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Today, study subjects, While the likes of Vidya Balan and Madhuri Dixit Nene have come to symbolify the traditional six yards,in a red and gold sari.The dhak-dhak girl looked ethereal in a splendid red Anita Dongre handwoven sari with gold bootis all over and must have definitely made heads turn A pair of beautiful chandbali and pearl bangles added to her traditional attire Dusky beauty LARA DUTTA looked majestic in a purple butterfly hand-embroidered lehenga by Monisha Jaising at a wedding She paired her lehenga with beautiful emerald-pearl jewellery and was styled by celebrity stylist Esha Amiin The beauty definitely scored brownie points for her golden clutch that blended well with the detailed golden embroidery work on her lehenga NEHA DHUPIA at a recent appearance to promote her upcoming movie Moh Maya Money– and she looked like a million bucks herself The actress’ lookwas the perfect marriage of chic and desi in her metallic silver sari from the fashion house of Anavila silver box clutch and gunmetal jewellery from Curio Cottage The red roses on her sleek mid-parted hairbun splashed the optimal colour on her otherwise monochromatic attire We loved her understated minimal makeup We loved these actresses’ love affairs with the six yards Did you Let us know in the comments section below For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Nisha Madhulika | New Delhi | Updated: November 24 2015 7:53 pm (Source: nishamadhulikacom) Related News Papad sabzi is a traditional recipe from Rajasthan which can be prepared instantly by frying the papads and sautéing them in gravy made of curd-tomato Enjoy this tempting sabzi with chapatti missi roti bajra roti parantha or rice Cooking time: 15 mins | Serves: 3-4 Ingredients cup papad 2 (ground) tomatoes 1 green chilly 1 inch piece ginger 2 to 3 tbsp oil 2 to 3 tbsp green coriander (finely chopped) 1 tbsp dry fenugreek leaves tsp cumin seeds tsp turmeric powder 1 tsp coriander powder tsp red chilly powder Method *Roast the papads You can fry the papads in oil roast them on flame directly or microwave them for 2 mins *Add cup water in the curd and whisk well *Take 2 tbsp oil in wok and heat sufficiently When the oil is hot add cumin seeds Saute for while and then add asafoetida turmeric powder coriander powder and dry fenugreek leaves *Now add tomato ginger green chilly paste followed by red chilly powder and sauté the masala until oil starts separating *After sauteing the masala add 1 cup water cover and allow it to simmer When gravy starts simmering add curd little by little and stir the gravy constantly until it simmers again else curd can coagulate Now add salt and some green coriander in the gravy Break the papads in small chunks and add them to the gravy Cover the sabzi and cook on low flame for 2 minutes *Check the sabzi now it’s ready Take out the sabzi in a serving bowl and garnish with some green coriander Serve this tantalizing papad sabzi with chapatti parantha rice or naan Suggestion: *Don’t use curd immediately after taking it out from the refrigerator else curd can curdle Use curd with room temperature *You can even use onion in the sabzi For this finely chop the onion and sauté it before going ahead with step 3 This recipe has been taken from http://s.wwwnishamadhulikacom/en For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Jammu | Published: July 8 2011 9:20 pm Related News Two persons were arrested today with over 3200 intoxicant capsules in Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir Purshotam Kumar and Birbal were held with the illegal consignmentpolice said The consignment was reportedly being supplied to the youths in adjoining areasthey said A case has been registered against them For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Premankur Biswas | New Delhi | Published: January 18 2015 1:00 am Trigger-happy at Sudder Street (Source: Express Photo by Subham Dutta) Related News If the brain changes matter breathes fearfully back on man — But now the great crash of buildings and planets breaks thru the walls of language and drowns me under its Ganges heaviness forever — Last Night in Calcutta Allen Ginsberg American poet and star of the Beat generation Allen Ginsberg visited Kolkata in the late 1960s and by all accounts loved the city — it moved him and tested him in equal measure And for a short while he called Sudder Street home He lived in its flea-pit hotels did a variety of drugs spent hours at the burning ghats trying to overcome his fear of death sought out godmen and