Recipe: Chilli Paneer

Try out the delightful Chilli Paneer recipe.


• 600 gm Paneer (Prepare small Paneer balls)
• 5 tbsp Corn Flour
• Green chilli (10 medium sizes)
• 2 tbsp Tomato Sauce
• 1 tbsp Chilli Sauce
• 2 tbsp Soya Sauce
• Salt to taste
• Oil for frying
• 1 Green Capsicum (chopped)
• 4 Onions


• Mix Paneer balls with corn flour fry it in a kadai till it become brown.
• In a separate kadai, fry onions till brown.
• Cut green chilli into small pieces and add it to fried onion.

Racist attacks spread to Adelaide, student assaulted

Melbourne, June 12: Racial attacks on Indian students spread to South Australia with a 22-year-old being allegedly assaulted by a teenager in Adelaide after making “rude” comments about his turban, even as the state premier warned he will not tolerate any form of racism.

Police said the Indian student suffered a broken nose and sore jaw in the incident in Adelaide’s busy market area of Rundle Mall yesterday and that they have arrested a 17-year-old youth in this connection.

The attacker has been bailed to appear in the Adelaide Youth Court.

Satyam floats ‘pool’ plan to cut staff cost

Hyderabad, June 12: The board of Satyam which met on Thursday has announced that to address the issue of excess employees, it is launching a Virtual Pool Program (VPP), an one-time programme, effective June 2009, which is aimed at addressing staff costs while retaining talent within the company.

Vedanta arm to buy Dempo’s biz

Mumbai, June 12: Anil Agarwal’s shopping spree continues. Even as the pursuit for Arizona-based copper firm Asarco is on, Agarwal has sealed a deal back home.

Sesa Goa, a subsidiary of Agarwal’s Vedanta Resources, is buying the Dempo group’s oldest and most priced asset its mining business in Goa for Rs 1,750 crore in an all-cash deal. A few months ago, the Dempos separated the mining business and investment portfolio from the holding company, V S Dempo & Co (VSD), to make way for a new investor.

I’d let my work speak for myself: Rajeev

Mumbai, June 12: Happy maintaining a low profile, Rajeev Khandelwal tells TOI that being choosy doesn’t make him insecure since no one in the film industry can feel secure at any stage in life.

Post the success of Aamir, you don’t exactly seem to have been on a signing spree…

American held at Chennai airport for carrying revolver

Chennai, June 11: An American national was on Thursday arrested at the Chennai airport for carrying a loaded revolver, officials said.

Central Industrial and Security Force personnel found the weapon while scanning the baggage of Semilar (58) when he was about to board a Mumbai-bound flight at the domestic airport here.

He was later handed over to the airport authorities, CISF officials said.

Semilar had arrived here last week from New Delhi to undergo treatment at a private hospital.

After preliminary inquiry, officials said he had a valid licence issued in the US.

Hearing in Sankararaman murder case adjourned to July 7

Puducherry, June 11: Hearing in the Sankararaman murder case, in which Kanchi mutt seer Jayendra Saraswathi and his junior Vijayendra Saraswathi are the main accused, has been adjourned to July seven.

Special Public Prosecutor N Devadoss told a news agency that the cross examination of prosecution witnesses slated for today has been adjourned to next month as Principal District and Sessions Judge D Krishnaraj before whom the case was being tried, is being transferred as District Judge in Thanjavur.

Salman and Katrina: From warring lovers to philanthropist twosome

Mumbai, June 11: For two lovebirds, who are known for their opposite temperaments and dud chemistry, Salman and Katrina seem to have more in common than what meets the eye. The couple, whose tumultuous relationship has been nothing short of a soap opera– courtesy the unending juicy B-town gossip, is now headed on the philanthropist route to seek solace.

Earth-Venus smash-up possible in 3.5 bn years: Study

Paris, June 11: A force known as orbital chaos may cause our Solar System to go haywire, leading to possible collision between Earth and Venus or Mars, according to a study released Wednesday.

