Indian Gold colour five Rupees coins were introduced in the mid-2014 and it looks beautiful. However, most of the people would not have observed few rare coin designs. The following are few of the extremely rare 5 rupees coins from my personal collection.
Made in China products are sold in India and in a very large number. These products vary from commodities to food to electronic devices and are sold at a very cheap price. Some of the products have been banned in India but some still alive and affecting our health. The following is a list of food from china you should and must avoid. 1. Apple Juice -
One apple from china a day, will harmful for your life. China actually uses banned pesticides to grow apples and those apples are sold raw as well as in the form of drinks which is harmful to your health. 2. Chicken -
The chicken from china is polluted and according to research done by many agricultural departments has concluded that the chicken suffers from avian flu and other foodborne illnesses. 3. Industrial Salt -
Industrial Salt is not actually edible but somehow this salt has been used worldwide as a normal table salt. This salt may contain chemicals which can give you high blood pressure, hypertension, and heart attack. 4. Green Peas -
The recent discovery has shown that China's green peas are actually fake created with snow peas, soy beans, green dye and sodium metabisulfite (A bleaching agent). 5. Chicken Egg -
In china, they create the fake chicken eggs. They look like and feel like an egg but they are completely artificial. The eggs are made with non-edible industrial chemicals which are very harmful to your body. 6. Tilapia Fish -
80% of tilapia from china comes from polluted water which is unsafe. Plus they are fed with bad food which makes tilapia toxic and very harmful to your health. 7. Cod Fish -
Cod Fish is also grown in polluted water which is unsafe. The chemical grown fishes grow well but very harmful to eat. 8. Processed Mushrooms -
Like the fishes, mushrooms are grown in dirty areas. These mushrooms are not cleaned or processed well. 9. Chinese Garlic -
Methyl bromide is used as pesticides to grow Chinese garlic. This is harmful to your food as it causes abdominal pain, convulsions, dizziness, headache. 10. Plastic Rice -
The report suggests that what china exports are not actually rice. The rice is made with potato and resin plastic and is very harmful to your body.
Media has proved us time and again that they want TRP rather than the facts. Now after Bengaluru Police cancelled the show, presstitutes are propagating total false information. Today if you search about the David Guetta event, the main thing what you see is that Bangalore was not prepared for such a big event after mass molestation incident on the New Years Eve. But the main fact is nowhere visible. I am giving you 3 facts about the David Guetta Show and as a citizen, you decide. 1. Organisers submitted permission letter on Monday - The footfall of the event is around 20,000 people. Bangalore has hosted many events twice as large as this but this time Bangalore Police did not give permission because the organisers submitted the permission letter very late. Giving security to 20,000 people is not a joke, it needs to be well planned and executed. 2. Last Minute Venue was changed - Let's understand this wisely, it's not easy to shift 20,000 people event at the last minute and expect everything to go right. David Guetta event was moved out of city limited to a venue which falls under rural area. 3. Local elections - How many of you know that there is a local election happening in the same district? By the way, I want to give a tight slap on Mr.Karan Singh, CEO of Sunburn for misleading the public and of course presstitutes for their shameless reports. By the way, Bangalore police have offered organisers to reschedule the event.
Bangalore has everything but on New Year's Eve we always get confused is to what to do. Party offers flow all over the social media, messages from different hotels and pubs. Your hands are tight because of demonetization and of course your drunk friend is inviting you to his home to get sloshed. But how do you want to welcome your 2017? Check the list below, might help
If you are a very spiritual person then you can visit temple or church. ISKCON Temple in Rajajinagar is open till 12.30 AM on the New Year's Eve. ISKCON Bangalore is actually conducting an event where you can involve yourself Chanting the Hare Krishna mantra, Take part in Spiritual Activities, sing the Sankirtans and of course take the darshan of the lord during the Midnight Arathi.
Roam around the Empty Roads
Because most of the people will be inside the clubhouses and lounge bars, you can explore the empty roads of Bengaluru. It is a very rare sight indeed because only on New Year's Eve you can actually see empty roads but sparkling. You might bump into people who are partying on the road, maybe shout back Happy New Year at them.
A Long Drive
A Long Drive is usual and can be done any day but there is something special driving or riding with your loved one. You can drive along with your partner and exactly at 12 midnight, you can give her a kiss in the moonlight. Ahhh.... How Romantic!
Many people actually don't know what happens in Brigade Road on the New Year's Eve. Entertainment, group wishes and public drinking, everything happens at Brigade Road. Cops are everywhere, drones monitoring every second will make you feel secure and enjoy to the fullest. At least once in your life, you should explore Brigade Road on the New Year's Eve.
Games & Entertainment
I personally would love to celebrate or welcome New Year playing games. You can either stay home, drink and hook on to your Xbox or you can take a ride to Smaaash, 1 MG road which is filled with exciting games. You can get drunk too.
10000 feet of pure thrill which includes almost 7000 feet of free fall is a worth an experience. You can experience Skydiving in Mysore on 31st December 2016. Can't get better than this.
Just escape to the nearby destinations like Coorg, Hampi, Wayanad, Kodaikanal, Pondicherry, Gokarna etc. You can go there, just relax, smell the breeze and relax yourself seeing the wonders of the world.
The best thing you can do on New Year's Eve is that you can sit at home, watch your favourite movie. Bake a cake, cut it at 12 and eat it. January 2 falls on Monday, so go to the office with fresh thoughts and mood.
