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* Add milk and cook on low flame until each grain is soft and mushy. head to Kyani & Co. which offers it with egg frankfurter fries and baked beans at an additional price if you wish Price: Rs 295 + taxes per plate Maharashtrian: Kothambir Vadi at Aaswad Dadar West Kothambir Vadi at Aaswad Image credit: Cryselle DSouza Kothambir Vadi or coriander fritters are made with green coriander and Bengal gram flour flavoured with sesame ginger red chilli powder and turmeric The mixture is first steamed and then deep-fried till crispy Aaswad may have an award-winning missal but the Kothambir Vadi remains on our list of must-try Price: Rs 48 per plate (inclusive of taxes) Malayali: Karimeen Fry at Lalit Refreshment – Taste of Kerala Fort Karimeen Fry at Taste of Kerala Image courtesy: Kairali Online/ YouTube Traditionally a Syrian-Christian delicacy the fish fry is now synonymous with Kerala Pear Spot fish common to the backwaters is marinated in chillies turmeric coriander ginger garlic and other spices; it’s wrapped in a banana leaf and fried in coconut oil The spicy fish with its distinct flavour is the perfect snack even if you’re not lunching Price: As per size Mangalorean: Goli Bhaje at Hotel Ramashray Matunga East Goli Bhaje at Ram-Ashray Image credit: Ruchik Randhap Goli Bhaje is common on menus of Udipis in Matunga Made with maida curd rice gram flour ginger chillies coconut coriander and other ingredients these pakodas from Karnataka are the perfect snack with your filter kaapi Price: Rs 35 per plate (inclusive of taxes) East Indian: Fugias at Kalpana Snacks Bandra West Fugias at Kalpana Snacks Image courtesy: pepperchilliandvaniliablogspotin Fugia is a deep-fried East Indian bread and isn’t hard to find if you meander around the East Indian colony in Bandra Usually an accompaniment to vindaloo sorpotel and other East Indian Goan and Mangalorean gravies fugias are sweet and are made with sugar maida and yeast The bread is not on the menu of any restaurant but you’ll find small road-side stalls selling this lovely snack Price: Rs 20 for a packet of 12 (inclusive of taxes) Goan: Rechad Bangda Fry at Susheghad Gomantak Mahim West Rechad Bangda Fry at Susheghad Image credit: Cryselle DSouza Everyone knows a Goan’s love for fish Common to Goan restaurants in the city the Rechad/Rechado fry is a simple fish fry where bangda is marinated in Rechado masala – red spice paste made with dried red chillies turmeric tamarind ginger garlic toddy vinegar and deep-fried We’d recommend with a pint of King’s beer Price: Rs 150 per plate (inclusive of taxes) Andhra: Punugulu at Gonguura Andheri West Punugulu at Gogura Image courtesy: Cryselle DSouza The city’s only vegetarian Andhra restaurant has a favourite tea-time snack from the state The pakoda-like Punugulu are deep-fried rice-flour fritters which are fluffy at the core and crispy on the outside One plate punugulu with some kaapi please Price: Rs 130 per plate (inclusive of taxes) Gujarati: Ghughra at Soam Girgaon Ghughra at Soam image credit: Shutter Stock Ghughra ghujiya karanji may all look the same (crescent-shaped and deep-fried) but the Gujarati ghughra is stuffed with a mash of peas and other spices that makes it a savoury snack but has a subtle sweet taste too Soam serves Ghughra as part of their Farsan Platter Price: Rs 220 + taxes per platter Sindhi: Sanna Pakora Kailash Parbat Colaba Sanna Pakora at Kailash Parbat Image courtesy: cookshideoutcom Sindhi cuisine is vast but sadly we don’t have a full fledged Sindhi restaurant in the city (Royal Sindh which opened in Versova is now shut) However you can spot a few stray items on the menus of a few restaurants The double-fried onion fritters – Sanna Pakora are easily any Sindhi’s favourite with tea come winter rain or summer Onions coriander dried pomegranate seeds green chillies are mixed with gram flour batter; shaped into large pakodas and semi-fried These pakodas are later cut into smaller pieces and fried again till crisp Pair them with tamarind chutney a cup of strong chai Price: Rs 50 per plate (inclusive of taxes) Burrp is owned by Network18 (which also owns Firstpost) Written by Agencies | New York | Published: April 27 2010 9:19 am Related News Lindsay Lohan has been banned from a LA club after allegedly attacking her ex-lover Samantha Ronson with a glass during a party The former couple are said to have clashed at trendy nightspot Trousdale in Los Angeles on Fridayreported New York Post Witnesses claim Samantha was sitting with friends when Lindsay stormed up and threw her drink at the DJ’s headsending shards of glass flying in the air The onlookers claim Samantha32was unhurtbut left badly shaken “Samantha was DJ-ing and went to sit with her friends when Lindsay stormed over and threw a glass at her head Glass flew everywhereand Samantha looked really shaken up The club owner asked Lindsay to leave and was overheard saying she’ll never come back” an onlooker told the newspaper Samanthawho continued to party with her palslater wrote on Twitter”Just got a glass thrown at my head… Hmmm – wonder who did it” Last weekLindsay23had claimed Samantha “spat in her face” at a Coachella music festival partybut the DJ denied it Although the couple officially ended their stormy relationship last yearthey still have a lot of contact with each other