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Kalyan Karmakar
'They used to tell me stories to make me eat. Now I look for stories when I eat'. Blog at Finely Chopped. Author of The Travelling Belly
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Kalyan Karmakar 6h
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Kalyan Karmakar 9h
Replying to @kaniskac @TheQuint
Wonderful.
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Kalyan Karmakar 9h
Replying to @anindya0909
Yes
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Kalyan Karmakar 10h
Replying to @ShoaibDaniyal
A far cry from the early 90s and the post Babri period when the BJP office was in one of the tiny lanes at Central Avenue which we passed on the way to Presi
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Kalyan Karmakar 12h
Replying to @lakshmisharath
A sobering thought
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Kalyan Karmakar 13h
An unintentional but interesting with a predictable outcome. Shared this pic yesterday & link to a blog post: Twitter: ‘Ketchup with paratha 🥴🤣🤨’ (the post explains why) Instagram: ‘Loved the story about your grandmom’ FB: 👍
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Kalyan Karmakar 15h
Replying to @VernikaAwal @TheQuint
How lovely
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Kalyan Karmakar 16h
Replying to @TheQuint
The publication is Their payment terms said 14 days of raising invoice. My commissioning editor followed up with me the moment the article was out & transferred within the ballpark with no follow ups. Taking the name here as it’s such a pleasant change in the industry🙏🏽
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Kalyan Karmakar 16h
I read that as bloggers for a moment
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Kalyan Karmakar 16h
As freelancers we often tweet angstily about clients who give grief on payments Well, in the last 24 hours, a publication I wrote for the 1st time transferred the money within the committed time & an agency I am working with for the 1st time did so with the advance. There’s hope!
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Kalyan Karmakar retweeted
Daisaku Ikeda Quotes May 22
No matter what the state of society or the times, each of us can contribute to peace in our immediate environment. We can do this by encouraging even one young person and enabling them to tap into their potential.
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Kalyan Karmakar 18h
Replying to @VernikaAwal
My granny had predicted it when I spoke to her yesterday. She has the same powers as Bran
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Kalyan Karmakar 18h
Thanks. It was a special@moment and she is a special person
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Kalyan Karmakar 18h
Yes, they do it and call it a poro. My mom in law makes it and it’s lovely
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Kalyan Karmakar 18h
Finely Chopped: Nothing spells 'home' like a plate of piping hot alu parathas
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Kalyan Karmakar May 22
Replying to @MakKhandekar
True. This was just salt, pepper, onion, tomatoes and coriander though. No chilli powder.
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Makarand Khandekar May 22
Replying to @Finelychopped
The Indian Masala Omlette is such a understated dish. In my mind it is the dish that decides how you will get thru the day.
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Kalyan Karmakar May 22
Replying to @baxishweta @thesatbir
The post has answers to all your questions
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Kalyan Karmakar May 22
Replying to @anaggh @thesatbir
Please click on the link and you will find your answer 👻
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Kalyan Karmakar May 22
‘You complete me,’ said the plate to the omelette.
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