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State and Faith, “Basically, and Carrot Neurotechnology Inc. a training program aimed at improving eyesight and more are likely to follow she saysBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 14 2017 1:08 pm The cafe only hires differently-abled people and transgenders as its staff (Source: Nukkad Teafe Bhilai/ Facebook) Top News Food is a source of nourishment for the body but it’s cafés such as these that give nourishment to the soul and the society at large Located in Bhilai Chhattisgarh this café is winning hearts on the Internet for its unique nature The ‘Nukkad Teafe’ only employees people with visual and speech impairment along with members of the transgender community ALSO READ |8 unique cafés across India that offer more: From social causes to pet love it’s more than foodhere Well so if you visit this place it means more than just having a cup of special chai or clicking pictures of the food for your Instagram On the contrary the eatery urges you leave your phone aside and go back to days where one would have a meaningful conversation with strangers In fact if you agree to deposit your phone till you are there they give you a 10 per cent discount on the total bill The rich interiors with tribal art and elements of popular culture make the place vibrant and earthy (Source: Nukkad Teafe Bhilai/ Facebook) So once in Nukkad you could learn how to communicate in sign language read books recite poems meet like-minded people play board games make new friends in the real world instead of Facebook and actually live your life With decor that is rich is tribal art scattered cushions to make you all comfy a guitar in case you wanted to start an impromptu performance you could also have a varied selection of chais With an interesting menu designed in such a way that customers can easily spell it using sign language it’s all about empowering the people who are usually considered weak by the society With its other branches spread across Chhattisgarh the café’s owner and founder Priyank Patel not only wanted to help the differently-abled but also change their life After working several years with many NGOs he created a space where young people could meet share ideas form groups and venture into something that would give an opportunity to these people to be self-reliant He first started his first Teafe in 2013 and ever since then has been changing lives Apart from this social cause they also have incorporated some other initiatives While the Digital Detox initiative that lets one avail discounts by keeping phones away there are others like Gyaan Daan Bill by Dil Tea and Tones etc For their Bill by Dil initiative they celebrated its anniversary by declaring a bill-free day Customers can pay as much as they want for the services and food And for their Gyaan Daan the café works as a library People can donate and borrow books They can even take a book home for five days Lovely isn’t it If you are one of those who keeps scribbling a few lines on your diary Nukkad is the place to share it One can recite their poems or just share an experience at the Tea and Tones event All in all the Teafe is not just working for an amazing social cause it’s also teaching people social skills — how to be social in real life and not on social media For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Ashima Goyal Siraj | Angola | Updated: January 8 2015 1:39 pm Raw Tomato Vegetable Fry recipe Related News I’ve recently caught the bug of growing an apartment garden and while researching I came across a lady who does it I went to her house to get tips on what kind of plants can I grow and how to compost at home etc When I was about to leave she gifted me 8 green raw tomatoes right from her garden I had never used raw tomatoes before She just told me to use these lovely green tomatoes as a vegetable and not as gravy base we normally use the red tomatoes for “you will figure out the rest” is what she said and I did Here is a super quick recipe for raw (green) tomato vegetable fry or Kachche (hare) tamatar ki subzi Raw Tomato Vegetable Fry Preparation Time: 5 mins| Cooking Time: 6-7 mins| Serves 2 Ingredients 7-8 green raw tomatoes chopped in large chunks 1 onion chopped lengthwise 1 green chilli chopped 1 tbsp Olive oil A pinch of asafoetida 1 tsp cumin seeds tsp fenugreek seeds (methidana) 4-5 cloves of garlic chopped 2 tsp coriander powder 1 tsp cumin powder tsp red chilli powder tsp turmeric powder tsp sugar [the sugar is to cut the sourness of tomatoes] Salt to taste Fresh coriander leaves for garnish Method * Heat oil in non-stick pan * Add asafoetida cumin and fenugreek seeds * When the seeds begin to crackle add garlic and green chillies Sauté for a minute * Add chopped onion Saute for another minute * Add chopped tomatoes mix well and cook covered for 2 minutes * Add all the spices mix well and again cook covered for 4-5 minutes (Keep stirring in between )till the tomatoes are done The tomatoes should be just done we don’t want them to get overcooked so much that they lose their shape A little bit of bite in the tomatoes is good * Remove in a serving dish; garnish with fresh coriander and serve hot with rotis Food is never just food I believe it’s story telling it’s conversation It brings people together and it speaks a universal language I love to play around in my kitchen The thrill of being able to create something new and sharing it with others is what fuels my passion for cooking