Sunday, August 29, 2004


Aug 25th was my Birthday. I had a great time in Bangalore with two of my closest friends. One had dropped in all the way from Mysore and the other had taken permission and left office early to join us. We went out where else except the good old M.G.Road. It was an evening to remember. Hats off to both of you and thanks to all those wished me.

Surprisingly it was only on Aug 28 that I gathered myself to finally visit Forum - shopping mall. Its a small scale version of the Chennai - Spencer Plaza. Did some shopping in Archies and Landmark. They are pretty standardized and same wherever you go. But the "Lush" outlet is good. It is the first Indian outlet of the UK MNC. It sells exotic - hand made natural cosmetics. They have wide range from Facials, Shampooes, Conditioners, Aromatherapy etc. Though the price is on the higher side, it might be worth it.

Sunday, August 22, 2004

Fight Club

Brad Pitt stars in David Fincher's movie "Fight Club". It is not the regular hollywood fare which we are used to. Its a slick, beautifully directed movie. I don't want to spoil the fun by giving you a preview. You better get hold of a DVD. I can assure you that you will not repent for the time you spent.

Saturday, August 21, 2004

The paper tigers choke again

Tomorrow the media will be baying for the blood of Indian sportspersons. So I don’t have to waste my time on that. Still for the records, I am posting the results over here.

Today the Indian cricket team went down by 66 runs to Pakistan in the Videocon tournament which commenced today in Holland. Indian Team was without its star players. Sachin was ruled out of the tournament due to Tennis Elbow whereas Nehra and Harbhajan were struck by viral fever. Pakistan reached 192 in 33 overs and India could muster only 127 runs.

This was preceded by Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi - the famed doubles pair losing the bronze play off in the Olympics.

The day before that the Indian hockey team lost the semi-final berth when they went down 1-2 to Newzealand.

The only silver lining was the India A team lifting the Triangular Cricket Tournament by defeating Pakistan A by 6 wickets in the final.

Up and Running.....

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