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Friday, 11 May 2012

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Top Stories of the day: Aviation sector, Pranab Mukherjee, Barack Obama, Mahesh Bhatt, Udayan Mukherjee, Salman Khan, Ek Tha Tiger, Hillary Clinton, Mamata Banerjee, Facebook


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India Satire introduces top stories of the day article. These will involve today's stories from Google News and the utter nonsense unreal stories by India Satire.

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As aviation crisis intensified in India, Indian government announced special ST buses for the commuters as a crisis management solution.

I never called anybody chut*ya in the parliament - Pranabda... I said something in gibberish

Barack Obama announced marriage with a white guy, to show his commitment towards equality over other same 
sex white people

They are also human beings - Obama said about same sex white people and told that he would like to understand them intimately

Mahesh Bhatt said it is easy to find out Pakistani actors doing weird movies in India than Indians, he was thinking on writing a script after Obama's gay statement invoke a sex feeling in him

Udayan Mukherjee held under plagiarism after he copied words from Ravi Shastri's commentary. Udayan said RBI may fire few more silver bullets at the rupee, as Ravi Shastr said tracer bullet

Salman Khan assured audience with the first look of Ek Tha Tiger that he will hit 10 people by right hand and 12 by left at a time

Hillary Clinton's weight increased by 2kgs after eating lots of sweets in India, particularly in Kolkata

Hillary said that the gay marriage idea is not Barack Obama's special gift for me

Hillary said it was just to poke marxists in West Bengal was the reason why she visited Kolkata and Mamata

Facebook introduces gibrish language to make its IPO offer attractive, the language attracted most of the government across the world

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