Capital of the Southern state of Karnataka, Bangalore today is Asia's fastest growing cosmopolitan city.It is home to some of the most high tech industries in India. T industry views Bangalore as the 'byte-basket' of India.
She was warned against telling the men about the ghost or the puja.
“If a male member comes to know of the ghost or puja, he will go blind,” a police officer quoted the duo as telling Ameena.
It was a nutritional products based MLM company and their products were very costly, not affordable to a normal middle class in Bangalore.
Still they thought of giving this a try in their part time.
And until their team don’t refer a new member, they can’t make more money but none of team referred a single person.
Then Yogesh learnt the biggest lesson of MLM & it was – ‘”only 3% of people make big money in MLM” and now he wants to be in that 3% people. They have already approached the people they know in Bangalore but 90% of the people did not show any interest. He should target only those people who show deep interest in network marketing companies. He met one such senior member who was very successful in his MLM & making lots of money not using his local contact but unknown people through online marketing.Muskan, 21, and Shamshad, 34, both residents of Gandhinagar in Kengeri Satellite Town, were arrested a week ago based on a complaint by Ameena B, a housewife residing in KG Halli’s Muslim Colony, who said she had lost 325 gram gold.Investigators recovered 320 gram gold worth Rs6 lakh from the accused.It is the hub of jobs and is also known as the Silicon Valley of India because of its position as the nation's leading IT exporter.Two women who exploited superstition to con people of their money and valuables have been arrested, police said on Wednesday.Yogesh Srivastav is a bank manager in one of the reputed bank in Bangalore.