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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:
We just heard about a very public Twitter spat between Sherlyn Chopra and the director of Kamasutra 3D, Rupesh Paul. While we are so sure that this Twitter war
We should have known that no film with initials close to that of KRK can be good. Karle Pyaar Karle is bad enough for you to swear off love for ever, if you just watch the film.
Recently, the chief of the censor board, Pankaja Thakur, was replaced by a well-qualified successor, Rakesh Kumar, who previously was an employee of the Indian Railways. Kumar has, in a recent interview, said he is here to "clean up Bollywood" of violence, cuss words, vulgarity, and "too much love". Who does he think he is, Alok Nath?
Nearly half a year after BJP pinned its colours to the NaMo masthead, the Congress still seems to be undecided on its PM candidate. An announcement is very near - Sonia Gandhi promised that they would identify their candidate soon - but there's still no sign of the real shahzada. And there are rumours that it might not be RaGa, after all.