Sunday, August 15, 2010

Really! ?

Really ?

Does 'breaking news' still mean what it used to :D ?

Happy Independence Day, everyone!

29 comments:

  1. You made a point there. Things need to change. Good catch. ;)

    A Happy Independence Day to you too :)

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  2. Loll..Which news channel is that???

    I think they were too excited to post this news...

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  3. Saad Shaikh: :-) Thank u.. wish u the same.

    Prasad: From today's 'The Hindu':D
    Yea..they shud say something we dont know!

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  4. wow !!! i had no idea !!! Thank God for such investigative journalism !!

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  6. we wudnt have known this if it wasnt a "breaking News!!! lol...sad!!

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  7. Vineeta: TOTALLY di. LOL :D :D

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  8. Hahaha...And you don't think that news is "breaking"? ;)

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  9. BTW I stole this idea for my FB status!! :D

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  10. Blunt: Leave breaking part....is it a news? :D
    I dont see this in ur fb though:(

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  11. To my other FB yaar! In this one, almost everyone in my list would have read it already :D

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  12. Wow n i thot d rich were affected...newspapers enlighten us, don't they?

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  13. Sheesh! Ironically sad ain't it?

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  14. Ab kya bolen..humne hi toh inko PM banaya hai
    (Anu, did u get wat I wrote :P)

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  15. Choco: Totally. :-) a bit funny tooo :D


    Shanu: Yeah. How sad.. He says things which we all already know.

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  16. Its going to be the 'chair-breaking' news for the PM very soon... wait for the next elections...

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  17. Davis: :D Appo nee angerde team allalle... :D aarude team aayittum karyamilla hihi.

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  18. hi, excuse me....
    do you like typography?

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  19. This is not Breaking New - I think it is just broken.

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  20. Grayquill: He he.. Totally, Grayquill.

    Jakarta: Thanks :-)

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  21. ....and if you really want to know how breaking news is made, watch the movie "Peepli"

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