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# In the second instance,we have back-up support from our establishments based there, Capt Nambiar said While Ghatkopar has the Navys stores divisionMankhurd has its bureau of sailors SimilarlyMalad and Worli have INS Hamla and INS Trata respectively For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipti Nagpaul D’souza | Updated: January 17 2016 2:24 pm Here’s a look at some winter dishes from across India that are tied up in nostalgia in our collective memories Top News Close your eyes and think of til-gud Prepared in a variety of ways — as revris by north Indians and as chikki by Maharashtrians and Gujaratis — it evokes memories of diffused winter sunlight on cold mornings For as long as one can remember winter meant fresh produce and good food Here’s a look at some winter dishes from across India that are tied up in nostalgia in our collective memories: Doodh Na Puff Parsi Of the many dishes that are available in Udvada a quaint Parsi coastal town in Gujarat Perzen Patel is fondest of doodh na puff “Sweet and creamy it’s milk froth served in a glass It reminds me of my childhood days” says the founder of the Parsi catering service Bawi Bride Kitchen Patel says back in the day before the refrigerator came to India the buffalo milk — for its high fat content — would be boiled and stored in an earthen pot and hung from a tree overnight to cool The churned cream of boiled sweetened and chilled buffalo milk used to be a winter speciality but is now available round the year in Parsi colonies in Mumbai and Gujarat Pork with Lai xaak Assam One of Gitika Saikia’s fondest memories of home revolves around the big Bihu feast every winter “The entire extended family comes together the women cook and everyone eats together” says Saikia an Assamese who lives in Mumbai where she organises pop-up meals in tribal and rural Assamese cuisine The celebration however would be incomplete without pork with lai xaak “This dish made with pork and broad mustard greens is a winter staple that is prepared in abundance in a large cauldron over woodfire ahead of the feast” says Saikia Pinni Delhi Punjab Up The power food of north India pinni can be had as a dessert as a snack between meals but a true blue Punjabi would warm it up and have it early in the morning followed by a glass of warm milk “It looks deceptively like a laddoo but pinni is a source of instant nutrition” says Bella Ahuja a teacher who grew up in Chandigarh downing pinnis for breakfast as a child But it was during childbirth that she understood what sets it apart “Made with dry fruits roasted wheat flour gram flour ground sugar cardamom and mawa all doused in a good dose of ghee it came to my aid when I was weak after my delivery” says Ahuja Undhiyu Gujarat It’s a winter staple in every Gujarati household but for Pramit Mehta undhiyu isn’t a standalone dish “Til-gud-peanut chikki ber and undhiyu all in one platter and had between or while flying kites on Sankrant day is how I remember the dish” says Mehta a Mumbaikar who grew up in Ahmedabad Prepared using winter vegetables including purple yam raw bananas flat beans fresh peas fenugreek sweet potatoes and green garlic among others in plentiful ghee undhiyu is a sweet-spicy dish best had with puris or phulkas What makes it special is the effort that goes into the preparation In most cases it is an occasion for the family to sit together cleaning shelling or chopping the vegetables before the cooking begins Sattu Paratha Jharkhand Bihar Perhaps the most underrated among parathas sattu paratha — with a stuffing of sattu (roasted and ground desi chana and a few other grains) green chillies chopped onions coriander and masala — pack in a punch of flavours nonetheless “From farmers to office-goers people across classes relish them A rich source of protein it can also be made into a litti or a laddoo or a sherbet in summer” says Manob Chowdhury a resident of Ranchi Til Ki Chutney Uttarakhand A Mumbai resident home chef Rushina Munshaw Ghildiyal who runs APB Cook Studio says “The Garhwal and Kumaon regions have a different winter menu and the cuisine changes dramatically” While meat features mostly during festivities the pantry sees a proliferation of pulses such as gahat (a variety of urad) and bhatt (a black bean) But comfort food she says is til ki chutney Dry roasted on a tawa and then ground on the silbatta with green chillies salt and lemon it is