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which means the police have to take permission from a magistrate to register a criminal case against them. The police said that no arrest has been made so far and investigations are on. We want to save these valuable lives by making them aware of traffic rules and road safety measures?said the principal of the schoolDr (Mrs) Rakesh Sachdeva A lecture on road safety measures was delivered by SP Police and SecurityChandigarh AdministrationH S Doon Civilian traffic Marshalls Pramod Singla and Gurnam Singh were also present on the occasion DSPtrafficJ S Cheema and his staff answered various queries of students related to their driving habits and the rising chaos For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipanita Nath | Published: September 4 2016 12:06 am Highway on my plate: Matt Sinclair in Masterchef Australia Top News Matt Sinclair is to use a term from Masterchef Australia season 8 feeling pretty stoked He has gone to the top of the show baking toasting frying and pickling as well as blasting with liquid nitrogen crystallising and dehydrating his way through a maze of challenges In one of the most competitive kitchens of the world the 28-year-old former coffee roaster stood out for causing “a riot in the mouth” (according to Gary Mehigan the English-Australian chef and one of the three judges) A week after Masterchef Australia stopped airing in India Sinclair is back at the fire — this time on his food truck called Ten Piece Cutlery which is inspired by the taste of south-east Asia and the way people eat in India “It’s my dream it’s what I want to do The truck is called Ten Piece Cutlery which means you eat with your fingers We shouldn’t be afraid to ditch the cutlery and use our hands” says the Masterchef Australia runner-up over phone from his home in Noosa Australia Sinclair recalls the moment he tried eating the Indian way and begins to laugh “It was a culture shock in the beginning” he says He was in Jaipur in 2011 at a restaurant that served thalis “I decided that I was going try eating with my hands” he says He watched the Indian diners “use the bread to collect the vegetable and then go from there” “I probably didn’t have the best technique It’s strange when you do it for the first time But it is something special to eat with your hands” he adds On the food truck menu are school prawn taco with gochujang mayo and wombok tamarind glazed beef brisket with vermicelli noodles and grilled whiting with Chinese barley salad and sichuan or chilli dressing The fare is “simple honest street-style food for markets and festivals” A truck much like the pavement stalls in India offers casual fare that is fresh and packed with big punchy flavours Unlike restaurants it doesn’t send out pretty morsels “You eat it standing around and aren’t afraid of being dirty” says Sinclair His fondness for south-east Asian food grew from the three months he spent in Thailand Vietnam Laos and Cambodia with his then girlfriend now wife Jess in 2009 Two years later when he was working as a bartender and landscaper in Canada Sinclair decided not to accompany the other boys on a trip to Central and South America and visited India instead “I spent a few days in a meditation centre in Dharamsala It woke me up to a different perspective of life” he says The food was another eye-opener “Everywhere there were different things popping up There were more styles of food than I’d seen in Australia I ate a lot of paani puri masala dosa gulab jamun thali; things I hadn’t tasted before” he adds At a dhaba in Jodhpur he picked up the skills of making biryani palak paneer and roti On Masterchef Australia which encourages contestants to explore their own stories as much as flavours Sinclair expressed his India experience through dishes such as lamb koftas with onion jam hummus and coriander yoghurt that he served with naan made with greek yoghurt and olive oil It was also on Masterchef Australia that Sinclair first tried his hands at running a food truck He prepared bourbon and ginger beer glazed barbecued chicken which had a charred and crispy crust and juicy bites If the judges found a flaw it was that Sinclair had given them “a humongous hunk of chook” that was difficult to eat standing “I think my thinking comes from generosity” says Sinclair His chicken nonetheless did what it was meant to — the judges got their fingers dirty and announced Sinclair’s team the winner of the challenge “Working this space in the food truck with the plancha roaring hot it is loud noisy and incredible I don’t want to be anywhere else right now This is the greatest feeling on the planet” Sinclair gushed during the challenge The attitude answers why he feels his place is in a food truck though he has displayed the skills of a fine-dine chef He has carved mushrooms into artistic shapes balanced flavours like a “true original” (according to food critic and judge Matt Preston) and is among a handful of contestant in the Masterchef Australia history to have outdone a top professional chef in a cook-out Marco Pierre White paid Sinclair the highest compliment “I have gone in front of lots of chefs over the years Very few of them did I ever believe I believe you” said the British legend who has made chefs such as Gordon Ramsay weep More than any other contestant Sinclair put his own story out there when he cooked The roasts he served were a hat-tip to his grandmothers and his great-grandmother who gifted him a love for cooking The Masterchef fires put out Sinclair remains the most-watched contestant on social media More than 50000 followers on Instagram discuss his every post Ten Piece Cutlery became possibly the most famous Australian food truck in the world even before it rolled out As the dishes start coming Sinclair promises that it will be him to the core — warm generous casual and fun For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: May 17 2010 11:54 am Related News She may have just turned fourbut Suri Cruise is already a good directorsays her father Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise The proud papa is so sure of his young daughter’s talent that he often takes tips from the toddler on the sets of his filmsreported Contactmusic Suri who stepped into the limelight soon after her birthbe it the controversy surrounding her name or her grown up fashion choicesaccompanies her father to all film sets “She grew up on movie sets She will tell people to be quiet on set She sits there with headphones and watches the scenes and she gives me notes sometimes after the scenes” the 47-year-old actor said Little Suriwho recently celebrated her fourth birthdayhas her own opinions on the shots “She’ll give me a thumbs up or something Kate was making a film once and the director stood in front She looks at me then starts grabbing the back of the (director’s) jacket saying’I can’t see’ After the take she’ll run up to Kate and say’That was great’ and kiss her She’s in it” said the ‘Jerry Maguire’ actor