It has been an eventful few weeks for Lindsay Police turned up with Lindsay’s dad Michael at her Hollywood flat last week after concerns about her 16-year-old sister Ali’s welfare She was also accused of stealing a ‘friend’s’ Rolex watchwhich she has since denied For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsVaranasi:Taking a swipe at the ‘garibi hatao’ campaign of Congress Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Fridaysaid those who could not bring any real change in the lives of the poor or even open bank accounts for them during their five-decade rule were now questioning his government The Prime Minister on his first trip to his Lok Sabha constituency in over eight months claimed poverty alleviation measures have lacked a proper direction and they are spoken about during election time as a "tradition" He also took a dig at the critics of his "Jan Dhan Yojana" saying had they helped the poor open bank accounts earlier they would have been spared the worry about operation of the recently opened accounts under the scheme "What these people could not do in 50 years I will do in 50 months I have come here to tell this" Modi said "We have been hearing about ‘garibi hatao’ for the last 40-50 years In elections also we have been hearing about poverty alleviation programmes for poor It has become a tradition in politics to talk about the poor and their welfare There is need to come out of this tradition" Modi said He said till now all experiments in this regard have not yielded the desired results and "we have not been able to bring the desired changes in the lives of the poor "I don’t want to blame any government but want to focus on things that the poor can come out of poverty" Modi said PM Narendra Modi interacts with a beneficiary while giving away e-rickshaws and pedal rickshaws to help impoverished families in Varanasi PTI The Prime Minister wondered why none of the educated ever questioned any politician in the past as to why bank accounts were not opened for the poor "Banks were nationalised in the country 25 years ago but it did not help the poor to gain access to these financial institutions "No educated person has ever asked any politician why bank accounts were not opened for the poor It was taken for granted" he said adding that under the PM’s Jan Dhan Yojna over 18 crore bank accounts were opened and the poor have deposited Rs 30000 crore of their money in such accounts after his government was formed "Those who did not open any bank accounts for the poor are today seeking my accountability on the issue They are worried whether the new bank accounts we opened are operational "It would have been much better had these people worked in last 40-50 years to open doors of banks to poverty stricken people They would not have to asked me such questions today What these people could not do in 50 years I will do in 50 months I have come here to tell them this" he said Modi stressed on skill development and said if technology is allowed to enter the lives of the poorest of the poor they can earn more and become self-reliant He earlier distributed 101 E-rickshaws and another 501 cycle-rickshaws to poor people who never owned a rickshaw in their lifetime Modi said this programme is not just to change the lives of a few people but a new beginning that will change the future of ‘Kashi’ and its poor "Due to these things things will start moving fast and the town will get a new identity and the common man’s lives will improve" he said This was the Prime Minister’s third visit to the ancient temple town after assuming office in May last The much-awaited tour comes eight months after his last visit on December 25 last year Two of his previous proposed visits were cancelled due to heavy rainfall in June and July The Prime Minister said the poor want to give a bright future to their future generations and asked them to ensure that their children are educated He talked about the skill development initiative by his government and said by enhancing their skills they can earn better livelihood and bring a change in their life "Our attempt is towards this" he said addressing the gathering at a ground in the Cantonment area "There have been numerous schemes aimed at poverty alleviation but these have not yielded desired results "That is where our thrust on skill development and the use of modern technology becomes important" the Prime Minister said The Prime Minister earlier shook hands and chatted with some of the beneficiaries who stood besidee-rickshaws decorated with flowers "I got a chance to speak to some of those who have been given e-rickshaws today They have been imparted proper training to drive the vehicle which they would own within a year or two after repaying loans that have been made available to them on low interest rates" Modi said "They are upbeat over the prospect of earning a little more by exerting themselves a little less And they are now also looking forward to ensure adequate education for their children which is the cheapest and the surest way to break the vicious cycle of poverty" Modi said "We need to appreciate the intelligence of the poor people and their willingness to innovate" he said The programme organised by Rickshaw Sangh here was also attended by Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik and State Jail Minister Balram Yadav Top officials