often accompanied with grated mooli and had “as a side with daal-bhaat topped with warm ghee” Koraishutir Kochuri West Bengal If you were raised in a Bengali household chances are that you have some koraishutir kochuri memory For this winter specialty is not one of those dishes that travel straight from the kitchen to the dining table Koraishutir kochuri is about soaking in the winter sun while shelling peas for the stuffing with your dida (maternal grandmother) telling you about her childhood in Bangladesh Come winter Bengalis swear by this kachori with a spiced sweet pea stuffing They dip it in chholar daal have it with alur dom and the whimsical drizzle some nolen gur (palm jaggery) on it Lila Majumdar and Kamala Chattopadhyay’s iconic cook book Rannar Boi mentions that this is one dish that unites the ever warring Bangals (people from the eastern part of undivided Bengal) and Ghotis (those from West Bengal) Duck in Coconut Curry Kerala Each time she would prepare duck with potatoes in coconut curry Thomas Zacharias chef at The Bombay Canteen remembers his grandmother would tell him that eating the fowl in winter made the most sense because they were the fattest then Growing up in Kochi it was one of his favourite dishes and a Christmas staple Southern India doesn’t witness a winter as such What changes then is the quality of the produce and more meat on the menu Prepared with fresh coconut the duck curry says Zacharias didn’t need much preparation time but a lot of care went into ensuring it didn’t overcook “Served with puttu steamed cylinders of ground rice stuffed with coconut it makes for a wholesome breakfast Else it is had with rice for lunch or dinner” he says With inputs from Premankur Biswas For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Srinagar | Published: April 11 2012 3:32 pm Related News A journalist working with a national Hindi daily was today found dead in his rented house herepolice said Ashok Razdanthe Srinagar-based reporter for ‘Amar Ujala’was found hanging from the ceiling at his room in Indra Nagar locality Prima facie it appears to be a case of suicidethey said Razdan was a resident of Udhampur district in Jammu region For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSharjah | Published: January 17 2014 8:05 pm Angelo Mathews continued to frustrate Pakistan and added 112 runs with Perera (File/AP) Related News Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews and debutant Dilruwan Perera narrowly missed centuries but guided Sri Lanka to a solid first innings total on the second day of the third and final test against Pakistan in Sharjah on Friday Pakistan openers Khurram Manzoor (14) and Ahmed Shehzad (five) survived six overs before stumps to take their team to 19 for no loss after Sri Lanka declared their first innings on 428 for nine wickets Needing a draw to seal a series victory the Sri Lankan batsmen appeared in no hurry to score runs on a slow turning pitch Resuming on their overnight score of 220 for five Sri Lanka lost Prasanna Jayawardene (35) early when he hooked Mohammad Talha straight to Junaid Khan at deep fine leg Jayawardene added 73 runs with Mathews (91) for the sixth wicket Mathews who scored 91 and 157 not out in the drawn first test in Abu Dhabi continued to frustrate Pakistan and added 112 runs with Perera (95) before he holed out to Ahmed Shehzad at deep cover off Junaid The left-arm paceman trapped Rangana Herath leg before with his next ball for his third wicket to raise Pakistan’s hopes of wrapping up the innings quickly But Perera continued to defy Pakistan adding 72 for the ninth wicket with tailender Shaminda Eranga (25) and take the total past 400 He fell in similar fashion to Jayawardene his hook shot off Talha finding Junaid in the deep Pakistan managed to keep a lid on the scoring rate but were left to rue their bad luck during the day with a number of close appeals going against them For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: June 18 2011 1:40 pm Related News Deepti Navalthe face of parallel films of and 80sfeels that realistic cinema is more keen on entertaining the masses rather than dealing with sensitive issues diligently The 54-year-old actresslast seen in ‘Memories in March’is all set to make a comeback on the small screen with Colors show ‘Mukti Bandhan’ and the ‘Angoor’ star feels that television content has become stronger over the years 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