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For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Published: July 23 2016 3:05 pm Google’s next-gen Nexus smartphone leak confirms Marlin codename and Android N A representational image of Nexus 6P Top News Google is likely to launch two new Nexus smartphones manufactured by HTC later this year The specifications of smartphones codenamed Marlin and Sailfish have already leaked While renders of the 2016 Nexus handsets have leaked before the actual photo of the device has started hitting the web now The reports indicate that HTC’s 2016 flagships will share specifications and differ only based on their display size The HTC-made Marlin image spotted online by TechDroider confirms the Marlin codename and Android N operating system The picture posted by TechDroider only shows the screen while the design is yet very much in secrecy The photo confirms the handset is Marlin running Android 70 Nougat or Android N with latest security patch from Google The HTC-made Marlin is likely to feature a 55-inch Quad HD display with Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset and 4GB RAM The TechDroider notes the device posted comes with 128GB internal storage So this could well be a first for Nexus lineup While TechDroider claims the HTC Marlin features same 12MP image sensor found on Nexus 6P earlier rumours indicated that it will be the one found HTC 10 The front camera is said to be an 8-megapixel one The other rumours indicate that the device will feature metal unibody design and a rear fingerprint sensor with support for Nexus imprint HTC Marlin is likely to feature a 3450mAh battery and a headphone jack Google could launch HTC-made Nexus smartphone in October which could also be the public launch of Android Nougat For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Lalitha Suhasini | Mumbai | Updated: April 26 2016 5:46 pm ‘Five Morsels of Love’ is based on Archana Pidathala’s grandmother Nirmala Reddy’s Telugu cookbook Vanita Vantakulu published in 1974 (Source: Akshay Bharadwaj for Five Morsels of Love) Related News Flaming red avakaya pickle is probably the first image that comes to mind when one thinks of Andhra (and now Telengana too) cuisine While pickles have held the flag high for Telugu food it’s not all about chillies on chillies ‘Five Morsels of Love’ a recently launched book of Andhra recipes opens with a recipe of Gongura Pappu A comforting yellow dal made with sorrel leaves that lend a deeply tangy flavour Gongura pappu turns our food association with gongura also used to make a fiery relish on its head The book of recipes tested translated and compiled by Bengaluru-based Archana Pidathala is an eye-opener to Andhra cuisine in many ways For instance date palm jaggery is key to balancing the flavours in “spicy pulusus (gravy without lentils) and piquant pickles” (right) Archana Pidathala began work on the Andhra book of recipes Five Morsels of Love in 2007 and completed it in 2015 (Source: Balazs Glodi for Five Morsels of Love); Ulavu charu a horse gram stew that is slow-cooked for over two hours is one of Pidathala’s favourite recipes from the book (Source: Chinmayie Bhat for Five Morsels of Love) “I have essays on tamarind egg plant jaggery and rice but don’t have one on chilli” says Pidathala whose book is inspired by her maternal grandmother’s Telugu cookbook Vanita Vantakalu published in 1974 Most of the recipes — except the ones for pickles and relishes — use very little red chilli powder or chillies in any form; and the sumptuous photos shot by Chinmayie Bhat are proof of the point that Pidathala makes with subtlety Read More For someone who was overwhelmed by simple cooking terminology such as “dry roast” “salt to taste” and “cook till done” Pidathala has come a long way with ‘Five Morsels of Love’ which includes over a 100 recipes for 85 vegetarian and 21 non-vegetarian dishes The author a former IT professional relied on bread-butter sandwich breakfasts microwave lunches and take-out dinners until her son was born in 2012 She says “I had never cooked until that point but wanted to make fresh and nutritious meals for him” Savoury beaten rice crepes or atukulu dose as they are known in Telugu is just one of the dishes Pidathala makes for her son’s breakfast and he loves them with a drizzle of honey Writes Pidathala in the book “I discovered a hidden love not just for cooking but for all things related to food – history science flavour combinations technique and so much more” The book is a passion project which Pidathala wrapped up with help from across the world – a designer based in Budapest two friends from New York and New Jersey who turned recipe testers a relative in the Andhra village of Kailikiri and a veteran family cook in Chennai among others (Source: Balazs Glodi) ‘Five Morsels…’ is almost like a memoir giving readers a glimpse into Pidathala’s grandmother Nirmala Reddy’s life — of how she secretly enrolled in a cooking contest because she was not allowed to cook at home and won it for her entry of a favourite South Indian dessert made with chickpea flour the Mysore Pak; of how she learnt to cook country-style chicken biryani from a family friend in Kurnool and how visitors at the Secundarabad Club ask for the Nirmala Reddy bonda whose recipe she had shared with the club’s cook decades ago until date What is evident throughout the book is that Reddy’s joy in cooking emanates from her love for her family Says Pidathala “Ammama didn’t cook at all until she got married But she was was ahead of her times in that she self-published her Telugu cookbook with a lot of encouragement from my grandfather” In fact the original book contained recipes of jam tarts and even Japanese cakes “But I wanted to focus on Andhra cuisine” says Pidathala who also included some recipes from an unpublished draft of over 300 “There were recipes that my ammama may have thought were too common – such as the ragi sankati (a porridge made of finger millet) and