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Gurung stated that the three party cadres died in police firing. no policy measures to create jobs, canola oil, until crisp and golden on both sides.Serve warm wrapped in pitas with tzatziki chopped cucumber tomatoes and red onion Fitness Food: For the fitness freaks here’s some protein rich dishes that will escalate your stamina and elevate your souls Devour these preparations for the right nutrient intake that supports your health goals and makes you lean 5 Powerhouse Green Smoothie Powerhouse Green Smoothie Ingredients 3/4 cup seedless green grapes 175 mL 1/2 cup ripe banana slices 125 mL 1/4 cup chopped kale 60 mL 2/3 cup non-fat plain Greek yogurt 150 mL 1 1/2 tsp canola oil 7 mL 1/2 cup ice cubes 125 mL Instructions In blender combine all ingredients Blend for about 30 seconds to 1 minute or until desired smoothness is achieved Crispy Chickpeas and Pumpkin Seeds with Lime Crispy Chickpeas and Pumpkin Seeds with Lime Ingredients 2 cans (16 oz/455 mL) chickpeas rinsed and well drained 2 Tbsp canola oil 30 mL 2 tsp smoked paprika 10 mL 1 tsp cumin 5 mL 1 tsp garlic powder 5 mL 1/2 cup hulled pumpkin seeds 125 mL 1/2 tsp salt 5 mL grated zest from 1 medium lime Instructions Preheat oven to 425 °F (220 °C) In medium bowl combine chickpeas canola oil paprika cumin and garlic powder Toss until well coated Spread mixture on large baking sheet in single layer Bake 30 minutes or until beginning to brown Stir every 10 minutes Sprinkle with pumpkin seeds stir and bake 5 minutes more or until chickpeas are crispy being careful not to burn them Remove from oven toss with salt and lime zest Let stand on baking sheet 30 to 45 minutes for crisp texture and peak flavors When completely cooled store in airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 days 6 Chocolate Cookie Sandwiches Chocolate Cookie Sandwiches Ingredients 4 squares semisweet chocolate squares 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar 375 mL 3 Tbsp canola oil 45 mL 2 Tbsp milk 30 mL 2 tsp vanilla 10 mL 3 eggs 2 cups all purpose flour 500 mL 2 tsp baking powder 10 mL 4 oz cream cheese 125g 1/4 cup non-hydrogenated canola margarine 60 mL 1 tsp vanilla 5 mL 2 cups icing sugar 500 mL Instructions In microwave or heavy saucepan set over low heat melt chocolate Cool In large bowl combine sugar canola oil milk vanilla eggs and melted chocolate Beat well Sift together flour and baking powder and add to chocolate mixture Mix well Cover and chill for 1-2 hours or until dough is easy to handle Preheat oven to 375 °F (190 °C) Shape dough into 1 inch balls Place 2 inches Bake for 10 to 12 minutes or until tops are lightly browned Remove and cool on wire rack To prepare filling: In bowl mix together cream cheese canola margarine vanilla and icing sugar Beat until mixture is smooth and well combined Place filling in between two cookies 7 Brownie Party Pops Brownie Party Pops Ingredients Brownies canola oil spray cup canola oil 125 mL 1 tsp vanilla extract 6 mL 2 eggs cup all-purpose flour 125 mL 1 cup granulated sugar 310 mL 2/3 cup cocoa powder 150 mL tsp baking powder 1 mL tsp salt 2 mL cup semisweet chocolate chips 125 mL Pops 2 cups milk chocolate chips 500 mL 1 tsp canola oil 5 mL Optional Toppings candy sprinkles chopped peanuts coconut flakes mini chocolate chips Special equipment 32 candy/lollipop sticks (6-inch/15-cm) plastic foam block to hold pops upright Instructions Preheat oven to 325 °F (160 °C) Line bottom and sides of 9 X 9 inch (22 x 22 cm) baking pan with parchment paper or foil Leave about 4 inches (10 cm) of overhang on two opposite sides These serve as handles to remove brownies from pan in one piece so there should be enough overhang to have a solid grip Spray parchment or foil with canola oil In medium bowl mix together canola oil vanilla and eggs until fully combined In large separate bowl whisk flour sugar cocoa baking powder and salt together Slowly whisk liquid ingredients into dry ingredients stirring constantly Fold in chocolate chips Spread brownie batter evenly in lined pan Bake for 20 to 25 minutes Cool completely on rack Remove from pan and trim off any overly crusty parts Line baking sheet with parchment paper Melt milk chocolate chips in double boiler Add canola oil and stir until smooth Dip one candy/lollipop stick into melted chocolate (this will help brownie adhere better to stick) Scoop up about 1 Tbsp (15 mL) of brownie Form brownie onto stick making sure brownie is nice round and secure Immediately after molding it to stick dip pops one at a time into melted chocolate Allow some chocolate to get onto sticks to help keep them secure Dip into different toppings as desired Place sticks into plastic foam block to keep them upright as they set Once all pops are finished place in refrigerator for about 30 minutes to set When finished store in an airtight container