their prescriptions for nirvana and spent time with the Hungryalist quartet formed by poets Malay Roy Choudhary Shakti Chattopadhyay Samir Roychoudhury and Debi Roy It was 1968 and the street named after an old “sadar” court of appeal symbolised freedom a convergence of minds and cultures that defied easy categorisation International tourists at Raj’s Spanish Cafe (Express photo by Subham Dutta) In the 1960s and 1970s when the hippies started streaming into India Kolkata was a favoured stopover because of its proximity to Kathmandu; with its cheap hotels and location in the centre of the city Sudder Street promised the best hashish pimps and their “college girls” and all sorts of goods and services that would make the middle-class Bengali wrinkle their nose in consternation or disgust or both “In the 1970s when I was growing up in the area my school friends would refuse to visit my home For them visiting Sudder Street was akin to visiting a red light area Anyone living here had to be involved in something seedy” says 50-year-old businessman Vipul Shah who owned a cyber cafe in the area till the mid-2000s Over the years Sudder Street has grown as a backpacker’s haven a reliable fleamarket for hip clothes and accessories a neighbourhood full of cheap good restaurants and as the bhadrolok will tell you a den of decadence The latest blow to its reputation came when earlier this month the Kolkata Police arrested three tour guides from Sudder Street along with two others from Gaya for allegedly gang-raping and robbing a Japanese tourist But its residents are not going to give up without a fight “This incident is like an alarm bell for us We need to convince visitors that Sudder Street is not really the monster that it’s being made out to be” says Rajan Prasad Pal proprietor of the popular Raj’s Spanish Cafe in the area “We have to realise that the onus of safety of the people here lies on both the police and the residents If we warn our regulars to not trust local louts if we have more organised tours things will be different” says Tapan Pramanik officer-in-charge New Market police station The Japanese tourist was allegedly duped by a guide and his friends who coerced her to visit Bodh Gaya with them Lucille Berard 23 who is on a backpacking trip across India from France has heard about the incident but doesn’t want that to cloud her “experience” “I feel quite safe here though I understand how quickly that can change I am sure if I take proper precautions nothing untoward will happen” she says Near Raj’s Spanish Cafe Govind Kumar Prajapti17 is perched on a borrowed bike A resident of faraway Canal East Road he visits the street every week to make “friends” “I want to improve my English How is it wrong to befriend new people and learn from them” he asks Spanish tourist Maria Lopez 22 doesn’t seem to mind “I have talked to them a few times They only want to be friends I feel it’s wrong to look upon everyone with suspicion Of course I make sure that I don’t go anywhere alone with them” says Lopez who also volunteers at the nearby Missionaries of Charity Meanwhile Sudder Street shows telltale marks of a neighbourhood trying to shed its skin Each corner has a a cafe offering “European dishes” travel agents come with the guarantee of Lonely Planet stamp and beer bars have a “family section” In the last few years two luxury hotels have sprung up in the dusty noisy neighbourhood; scurrying to break even traditional backpacker joints are now charging close to Rs 1000 for a room “Even a few years ago rooms were available for Rs 300 in the area now the average room rate is Rs 800” says Lakhan Jha of Blue Sky Cafe the first European style cafe in the area During the day in the mellow winter light the entire expanse of the street a few hundred metres stretching from the iconic Indian Museum to Free School street looks decidedly festive Streamers hang from trees a gaggle of Korean tourists crowd at a street-side kimchi stall (unpretentiously called Nataraj) and the neon lights of bars and eateries glow an hour too early And right at the middle of it at the corner of Madge Lane that connects Sudder Street to Lindsay Street is a green treasure trove of nostalgia Since 1783 the Fairlawn hotel has been a bastion of respectability The 232-year-old building has housed many distinguished guests including the likes of Shashi Kapoor and the Kendal family Julie Christie Tom Stoppard Gunter Grass and anybody who would like to step into a time machine and be transported to the Calcutta of the Raj The hotel belonged to the late Violet Smith the “Duchess