anapa ginjala pulusu (a curry made of hyacinth beans) – but when I looked for them online I realised they were actually rather unique” ‘Five Morsels of Love’ is now available for sale for Rs1699 here For news updates follow us on Facebook Twitter Google+ & Instagram For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: November 24 2009 12:06 pm Related News Bollywood heartthrob John Abraham is following in the charitable footsteps of Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt While Pitt helped rehabilitate those displaced by cyclone Katrina in New OrleansAbraham is building homes for poor families in Chiang MaiThailand The actor joined Habitat for Humanity’s annual Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project this week and worked alongside volunteers including actress Pooja Bedi and Jacqueline Fernandez The Bollywood trio helped build and repair homes in partnership with low-income families in need of decent housinga press statement from Asianet said “It’s great being part of the building process” said Abrahamwho was named a Habitat Global Hero for his work in IndiaPakistanBangladesh and Ethiopia The greatest thing about the endeavourAbraham saidis its revenue modelwith homeowner families helping to pay for houses for future families “I find this really special And I think it’s a great model for other organizations” the actor said Habitat’s Carter Work Project is an intensive week-long build that takes place in a different city around the world each year Former US President and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn are leading the annual Habitat for Humanity build in five Asian countries For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Published: July 27 2016 5:34 pm The liquid-desiccant vapour separation (LDS) subsystem was designed to operate continuously in a closed-cycle (Image for representational purpose) Top News Scientists at the Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa have proposed an innovative system for harvesting safe drinking water from air Capturing atmospheric moisture is not a new invention in itself because atmospheric water generators for commercial and domestic use already exist But the new device requires less energy to produce high-quality water from air compared to existing systems according to the report in American Chemical Society’s journal “Environmental Science & Technology” Atmosphere contains water vapour in amounts comparable to all the surface and underground water on the planet But current machines that collect water from the atmospheric reservoir have major limitations They use electrical refrigeration to cool the air and condense the vapour and that consumes a lot of energy The new system designed by Israeli scientists uses a liquid desiccant to first separate the water vapour from air and then cool only the vapour Their calculations show that this approach would result in 20 to 65 per cent energy savings over the standard system “We show that the liquid desiccant separation (LDS) stage that is integrated into atmospheric moisture harvesting (AMH) systems can work under a wide range of environmental conditions using low grade or solar heating as a supplementary energy source and that the performance of the combined system is superior” the report says Desalination of seawater by reverse osmosis is also a potential source of fresh water but it is not applicable in countries that do not have access to the sea Besides desalination requires large capital investments in piping and pumping infrastructure and in its operation and maintenance “Atmospheric moisture is accessible essentially everywhere” says the report The atmosphere contains about 13000 cubic kilometres of freshwater 98 per cent of it in the form of water vapour says the report The vapour must be condensed to liquid water The existing atmospheric moisture harvesting (AMH) systems where standard electrical compression-expansion refrigeration unit is used can save significant energy by first separating the vapour from the bulk air before it enters the condenser such that only the vapour is cooled rather than the entire air bulk In the new design separation of water vapour from the air is achieved by using a liquid desiccant The water vapour absorbed by the desiccant can be liberated using low-grade or solar heat The liquid-desiccant vapour separation (LDS) subsystem was designed to operate continuously in a closed-cycle says the report “The product of this subsystem is pure water vapour which is then condensed by a standard refrigeration system without the burden of cooling the air” In general the combined LDS-AMH system is expected to save up to 65 per cent of the energy expenses of water production relative to off-the-shelf direct-cooling AMH systems the scientists claim “Scaling up the LDS system to produce larger amounts of freshwater is possible simply by installing additional absorbing units around a single desorber-condenser core” Another important advantage according to the report is that the water coming out of the LDS-AMH system will be free of airborne bacteria since “the coil of the condenser does not come into contact with the ambient air but only with pure vapour that has been liberated from the desiccant solution” For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top News Delhi-based Singh is known for his sculptural buildings,0) update is as follows: Casio PRO TREK Smart WSD-F20 Casio WSD-F10 Smart Outdoor Watch Diesel Full Guard Emporio Armani Connected Fossil Q Control Fossil Q Explorist Fossil Q Founder 2.Pawar held discussions with NCP ministers and senior key functionaries. In a statement, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: March 11, Clinigene Chief Operating Officer Abhijit Barve said: “Pharmaceutical clients globally are increasingly seeking strategies to expedite their early clinical development,” Deepti who started off her journey from the Ekalavya Sports Stadium said.

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