For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Published: December 31 2016 11:29 am Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) Galaxy A3 (2017) and Galaxy A5 (2017) will come with IP68 rating making them dust and water resistant Related News Samsung Galaxy A (2017) is expected to launch on January 5 and has sent media invites for the same at an event in Kuala Lumpur The Galaxy A series will be featuring three devices – Galaxy A3 Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 A recently discovered user manual confirms the existence of all three devices and has also revealed specifications of the phones All the three devices in the Galaxy A (2017) series will come with IP68 rating making them dust and water resistant This rating signifies that the phones will be able to survive up to 30 minutes underwater at a depth of 15 meters The devices will also be sporting fingerprint scanners and NFC Leaks surrounding the Galaxy A7 (2017) suggest it will come with a 57-inch Super AMOLED full HD display (1080 x 1920 pixels) The smartphone is said to be powered by an octa-core Exynos 7880 processor It will come with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage (expandable via a microSD card) The front and rear camera in the Galaxy A7 (2017) is said to be 16MP with f/19 aperture Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) on the other hand is expected to feature a smaller 52-inch full-HD Super AMOLED display (1080×1920 pixel) According to rumours it will run an octa-core Exynos 7880 processor coupled with 2GB RAM and 32GB expandable storage The Galaxy A5 (2017) is said to have a 16MP on front and back as well Read:Samsung Galaxy A series (2017) set for January 5 launch: Reports Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) will have the smallest screen size of the three smartphones It is said to come with a 47-inch HD Super AMOLED display (720×1280 pixel) It will be powered by an octa-core Exynos 7870 processor clocked at 15GHz It is said to come with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal memory In a separate leak what looks like promotional images have revealed the pricing fro the devices as well SamsungGalaxy A7 (2017) is expected to costMYR 1899 (Rs 28800 approx) while theGalaxy A5 (2017) is expected to be priced at MYR 1699 (Rs 25700 approx) For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: October 13 2010 12:44 pm Top News A new study has confirmed what the fair sex has long been claiming — a woman’s work is never donenot least if she leaves the domestic chores up to men The studyby domestic appliance company Mielehas found that a staggering 82 per cent of women carry out the cleaning at homewhile only eight per cent of husbands and boyfriends are in charge of the domestic chores The study shows that many males are happy to pass the buck when it comes to housekeepingwith 15 per cent of men describing cleaning as “too much hard work” the ‘Daily Express’ reported On the other handwomen feel that the cleanliness of the home reflects on them personallywith half feeling embarrassed when it isn’t spick and spanit found “Many men see putting oil in the car or changing a light bulb as doing their bit around the housebut see cooking and cleaning as women’s work There’s no excuse for not being able to use a washing machine or cook when men can read or install Windows 7 on their computer “One of the problems is men usually seek more adrenaline-fuelled activities and housework is just a slog Women have a stronger nesting instinct and so will naturally do the cleaning when men don’t bother” relationship expert Phillip Hodson was quoted as saying The study also revealed that one in eight Britons will not allow people to wear shoes in the house Howeverone in 10 doesn’t care if others think their house is dirty Two per cent of Britons pay a professional cleaner More than a third of young adults under 24 admit they rely on their parents to clean up after them Many of the people questioned admitted to slovenly habits — 40 per cent had swept dirt from a kitchen surface or table onto the floor A quarter had mopped the floor with a dishcloth and put it backwhile a mucky four per cent had even used a sponge to clean pet bowls and then continued to use it for washing up For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by JYOTSNA JALALI | Chandigarh | Published: September 5 2009 2:02 am Related News The SOPU-INSO alliance and its entire panel swept the Panjab University Student Council elections on Friday and celebrated as a first the victory of a girl in the students body Deepika Thakurwho got 2880 voteswas declared secretary Amit Bhatiathe presidential candidate for SOPU-INSOis now Council chiefafter he defeated PUSUs Arshbir Singh Johal by 670 votes In allBhatia got 3276 votes Elected Joint SecretaryGaurav got 2985 votes and newly-elected Vice President Virender Boora got 2945 Sixty per cent of PU students had participated in the elections 6174 out of the total 11210 had voted earlier in the day The winning combination was obviously the popular choice since all of them beat nearest rivals by a minimum of over 500 votes This is the second consecutive victory for SOPU since it had come to power last year too in alliance with the ABVP Meanwhilein 2007INSO had won in a tie-up with PUSU There was a happy sense of fait accompli for the winning alliance after 2 pm when it became clear that PUSU despite giving an early scare would have to concede defeat By the time the results were finally declared at half past fourthe winning procession had begun its march in the campus Candidates of other partieshoweverput up a poor show with none getting more than 1000 votes Ashwathy Rajanthe sole girl contesting for the presidential post from the ABVP-SOI alliancegot 336 votes The only independent girl candidateMeenu Guptawho contested the post of vice presidentbagged 368 in her kitty What changed the game It was a close enough competition in the early stages with both SOPU-INSO and PUSU running neck and neck But several departments turned the tables These included UIETBAMSArts Block III and UIAMS where the SOPU-INSO alliance was delivered a lead of 148200132 and 221 votes respectively Most say the win came on the strength of this particular alliancethough till the last day leaders of both INSO and SOPU were unsure they would be able ink a pact and pull it through The presidential candidate was from SOPUwhile the general secretary and the vice president are INSO members The parties agreed to have a neutral candidate for the post of joint secretary For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related Newsorganised a traffic awareness camp in collaboration with the Chandigarh Traffic Police on Tuesday.animal resource development,t often that your gastronomic proclivities collide with your artistic sensibilities. an ex-IAS officer and an activist on issues of discrimination and exclusion, We have never forgotten all that, In 1887, an excellent watering hole).

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