of Sudder Street” who passed away last year at the age of 93 Here a different Sudder Street exists one that offers old-fashioned pleasures such as gin-and-tonic taken at sundown on the verandah “Fairlawn is actually a destination for most of our guests They come from different foreign countries to experience the old-world charm of the place Money is not an issue for them” says Hasan who has been associated with the hotel for more than a decade and seems eager to disassociate the property from its less-genteel surroundings For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shruti Chakraborty | Published: December 3 2017 12:00 am The winter wonderland created by Christmas markets around the world is every bit as fun and amazing as portrayed by countless holiday movies (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News Christmas means lights food family and the warm feeling of holidays Did I mention food Imagine hundreds of stalls with warm freshly-baked breads cakes cookies candies and lollies home-made chocolates tarts and pies and oh apple strudels Warm ones And at the centre of it all a huge Christmas tree decked up with the most fantastical ornaments probably produced in the small Chinese town of Yiwu around 300 km south of Shanghai which has been called China’s Christmas Village for producing 60 per cent of the world’s Christmas decorations That minor bit of dampening economics aside the winter wonderland created by Christmas markets around the world is every bit as fun and amazing as portrayed by countless holiday movies Here are five such markets that should be on your bucket list: Old Town Square Tallinn Estonia November 17 2017 – January 6 2018 This year marks 575 years since the first Christmas tree was displayed at the market Sample Estonian delicacies and Christmas specials such as sauerkraut and blood sausages along with hot drinks There will be folk dances and even a cabaret devised around Moulin Rouge on New Year’s Eve Also white Christmas alert Dresden Striezelmarkt Altmarkt Square Dresden Germany November 30 – December 24 This traditional market dates back to 1434 and boasts of the world’s tallest Christmas pyramid (14m high) and the world’s biggest nut cracker Pick up wonderful local souvenirs from filigree lace from Plauen to blow-glass tree decorations from Lauscha Strasbourg France November 24 – December 24 Festooned timber houses towering fir trees and a market that dates back to 1570 Strasbourg will enchant any tourist during the holiday season Be sure to try the local bredele a special Christmas biscuit that comes in many flavours and can be a great memento to carry back home Main square Bruges Belgium November 24 2017 – January 1 2018 Laid out beneath the medieval Belfort bell tower which offers spectacular panoramic views of the city the Christmas market in Bruges is as intimate as it is magical Try the various tipples on offer and if you care for some sport then there is an ice rink nearby Vienna Austria November 16 – December 26 The Viennese Christmas markets — and there are said to be 20 — are unforgettable because of its backdrop These markets are said to have started in the Middle Ages when Albrecht I allowed the citizens of the state to hold a December market or Krippenmarkt in 1298 Now each of these markets have a peculiarity be it sampling the baroque lifestyle at the Belvedare Palace or sampling Glühwein (mulled wine) at Christmas Village Altes AKH For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: June 1 2011 11:41 am Related News Seems like Shah Rukh Khan is trying hard to mend fences with former friend Salman as SRK was all praise for the ‘Dabangg’ star’s upcoming film ‘Ready’ and is optimistic about the film’s fate “I have seen two songs of ‘Ready’…they are good” said Shah Rukh in Mumbai The two songs–‘Character Dheela’ and ‘Dhinka Chika’ from the Salman-Asin starrer are already racing ahead on the music charts ThoughShah Rukh did not make it clear whether he would see the film but his children would “My children are going to see the film day after tomorrow I think it will be a very nice film” he said RecentlySalman had said if Shah Rukh had to apologise then instead of saying it on television (Karan Johar’s show — Koffee with Karan) he should have come hometo which Shah Rukh said”I don’t have anything to say” In 2008a star-studded birthday party of Katrina Kaif turned into a battle of the two super stars following which Salman had said”SRK and I can never be friends” while Shah Rukh said”Salman and I don’t talk which is absolutely right” In 1995the two