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Gujarati bootleggers looking to expand business in Kerala as state may impose prohibition

Gujarati bootleggers looking to expand business in Kerala as state may impose prohibition

Aug 21, 2014 Comments

After the possibility of prohibition being introduced in Kerala, bootleggers in Gujarat, a dry state, are looking to expand business in the southern state.

Private buses to give huggies to passengers to save time wasted in loo breaks en route

Private buses to give huggies to passengers to save time wasted in loo breaks en route

Aug 20, 2014 Comments

“We are completely aware of customer needs when it comes to using the restroom during travel so we thought why not give them an easier way to do it. After all huggies is now 30% bigger and 40% more moisture absorbent than before.”

Besides victims of terror and natural disasters, insurance companies to reject claims made by Mira Road residents

Besides victims of terror and natural disasters, insurance companies to reject claims made by Mira Road residents

Aug 9, 2014 Comments

Insurance companies have concluded that the life in the Mira Road region, in the outskirts of Mumbai, is too dangerous and unpredictable to be insured.

Identities of 4.59 cr mobile users still unknown, Dept of Telecom says ghosts are using mobile phones

Identities of 4.59 cr mobile users still unknown, Dept of Telecom says ghosts are using mobile phones

Aug 4, 2014 Comments

Explaining the latest report saying identities of 4.59 cr mobile users were unknown, DoT has made a sensational claim that ghosts were using mobile phones.

Restaurant serving chicken at Rs 2800 per plate claims it serves chickens of royal lineage

Restaurant serving chicken at Rs 2800 per plate claims it serves chickens of royal lineage

Aug 2, 2014 Comments

A Delhi restaurant, serving a plate of Shahi Chicken at Rs 2800 per plate, claims to use chickens of royal lineage for preparing the dish.

E-commerce sales fall because of increased workload in IT companies

E-commerce sales fall because of increased workload in IT companies

Jul 27, 2014 Comments

Since IT employees have a lot of work and are busy actually working in office, instead of buying stuff online, e-commerce market has taken a hit.

Property brokers become matchmakers as “Homeless Bachelor” market grows

Property brokers become matchmakers as “Homeless Bachelor” market grows

Jul 26, 2014 Comments

Giving a revolutionary jolt to the rapidly saturating tenant market, a Powai based property broker agency has ventured into matchmaking to tap into growing Homeless Bachelor market.

Man demands tax exemption on earnings made via Dhan Varsha Yantra

Man demands tax exemption on earnings made via Dhan Varsha Yantra

Jul 24, 2014 Comments

A man has filed a petition in the Supreme Court claiming exemption from paying taxes over money he made due to a “yantra” he bought after watching a television ad.

Builder found selling flats in Nallasopara calling it Extremely Upper Worli

Builder found selling flats in Nallasopara calling it Extremely Upper Worli

Jul 21, 2014 Comments

The developer is confident that they will be able to lure not just NRI’s and High Net Worth Individuals, but also all those South Bombay home aspirants.

Man trying hard to remain in hospital for 48 hours to claim Mediclaim Policy

Man trying hard to remain in hospital for 48 hours to claim Mediclaim Policy

Jul 18, 2014 Comments

After failing to spend considerable time in a hospital, a man was caught trying to dodge hospital authorities to claim his Mediclaim policy, which required him to remain admitted in hospital for a minimum of 48 hours.