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The Congress party has been trying every trick in the book to stop the Narendra Modi juggernaut ahead of the 2014 Lok Sabha polls. However, none of them seem to be working, with Modi’s popularity steadily increasing. There is, however, one way in which the Congress party would be able to defeat Modi by a [...]

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Thousands of AAP topi sporting, jhadu wielding AAP activists took out processions in various urban pockets across the country, exhorting people not to spread falsehoods and mislead others on April Fools Day. Raising anti April Fools slogans such as “only truth, no fool”, “make April Fools Day a day of truth”, AAP activists peacefully picketed [...]

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Yogendra Yadav is different things to different people. He becomes Salim in Mewat only to switch to a pseudo accent in Guragon’s malls. He is, in his own words, neither a socialist nor a capitalist, standing for a new kind of politics, one of more reservations, more nationalization etc (these are fresh ideas that socialists [...]

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A Young Turk in the Congress, enjoying considerable popularity with the masses and the intelligentsia alike, has challenged the leadership of the Nehru-Gandhis and staked his claim to the post of Congress President. Such a development is unprecedented in the history of India’s grand old party which has been under the sway of the Gandhis [...]

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In a path breaking decision, the Supreme Court on last Monday asked the Indian government to withdraw all orders making Aadhaar or the unique identification (UID) number mandatory for residents. Also, earlier in January, bowing to political pressure and hue and cry from common citizens, the Indian government had put on hold its scheme to transfer [...]

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Satirists and humorists may find it satisfying to make people laugh with their creative pieces, but a new study reveals that satirists lose a quantum of hair each time they post something funny. The study covered a few popular satirists / humorists in India. A good example is The UnReal Times columnist Ashwin Kumar, who [...]

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AAP is all set to foray into commercial enterprises by launching Aam Aadmi airlines, a service dedicated to the needs of the aam aadmi who feels a tinge of guilt and a pinch of the pocket when he takes a flight but is also secretly ashamed to take a train. The AAP executive council has tapped [...]

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Vladimir Putin, the indomitably charming and age-defying President of Russia (plus shirtless fishing veteran, dolphin swimmer, horse rider, savior of baby birds, freelance archaeological diver, and the current rockstar on the international political circuit) has been appointed as the chief strategic consultant for India in order to bring a once-for-all end to the Kashmir issue. [...]

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Cometh the hour, cometh the man. Ishant Sharma has been re-inducted into Team India at the behest of the its batsmen. The lanky pacer’s absence from the squad in the ongoing T-20 world cup has been sorely felt, what with the Indian bowlers restricting the opposition to sub-par scores in the 130s, and even bagging [...]

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Continuing its tradition of fielding candidates who will attract media attention and give a strong fight to their opponents, AAP has decided to field pop singer Mika Singh against actor, model item girl Rakhi Sawant who recently announced her candidature from Mumbai North West. The party took this decision after getting pissed off by other politicians who keep [...]

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