Rae Bareli beggar turns out to be a crorepati trader from Tamil Nadu
Facebook helps missing buffaloes get back to their owner
‘First in world’: 2 saved by kidneys of dead girl who consumed poison
Baby monkey weeps over mother’s carcass in TN village
Meet Yuvraj, whose semen sells for millions
In Detroit, homeless man now takes Visa and Mastercard
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Dec 21, 2017
NEW DELHI. Amidst growing political turmoil over Aadhar Card, a shocking news has surfaced from Uttar Pradesh (UP). An old beggar residing in the Ralpur town of Rae Bareli district in UP has been found to be in possession of Aadhar Card and Fixed Deposit (FD) papers worth over a crore.
The matter came to light after the poor condition of beggar caught attention of Swami Bhaskar Swaroop ji Maharaj of Angroom school. The beggar was then taken into shelter by Swami. …
Dec 1, 2017
BENGALURU: An interesting incident occurred in Bengaluru rural district’s Hosakote taluk. Two buffaloes who went missing have returned to their owner’s house safely thanks to Facebook.
The man who found the missing buffaloes, posted their pictures on Facebook and after two days they are back with their owner, Narayana Swamy, a resident of Isturu village. …
Sep 27, 2017
NEW DELHI: The suicide of a 19-year-old city girl has given a new lease of life to two patients suffering from renal disorders. Her kidneys were transplanted to them, making this perhaps the first case in the world where organs have been harvested from a patient in spite of poisoning and cardiac death, Dr Anup Kumar, professor and head, department of urology and renal transplantation at Safdarjung hospital, said. …
Mar 10, 2017
ERODE: A baby monkey that lost its mother in a road accident made all those who witnessed the scene cry. The young monkey wept sitting near the carcass of its mother that was knocked down by a speeding vehicle near Elanthur on the Tamil Nadu-Karnataka National highway on Friday. …
Mar 20, 2016
NEW DELHI: Even as cricket-lovers’ are looking forward to see one of their favourite players, Yuvraj Singh, in action at the T20 World Cup, it was a four-legged Yuvraj who stole the show here at the ‘ Krishi Unnati Mela’ (agriculture development fair), inaugurated by PM Modi at the sprawling IARI Pusa campus on Saturday. …
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A homeless man in Detroit now takes credit card donations thanks to an app he set up on his phone. He has also set up a website and homeless collective to improve the lives of homeless around him.
January 30, 2016
One Detroit homeless man is taking credit for changing the panhandling game.
Abe Hangeston, a homeless man who has been living on the streets of Detroit for roughly seven years, now takes donations in all forms – cash, debit, or credit. The homeless man purchased a card reader for his cellphone that allows him to accept all donations through Square. …
EBay sued by woman banned from selling plots on the Sun Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Jun 8, 2015
LONDON: A 54-year-old Spanish woman banned from selling plots on the Sun on eBay has filed a lawsuit against the internet e-commerce giant. …
Panchayat fines groom 75 paisa for cancelling engagement Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Apr 15, 2015
CHANDIGARH: A community panchayat in Haryana on Monday slapped a fine of 75 paisa on a groom for annulling his engagement nine days before the wedding. …
Class 8 dropout becomes engg college professor, lands in jail Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Mar 8, 2015
CHENNAI: If you can aspire it, you can achieve it with dedication—that’s something R Ashok Kumar Choudhary, 35, from Guntur proved to himself. But when he blended dedication with fraud, his medallions were snatched away, he was dumped behind the bars. …
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