Monday, 9 February 2009

Andrew Symonds joins Sri Rama Sene

In a rather confusing but curious revelation at Vidhana Soudha today, chairman of the Sri Rama Sene, Mr Pramod Muthalik told the drivers of the MLAs that Australian cricketeer, Andrew Symonds, who is currently unemployed has joined Sri Rama Sene. Mr Muthalik said "Sri Rama Sene andre kOtigaLallvE? he he he" (doesn't Sri Rama Sena mean monkeys? he he he) when contacted by those media persons who had run out of things to publish.

In the meantime, sources revealed to us that Sri Rama Sene had recently distributed pamphlets that they would be screening of the film, "kOthigaLu saar kOthigaLu" (monkeys, sir, monkeys) in Pushpanjali tent, Basaveshwaranagar. However, when a grand total of 6 eager "fans" turned up to see the film, they found activists of SRS standing on the dias. When asked about this, Mr Muthalik said "alla. naavE irbEkaadre cinema yaake? he he he" (see, when we are only there, what for do we need the film? he he he).

Mr Muthalik also told the media later that Symonds would be rechristened Vali, so that he could "get into character". When the press conference was going on, the union external affairs minister, Mr Pranab Mukherjee casually walked in and announced that the central government has sent a dossier to Pakistan about their terror related activities and has demanded immediate action from them in this regard. When someone pointed out that his press conference was scheduled for 6 pm whereas it was only 5 pm, he sheepishly grinned, and apologised saying that he had only recently purchased a new CASIO digital watch and he had mistaken the 5 for 6.

When Mr Harbhajan Singh was contacted about this incident, he slapped the journalist and screamed, "**** *** **".


The God Of Tall Things said...

Too good!

Pandu said...

Hilarious !! vali was simply too good!

Rakesh said...

en helda harbhajan?

Kumara Subrahmanya said...

nice one. i liked the conclusion :P (harbhajan ha ha)

aaccording said...

Green hope to plant two lakh trees-save nature for future-a special report
come Sunday, and the city is all set to go green as Navi Mumbai is will witness the biggest annual greening drive. City NGO Green Hope, for the second year in a row is organizing a major tree plantation drive where in 2 lacs trees will be planted across Navi Mumbai.
Humankind has an obligation to put right the damage we've caused, and evidence suggests the planet has a remarkable ability to heal, if we give it a helping hand. Planting trees is seen as one of the most important things the average man in the street can do, because of its environmental impact. With this very aim, city NGO “Green Hope” is organizing the biggest tree plantation drive that Navi Mumbai has ever witnessed. This Sunday, “Green Hope’ will conduct a tree plantation drive where in 2 lac trees will be planted across Navi Mumbai and the Thane Belapur Industrial Belt. Inspired by State Environment Minister Ganesh Naik, Green Hope is dynamically spearheaded by city’s own youth leader Sandeep Naik. Green Hope made its greening debut last year when it planted near about a lac trees in Navi Mumbai and the adjacent industrial belt.

aaccording said...

Guardian minister and his sons lend an ear to residents
As promised, the Naiks held a meeting with aggrieved residents of CIDCO –built row houses in Vashi on Friday Thane District Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik along with his son MP Sanjeev Naik and standing Committee Chairman Sandeep Naik lent a patients ear to the woes of the resident of row house in sector 6, 7, 8 who had received notices from NMMC in the last few days regarding unauthorized extension of the row house,