“If 2 Crore Fry Pakodas, Who Will Eat Them?” RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav’s Jibe At Prime Minister Narendra Modi


Tejashwi Yadav said he will never partner with Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal(United) again.

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Tejashwi Yadav, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader and Lalu Yadav’s political heir, has expressed serious concerns about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s suggestion that selling pakodas (fritters) was also a form of employment and amped up his attack on the ruling NDA government for what he claimed as its unfulfilled promises.

The 28-year-old RJD leader, who has been leading the party ever since his father was sent to jail earlier this year for his involvement in four corruption cases, asked questions around job creation by the government, the return of black money and the promised “Rs 15 lakh in every Indian’s bank account” at the NDTV Yuva, a special youth conclave held on Sunday in Delhi.

“Modiji promised two crore jobs every year, but now he says fry pakodas,” Mr Yadav told the audience. “We say okay, we are ready, but could you at least give us Rs 1-2 lakh of the Rs 15 lakh you promised so we can set up a thela? But he’s not ready.”

“Anyway, the question is if two crore people start frying pakodas, who will eat them?” he said.

The former deputy chief minister of Bihar also referred to BJP president Amit Shah’s recent remark that “the BJP will rule for at least 50 years” to quip that under the present regime, the country may not have an election again. He stressed that a united opposition is key to keeping the BJP at bay and to prevent the country from becoming an autocracy.

“They want to end reservation. There is a possibility that if Modiji is picked again, India will never again have an election,” he said.

Mr Yadav, however, reserved the bulk of his barbs for Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who he frequently accuses of “betraying” his father.

Nitish Kumar had ended the alliance in July 2017, a few weeks after the CBI filed the case naming Tejashwi Yadav. Soon Mr Kumar partnered with the BJP to form a new government in the state.

“We thought Nitishji had understood his mistake (on allying with the BJP to win power in Bihar) and we decided to support him. We did not doubt him. But then he flipped,” said Mr Yadav.

The RJD leader said he was firm in his resolve to never partner with Mr Kumar’s Janata Dal (United) again. “Nitishji doesn’t have any credibility. A person who can give four governments in four years, a man who loves his chair more than the people, how can we go with him again?” he asked, referring to recent reports that the Bihar chief minister was willing to join forces with the RJD again.

“My father supported Nitishji even though he launched cases against him. Maybe I don’t have a large heart like his,” added Mr Kumar.

Mr Yadav, however, did not seem to have any issues with election strategist Prashant Kishor joining the JD(U) earlier today. “I welcome him. More people should take up politics,” he said.





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Diabetes Management: Why Should You Eat More Sweet Potatoes To Manage Blood Sugar


Are you a diabetic? If yes, then you may have heard many people advise you to stay away from potatoes, and they have their reasons too. Potatoes have a high glycaemic index. High glycaemic foods get metabolised quickly and spike your blood sugar levels.  But, this does not mean that you need to eliminate all tubers from your diet. Sweet potatoes, or shakarkandi, for that instance may actually help regulate your blood sugar levels. The American Diabetes Association has actually dubbed the nutritional tuber as a superfood for diabetics. Here’s what makes it an ideal bet to be included in your diabetes diet plan. 

Sweet Potatoes For Diabetes: How Does The Tuber Help Regulate Blood Sugar Levels 

Diabetes refers to the group of metabolic diseases that result in too much sugar in the blood (high blood glucose). Diabetes can be managed to a large extent by proper diet, physical activity and oral medications. Diabetics are often recommended to eat foods that are high in fibre, and sweet potatoes are loaded with it. 

According to the book, ‘Healing Foods’ by DK Publishing, sweet potatoes are very effective in ensuring that your blood sugar levels do not fluctuate. “Sweet potatoes are a traditional treatment for diabetes. They contain slow-release carbohydrate and the hormone adiponectin, a combination that helps keep blood sugar levels steady,” the book notes. 

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Sweet potatoes are very effective in ensuring that your blood sugar levels do not fluctuate

Consultant Nutritionist, Dr. Rupali Datta, tells us that it is a myth that starchy foods should be ruled out from the diets of diabetics completely. If you maintain portion control, they can be added to your diet too. She reveals that sweet potato has a decent amount of fibre and its starchy carbs propel delayed sugar release. Since it is a nutrient-rich food, you are not getting just empty calories out of this wonder tuber. At 109 Kcal/100 grams and 24 grams of carbs, it makes for a decent snack choice or a dessert option. Sweet potato has a GI of low to medium, depending on the cooking method, according to the Open Nutrition Journal, 2012, Volume 6, which was a detailed study on the effect of various cooking methods on the GI of sweet potato.

