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Catching up on old times

Monday, August 29, 2005
Today I played catch...
Catching up with old friends, family and the family astrologer.

Times change, people change - but some things about them, remain unchanged.
I met Amit, Ranjini and Nikhil today.

The limitations of time & place have set us apart -geographically.

But when we meet - it's still the good ol' days.

Cheers to that.
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Partying in Delhi

Sunday, August 28, 2005
I finally made it home.

Told my boss that I needed a break before I broke.
So I got a Friday & the weekend off (finally..)
I hauled myself down to Delhi using our nation's national carrier and decided to cut loose.
My social circle in Delhi is limited to a fwe friends of yesteryears. All happily married folks - unable to venture out of the coccoon they call home.
So I turned to my sister Tina for help. She has plenty of friends and I accompanied them on their Friday night jaunt
We first went bowling and pool at ESSEX FARMS followed by some serious dancin'n'drinkin at BUZZ.
Interesting people they are, some more than the others.

Partying the night away - (R-L) DB, Namita, Tina and me

Hold on..tight!!!

Tina giving it her best shot

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Independence Day - 2005

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

15th of August - India's Independence Day.

Nothing like a party to usher in the Biggest of the national Holidays here

So here we go...
The Participants.
1. Shiladitya a.k.a Tublu
2. Debapriya a.k.a Debu
3. Jagadish a.k.a Jaggs
4. Anshuman a.k.a PM Da
5. Arjun a.k.a. Me

That's Tublu, Me, PM da and Debu

That's Jaggs, Tublu , PM da and Debu

Threesomes are fun....

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Again - Pics

Sunday, August 07, 2005

Cafe Mondegar at Colaba. My fav Hang Out. Simply luv the Music, the beer and the crowd.
Also has some of the best Murals by Mr Miranda - depicting all aspects of Mumbai street culture

My Bank at Night. Yes - I bank with HSBC and that's their Office all lit up at night.

One of the Tourist Must Sees in Mumbai - the Gateway of India. It has quite an interesting History to it - like it was built to commemorate the visit of the British Monarch to India during the 30s.

Radio Club on a dull Saturday evening

A Tale of 2 ducks - with and without the head

They have no Pond - although they get to bask in the rain

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Some more pics.. with the new Cam

Wednesday, August 03, 2005

That's me with my "KILL ALL" look. Wonder if it'd scare anyone/thing

Thats Mallikarjun - all smiles despite his headache and the pain we inflict on him on a regular basis.

Harsh smiling - the idyllic Marlboro Man smile.

Me again - better smile this time around.

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Arjuns Tryst with the camera's Fan Box


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