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Succumbing to the inevitable, schools in the United States of America have decided to put a full stop to the use of the full stop and other punctuation marks, and have them all replaced with the word “like”. “This was bound to happen soon. Punctuation marks have lost their purpose in the language. Everyone’s just [...]

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Press Information Bureau, Government of India The Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi, has conveyed his sincere concern to US President Barack Obama over the continuing communal violence in the US state of Missouri. In a message to the President, the Prime Minister has said, “On behalf of the Indian government, I wish to [...]

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Brazil in order to attend the BRICS summit 2014 grabbed a lot of eyeballs from all over India, as expected, with many going to the extent of discussing even Modi’s wrinkled pants at the event. However, since The UnReal Times is not The Times of India, our correspondent Atul [...]

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Rahul, a confused Indian youngster visited the Bangalore Aquarium this morning with a unique request – he wanted the residing Octopus to choose between Israel and Palestine in their ongoing conflict so that he can take side with one of the countries. ”All these days on Twitter it was easy, yaar,” Rahul told The UnReal Times. [...]

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It was an evening that German footballer Mario Gotze would cherish for the rest of his life, scoring the winning goal for his country during the second half of extra time. German supporters all over India erupted in celebrations and Gotze’s Gmail Inbox witnessed a flood of laudatory emails. The UnReal Times correspondent Lionel Jassi [...]

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The 46 Indian nurses who were released from ISIS captivity in Iraq have been so rattled by the barrage of questions from the media that greeted them upon setting foot on Indian soil that they have requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to deport them back to Mosul where the ISIS let them live in relative [...]

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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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