The match fixers.

Have you being following the Indian premier league,well it’s being called the IFL i.e The Indian fixed league,well well amazing nice.You know i did know that those catches which were so sensationally easy have been

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sensationally dropped then there has to be some sensational money and sensational people involved and a sensational scandal in the making,this word sensational i tell you felt a little “fixed” i tell you.Spot Fixing,Match fixing and fixing of all varieties and types are erupting in the front page of the newspaper, people of all demeanor and types where caught in the cross-fire or you can say that they are still being caught.The biggest fatality being the chairman of a certain company who also happens to be the chairman of the board of a powerful Indian cricket body and also a team owner in the IPL,well the best part is he just won’t step down from any of the position’s he currently holds in the meanwhile blaming the media for all the turmoil in his life,pretty interesting wow!it makes me feel as if i am watching some comical Indian soap,with all of its twists and even more twists,now this soap opera has given an exiled former IPL commisioner an opportunity to tell all the people how they could have avoided all of this if he hadn’t been kicked out of this thing Called ipl which he claims to have created,but sir what i feel is that this has been going on for a very very long period of time not only one season,and WATS up with people wanted in their own country running out of their own country to avoid getting arrested straight to Britain,first certain former Pakistani president and then this IPL Commissioner,money and political assembly i tell you Man kinds gift to Mankind.Well this great Indian circus does not seem like it is going to end sometime soon,but i have to end this article unless i want to lose your attention because the average attention span of a human is really short almost migidish and yeah i do know the spelling of migidish might be wrong but am not writing a dictionary,so see ya around.

And yes for all those friends and girlfriends of mine who would like to bet,well it is not legal in India so unless you want to get caught and want your images to be splashed all over the media and your family extended family and all those who ever knew you knowing that you bet and even those strangers like your neighbor hood elderly gentleman who walks up to you and says”so you bet hah,are you also a gang banger,no because this loser down the street isn’t repaying my money!”if you do not want any of this then watch out!PEACE.


Place to go to when you are in Mumbai.

You are a foreign tourist in India and you have eaten a lot of Indian food or do not want to eat Indian food  you want to eat sushi or probably even a ravioli basically something international,well then i have a list of  restaurants most of which are located in south Mumbai(south Mumbai is one of the most visited places in Mumbai especially by international tourists.)some of them are located in the famous suburbs of Mumbai like Bandra etc.


Frangipani well if you want to go fill your stomach with a sumptuous breakfast  this is the place to go to it starts at 7 am and the breakfast goes on till 12 noon,the best part is it is a buffet breakfast so you do not have to be worried about ordering something you do not like.They have both an Indian as well as an international menu(continental,Mediterranean etc)Ground Floor, Trident Hotel, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400 021, India


Mainland china.In the mood of eating some awesome Chinese food, when in Mumbai well then this is the place for you,try the buffet lunch or you can even try the Ala-carte even though both are pretty much awesome.1, 2nd Floor, Block A, Sobo Central Mall, Tardeo Road, Haji Ali 3222 1038

3.tablethe table care for some continental food?try this place out when you are visiting the gateway of India in colaba.Address: Kalash Peshi Building, Near Hotel Suba Palace, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Marg, Apollo Bandar, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400005.Phone:022 2282 5000

4photo_amadeus_nariman-point_mumbai@b4tlhqpg_3yul_3_300.Want to eat spanish food try Amadeus and you can select from a collection of wines to go along with your food.comer bien. address:National Centre of Performing Arts, Gate No. 2, Nariman Point, Mumbai.Contact no- by bayThis is place is a treat to be at if you like as the name suggests eating pizza by the bay or anything else by the for that matter try pizza by the bay,personal suggestion try the Bombay masala pizza and you can have a lot of other things from a large variety of pizzas and pastas and more,and there is another section within the restaurant where they  play jazz music at night and serve awesome buffet in the afternoon,located on the iconic marine drive promenade.address-Veer Nariman Rd, Churchgate, Mumbai, Maharashtra.Contact no-022 2282 0957.


Though i have got mixed reviews for this fine dine place but i would still recommend this place.Umame servesAsian, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Singaporean food,this place is located right opposite to the iconic church-gate and in the iconic eros theater building.Address-1st Floor, East Wing, Eros Theater Building,Churchgate, no-022 66334233, 022 66356908.

7.Fountain sizzlersfsizz

located in the iconic Flora Fountain-CST station area,this place serves some awesome sizzlers,along with salads and burgers and pastas and sandwiches and a variety a drinks.for though those of you who do not know what a sizzler is,it is basically a sizzling hot plate with  meat  or  vegetables or even both and fries and lot of cheese dats if you want the cheese and lot of different type of sauces with a big vegetarian or a meat patty on top of it,it also has rice or noodles or you can ask for both,try this one out!. Address-57 MG Road, Opposite HSBC BANK,, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra no-022 2267 0920

8.IMBISS imbissimbiss1want to eat some really awesome German food in India then you have to go to IMBISS,it serves not only awesome German food but also awesome  European and Continental food,though this joint is not located in south Mumbai for this awesome place you will have to go to Bandra west,which is located in the suburbs of Mumbai but once you reach Bandra you will find ton’s of other awesome eateries both Indian and international.Address-14,ben o lil haven,Waroda Road,Off hill road,Bandra west,Mumbai-400050.Contact no-+91 8454946413,022 26416485.

9.wsideinn woodside-inn-This place is surely going to make you feel comfortable,located in colaba a place where you can go relax have beer and eat Italian and continental food after shopping in the hot and humid  climate of Mumbai’s Colaba causeway.Address-Wodehouse Road, Opposite Regal Cinema, Colaba, Mumbai-400039. contact no-022 22875752, 022 22025525.