The good news is that the likelihood of such a smash-up is small, around one-in-2500.

And even if the planets did careen into one another, it would not happen before another 3.5 billion years.

Funny SMS

Businessman explaining the reason for having 2 wives
“Monopoly is always damaging
Competition improves service”.

Love is possible after friendship
but friendship is not possible after love
medicines work before death later nothing can be cured….!!!


A LOVE STORY : Lux and Rexona are lovers,
lived in 501 apartment in Ariel street.
Lux’s father Cinthol,
mother Hamam opposed their marriage.
They fixed his marriage with Pears.
But Rexona’s father Lifebouy and mother Santoor decided Lux
and Rexona’s marriage
in registrars office. Rexona’s uncle Rin,
aunty Nirma signed
as witness.
1 year later Rexona
gave birth to twins
They named babies
Johnson and Johnson
I reminded all soap names
Take bath atleast today

Funny SMS

Dilbert’s “Salary Theorem” states that “Engineers and scientists can never earn as much as business executives and sales people.”

This theorem can now be supported by mathematical proof based on the following two postulates:

Postulate 1: Knowledge is Power.

Postulate 2: Time is Money.

As every engineer knows: Power = Work / Time.

Since Knowledge = Power, then Knowledge =Work / Time.

Since Time = Money, then Knowledge =Work / Money.

Solving for Money, we get Money =Work / Knowledge.

Funny SMS

Nothing, I suddenly remembered Your Face
Oh my God..
Very funny creation
🙂 🙂

Recipe : Egg Sandwich

Try out this scrumptious sandwich in breakfast.


• 2 Slices of brown bread, toasted
• 1 Large hard-boiled egg
• 1 tbsp spring onion, chopped
• 2 tbsp Mayonnaise
• 2 tbsp coriander leaves, chopped
• 1 Leaf of lettuce
• Pepper and salt to taste


• Peel and chop the hard hard-boiled egg.
• Combine together the egg, mayonnaise, onion and coriander, mix well.
• Add salt and pepper to it.
• Spread the egg mixture on the bread, add lettuce to it.
• Cut it in half and serve immediately.

Recipe: Chicken Farcha

Try out this interesting Parsi recipe.


10 Pieces chicken
6 Eggs (beaten)
1 Cup bread crumbs
2 tbsp Red Chilli powder
1 tbsp Turmeric powder
1 tbsp Garam masala
2 Ginger
6 Garlic flakes
Salt to taste


Grind ginger and garlic and make a paste.
Mix together chicken, salt, turmeric powder, red chilli powder and garam masala.
Add ginger garlic paste.
Marinate for 2 hours.
Steam cook till the chicken is cooked.
Roll each piece in bread crumb.
Put in beaten egg one by one.
Fry rolled pieces till they turn crispy.
Serve hot.

Fed lost $5.3bn on Bear Stearns, AIG holdings in Q1

Washinggton, June 11: The Federal Reserve lost $5.25 billion in the first quarter on the securities it acquired with last year’s bailouts of Bear Stearns and insurer American International Group Inc., according to a report issued Wednesday.

The loss on the holdings, which include mortgage-backed securities, reflected a decline in their value as the recession stretched into the first three months of this year. The cumulative loss on the Bear and AIG holdings comes to $16.46 billion since they were taken over last year. Of that total, a loss of $9.18 billion went to the New York Fed.



250 gms fish washed, sliced
1 cup coriander leaves chopped
2 tomatoes finely chopped
8 cloves garlic
2 green chillies chopped
1 tsp methi seeds
1 tsp coriander powder
A pinch turmeric powder
Salt To Taste
oil as required.


Marinate the fish in salt and turmeric powder for 15 minutes.
Shallow fry the fish pieces, drain and keep aside.
Grind the coriander leaves, garlic and green chillies.
Heat oil, add masala paste and fry till the oil separates out.



