Thursday, 6 October, 2022
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Topic: curry

‘Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh’ — Helena Bonham Carter-starrer ad toasts curry’s place in UK culture

Indian curry, which has long been a significant part of British cuisine, fanned some new social media reactions after an ad featuring British actor Helena Bonham Carter was released this week.

Indian food not based on one spice — curry, Washington Post columnist finds out the hard way

Gene Weingarten's column 'You can't make me eat these foods' says Indian food is based on 'curry' spice, Washington Post issues correction noting there are many spice blends & other types of dishes.

To cancel or not to cancel curry — food blogger raises a storm with Instagram post

In her now-viral video, Chaheti Bansal had urged her followers to “unlearn” the word curry due to its colonial connotations, saying that “we are using the umbrella term popularised by the white people.”

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Jaishankar to embark on his 1st visit to New Zealand from Oct 5

G20 has 5 daunting challenges and India’s presidency can turn this crisis into opportunity

India should highlight its leadership in low-cost vaccine tech, effective health immunisation delivery, generic pharmaceutical manufacturing, and solar energy.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched 5G services at 6th Indian Mobile Congress 1 October 2022 | Representational image | The Print

Data vs atta, petrol, LPG: How dirt-cheap mobile internet contrasts with surging food, fuel prices

Analysis of govt data shows that while price of mobile data is one-twentieth of what it was 6 yrs ago, LPG price is up 73%, atta prices up by over 28%.

Defence

Rescue operation underway after an army aviation Cheetah helicopter flying in the forward area near Tawang crashed during a routine sortie Wednesday | ANI

Multiple military & civilian chopper crashes in past years highlight a disturbing trend for India

An Indian Army Aviation Cheetah helicopter crashed Wednesday. Several such crashes over past few yrs have jolted the military. Non-military sphere, too, has encountered many crashes.

India’s hijab supporters will lose even if they win SC battle. Because the real war is political

In a highly polarised time, cornered minorities tend to lean back and protect the roots and fundamentals of what is so dear to them. Politically, it can often be a bad trap.
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