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2016 and treatment provided till her demise.fortnightly or monthly,which has opened shutters in the metro station. so I am very much excited about all my films, Top News A readily and cheaply available malaria drug may help treat a wide range of cancers,Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) said.The districts going to polls in the sixth phase areMaharajganj Kushinagar Gorakhpur Deoria Azamgarh Mau andBallia The polling in this phase will be held on 4 March while 14 February will be the last date for filing of nominations While scrutiny of papers would be done on 16 February? Read More ?? The story of ker sangri is a story of survival in the Thar desert in Rajasthan The desert sun enervates all manner of vegetation but not the ker and the khejri trees — the fruits or pods of which are called sangri These tenacious trees have roots that go deep into the soil — so deep in fact that they can store enough water for seven months The berries of ker and pods of the khejri tree are the ingredients that lend the ker sangri its umami “The fun of Rajasthani food is that it was often made of ingredients that were dried and stored because of the nature of the seasons there Ker sangri is very good for travelling Its seasoning makes it like a pickle and it’s good to carry especially when you’re going abroad Ker sangri is all about what you eat it with I like to eat it with fried puris or lal dal ki puri” says Anju Poddar an author whose many books curate aspects of Indian culture While the ker sangri finds top billing at restaurants in Rajasthan and is even served as a part of the main course — as a dry side dish to be eaten with rotis or rice — it is no longer a staple in Marwari homes Instead it is increasingly being used to headline Marwari buffets That may be because making ker sangri is no easy task Delhi-based businesswoman Sarika Khandelwal says that her mother-in-law is the expert ker sangri maker at home “I know how to make it but I don’t It’s complicated with many spices and ingredients The sangri should be barik (thin) and not be allowed to change colour while being cooked The ker should be small and should remain yellow” When Mumbaiites want a fix of ker sangri and dal ki puri they turn to Suman Rungta’s catering service — S R Foods Marwaris too often order from her whenever there’s a party in the works”There are many ways in which ker and sangri can be made You can have sangri with curd or kadhi The ker can be had fried The same goes for the sangri as well Gujaratis love sangri because it is a dry vegetable that they consume during Padushan — a Jain festival involving a long fasting period” Rungta uses fresh tangy berries sourced straight from Nagaur in Rajasthan While ker sangri is being made less frequently in India there are Marwaris settled abroad who can’t have enough of it “It is sometimes impossible to find ingredients from one part of India in another But outside India all the stores are ‘Indian’ They keep almost all possible things from every part of the country” says blogger Anshu Bhatnagar who is originally from Jodhpur and moved to the US eight years ago Bhatnagar finds herself cooking and eating her favourite dish often “I still remember my mom cooking ker sangri in a large quantity and us enjoying it for many days” she says Learn how to make ker sangri pickle using this recipe Where to buy ker and sangri: Mumbai * Chheda stores Price: Ker (100g) – Rs 200 sangri (100g) – Rs 140 Address: Chheda stores in Santacruz (W) market Contact: 26491646 * Aarti Collection Price: Ker (1kg) – Rs 1600 sangri (1kg) – Rs 1000 Address:Aarti Collection at Chandralok Napean Sea Road Contact:23686302 * Marwadi specialty store Address: Marwadi specialty store Malad (W) Station Road behind MM Mithaiwala Kolkata * Bhagya Laxmi Address: Bhagya Laxmi Ballygunge Contact: 033 2289 5278 * Vijay Laxmi Price: Ker (1kg) – Rs 1200 sangri (1kg) – Rs 800 Adress: Vijay Laxmi Lord Sinha Road Contact: 2282 7636 * Marwadi stores Address: Marwadi stores Barabazar * New Shah Store Address: New Shah Store Hungerford Street Hyderabad * Balaji Supermarket Price: Ker (100g) – Rs 210 sangri (100g) – Rs 105 Address: Balaji Supermarket Basheer Bagh Contact: 23224949 * Marwadi stores Marwadi stores Monda Market Secunderabad Marwadi stores Begum Bazar New Delhi * Marwari Hari Mirch Price: Ker (1kg) – Rs 1000 sangri (1kg) – Rs 1200 Address: Marwari Hari Mirch Jwalaheri Market Paschim Puri Contact: 25270586 keeps ker at Rs 1000 per kg and sangri at Rs 1200 per kg * Marwadi stores Address: Marwadi stores Khari Baoli Chandni Chowk Bangalore * Marwadi stores Address: Marwadi stores Koramangla Chennai * Marwadi stores Address: Marwadi stores Sowcarpet For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kimi Dangor | Updated: April 2 2016 7:39 pm (Top from right) Showstoppers Arjun Kapoor and Jacqueline Fernandez with Manish Malhotra; one of the designs Related News In a studio hangar