Afizan Hadiar

Bangkok temporarily turns into Dhaka as concertgoers flock to Coldplay

It seemed harmless at first. One could see one or two stories on social media, featuring people by the beach, enjoying the blue waters of Phuket or Krabi.

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Taliban shuts down beauty parlours to save monthly budget

In the latest turn of ridiculous events, the Taliban has shut down beauty parlours throughout Aarghmenistan in an attempt to decrease electricity bills and increase the country’s defence budget. The incident came to light when Supreme Leader Akhter was making his bi-annual budget for the year.

Sick of receiving bribes, man starts eating money when offered

Lobhi Chaibeshi Takai (Japanese on his mother’s side), was getting increasingly anxious as days went by.

Diplomats to receive negotiation training from aunties

With so many global issues impacting the locals, including climate change, river crisis and resource depletion, the country’s foreign service has hatched a plan to effectively train a new generation of diplomats to be able to hone essential bargaining skills.

Impacted by loadshedding, joint families decide to break up

An alarming case has propped up in the capital recently, faced with surging rates of loadshedding. Forced to spend a lot of time together in the sweltering heat, and at times in complete darkness, joint families are deciding to live separately as the truth getting spilled has spilled bad blood among members.

Not such a good boy after all

What this correspondent is about to break to you is a story of betrayal, heartbreak and of course, utter and complete disappointment.

City residents blast ‘Buk ta faitta jaay’ amid political clash

Political clashes ahead of elections is not new for Paltown residents. Sometimes law enforcers, in their attempt to do “crowd control” take part in the fray.

Corporate to give out awards based on social media vibe

Board members of  Big Corporation were in a quandary. A large number of their employees had started having an ethical dilemma. Many of the company’s employees had already quit after company data on farmers’ actual earnings and carbon footprint got anonymously released.

February 3, 2024
February 3, 2024

Bangkok temporarily turns into Dhaka as concertgoers flock to Coldplay

It seemed harmless at first. One could see one or two stories on social media, featuring people by the beach, enjoying the blue waters of Phuket or Krabi.

August 19, 2023
August 19, 2023

Taliban shuts down beauty parlours to save monthly budget

In the latest turn of ridiculous events, the Taliban has shut down beauty parlours throughout Aarghmenistan in an attempt to decrease electricity bills and increase the country’s defence budget. The incident came to light when Supreme Leader Akhter was making his bi-annual budget for the year.

July 29, 2023
July 29, 2023

Sick of receiving bribes, man starts eating money when offered

Lobhi Chaibeshi Takai (Japanese on his mother’s side), was getting increasingly anxious as days went by.

June 24, 2023
June 24, 2023

Diplomats to receive negotiation training from aunties

With so many global issues impacting the locals, including climate change, river crisis and resource depletion, the country’s foreign service has hatched a plan to effectively train a new generation of diplomats to be able to hone essential bargaining skills.

June 10, 2023
June 10, 2023

Impacted by loadshedding, joint families decide to break up

An alarming case has propped up in the capital recently, faced with surging rates of loadshedding. Forced to spend a lot of time together in the sweltering heat, and at times in complete darkness, joint families are deciding to live separately as the truth getting spilled has spilled bad blood among members.

March 25, 2023
March 25, 2023

Not such a good boy after all

What this correspondent is about to break to you is a story of betrayal, heartbreak and of course, utter and complete disappointment.

January 21, 2023
January 21, 2023

City residents blast ‘Buk ta faitta jaay’ amid political clash

Political clashes ahead of elections is not new for Paltown residents. Sometimes law enforcers, in their attempt to do “crowd control” take part in the fray.

December 10, 2022
December 10, 2022

Corporate to give out awards based on social media vibe

Board members of  Big Corporation were in a quandary. A large number of their employees had started having an ethical dilemma. Many of the company’s employees had already quit after company data on farmers’ actual earnings and carbon footprint got anonymously released.

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