Current events, Major events in India
The entire process takes about 30 minutes. This is a red chilli and red tomatoes based curry. No yogurt. For a yogurt based curry, see this recipe.
Fresh garlic – one clove – chop into small pieces
Fresh ginger – one inch … Continue reading
While the movie did reasonably well at the box office, it still fell short of reaching that iconic, clique status that was enjoyed by Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara and Dil Chahta Hai. Which is a shame because it captured the … Continue reading
Chai – An entire country runs on it. And when you consider that the country has over 1 billion people, chances are that Starbucks sales do not even come close to the number of cups of chai served daily in … Continue reading
Apart from besan barfi (home made), gaajar (carrot ) halwa remains my favorite Indian dessert. Perhaps because of the way it was prepared in my house. Laboriously, painstakingly, over several hours. The ingredients are simple – the entire preparation takes … Continue reading
I’ve eaten a lot of chicken curry. Restaurant chicken curry as well as home cooked. Home cooked – as in about 200 different homes. I grew up in the land of chicken curry (India) – and then continued enjoying it … Continue reading
The rapes have to stop. Right now. Not tomorrow, not next month, not within a ‘phased timeframe’. Right now.
All that is needed is effective policing – and enforcement of existing laws. Do not hide behind the ‘delay tactic’ of … Continue reading
Lashing back at Laloo Yadav and Mulayam Singh Yadav who were (and still are) trying to desperately undermine the LokPal bill. On Feb 27, Arvind Kejriwal explains to Laloo Yadav how he is a public servant – and there is … Continue reading
Sonia Gandhi finally broke her silence on Anna Hazare. She defended the draft put forth by her partymen – and asked Anna to do the same. Anyone who has been following this movement knows that the current draft leaves out … Continue reading
Angry at rising food prices, a man recently resorted to slapping Sharad Pawar (the Agriculture minister linked with more scams than he has hair).
Violence can never be condoned. However, often, one can empathize with the underlying emotions behind the violence. … Continue reading