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in turn, to term it as a ‘murder of democracy. Parrikar appealed that Goa be made plastic-free as "it is the biggest problem anyone can face". a former Palace midfielder, “I thought instead of them having to drive their car up every time they’re in the country, Mohammad Amir dismissed Samarawickrama.(FULL SCORECARD) Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 2nd Test Day 1: As it happened TEAMS: Pakistan: Shan Masood Sami Aslam Azhar Ali Asad Shafiq Babar Azam Haris Sohail Sarfraz Ahmed(w/c) Mohammad Amir Yasir Shah Wahab Riaz Mohammad Abbas Sri Lanka:Dimuth Karunaratne Kaushal Silva Sadeera Samarawickrama Kusal Mendis Dinesh Chandimal(c) Niroshan Dickwella(w) Dilruwan Perera Rangana Herath Suranga Lakmal Lahiru Gamage Nuwan Pradeep For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 19 2016 9:19 am Netflix has no plans to sue Hrithik Roshan’s film Kaabil Related News Hrithik Roshan’s Kaabil seems to be attracting controversies like a magnet Even as the big face-off between Shah Rukh Khan and Rakesh Roshan is hardly old news a new one has cropped up now According to media reports Netflix is planning to sue Kaabil because it has found similarities between the Sanjay Gupta film and its original series Daredevil Only none of the said reports is true When indianexpresscom contacted the American entertainment production company this is what they had to say “Netflix has no record of such a plan and we are checking into the source of this rumour” According to reports Netflix found “glaring” similarities between the promos of Kaabil and its original production Daredevil However Netflix has denied this Producer Rakesh Roshan has also commented on it “Netflix negated this so-called news They said it was a rumour and that they were going to find the source of it Seeing the lighter side of this it’s free publicity for us anyway” By far we guess this is the best response to the rumour The reports said the similarities they found included both protagonists being blind action scenes in both looking similar and the colour scheme of both productions looking identical Speaking to Mumbai Mirror the film’s director Sanjay Gupta had said “It’s a preposterous comparison because Hrithik (Roshan) is not a superhero in Kaabil His character is a blind man who does what he does best In Daredevil the protagonist fights 30 people at the same time None of that is happening in Kaabil If they sue us we will definitely fight back” More from the world of Entertainment: Earlier Shah Rukh Khan signed a three-year deal with Netflix in which the films produced under his banner Red Chillies Entertainment will be available for viewing by subscribers all across the world For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsPublished: December 14 2014 1:00 am The complex preparation of bebinca always had Me’s undivided attention Clay pots brushed with ghee were laid out Me’s instructions would ring out loud and clear: ‘Don’t ever use the gas the best bibik is made over coals and covered with coals’ (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News By:Sharon Fernandes There’s a rustle of silk dresses the heady rush of perfumed air as the chimes of the church bell call out to the devout for the midnight Mass The ladies pick up the clickety-clack of their high heels the men and the boys in sharp three-piece suits follow Under a twinkling canopy of stars the mist rises from the fields around the church as the echo of hymns being practised before the midnight Mass lingers over the landscape Christmas Eve holds the promise the nervous energy of a good time ahead In Raia a sleepy village in south Goa’s Salcette district where life revolves around feast days and novenas Christmas is undoubtedly the biggest event A quiet and picturesque village close to the city of Margao Raia has the distinction of being the first village in Salcette to have been Christianised when its populace was converted en masse to Christianity in 1560 Our Lady of Snows Church known locally as the Raia Church is the first church built by the Portuguese in the area in 1565 After Mass people pour out of the 16th century church wishing each other a “Bom fest de Natal” Families visit each other share a piece of cake and a glass of wine before calling it a night The younger folk whizz away to spend time at a ball (no electronic music but the good old-fashioned ball room dance with a live band) The dance and the clothes are just the trimmings to the main hedonistic attraction of Christmas the food On Christmas morning the kusvad in Konkani or consoada in Portuguese a plate of homemade goodies is exchanged with neighbours and relatives There are deep fried sweets like the nevreo (a stuffed sweet) and kulkuls (mini flour scones) the baked items like bebinca cakes bolinhos and batica (coconut-semolina cake) almond paste and sugar is moulded into yummy marzipans The other must-haves are sweet jelly-like sweets — perad (guava cheese) and dodol (made of rice flour and jaggery) At my grandmother’s or Me’s house the preparation of kusvad began in the first week of December In the mellow light of incandescent bulbs a merry gathering of neighbourhood women would be found emptying coconuts of their tender flesh piling them into soft snow-white mountains Some would stand over huge iron vats stirring the glutinous mass of guava pulp mixed with sugar or bunch up their skirts to help carry the coals for the oven fire The ladies sang as they rolled kulkuls on the back of a fork to later fry them and cool them in a sugar syrup The nevreos were stuffed with grated coconut cashew nuts raisins and semolina and placed in semi-circular flour moulds to be fried As Me supervised the kitchen the complex preparation of bebinca (the layered cake made of coconut milk egg flour and a