What the hell?
"Till modern airports are constructed, the latest aviation boom will remain a balloon that can be punctured anytime when reality dawns."
I mean, this is one of the few rational articles in the entire magazine and it ends like this. If you want to funnier gaffes, please read on at this website. But given that IRS data reveals that three-quarters of the readers of Indian business publications have monthly household incomes of under Rs 20,000, the ponytailed meister of spin via adverts might have hit some sort of a Jackpot. But no, the magazine even claims to be intellectual dropping names like some social butterfly. To give you some more classic examples, which make members of the desk in HT (at least when I worked there) seem unbelievably normal.
"The vast Indian hinterland will no longer remain devoid of the information explosion via the Internet."
I mean, can you really claim that "90% of your writers are MBA's" if they all did their MBA's in some unrecognised institute?
What the hell, I must be really, really bored to be writing all this stuff. Brilliantly lovely Wednesday isn't it. Given that I have to now go to the gym, its just going to get more brilliant. Plus, I was informed that I have ride a cycle to office. More about that later.
Anyway, if you are a really big Maria Sharapova fan, you can now download a grunt of hers as a ringtone.
This is creepy!
I think the Tom Cruise-Katie Holmes hook-up is really really creepy. But then again, virtually the entire blogosphere has written about that. Anyway, recently on NBC's Today show Cruise who is a priest of some sort in the Scientology religion (which is very weird) called psychiatry 'evil'. Well, here is the rebuttal.
Poor Paki's, no porn for them. Now how will the bearded one communicate with his followers?
$12million with a stroke. Ouch!