Do number ka maal

In India, the expression “do number ka mal” roughly translated as “number 2 stuff” is often used for underhand dealings and the like. The Palace of Westminster shook as the British newspaper, The Daily Telegraph, about the misuse of the fund meant for expenses for a second home for the Members of Parliament. public reeled from the exposures, artfully doled out in driblets, by

The public outcry has led to the ousting of the Speaker for the first time in 300 years! While “cleaning the moat” simply indicates excesses, a friend called me to say that I had spared the British MPs by not writing about their hiring pornographic movies and billing the expense to the British taxpayers!

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One of two jacuzzis at Anantara Golden Triangle

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