YK MYK RSS STRATEGY SESSION IN DELHI TO SAVE BJP’S IMAGE IS SIGNIFICANT OPINION Rs. 5 RANCHI SUNDAY, 6 JUNE, 2021 PG-12, YEAR—11, ISSUE—33 (RNI NO: JHAENG / 2012 / 44137) KOHLI’S INDIA TEAM NOT A PATCH ON WINDIES, AUS AT PEAK SPORTS Morning India Govt serves final notice to Twitter over non-compliance of new IT rules CM Hemant Soren waters a plant to mark World Environment Day, in Ranchi on Saturday. WEATHER TODAY SOUTHWEST MONSOON ADVANCES INTO COASTAL STATES MAX 32 C MIN 24 C NEW DELHI: Southwest monsoon, which hit Kerala two days ago, has further advanced into more parts of the central Arabian Sea and many coastal states in the country, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Saturday. On Saturday, the monsoon has extended in the entire coastal Karnataka and Goa, some parts of Maharashtra, most parts north interior Karnataka, some parts of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, more parts of Tamil Nadu and the central Bay of Bengal and some parts of the northeast Bay of Bengal, the IMD said. As per the National Weather Forecasting Centre of the IMD, the southwestern monsoon is very likely to advance further. Rainfall may occur. AT A GLANCE COURT ALLOWS BANKS TO SELL VIJAY MALLYA'S PROPERTIES NEW DELHI: A Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) court has allowed banks to sell certain real estate assets and securities of fugitive business tycoon Vijay Mallya to recover their debts. "The PMLA court has given permission to banks to sell gcertain real estate properties and securities that belonged to disgraced tycoon Vijay Mallya to recover dues loan amount of over Rs 5,600 crore. It was earlier under the Enforcement Directorate," said a PNB top sources. PG 5 CORONA METER INDIA TOTAL CASES: 2,87,75,440 TOTAL DEATH: 3,46,055 WORLD TOTAL CASES: 173,482,886 TOTAL DEATH: 3,731,539 MI Photo Ethanol has become major priority of 21st century India: PM Modi NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said ethanol has become one of the major priorities of 21st century India and the country has taken a big step towards the sector. Addressing a virtual meeting on Word Environment Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, "Today, on the occasion of World Environment Day, India has taken another big step. A detailed roadmap for the development of the ethanol sector has just been released. An ambitious E-100 pilot project related to the production and distribution of ethanol across the country has also been launched in Pune. Now ethanol has become one of the major priorities of 21st century India." Prime Minister also interacted with farmers to gain insight on their firsthand experience, as enablers under the Ethanol Blended Petrol and Compressed BioGas Programmes. Prime Minister said India's capacity for renewable energy has increased by more than 250 percent in 6-7 years. India is today in the top-5 countries of the world in terms of installed renewable energy capacity. He emphasised that the capacity of solar energy has been increased by about 15 times in the last six years. "Until 7-8 years ago, ethanol was rarely discussed in the country. The focus on ethanol is having a better impact on the environment as well as on the lives of farmers. Today we have resolved to meet the target of 20 percent ethanol blending in petrol by 2025," PM Modi added. "Today, India is setting an example in front of the world that when it comes to protecting the environment. It is not necessary to block development works while doing so. Economy and Ecology both can go together, can move forward, this is the path India has chosen. 21st century India will get energy only from the modern thinking and modern policies of the 21st century. With this thinking, our government is continuously taking policy decisions in every field," he stated. Prime Minister said that a large part of the country's railway network has been electrified and airports. FOOD & TASTE CMYK 10 FOOD & For TV, e-paper & news visit: www.live7tv.com Morning India TASTE SUNDAY, RANCHI, JUNE 6, 2021 Recipes to devour this summer Food connects the dots of life like nothing else. With the onset of summers, tangy and sweet mangoes and nutty coconuts are great for pickles, chutneys, murabbas and jams of all sorts. Neha Mathur, a dentist by profession and a founder of WhiskAffair by passion shares the 'Hing Ka Achar' and slightly pinkish in colour 'Solkadhi' recipes that deeply connects with her childhood memories: SOLKADHI Ingredients: 15-20 pieces of dried kokum 1 cup grated fresh coconut salt to taste 0.5 inch piece of ginger 1 teaspoon chopped green chili peppers 1 tablespoon chopped cilantro Instructions: Rinse 15-20 pieces of dried kokum lightly with water. Soak them in a cup of hot water for 30 minutes. Mash the soaked kokum nicely in the water and squeeze with your palms. Discard the pulp. The color of the solkadhi will depend on the quality of kokum used. It ranges from brownish to dark pinkish. Transfer the leftover coconut pulp back to the blender. Add another cup of water and blend again for 8-10 seconds. Strain again to get thin coconut milk. Add 1 cup grated fresh coconut to a blender along with e inch piece of ginger (chopped) and 1 tsp chopped green chili pepper. Add 1 cup of water and blend to make a smooth paste. Add thick and thin coconut milk and kokum water to a large non-reactive mixing bowl or jug. Strain the coconut mixture using a fine mesh strainer to get thick coconut milk. Add salt to taste, 1 tbsp chopped cilantro, and a cup of water, and mix well. Solkadhi is ready. Chill it for a few hours before serving. If you want to serve it right away, add a few ice cubes to the serving glasses. I