PART 1 : the Indian style :
Fionaa : Hi ! We met yesterday ! Where are you staying ?
Aneeta : I am staying at Dombivali.
Fionaa : Where are you working ?
Aneeta : I am working at Glaxo. I'm extremely-sorry, I forgot your name. What's your good name ?
Fionaa : My " good " name is Fiona.
Aneeta : you know, Fiona, I am so lucky ! I have a secured job, a matured husband, and I am never tensed up. Let's meet up, someday.
THE CORRECT VERSION :
Fionaa : Hi ! We had met yesterday. Where do you live ?
Aneeta : I live in Dombivali.
Fionaa : Where do you work ?
Aneeta : I work at Glaxo. I'm sorry, I've forgotten your name. What's your name ?
Fionaa : I'm Fionaa.
Aneeta : Fionaa, I'm a lucky woman. I have a secure job, a mature husband, and I am never tense. Let's meet each other, some day.
NOTE : the names have been expanded, purposely, to avoid any direct
offense (I prefer North-American English, so here's no " offence. " ).