Souvik Das Gupta (@souvikdg)

New Delhi, India

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May 19th, 2015

@PinguicVerse Reading that over and over again. Can’t believe.

via Tweetbot for iΟS in reply to PinguicVerse from Mahavir Enclave, New Delhi

@mehulved In this case wasn’t in plain sight. Very few people know the last bus timings so they can’t take chanc#DTC info is very poor.

via Tweetbot for iΟS in reply to mehulved from Palam, New Delhi

It’s past 10:30pm.
A crowdeTC bus arrives.
Calmly watch people scamper in.
Wait 5-7 mins.
Empty AC bus arrives.
Get iss. 😎

via Tweetbot for iΟS from Munirka, New Delhi

“Your date gets offended when you call a 10K run a marathon.” — http://t.co/vdYA8SLp0B

Also, one of my favourite running-related blog.

via Tweetbot for Mac from Siri Fort, New Delhi

So @procamrunning has been handing out collectibles this year. Wish I was there.

â@somseshsh: Ran my first TCS 10Kinstagram.com/p/2xUUiAOJQh/KE”

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@jitendravyas This is quite old. Came out a couple of years back if I’m not mistaken@jackerhackck

via Tweetbot for Mac in reply to jitendravyas from Siri Fort, New Delhi

@PinguicVerse Ya I guess. Got a lot of inspiration over the weekend.

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Delhi’s getting hotter by the day. On Sunday, the Sun is expected to sweatpic.twitter.com/VN9SkCAVXRXR

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@nishankguptha I neither agree that apps are useless, not do I think that mobile friendly sites are norm yet. But yes there’s an “app wave”.

via Tweetbot for Mac in reply to nishankguptha from Siri Fort, New Delhi

I wonder if there’s any app out there that tells its user — “We also have a great website. Go check it out.”

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@bibhasdn They have to. Last I heard, average life of a mobile number in India was 20 days. @jackerhack

via Tweetbot for iΟS in reply to bibhasdn from Palam, New Delhi

@jackerhack But to think of it, everyone uses their own identifiers. Banks, insurance companies… everyone. There’s no universal way.

via Tweetbot for iΟS in reply to jackerhack from New Delhi, Delhi

@jackerhack Pretty much every loyalty program continue to have their own unique identifiers, and link it to mobile numbers. Legacy systems.

via Tweetbot for iΟS in reply to jackerhack from Mahavir Enclave, New Delhi

sowmyarao_ Know policy gigs outside Delhi? Need change of scene! @nigelbabu @PinguicVerse @puram_politics @arunmsukumar @theladiesfinger @nidsitis

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