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What was the reason that an almost-perfect looking team India surrendered to the Lankan lions in the WC finals, you ask? Here are 5 probable reasons why we feel India lost:
India is a tiger at home, and a bacterium abroad. After our embarrassing performances in South Africa and New Zealand, questions are being asked about whether our team is truly ready to play a cricket match anywhere outside the sub-continent. We think there is light at the end of the tunnel - we think that these 6 ideas will help India rise from the ashes and become a tiger everywhere.
We're so worried about his recent string of crazy activities that we think he might go too far soon. He might do one of these things, for instance:
Yesterday, Aamir Khan tweeted a picture that went viral – it had him along with Salman Khan seemingly taking a leak into some plants. We’re surprised the normally intellectual Aamir did something like this, and sure that Sallu Bhai is sitting embarrassed somewhere. Here are the next few celebs we think Aamir will embarrass on Twitter, and how:
2014 is going to be a fun year. No pundit is 100% sure about what exactly will happen in the elections, and what role AAP will play in all this. We think that Kejriwal has a lot of promise, but also some key weaknesses that will lead to his downfall.
All the media has been talking about for the past few days is Arvind Kejriwal’s latest protest to integrate the Delhi police with the Delhi government. However, while most people are discussing the new government, the run-ins with the Congress, and joining AAP as a guaranteed weight-losing strategy, the LOL-ster is going to tell you why AAP’s protest is just like our favourite game ever, Super Mario Bros:
It is time! After more than a year, we’re going to see our favourite action hero, Salman Khan, on screen in theatres this week. It’s also a comeback of sorts of one of our favourite actresses from the 90’s, Tabu. And a movie about the common man coming during the whole Aam Aadmi Party publicity blaze?