With the hashtag #PeekeMatChala, Ola Cabs Christmas' social media campaign rocked twitter. Tweeting like how a drunk person tweets, Ola Cabs created a mess with an attached message. Watch this to know more.
Indian Institute of Hotel Management has just announced the 3rd edition of the Young Chef Olympiad in India. Like the last year, Culinary art students from many countries have signed up to participate in this event, making this one of the biggest culinary events in the world. However, it is even bigger and better this time. YCO allows young chefs to represent their country and compete on an international platform, providing a great starting point for their careers. The Young Chef Olympiad 2017 will be held from 28th January to 2nd February 2017, featuring over 60 countries. The event is supported by Ministry of Tourism, Government of India. Chef Boris Leung from Hong Kong will be the Chief Judge for this edition. The panel of judges also includes eminent names like Chef Andreas Muller from Hong Kong, Chef Udo Leick from Dubai, Chef Kunal Kapur, Chef Ranveer Brar, Chef Abhijit Saha, Chef Manjit Singh Gill, Chef Parvinder Bali, Chef Sabyasachi Gorai, Chef Karen Anand, Chef Ajay Chopra, Chef Shaun Kenworthy among others. Several top hotels across India and Embassy Officials also take a keen interest in the event, which has become the highlight of the year for the youngsters in the hospitality industry. YCO 2017 will be held in four phases. The first round will be held in Delhi on 28th January 2017, following the Opening Ceremony at Talkatora Indoor Stadium, New Delhi. The second round will be held simultaneously in Bengaluru and Pune, and final round is scheduled in Kolkata. Competitors will undertake 3 rounds with differing culinary challenges and at the end of which the 10 contestants with the highest aggregate score from all 3 rounds will go through to the Final round.
Round 1: Delhi
Time Allowed: 90
recipe and displaying basic skills
A) 4 portions of a classical chicken dish
according to a recipe provided and that should be appropriate for fine
dining service and
B) 2 Omelet’s appropriate for a fine dining a
la carte breakfast
Bengaluru & Pune
Time allowed: 90
Dish to prepare:
4 Main Course portions of a Vegetarian dish produced from a basket of
ingredients. Not all the ingredients have to be used except for the
mystery ingredient that will be announced to the contestants 24 hours
before the start of Round 2. There will be a different mystery ingredient
for each competing group. The chosen recipe can reflect the contestant’s
cuisine and culture and it must be appropriate for service in a brasserie or
Round 3: Kolkata
Time allowed: 90
a traditional recipe and displaying creativity and innovation
A) 4 individual portions of a classical
Pudding dish based on a given recipe
B) 4 individual portions of a dessert prepared
from a basket of specified ingredients and that is appropriate for service in a
fine dining restaurant
The 10 highest
aggregated scores from Rounds 1, 2 and 3 will go through to the Final of
Time allowed: 2
Theme: A test in
Creativity, Innovation, Skills and Professional Good Practice
A) 4 portions of 4 individual Tapas dishes as
a selection of Appetizers
B) 4 portions of a Fish dish as a Main Course
The competition will feature 2 sets of judges for each round. One set will be marking on the technical and production element and the other set of judges will be marking on the presentation, taste, flavor and culinary knowledge. And like last year, the winner will be awarded $10,000 and the prestigious title of winning YCO 2017.
A few months ago, when I decided to take a journey to see how life can change from the present. There was a reason why I took that trip to some unknown places. I had no goals in life, nor any interest but had a faith in something which made me live my life. The life I had lived was mixed with joy and sadness but nothing is constant in this life. There was some feeling in my heart which exceeded its limit and hit my brain too hard which tumbled my inner consciousness. Some of the sad moments which made me decided to start my life all over again with an ultimate journey of life.
At 3 AM, I took a walk to the main bus stand 5 km away from my home. It took me around an hour to reach. I climbed on the bus and at exactly 5.10 AM the bus started moving. Well! I actually didn't know where it was going till the conductor asked me. I was not so sure so I give him 1000 rupees and told him last stop. He gave me a ticket which said 'Tirupati'. I am a spiritual man and I was very happy to start my journey with the Lord. The thought process was wild throughout the journey like the outside weather. Sometimes hot, sometimes cold, rainy and cloudy.
6 hours later, I landed in Tirupati bus stand. Was tired, but fortunately, with some contacts, I got a place to settle for a night. Next day early morning I woke up and started my journey towards the hill. I feel blissful when I get more pain, therefore, I started trekking the seven hills. Devotions, chants made me blissful but my stamina was not up to the mark. I felt life is like this hill and decided to crack this challenge. Actually, this was my first challenge of life. The emotion, devotion, and desire all worked hard to achieve an unachievable task for my weight. I climbed 3800 steps to reach the Kaliyuga Vaikunta and achieved it in 5 hours. The next challenge is getting inside the Que to take the Darshan of the Lord. Usually, it takes around 2 hours but due to some VVIP moments, it took me 4 hours to get inside the temple.
The footpath to the Kaliyuga Vaikunta is painful and standing in Que for 4 hours is both irritating and painful but the face of the divine kills the pain and his Prasadam just made me blissful. Is this life I asked? The inner soul responded yes. That is when I decided to go explore the life more. Next stop, Tirupati Airport. Spending more than ₹6000, I took a flight to Delhi. It was a perfect start, a Path to Perfection.