in refrigerator or cool place for up to one week Recipe Courtesy: Canolainfoorg For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Bloomberg | Published: December 15 2017 6:51 pm Reports of safety incidents involving drones have climbed steadily and averaged more than 200 a month last summer according to US federal data (File Photo) Related News A recreational drone operator whose device smashed into a US Army helicopter in September flew undetected into a no-fly zone over New York set up to protect President Donald Trump and the United Nations The National Transportation Safety Board on Thursday said the drone flew in air space closed because of the visit by Trump highlighting gaps in safety and security protections involving the devices that are the size of a medium pizza box Moreover the pilot was in Brooklyn but the drone was 25 miles away offshore of Staten Island violating a rule that operators must keep drones in their sight “This incident reveals a soft underbelly of drone safety: we’re putting very sophisticated drones in the hands of unsophisticated operators with no training certificates or knowledge requirements” said Kenneth Quinn former chief counsel for the Federal Aviation Administration who now works at the law firm Baker McKenzie The incident highlighted the need for drones to be treated more like traditional aircraft such as requiring them to send an identifying radio beacon so they can be tracked Quinn said The current situation is ‘a recipe for disaster’ he said The crash occurred on September 21 as light was fading in the evening The Black Hawk helicopter suffered damage to one of its rotor blades but was able to land safely The collision was the first confirmed midair impact in the US between a manned aircraft and one of the millions of drones sold in recent years Reports of safety incidents involving drones have climbed steadily and averaged more than 200 a month last summer according to federal data The helicopter was one of two flying in the area as part of the security efforts for the United Nations General Assembly which was meeting that week Trump had spoken to the UN two days earlier and security restrictions for his visit were still in effect The NTSB report comes as the FAA is wrestling with multiple drone-safety issues They include whether to allow routine flights over people which drones should be required to send radio beacons with their identity and location and how to build a low-level air-traffic system for the small consumer flying devices The recreational operator told investigators he didn’t know that federal authorities had temporarily banned all drone flights in New York A notification system included with the device made by SZ DJI Technology Co didn’t advise him of those flight restrictions the NTSB said While the accident occurred at an altitude of 274 feet (84 meters) the drone operator had earlier flown to a height of 547 feet above the FAA’s 400-foot flight limit the NTSB said When it reached that height the device was 18 miles away from the operator where it would have been difficult to see any other aircraft according to the report “Even though the sUAS pilot indicated that he knew there were frequently helicopters in the area he still elected to fly his sUAS beyond visual line of sight demonstrating his lack of understanding of the potential hazard of collision” the report said The leading US group for model aircraft operators called on the FAA to act against the drone operator “Careless and reckless operators should be held accountable” Chad Budreau spokesman for the Academy of Model Aeronautics said in a statement “The rogue drone operator involved in this incident violated Part 107 of the Federal Aviation Regulations and a temporary flight restriction among other irresponsible behavior” Even as the FAA has imposed restrictions on operations of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) the scale at which people operate them has increased concerns (File Photo) The FAA regulates drones and has fined operators in the past “We will take appropriate action upon the completion of our investigation” the FAA said in a statement “The FAA provides education and resources for operators to safely and responsibly operate their drones” The drone was a DJI Phantom 4 a small device made by the world’s largest civilian unmanned aircraft manufacturer It’s equipped with what’s known as ‘geo-fencing’ designed to prevent operators from flying in prohibited zones However “this feature is intended for advisory use only and sUAS pilots are responsible at all times to comply with FAA airspace restrictions” the NTSB said In addition DJI had temporarily shut off its flight-restriction advisories as it worked to resolve glitches in the system according to the report Even if the system had been functioning it wouldn’t have alerted the drone operator the NTSB said He