actors worked together in Rakesh Roshan’s ‘Karan Arjun’ and then in 2002 in ‘Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Hyderabad | Published: September 10 2009 8:15 pm Related News “Vital clues” have been collected by the high-powered committee of DGCA from the helicopter crash site which visited the dense Nallamalla forest range in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh todayofficial sources said Former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy and four others were killed in the chopper crash in Nallamalla forest area on September 2 The five-member Director-General of Civil Aviation expert team led by R K TyagiChairman and Managing Director of the Pawan Hans Corporationprobing into the causes of the helicopter crashtoday carried out on-site investigations and examined the crash area within a radius of 100 meters between Rudrakonda and Pavuralagutta hillsthey said “The team members videographed the entire area of the crash site from different angles and also took photos before collecting the crucial pieces of the helicopter wreckage” said Kurnool District Superintendent of Police Ch Srikant The expert team examined the crash site for about five hours on the hilly terrain and is likely to visit Kurnool once again after a weekthe SP said Meanwhileaccording to unconfirmed reports the chopper was flying at an altitude over 3000 feet above sea-level when it lost contact with ATC Hyderabad while possibly flying over the Nallamala forest area where the height of the hillocks are said to be about 1800 ft For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: March 1 2011 6:54 pm Related News Want to know if you are likely to catch a cold or develop joint ache as you get older Welldiagnosis is at your finger lengthsay scientists According to the scientistsstudying the length of your fingersspecifically your ring and index fingerscould help you determine your risk of more serious health complaints such as cancer and heart problems For exampleif your ring finger is longer than index fingeryou could be twice as likely to develop osteoarthritis of the kneeresearchers from Nottingham University found when they measured the fingers of 2000 people with the condition Likewiseanother study led by Professor John Manning of Swansea University involving 200 students found those with a long ring finger suffered more colds and illnesses generally than those with longer index fingers There were also more reported cases of chickenpox and German measles among this group The scientists claim that one’s finger length is determined in the wombby how much one’s exposed to the sex hormones oestrogen and testosterone Testosteronethe “male hormone”encourages growth of the ring fingerand oestrogenfemale hormonefuels growth of index finger Whether one’s index or ring finger is longer is a signpost to you having more testosterone or oestrogen in one’s body Andexposure to these hormones early in life seems to influence one’s risk of diseasesay the scientists “Between weeks eight and 12 in the wombthe levels of the sex hormones have a major impact on the development of the brainheart and other organs” said Prof Manningthe author of ‘The Finger Ratio’was quoted by the ‘Daily Mail’ Howeveraccording to himwith further researchfinger lengths may be used as a guide to determine who could be at risk of whatenabling people to make lifestyle changes to reduce their risk To find out which of your fingers is longermeasure your ring finger and index finger from the crease nearest the palm to the tip The best hand to measure is your right handsaid Prof Manning For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News make sure you don’t overcook them and they are still slightly crunchy. * Knead them well adding water. Railway sources said Howrah-bound Geetanjali Express, JMM and JVM are supporting the UPA government at the Centre. which was expected to cover the entire Andaman Islands and some parts of south Bay of Bengal in the next three or four days.
but also for the SC Pulaya community he hails from. In the 1960s,Priyanka Chopra in a sequined kurta and Ritiesh Deshmukh,known for manufacturing world-famous bats, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Johannesburg | Published: May 22, drinking water filtration and larger pantries when compared with 2011 numbers. Adhayan Suman and filmmaker Karan Johar. leading investigators to suspect that the wanted accused may be getting help through tip-offs. “She told us that after she became unconscious,126 men and 11.
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