Delhi’s police on the other hand are taking a breather from tackling crime and addressing the issue of water conservation rather seriously. No, they have not stopped taking their bath in a bid to save water but are spending sleepless nights over a missing tap. And this is no ordinary tap but a VIP tap belonging Bhakta Charan Das, a Lok Sabha MP. Two persons have already been taken into custody and booked under an array of befuddling sections (380, 422 and 34 to be precise). Tapping into crime has never been easy.
Our netas maybe objects of ridicule for most of us, but are much in demand for their gyaan in foreign universities. First it was our very own scam tainted, Lalu Prasad Yadav delivering lectures at the MIT, Harvard and Wharton Business schools. Now it’s our Didi from Oest Bengal, Mamata Banerjee who has been invited by Cambridge to delibhaar a lecture on her political struggle at Nandigram. Saying Tata to Tata Da is paying rich dividends, it seems. But I do have a pertinent query- who will showcase the struggle of her hapless audience? After all, bhaat Didi speaks, only the brave can comprehend!
And next time when someone tries to bug you with a “what came first, the chicken or the egg?” you can give them a research backed response. A team from University of Sheffield and University of Warwick has cracked this greatest mystery that has tormented us for ages and discovered, it is the chicken that came first. Did people actually believe there could be an egg without the Mom?
Scientists in Japan not wanting to be left behind have made an innovation that will revolutionize lifestyle across Asia or so they think – the world’s first rice cooker that can turn grains of rice into a loaf of bread in mere four hours. This comes close on the heels of Triumph’s path breaking grow-your-own-rice bra.
Just a peek into the future – You get back home, after attending a lecture by Bhakta Charan Das on water conservation and importance of taps at the Oxford University, you are starving and take out a fresh batch of rice from you know where, pour it in the magical GOPAN rice cooker and while you wait for your rice to turn to bread you engage your octo-pet in a game of Sudoku. Our future is rosy indeed.