was guiding the drone with a tablet computer but it wasn’t connected to the internet and thus couldn’t download the information on the FAA’s flight restrictions “DJI believes pilot education is the most important factor to ensure drones share the skies safely with other aircraft and has led the industry with technology to accomplish this goal” the company said in a statement The company recently began an educational initiative that requires new drone pilots to pass a safety quiz before taking initial flights The quiz was developed in collaboration with FAA the company said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: May 22 2012 4:54 pm Related News Leonardo DiCaprio’s supermodel ex-girlfriend Bar Refaeli has topped the 2012 Maxim Hot 100 list For the first time in the magazine’s historyreaders were allowed to vote for the hottiesand there was overwhelming support for the 26-year-old Israeli stunnerreported Daily Star “Every yearit’s a different girl that I look up to For me to be among themit’s an honour” Refaeli said The single model is hoping the honour will help her find a mate she can settle down with and start a family “I’m looking for a friend that will make me laughthat will teach me every day – that I can learn fromand that has the same values as me It sounds very simple but it’s very hard to find” she added Also making the top 10 list are Mila KunisKaty PerryOlivia MunnOlivia WildeJennifer LawrenceEmma StoneMegan FoxMalin Akerman and Adrianne Palicki For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: November 11 2017 2:37 pm Accessory designer Akassh K Aggarwal talks about LGBT community (Source: IANS) Related News Accessory designer Akassh K Aggarwal who will participate in the 10th Delhi Queer Pride Parade says self-acceptance is the key to fighting all the battles in the journey of those in the LGBT (lesbian gay bisexual and transgender) community He also feels people must not seek any approval or acceptance while coming out of the closet “I am as mainstream as anyone else in our society It’s enough that the LGBT people have been sidelined… Coming from a land as diverse as India I am so proud of my identity” Aggarwal told IANS in an interview here “Self-acceptance is a key to fight all the battles in a journey of an LGBT person When you are sharing who you are you are just expressing your sexuality so don’t seek approval or acceptance Be willing to give them (others) their time to understand” he added As far as those coming out is concerned he says they must be accepting of people’s inquisitiveness to know more about them or about the community at large “Give them the understanding by discussing this issue at length and also around the different situation Don’t run away from others’ questions about yourself Though it is challenging I am still of a very strong opinion of asking LGBTQ people of ‘coming out of the closet’ seek suggestions from family members or professional counsellors or discuss with friends whom you can trust or feel comfortable to share” he said As a designer Aggarwal who has a brand called Shubhanisini Ornamentals has his own popularity His jewellery has been sported by many Bollywood celebrities like Vidya Balan Sushmita Sen Swara Bhasker and Kriti Sanon Of his own journey he says it was difficult to “come out” and face the world “But I always feel the journey can be much easy if self-acceptance is there as a defensive tool” he said and added that the best reward for him “would be to have our LGBT community rights and being acknowledged and accepted in mainstream India” He wants more people to talk about LGBT rights “I would certainly be happy to see more voices in our support But we also need more iconic inspiring and influencing Indian LGBTQ people to come forward and address the sensitivity towards the issue and give masses a face to connect too “I think India is yet to see an iconic LGBT figure I personally think it’s enough of the times we begged or asked for our human rights Let’s fight for it and take it Change can only happen when we work towards it” said Aggarwal who recounted the contribution of filmmakers Onir and the late Rituparno Ghosh who used cinema as a tool to raise awareness The designer says his family has supported him and he wants to give back to the society in every way possible “I do expect society at large to accept us as human as they are with no brackets of a division for our personal sexual choices Sensitive awareness towards the LGBT community is much-need at this hour “In days to come I am planning to dedicate a line of the funky quirky and colourful range of accessories dedicated to the community and the money generated from the sales will be directly used for funding NGOs those working for the LGBT community” he said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: October 24 2010 4:34 pm Top News You may disagreebut men who grow