n the last one year, especially during the pandemic, the demand to empower home chefs saw an upsurge with new and innovative players entering the space making an exceptional growth on virtual platforms. Some who were already prominent in this space saw extraordinary growth considering everybody wanted to hone their chef skills. Check out these 5 platforms which can help refine your chef skills: YOUR FOOD LAB After being a Food Producer for MasterChef India, Mumbai-based Sanjyot Keer started Your Food Lab in 2016 which has garnered millions of views on the internet. For chefs, creating content in social media has become a win-win situation as the platforms can be seen flooded with varieties. Today, no doubt Your Food Lab is the most loved food video channel with easy and interesting recipes. FOODISM Foodism, a 2019 foodtech company that has brought together verticals like a Wholesome Food magazine, a website and an Instagram handle covering from great food to nutrition and more! They have a recipe sharing platform for members to come together and share their love and knowledge of food. It is also a one stop shop for food lovers and professionals and the only platform to incentivise content creators (recipes, lifestyle, health, wellness, blogs -- both video and posts). Foodism is also coming up with a mobile and web application that allows users to interact and network for business DISCOVER THE CHEF INSIDE YOU KABITA'S KITCHEN HING KA ACHAR Ingredients: 2.5 kg Raw Mango 0.5 kg Salt 50 g Hing 200 g Kashmiri Red Chilli Powder Method: Wash the mangos and wipe them with a kitchen cloth. Peel the mangoes and cut them into thin slices. Spread the mango slices on a clean cloth and let them dry for 2-3 hours. Mix all the ingredients in a bowl. Transfer the pickle in clean glass jars and keep in strong sun for 34 days. Bring the jars inside and keep them for another 10-12 days. The pickle is ready to serve after 12-15 days of making. Kabita Singh's YouTube channel called Kabita's Kitchen has 10.4 million subscribers. Kabita gave up her banking job to look after her son and since she had time she decided to pursue her passion for cooking. Kabita's aim is to keep the recipes simple so that everyone can cook. She posted her first YouTube video on November 2, 2014, and her channel has grown rapidly over the years. ROPOSO Roposo 'TV by the People' is an Indian social media platform that allows users to express, connect, and interact with the world. With its channel Hungry TV, people can curate cooking videos, upload them and learn a variety of dishes from the uploaded videos. It has tools which create realistic videos with music, voice-over applications and GIF stickers. DELHI FOODIES GET A CHAAT-AND-CHAT MENU elish a flavourful burst of delicacies as ITC Maurya presents its signature Chaat and Chat menu, evocative of the joyous chatter and delight associated with the street foods of India. Our menu is caringly selected by food sherpas and mindfully prepared by master chefs. Choose from a wide variety of lip-smacking delicacies that stay true to authentic Indian street food culture. The Chaat and Chat Menu is available through delivery and takeaway from Gourmet Couch selection. Order from a range of delicacies such as Golgappa with Teekha Mirch Jal Jeera, khasta papdi with dahi, Dahi Gujjia, Chana Kulcha, Kachodi with dahi haldi ke aloo and Gulab Jamun. The menu captures the flavours of Delhi's legendary food culture filled in a joyful box. The snacks are prepared to the highest standards of safety and hygiene in accordance to ITC Hotels 'We Assure' protocols. R TOP BRAIN-BOOSTING FOOD FOR CHILDREN EGGS Filling your child's breakfast plate with a combination of carbs, protein, and a small amount of healthy fat will help him or her stay energised throughout the day. Eggs are high in protein and as an added bonus they contain choline, which aids memory. OILY FISH Right food can help you improve your memory, concentration, and brain function. The brain, like the rest of the body, absorbs nutrients from the food we eat. Therefore, it is very important for kids to consume highly-nutritious food which are brain-boosters. Dietician Vidhi Chawla suggests some: Oily fish is high in omega-3 fatty acids and beneficial for brain development and health. Omega-3 fatty acids are necessary components of the cell's building blocks. Fish such as salmon, mackerel, fresh tuna, trout, sardines, and herring are high in omega-3 fatty acids and should be consumed once a week. OATS/OATMEAL Oatmeal and oats are excellent sources of energy and "fuel" for the brain. They are high in fibre, which keeps kids satisfied and prevents them from snacking on junk food. They're also high in vitamins E, B complex, and zinc, which help kids' brains function at their best. Use any topping, such as apples, bananas, blueberries, or even almonds over it. COLOURFUL VEGGIES Coloured vegetables are rich in anti-oxidants, which help to keep brain cells healthy. Tomatoes, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, carrots, or spinach are some vegetables to include in your child's diet. It's simple to incorporate vegetables into spaghetti sauces or soups. MILK, YOGURT AND CHEESE Milk, yoghurt, and cheese are high in protein and B vitamins, which are necessary for the growth of brain tissue, neurotransmitters, and enzymes, all of which play important roles in the brain. These foods are also high in calcium, which is necessary for the development of strong and healthy teeth and bones. Children's calcium requirements vary depending on their age, but two to three calcium-rich sources should be consumed each day. Don't worry if your child doesn't