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Aliens abducting AN-32 aircraft to heat wave theory, Indian television news media serves up conspiracies with elan
India

Aliens abducting AN-32 aircraft to heat wave theory, Indian television news media serves up conspiracies with elan

In the past few days, the excellent media has brought to us at least two extraordinary stories that would otherwise have remained hidden from us because of the bias of the remaining presstitutes in the (poorly) Paid Media, namely: that aliens had abducted the AN-32 aircraft of the Indian Air Force that went missing in Arunachal Pradesh; and that North India is terribly hot because of our enemies, the evil Pakistanis, who are causing hot weather here. They are clearly succeeding in this nefarious design because the temperature reached a hellish 48 degrees in the holy city of Delhi, where so many sages live.

Kejriwal attacks Modi govt: Over Rs 1,000 crore spent on ads for 2-year celebrations
Politics

Kejriwal attacks Modi govt: Over Rs 1,000 crore spent on ads for 2-year celebrations

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government for overexpenditure on advertisements marking the completion of the central government's two year in office.

From Dadri lynching to Muzaffarnagar: Here's how Digital India is WhatsApping, tweeting communal revolution
Politics

From Dadri lynching to Muzaffarnagar: Here's how Digital India is WhatsApping, tweeting communal revolution

It sounds medieval but the Dadri lynching too was powered by Whatsapp and social media.

AAP collects whopping Rs 50 lakh at Bangalore dinner
Politics

AAP collects whopping Rs 50 lakh at Bangalore dinner

The dinner, organised last night during Kejriwal's two-day visit to the city to drum-up support for the nascent party, was attended by around 200 people

Forget paid journos, beware the paid aam aadmi reviewer
Life

Forget paid journos, beware the paid aam aadmi reviewer

Online buying has always depended on the kindness of strangers. We trust the aam aadmi more than the paid reviewer. But should we?

Lame defence: Mallya blames 'paid media' for woes
Business

Lame defence: Mallya blames 'paid media' for woes

Mallya, in a bid to address the rising dissatisfaction of his employees ,assured them that he is trying to raise funds to pay their long -pending salaries.