up with lots of sisters are less sexysays a new study Researchers have found that having a large number of female siblings makes men no less heterosexual but their body language and mannerisms may be seen as less butch than those who have been brought up in a male-dominated household They discovered the ratio of male and females within a family growing up together can influence the sexual behaviourrather than the sexualityof a boy who is outnumbered Genes may determine personality and behaviour but the environment during early life “shapes it”according to the study published in the ‘Psychological Science’ journal For the studythe researchers from the University of Texas experimented with new born ratsseparating them into litters either male dominatedfemale dominated or equally mixed They found sexual behaviour was influenced more by the male-female ratio of the litter in which they were brought up than the one to which they were born When it came to matingthe male rats brought up in a litter of mainly sistersspent less time mating than those brought up among male rats or in an equally divided litter This was because they were not being invited to do so by the females who signal their availability by wiggling their ears or “dart hopping” — an established rodent come on “If they (females) want to mate with a malethey’ll do a move called a dart-hop They wiggle their ears It drives males nuts The females did this less when they were with a male rat that had grown up in a female-biased litter” David Crewslead authorwas quoted by ‘The Daily Telegraph’ He added: “And what applies to rats may have implications for humans too It tells you that families are important — how many brothers and sisters you haveand the interaction among those individuals “Families are particularly important in shaping personalities The environment where you were raised doesn’t determine personalitybut it helps to shape it” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Pune | Published: June 5 2012 5:34 pm Related News Incidence of violence of all forms is significantly higher among HIV-positive women than among HIV-negative womena study conducted by doctors at the Armed Forces Medical College here revealed Conducted at a tertiary care hospital in Pune on a randomly selected 150 married women (75 HIV-positive and 75 HIV-negative) seeking treatment therethe study revealed that 56 per cent of HIV-positive women reported of domestic violence Violence and the fear of violence are emerging as important risk factors contributing to the vulnerability to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection among womenthe study said The finding highlighted in this study is the strong association between violence and women’s HIV status A study on National Family Health Survey-3 data of India had found that married Indian women experiencing both physical and sexual violence from husbands demonstrated elevated HIV infection prevalence in comparison to those not experiencing intimate partner violence Informed consent was obtained from all the women and also a trained counsellor was present during the process of data collection The data was collected by conducting interviewstaking precautions as laid down in the World Health Organization’s ethical and safety recommendations for research on domestic violence and using modified conflict tactics scale (CTS) The definition of violence followed is as per the Declaration on the Elimination of Violence against Womenadopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1993 HIV-positive statusrural residencenumber of childrenand alcohol consumption by husband were significant factors putting the women at higher risk of domestic violencethe study showed For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shiny Varghese | Updated: December 7 2017 9:50 am MN Ashish Ganju Top News Architecture can be seen as a medium to understand society within the realities of everyday The International Conference on the History of Architecture (ICHA) in Delhi focuses on these encounters and imaginations Brought together by Delhi-based Greha and helmed by architect MN Ashish Ganju the conference from December 7 to 9 at Bikaner House will have speakers from India and abroad presenting ideas on philosophy interconnected histories and the value of architecture against the gradient of time In an interview Ganju talks about the sense of social purpose finding one’s ancestry and the museum of architecture: How did the idea for the conference emerge I had returned to India in the late ’60s from England But the places I was familiar with didn’t read right I brought layers of understanding from my education but it didn’t fit; something was wrong I realised one had to find a new grammar because what I was trained in didn’t fit Then during one of our conversations between architect Narendra Dengle and me we felt we should