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Cough-cold patient told to get lung-cancer tests after doctor finds out his health claims policy

Cough-cold patient told to get lung-cancer tests after doctor finds out his health claims policy

May 15, 2015 Comments

A doctor, after realizing a patient’s professional background and his company’s health claims policy, re-diagnosed him and told him to get 13 tests done for lung cancer.

Rahul Yadav to sell his house on Housing.com, says he’s 26, too young to get serious about housing

Rahul Yadav to sell his house on Housing.com, says he’s 26, too young to get serious about housing

May 14, 2015 Comments

A week after withdrawing his resignation, Housing.Com Chief Executive Rahul Yadav on Thursday in a shocking move decided to put his own house on sale on his own company website.

Builder creates record by handing over the key “on time” but postpones the possession by another 5 years

Builder creates record by handing over the key “on time” but postpones the possession by another 5 years

May 13, 2015 Comments

One of the Bangalore based reputed builder shocked everyone when it decided to handover the key to the owners as per the record date agreed on the agreement.

Selling tons of paperwork from banks, home loan applicant pre-closes the loan in second month

Selling tons of paperwork from banks, home loan applicant pre-closes the loan in second month

May 11, 2015 Comments

Mr. Iborrow Khan, a resident of Navi Mumbai, today created some kind of a banking record, when he pre-closed a home loan, paying off the entire disbursement in the second month itself.

Taking clue from multiplex, local barber to charge extra for hair cut in weekends

Taking clue from multiplex, local barber to charge extra for hair cut in weekends

May 2, 2015 Comments

For city based techie Ambar Adhikari, working days are so hectic that by the time he reaches office, it is 2 PM. Only time he gets to groom himself is in the weekend.

Youngsters buy pigeons to exchange messages after Telcos warn of 60 fold hike in data tariffs

Youngsters buy pigeons to exchange messages after Telcos warn of 60 fold hike in data tariffs

May 2, 2015 Comments

Youth on the internet are reportedly outraged over Telcos warning to hike the data tariff by 60 times and are on a pigeon purchasing spree as a back-up mechanism to exchange messages.

Leading blade company to make half blades targeting local barbers

Leading blade company to make half blades targeting local barbers

Apr 26, 2015 Comments

Leading Shaving Supplies and Personal Care Products Company, 9 o’clock, today announced a new product targeting beauty salon market in India – half blades.

Shocked by extreme food prices at airport, man insists to purchase one bite of sandwich for 50 rupees

Shocked by extreme food prices at airport, man insists to purchase one bite of sandwich for 50 rupees

Apr 23, 2015 Comments

Pankaj Kulkarni, a resident of Matunga and a fierce foodie-rights activist is in news yet again for strange reasons

VCs exit successful investment after discovering that idea was not a copy of US market

VCs exit successful investment after discovering that idea was not a copy of US market

Apr 21, 2015 Comments

With all the top tech startups in India backed by top VCs being ‘inspired’ from a US or other startups from across the globe, investors in this original idea developed cold feet.

Bangalore man applies for a loan to meet his yearly “Starbucks Coffee” expenditure

Bangalore man applies for a loan to meet his yearly “Starbucks Coffee” expenditure

Apr 19, 2015 Comments

In an interesting news from the southern party of the city, a software engineer has reportedly applied for a loan to meet his yearly expenditure incurred on Starbucks Coffee amusements.