Monthly Archives: July 2006

India’s top cosmetic surgeon to fix PMO mole

New Delhi (T2N2) Relenting to BJP leader Jaswant Singh’s demands on the mole in the PMO, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said he has hired the country’s top cosmetic surgeon Dr Sudhakar Prasad to cut away the congenital eyesore. “Jaswant … Continue reading

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Hollywood offer may solve NKorean stand-off

United Nations (T2N2) Although North Korea has rejected a UN resolution condemning its missile launches, officials reveal a Hollywood deal might just smoothen things out. North Korea has apparently requested the US to consider giving South Korean actor Cha In … Continue reading

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But Head-Butt Kyon Kiya?

Well, we solved the mystery. Matterazi asked Zidane – “Hum Chlormint Kyu Khaate Hai?” Update Some Chinese guy has gone and registered Zidane’s notorious headbutt as a trademark. More here

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But Head-Butt Kyon Kiya?

Well, we solved the mystery. Matterazi asked Zidane – “Hum Chlormint Kyu Khaate Hai?” Update Some Chinese guy has gone and registered Zidane’s notorious headbutt as a trademark. More here

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Aliens watched World Cup too

At least that’s what The Times of India wants you to believe. Its July 11 editorial says that 32 billion people watched the 2006 World Cup. Now, since the earth’s population is only around six billion, I assume the daily … Continue reading

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Aliens watched World Cup too

At least that’s what The Times of India wants you to believe. Its July 11 editorial says that 32 billion people watched the 2006 World Cup. Now, since the earth’s population is only around six billion, I assume the daily … Continue reading

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Americans stumped by World Cup football

New York (T2N2) Claims that the 2006 World Cup final between Italy and France was watched by millions in the US may be hogwash, says a new survey. A Bemakch firm survey reveals that 67 per cent of Americans did … Continue reading

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