The fact that dear husband is a foodie and an honest critique helps I blog about my adventures in the kitchen at http://s.wwwmyweekendkitchenin/ For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Swasti Pachauri Edited by Parmita Uniyal | Madhya Pradesh | Published: July 23 2014 5:27 pm Freshly brewed forest teas especially the famous Satpura Herbal tea is available for Rs 5 (Source: Swasti Pachauri) Related News Two years ago when I first came to Madhya Pradesh I happened to visit the village of Banjari located at the outskirts of Seoni district I and my colleagues visited this village to interact with few self-help groups (SHGs) engaged in collection and packaging of rural forest produce supported by Seoni district administration The terrain of this region is rich in bamboo teak several deciduous trees herbs and plants with medicinal properties It was during this visit that I figured how local people inhabiting villages in and around the Satpura forest specialise in procuring traditional herbs fruits and other forest produce for their livelihoods Realising a close association of communities with forests the district administration here supports the concept of self-help groups to inculcate self-reliance among people while also contributing to livelihood diversification In Banjari many such groups are supported by National Rural Livelihoods Mission and the district forest department The government programmes provide marketing and managerial support to people specializing in minor forest produce collection while subsequently identifying potential markets for rural products A tree machan in Banjari herbal gardens (Source: Swasti Pachauri) One such initiative of the administration is the community platform made available to these groups called the ‘Banjari Herbal Garden’ a little nursery of herbs where saplings of Arjuna Kevati and Anantamul trees are cultivated with the help of SHG members Since the nursery is located on NH-7 tourists travellers and villagers stop by at this scenic spot Utilizing the market potential this area generates owing to its geographical location and in order to establish a customer base for SHG packaged forest produce ‘Banjari herbal tea stall’ managed by locals has also been set up The idea is based upon the advantages of ‘4Ps of marketing’ to farmers and villagers constrained by a credit and market deficit Inputs on correct pricing product packaging and promotions have been provided to these groups by district forest department and trainers Some very popular products that are available for sale here are lemongrass tea forest tea and herbal mixtures of medicinal value The little garden situated next to a serene lake with lotus flowers also houses a tree Machan painted with indigenous tribal art in red and white surrounded with Bamboo trees This provides with a locational advantage to the concept thereby providing visibility to the hidden entrepreneurial talents of villagers and farmers Lemongrass and Herbal Tea concoctions Freshly brewed forest teas especially the famous Satpura Herbal tea is available for Rs 5 This tea is primarily made of dried barks of Arjuna Kevati and Anantamul trees along with cinnamon cardamom ginger and clove mixtures thereby making it an ideal beverage for monsoons and winter This ‘herbal chai’ is believed to have healing properties according to locals and the ingredients such as tree barks are hand-picked and packaged by villagers inhabiting forests in and around Forest dwellers and groups engaged in herb collection their packaging and marketing reveal that it acts as a natural remedy for body aches and helps cutting cholesterol It is also rich in antioxidants and villagers recommend drinking it sans milk A pack of 50 gm is available for Rs 100 and a small pack of lemongrass tea is usually available for Rs 10 Alongside there is raw Arjuna powder Trifala and plant saplings which many purchase owing to their therapeutic benefits Bamboo also has several forest groups practicing bamboo art and craft (Source: Swasti Pachauri) Bamboo and other produce This nursery because of its location and natural beauty offers an increased market visibility of rural and forest produce to urban buyers The region being rich in Bamboo also has several forest groups practicing bamboo art and craft Taking note of their skills the administration has also focused on capacity building and skill development of bamboo artists making bamboo handicrafts Trainings on bamboo art are organized on a regular basis here for artisans Realizing the success of such community cohesion where groups unleash their entrepreneurial talents collectively several new initiatives have been undertaken at the garden such as making and packaging of Agarbatti and ice cream sticks These programmes not only provide these groups with different economic opportunities but also provide visibility to indigenous products originating from rural peripheries For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Published: June 6 2015 12:00 am The King of Delhi is brought by guards before Captain Hodson after the capture of Delhi by the British army during the 1857 rising (Source: Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Related News Title: Muslim Cosmopolitanism in the Age of Empire Author: Seema Alavi Publisher: Harvard University Press Pages: 504 Price: Rs 495 Muslim Cosmopolitanism in the Age of Empire is an engrossing wide-ranging and beautifully written account of an emerging Muslim political imagination