like milk; there are other ways to include dairy in his or her diet: When making porridge, puddings, or pancakes, use milk instead of water. BEANS Beans are a great source of protein and vitamins and minerals for your children. Kidney and pinto beans contain Omega 3 more than any other beans. Sprinkle mixed beans on salad, mash them and spread them on pita pockets, or combine them with shredded lettuce and cheese to make the perfect sandwich filler. CMYK PAGE 10 G7 health ministers to strengthen cooperation against future pandemics LONDON: The Group of Seven (G7) agreed on Friday to speed up cooperation on vaccine and therapeutic trials to tackle COVID-19 and future pandemics, the UK government has announced after hosting a two-day meeting of the bloc's health ministers at the University of Oxford. According to the official statement, a Therapeutics and Vaccines Clinical Trials Charter will soon be implemented to help deliver "highquality, reliable and comparable evidence from international clinical trials" and avoid unnecessary duplication of efforts. "It (the agree- ment) contains a series of measures to make us all safer by improving clinical trials, quicker and wider access to safe vaccines, better use of data, more accurate health surveillance tools and greater collaboration between countries," the UK health minister was quoted as saying. The G7, made up of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States, also agreed to work together on the mutual recognition of testing and vaccination certificates. The meeting, which served as a preparatory event for the group's summit to be held in Cornwall next week, fell short, however, of expectations that the seven richest countries would commit to donate more COVID19 vaccine doses to developing countries. Despite highlighting the World Health Organization's central role in responding to health emergencies, the G7 announced that vaccines doses will only be shared once their domestic situations are solved. According to non-governmental organizations, at least 90 percent of people in 67 low-income countries stand little chance of getting vaccinated against the disease in 2021 because rich nations have bought more jabs than they need. NEW DELHI: Citing non-compliance of New Intermediary Guideline Rules by Twitter, the Union Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) on Saturday sent a final communication to Twitter asking them to comply immediately with the requirements of the new guidelines failing which resultant consequences as enjoined in the law shall follow. A letter issued by the Ministry to the social media platform stated that the New Intermediary Guideline Rules have become effective from May 26. After expiry of 3month period given to social media intermediaries for compliance, Twitter is yet to appoint India based Chief Compliance Officer, Nodal Contact Person and Grievance Officer. "The provisions for significant social media intermediaries under the Rules have already come into force on May 26 2021 and it has been more than a week but Twitter has refused to comply with the provisions of these Rules. Needless to state, such noncompliance will lead to unintended consequences including Twitter losing exemption from liability as intermediary available under section 79 of the Information Technology (IT) Act, 2000. This has clearly FALL IN LINE A letter issued by the Ministry to the social media platform stated that the New Intermediary Guideline Rules have become effective from May 26. MeitY stated that Twitter till date has not informed about the details of the Chief Compliance Officer. After expiry of 3-month period given to social media intermediaries for compliance, Twitter is yet to appoint India based Chief Compliance Officer, Nodal Contact Person and Grievance Officer. been provided under rule 7 of the aforesaid Rules," stated the letter. It further said, "This is with reference to this Ministry's letters dated May 26 2021 and May 28 2021 regarding compliance with the subject Rules and your corresponding responses dated May 28 2021 and June 2 2021. MeitY is dismayed to note that your responses to the Ministry's letters neither address the clarifications sought by this Ministry nor indicate full compliance with the Rules." It also stated that it is clear from the responses of Twitter that till date has not informed about the details of the Chief Compliance Officer as required under the Rules, added that the Resident Grievance Officer and Nodal Contact Person nominated by the social mdia platform is not an employee of Twitter Inc. in India as prescribed in the Rules. It also said that the office address of Twitter Inc. as mentioned by it is that of a law firm in India, which is also not as per the Rules. The Ministry in its letter to Twitter stated that the refusal to comply demonstrates the socila media platform's lack of commitment and efforts towards providing a safe experience for the people of India on its platform. TWITTER RESTORES BLUE TICK ON NAIDU'S PERSONAL ACCOUNT NEW DELHI Twitter on Saturday removed and later restored the verified blue tick on the personal account of Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu. Officials of the Vice President Secretariat said the personal Twitter handle of Naidu @MVenkaiahNaidu was inactive for a long time and the Twitter algorithm removed the blue badge. They said Twitter was in the process of restoring the verification badge. The last tweet posted from the personal handle was on July 23 last year. The officials said Twitter was contacted after they noticed this morning that the blue tick was removed. Before 10.30 am, the blue tick badge was restored, they said.