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Parodytimes: Short Stories

Shah Rukh Khan, known to be the bête noir of Aamir Khan, was reportedly excited when he heard that Aamir Khan has made it to the cover page of TIME magazine.

india Updated: Sep 02, 2012 08:48 IST

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SRK happy with Aamir’S COVER

Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan, known to be the bête noir of Aamir Khan, was reportedly excited when he heard that Aamir Khan has made it to the cover page of TIME magazine. He apparently asked a boy to immediately fetch a copy. However, he was a bit disappointed with what he saw. Sources say that SRK thought that Aamir was featured as part of “The Underachiever” series by the magazine.

Fairness cream for dogs causes outrage
Delhi: Animal Rights activist are up in arms against the latest product that is being called fairness cream for dogs. The product is being seen as a means to demean the self-respect of dogs with dark furs. Activists claim it shows that humans are foisting their own insecurities on dogs.

Research on beautiful women co-workers remains inconclusive
London:
A research carried out to ascertain the kind of effect good looking employees, especially women, have on their
co-workers has remained inconclusive. Half of the researchers claimed that it negatively impacted the productivity, similar to role of social networking websites at a workplace, while the rest found that the collective productivity increased. Half of the researchers were good looking, sources claim.

Olympic medals to bring down property agents
Haryana:
Sociologists and economists predict that Olympic medals won by athletes from Haryana will inspire the youth of the region to look beyond real estate as career options. Due to heavy construction work in Gurgaon, Faridabad and other areas, almost every youth of Haryana aspired to be a real estate agent. However, this could soon change, experts say.