4 white fish fillets (steamed and cut into pieces)
2 eggs
A large pinch of salt
A pinch of red chili powder
2 tbsp corn flour
2 tbsp lemon juice
1 tsp chopped coriander leaves
Oil for deep-frying paoda


Beat the eggs, salt, chili powder, lemon juice and coriander leaves together to make a batter. Add corn flour and mix well to form a smooth batter.
Heat oil in a kadhai or deep-frying pan.
Dip each fish piece into the batter and fry in batches till golden and crisp all over.
Serve the fish pakora hot with your favorite chutney or ketchup.



500 gms fish cut into slices
1 coconut grated
2 tsp til
2 tsp dhania powder
1 tsp mustard seeds
1 tsp jeera
2 tsp khus khus
1/2 tsp haldi
2 tsp chilli powder
2 green chilies
3-4 tbsp oil
1 onion sliced fine
few curry leaves
lemon size tamarind
salt to taste

To make Masala grind the til, dhania, jeera, mustard, khus khus, 1 tbsp grated coconut, chili powder, haldi garlic and 1 onion to a fine paste.
Extract 2 cups milk from the grated coconut. Extract the pulp from the tamarind soaked in 1 cup of water.

MCA student ends life after being ragged by seniors

Warangal, June 09: Fed up with the “ragging” by his seniors at an engineering college, a 22-year-old MCA student committed suicide here, police said Tuesday.

Devender Kumar, a second-year student of Vasavi Engineering College, Ibrahimpatnam in Hyderabad, ended his life by jumping before a running train near Dharamaram village here yesterday, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Warangal town, Venkateshwar Rao said.

A suicide note found from Kumar’s pocket said that he was taking the extreme step as he was finding it difficult to put up with the ragging by his seniors, Rao said.

TRS chief to hold talks with senior party leaders

Hyderabad, June 09: The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) president T Chandrasekhar Rao is expected to make efforts to contain persisting dissidence in his party which broke out in the wake of the debacle in recent elections.

The TRS President, against whom a police case has been registered in his Lok Sabha constituency of Mahaboobnagar for tracing his whereabouts, arrived here last night from Delhi.

Rao is expected to hold confabulations with senior party leaders on ways to revive the party in the aftermath of the drubbing it suffered in the elections.

Advani cautions first-time MPs against temptations

New Delhi, June 09: Senior BJP leader L K Advani Tuesday cautioned the party’s newly-elected MPs against falling to any “temptation” and asked them to maintain “purity in conduct”.

Addressing the BJP parliamentary party meet here, Advani asked the 58 first-time MPs to maintain “purity in their conduct”.

The Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha also cautioned them against falling to any kind of “temptation” offered to them.

Israel’s Ehud Olmert convicted of USD 600,000 fraud

Jerusalem, June 09: A former Israeli finance minister and a close aide of ex-prime minister Ehud Olmert was today convicted of embezzling USD 600,000 of public funds from a workers union.

Avraham Hirschon, finance minister from May 2006 to April 2007, was found guilty of embezzling the money while heading a workers union between 1998 and 2005.

He was a close aide of Olmert, who had himself resigned from office following a series of corruption charges against him.

After Priyanka, Shahid Kapur bows out of IIFA

Mumbai, June 09: Close on the heels of Priyanka Chopra`s exit from this year`s IIFA, her co-star from `Kaminey`, Shahid Kapur too has pulled out from the upcoming award ceremony citing shooting commitments.

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The `Jab We Met` actor was to perform with Chopra on the title track of the Vishal Bhardwaj film, but since the schedule of IIFA was clashing with the dates committed to a producer he decided to miss the ceremony, which starts from June 11 in Macau (China).

‘Taliban changing tactics as religion no longer working’

Islamabad, June 08: The killing of two aides of radical cleric Sufi Mohammad who had brokered a controversial peace deal between the Taliban and the North West Frontier Province (NWFP) government points to a change in the militants’ tactics as religion no longer seems to be working for them, an editorial in a leading English daily said on Monday.

“Religion is no longer working for Baitullah Mehsud as the national consensus in Pakistan veers against his TTP,” Daily Times said in an editorial headlined ‘Possible change in Taliban tactics’.