Mix the dough that is leftover to the main dough and repeat the same process till you have made Golgappas of the entire dough.
Pour oil in a pan (kadhai) and heat. It was not tempted by the goat left as bait in the room, nor did it venture into the two cages set up to capture it. It was finally rescued by officials from the forest department around 3 pm after they adopted a more aggressive approach “The engine room where it had sought shelter measures 4-5 acres and is full of machinery which provided it with several hiding places This made our task quite challenging To tranquilise the animal especially in an enclosed space we needed a clear line of vision and the animal had to be stationary If we had approached it without these two factors there could have been injuries — to the animal or people” said Vinod Kumar Conservator of Forests (Wildlife) Gurgaon On Friday morning an alternate plan was hatched to capture the animal by restricting it to a small section of the engine room and cordoning off the rest When the two teams of forest department officials got to work the leopard ran under a platform on which some machinery was kept and remained hidden there officials said “It remained stationary there so we were able to tranquilise it Once it fell unconscious we roped in Maruti workers to help us retrieve it from under the iron machinery and platform by using tools to break them and pull it out” said Kumar The leopard was taken from the plant in Manesar to an undisclosed location for medical examination “We will keep the animal under observation for some time even after it regains consciousness If everything is found to be well it will be released into the wild overnight” Kumar said The animal had first been spotted by members of the support staff at the plant who keep an eye on the footage captured by CCTV cameras through the day Around 3 am on Thursday a camera captured it wandering around the engine room The plant was subsequently evacuated and the forest department alerted While the morning shift was called off as a team of forest officials tried to track down the animal on the 400-acre premises workers in the afternoon shift were allowed in to do their work with officials saying that the leopard had been restricted to the engine room and the rest of the area secured About 100 police personnel had also been posted at the plant while the operation was underway to prevent any inadvertent incident Ravinder Kumar PRO Gurgaon Police said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata | Updated: April 1 2014 10:37 am Related News Singing some of his hit numbers like ‘Ooh la la la’ and ‘I am a disco dancer’ in his poll campaign Bappi Lahiri is using his music to seek votes as a BJP candidate As he moves around the streets of the Serampore Lok Sabha constituency 22 km away from Kolkata Bollywood’s ‘Disco King’ Bappi ‘da’ breaks into a song every now and then while interacting with voters in his constituency The 61-year-old doesn’t mind shaking legs too to woo star-struck voters who have never seen a Bollywood personality visiting their neighbourhood “My songs have kept me alive and kicking in Bollywood for so many years I am not a retired musician Even my new songs are a big hit I can do anything with my songs and this time I want the lotus (BJP’s poll symbol) to bloom with my music” Lahiri said The man who pioneered the use of disco music in Indian cinema with an Indian flavour is best known for his songs like ‘Koi Yahan Nache Nache’ ‘Jimmy Jimmy’ ‘Zubi Zubi’ ‘Jee Le Le’ ‘Bambai Se Aaya mera Dost’ ‘Raat Baaki’ ‘Tamma Tamma Loge’ and ‘Chalte Chalte’ A first-timer in politics he has made it a point to never attack the Congress or the CPI(M) nor the Trinamool Congress in election meetings “I will not say any thing about others I respect everyone” is his reply when asked about sitting Trinamool Congress MP Kalyan Banerjee He is even praise for Trinamool supremo Mamata Banerjee saying everything is good in West Bengal under her chief ministership “I am not fighting at the state level This is for the Centre I want to go to Parliament and fight for the people of Bengal from Delhi” says Lahiri who has composed music for many evergreen numbers and lent his voice to many soulful songs With his trademark gold locket of Lord Ganesha dangling from his chest he talks about the Narendra Modi “magic” “I came into politics to support him because like Modi I also want to serve the people I could have got a Rajya Sabha ticket anytime but I opted for the Lok Sabha because I want to connect with people” he says When asked how he plans to handle the mud-slinging common during election season between contestants he says he will steer clear of replying to any adverse comments “I want a clean and healthy fight If someone says anything against me now then the people will give them the answer during voting” he states In the 2009 Lok Sabha polls in his constituency the BJP candidate had managed to secure only 356 per cent votes and lost his security deposit while the Trinamool candidate and sitting MP Kalyan Banerjee won with 5268 per cent votes The statistics doesn’t scare the musician as he retorts saying “Only God can defeat me No man or party can defeat me” To the people of Serampore he has promised to built a Bappi Lahiri Music Academy and also bring the former Danish colony into the national tourist map Serampore was a Danish colony between 1755 and 1845 and has many structures constructed in the neo-classical architectural style Due to lack of restoration and marketing efforts the river town has not become a tourist hub “I also want to work for the welfare of jute mill workers as it has a labour-belt” he says For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: April 10 2016 4:50 pm Royal Couple wih Mr Taljinder Singh_Area Director Mumbai and General Manager The Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai (Source: Taj Mahal Palace Hotel) Top News Prince William and Kate Middleton arrived here today on their first visit to India and paid tributes to the victims of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks The royal couple who landed in Mumbai shortly before noon visited the 26/11 memorial at the Taj Palace Hotel here They laid a wreath at the memorial and also spoke to the hotel staff who were present when the iconic hotel was attacked in November 2008 #RoyalVisitIndia When the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge step in to play with kids @IndianExpress pictwittercom/F8qfBdUyOH — Tabassum (@tabassum_b) April 10 2016 The hotel overlooks the Gateway of India built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Mumbai in 1911 The royal couple arrived here on a seven-day tour of India and Bhutan aimed at building up strong bonds with the two countries Share This Article Related Article They later headed to the Oval Maidan to watch and take part in a cricket match between beneficiaries and representatives of three charities based in Mumbai – Magic Bus Doorstep and India’s Childline In the evening they will attend a glittering reception and dinner alongside some of the biggest names in business and Bollywood to celebrate Mumbai’s film and creative industries They will go to