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Thursday, 14 June 2012

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Indian government announced 'Dada Kondke' award in line with Dadasaheb Phalke award for contribution to double meaning dialogues

Hillary Clinton was selected as a first recipient of the award
In line with most prestigious Dadasaheb Phalke award, Indian government lauched Dada Kondke award for double meaning dialogues to all world famous celebrities and politicians and it decided to give the first award to Hillary Clinton. This award will be the last one to be distributed by India's President Pratibha Patil.

"Dada Kondke was the master in double meaning dialogues and nobody has picked his hands till date. We came to conclusion that he should be honored by naming a double meaning dialogue award after him it would also honor ourselves," said India's Ambika Soni, India's Minister of Information & Broadcasting.
She confirmed that the award will be equal to India's best cinema award, Dadasaheb Phalke Award and will be distributed to all the people whether in India or in the world who passes vulgar statements.
The Dadasaheb Phalke Award is India's highest award in cinema given annually by the Government of India for lifetime contribution to Indian cinema.
She said "While we read the news about Hillary making some double meaning statement in US, then thought that it would be the best time to announce such award. Hillary Clinton has a good track record of passing vulgar statements, ask Obama."
She also told that she had overnight chat with SM Krishna who confirmed the development that Hillary passed a vulgar statement.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told media that India-US relationship is an "affair of the heart" and her commitment to it has not diminished in any way with its 'ups and downs'.
"With respect to affairs of the heart, they usually have ups and downs," she said amidst laughter at a joint press conference with Indian External Affairs Minister SM Krishna at the end of the third edition of India-US strategic dialogue.
SM Krishna told reporters in US that it was confirmed that Hillary would get most hilarious award of India and it would really help improving India's relations with the US.

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