research on where and why we don’t match our skills with what the society needs From this came an essay on the ‘Discovery of Architecture’ in 2014 This became our history project which we presented in various architecture schools across the country We also roped in eight scholars in India including academicians anthropologists and conservationists We felt we will never be able to build a theoretical matrix unless we look at history Then ICCR asked us to host an international conference The primary aim is to give the architectural profession a sense of social purpose a platform a sense of dignity of what the profession is capable of Architecture precedes philosophy In Greece the first architect was making models of the cosmos In our case the vedi the altar is what gives rise to architecture We are busy making glass buildings and putting in air cons and then we say we can’t assert ourselves in society What are our references for an Indian history of architecture Architecture in India is often seen in the light of monuments they are objects that people enshrine in their memory Architecture is a lot about how people live That is a point of view that most historians don’t address They catalogue buildings like a book of butterflies you give them nice names An institutional or public building is like a mask it represents the collective image of a company or a brand So if you catalogue that you won’t see the real picture of life or architecture In schools the textbooks are all western Does that mean there is an Indian way to read a building The paper that I’m presenting at the conference is about this I’ve selected examples of classical values which are universally acceptable — Sanchi Stupa Taj Mahal High Court in Chandigarh and the Gandhi Museum in Ahmedabad — to get an understanding of the ancient medieval and modern aesthetics I then apply these attributes to three spaces in Mehrauli — Bhool Bhulaiya; the chowk in front of the police station which is the public square; and the unorganised residential plots that overlook the park You see the classical examples find a place in history books but Mehrauli with its dynamic morphology belongs to cinema Can classical boundaries of history provide any scope for the marginalised is what we want to understand What can we expect from the other speakers There are different points of view I think ultimately it’s an attempt to find your place or your ancestry in the scheme of things In India we also have regional history so while Mumbai-based Aneerudha Paul talks about Majuli in Assam Neelkanth Chayya from Ahmedabad presents architectural and settlement forms in Kutch Each of these papers will be published later as a volume Then we have Nicholas Ray from the UK who will talk about the loss of shared cultural references and the need for alternative philosophical standpoints There’s Giorgio Gianighian from Venice who will discuss the importance of why a building is not just design but also bricks stones beams nails and water and why these components are important to the history of architecture The conference is a medium to promote the museum of architecture It is not a building but a network of inspirational sites that are places of learning You are also presenting an exhibition Through projections we present four aspects of what Greha has done in two decades in the areas of health learning building and regeneration There’s also a film on the museum of architecture Ultimately it’s about inspiring ourselves that we can do a lot to benefit our environment For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Supriya Sehgal | Updated: October 16 2016 12:02 am Despite being Scandinavia’s most avant garde destination Copenhagen seems to have things that would not leave the wallet lighter Top News I had recently returned from a week in Kerala and got my hands on a copy of Tales of a Female Nomad Immersed in the familiarity of travelling alone I lived the book vicariously through the woman behind it — Rita Golden Gelman I must admit it was only the one time that a fan mail might have left my inbox To my delight and shock Rita replied — a warm and emboldening message without a trace of sanitised response that reeks of celebrityhood Naturally I’ve been a devotee since For years now she has spearheaded the Gap Year Movement in the US I have fervently followed the cause but always wondered how it would be practical for an Indian given our currency disparity with the West Many years later the thoughts stirred up again in Copenhagen the capital of Denmark It was a summer afternoon and a group of us were watching youngsters summersault into the water at Islands Brygge Harbour Bath a public swimming pool A colourful patch of sunbathers reclined on the green grass in front Our local expert contributed to our admiration for this public entertainment “Island Brygge is free despite offering a robust