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'Open Book' Bar Exam Goes Haywire As Bihari Babuu Enters The Hall

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June 30 2010, New Delhi

Bar Council of India's plans to hold a fair and fool-proof bar exam went into a tizzy as Bihari Babuu, an unfamous law student blogger on LI entered the New Delhi center with a black cow and a white buffalo loaded with books.

“Its a open book exam and I want to leave no stones unturned. I have brought all the books from my lawyer uncle’s library”, said Bihari Babuu.

Not finding enough space to fit in all the books, the authorities put Bihari Babuu in a stable while his black cow romanced with a hot, brown horse.

“I feel good for my animals but look at my condition. I have to sit on a haystack will stench of horse shit and urine as other students sit in a comortable examination hall”, said Bihari Babuu.

KitKit Lactose, manager of BrainWaker, the legal talent management company who is assisting BCI in conducting the exam said in defence, “We never anticipated such a situation. We could have earned a lot more cash by asking a few hotels to book rooms for candidates who wanted private ensuites so that they could keep their books”.

Meanwhile in the Kolkata center an NUJS student tore a NALSAR student’s book. The book was written by Prof. Ranbir Singh, former vice chancellor of NALSAR.

Though the NALSAR student did not respond, an NLUD student sprung up in the NALSAR guy’s defence and tore up the NUJS student’s book, ‘Constitutional Law’ by MP Singh. The present vice chancellor of NLUD is Prof. Ranbir Singh too.

“We won’t take action against any of the National Law School Students. They are just too good”, said Gopal SupraMan, the head of BCI, totally unruffled and sounding confident.

He was also confident about conducting the Bar Exam without any hitches.

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