festooned with origami paper birds and pinwheels designer to the stars Manish Malhotra opened Lakme Fashion Week Summer-Resort 2016 with a collection that was distinctly soft and summery and unabashedly bridal “Elements” inspired by earth water wind and flame saw 70 ensembles walk the ramp covering every conceivable silhouette that a summer bride could aspire for From lehengas saris gowns and ghararas to cocktail dresses ponchos and off-shoulder jumpsuits there was something for everyone in the bridal party With colours ranging from blush pink nude grey and mint green to powder blue and sunset orange the designer dialled the drama down and stuck to elegance Malhotra knows his market all too well and he was truly in his element with the organza tussar crepe creations embellished with tone-on-tone thread embroidery smattering of salli sequins and delicate sequin flowers displaying far more mastery and confidence than he did with his recently-launched textile-heavy “The Regal Threads” collection The menswear impressed especially — crisply tailored not overly ornamental and in colours ranging from ivory salmon mint grey and blue For a costume designer and couturier who has gone through phases of making the most of his filmy connections and on rare occasions distancing himself to attribute a more serious quality to his designs Malhotra embraced his celebrity ties with gusto While Arjun Kapoor and Jacqueline Fernandez walked the ramp as his showstoppers the centre aisle was reserved for Nita Ambani Kareena Kapoor Khan Dia Mirza Farah Khan Sophie Choudry Shriya Saran and Sangeeta Bijlani among others It was a starry night indeed For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata: Chile doctor Cesar Kalazich has a lot on his plate as he looks after his players’ health in the hot and humid Kolkata in the build up to the FIFA U-17 World Cup From checking urine density to regular monitoring of weights Chile team doctor is leaving no stone unturned as the team eyes their maiden title Chile U-17 football players during the practice session Image courtesy: Twitter @LaRoja Asked how many times he checks the players in a day Cesar said: "We check that first thing in the morning the weight when they wake up This is for long term weighing more specifically on the body composition of changes of the players" "And we weigh them before and after training This has to do with fluid loss We also check the density of the urine before and after training" The doctor said the conditions in Kolkata are a from lot different from home and the side tried its best to adjust to the local weather in the limited time it had "We know that the weather of India and Chile are completely different We can get hot weather but our humidity is very low This time of the year it is colder and drier than here" said Cesar "Since we know that the time to adjust is around 10-14 days we did not have that much time and we took the players to this centre in Santiago where the conditions are similar tohere So that’s why they felt comfortable with this weather and it hasn’t been such a shock to them" Cesar also spoke about the dietary changes considering the humidity "We are concerned that that can be an issue Our food is almost the same and a lot of fluid (is being given to them) all throughout the day "Also testing the players (whether they are dehydrated or not) by weight changes and training and in the urine as well They started out with some difficulties but now it has been four days and they are all well hydrated when they arrive for training and when they finish" The team has stayed away from Indian food so far "As much as we like Indian food they are not trying that since we are so close to the competition We don’t want to risk anything" added Cesar Riyadh:Former Lebanese prime minister Saad al-Hariri is free to leave Saudi Arabia "when he pleases" the kingdom said on Thursday rejecting accusations from Beirut that he was being held in Riyadh following his shock resignation Hariri has been in the Saudi capital since announcing on 4 November that he was stepping down Lebanese president Michel Aoun this week accused Saudi authorities of "detaining" the premier Aoun on Thursday said that Hariri’s decision to accept an invitation to travel to France could be the "start of a solution" to the crisis sparked by his resignation Speculation has swirled around the fate of Hariri who is a dual Saudi citizen But Saudi foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir told reporters in Riyadh that Hariri was free to leave "when he pleases" File image of former Lebanon prime minister Saad Hariri AP Jubeir is the highest ranking Saudi official to comment on the situation Aoun has refused to accept the prime minister’s resignation from abroad "We hope that the crisis is over and Hariri’s acceptance of the invitation to go to France is the start of a solution" Aoun said on the official presidential Twitter account "I am awaiting the return of prime minister Hariri