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Thursday, 26 August 2010

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Size zero no big deal in India

Indian Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Syllable is likely to face bricbats and catcalls from the Indian Opposition when Parliament reconvenes tomorrow. The nation is agitated that their hopeful to the Miss Universe Contest, a lady from Bengal didn't make it to the Crown this time.

Bengal Railway Minister Mamta Bann-everything and self-proclaimed saviour of all Bengalees has threatened to go on an indefinite hunger strike because Mr Syllable has not taken the human resource development of Bengalee Models seriously.

Rightwing leader Sushma Swillmouth has threatened to shave her head yet again unless the Minister announces the opening of a Centrally sponsored school for Models that will teach Indian girls how to spread India culture by winning the crown by hook or by crook.

"It's a shame that we Indians who are known for our smart moves and hard bargains couldn't negotiate a simple thing as a Ms Universe Crown, she sniffed, while helping herself to a plate of hot samosas.

"If only the swimsuits had a tinge of saffron," sighed Swillmouth, they would reflect true Hindu culture and we would have won."

The school of Mines is likely to be shut down and remodelled for the Miss Universe Coaching Institute, sources say.

Meanwhile 250 more school kids have been admitted to government hospitals dying from starvation. "Why search for size zeros when we have an abundant suppy," said food minister Patel-fut-in mouth.

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