of the America Indian Foundation which is one of the organisers of the rickshaw distribution drive and financial institutions like IDBI SIDBI UCO Bank and Bharatiya Micro Credit shared the stage with the Prime Minister The Prime Minister said that the plying of e-rickshaws by well-trained drivers "will not only improve the lives of the poor people who are direct beneficiaries but also transform the ancient city of Kashi" and leave a favourable impact on tourists and pilgrims "I am confident that such arrangements will help bring the poor out of poverty and help them move forward I urge all those getting a rickshaw if you have anger against me to express it is your right But do not deprive your children from education The biggest tool against poverty is education Things will start changing soon" he said He also lauded the women of Varanasi who in large numbers had sent him ‘rakhis’ He said the day was celebrated as ‘Suraksha Bandhan’ among the people of Varanasi Modi would be meeting a delegation of ‘Shiksha Mitras ‘ or contractual teachers in state-run primary schools of Uttar Pradesh The ‘Shiksha Mitras’ are agitating following a recent order of the Allahabad High Court which declared as "illegal" the move of the Samajwadi Party government in the state to regularise their services in violation of the norms laid down by the National Council for Teachers’ Education and the Right to Education Act Modi who won in the Lok Sabha elections from Varanasi and Vadodara but gave up the seat in his home state to retain this eastern UP constituency is also likely to meet a number of local BJP leaders The party had put up its best ever performance in the last Lok Sabha elections gaining a majority on its own and winning 71 out of 80 seats in UP Assembly elections in UP are about a year and a half away and the party which lacks a strong state-level leadership is hoping of putting up a good show by virtue of Modi’s charisma The Prime Minister will inaugurate a trauma centre situated inside the Benares Hindu University He will also inaugurate Integrated Power Development Scheme (IPDS) for which the Centre is providing a budgetary outlay of more than Rs 45000 crore The scheme promises to ensure 24X7 power supply to people across the country Out of the total budgetary support by the Centre more than Rs 3000 crore are allocated for Uttar Pradesh with about Rs 600 crore said to be earmarked for Varanasi itself Other projects to be inaugurated by the PM include a new railway reservation counter which would be situated near the Ramnagar Post Office a 16-km-long ‘Ring Road’ which would involve a cost of more than Rs 250 crore and make the journey to and from neighbouring districts like Jaunpur Azamgarh and Ghazipur a lot easier The Prime Minister will also lay down the foundation stone for four-laning of the road connecting the Babatpur airport on the outskirts of the city to the Kutchery premises which would go a long way in decongesting traffic on the routes connecting the airport to the city Modi would address a public meeting before leaving for Babatpur airport for his return journey Earlier the Prime Minister reached the venue straightfrom the Babatpur airport where he was received among others by Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik and Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav PTI On Thursday the BJP put on a remarkable performance winning 82 seats in the BMC election Aside from the fact that this marks a 1645 percent increase in the number of seats the party holds in the country’s wealthiest civic body it also signifies a changing view of the BJP in Maharashtra over the past five years Additionally Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has emerged and been accepted as the face of the party in the state BMC Polls Seats won in 2017 Seats won in 2012 Difference Percentage change BJP 82 31 +51 +1645% Shiv Sena 84 75 +9 +12% Congress 31 52 -21 -404% NCP 9 13 -4 -308% MNS 7 28 -21 -75% Others 14 13 +1 +77% The party particularly Mumbai BJP presidentAshish Shelar and Fadnavis wants development and a transparent common minimum programme with the Shiv Sena And to secure his own government in the state Fadnavis wants an alliance with the Sena in the BJP however it would have to be on the BJP’s terms and conditions Tasked with the job of planning the BJP’s strategy are Fadnavis Shelar Vinod Tawde and Chandrakant Patil Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadanvis celebrates his party’s performance in the BMC elections PTI Meanwhile the party’s national president Amit Shah has sent messages to the state leaders saying that the party will not tie-up with the Sena in the BMC Shah has suggested instead that the party attempt to seek the support of smaller parties and Independents and try to break up the Congress bloc (and lure rebels) But he insisted that another alliance with the Sena is to be avoided And the primary reason for this aversion to joining hands with Uddhav is the that the campaign against Prime Minister Narendra Modi (by the likes of Uddhav and other Sena members) has not gone down well with the BJP central leadership The message from the central leadership is that if a new solution cannot be worked out then it’s best to work for the city while sitting in the Opposition The mayoral election is 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