How To Eat Sweet Potatoes To Manage Diabetes: 

Here are two healthy recipes of sweet potatoes that you are sure to enjoy. 

Sweet Potato And Quinoa Bowl
Shakarkandi Ki Chaat

Disclaimer: This content including advice provides generic information only. It is in no way a substitute for qualified medical opinion. Always consult a specialist or your own doctor for more information. NDTV does not claim responsibility for this information.



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First Black Female White House Reporter Alice Dunnigan Had To Pawn Her Watch Just To Eat


In this handout photo, Alice Dunnigan is pictured on the steps of the US Capitol in 1947.

It was rare to be a woman or African-American covering the White House in the 1940s, and Alice Dunnigan was both.

The Kentucky-born journalist was the first African-American woman to be granted access to cover the White House, as well as Congress, the Supreme Court and the State Department.

Yet even at the height of her career in Washington, she had to pawn her watch every Saturday night so that she would have enough money to eat until her paycheck arrived Monday morning.

It was a “humiliating practice,” she wrote in her 1974 autobiography, “A Black Woman’s Experience – From Schoolhouse to White House.” “I was never allowed more than five dollars on it, just enough for Sunday dinner,” she wrote. After pawning it, Dunnigan headed home to her one-room basement apartment in Washington, District of Columbia’s Brookland neighborhood, where she shoveled coal for the furnace to get a break on rent.

Dunnigan was the Washington bureau chief for the Associated Negro Press for 14 years, beginning in 1947.

“For black readers of the era, the Associated Negro Press was a combination of CNN, MSNBC and The Washington Post,” says Gerald Horne, a professor at the University of Houston and one of the country’s foremost historians on racism. “It generated protest and energized organizations in the ongoing struggle against Jim Crow.”

By 1940, the circulation of the black press was 1.27 million readers, and that didn’t take into account every newspaper issue had multiple readers, according to a book by Horne.

“Nobody in the white press was covering the issues important to black Americans in the 1940s and 1950s. Alice stood up to three presidents, and sometimes they didn’t like what she said,” said Carol McCabe Booker, who edited Dunnigan’s book and republished it in 2015.

Shortly after becoming an accredited White House reporter, Dunnigan wanted to accompany President Harry S. Truman on his tour to the West Coast. No African-American reporter had ever been on such a tour. The cost: $1,000 – over $10,000 in today’s dollars. As she recounted in her autobiography, when Dunnigan asked Claude Barnett, founder of the Associated Negro Press, if he would provide the funds, he replied, “Women don’t go on trips like this.”

Dunnigan ended up paying her own way, and it led to one of her first big scoops: “Pajama Clad President Defends Civil Rights at Midnight.”

When the train stopped in Missoula, Montana, in the middle of the night, Truman came out in his robe to talk to hundreds of students waiting for his arrival. One shouted, “Mr. President, what do you say about civil rights?” Truman indicated the issue would be part of his 1948 platform.

Dunnigan later challenged Truman for not issuing an order banning segregation in Washington in 1948 so that African-Americans could attend his inauguration without being barred from hotels and restaurants. Truman refused, “but the idea, like a large stone tossed into a sea of calm, generated a huge ripple of discontent that never subsided until integration in Washington came to fruition years later,” Dunnigan wrote in her book.

When Dwight D. Eisenhower became president, he stopped calling on Dunnigan during news conferences for two years because of her questions on civil rights. She would jump up and down, yelling, “Mr. President! Mr. President!” to get Eisenhower’s attention but to no avail. “She was iced,” Booker said. “But she kept going. She didn’t just give up. She went to every news conference.”

When John F. Kennedy took office, the silent treatment of Dunnigan ended. About eight minutes into his first news conference on Jan. 25, 1961, Kennedy called on Dunnigan. She asked the president about a dramatic voting rights conflict in Fayette County, Tennessee. White landlords had evicted black sharecroppers for voting, prompted by their rights to do so under the Civil Rights Act of 1957. The situation escalated after the blacks won a lawsuit over the situation.

