Monday, January 2, 2017

Bengaluru Ashamed – Mass Molestation Of Women On New Year Eve

When the whole world was busy celebrating the arrival of New Year 2017 and hoping for a great year ahead, some ladies in Bengaluru were shouting, screaming and running for help, in an attempt to save themselves from mass molestation.

As per a report in Bangalore Mirror, it all happened in the crowded areas of Brigade and MG road, where hooligans physically abused and molested ladies on the eve of New Year and what was more surprising that nearly 1500 police force was deployed in these areas to avoid any mis-happening, but it took just an hour for all these arrangements to get shattered.

The eye-witnesses revealed that many ladies seek refuge with the lady constables and many took off their shoes to run for help.

Surprisingly, Delhi is called the most unsafe Indian city for women but is Bengaluru safe for women?

Tags: Bengaluru, Delhi, Bangalore, New Year, Brigade, MG road, New Year

Friday, November 25, 2016

Here Is The List Of Places You Can Use Rs. 500 Currency Notes Till 15th December, 2016

The Rs. 1,000 currency notes have been declared invalid from today and Rs. 500 notes can be used at some chosen places till December 15, 2016. Here is the list of 21 places where you can still use Rs. 500 notes for making payments:

  • ·         At all government hospitals and pharmacies but with doctor’s prescription only.
  • ·         At all pharmacies but only with the prescription of doctor and an ID form.
  • ·         For booking railway tickets, airports and government or state-run bus stands.
  • ·         Central and state government’s milk booths.
  • ·         Burial grounds, crematorium
  • ·         State run petrol pumps, gas stations.
  • ·         Arriving and departing passengers can use these notes at the International airports.
  • ·         Foreign tourists can use Rs. 500 notes for exchanging currency.
  • ·         For buying at consumer cooperative stores.
  • ·         Making payments for cooking gas cylinders.
  • ·         During rail travel, for making payments for catering services.
  • ·         At metro stations for purchasing tickets.
  • ·         For buying entry tickets of any monument maintained by ASI.
  • ·         For making payments of taxes, penalties, charges etc., which will be paid to the central, state governments, municipal and local bodies.
  • ·         For paying bills of utility services such as water and electricity.
  • ·         For paying the fees of court.
  • ·         For buying seeds from selected centres.
  • ·         For paying the school fees of up to Rs. 2, 000 in the schools which are governed by the central, state, municipality or local-body.
  • ·         For paying fees in central, state government colleges.
  • ·         For recharging mobile phones up to Rs. 500 per recharge.
  • ·         For making purchases up to Rs. 5,000 at a time, through consumer cooperative stores.

Hope this information will be helpful to you.

tags: 500, currency, notes

Sunday, November 6, 2016

This Film Of Sonu Sood & Neha Sharma Is Going For Oscars! Can’t Believe?

Last year only, India and China signed their first agreement on joint production and sooner after that, the movie Xuan Zang released. Xuan Zang is the first Sino-Indian co-production which is produced by Eros International and China Film Corporation.

Xuan Zang which hit the screens in April has earned $4.9 million at the box-office and it will be the Chinese official entry in the Oscars in the foreign language category.

The movie not only stars Chinese actors but it also has some Indian actors – Sonu Sood, Neha Sharma, Ali Fazal and Mandana.

The movie depicts the story of 17 yr old Buddhist monk, Xuan Zang, who travelled to India from China during the reign of Tang dynasty.

You can have a look at the trailer of movie here:

Click here to watch the video on YouTube.

So are you planning to watch the movie for your favourite stars, do let us know you opinion in the comments section.

Tags: neha Sharma, sonu sood, china, xuanzang, Oscars, India, Ali Fazal, mandana