Sunday, November 27, 2005
If they are gona cut power for 4 hours, then I think it better be with 1 hour gaps. i.e. For 4 hours power cut they can cut power 4 times with 1 hour gap inbetween. That will let me breath, specially in summer heat. For 12 hours 12 gaps ?
What do think about it ?
Posted by Gurudatta Raut at 3:53 AM
Monday, November 21, 2005
To all Pune Bloggers-
To your surprise, I reced.phonecall from Radio Mirchi and one girl in sweet voice told me that she will take my interview after 15 min. I asked her about what. She told I read your blog through Punebloggers,it was nice. She interviewed me on what is blog for,how I feel about writing,what is percentage of Pune ppl.blogging, how it works etc.
So, now it's your turn to listen Radio Mirchi tomorrow 9am to 10am. (err, you might be busy). Try it if possible. Afterall, it's all about us, Punebloggers.
Posted by Medha P at 5:50 AM
Saturday, November 12, 2005
I would like to introduce you all to two blogger brothers from Pune
- Vishwas Chiplunkar whose interests are ancient Indian mathematics, ancient systems of predictions including Chineese I-Ching, Egyptian Tarot, Kabala, Persian Ramal, Tajik, Gemini Sutras etc. He's also interested in various topics from Recreational Mathematics like magic squares etc. His other areas of interests are Logic Puzzles, card tricks, Chess, Su-Doku, Rubik's Cube, Board Games, Mazes, and alike mathematical / Scientific toys.
- Yashwant Chiplunkar whose interests are related to Electronics especially Ham Radio.
Posted by Satish Manohar Talim at 5:14 PM
Tuesday, November 08, 2005
This post has been cross-posted from my personal blog
In a Maharashtrian city like Pune, you would expect to see a Saravana Bhavan style fast food/snack bar all over the city that serves exclusive Maharatrian snacks. But no, there are none of that kind. Yes there are the ubiquitous tapris which serve you poha, upma, vada pav. misal pav etc etc along with the South Indian snacks. But no exclusive Maharashtrian snack bar chain. Its not that Maharashtrian cusine does not boast of a variety of delicious snack items. It does, but still when you come to think of it, if you want to suggest a place to eat good Maharasthrian snacks to anybody who is asking for it, it will be hard to pin point one. There might be one place here and one place there, but not as a chain.
Instead of snack bars like these, you get to see a chain of restaurants serving generally multi-cuisine, owned by the Shettys. And on any given evening, most of these restaurants would be packed with people. So why not an exclusive Maharahtrian snack bar ?
Posted by Srihari SN at 8:28 AM