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Definition

Every eng bai and eng girl's second fondest dream, probably next only to finding Katrina Kaif (or Salman Khan depending on which team you bat for) standing next to your bed...

Unfortunately like most dreams, this is mostly urban myth, the occasional newsworthy leak of a civil service exam paper not withstanding...

Such trivial details does not however stop us..How else to explain that the back bench slacker who spent most of 12th grade reading Maxim under the table, suddenly finds himself ranker #127 on the IIT JEE?...

Surely God cannot be that cruel? It has to be Question paper out...

Usage

Revi: Macha , remember Gundu Ganesh from 10th standard. He is now an IAS officer posted in Thirussoor... anyone and everyone gets into IAS nowadays

Mogan: Haha , only one chance, question paper out

Added 2012-12-07 by Side Character

Root

English

Region

All India

Question Hour

\Kyoschun Hour\
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Noun. August 12, 2011, Word of the Day
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Definition

This word comes to us from the Wall Street Journal blog, which gave us six suggestions for Samosapedia entries.

The "Question Hour" is a state of utter pandemonium that leads to the abandonment of a planned activity.

Taken literally, it refers to a time designated in Parliament for the asking and answering of questions. However, it often becomes an occasion for angry lawmakers to vent other grievances while the beatifically-smiling Speaker murmurs, “Take your seat please; please, take your seat,” and invariably leads to a rapid adjournment of the session in question.

Usage

Person A: Did you pick up that stuff from the market today?

Person B: I tried to go in the evening but it was total question hour.

Added 2011-08-11 by Logonathan