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The Censor Board of India has ordered India’s premier entertainment news channel, Times Now, to compulsorily put a statutory warning against drinking on TV screens whenever a panelist is seen sipping whisky from his glass. “Earlier, there were stray incidents, with one or two folks like Ram Jethmalani consuming alcohol once in a while, but with [...]

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The idyllic island vacation hot spot of Bahamas was struck by a very mild earthquake (that failed to register on the Richter scale) early this morning, causing no casualties. The Unreal Times global weather reporter, Gale Merryweather, who happened to be vacationing on the sun-kissed island, was able to confirm with confidence that the Atlantic [...]

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Social media was flooded with selfies of enthusiastic voters yesterday who exercised their franchise in the third phase of the ongoing General Elections 2014. Mainstream media houses were quick to piggyback on this trend, and duly responded with compilations of such selfies to meet their daily quota of articles. Since The UnReal Times is no [...]

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Liberals alleged that Modi has systematically delegitimized child marriage by personal example. In a deeply conspiratorial tone, an eminent liberal proclaimed that this is first time that Modi’s child marriage had been acknowledged by him. Liberals have accused Modi of destroying the institutional fabric of child marriage. Taking a firm view of the sanctity of [...]

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It was a dazzling dance of democracy as voters in 91 seats across UP, Delhi, Bihar, Chhattisgarh and Kerala lined up to vote even as leaders went into overdrive to fire their respective bases: (Last line: This is a victory of the people of the country)

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As part of a last ditch effort to get people to vote in greater numbers, the Election Commission has kickstarted a novel campaign with the central message being: “lakhs of Bangladeshis will be voting for an Indian government of their choice today. So why can’t you? If they are so concerned about their adopted country, [...]

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SP leader Azam Khan lambasted Indian captain MS Dhoni, noting that the exclusion of Mohammed Shami from the team cost India this year’s T-20 World Cup. “Just as Muslims won the Kargil war for India, Muslims also won the 2007 T-20 and 2011 World cups for us. Who can forget the exploits of Zaheer Khan [...]

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Arvind Kejriwal has been assaulted yet again, this time by himself. The dastardly act happened when Kerjiwal was addressing a gathering in South Delhi. Even as stunned AAP activists looked on, Kejriwal suddenly slapped himself, saying he feels very disappointed with himself. Kejriwal was quick to dissuade his stunned aides from taking the law into [...]

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As part of its commitment to ‘more governance, less government’, the BJP manifesto has promised to privatize unofficial government mouthpieces such as NDTV and CNN-IBN, thereby reducing the burden on the exchequer. Both IBN and NDTV are viewed as quasi PSU bodies in pursuit of vaguely defined public goals that take pride in PSU like [...]

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The Supreme One, it seems, has had enough. After being slapped, for the second time, by a disgruntled auto rickshaw driver, Arvind Kejriwal once again brushed off suggestions that he accept security, declaring that God will protect him. The Almighty then took to Twitter to express His frustration, and directed a series of tweets at the [...]

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