Wish MagicBricks(dot)com's typo error becomes a reality for Delhi NCR's Realty Market

Being an avid blogger myself and having subscribed to newsletters, updates, RSS feeds and similar stuff from various websites & blogs of interest, I keep myself updated with the news and stories and articles especially from my niche professional arena. MagicBricks(dot)com happens to be one such website the newsletter of which I receive occasionally.


The newsletter received yesterday (23/03/2011) had some humorous typo error in MagicBrick's newsletter's 'ALT TEXT' behind one of the images that accompanied the print media's recently published article about Delhi NCR's builders and realty czars claiming their buildings are no less than foolproof earthquake resistant. 

The mentioned 'ALT TEXT' in the image reads: "New buildings are quack resistant"  while the link title of the article rightly says "New buildings are quake resistant"

I simply wish and hope that the Indian Realty Bazaar may really become resistant to QUACKS (in line with the typo error) as well as earth QUAKES (as has been claimed by the builders and realty czars)  :-D

[Readers' Contributions]: This post has been submitted by Mr. Manoj S., an architect with a leading Architecture Company located in Noida. While almost the entire content of received submission from Mr. Manoj has been kept as such, a few minor corrections and alterations in outgoing links have been incorporated at BnM's editors' desk, duly in line with bricks-n-mortar's policy and of course in consent with the contributor himself.
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