This joint is very popular among the families and he says that another reason of his popularity is that khatta-meetha pani served here has a mixed taste of Gujarat and Maharashtra.
Political biggies like Apart from panipuri, this joint is also popular for dahi samosas with which he offers six types of chutneys- khajoor, tamarind, mint leaves, garlic, green chilly and chole-chutney.
So imagine our surprise when Pune girl Sukanya Raman and her friend told us they recently attended a speed dating session in the city and are looking forward to the next.
Hear it from the participants "We accidentally discovered the event online.
Though users could say that other apps were already ahead of Whats App, a slow implementation works well in Whats App’s favour.
First—users get time to learn and use every feature as and when they are released.
Among the many participants of the event, organised by a Bengaluru-based group who are reintroducing the concept across Indian cities, was Sakshi Sharma*, the MD of a city-based educational institute.
Though she left a tad disappointed (her dates were either too young or too boring), Sakshi, 32, would consider speed dating again, if the organisers could promise better company (sorry Sakshi, we're certain they can't).
And lastly, each feature is rolled out after thoroughly testing for efficiency, data saving and performance.
He is also well-known for his vada pav and he makes everything at home including the pav, which is extremely fresh and soft.
He also takes care of the hygiene as he and all his helpers wear gloves while preparing any item.
Having heard about the concept from our friends in other countries, we decided to give it a try.
I prefer this to online dating any day, because when you're with someone face to face, you can make better judgements," says Sukanya, 25, who finds online dating uninteresting.
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