I am an Indian politician. I have been an MLA for eight terms from the Hindi heartland of the country, from the so-called cow belt which also has many buffaloes and other ungulates that produce milk and can be eaten. I have been a member of many parties schooled in principles of socialism. Taking the… Continue reading Faux Post: Confessions of an Indian Prime Ministerial Candidate
The Oxford Dictionary have revised their announcement for the ‘Word of the Year’. Earlier, in a quirky turn, the staff at Oxford Dictionary had chosen an ‘emoji’ for this prestigious award, indicating how central emojis have become to language. However, the decision was not welcomed by the majority, and purists were up in arms against… Continue reading Faux Post: Word of the Year
In a strange turn of events, Arvind Kejriwal became critical of everything, not letting even his own party go by. People with knowledge of the matter said it was a hangover from his movie review frenzy. Having run out of movies to review recently, he has now turned his reviewing skills towards other things. What… Continue reading Faux Post: Tired of reviewing movies, Kejriwal starts reviewing everything under the sun
The Congress is becoming nervous ahead of the Bihar polls. This was clear when they asked the EC to take ‘Mann ki Baat’- the radio programme of the Prime Minister aired on Sundays-off air. The EC refused to comply with the request, but a dogged Congress has identified other avenues through which they feel BJP… Continue reading Faux Post : Congress reveals psychological campaigning methods employed by BJP, appeals to EC
In a path-breaking development, detergent brands have started sponsoring political parties in India. Corporate funding to Indian parties has always been clandestine. While industrial heavyweights in the US have been open about their political donations, such a thing was never thought to have been possible here, until now. It all started after a speech by… Continue reading Faux Post Breaking News: AAP secures speech sponsorship from Tide, sparks detergent-funding rage
Trinamool Congress Party (TMC) today declared that they would send a three member team to the Kanha-Pench corridor that the Central government has decided to widen. The three member team comprises Derek O’Brien, Abhishek Banerjee- the nephew of the TMC supremo and President of All India Trinamool Youth Congress, and Dr. Sudarshan Ghosh Dastidar, Minister-in-Charge,… Continue reading Faux Post: Trinamool Congress to visit Kanha-Pench corridor to show solidarity with tigers
Indian steel companies worship Superman in a last ditch effort to arrest falling prices of steel. Disney has dismissed this as a cheap gimmick for promoting 'Dawn of Justice'.