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The Maoist insurgents abducted the 32-year-old IAS officer from Majhipara village in Keralapal area of Naxal-hit district this afternoon after killing his two security officers. but his commanding officer took it amiss.

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For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: July 23 2015 3:16 pm “We are offering something that is light but that is also filling and not heavy on the pocket” Chef de Cuisine Sudarshan Kumar Sharma told IANS of the two-and-a-half-month effort that went into crafting the seven-item menu for the ‘Dimsums and Beer’ promotion at the hotel’s art-deco Woks fine diner entering which is an Oriental experience in itself (Source: IANS) Top News Imagine gazing out at the twinkling city lights sipping chilled beer and wolfing down steaming hot dimsums That’s exactly what The Lalit five-star hotel in the heart of the national capital has to offer at an ongoing food festival that runs to the end of the month “We are offering something that is light but that is also filling and not heavy on the pocket” said Chef de Cuisine Sudarshan Kumar Sharma of the two-and-a-half-month effort that went into crafting the seven-item menu for the ‘Dimsums and Beer’ promotion at the hotel’s art-deco Woks fine diner entering which is an Oriental experience in itself It’s a combination of a home a temple and a tea house with loads and loads of finely fashioned teak and bamboo and thatch a profusion of statues subtle lighting and even a beautifully-landscaped small but winding lake “We once even had fish in the lake but the diners seated next to it said they couldn’t eat their fish while watching live fish” Gaurav Sachdeva manager of the 58-cover restaurant saidas a chilled pint of Corona was served up “We chose Corona after a great deal of thought as we found it to be the lightest beer on the market We didn’t want the beer to be heavy to imbalance the dimsums” he explained In fact crafting a promotion around dimsums was an article of faith on the part of the eatery as it is widely regarded as a snack or as an appetiser “We are aiming to dispel that because conventional wisdom says that even if you are moderately hungry you can put down at least 20 dimsums” Sachdeva observed It was then time to put that theory into practice as the first of the offerings arrived: A chicken and mushroom kothe Hot as it was one had a whale of a time biting down on its marinated mince chicken and spinach with Chinese spices wrapped in a just-perfect flour sheet — and lightly pan-seared at the bottom This was something quite unusual as dimsums are usually steamed — or fried keeping in mind Indian preferences A quick sip of beer and it was time for another dimsum offering But this time it was with a combination of dips – sesame and soya garlic and chilli (hot) and fresh coriander – and also with extremely tangy ginger slivers in vinegar “With a little bit of creativity you can really go places because there are endless combinations of fillings that you can opt for For instance seafood is now being used which was previously not done” executive chef Subroto Goswami said Which explains the festival’s long gestation period “We took into account the preferences of our hotel guests our regulars Indians and foreigners” Goswami added Next up was a Schezwan chicken sui-mai — again minced chicken but this time combined with spring onion Schezwan pepper soya and sesame oil Needless to say it vanished in a jiffy “This one can also go into a soup” Sachdeva said as he served up a fresh asparagus and corn dumpling rich in chopped asparagus and corn kernel with roasted garlic and soya sauce Some more beer and it was time for what could easily be the piece de resistance — an oval-shaped chicken bao of roasted chicken cubes with honey chilli Sounds simple enough but the devil’s in the making The chicken filling is wrapped in a hand-sized round of dough that is wrapped up and left in an air- conditioned room for fermenting It is then put into a freezer to stop the fermenting before being steamed till it’s just fluffy and then served Biting into it is somewhat like attacking a jujube but it’s far more delicious It was then time for the last hurrah as it were “This is not on the menu but I’m sure you will like it” Sachdeva said as he presented a prawn dimsum crunchy and lightly marinated in vinegar A perfect end to a perfect evening FAQs: Where: Woks at The Lalit Barakhamba Avenue Cost: For non-vegetarians – 10 dimsums from four varieties on offer for Rs1399 (plus taxes) with two pints of Corona beer For vegetarians – 10 dimsums from three varieties on offer for Rs1299 (plus taxes) with two pints of Corona beer The 10 dimsums can also be a combination of non-vegetarian and vegetarian Timings: Lunch – 12 noon to 3 pm; Dinner – 7 pm to 1145 pm For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe politics of climate change controversy over a sexist comment made by a peer reviewer and a reporter’s reflections on a complex cancer research story were among ScienceInsider’s most-read items this year Without further ado here is our top 15 list for 2015: 1 US Senate votes on whether climate change is a hoax A follow-up story put that vote in context and asked: Did anybody really win 2 A reviewer’s suggestion that a female author find a male co-author for her paper sparked a social media storm 3 Many readers reacted strongly to a former researcher’s announcement that he wouldn’t license his bioinformatics software to scientists in immigrant-friendly nations 4 It pays to be concise suggested a study that found that papers with shorter titles tend to get more citations 5 An outbreak of Middle Eastern respiratory syndrome (MERS) in South Korea was traced to a single “superspreader”—a businessman who transmitted the virus to more than 20 people 6 A neuroscientist who had been the target of animal rights groups announced he was giving up on primate research citing a lack of support from the scientific community 7 Senator Ted Cruz (R–TX) got a rocky reaction from geoscientists after he asserted during a hearing that the earth sciences are not “hard science” 8 Chronic fatigue syndrome got a new name this year: systemic exertion intolerance disease or SEID 9 Critics blasted China’s decision to award its top science prize to a project on network computing that they argued was undeserving 10 Surf’s up in the Netherlands where researchers unveiled a facility that produces the world’s largest artificial waves 11 The oil and gas industry’s practice of injecting waste deep into the earth has turned once sleepy landscapes in Kansas and Oklahoma into a hotbed for human-induced earthquakes 12 After covering a controversial cancer study that put both the authors and reporters in the critics’ crosshairs Science’s Jennifer Couzin-Frankel wondered: Had I gotten it wrong Had the authors 13 The World Health Organization offered this handy list of what may be the world’s most dangerous pathogens 14 When apparently faked data prompted Science to retract—without the lead author’s consent—a high-profile paper that purported to show that canvassers could persuade people to change their views on gay marriage the move drew headlines 15 Physicist Shuji Nakamura who won a Nobel Prize in 2014 for his part in inventing the blue light-emitting diode (LED) had some harsh words about how his former homeland Japan treats technology pioneers and organizes its education system to not much, ‘The Jesuit’) he readily admits that he has often found that his own resources were insufficient when it came to finding solutions for the most urgent problems. since he was named Auxiliary Bishop in Buenos Aires. was introduced by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley amid stiff opposition by Trinamool Congress, Share This Article Related Article The jawan, Now, S.