Kennedy responded to Dunnigan’s question by saying, ” . . . the Congress of course enacted legislation which very clearly placed responsibility on the executive branch to protect the right of voting. I . . . supported that legislation. I am extremely interested in making sure that every American is given the right to cast his vote without prejudice to his rights as a citizen, and therefore I can state that this administration will pursue the problem of providing that protection with all vigor.”

Dunnigan was born in 1906 in Russellville, Kentucky – two years before the lynching of four black men in her hometown. Historian Michael Morrow says the terror of the lynching hung over the small town for decades.

“I think this community put a lot of fight in Alice,” Morrow said. “You almost had to jump out the womb fighting here if you hoped to make it. She understood young enough that she would have to chart her own course.”

The historian said that even though people in Washington did not accept her, Dunnigan persisted no matter what because “she knew she was fighting battles for her entire race.”

Morrow has spent three decades attempting to make her as well known as other civil rights figures, and those efforts are paying off.

A bronze statue of Dunnigan will appear from Sept. 21 to Dec. 16 in Washington at the Newseum. The 6-foot-tall, 500-pound bronze statue, made by Kentucky sculptor Amanda Matthews, portrays the reporter clad in one of a handful of her good dresses and scuffed pumps. She holds a 1947 copy of The Washington Post with headlines about civil rights. The statue is based on a photo of Dunnigan standing on the steps of the U.S. Capitol in 1947.

“It is my fondest hope,” Dunnigan wrote in her book’s preface, “that the story of my life and work will . . . encourage more young writers to use their talents as a moving force in the forward march of progress and that their efforts will soon result in giving Americans the kind of nation that those of my generation so long hoped and worked for.”

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Mallika Sherawats Vegan Salad Will Inspire You To Eat Clean This Weekend!


Highlights

  • Mallika Sherawat is kickstarting her weekend on a healthy note
  • Mallika posted a picture of a vegan salad on her Instagram
  • A number of celebs are turning vegan

Bollywood actor Mallika Sherawat may not be making frequent appearance on the Indian silver screen, but she has been making headlines every now and then. Recently, the actor made headlines for locking herself up in a cage to promote ‘Free a Girl’ initiative, for which she is the brand ambassador. She also made head-turning appearances at the red carpet at Cannes Film Festival 2018. Additionally, Mallika Sherawat is starring in an episode of a web series called ‘The Story’. Sherawat is quite social media savvy and regularly posts pictures and videos from her travels and daily life. She also often posts pictures of vegan meals and drinks, convincing us that even meat-free food can be delicious.

Case in point is today, when Mallika Sherawat posted a picture of a vegan salad bowl on her Instagram stories. The meal looks wholesome and quite appetising. From what we can make out, Mallika Sherawat’s vegan salad is high in fats, thanks to the ripe green avocados, and low in carbs. “My favourite food, yumm”, Sherawat wrote about the very green vegan salad.

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Doesn’t that look delicious? Mallika Sherawat is inspiring us to eat healthy! But, it’s not just about salads for Sherawat. She also indulges in vegan burgers. Have a look:

“A juicy Vegan burger, on quinoa bread, yummmm”, wrote Mallika on Instagram. Even her teas are vegan.

“Chai in the Mumbai monsoon tastes even better (the chai I have is with Almond milk)”, she wrote on Instagram. Mallika Sherawat is among a growing crop of celebrities, who are going vegan, as more and more people associate themselves with the cause of cruelty-free food. However, vegan (meat- and dairy-free) food is still a luxury as vegan products are expensive and less frequently available in the markets. Well, we are inspired to eat clean and healthy by just looking at this salad. Aren’t you?





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Eat Almond Flour Like Rahul Khanna: 3 Hard-To-Beat Reasons!


Highlights

  • Rahul Khanna’s pasta is made from almond flour and yours should be too
  • Almond flour is rich in magnesium which regulates blood sugar levels
  • Almond flour is also rich in vitamin E which is an antioxidant

Bollywood actor and model Rahul Khanna’s Instagram page is as classy as the man’s looks and sartorial sense. He has a penchant for clean frames and neat compositions and he never deviates from that style. When he’s not busy flaunting his impossibly toned body and flashing charming smiles at us from the photos, he is busy Instagramming his breakfasts, which are mostly high in protein and look very nutritious and delicious. Khanna, who was seen in films like Wake Up Sid and Love Aaj Kal, seems to love his black coffee and eggs and his artfully composed breakfast shots are enough for us to get inspired to eat clean and healthy.

