The Ratnam shop in Nehru Nagar, Kurla, Mumbai, India was inaugurated two months ago, and the eunuchs said that they have not been given their “bakshish”. When the manager Rashmi Hanchate gave them Rs 100 and requested them to leave the premises, they insisted on getting Rs. 11,000 and one of them stripped in front of her.
The Nehru Nagar police on Monday arrested the two accused, Anushkadevi Nalappa (27) and Eshwari Shettiar (19.
Forget speeding bullet trains or SUV’s, when it comes to Vietnam the majority of the public whizz around on motorbikes. It’s the cheapest mode of transport to run and ideally suited to the often bustling, narrow and busy streets. But one of the major drawbacks to owning a bike (in any form) is it suffers from a severe lack of space to carry your shopping, goods or even passangers.
That’s not an issue for the Vietnamese people, who have somehow mastered the art of burdening their bikes with the most ridiculous loads whilst still being able to get from A to B totally unscathed.
The story of two pilots landing a Boeing 747 at the wrong airport last week drew a lot of rolled eyes, more than a little laughter and serious questions about how on earth two experienced pilots could so make such a colossal error.
Despite all the bluster of renewed innovation and the fiery spirit of Mayer-ism, Yahoo! Mail remains a calcified piece of shit—and naturally no one at Yahoo! wants to use it. AllThingsD got its hands on an internal memo, and boy do they seem upset.