Tweets on 2012-02-04

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Travel, travel, and more travel. To California and then to Mumbai. That’s been the theme over the past month. All on official work. Capital Advisor was on auto-pilot for some time and then once the scheduled posts ran out things went a bit quiet since I couldn’t find the time to write. Over the next […]

Tweets on 2011-06-24

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On a remote ghat road. I think I’ll own a Swift as long as they keep manufacturing one. With 49,000 on the odo, the treads are beginning to wear out. Who knew those JK Tyres would hold-up this well. The Bridgestones on my Santro had given up around the 40,000 mark.

40,000 Kilometers. 705 Days to Get There. And How to Make a Swift Fall Truly, Madly, and Deeply in Love With You

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@ Shishila — On the banks of the stream flowing past the Shishileshwara Temple. Another milestone for the Swift. 40,000 kilometers. 705 Days. Nomadic! There’s only one way you can make a Swift fall truly, madly, and deeply in love with you (so that it’ll do everything you ask it to do!). Here’s how. Buy […]

Marriage and Finances: Each Should Know The Other’s Liabilities Because They Become Our Liabilities

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One of the most important things that you ought to know about your spouse before marriage is the financial liabilities that he/she brings into the relationship. Because, after marriage, they really do become “our” liabilities. In our case, I’d explicitly mentioned to D that the Swift was on a loan — I recollect mentioning the […]

Tweets on 2010-08-01

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Do you see any advantage in using “premium” fuel for your vehicle or is it simply a cost that you should avoid? I’ve owned both a Santro (sold at 45,000+ kms) and a Swift (currently at 32,000+ kms) and have never ever seen a performance/mileage difference when using “premium” fuel. Note: I didn’t run-in my […]