In a development greeted enthusiastically by chickens across the world, Pakistan witnessed massive riots after KFC closed down all outlets on Love The Prophet Day. The Pakistan government had declared … Continue reading
In a move hailed by the government, the government has clarified that the recent controversy over Foreign Direct Investment was the result of a typographical error. “It was all a … Continue reading
If you cremate them, they can’t spin in their graves.
Deceased Italian dictator Benito Mussolini is rumoured to have been in the vicinity of Race Course Road yesterday afternoon, as valiant police officers fought to protect Sonia Gandhi from hordes … Continue reading
No one knows what this hat is. Probably it’s a Bollywood hat. Traditionally, Bollywood hats are worn by those whose ancestors were producers or actors in the Bombay film industry. … Continue reading
Dear Uncle, My neighbour has purchased a Harley-Davidson. I am apprehensive. Can you give any suggestion? Sashi Kant, Ghaziabad Dear Sashi, You have forgotten to mention whether your … Continue reading
Congress leader Jagdish Tytler has clarified that he has been the victim of a simple misunderstanding. Mr. Tytler is best known for not having anything to do with the massacre … Continue reading
Strong evidence has emerged that the King of Pop has manifested once more as Pappu Pramanik, a 2-year old resident of Patpargunj. “He keeps grabbing his crotch,” said his proud … Continue reading
In a move likely to boost floriculture in West Bengal, Bengal Supremo Mamata Banerjee has made it compulsory for people to throw flowers at her at all public meetings. This … Continue reading
Big Red Flashie Light Mama, can we get the car A big, red, flashie light? Flish! Flash! The light will go Such a pretty sight If police are on the … Continue reading
In a move that has elated chickens across India, the Sakahari Sena has liberated a Chinese restaurant in Central Delhi. The Sakahari Sena, or Vegetarian Defense League (popularly known as … Continue reading
Traffic in Bangalore was severely disrupted this morning, after a queue of eager mental health professionals formed outside the residence of airline and liquor magnate Vijay Mallya. Mr. Mallya has … Continue reading
The Sedition Law was a gift from the British government of India to the Indian government of India. Early one morning, just before Independence, the two of them were sitting … Continue reading
In a move hailed by sex offenders across the nation, the Haryana Police have promised full co-operation to multi-millionaire former shoe shop owner Gopal Kanda. Mr. Kanda faced a national … Continue reading
Bengal supremo Mamta Banerjee demonstrates the ‘Mobile Dance’, a traditional Bengali folk dance performed to welcome the advent of new models.