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Festive recipe: How to make Ras Malai!

Festive recipe: How to make Ras Malai!

The lip-smacking dessert isn’t very difficult to make says Rediff reader Swayampurna Mishra. Here's the recipe!   Ingredients For the 'malai' 500 ml litre milk 2 tsp lemon Juice (add slowly till milk separates) For the sugar syrup 1 cup water 1/2 cup sugar For the ras/milk syrup 500ml litre whole milk/full cream milk 4 tbsp sugar 1 tsp saffron (soak it in 1/4 cup of warm -- not hot -- milk and leave for 30 minutes) Pistachio flakes to taste 1 tsp kewra or rose water. Method For ..., 5 minutes ago

Modi to hold poll rallies in Maha from Oct 4

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address around 15 rallies in Maharashtra beginning from October 4, ahead of the state assembly polls.  On October 4, Modi will address rallies at Beed, Aurangabad, and Mumbai and on October 5 at Kolhapur Gondia and Nasik, BJP Vice President Vinay Sahasrabuddhe told reporters here. We have chalked out plans for 15 to 16 poll ralies of PM. We can have more if needed," he ...
 Rediff.com13 minutes ago Nation pays homage to Mahatma Gandhi on birth anniversary  Rediff.com5 hours ago 100th anniversary of Gandhis return Govt focus on Africa  Hindustan Times16 hours ago In Pics: PM Narendra Modi's US visit  IndiaTV News16 hours ago

FDI in telecom jumps manifold to $2.33 bn in Apr-July

After registering a huge decline in the recent past, foreign direct investment in the telecom sector grew manifold to $2.33 billion in the first four months of 2014-15. During the entire 2013-14 fiscal, the sector had received a total FDI of $1.3 billion. FDI in the telecom sector, which includes radio paging, cellular mobile, basic telephone services, attracted only $ 12 million during April-July period of the last fiscal, as per the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion. According to ...
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Modi effect: 14 global CEOs make a beeline for India

The first four months of the Manmohan Singh-led UPA-I (2004) vs Narendra Modi's NDA (2014) There was not much traction among the global business community for India during UPA-I's first four months in office in 2004 - marked more by then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's low-key style of functioning and an acrimonious relationship with the Opposition parties in Parliament. The year 2004 is still remembered more for corporate India's global sojourn with 60-odd foreign M&A deals, than global ...
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Jaya's legal team need to do a rethink

'The current impasse might be an occasion for Jayalalithaa's legal team to mull over what could have gone wrong with their strategy -- and where they could and should proceed from here,' says N Sathiya Moorthy. At the end of the day, it is a political decision for imprisoned former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa to take, both at the personal and party levels. It would look as if the Delhi protest by her All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazagham MPs on Gandhi Jayanti and her party ...
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AIADMK, other outfits intensify protests over Jayalalithaa conviction

Members of Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation sit on a hunger strike protesting against AIADMK chief J Jayalalitha's conviction in a disproportionate assets case, in Chennai. Photographs: PTI photo Protests by supporters of ruling All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and several other outfits, including party affiliated trade unions intensified across the state against the conviction of Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case, seeking her early release. Fasts and ...
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Pawar dismisses rumours, says NCP will support secular parties

Amid accusations that his party could go with the BJP after the Maharashtra Assembly polls, NCP chief Sharad Pawar today asserted his support for secular parties. "NCP has always stood by the secular parties and will do the same in future," Pawar told mediapersons. Taking a jibe at the recent remarks of a political leader that NCP would grab Muslim votes and later go with the saffron parties, Pawar said his party does not need to ask anybody (what to do). The NCP's history shows that it has ...
 Rediff.com33 minutes ago NCP will continue to support secular parties: Pawar  Rediff.com1 hour ago

Sarita gets back the bronze medal she refused

India's bronze medallist Laishram Sarita Devi stands next to her medal during the medal ceremony for the women's light (57-60kg) boxing. Photograph: Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters Putting an end to the status of the bronze medal won by Indian woman boxer L Sarita Devi, the Olympic Council of Asia on Thursday re-instated her medal in the 60kg category after a hearing with the India's Asian Games contingent officials in Incheon. Did boxer Sarita really show lack of sportsmanship? Tell us! Complete ...
 Rediff.com45 minutes ago Did boxer Sarita really show lack of sportsmanship? Tell us!  Rediff.com4 hours ago Inconsolable Sarita refuses bronze, medal with organisers  Times of India16 hours ago Incheon Asian Games: Sportspersons, experts extend support to dejected Sarita Devi  Zee News17 hours ago

Bang Bang Review: Make it STOP!

A worse official remake of an already bad original, Bang Bang is more noise and less sound, rants Paloma Sharma. What's the first thing you think about when you hear the words Bang Bang? Fire crackers, gunshots, Rinoku Kikuchi from The Brothers Bloom? Well, director Siddharth Anand is here to change all of that. From now on, all those who have watched the film will no longer think of Bang Bang as a sound. Instead, Bang Bang will now be associated with a phrase loosely along the lines of, "WHEN ...
 Rediff.com51 minutes ago Bang Bang, Haider to cash in on festive weekend at box office  Rediff.com2 hours ago Review: Bang Bang is loud, dumb, exhausting  Rediff.com3 hours ago There's nothing missing in 'Bang Bang', feels director  Times of India16 hours ago

Review: Haider is bewitchingly clever

And it will haunt you long after you've left the theatre, promises Sukanya Verma. By its very virtue, melancholy is a lonely, lingering, tedious and consuming emotional state. It simply cannot be hurried. Except if you persist sympathetically by the side of the man devastated by its grip, the upshot is more heartfelt than ‘words, words, words’ can articulate. In Vishal Bhardwaj’s Haider, an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Kashmir's trials are mirrored in ...
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