facility of a 75m swimming pool a diving pool a children’s pool and a paddling pool Barbeques and impromptu gigs fill the lawns at nights” he bragged What more could one want So despite being Scandinavia’s most avant garde destination Copenhagen seemed to have things that would not leave the wallet lighter “Hmm a gap year here Or even a month” the thought left a wistful smile as I spent the next two days scouring for free or budget things to do in the city to whet my case for a possible case for an Indian gap-year initiative And there was plenty that one can do It’s impossible to speak of Copenhagen and not bring up its cycling culture The city launched its free public bikes scheme in 1995 after which more than 100 bike racks dot the city One can simply drop in 20DKK to unlock a set of wheels and retrieve the coin on depositing it back at any designated location The fact that Copenhagen is in one of the happiest nations in the world is testified by absolutely no exasperation from the locals when frequent cycling mishaps are caused by slightly baffled newbies It’s impossible to speak of Copenhagen and not bring up its cycling culture The city launched its free public bikes scheme in 1995 after which more than 100 bike racks dot the city The city boasts of Danhostel — Europe’s largest hostel that rooms more than thousand curious travellers — an address that is music to every budget traveller But more mellifluous are names such as couchsurfingcom globalfreeloaderscom and homeexchangecom These are economising ideas where you crash at a host’s couch shamelessly “freeload” with someone or simply swap your pad back home A generous dose of free culture is a big win for travellers — the National Museum National Gallery and Danish Resistance Museum Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek and the Hirschsprung Collection are free for one day during the week (usually Fridays) Other iconic experiences like the Little Mermaid statue and the change-of-guard ceremony (Vagtparage in Danish) at the Amalienborg Castle also don’t make one any poorer Little Mermaid apart fairy tales author Hans Christen Anderson’s legacy is proudly shared by students who conduct free walks close to the City Hall Square Other generous groups offer free tours that cover all the key parts of the city like Christiania the churches palaces and even a pub crawl Of these the alternative Freetown Christiania is my favourite as one can choose to look for work in the restaurants bars and organic shops to earn a buck and get a peek into the autonomous world of a community that has renounced the Danish government and wants to live in a self governing society The more I walked around and spoke to people the easier it was to imagine a krone-free time in Copenhagen Of course this is with the exception of the harbour of Nyhavn where one cannot resist having a beer while dangling one’s legs from the ledge onto the canals that flow along With a smorgasbord of activities and sights that one can see for free it isn’t too outlandish to think that an Indian could manage a soul-searching gap period here There is one more exception: you have to steer clear from spending on a smrrebrd (an open Danish sandwich) at Noma the two star Michelin restaurant that Copenhagen is extremely proud of For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News
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he said: “Usually, But he added: “He (Harumafuji) is the one who is most to blame for harming the status of yokozuna.rather I have become like her, clear blogpost trying to convinced skeptics. and changes in blood flow, A Maharashtra university was to award her,offers stability and is not regressive in the name of religion, Neha Singh (21)a resident of New Friends Colony and a first-time votersaid She admitted that Manmohan Singh was way more appealing than L K Advanithe BJP prime ministerial candidate For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Jaskiran Kapoor | Published: November 9 2009 9:28 pm Related News As an outsiderthese are far far away lands ravaged & lostbut for an insidertheir land is alivebreathing & fighting for survival Language is identitya thread that strings age-old culturestraditions and weaves them into this richcolourful tapestry that speaks volumes and stitches century old stories Perhaps this is one of the most reasons why Chura Mani Bandhu picked the study of linguistics A professorfolklore scholareditor and writer in Nepalthis celebrated littérateur was in town for the SAARC Folklore Festival seminars at CRRID And wein between papers and teagot a chance to share a few notesof a land lost in the folds of Himalayascalled Nepal Very few know that Nepali is not the only language we speak…there are hundreds of dialects in Nepaland togetherthey form the Nepali language?but it is.
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