On Sunday, he posted a picture of a beautifully plated ‘post-hike meal’ on his Instagram stories and we couldn’t help but wonder how something so healthy could look so delicious! Rahul Khanna posted the picture of a plate of what looked like creamy flat-noodles pasta with mushrooms, but what’s noteworthy about this meal is that it’s made from a gluten-free, protein-rich variety of flour. Rahul Khanna revealed in the picture that the pasta noodles were made from almond-flour, which has lately become popular as an alternative to refined and gluten-rich flours.

Also Read: 7 Gluten Free Grains You Should Know About

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Almond flour is rich in good carbs and proteins and is slightly sweeter in taste. It can be easily prepared at home by first blanching almonds and removing their skins and then grinding them into a fine, powdery flour. It is said to have a number of health benefits over traditional wheat and refined flours:

1. Regulates Blood Sugar Levels: Almond flour is particularly rich in magnesium, which helps in regulating blood sugar levels. So almond flour may be especially good for diabetics and may be a good substitute for regular flours.

Also Read: 10 Healthy Gluten Free Recipes

2. Promotes Heart Health: Almond flour is very rich in Vitamin C, which has been known to help in lowering risks of heart diseases and even Alzheimer’s.

3. Great Source of Energy: Almond flour, by the virtue of being rich in fats and fibre and low in unhealthy carbs, may provide your body with a sustained source of energy. It may subsequently help in keeping your body weight under control.

No wonder almond flour has found favour with the suave Rahul Khanna.



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Eat With Pythons, Pet Iguanas At This Cambodian Reptile Cafe


A customer with a ball python and a scorpion at the reptile cafe. (AFP)

For anyone terrified of an albino python, an orange corn snake or a scaly, bearded iguana, Chea Raty says getting up close and personal at Phnom Penh’s first reptile-themed cafe is the only remedy.

Taking off from the cat cafes already popular in the Cambodian capital, Chea Raty launched his business to revamp the skin-crawling reputation of lizards and snakes and convince haters that they are simply misunderstood.

As customers sip on their lattes and hang out with the reptiles, “they will love them like I do,” the 32-year-old told AFP while stroking the scaly neck wattle of an iguana.

The walls of his cafe are lined with lit-up glass tanks containing snakes of various lengths and colours, while a bright macaw screeches in the corner.  

Some visitors look hesitantly at the cages, others are bolder in their embrace of the creatures.

There’s no entry fee, so visitors can order a coffee and request a sit-down with a serpentine friend from one of the tanks.

An ice tea for a young customer instantly becomes a cool object for a yellow-and-cream-coloured ball python to twist its body around.

A woman giggles as an albino python creeps from her shoulder and wraps behind her head.

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Nearby, a bearded dragon iguana perches on a table while a man gently pets it.

Customer Y Navim was wary at first of a corn snake, an orange-coloured serpent that kills its prey through constriction. But it was soon resting on her palm as she sipped her coffee.

“This cafe is quite unique,” the 22-year-old said. “I’ve never seen some of these reptiles before. They are beautiful and scary.”

To critics who say the animals should be left alone in the wild, Chea Raty says his human-bred creatures “cannot survive there.”

All of his cafe creatures are imported from Thailand.

Business is still slow-going due to the common fears of snakes and lizards.

But women, Chea Raty says, are providing an unexpected boost.

“They put the pythons around their neck, take selfies, and they are happy.”

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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Want To Get Lean And Fit? Eat Negative Calorie Veggies Like Yami Gautam


Highlights

  • Yami Gautam has been working out for her role in upcoming movie
  • Yami’s Thursday night dinner was made up of broccoli and mushrooms
  • Broccoli and mushrooms are both negative calorie foods for weight loss

Bollywood actor Yami Gautam is gearing up for the release of her next film ‘Batti Gul Meter Chalu‘, which also stars Shahid Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor in leading roles. She will also be seen in ‘Uri‘, opposite Vicky Kaushal. Gautam, who has been seen working out to sport the look of a fierce lawyer for ‘Batti Gul Meter Chalu‘, is quite a food lover and her Instagram feed stands testimony to that. Yami Gautam often posts pictures of food from her vacations around the world and her sister, Surilie Gautam, is often seen as her eating partner. Although, she does indulge in sinful goodies during her vacations, Yami Gautam seemingly believes in leading quite a healthy lifestyle otherwise. Her day-to-day meals are often seen to include nutritious veggies and fruits. Yesterday as well, Yami posted a snapshot of her Thursday night meal, which gave us major healthy food inspiration.

