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Sania Mirza and Laloo: The IE correlation

Sania Mirza appears again on the enginerd weblog.

This time for two reasons:
1. She is back in Top 50 again. Good going Miss.
2. The Indian Express (IE) goofup where her pic is with the caption: "Railway Minister Lalu Prasad cuts cake during the celebration of his 60th birthday as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Congress". Some correlation this: Sania in 50. Lalooji just out of his 50s.





Not quite the intended caption!!!

Bombay update:
Last couple of days in Bombay have been hectic and a lot of fun. Back to Bangalore tomorrow morning. And I heard Desh was on Radio City!

Comments

Moron said…
seems like lot happening at ur side..

wot was happening in mumbai? and desh on radio city.. awesome.. kaise, kyu?
enginerd said…
A lot happening, indeed! I was in Mumbai for a couple of presentations.

About Desh, no clue. Just received his text message about it. Let's wait for him to elaborate.
desh said…
yep i was on Radio, although just for less than 2 mins it was fun

btw Sania is gone they say, receiveing forwards of this grl named gautami singh now :)
enginerd said…
Gautami? qui est elle???

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