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Self proclaimed management guru cum economist cum philosopher, Dr Arindam Chaudhuri has been asked to present his ‘alternate budget for Rahul’ on Monday after the Finance Minister’s official version got a thumbs down from the polity, the punditocracy, and even the aam aadmi. While experts on television studios termed it a timid and vision-less budget [...]

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In what is considered to be the biggest such event in the history of civilization, it has been revealed that the UPA government, supposedly elected to office in 2009 does not exist at all, and that their supposed governance over the last three years is in fact an elaborate hoax engineered by top Congress leaders. [...]

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The dreaded foreign hand which Prime Minister Manmohan Singh referred to that has been hampering with the development and progress in India was found late last night in the Chandni Chowk area by a local halwai named Chaganlal Chaddha. The hand was handed over the Prime Minister this morning and the PMO has announced that [...]

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The first day of Parliament’s budget session was disrupted and adjourned indefinitely after a Rajya Sabha MP, Mr. Valethom Ipi, who represents Jharkand in the Council of States, lost bowel control and began to flatulate incessantly. Mr. Ipi’s bout of indigestion began innocuously enough in the form of mild rumblings during the President’s address to [...]

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Dablu Kumar Jatav, a migrant labourer from Eastern UP and aspiring political leader, has embarked on a padyatra through Lutyens Delhi, the VVIP enclave in the heart of the nation’s capital that houses Union Ministers, MPs and national leaders. Dablu, through his march, seeks to understand the unique problems afflicting India’s high and mighty and [...]

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Dr. Manmohan Singh did India proud by bagging the Oscar for Lifetime Achievement for acting as the Prime Minister of India from 2004 to present. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science said Dr. Singh’s Irving Thalberg Memorial Award was given to “a mild mannered and soft-spoken economist whose body language reflects a steadfast [...]

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Chennai based RTI activist, Kodanda Raman, has filed an RTI petition demanding to hear the Prime Minister’s voice. The PMO has confirmed receipt of the application but has declined to affirm whether it intends to comply with the request. “We need to examine whether any public interest is served in furnishing Dr. Singh’s voice samples, which [...]

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After coming up with the world’s cheapest tablet, Aakash, the HRD ministry has announced the launch of yet another hi-tech innovation for the bottom of the pyramid – the poor man’s smartphone, tentatively nicknamed ‘Paataal’, which is expected to give Apple’s iPhone 4S a run for its money. At the heart of Paataal’s technological sophistication [...]

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Bihar may not have a franchise in the cash rich IPL but it may do one better by launching its own T-20 tournament called the Bihar Premier League (BPL). The initiative comes in the wake of the Bangladesh cricket board successfully hosting its own T-20 tournament, the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL again). The Nitish Kumar [...]

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The Union Government today welcomed the SC judgment to scrap the 122 licenses issued in 2008 and re-issue licenses using an auction based mechanism. It has now approached Lalit Modi to head a new statutory body, ITL (Indian Tamasha Telecom League), which will oversee the auction of 2G spectrum to interested franchises based on competitive [...]

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