Delhi tomorrow and begin their tour there by paying respects to India’s military contributions and honour the memory of Mahatma Gandhi The royal couple will visit the Taj Mahal which Prince William’s mother late Princess Diana visited 24 years ago “Twenty four years on from her visit to the Taj The Duke and The Duchess are looking forward to seeing this beautiful place for themselves and creating some new memories as they say thank you to the people of India at the conclusion of their tour” a release said The couple will also visit Kaziranga National Park in Assam where they will find out more about the role of conservation in the lives of rural people there The royal couple are interested in seeing how communities manage the conflicts that arise when humans and wild animals live in close proximity They will also meet park rangers inside Kaziranga to discuss how they protect the animal population from poachers as demand for rhino horns continues to rise in other parts of Asia They will then fly to Bhutan to learn about the beautiful mountainous country that has famously prioritised the happiness of its people above all other national goals For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Raghvendra Rao | New Delhi/ahmedabad | Updated: May 1 2014 8:07 am Related News BJP primeministerial candidate Narendra Modi courted trouble on Wednesday as he displayed his party’s symbol and delivered a “political speech” outside a polling booth in Ahmedabad after he cast his vote in the morning Hours later the Ahmedabad Crime Branch filed an FIR against him on the orders of the Election Commission Minutes after he voted at a booth in Ranip Ahmedabad Modi took a selfie holding his party’s symbol — a metal lotus — with his inked finger He continued to display the symbol as he addressed the press “We have registered an FIR against Chief Minister Narendra Modi as directed by the EC under Section 126 (1) (a) and 126 (1) (b) of the Representation of the People Act 1951 and Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code” confirmed DCP (Crime) Himanshu Shukla He said a complaint has also been registered against some “media channels” for covering the event Earlier in the day the EC called for action in its communication to the Gujarat Chief Secretary and Director General of Police Stating that it had “seen the video recording of the address” by Modi the EC said that “from the substance tone and tenor of the address” and the “manner in which the symbol lotus of the BJP was being displayed by him… thereby displaying to the public election matter by means of television in areas going to polls today” it is “evident” that it “was in the nature of political speech intended and calculated to influence and affect the result of elections in the constituencies going to polls today not only in Ahmedabad but also in all other constituencies in Gujarat and elsewhere in the country” The poll panel said it was “of the view that by holding that meeting… when the polling is going on in the entire state of Gujarat and in different parts of the country Modi has violated the provisions of Sections 126 (1) (a) and 126 (l) (b) of the Representation of the People Act 1951” It further directed that “complaints/ FIRs as the case may be” should be filed against Modi and “all others who were involved in the convening and holding of the said meeting” It said “if any restrictions have been imposed by the competent authority in Ahmedabad under Section 144 of CrPC then complaints/ FlR should also be made under Section 188 of IPC” The EC also directed that separate complaints/ FIRs should be filed against all the TV channels and other electronic media which carried the proceedings/ images of the meeting and display of election matter The poll panel asked the Gujarat officials to send compliance reports by 6 pm along with copies of the complaints/ FIRs “We received the EC’s order and after going through it we asked the Ahmedabad Crime Branch to register the FIR It has been done” said Gujarat Additional Chief Secretary (Home) S K Nanda Section 126 of the Representation of the People Act 1951 prohibits public meetings during a period of 48 hours ending with the hour fixed for conclusion of polling Section 126 (1) (a) states that no person shall convene hold or attend join or address any public meeting or procession in connection with an election Section 126 (1) (b) says no person shall display to the public any election matter by means of cinematograph television or other similar apparatus Any violation of these provisions are punishable with imprisonment of up to two years or fine or both Last year the Supreme Court had ruled that an MP or MLA would be immediately disqualified if convicted by a court for a criminal offence with a jail sentence of two years or more If convicted Modi’s status as a Gujarat MLA or a Lok Sabha MP (if elected) could be in jeopardy “At this stage it is a hypothetical situation Only an FIR has been filed It doesn’t mean that a person has been convicted or not convicted An inquiry will happen the matter will go to a court which will frame charges” said constitutional expert Subhash Kashyap “If this action is mainly on account of showing his party’s symbol wouldn’t it be a violation if Samajwadi Party candidates come on cycles or someone from another party comes to a polling station on an elephant Would showing the hand be a violation since that too is the symbol of a party All this will have to be examined” said Kashyap Asked if getting convicted in a case like this could have an impact on Modi’s candidature Kashyap said “The legal provision is there Whether it has to be applied or not is for the court to decide” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News” the statement added. 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Currently, are complaining about excess cash that the RBI’s currency chest is not ready to accept from them. Brij Mohan Sharma chief general manager and zonal head of IDBI Pune said the bank is now breaching the cash limit “We have about Rs 11 crore in excess with us” he said As the disposal of old currency notes is a continuous process sometimes the apex bank struggles to accept excess currency notes from the banks due to a lack of space to accommodate excess cash said Sharma The IDBI had deposited about Rs 5000 crore in old currency notes with the RBI during the demonetisation period Vijay Dhere president of the Pune union of UCBs also said the 52 cooperative banks in the district had deposited close to Rs 3000 crore in old currency notes with the RBI till the end of December? This is the reason behind the poor law and order situation in the state,” he said.” it said. he says, the team asked for 913 pregnant women over age 18 to wear a small (a bit larger than a deck of cards) magnetic-field monitoring device for 24 hours. terror, the Election Commission has put in place an expenditure monitoring mechanism for curbing misuse of money power during general elections. Blaming neighbours is not a solution.
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Mix the dough that is leftover to the main dough and repeat the same process till you have made Golgappas of the entire dough.