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Taking time off from a hectic, high-octane election campaign, Indian politicians cooled their heels at tech parks in the IT City of Bangalore and took the opportunity to enhance their technical skills by writing C++ programs. One such program that our netas tried was to compare 2 strings. How did their code look like? The UnReal [...]

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New Zealand’s premier cricket broadcasting channel Sky Sport has come in for severe criticism from India’s Aam Aadmi Party leader and noted psephologist Yogendra Yadav, for not backing up its Winning and Score Predictor (WASP) results with raw data. The WASP, which made headlines and climbed up Twitter trends, dynamically calculates the probability of a [...]

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In the wake of the electoral rout and strong anti-Congress wave sweeping across India – Mizoram may possibly be the honorable exception – Rahul Gandhi launched a mobile application ‘India 50+’, which sets the stretch goal of India’s grand old party achieving the magic figure of 50 Lok Sabha seats in the upcoming general elections. [...]

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Finnish software start-up Crowd Tech just released a new Mozilla Firefox add-on that enables users to detect any articles with an opinion against Mr.Narendra Modi and automatically generates and posts a comment against the author after calling them “paid media”, while offering other customizable abuses. The announcement took the social media circles by storm. Most [...]

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With millions worldwide getting their hands on the newly launched multi-platform BBM app and flooding social media with their BBM pins, Indian politicians and celebrities couldn’t be far behind. The UnReal Times correspondent Rajniti Sarkarwala exclusively brings you the special 9 character BBM pins of some of them: Rahul Gandhi 59PT5KMPS Justice Katju 90PCF00L5 Himesh [...]

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In the wake of DRS’ dodgy performance exacerbated by Dharmasena’s howlers during the recently concluded Ashes, it is reliably learnt that ICC is looking to fine tune the technology underlying the decision review system to make it 99.99% error free in normal situations (and 60% error free in case of Dharmasena). Accordingly, they have taken [...]

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Google Inc has requested the UPA to refrain from launching yet another scheme named after Shri Rajiv Gandhi. The request comes in the wake of mounting speculation that the Food Security Bill may be named after the late leader, thereby adding to the kitty of the thousand and odd central schemes named after one of [...]

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Disclaimer: For Object Oriented Programming aficionados :) Alok Themka, a Bangalore-based software engineer working at Infosys, was in for a different kind of code review today, when workers allegedly from Congress barged into his cubicle and demanded that he modify the definition of his C++ class ‘India’ by making ‘Vadra’ a private member, instead of [...]

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After Dharmasena, the Third Umpire for the ongoing 3rd Ashes Test, failed to see the yawning two and half mile gap between bat and ball even in super-slow mo while reviewing Khawaja’s erroneous dismissal, the ICC has decided to institute DRS for DRS to minimize not just on-field umpiring errors but also third umpire howlers. “We [...]

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In a stunning breakthrough of gargantuan proportions, DRDO has unveiled the world’s first secular robot. Powered by ‘dynamic secularisation’  technology, the robot, rather than blindly following the accepted definitions of secularism, adapts to the fast changing secular equations in India by parsing the secular utterances of leaders like L K Advani, Nitish Kumar, Jagdish Tytler, [...]

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