Harbhajan scores a century and then takes 7 wickets for 21 runs to give India a sensational win and the series. Harbhajan after the victory lifts Pietersen and takes him around the ground as a gesture. Of course this is #fakingnews While the world ponders, you laugh at the funny Indian tweets by twitter users.
Hahahaha! Just discovered that you can add yourself on BBM as a friend
— Sunayana Suresh (@sunayanasuresh) November 25, 2012
A movie on the life of Shiney Ahuja’s victims – Life of Bai.
— Clifford (@cliffordsouza) November 25, 2012
— Shruti Sundar Arjun (@shootyfrooty) November 25, 2012
Anna ka haath RSS kesaath, Kiran Bedi ka haath BJP ke saath, @arvindkejriwal7ka haath saare gadhe logo ke saath
— Dev… (@Dev_RS) November 25, 2012
If cricket happened entirely on twitter, umpires could use “lol” to signal when someone has hit a 6.
— José Covaco (@HoeZaay) November 24, 2012
‘Draupadi’ was the first L’Oreal brand ambassador!!!5 problems – 1 Solution:))
— Reecha Ranjan (@Reecha_Ranjan) November 23, 2012
Cricketers like Sachin debut and retire everyday and one should not observe a bandh for that
— Tony Sebastian (@notytony) November 23, 2012
Some Android apps need so many permissions and things that I have attested copies of marksheets ready.
— Psychedelic Gandalf (@Failgunner) November 21, 2012
President Pranab Mukherjee in the war room along with his cabinet monitoring operation to take out Kasab twitter.com/TheUnRealTimes…
— The UnReal Times (@TheUnRealTimes) November 21, 2012
Hain??!! Free Speech?! In these times of Inflation, you want speech for free?!
— @digvijaya_420 (@diggyleaks) November 20, 2012
Of course Times Now still don’t know who Kasab is.They are insisting it was his twin brother ‘KASAV’ who was hanged.
— Rakesh Jhunjhunwala (@jhunjhunwala) November 21, 2012
Times Now has a headline that reads “Kasav Executed”.Oh that poor little tortoise.
— Preshit Deorukhkar (@preshit) November 21, 2012
If the West insists on calling Kasab a gunman, we might as well call Osama an Air Traffic Controller
— Ajith (@ajith27) November 21, 2012
— Sonu Nigam (@sonuniigaam) November 21, 2012
Am glad Pranab Mukherjee refused clemency! Any person who has had to deal with Mamata Banerjee in any case becomes tough….
— SUHEL SETH (@suhelseth) November 21, 2012