India willing to talk to Cyclone Phailin

India is expected to suffer catastrophic impacts from Severe Tropical Cyclone Phailin, a Category 5 Hurricane, on Saturday and Sunday. Destructive winds well over 160 kph (100 mph) and flooding rain of at least 100-200 mm (4-8 inches) is expected across a wide area. The Indian government meanwhile announced that it is willing to talk to Cylone Phailin to sort out all outstanding issues in an 'amicable manner'.

“We are willing to discuss everything under the sun over several rounds of mindless discussions. Anything that kills or harms Indian citizens is worth talking to. Infact that is the only thing we do. It is either that or cricket diplomacy and we have been told that Cyclone Phailin doesn’t play cricket. So we are ready to negotiate on issues and we do understand that Cyclone Phailin has legitimate grievances and needs to be engaged in a series of timepass meetings and we will do exactly that," said External Affairs minister Salman Khurshid.

Sources in the government told Humor Unplugged that if talks with Cyclone Phailin fail, the government will take the extreme step of issuing a strongly worded condemnation statement condemning the cyclone using the 'strongest possible words that the OED has ever seen'.

Times of India to start Aman ki Asha
India’s official Page 3 newspaper has meanwhile announced that it will initiate a new chapter of its much condemned Aman ki Asha with Cyclone Phailin. Group MD Vineet Jain says “we at the Times Group believe in several bogus initiatives and this will be one of them”.

NASA image of Cyclone Phalin


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