9/25/2008

Indian Real Estate starts to Tweet

I came across this rather nice way of tweeting. My batchmate(At GL) Shriram, who is with MARG Constructions, has set up a tweet account, which seems like the SEZ giving you "did-you-know" bytes. Check the MARG twitter page here

I had been to a sumptous dinner at a place called Mani's lunch home in Matunga. Matunga in Mumbai, bears a huge resemblance to Chennai's good old Mylapore and Triplicane, with temples and Tam Brahms all around.

Need to check a few good places to eat in my Mumbai Food Guide. Have my cousins coming on Sunday. I might take a short trip to Baroda this saturday to watch the Irani trophy match, time permitting.

3 comments:

Shreyas said...

For tamil soru..Mani's at Matunga is the best. You can also try out Banana Leaf in Versova. That's a slight premier Tam food Hotel.

Realty Rider said...

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Venkatraman.S said...

hey..long time and stumbled on you!

i might be coming down to mumbai next week..lets jam up.

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