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Hindustan Times  New Delhi, September 02, 2012
First Published: 10:39 IST(2/9/2012) | Last Updated: 10:54 IST(2/9/2012)

The contents of this page were created by Rahul Roushan, founder-editor of Faking News, a leading Indian news satire website. This is a parody of a frontpage of Hindustan Times and is done with a belief that the authorities will accommodate parody and humour in the right spirit and not block Hindustan Times instead!

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Samsung not Apple copy: Chinese copycats

Local Chinese manufacturers, experts at copying major brands of the world, have confirmed that Samsung didn’t copy Apple. Read more

1984 rioters secretly meet 2002 rioters

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Super bored with his new job, the President of India Pranab Mukherjee is reportedly waiting for Kasab’s mercy petition to arrive at his desk, so that he has some work to do. “His highness has almost been jobless ever since he hosted parties for political leaders, where BJP leaders complained of being insulted,” a close aide of President Pranab revealed. Read more

PM attended parody of NAM summit

Already bugged by parody Twitter accounts, the Prime Minister’s Office now finds that the NAM summit, which the PM attended in Iran earlier this week, was a parody of itself. “The whole idea of NAM after the end of cold-war is a parody in itself,” an expert claimed, “And that too a summit hosted in Iran, which is often seen as the enemy number one of USA! You can’t be non-aligned if you are either with the USA or Iran.” Read more

Parliament to rent out premises

With the Parliament being adjourned every day without work, the government has decided to make use of such prime real-estate property by renting it out to those who want to do some business inside. “Small entrepreneurs currently go to cafes for business meetings. They can instead use parliament premises,” Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pawar Kumar Bansal informed. Read more


No Tatkal tickets booked, despite IRCTC site hacking

A group of hackers tried to break into the IRCTC website to book Tatkal ticket but yet failed, according to news reports. This has raised serious doubts if the website is at all designed to book Tatkal tickets. Read more

 


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