Humor Unplugged has obtained exclusive pic of ISI Chief General Ahmad Shuja Pasha's visit to the USA. Contrary to what Pakistan government would have us believe, Pasha (fearing arrest over his agency's role in 26-11) went incognito...in fact disguised as a geeky bunny. Here is the exclusive evidence.
Bangalore, according to our correspondent, is so dark during night that the sale of telescopes has shot up 160 percent in the city in the last two days alone. This is not to mention the mushrooming of many astronomy clubs in the city. With little light, the night sky appears bright with many constellations visible to the naked sky like never before and astronomy buffs are lapping it all up.
How did all this happen, you ask and here is the story. Bangalore is the only metro in India that has to bear over 5 powerless hours every single day. The situation is so bad that a few days back, a few Bangalore citizens promised to be more civic minded, if they were given more electricity and less powercuts.
"I admit the power situation has gone from grim to whatever is worse than grim. But I assure you, the situation will improve soon as we are negotiating purchase of 8000 MW of power from North Korea. Once this power arrives, powercuts will be history and I will be able to watch various …
A source close to Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan has told Humor Unplugged that he may offer a reaction to the episode this weekend. It may be remembered that as soon as the case grabbed the headlines of prominent page 3 glossies like Times of India, journos more yellow than pakoras dipped in turmeric had thronged his residence on 7 Tear Avenue hoping the star would offer some
soundbites. The journos had to return disappointed as Aamir was away in Jodhpur crying over an incident of trespass over private property that happened a month ago.
The source, who doesn’t want his name to be exposed, said that Aamir will cry on Saturday as the star has entered a phase of depression. “He was crying this Wednesday and Thursday so he wanted to take a break over this weekend but saw an ad for a slipper and started wailing. But he became even more depressed as news came that Indrani had tried to bump of Sheena Bora’s brother too. He became really depressed and wanted to cry on Sunday itself but Ki…
In the latest blow to the much maligned F-35 program, engineers have uncovered a slew of flaws during extensive testing of the newest versions of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, a Pentagon report said, adding to a litany of issues including software bugs, technical glitches. But a source within the Pentagon speaking on condition partial anonymity, told us that US has now decided to finally take the project to completion that too in a manner that "you wouldn't have expected".
"US is offering F-35 fighters to nations that are less than friends such as China and Iran. I was part of a snack hour meeting yesterday where we decided to do this. F-35s would make the enemy more vulnerable in the air and we will exploit that vulnerability to our advantage. They are getting ready to offer it to everyone including Russia," said Bill, a Flight Systems Specialist at DARPA.
China, it may be remembered has its own 5th Gen jet copied from the F-35. In fact, China had approached L…