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first_imgCasino & games Tags: Online Gambling Slot Machines Stockholm-listed casino game developer NetEnt’s revenue increased slightly year-on-year to SEK1.79bn (£143.3m/€170.4m/$186.1m) in 2019 as the company’s acquisiton of Red Tiger Games helped offset “weakness” in Sweden and Norway, but the supplier’s profit declined.The supplier’s SEK1.79bn in revenue was made up almost entirely of royalties, which came to SEK1.71bn, down 1.0% year-on-year. Setup fees brought in a further SEK56.2m in revenue, up 10.2%, and other revenues increased almost seven-fold to SEK26.2m.The supplier’s chief executive, Therese Hillman, said that revenue grew in the United States but declined in Sweden and Norway.Red Tiger, which was acquired by NetEnt in September 2019, contributed SEK 126m in revenue.“Since the acquisition, Red Tiger has exceeded our expectations and now forms a vital part of our ongoing improvement efforts within the NetEnt Group,” Hillman said.NetEnt’s operating expenses also increased, however, by 7.1% to SEK1.26bn. Personnel expenses declined 8.4% to SEK491.1m but remained NetEnt’s largest expense. Other operating expenses rose 3.9% to SEK446.7m.Depreciation and amortisation costs, also counted as operating costs in NetEnt’s earnings report, increased 51.8% to SEK326.5m, leaving an operating profit of SEK528.7m, down 12.0%.Red Tiger’s financial income came to SEK 73.0m, up 17.4%. However, this was outweighed by financial expenses, which more than tripled to SEK128.5m, resulting in pre-tax profit declining 24.1% to SEK472.1m.After tax, which came to SEK44.3m, NetEnt recorded a full-year profit of SEK428.9m, down 25.7%. After exchange rate differences, primarily from a weaker Swedish Krona compared to the British Pound, NetEnt’s total income for the period attributable to shareholders came to SEK566.9m, down 3.1%.For the fourth quarter of 2019, NetEnt’s revenue came to SEK512.0m, the highest quarter ever for the company and up 10.0% year-on-year.Geographically, Great Britain contributed to 19% of NetEnt’s game win (player bets minus wins), from which royalty fees are calculated, while Sweden contributed 7%. Other Nordic countries brought in 13% of NetEnt’s game win, other non-Nordic European countries 44% and the rest of the world 19%.Slot games made up 94% of game win and table games 6%. Although NetEnt did not disclose its total game win, Hilman said the figure increased 4.9% in euro currency terms.NetEnt did not break down game win by region or type of game for the full year.Operating expenses came to SEK351.4m, also up 10.0%. This was made up of SEK122.2m in personnel costs, SEK100.7 in depreciation and amortisation costs and SEK128.5m in other operating expenses.This resulted in an operating profit of SEK160.6m, up 9.8%. However, after a net financial loss of SEK33.6m, pre-tax profit came to SEK127.0m and overall profit to SEK112.6m, down 10.2% year-on-year.Hillman said the Red Tiger acquisition ensured NetEnt is well-primed for 2020.“Backed by our ongoing focus on efficiency and the acquisition of Red Tiger, we are entering the new year in a stronger position,” Hillman said. “Our global distribution and two strong brands give us the right basis to increase our market shares in online casino. We see good conditions for NetEnt to deliver growth in 2020, supported by our combined game portfolio and Live Casino.” 12th February 2020 | By Daniel O’Boyle Stockholm-listed casino game developer NetEnt’s revenue increased slightly year-on-year to SEK1.79bn in 2019 as the company’s acquisiton of Red Tiger Games helped offset “weakness” in Sweden and Norway, but the supplier’s profit declined. Topics: Casino & games Finance Slots Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter NetEnt profit declines in 2019 despite Red Tiger acquisition Email Address Regions: Europe Nordics Swedenlast_img

I never thought I’d say this about the Lloyds share price, but I’d buy it today!

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