touch of nutmeg) always had her undivided attention Clay pots brushed with ghee were laid out Me’s instructions would ring out loud and clear: “Don’t ever use the gas the best bibik is made over coals and covered with coals” A layer of the ladled coconut mixture is cooked before it is topped with another layer Under Me’s watchful eye it had to be “at least 12 layers” before it was deemed good enough to be set down on the table at Christmas As children the dish that had us in thrall was ghonz (or nest) where slivers of tender coconut dipped in sugar was laid out on tiny squares of white paper The white coconut ribbons would curl up on the paper looking like a nest and they were irresistibly sweet and crunchy No wonder they would have to be stored in a jar and kept on the highest shelf if they had to make it till Christmas morning The other staple of the kusvad is the doce de grao (a boiled Bengal gram cardamom coconut dish) along with the bolinhos (small round cakes made of semolina coconut egg yolks sugar and vanilla essence) Inside the OurLady of Snows Church in Raia; and a kusvad platter (Source: Sharon Fernandes) Sweets apart the Christmas lunch too needed ample preparation Back in the day Me would single out a leitao or little pig for the roasted suckling dish leitao assado It would be stuffed with a mix of butter onion breadcrumbs ginger-garlic and roasted over coal fire for two hours Only Me had the energy for this mean business Today we stick to the easier staples of the merry lunch and a must-have is the sorpotel (made of pork liver heart and fat) which tastes best after a couple of days as it matures into a red meaty gravy The best accompaniment to the sorpotel is a plate of sannas or round steamed rice bread made with a dash of toddy Me is not around anymore but the Christmas table with its white lace tablecloth is always set the way she would like it with chicken xacuti (a rich curry made with roasted spices and coconut) a beef assado (roast) along with a salad pork vindaloo and of course the sorpotel sannas and arroz de camarao (rice cooked with prawns) The drinks that accompany this decadent meal are a deep red port wine or the crystal clear swig of feni (the alcoholic distilled cashew drink) or a cloudy yet heady urrak (a milder version of feni) The music plays on the carols on a loop The children run around the house high on sugar with a few marzipan sweets in their hands “for later” The young boys huddle near a benevolent uncle hoping to get some of the “stiff” drink The young girls help their mothers set the plates and napkins The family gets together at the table just as Me would have all of us sit down and relish the food that never stops celebrating Sharon Fernandes is a freelance writer in Goa For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Madurai | Published: March 6 2013 2:51 pm Related News With the atmosphere remaining surcharged in Tamil Nadu over the Sri Lankan Tamils issuemembers of some pro-Tamil outfits today hurled stones here at the office of Mihin Lankaa low cost airline based in Colombopolice said Activists belonging to pro-Tamil organisations including Aathi Thamizhar Peravai and Naam Tamizhar Iyakkam earlier blocked the road demanding that the Union Government vote against Sri Lanka at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) meeting in Genevaofficials said They also shouted slogans against the Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa for alleged war crimes against ethnic Tamils The glass windows of the officelocated in a city hotelwere damagedand further inquiry was onpolice saidadding30 people have been arrested Members of the Aathi Thamizhar Peravai also attempted to block trains at the railway junction herebut were detained by police Yesterdayabout 40 students of a government law college here allegedly damaged a party flag post and notice board of Janata Party office hereprotesting its chief Subramanian Swamy’s recent meeting with the Lankan President For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: April 3 2017 2:02 am Top News A day after a 29-year-old man working for a private company here committed suicide the police have booked his wife and in-laws on abetment charges According to the police Apoorvajeet Mitra a resident of Pimpri hanged himself from a ceiling fan at his home in the early hours of Friday Based on a complaint lodged by his father the police booked his wife her parents and another family member under Section 306 of the IPC Mitra got married two years ago “The complaint says the in-laws used to harass him by repeatedly asking him for the expenses incurred on the wedding He was also not allowed to meet his baby” said an officer No arrest has been made For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: August 20 2015 12:27 am A look at the front page of The Indian Express published on August 20 Forty Years Ago Related News The Centre assured Congress chief ministers it would take all necessary steps including amending the Constitution to protect land reforms from being challenged in court The state leaders pointed out that the implementation of land reforms had been tardy mainly because of landlords’ tendency to file writ petitions with high courts that took a long time to deliver verdicts At their meeting with the Congress president and senior party leaders the CMs expressed confidence that the ceiling laws could be implemented and surplus land distributed before June 1976 Congress general secretary PV Narasimha Rao said the pace of implementation of land reforms had picked up since the imposition of the Emergency Dacca Calls Bangladesh High Commissioner Shamsur Rahman called on Foreign Secretary Kewal Singh to convey that the new government in Dacca wanted to maintain a relationship of “friendship and cooperation” with New Delhi Wrong Pitch The