1. Mandal Commission came into force during the tenure of which Prime Minister? Answer: North – V. P. Singh 2. What is SARS?
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The National Security Act is an act that empowers the government to detain a person if the authorities are satisfied that he/she is a threat to national security or to prevent him/her from disrupting public order.
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Oh, dear companion, how poor Are you? You closed your eyes and the skies weren't blue. The shining light reflects on your eyes
It is only yesterday that I realised during one of the weekly follow ups with my students, that as they enter week 4 of their millet journey with me, 80 per cent of their food has already been ‘milletified’. Their families have started loving the change, and the millets are getting adjusted to their ever-evolving palates. The good news is, rolling wheat chapatis is now boring and a daunting task for them. They are enjoying the variety in their menu and are always on the lookout for newer recipes with millets.
One of the classic dishes of Kerala is the rather surprising Malabar or Kerala parotta. I say “surprising” because Kerala’s cuisine is very rice-centric – even the roti-like pathiri is made of rice flour – whereas the parotta, found all over the state on street corners and in restaurants, is made of maida, or refined wheat flour. A relatively recent addition to the cuisine of the state (most likely in the 20th century), its origins remain hazy.