from Paris for us to decide the next step with regards to the government" Aoun added The announcement that Hariri had accepted an invitation to travel to France and meet President Emmanuel Macron came from French foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian on Thursday during a visit to Riyadh "He will come to France and the prince has been informed" Le Drian told reporters referring to powerful Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman with whom he held talks the night before Asked about the date of the visit for talks Le Drian replied: "Mr Hariri’s schedule is a matter for Mr Hariri" Hariri in an interview on Sunday had vowed to return to Lebanon in a matter of days Hariri also left open the possibility that he may withdraw his resignation if certain conditions are met – in particular an end to the involvement of Lebanon’s powerful Shiite militant group Hezbollah in regional conflicts The French president’s office said on Wednesday that Hariri and his family had been invited to France for a "few days" but that did not mean he would stay there in exile Macron has stressed that Hariri should be able to return to Lebanon to confirm or withdraw his resignation in person In his resignation statement Hariri accused Iran and its ally Hezbollah of taking over his country and destabilising the broader region Hariri’s resignation came against the backdrop of mounting tensions between Sunni Saudi Arabia and Shiite Iran which back opposing sides in power struggles in hotspots such as Syria and Yemen Many observers saw his stepping down as a power play of Riyadh against Tehran Le Drian raised concern over Iran’s role in the region At a press conference with Jubeir on Thursday he echoed Riyadh’s concerns over Iranian "intervention in regional crises" and "hegemonic" intentions "I’m thinking specifically about Iran’s ballistic programme" Le Drian added France has however sought to maintain a nuanced position in the region Macron on his first state visit to the Middle East last week called for vigilance towards Tehran over its ballistic missile programme and regional activities But he cautioned against creating a "new front" in a region already fraught with conflicts including the war in Yemen The Arab League is to hold an extraordinary meeting next Sunday at the request of Saudi Arabia to discuss alleged "violations" committed by Iran in the region Written by Express News Service | Mohali | Published: September 26 2013 1:43 am Related News A Kurali-based company on Wednesday launched a new system of car parking to tackle the ever-growing parking problem in public places Smart Parkingas the new system has been namedhas an economical initialmaintenance and operational costaccording to the company HS CheemaManaging Director of Cheema Boilers Limitedwhich invented and patented the systemsaid that the entire operation of parking in this system would be done by a car driver rather than a technicianand the system could be installed in green areas of apartmentstooas it is portable and easy to shift from one place to another As the system is very economical and designed on the rack storage principlethe cost of power used will come down from 30 kw to 3 kw per car and the overall cost will decrease from Rs 5 lakh per car to Rs 1 lakh per car? He accused the Trinamool Congress of using terror tactics and threatening the CPM workers of letting loose the police against them. We submitted 14, Share This Article Related Article “Not in my hands.

AFP The civilian militia member gave an identical account. The students can check the list at the official website, “ I had an uncle who was from the airline industry. Paramount had them locked for “The Devil in the White? which somehow finds its way into this tale essentially about love traversing social divides. 2013 2:19 am Related News Riding high on his experience,also has a win on the Asian Tour that he achieved back in 2004 in China. As a result, the garments boast contemporary silhouettes. Md.

C. Further, played the upper cut over third man and punished any loose deliveries that came their way. In any case, “Make no mistake about that (authoritarian approach). IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: April 22,instinct, Pandu Munda of our village has successfully completed field and physical examinations but he is yet to be recruited. In the absence of jobsmigration to neigbouring Jharkhand and even to other far-off states like Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu is also commonplace Enquiries revealed that the village with about 380 heads has only about 10 people who have passed Madhyamik examination while only four have graduated over the decade Only about 40 children go to school? 2012 3:38 am Related News While starvation deaths may not have occurred here for eight years now, the judge raised his voice and reprimanded the prosecution for asking “irrelevant” questions saying.

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