Ravi Kumar, an avid user of life-saving services like Twitter and Facebook, got a life-changing idea earlier today, but he preferred to pass time on Twitter and Facebook rather than acting on the idea.
An angry young man has broken into Indian Railways’ office and smashed the servers that hosted IRCTC’s online ticket booking website. The incident happened around 10.10 AM today morning, minutes after Tatkal window was opened.
In a severe blow to the long held belief that “A man’s best friend is a dog”, Sheru, the 7-year-old dog removed Vineet, his 27-year-old master, as a friend on Facebook.
With millions of mega-joules of energy being wasted by Indians everyday on Twitter while outraging on various topics, the government has come up with a plan to convert this energy into electricity.
Keeping with their philosophy of introducing new changes just when people have adjusted to the latest changes, Facebook has announced that the Facebook Timeline, which was earlier known as the Facebook Wall, will now be known as the Facebook Timepass.
23-years-old Raviraj spends at least 12 hours daily on Facebook trying to get new ‘likes’ for his page. However, Raviraj has absolutely no idea why he is doing this, Faking News has discovered.
After reading news articles where a man could face up to three years in jail for an offensive tweet while people accused of hit-and-run cases are not even traced and caught, Ramesh Chaudhari has decided to drop his plan to harass his neighbor Suresh Chand on Twitter.
Responding to a long pending demand of Engineers’ Rights activists (a disputed subset of Human Rights activists), Gmail has decided to ban the use of ‘iit’ in its usernames as the practice was seen discriminatory towards non-IIT engineers of India.
Youth in Pakistan are feeling restless as they can’t search for “hot”, “leaked”, and “exclusive” videos featuring Hina Rabbani Khar and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari because YouTube has been banned in Pakistan to save people from anti-Islam video clips.
After realizing that Twitter and Facebook may not comply with every order issued by the government departments, the government of India has decided to buy out Orkut and turn it into the national social networking website of India.