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Dairy Milk pakora? Woman’s twist makes netizens go crazy

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When it is pakora, imagination is your only limit. This is the speciality of this Indian dish which can be moulded in any way possible. But this woman seemed to have taken her imagination to a whole new level with the Dairy Milk ‘pakora’, yes, you heard it right. A woman is selling pakoras made of Dairy Milk chocolate and the video of the same is going viral on social media.

The video, which was shared by Hetal’s Art page under the caption, ‘Indian Dishes And Recipes To Try Now,’ has garnered 19 million views on Facebook.

The video shows a woman who has setup a ‘thela’ alongside an unknown road, unwrap a Dairy Milk chocolate and dips the whole chocolate in a batter before deep frying it in a pan.

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After the pakora is fried, she takes it out and serves them with some seasoning and green chutney. While the end product looks delicious, the taste of the same remains questionable, as evident from the comments on the video.

One user, Rima Shah replied, “Way to destroy both chocolate and pakoras.”

“Omg dairy milk chocolate ki bhajiya my goodness she’s completely mad,” another user, Shivani Padole wrote.

Nalini Solanki wrote, “Duniya ki sab chize ye besan me daal deti he..kabi began..kabhi pura tometo..kabhi ice cream..kabhi choclate.. God plz give her sense of cooking..”

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As the internet penetration reaches deep into the countryside, it has become increasingly easy for people to promote their businesses. Facebook and Youtube are the primary medium to do the same. However, while the social media can help businesses to a great extent, it can attract criticism easily as well, as evident from this video.



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CUET UG 2023: Online application process to start tonight, check important dates

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The online submission of application forms for the Common University Entrance Test (CUET UG – 2023) for admission to Undergraduate Programmes will start tonight, announced University Grants Commission (UGC) Chairman Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar on Thursday.

Taking to Twitter, Kumar said, “The last date for submission of applications is 12 March 2023.”

In a series of tweets, Kumar shared details about the entrance examination.

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“The announcement of the City of Examination will be made on 30 April 2023 while candidates can download their admit card from the NTA website from Second week of the May 2023,” he wrote. 

The examination will be held from 21 May 2023 in 13 languages-English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu.

“Section 1A – has 13 Indian Languages; Section 1B has 20 other Languages; Section 2 has 27 domain subjects; Section 3 – General Test. A candidate can choose a maximum of 10 subjects from all three Sections,” Kumar’s tweet read.

“Examination will be conducted on multiple days in three shifts, depending on the number of Candidates and Subject choices. Candidates can apply for CUET (UG) – 2023 through the “Online” mode only on the website https://cuet.samarth.ac.in,” he added.

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If a candidate faces difficulty in applying for CUET (UG) – 2023, he/she may contact 011 – 40759000/011 – 69227700 or e-mail at [email protected]





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Rashmika Mandanna’s fight against negativity continues!

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Stardom comes with a price tag. Celebrities who enjoy huge popularity and fan following often have to pay the price in the form of online negativity and trolls and Rashmika Mandanna is no exception.  

Rashoo had recently opened up about all the negativity she faces on social media and how untoward hate affects her.

Now, the Pushpa actress has shared another cryptic social media post on the negativity she faces.

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Sharing a cheerful pic of hers, Rashmika wrote, “Be happy peeps.. keep hope.. your happiness and peace comes above all… Life is just too short for negative feels.”

In the picture, Rashmika can be seen posing for the camera in a beige colour outfit with a wide grin. Rashoo was seeing wearing a wrap skirt with thigh high slit with a crop top and matching long jacket.

However, her smile was the highlight of the picture. She opted for minimal make-up and kept her tresses open.

Last year for the first time, the Mission Majnu star hap opened up about the troll and negativity with a long note to her fans and followers on social media platforms. Here are some of the excerpts from her post.

“I have been on the receiving end of a lot of hate ever since I started my career. Quite literally a punching bag for a lot of trolls and negativity out there. I know that the life I’ve chosen comes with a price– I understand that I’m not everyone’s cup of tea and certainly don’t expect to be loved by every single person out there. That doesn’t mean because you don’t approve of me you can spew negativity instead,” Rashoo had written.

On the work front, Rashmika was last seen in Mission Majnu which is streaming on Netflix. She was praised for the portrayal of the blind girl Nasreen in the movie. She will next be seen in Animal opposite Ranbir Kapoor and in Puspha 2 alongside Allu Arjun.

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Odisha’s outsourced employees renew regularisation demand, warn of strike  

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The outsourced employees in Odisha, who welcomed the government’s decision to put the outsourcing agencies under ‘Mo Sarkar’, have reiterated their demand for the regularisation of their jobs. They have also warned the government of resorting to strike if their demand is not fulfilled. 

The General Administration department has sought information regarding outsourcing agencies from different departments. Once the complete information is received, a guideline will be prepared for these agencies. 

The government will mark these agencies as outstanding, good and poor if they release salaries within three days, five days and seven days from the fixed date, respectively. Similarly, they will be marked as very bad if they release salaries seven days after the fixed date.

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The outsourced employees welcomed such decisions but, at the same time, reiterated their demand for regularisation. 

“Since the outsourced agencies have been put under the 5T, we are assured that the employees would not be harassed. But we will continue our fight till our demand is not fulfilled,” said convenor, State Outsourcing Employees’ Association, Prabhat Mohanty. 

Echoing the same view, the president of State Outsourcing Employees’ Association, Sanjay Pattanayak said, “Our demand is still not fulfilled. The association members will hit the road if the demand is not fulfilled.”

The government’s decision to put the outsourced agencies under ‘Mo Sarkar’ has meanwhile initiated a political slugfest.

The State unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) demanded that outsourced employees be regularised. 

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“What the government is doing in the name of 5T and Mo Sarkar is nothing but a farce. If the government has sympathy for these employees, why don’t they (the BJD government) regularise their (outsourced employees) jobs? They should stop the farce intended to garner votes,” demanded president, BJP Yuva Morcha, Irashis Acharya. 

In response, BJD MLA Shashi Bhushan Behera said, “The decision is a good one and will go a long way in eradicating all the indiscipline in the system.”

(Reported by Harihara Chand and Soumya Ranjan Sahu, OTV)
 



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