Dilip left Bombay for 17 years to study computer science and, once done with that, work. Since he got back, he's been trying to make up for lost time in many different ways. These days he writes for his daily zunka-bhakar. He lives in Bombay with his wife, their two children, and two cats.You can follow him on Twitter at @DeathEndsFun. He blogs at Death Ends Fun.
For every Dhoble who thinks not paying an entry fee in a restaurant is immoral, you'll have no difficulty finding others who give that kind of posturing no importance at all, who think it's absurd to even suggest it, thank you very much. #Dada Kondke#InMyOpinion#Maharashtra#Morality#Vasant Dhoble
The RTE will do what college does — prove that the definite misfit, the one who certainly has to make some serious mental adjustments, is not the poor kid but the city-bred, 'well-to-do' kid. #CultureDecoder#GD Somani#RTE
The endless cycle of anticipation and disappointment is unfair, most of all, to Tendulkar himself. After all, he's played plenty of superb innings in the year since his 99th century. #Century#Sachin Tendulkar#ToWhatEffect
If you want to take a stock of municipal achievements, take a stroll along one of the city's various skywalks before you go to vote in the coming Municipal election. #BMC2012#MNS#Shraddha Jadhav#skywalks