1. When an Indian politician states that something is possible, he almost certainly has a conflict of interest. When he states that something is impossible, he is very probably not getting a cut
2. The only way of discovering the limits of what is possible in India is to venture a little way past them using RTI
3. Any sufficiently depraved country is morally indistinguishable from India.
Adapted from Arthur C Clarke’s Three Laws with contributions from @techrsr
Srini has a point. Arnab’s nation demands too many things
TimesNow unleashed this to explain IPL matchfixing
But as you can see, it’s thoroughly incomplete. Here’s the complete one
If you need a Siri screenshot for your corporate presentations, kindly use this. Thanks and Regards and Please Revert Back With Concerns If Any
Last week, I was stuck in an unholy traffic jam near Madhya Kailash whose root cause, as I found out after trudging 100 metres in about 30 mins, was an auto trying to get through a small gap in the median to get to a point across the road ON THE WRONG SIDE OF THE TRAFFIC. He also managed to dent the bumper of a Toyota Landcruiser in the process and took a further 10 minutes letting the Toyota driver know who the boss was.
It struck me that Chennai autos can go anywhere in the world.
On the Champs-Élysées
Frodo and Sam might have had apprehensions about sneaking through this gate, but..
And Gandalf should have really warned his troops about this as Helm’s Deep
Do the bulls of Pamplona understand who the real McKaalai is?
They can also alleviate the boredom of watching Pratibha Patil salute for hours
So we know the chap at Tiananmen square, but surely, have you wondered how get got there? A bit extra over the meter might’ve been charged, methinks, for the risk involved
Disclaimer: The turning of someone into a meme does not indicate disrespect for the person. It indicates nothing more than a desire to play around with Photoshop and show off one’s skills to the internetz. If you still get outraged, @atlasdanced is the man. This was his idea. Don’t shoot the photoshop coolie
On popular demand, here’s more of Michelangelo’s God going about his life in India