The city Trivandrum is growing fastly.A number of new shops and malls are now opened.Recenctly a multi-storied shopping complex is opened in MG Road.

This is a special shop.

It sells husbands!!!

When women go to choose a husband at this store, they have to follow few instructions

"You may visit the store only once. There are 6 floors and the value of products increases as u ascent the flights .You may chose any item from a particular store or may go up to next floor ,but cannot go back to down…

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Mum and Dad were watching TV when Mum said, "I'm tired, and it's getting late. I think I'll go to bed." 

She went to the kitchen to make sandwiches for the next day's lunches. Rinsed out the popcorn bowls, took meat out of the freezer for supper the following evening, checked the cereal box levels, filled the sugar container, put spoons and bowls on the table and started the coffee pot for reusing the next morning. She then put some wet clothes in the dryer, put a load of clothes into the washer…

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Police display the remote controls recovered from the suspect. 

The vigilance squad of the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL), Pune, nabbed a person for allegedly fabricating and supplying remote controls that slow down electricity meters by half. 

The suspect Madhukar Ajay Chaudhari (31), a resident of Prajakta Nagar, Chinchwad, arrested on Monday, has been sent to police custody till August 17. 

The MSEDCL has found around 12 consumers using such remote control…

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[ByAnonymous In translation] (Courtesy Xujun Eberlein ,Boston, United States) Two years ago, I bought a tiny flat from a stranger. While making some minor changes to the old interior, the electrician I hired found problematic wires, and that the electricity meter outside did not work. The electrician, who had more than 20 years of experience, concluded that the previous owner had messed about with the meter in order to steal electricity. He pointed to a jumble of wires and tried to explain – why…

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The Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) is charting out an action plan for extensively exploiting the solar energy potential to tackle the power crisis gripping the State. Official sources said that a high-level expert panel appointed by the board is holding weekly meetings to scrutinise the successful models set up in different parts of the country for preparing a detailed project report by mid-November. As a proven technology, it has been envisaged to adopt the solar technology at present an…

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Nagpur: After a wait of two weeks, MSEDCL has finally issued a show cause notice to city power franchisee SNDL over its poor consumer service. The six-page show-cause notice issued to the company by MSEDCL chief engineer Mohan Zode has asked it to take remedial action on several counts within two months, failing which a termination notice would be served. The two-member inquiry committee set up by MSEDCL had found out several instances of objectionable and even illegal working by the franchisee.…

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ASSERTING THAT around 40 per cent of electricity loss is reported in Panchkula every month, local MLA Gian Chand Gupta on Monday said the residents of unauthorised colonies would now be given temporary electricity connections to bring down the power theft figure. This follows the notification issued on August 11 that says the government has decided to release temporary connections to the residents of unauthorised colonies, which had been restricted since 2010. “There are a large number of colony…

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Power supply facilities in Madhya Pradesh have detected irregularities in more than 60,000 connections and recovered revenue of Rs. 76 crore from across the state, an official said on Friday.

The drive against pilferage of power was launched earlier this year and until July-end electricity connections of 3.9 lakh high and low tension consumers were checked, said Mukesh Modi, a government spokesperson.

“Irregularities were found in as many as 63,403 connections across the state. Cases were filed…

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Power supply facilities in Madhya Pradesh have detected irregularities in more than 60,000 connections and recovered revenue of Rs. 76 crore from across the state, an official said on Friday.

The drive against pilferage of power was launched earlier this year and until July-end electricity connections of 3.9 lakh high and low tension consumers were checked, said Mukesh Modi, a government spokesperson.

“Irregularities were found in as many as 63,403 connections across the state. Cases were filed…

Read more: Discoms detect huge power theft in MP

Rubbishing the myth that the poor people of India steal electricity, Union Minister for Power and Coal Piyush Goyal on Thursday said it is the big fish who plunder the nation's resources, while adding that the Centre will take strict action against those found guilty.

Participating in ETV's popular 'The J C Show', Goyal told Head, News, Jagadeesh Chandra, "Normally poor don't steal electricity. It's the large consumers and industries who steal electricity. And those who are involved in this won'…

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