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Dear Indian Youth of all Hues and Shades, There’s nothing to suggest that I’m qualified to write a letter to you other than the fact I too was young like you once upon a time and now suffer from a delusion of grandeur which makes me believe that I can write letters to millions of [...]

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In a seminal contribution to the literature of political science, two researchers at Harvard have come up with a new finding that the best government India can ever dream of is that headed by Vodafone Zoozoos. This postulation followed from massive survey of half a million Indian citizens, in which 70% of the participants chose [...]

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Congress spokesperson Sanjay Jha in this guest-column for The UnReal Times compares Robert Vadra with Narendra Modi and demonstrates in his inimitable, perspicuous manner why the Nehru-Gandhi jamai raja will make a far better PM candidate then the Gujarat CM ever can: Dimension Robert vs Namo Verdict Meritocratic Rise Narendra Modi may have risen from a humble [...]

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After 163 years of glorious service, the telegraph has been laid to rest. Its final days witnessed frenetic activity as  stalwarts from different walks of life wired their final messages. We bring you the best ones which will be preserved for posterity in the National Museum of Archives: Major blow to Modi as Telegram comes [...]

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Gopinath Munde, who had declared boldly that black money could be excluded only by state funding of election expenditure by parties, has now asked for state funding for pocket combs. In an exclusive interview with Unreal Times, he explained the rationale behind his demand. Following is the transcript of the interview: Reporter: Sir, why do [...]

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Everyone wants to be secular these days. The newspapers are full of important people who are anxious to let everyone know how important it is to be secular. “The minorities are such a maligned lot. They cannot take care of themselves. It is up to us – the enlightened majority, to take care of them. [...]

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In what is being called a challenge to conventional free speech principles, a study performed by scientists from the Indian Institute of Science has concluded that the nation will be “significantly better off” if 82 percent of its citizens stopped having opinions with immediate effect. “We tested a large number of people across a wide [...]

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In what is being described as an incident that made even Prime Minister Manmohan Singh shriek in happiness and utter more than the two words “Theek hai”, the Indian Mujahideen has tweeted that it plans to leave India soon as they find the environment here too challenging. Al Jajera Khan, The UnReal Times reporter, managed [...]

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In what should bring cheer to secular proponents in India, a Mumbai based mathematician Mr. Laloo Prasad Kumar is on the verge of unveiling what he calls the “the grand unified Modi theory.” Our associate What Ho! caught up with Mr. Kumar to get the inside scoop on his cutting edge research which he threatens [...]

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In a shocking incident that has brought the Indian legal system to its knees, family of an ‘alleged’ terrorist Mohsin Bhatkal, who was recently killed in an encounter, sued the Home Ministry for not confirming that he is a real terrorist. “I did not raise an ‘alleged’ terrorist” said an emotional Parveen Bhatkal, mother of [...]

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