SACHIN Tendulkar, a mentor for Mumbai Indians, may not have travelled to UAE with the team this IPL season, but he has been wellrepresented by his son Arjun. Tendulkar Junior, an aspiring cricketer himself, is not an official Mumbai Indians member but is often seen bowling in the nets. The left-arm pacer is earning a lot of praise from the IPL league players for his work ethics. New Zealand’s Trent Boult and Australia’s James Pattinson, in fact, posted a video chat, in which they admitted that Arjun spends maximum time in the gym.
New man in Bihar
Jha is the man Delhi’s and Patna’s poweratti are watching closely. The
have held our breath ever since we heard in August that one of India’s finest chefs, the Mumbai-raised Bangkok-based Garima Arora, had left her destination restaurant Gaa rather abruptly. Garima has just announced her new location. She is soon to open a new “casual modern Indian breakfast canteen by day and wine bar by night” called Here. While we are wondering if our poha mixes with a glass of pinot, there’s more. Soon enough, Garima says, the top floor of Here will house the new space for goodold Gaa. Garima’s announcement was received with cheers from her fellow chefs Vicky Ratnani,
seems the Goan sun, mixed with a little Sunday sangria of course, has caused your diarist to make a little boo-boo. We erroneously mentioned Harsh Goenka being a part of Kolkata finance heavyweight Utsav Parekh’s brunch at a local restaurant. Harsh is in Mumbai, in fact, and it was his brother
THE pandemic has worked wonderfully for some marriages and disastrously for others. Like the case of this handsome cricketer and his beautiful wife. Otherwise on the road for most of the year playing matches, one would have felt that an extended stay at home would do good. But this star player and his missus are having a lot of trouble. We hear the lady walked out of home and marriage a few months ago, and the cricketer is heartbroken. As soon as this season’s games are through, he hopes to win her back.