10.Phoenix mills-Got lot of time to spare want to go to a place which would have everything under one roof i.e restaurant’s,movie theaters,electronic outlets,famous designer outlets,pubs,grocery etc.This is the place to go to.Has some really good restaurants like Bombay blue,some pubs and food places life Irish house,it has 4 malls and various other buildings housing famous brands.A must visit.Address-462, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400013.

indian food

How many of you out there have eaten Indian food,and how many of you after eating Indian food haven’t complained about having an upset stomach because of the food,well lets not get into the matter of upset stomach.We are discussing Indian food okay.Firstly when one speaks about Indian food they automatically start thinking about curries well do you know something curries are a very small part of Indian cooking,do you think a country having 28 states and 7 union territories and a population of  1,241,491,960 having a wide variety of languages such as:  · Angika · Assamese · [(Bajjika)]{(.)} Beary bashe · Bengali · Bhojpuri · Bodo · Chhattisgarhi · Dogri · English · Garo · Gujarati · Standard Hindi · Kannada · Kashmiri · Khasi · Kokborok · Konkani · Magahi · Maithili · Malayalam · Manipuri · Marathi · Mizo · Nepali · Oriya · Punjabi · Rajasthani · Sanskrit · Santali · Sindhi · Tamil · Telugu · Tulu · Urdu . have only one cuisine,well what one thinks about when we speak about Indian food is Naan(the Indian bread) and butter chicken in gravy,well there is much more to indian food then two a fore mentioned things and we are going to discuss about them in brief,we are going to speak about the various regional indian cuisines.

  1. Gujarati food-is food from the state of Gujarat located in western india the food is predominantly vegetarian and consists of dal,rotli,shak,bhaat.some of it’s famous dishes are undhiya,puranpoli,jalebi,phapda,khaman dhokla etc.
  2. Punjabi food-it is food from the punjab region of india which is in northern india it can be both non-vegetarian as well as completely vegetarian now this is where the famous ‘BUTTER CHICKEN’ originated from
  3. Bengali cuisine is a culinary style originating in Bengal, a region in the eastern part of the Indian subcontinent, which is now divided between West Bengal and Bangladesh. Other regions, such as Tripura, and the Barak Valley region of Assam (in India) also have large native Bengali populations and share this cuisine,they love their fish and rice.
  4. Rajasthani cuisine-Originating for the Marwar region of the state is the concept Marwari Bhojnalaya, or vegetarian restaurants, today found in many part of India, which offer vegetarian food of the Marwari people.some famous dishes are daal baati,churma,laapsi,Boondi,Kadhi etc.
  5. Goan cuisine Goan cuisine consists of regional foods popular in Goa, located along India‘s west coast along the Arabian Sea. Seafood, coconut milk, rice and local spices are main ingredients of Goan cuisine. The area is located in a tropical climate, and spices and flavors are intense. Use of Kokum is another distinct feature. Goan food cannot be considered complete without fish. It is similar to Malvani cuisine/Konkani cuisine.famous goan dishes-Goan cuisine consists of regional foods popular in Goa, located along India‘s west coast along the Arabian Sea. Seafood, coconut milk, rice and local spices are main ingredients of Goan cuisine. The area is located in a tropical climate, and spices and flavors are intense. Use of Kokum is another distinct feature. Goan food cannot be considered complete without fish. famous goan dishes-Sorpotel,Ambotik,Vindaloo,Sol Kadi,Xacuti,Cafrial etc.
  6. Hyderabadi cuisine is a princely legacy of the Nizams of Hyderabad, India It is heavily influenced by Turkish (Biryani), Arabic (Haleem), Mughlai and Tandoori, with considerable influence of the spices and herbs of the native Telugu and Marathwada cuisine.[1][2]some of it’s famoush dishes are-hyderabadi biryani,hyderabadi haleem,dalcha,kubuli are some of its wide variety of food items.
  7. South Indian cuisine includes the cuisines found in the four southern states of India: Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu The similaritiesare the presence of rice as a staple food, the use of lentils and spices, the use of dried red chillies and fresh green chillies, coconut and native fruits and vegetables like tamarind, plantain, snake gourd, garlic, ginger, etc. Overall all the four cuisines have muchin common and differ mostly in the spiciness of the food.some of its famous dishes-a large range of curries,rice dishes and dishes with usage of spices,dosa,idli,sambhar,rasam,vada etc
  8. North indian cuisine it involves a large large variety of dishes as it involves various states.
  9. Maharashtrian (or Marathi) cuisine is cuisine of the Marathi people, those from the state of Maharashtra in India. Maharashtrian cuisine covers a range from being mild to very spicy dishes. Wheat, rice, jowar, bajri, vegetables, lentils and fruit form important components of Maharashtrian diet. Popular dishes include puran poli, ukdiche Modak, and batata wada.But this was only till mumbai-ya food came into existence,it is basically the food of mumbai where cuisines of various states actually leave alone states those of various different countries have been put together to cater to the taste buds of it’s inhabitants,you come to mumbai and most probably will find the cusine you are looking for.
  10. Bihari cuisine (Hindi: बिहारी खाना, Urdu: بِہاری کھانا‎) is eaten mainly in Bihar, Jharkhand, Eastern Uttar Pradesh.Bihari cuisine is predominantly vegetarian because traditional Bihar society influenced by Buddhist and Hindu values of non-violence did not eat eggs, chicken, fish and other animal products.some famous dishes are-Khichdi,saag(and not shag),3]Kafta,VegKorma,Paalak paneer,Shaahi paneer,Jhor Waali Machhli etc.