Indian students flock to China
Why? What is with China trying to be America? First they try to take over the world, then they start calling themselves superpowers and now they are initiating their own brand of Brain Drain….

US recession coming, India story heads for grim chapter
You mean it gets grim(er)? What with a turbaned jellyfish, an Italian maniac, the schizophrenic left and an incompetent right as our only means of salvation. Oh, and not to mention the fact that everybody going nuclear is going to make the world go ‘Ka-BOOM!!’ sooner or later…yeah…grim.

Mom’s the best critic for Soha Ali Khan
We aren’t really surprised. And who can blame the critics…talk about a nose only a mother could love.

Chocolate linked to weak bones
YOU weak bones!! Crunch! I mean… Hmmph!

Sarkozy seeks civil nuclear deal with India
Hmm…so basically, he seeks (more) confusion and unrest in our country and prolonged indecision in his own. Following the ‘American’ dream aren’t we now?

India is becoming a trend: Anoushka Shankar
Finally! About time somebody starts aping us. So what if it’s Anoushka Shankar with her American accent. Some people find it cute! Some people…

India worst bird flu outbreak spreads
Damn! I feel sorry for KFC. It’s just not meant to be…what is it, twice now?

Aamir feels he’s stuffed in a washing machine
There’s something strangely cinematic about wringing yourself in a tub. Does this explain how he ‘churns’ out such good films each year?

After the felicitation of Gordon Brown with an honorary degree from Delhi University, members of the Democratic Teachers’ Front (DTF) and the Left-wing Students’ Federation of India demonstrated with placards and slogans. They resented the convocation as Brown broke his promise of recalling British troops from Iraq after he became the Prime Minister.

Out of the four Grand Slam Tennis Tournaments that keep us glued to our idiot boxes every year, Australian Open kick starts the tennis mania each year in mid-January. It is played at the Melbourne Park (called Flinders Park during 1980s), a new ( Rebound Ace) Hardcourt venue next to the Melbourne Cricket Ground. It’s origin can be traced to the grass courts at Kooyong in the city of Melbourne, where it was held for the first time in the year 1905 as The Australasian Championship. Top-ranked players sweat it out on the Melbourne hardcourts and compete for men’s and women’s singles competitions, men’s, women’s, and mixed doubles, and lastly, junior and master’s competitions.