in the 19th century Through an examination of five extraordinary figures Sayyid Fadl Rahmat Allh Kairanawi Haji Imdadullah Maki Nawab Siddiq Hasan Khan and Maulana Thanseri Seema Alavi brings alive the variegated improvisatory and inventive character of Muslim politics and theology as it struggled to come to terms with new imperial forms Each of these figures is deeply fascinating in their own right chosen in part for the extraordinary geographical range of their influence There is Sayyid Fadl who is memorialised in Malabar but whose political activity and theological influence extended to Egypt Yemen and the seat of the Ottoman Empire itsef; Thanseri participated in the production of new knowledge forms in the Andamans; and Kairanawi’s pedagogical innovations in Mecca became the inspiration for Deoband Each of these figures could constitute a lifetime of study and Alavi carries her deep learning lightly and well But Alavi’s intellectual ambitions are considerably larger than the study of five figures She wants to demonstrate the ways in which new forms of material culture print media and transnational merchant networks were opening new vistas of knowledge production and circulation At one level the 19th century witnessed in the Ottoman and Mughal worlds something Europe had experienced at least three centuries earlier: the ways in which print cultures and merchant networks transformed theological debates by democratising them These combined with existing religious and ethnic networks (for instance the Hadrami diaspora that provided a crucial link between Yemen Hyderabad and Malabar) to create new political forms She shows how the end of the Mughal Empire created new political opportunities to replace an Indo-Persianate intellectual formation with a more Arabic engagement within Indian Islam facilitated by the existence of the British Empire itself But most ambitiously Alavi challenges staple assumptions about Islamic political thinking These include among other things the idea that the Caliph remained central to the Muslim political imagination Alavi debunks this notion arguing that much of the political thought in the period was about desacralising the Caliph It was rather devoted to exploring other political forms including the authority of the Sayyid perhaps best captured in Fadl’s career Second she argues that pan-Islamic engagement was not incompatible with particular territorial loyalties She shows how so much political and theological effort was being expended to prove the idea that loyalty to the British Empire was not incompatible with Islamic allegiances In a way it seeks to demolish the canonical image created by WW Hunter’s Indian Musalmans which centred on the idea that Indian Muslims would remain a political threat to any territorial political formation because their allegiances were transnational She builds on Ayesha Jalal’s somewhat overstated thesis that pan-Islamism was a British phobia Third she seeks to show how political loyalty to territorial forms combined with the creation of a new cosmopolitanism where the field of thought and action transcended the boundaries of one empire and spilled into the other And in a theme with the most contemporary resonance she demonstrates the symbiotic love-hate relationship between the empires and newly emerging theologies On the one hand empires feared and demonised new movements like Wahabism; on the other hand they consistently used them for political ends If you want to understand the contradictory nature of the engagement of modern empires with Islam this book provides a fascinating historical guide There will be much to quarrel with in a book this rich The use of the term “cosmopolitan” is misleading and under-theorised Sure these are figures that operate on a large geographical canvas but they could be remarkably insular Take for instance Kairanawi’s Izharul Haq which was not an exemplar of modern scientificity as Alavi claims It was a mean-minded polemic that sought to demolish the authenticity of Christian and Jewish revelation while establishing the superiority of Islam It is true as Alavi argues that the Muslim political imagination was compatible with a variety of political forms But she skirts over the thorny question: in the process of producing new interpretations new forms of authority new codes of conduct for Muslims straddled in and between empires what were the kinds of exclusions being produced How does the language of purity a recurring theme sit with the discourse of cosmopolitanism It is not a cosmopolitanism that is attuned todifference Alavi’s generosity has opened a fascinating vista of scholarship but it also prevents her from asking somewhat nastier questions about the evasive exclusions and silences in the figures she studies Pratap Bhanu Mehta is president Centre Policy Research New Delhi For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News adding that social activists are scared of raising voice against the government for fear of being persecuted.Sapna nominates Luv and Hiten ? The UT police had booked Utsav in a case under sections 324 (voluntarily causing hurt) and 506 (criminal intimidation).there have been 1,who specialises in guiding people how to cope with the loss of their loved ones and who himself may not have got over the death of his wife three years ago. Professor at the Imperial College London. The CBI has already arrested Ashok Kumar Saha and Sibamoy Dutta.

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