Terrific one. 😂😀Hospital Special 😀😂

Terrific one.

😂😀Hospital Special 😀😂

A woman called up Apollo hospital and asked~
“I want to know if the patient Rita Mehta in Room No 1438 is getting better??”
The RMO replied,
“She is doing very well. She had her first solid meal today, her blood pressure is fine and if she continues improving she might even be sent home in a couple of days!”
The woman said,
“Thank God!
That’s wonderful news!”

” I take it you must be a family member or a close friend!”
I am Rita Mehta. No one tells me anything here !”


12 Surprising Facts About Lucknow That You Probably Didn’t Know !

12 Surprising Facts About Lucknow That You Probably Didn’t Know !

Lucknow is a ‘Heritage City’ dating thousands of years back. A cultural potboiler of food, music, art, and handicraft, the city has lot to offer. Lucknow may be known for its nawabi culture and delectable cuisines, but has lot more in its kitty. Here we tell you 12 surprising facts about Lucknow that you probably didn’t know.

1. Lucknow Railway Station is the place where Mahatma Gandhi met Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru for the very first time in December 1916.

2. Lucknow’s Bada Imambada is the largest hall in Asia, and is stands without any external support from wood, iron or stone beams.

3. Lucknow Railway Station consists of two stations – Lucknow Charbagh Station and Lucknow Junction. While Lucknow Charbagh Station comes under ‘Northern Railways’ the Lucknow Junction comes under ‘North Eastern Railways’.

4. Gomti Chakra, a rare natural shell is found in Gomti River. Used to make jewelry in ancient times, it is believed to bring good luck, wealth, health and success.

5. Lucknow is ranked ‘India’s second happiest city’ in a survey conducted by IMRB International and LG Corporation, after only Chandigarh. Also, it is the first city of India, having more than 9000 security cameras.

6. Bada Mangal, a festivity of Lord Hanuman is celebrated only in Lucknow. It was started for the only purpose of giving food to the poor.

7. Rumi Darwaza is also known as Turkish Gate. It got this name because it was built by architectures of Rome.

8. Janeshwar Mishra Park is claimed to be Asia’ s Largest park.

9. There are no electrical wires in Hazratganj, all electrical wires are underground.

10. Over time the city’s name changed from Lakshampuri to Laksmnaut to Laksnaut to Laksnau to Laknau and finally Lucknow.

11. Lucknow Race Course is the longest race course in India with a 3.5 km track length

12. City Montessori School, Lucknow is the largest school in terms of pupil in the world.

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Corporate News on 6th August, 2017

=== *Corporate News on 6th August, 2017* ===

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=> Venkaiah Naidu elected India’s vice president, defeats Gopalkrishna Gandhi

=> Economist Rajiv Kumar to replace Arvind Panagariya as Niti Aayog vice chairman

=> Vijender Singh beats Maimaitiali to win WBO Oriental Super Middleweight title

=> Doklam standoff: China mulling ‘small scale military operation’ against India, says report

=> GST Council to crack whip on profiteering firms, cuts rate on tractor parts, others

=> Panama Papers: How can one file returns on salary he never got, Sharif asks

*Business Standard*

=> Bihar Vikas Mission fails to live up to its promise

=> Rajiv Kumar named vice-chairman of NITI Aayog

=> GST Council approves e-way Bill, setting up of anti-profiteering body

=> Venkaiah Naidu to be next vice-president

=> Odisha may get windfall revenue of over Rs 25,000 cr from defaulter miners

=> Vijender beats Zulpikar in WBO Asia Pacific, calls for Indo-China peace


*Economic Times*

=> 20th GST council meet updates: E-way bill gets nod

=> Dell CIO warns IT employees: No organisation can reskill you, do it yourself or be ready to leave

=> China mulling ‘small scale military operations’ against India: Expert

=> Mukesh plans to make RIL world’s most-innovative co

=> Govt appoints Rajiv Kumar as new VC of Niti Aayog

=> NE cuisine is a buffet of unique recipes & flavours

*Financial Express*

=> US President Donald Trump eyes top policy aide for communications director role

=> 43 civilians killed in US-led airstrikes in Syria’s Raqqa

=> Turkey warns new military moves in Syria imminent

=> Russia slams US decision to exit from Paris agreement, calls it ‘terrible mistake’

=> United Nations adopts tougher sanctions on North Korea

=> $1 million payout over exploding whipped cream dispenser in France

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Worried about bank deposit rate cuts? Turn to mutual funds to earn more

Worried about bank deposit rate cuts? Turn to mutual funds to earn more


Many individuals are concerned about more banks following the example set by State Bank of India and reducing interest on savings bank deposits and fixed deposits. Many of them, especially retired folks who bank on interest income to take care of their living expense, believe that further reduction in deposit rates are likely to put their finances under severe strain.

The public sector leviathan cut interest rates on savings bank deposits by 0.50 per cent on Tuesday. The move, coming two days before the Reserve Bank of India’s monetary policy review, probably heralding a change in savings bank deposit rates, as many large banks take cue from the public sector major. A rate cut by RBI tomorrow may result in cuts in term or fixed depoists, too.

But should investors be worried? Well, a little bit may be, but not more that that. To begin with, one should not keep a lot of money in savings bank account. Remember, savings bank account mostly offer measly 4 per cent per year. That doesn’t even beat the inflation. Even term deposits barely beat the living inflation. So, it would be a better idea if you can turn your attention to mutual fundsto earn a little extra return.


If you are parking the money for a year or little over a year, you may take a look at arbitrage funds. Arbitrage funds look to exploit the price difference of securities between the cash and future market. These schemes are treated as equity schemes for the purpose of taxation. That means if investments are held over a year, they qualify for long-term capital gains tax. Long-term capital gains tax on equity schemes is currently nil. Arbitrage funds offered 6.31 per cent return in the last year.

Investors can also take a look at various debt schemes, depending on their investment horizon. Debt mutual funds are riskier than bank deposits, but they may also offer marginally higher returns. They score on after tax returns if investments are held over three years. Investment in debt funds held over three years qualify for long-term capital gains tax of 20 per cent with indexation. The indexation benefit helps to reduce tax considerably, especially when inflation is high.