- Sep 3, 2013
Realised there isn't a thread for Indian Spurs fans so decided to make one
Isn't Jamshedpur in the north east? No I left a few years back. I wouldn't mind going back, I can not tell you how much I miss the food. I always used to visit Nirulas in. Delhi, do you know it?So basically everywhere except the north east,btw do you still reside here?
It's difficult to get good Indian food in some areas ok UK, it's all westernised, and not enough spice. However if you go to an area that has been settled by Indians you can find decent food.No wonder you crave for our food but m sure u wont miss it much considering how many Indian restaurants are there in the UK
I can buy spices no problem, I do cook my own. It's recipes I even had some cooking lessons in India. It's just not the same. The only thing I can really cook well is Tandoori chicken.Most ppl I know who are either studying or settled in the UK take spices with them,may be u could do the same?
Star Sports HD 4Hey guys,
Wondering if someone could help me. I will be in India for the final game of the season against Newcastle to be more precise I will be in Punjab and have access to cable tv etc... Could you possibly tell me what channel will be showing the game as I will have to order that channel in advance!
Have a look on Facebook, there are a lot of India Spurs pages on there, very good ones that arrange match meetings etc.Hi Folks,
Just some advice pls - i'm travelling to India (Mumbai, Rajkot) in Dec, and as well as catching up with Spurs games with the India Spurs Supporters, I was hoping to catch some local sports events.
I see that there are a couple of T20 games around the time I will be in India - 14-30Dec, but I wondered if there is also any local football that I could take my 10 year old son to see. I-league, ISL, National teams etc.
Also, I am confident of catching up with Spurs Supporters in Mumbai, but I wondered whether there are any supports clubs in Gujarat area, ideally close to Rajkot.
Any help would be most appreciated, and I look forward to catching up with some of the India Spurs supporters in the coming months.