third Test between England and Australia was abandoned after vandals dug up parts of the pitch and poured oil into the holes It was a sensational and for England degrading climax to a great cricket match Happily there is no comparable instance in the lengthy history of Test cricket in England Care For Nazrul The West Bengal government made arrangements for the treatment of ailing poet Kazi Nazrul Islam who was staying in Dacca Chief Secretary BR Gupta said the state government had informed the Centre about the arrangements for taking up the matter with Bangladesh Earlier the Centre on being approached by the state government for Nazrul’s return had made queries about the arrangements for his treatment and stay in Calcutta For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChandigarh: Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh on Sunday hailed the Congress win in the Gurdaspur Lok Sabha by-poll as a "total rejection of the anti-people policies" of the BJP and its ally theShiromani Akali Dal (SAD) and said it underlines the "political annihilation" of the AAP The Gurdaspur result has once again shown that the Congress was on the path of revival across the country he said "The massive win for Congress candidate Sunil Jakhar shows the people’s complete denunciation of the corrupt and immoral BJP and SAD" the chief minister said adding that it also underlines the "political annihilation" of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the state File image of Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh AFP He said that it’s a victory for the Congress and the party’s policies and development agenda The chief minister assured the people of Gurdaspur that every single promise made by the party will be fulfilled and development works will be fast-tracked Amarinder Singh said he was humbled by the faith reposed in the Congress candidate who won by a margin of over 190 lakh votes over his nearest rival of BJP Swaran Salaria and thanked the voters for their overwhelming love and support The over 193 lakh margin of victory has not only more than compensated for the 136 lakh vote defeat of Congress candidate Pratap Singh Bajwa against BJP’s Vinod Khanna in 2014 but has surpassed even the 151 lakh lead by which Sukhbans Kaur Bhinder (Congress) had won in 1980 he said "Jakhar’s victory comes as a strong rebuttal to the persistent Akali efforts and campaign of the past six months to undermine the work being done by his government in the state" he added "For AAP this election marks the end of its political ambitions in Punjab" Amarinder Singh said pointing out that the dissolution of the Pathankot and Gurdaspur units of AAP a day before the declaration of the results showed that the party had conceded defeat and accepted that it had completely failed to connect with the people of the state Dubbing the alleged moral bankruptcy of the BJP and the total failure of the party at the Centre as the key factors behind the crushing defeat of its candidate Amarinder said the people wanted development which only the Congress could give them "The people were completely aware of the welfare initiatives taken by the Congress government since taking over the state’s reins in March this year" he said in a statement here adding that they had full faith in the government’s commitment to their progress "Both the BJP-SAD and AAP had stooped to the lowest levels in their brazen attempts to mislead the people with their false propaganda against the Congress government" Amarinder alleged "It was evident that these parties failed to learn their lessons despite the fact that such cheap tactics did not succeed in voting them to power in the Assembly polls earlier this year" he added Amarinder Singh said "while the SAD went all out to deceive the people with its false statements on various issues especially farm loan waiver AAP once again resorted to street politics and theatrics in a desperate bid to grab the seat" The fact that both the parties suffered a crushing defeat "showed that the people of Gurdaspur had the maturity to distinguish the right from the wrong and trusted the Congress to lead them out of the depths of miseries into which they had been pushed by the erstwhile SAD-BJP government" The chief minister came down heavily on the BJP and the AAP for their personal attacks on Jakhar who they tried to project as an `outsider’ all through the campaign without however making any dent in his clean image and sincere commitment "Development was the only thing the people of Gurdaspur were concerned about" he said and added that for a region deprived of growth for so many years the domicile of the candidate was completely irrelevant as they only wanted someone with sincerity and dedication Describing Jakhar as an ideal representative to raise the voice of the people of Gurdaspur in Parliament Amarinder assured the people of Gurdaspur that all promises made to them by the Congress MP would be fulfilled "The development work initiated in the region in the past six-odd months would get a major boost with Jakhar taking on the mantle of representing the region in the Lok Sabha" he asserted Amarinder said the Gurdaspur result once again showed that the Congress was on the path of revival across the country "The party’s recent victory in several university students’ union elections and its resounding win in the Maharashtra civic polls just two days ago were clear indicators that the party’s fortunes were on the upswing and the result of the Gurdaspur bypoll further strengthened its prospects for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections" he added For all the latest Entertainment News, As we all know, schools and colleges to help us increase awareness.000 se zyada gaon me 24 ghante bijli di hai.

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