#MaharashtraElections2014 A sitting MLA of one of the Navi Mumbai Vidhan Sabha constituencies is distributing a well printed book with his achievements listed long before the election code of conduct kicks in a few days from now.
Even before all the sweets consumed during Ganesha Festival get digested, it’s time for another feast. This is the Hotel Delux in Fort that serves good food from Kerala and they have long weekend of special Onam lunch served on a leaf starting next Friday. You know if the food is authentic when you find a visitor from Kerala has found a chair to sit outside the restaurant, reading a Malayalam book resting on his well used Safari or VIP suitcase stilling smelling of Netravati Express as he waits for a friend or another appointment close by in Fort. Inside the conversations are also about fish. A regular with a central Travancore accent asks for mathi or sardines fried even though he knows that he will not get it during the monsoons. They spoil fast. He then tells the captain about the lorries that come from Vishakapatnam or Andhra (the ones you see near dadar fish market on tulsi pipe road I think) sometimes carry sardines. However, the Onam feast they will have is vegetarian and you will have to order the fish extra.
"Generally speaking, beliefs arise from an event or character that may or may not be authentic, and rapidly evolve into social movements that are conditioned and shaped by the political, economic and societal circumstances of the group that accepts them. … A large part of the mythology that…
If you know of any bat colonies in Mumbai, send your pictures to a group of people who are collecting data about bats at email@example.com according to a story in yesterday’s Mumbai Mirror. Yes, it’s not just Dr Watsa’s Sexpert column that I read | This is a colony of bats on the main Sion-Panvel highway near the Punjabwadi-Saras Baug bus stop