Pakistanis encounter with Mumbai women

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    For Pakistanis new to this city, Mumbai = Marathi = Shiv Sena.

    It was with some wariness therefore, that some exhibitors made their first large-scale foray into trade with the commercial capital of the country at the ‘Made in Pakistan’ exhibition held last week.

    Especially since the last time something similar was held, by small and medium scale women entrepreneurs 14 years ago, it was disrupted by Shiv Sainiks. This time too, the Sena demonstrated — but outside the World Trade Centre, and the matter was quickly resolved by the Indian hosts, the FICCI (Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry) which jointly organised the exhibition with its Pakistani counterpart, the FPCCI.

    However, Mumbai’s women beat the Sena hands down. They came out of curiosity and stayed to “buy more than any retailer”, to quote one exhibitor. Within five minutes of seeing the prices of the fabrics (Rs 600-7,000), they’d phone their sisters and sisters-in-law, and buy for them. Unable to swipe credit cards, they’d go back and return with cash.

    This splurge alas, wasn’t unalloyed. Unlike Delhi women, Mumbai’s would inspect a minimum of eight pieces before settling for one. And they’d bargain. International brands meant nothing to them; they simply compared the prices at every stall. Weary already with Customs’ refusal to release their goods on time, resulting in empty stalls through the first weekend, and then heavy rain playing spoilsport, the Pakistanis gave in.

    The Customs-Sena-rain combination made some exhibitors vow never to return to Mumbai. But others were raring to come back, wiser from this experience. They’d make sure next time to send their goods much in advance. Two other interesting lessons had been learnt : 1) Contrary to expectations, Mumbai’s women, like Delhi’s, bought only L and XL sizes; the S and M sizes remained unsold. 2) Mumbai’s tastes were far more Westernised.

    Indeed, one exhibitor was pained at where this city was headed. The way Mumbai’s girls sat on Marine Drive till late, roamed around with boys and the clothes they wore… How did parents allow all this? And why wasn’t the government intervening? he asked. Back home, only Islamabad’s elite would dress so, but they travelled in private vehicles. “Theek hai, hum Pakistan hain, aap Bharat hain, magar hain to ek hi mulk – Hindustan. In just 60 years, how did we become so different?”

    Delhi with its “Punjabiyat” felt like home to most of the exhibitors, a majority of whom were from Faisalabad, Punjab. But some admitted that Mumbai’s women had overwhelmed them. Not only had they invited them home (“We had thought Mumbaikars would be narrow-minded being Marathi [read Shiv Sainik]”), but the shoppers had even dismissed the Sena’s opposition as “all politics”.“Like you, we also have our insects,” shrugged one, referring to Pakistani politicians and mullahs.

    Those who wanted to return to this city’s “humungous” market hoped that the two governments eased trade. Visas often took up to three months, and only smugglers profited, they said, adding that free trade between the two neighbours could wipe out Chinese goods. Not just Delhi and Mumbai, a huge market for Pakistani textiles exists in other cities too, especially Aurangabad, Lucknow, Surat and Ahmedabad, said one exhibitor who visits these cities often.

    Business with Modi’s Gujarat? An exhibitor whose family hails from Delhi, revealed that when he was in Surat four years ago, more than 75 businessmen met him and every one of them wanted to host him.

    “All of them were non-Muslims. One can live without religion, but not without money.”


    http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/column_pakistanis-encounter-mumbai-women_1740645
     
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    ndeed, one exhibitor was pained at where this city was headed. The way Mumbai’s girls sat on Marine Drive till late, roamed around with boys and the clothes they wore… How did parents allow all this? And why wasn’t the government intervening? he asked. Back home, only Islamabad’s elite would dress so, but they travelled in private vehicles. “Theek hai, hum Pakistan hain, aap Bharat hain, magar hain to ek hi mulk – Hindustan. In just 60 years, how did we become so different?”


    Thank god he did not say why army is not intervening:lol::lol::lol:
     
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    You are truely a PAKI expert
     
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    all because of his holiness

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    :hail::hail::hail::hail::hail::hail::hail:
     
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    I too have experienced the Marine drive syndrome. 50 cm distant scene made many of my days and evenings..:hail:
     
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    thank God we dont have people like Shiv sena that can even intervene in govt

    dont know why fanatic indians consider them as there GOD FATHER
     
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    Shouldn't you be demonstrating outside the U.S embassy right now?
     
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    :rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
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    :rotfl::rotfl::rotfl::rotfl::rotfl: good one
     
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    Baba Blackwater :hail: :hail: :hail:

    Aap mahan hain....you are the ultimate source of paki news from all over the internet.Now i will stop using google and i will subscribe to you! :hail:
     
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    Balckwater,

    Which exhibition are they talking about?
     
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    I don't know why we encourage such filth to enter the nation.

    Now this scumbag will go back and display Pakistaniyat, yammering about "superior Paki Islamic morals and loose Indian women". This filth should not be allowed in our nation. "Why does the government not intervene" - silly old Paki.
     
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    yeah and he isnt that kind of person which will appreciate the liberalness of mumbai...he is most likely to forget all this in days after returning to land of pure and he will say that our paki land is the most virgin place.
    I have personally met one paki muslim on the net.He was saying that hindus have khajuraho and kama sutra and this and that and we are immoral.
    I told him that only in hindu civilization you will find religion deal with all aspects of life beautifully .Kama sutra has tried to made love into an art and hence uplifted it from mere carnal pleasures.And we are very proud of Khajuraho and Kama Sutra.

    These so called Arabic civilizations consider themselves very pious but they are just a bunch of hypocrites.Women have not freedom but the sheikhs enjoy everything,they enslave their women and keep 4 partners and then they teach us morals lol :rofl:
     
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    It was with some wariness therefore, that some exhibitors made their first large-scale foray into trade with the commercial capital of the country at the ‘Made in Pakistan’ exhibition held last week.

    Especially since the last time something similar was held, by small and medium scale women entrepreneurs 14 years ago, it was disrupted by Shiv Sainiks. This time too, the Sena demonstrated — but outside the World Trade Centre, and the matter was quickly resolved by the Indian hosts, the FICCI (Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry) which jointly organised the exhibition with its Pakistani counterpart, the FPCCI.
     
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    You should've told him that you do not discriminate, and like Pakistani mujra just as much! :lol:
     

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