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George Bush and Sarah Palin have demanded an injunction order against the Indian public from using terms like ‘Rahul Gandhi is the Sarah Palin or the George Bush of India’ in the wake of Rahul’s recent interview to Arnab Goswami. Dubya said he’s been called many unkind things but to be bracketed to the Nehru-Gandhi [...]

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Hours after a terrified Salman Khan saw Taher Shah running towards him and hugged Shahrukh in panic, the Duchess of Cambridge went into the world’s most awaited labour, at St Mary’s hospital.  Meanwhile, Britain saw its biggest Labour party right outside the hospital. It mostly comprised of eagerly waiting news anchors and cameramen who hadn’t shaved [...]

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In a sensational late night development, the Delhi Police formally arrested the visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang for his role in a spot-fixing scandal that nearly ended up derailing Indo-China relations. Around midnight, a special squad of the Delhi Police intercepted the official car of the Chinese Embassy, which they had been tailing for an [...]

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Despite the sizzling heat in the national capital, Chinese premier, Li Keqiang, received a frosty reception at the hands of Dr. Manmohan Singh, who these days sports a permanent scowl. However, Li Keqiang, in a deft diplomatic maneuver, managed to carve a niche for himself in Dr. Singh’s heart, leading to a thaw in Sino-Indian [...]

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The Indian government has many cards up its sleeve in dealing with the Italian government’s duplicity. Sonia Gandhi, who is acutely embarrassed with the shenanigans of her fellow countrymen, has personally directed the top brass of her government to come up with options to hold the Italian government’s feet to fire. Our source in the UPA was [...]

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The dispute between Italy and India over which country has jurisdiction to try the Italian marines for killing two Indian fishermen off the Kerala coast could be resolved amicably under the terms of a British proposal under which the marines will be prosecuted under British law. Since the Indian Penal Code was drafted in 1860 [...]

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Indian leaders are still reeling under the shock of the Italian govt’s duplicity, ironical as it sounds. For once, Sonia provided valuable insights to the government in dealing with her fellow countrymen: (Thanks to @india_review for wisecracks 1,2)

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In a major embarrassment to the Indian government, Italy has reneged on its promise of sending back the two marines charged with killing of two fishermen off the coast of Kerala, to face trial. How did the government react to this breach of trust? Special correspondent Atul Baskarbe brings you the story in pictures:   [...]

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British Prime Minister, David Cameron, is currently on a three-day business trip to India. He has been keeping a diary of his action-packed itinerary, which he was kind enough to share with The Unreal Times, in the interests of students of history. Here are excerpts of his seminal trip to the subcontinent: Day 1 New [...]

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In the most unexpected coup of sorts, the reclusive and cherubic North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un agreed to grant an exclusive interview to The Unreal Times at his residence in Pyongyang, North Korea, touching upon the various aspects of his rule and daily life in the most secluded country in the world. However, The Unreal [...]

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