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Maharajas’ Express Marketing Campaign Leads To Pakistan Invading India, Probably

by | 22nd, March 2010

ABOARD the Maharajas’ Express, passengers are thrilled to be journeying to Kolkata, the Buddhist pilgrimage centre of Gaya and the Bandhavgarh Tiger reserve in the Bay of Bengal.

This, as the advert boasts, is the chance to see “an India like never before!”. It’s not kidding – you can visit New Delhi, which is now located inside Pakistan.

The rail company’s spokesman, Samir Goswami, tells us.

“The agency decided to mark the train route more prominently in the final copy of the advertisement, given to newspapers, without informing us.”

Or else they did and it was great way to drum up publicity for your train.

Whatever, the idea that Parisian has taken new Delhi will lead to war. That much is certain…



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