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HUMOUR

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Arms Act, Salman Khan Verdict

Salman Khan is only guilty of being human, please

The number of verdicts, stays, appeals and rulings in the blackbuck, chinkara poaching cases are now too much for us to keep a track of.

HUMOUR

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The Times of India, Sex

That ToI story about '10 common mistakes women make in bed'

The author of that patronising piece is possibly a spotty schoolboy.

HUMOUR

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HUMOUR

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Castration, Rape Culture, Bangalore molestation

Once upon a time in Nidia, there was an emperor who made insane promises

One morning, the palace woke up to loud noises outside its giant gate, just off the well-guarded fortress.

HUMOUR

 |  BREAKING NEWS INTO PIECES |  3-minute read
Food porn

5 foods that should be banned in India

Indians with money will eat cat poo if it's sold on premium with toppings that sound exotic, hard to spell and impossible to pronounce.

HUMOUR

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Bangalore molestation, Sexual harassment, Misogyny, Abu Azmi

Letter of thanks to the disgraceful Abu Azmi

Who amongst us hasn't sexually assaulted someone at a party? How else is one supposed to bring in a new year?

HUMOUR

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Cricket, MS Dhoni

Why Dhoni resigned as captain out of the blue

Whether it's winning the 2007 World T-20 or the announcement to step down, his decisions have taken us all by storm and surprise.

HUMOUR

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National Anthem, India, Patriotism

I really hope Indians become more patriotic in 2017

Loving your country is all about entertainment, entertainment, entertainment!

HUMOUR

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Endearments, Shaad Ali, Ok Jaanu

OK Jaanu will flop. Because of its name

Some endearments are not particularly endearing to the masses, they aren't aspirational enough.

HUMOUR

 |  Angiography |  4-minute read
Pradesh, Akhilesh Yadav, Narendra Modi

Deep, dark family secrets of Narendra Modi and Akhilesh Yadav

One ensures his relatives are subjected to that thing affectionately called the ‘plight of the aam aadmi’, while the other insists on uprooting himself.