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India Takes Extreme Measures to Handle Drought ASSOCIATED PRESS, ABC NEWS, et al
'The marriage went off very well. We hope that now the rains will finally come. The region is absolutely parched and we need rain. We didn't know what else to do.'
In Punjab, You Say? Pity.
So, now we know: the reason why nothing is being done about justice re 1984 is that no cows were victimized during the anti-Sikh pogroms!
An Encyclopaedia of India's Scandals I.S. DHUPIA
In 1948, for example, there was one scandal reported - involving US $159,600. In 2012 so far - with a mere 4 months gone by - the encyclopaedia lists 23 clusters of scandals.
Dragged Kicking & Screaming Into The Modern World by PRABHJOT SINGH
The test started in the presence of all of my newsroom colleagues who had assembled in the News Editor’s room to see the “miracle” machine.
The Inquisition by T. SHER SINGH
The School Inspector was greeted by the School Superintendent, the Head Master, the Head Parent, the Temple Priest and the region's Member of Parliament.
Finally, It Is Here!
A Pill That Cures Racism
A common heart disease drug may have the unusual side-effect of combating racism, a new study suggests. So ... what are we waiting for?
Definitely Not Said In Indian Courts
These exchanges are from a book called "Disorder in The American Courts" and are things people actually said in court, word for word, taken down and published by court reporters.
Outsourcing Christmas To Mohali
Hoping to reduce the hefty annual cost of The Twelve Days of Christmas, a U.S. Congress aide came up with the idea of outsourcing it all to Mohali in Punjab.
Draw Your Own Conclusions PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
A report by the National Crime Record Bureau points out that last year, 69.2% of those who committed suicide were married, and 22.8% were unmarried.
Planning To Get Married? Hire A Detective, Check Out Your Mother-in-Law by RAJINI VAIDYANATHAN
"We study the mother-in-law. How many times does she get angry ... how many times does she go shopping ...?"