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Arvind Kejriwal was spotted in the wee hours of dawn yesterday, lovingly holding a iPhone 6 plus in one hand and peering at it with glee. The news has sent shock waves through AAP ranks. “This is even more shocking than Kejri sir initially moving into a fancy five bedroom duplex apartment,” one AAP activist [...]

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Spamming Upcoming author and former CNN-IBN editor-in-chief Rajdeep Sardesai has charmed the Apple family, by developing the first-of-its-kind “Moral Compass” app for the company’s newly launched iPhone6. “I’ve been one of the most respected and admired journalists for 25 years,” Rajdeep told reporters at a grand launch of his app, presided over by dear friend and [...]

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Despite widening financial losses, decreasing volume of Twitter activity worldwide and advertisers questioning its efficacy in delivering value for advertising spend, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo said Twitter’s best days are ahead of it thanks to the near messianic intensity of AAP’s cyber warriors on the micro-blogging site. AAP affiliated tweets now constitute 30% of content [...]

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Dronacharya was a reputed teacher in the Hastinapur Institute of Technology. Despite being widely respected, and being responsible for shaping the youth of the province, he was rather underpaid. He did get a good teaching offer from the US, but the posting was in Pakistan, so Dronacharya politely declined, for he did not want a [...]

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Internet is known for all kinds of crazy petitions. However, a recent online petition by an IT engineer asking Facebook to bar married men from praising wife’s cooking skills has found massive support among the netizens. The UnReal Times reporter Nikhil Pagle interviewed the petitioner Mr. Prem Kumar to understand his motives. Mr. Kumar narrated [...]

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WWE wrestling legend, The Undertaker, joined the Aam Aadmi Party, moments after it was brought to light that a ‘dead’ member of the party was found alive in Bangalore City. The 7-foot giant, who walked in to the AAP office in New Delhi, in his characteristic style, removed his black hat and was presented with [...]

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A large number of parents in Bangalore, mothers in particular, have instructed their children to call them up after crossing the Nayandahalli signal safely. The trend has taken root in the wake of the Nayandahalli signal becoming a vortex of chaos and accidents. “Earlier, I used to ask my daughter to give me a call [...]

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Liquor and Airline baron Vijay Mallya today kick-started the “KFA Beer Bucket Challenge” in an attempt to raise funds for the cash starved Kingfisher Airlines. Modeled along the lines of the hugely popular ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Mallya is confident of replicating its success. Launching the campaign at his office in UB City, Bangalore, Mallya [...]

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With major celebrities all over the world participating in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, superstars of the Tennis world couldn’t be far behind. The UnReal Times Tennis correspondent Sujay Amritraj brings you this exclusive report on how these stars took the Ice Bucket challenge in their own inimitable styles. 1. Rafael Nadal: All set in his [...]

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Abhishek Ratanpal, a 27 year old engineer from Delhi, was rushed to the emergency center of Apollo Hospitals today, after he logged in to IRCTC to book a tatkal ticket, and went into shock when the legendary railway ticket reservation portal completed the booking process in 30 seconds flat. “It was all so sudden,” said [...]

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