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Woman marries off her son to maid to save on rising salary expectations of the maid

Woman marries off her son to maid to save on rising salary expectations of the maid

Sep 16, 2014 Comments

Tired of looking for an affordable maid for last couple of months, a woman from Delhi, shocked her neighbours and relatives by announcing marriage of her son to a maid.

Addicted to staring at mobile screen, man using mobile camera to see things instead of directly using eyes

Addicted to staring at mobile screen, man using mobile camera to see things instead of directly using eyes

Sep 11, 2014 Comments

Phonish, a self confessed mobile addict says he just can’t remove his eyes from the mobile screen.

IT fundamentalists demand to make knowledge of C language compulsory to live in Bangalore

IT fundamentalists demand to make knowledge of C language compulsory to live in Bangalore

Sep 9, 2014 Comments

In order to take Bangalore a step ahead of other technology hubs, IT fundamentalists are demanding to make knowledge of C language compulsory to live in the city.

After car loan, house loan and personal loan, now banks offering dowry loan

After car loan, house loan and personal loan, now banks offering dowry loan

Sep 7, 2014 Comments

To counter the evil practice of dowry in their own way, all the banks in the country have started offering the much needed “Dowry Loan”.

Alien visiting the Earth starts speaking fluent English after drinking alcohol

Alien visiting the Earth starts speaking fluent English after drinking alcohol

Sep 2, 2014 Comments

“Just like many of us start speaking fluent English after getting drunk, the alien is behaving in the same way,” reasoned Dr. Trivedi, “And it may be possible that he is an alien of Indian origin.”

IT engineer from Bangalore demands traffic allowance to offset his growing fuel bills

IT engineer from Bangalore demands traffic allowance to offset his growing fuel bills

Aug 31, 2014 Comments

Recent studies have shown, the average traffic speed in Bangalore has come down to 9 km per hour and by 2020 it could come down further to 5 km per hour.

Obsession to accept Ice Bucket Challenge declared viral illness; another challenge starts to raise awareness about it

Obsession to accept Ice Bucket Challenge declared viral illness; another challenge starts to raise awareness about it

Aug 29, 2014 Comments

As madness of accepting ALS Ice Bucket Challenge continues across the world, World Health Organization has declared obsession to take up this task a viral mental illness.

Boy impresses girl by seamlessly placing a complex pizza order at the pizza shop

Boy impresses girl by seamlessly placing a complex pizza order at the pizza shop

Aug 26, 2014 Comments

Pintu, a cool dude in his early twenties impressed a local girl at a city pizza shop by seamlessly placing a complex pizza order without fumbling for a second, that too in slightly Italian accent.

Dogs getting smarter, besides ragpickers and beggars, they are now barking at engineers too

Dogs getting smarter, besides ragpickers and beggars, they are now barking at engineers too

Aug 19, 2014 Comments

A study conducted by a group of scientists claims that street dogs are getting smarter with time as besides ragpickers and beggars they also love to bark at engineers.

Man hospitalized after listening to Honey Singh and Kishore Kumar songs back to back

Man hospitalized after listening to Honey Singh and Kishore Kumar songs back to back

Aug 4, 2014 Comments

Lucky, who rarely listens to old melodies and is an avid Honey Singh fan, was giving a try to Kishore Kumar song on the occasion of legendary singer’s birthday.