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Rasmalai is simply the dessert to beat

Rasmalai is simply the dessert to beat

With the festive season in full swing all that we think is to celebrate and enjoy mouth-watering desserts. Rasmalai tops the chart as the exotic festive sweet. Rasmalai is a combination of two words “Ras” meaning juice and “Malai” meaning cream.

Hypertension may up heart valve disorder risk

Hypertension may up heart valve disorder risk

People with high blood pressure may be at an increased risk of developing common heart valve disorder, researchers said.

Playing it safe

Playing it safe

With youth participation waning and football facing increased concerns over head trauma, the future of the game could well come down to the work being done in a windowless room in a generic suburban Chicago office building.

Pondering on Allah’s signs

Pondering on Allah’s signs

In the Qur’an, it is mentioned that the unbelievers are the people who does not recognise and appreciate the signs of Allah. The significance of a believer is his ability to see those signs and proofs.

Students interpret freedom at engaging poetry evening

Students interpret freedom at engaging poetry evening

More than 120 Doha College students perform at an event to mark UK’s 23rd National Poetry Day

Faces Places is a lovely trip of French countryside

Faces Places is a lovely trip of French countryside

The words are spoken by the Belgian-born filmmaker Agnes Varda late into her wonderful new film

A mother’s loss, and a heart that beats for humanity

A mother’s loss, and a heart that beats for humanity

The reason people who have lost a loved one to medical errors engage in this work is to make sure what happened to their loved one doesn’t happen again to anyone else, Carole Hemmelgarn, who lost her 9-year-old daughter, tells Community

The bread earner

The bread earner

Faith Khakai is proud that she can put food on the table and pay the cost of her children’s schooling so that they can get a better education than she did

Blinded by misdemeanours of movie men in a glitzy world

Blinded by misdemeanours of movie men in a glitzy world

Today, we in India are blinded by the glitz and glamour of movie stars. So blinded are we that we not only place a halo over their heads, but also worship them.

‘When my art pleases people, it pleases me too’

‘When my art pleases people, it pleases me too’

Portuguese artist Cristina Albaker’s exhibition attracts a large number of diplomats, expatriates.

‘Fusion of modern, traditional architecture a necessity’

‘Fusion of modern, traditional architecture a necessity’

Tabassum Siddiqui, Nepal’s first Muslim architect and interior designer, believes her country can learn from architecture in Qatar. By Usha Wagle Gautam

Food for thought

Food for thought

The world remembered people in conflict-hit areas on this year’s World Food Day. The theme of the October 16 Day was: “Change the future of migration. Invest in food security and rural development.”

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