Due to a change of residence in Tuticorin, I haven't been receiving The Hindu for the past one month. It is a blessing in disguise I should say. To compensate for that I saw these two bloopers that I have to blog about.
Business India magazine had a section on SME Financing (the edition with GVK Reddy on the cover - there is no online link). The first line read - When ICICI, IDBI and SIDBI were formed in the 90's... Only problem is that ICICI was formed in 1955 and IDBI in 1964. This blooper in a general magazine might be tolerated, but in a Business Magazine?
The next one that riled me up was in the tamil weekly Ananda Vikatan. In a tribute to Sam Manekshaw, the article mentions that Manekshaw was the first person to be made Field Marshal of the Indian Army and later this honor was given to a person called Kariappa. This is the leading magazine of Tamil Nadu.