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All the gossip and much more

other Updated: Sep 23, 2010 00:15 IST
HT Correspondent
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All the gossip and much more

With so much happening we couldn't resist sharing all the gossip with you. Well, desperate times call for desperate measures. We bring you the inside dope.

So what do we have in here? The Games Village has now become as famous as Delhi's Qutub Minar, thanks to the umpteen controversies and its ‘unlivable conditions’. Our source has more to add. Our very resourceful snoop spent a night at the Village. Lucky guy, you may think. But for him, he would rather stay in his bathroom than live at the Village for even a split second. Poor guy tells the story: He wanted to go the loo in the middle of the night. As he opens the washbasin's tap after relieving himself, he freaks out. "I see water flowing into my room. What the f***!" Sure he is hurt. The poor chap was also upset with the couch. The furniture had swollen due to water seepage. " Biggest problem of them all was that the LCD just didn't work!"

Now we don't know if the guy was planning to watch ‘Star Movies’ through the night but it surely dampened his spirits.

Sshhhhh koi hai…

Well, if our sources are to be believed, then apart from the Games officials, there are quite a few beautiful people who haunt the place a little too often. While an idiot might think that's got to do with spirits and ghosts, it's definitely not the case. It's about women! Hey, grow up!

Yeap, rumour has it, that while people are scrambling for their accredititation cards and making a beeline to get into the Village, there are some pretty women who stop by, stay a night, have 'fun' and leave the next morning.

He barged in!

The whole world knows about how the New Zealand chef de Mission, David Currie, strongly dislikes the Village. Apparently, he threw his weight around and insisted to stay in Tower 1,2, 3 —reserved for the Indian contingent.