Category Archives: Humour

What’s there in a joke?

Satjit Singh There is a very old joke: One day, well past midnight, Santa Singh suddenly started laughing. His wife got up. “Earlier you used to walk and now laugh in sleep”, she said and slapped him to wake him … Continue reading

Posted in Humour | Comments Off on What’s there in a joke?

Azizi As SHO (Police Inspector) in Hasb-e-Haal October 2012

Posted in Humour | Comments Off on Azizi As SHO (Police Inspector) in Hasb-e-Haal October 2012

‘Wrong’ side of the West

by Rajbir Deswal Yes, there are many things in the West that are just the opposite of what we have in India — the mode of conversation and address, customs and practices, faiths and beliefs, superstitions and sayings, chores and … Continue reading

Posted in Humour | Comments Off on ‘Wrong’ side of the West

Beware of JoJo!

by Raji P. Shrivastava WHEN our JoJo arrived, he was a palm-sized treasure that trembled despite being snug as a bug in a red Santa Claus cap. The weakest pup in a litter of six, he could barely take in … Continue reading

Posted in Humour | Comments Off on Beware of JoJo!

Humour in letters

by I.M. Soni READERS will readily agree that they do get funny, irritating, shocking, amusing letters just as they get exasperating telephone, water and electricity bills. Added to this is the latest edition (read addition) of letters from credit card … Continue reading

Posted in Humour | Comments Off on Humour in letters

Never Be Rude to Anyone

An American tourist asked a boat guy in Zanzibar, “Do you know Biology, Psychology, Geography, Geology or Criminology?” The boat guy said, “No. I don’t know any of these.” The tourist then said, “What the hell do you know on … Continue reading

Posted in Humour | Comments Off on Never Be Rude to Anyone

Thank you, uncle ji

by V.S. Chaudhri THE word uncle is meant to denote a father’s brother or a mother’s brother but it is commonly used for both as well as for any elderly person, even a stranger. When prefixed to the word judge, … Continue reading

Posted in Humour | Comments Off on Thank you, uncle ji