Yami Gautam posted the picture of a plateful of broccoli florets and mushrooms on Thursday night. Both the vegetables are great additions to the diet of those who wish to lose weight and build muscle. Yami’s snapshot gives us a peak into what goes into maintain her super fit physique!

Also Read: Batti Gul Metre Chalu Actor Yami Gautam Showed Us How To Do Cheat Meal Right!

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Both broccoli and mushrooms are negative-calorie vegetables, with a 100 gm portion of broccoli having just 34 calories and the same portion of mushrooms having just 22 calories (as per the USDA data). This means that the process of digestion of these two vegetables takes up more calories than these vegetables actually contain, which leads to weight loss. Broccoli is rich in fibre and other essential nutrients and helps in promoting satiety. Mushrooms are also rich in protein, which is a crucial nutrient for muscle development and is also one of the most filling nutrients.

Also Read: Negative Calorie Foods: You Can Eat These 11 Foods & Not Gain Weight

Now, we know how Yami Gautam manages to look as fabulously lean as she does! Well, we wish Yami Gautam all the best for the upcoming release and wish she continues to share such steal-worthy diet tips with us!



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Raw Garlic And Honey For Weight Loss: Eat This Combination On Empty Stomach To Lose Weight Fast


Highlights

  • Consumption of raw garlic is recommended for improving digestion
  • A combination of honey and garlic is very beneficial for weight loss
  • Eating raw garlic with honey on an empty stomach can help in weight loss

Losing weight isn’t very easy, but even small healthy habits can go a long way in making your weight loss journey a little bit quick and easy. There are some dietary practices that can help you get results faster like drinking warm water in the morning as well as before meals, or snacking healthy, etc. If you’re someone who wants to lose weight, then you would probably be familiar with these little tricks and home remedies for weight loss. However, there’s another lesser known home remedy for weight loss, which not many weight watchers are aware of – eating garlic seeped in honey on an empty stomach. A combination of honey and garlic might not seem very appetising, but it is very beneficial, when it comes to weight loss and improving your overall well-being. Consumption of raw garlic first thing in the morning is often recommended for improving digestion and detoxifying the body.

In fact, raw garlic with water is a common home remedy for a number of health problems like hypertension, high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels. This is because of the many beneficial minerals and bioactive compounds present in this pale and pungent flavour enhancing vegetable.

Consuming garlic with honey also comes with its own set of health benefits, besides weight loss:

(Also Read: 7 Surprising Health Benefits Of Garlic)

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Raw Garlic And Honey For Weight Loss: It fights infections and suppresses appetite

If you are someone who is in ‘detox mode,’ then garlic and honey is going to be a godsend for you. This is because this unusual tonic can help detoxify your body completely. But, perhaps its biggest health benefit is in aiding weight loss by stimulating appetite and boosting digestion. As health experts often say, a good digestive system is key to a quicker weight loss, honey and garlic are the ideal companions for your weight loss journey.

Raw garlic has a better nutritive profile than cooked garlic, making the former a better weight loss agent. Similarly, consuming raw honey early in the morning may help metabolise fat better. Honey is fat-free and cholesterol-free and also helps in curbing hunger pangs. It is also a source of energy, helping you sail through all your morning tasks with ease.

How To Consume Raw Garlic And Honey For Weight Loss

You can prepare the combination of honey and raw garlic and store it in a jar for daily consumption. All you need is some clean and fresh garlic cloves that are peeled, some raw or organic honey and a glass jar. Toss the peeled garlic cloves in the jar and pour the honey over them, till they’re fully covered in it. Shut the lid of the jar tightly and shake it to let the honey coat the garlics completely. Let the concoction sit for some time to allow the garlic nutrients seep out into the honey and vice versa. You can pick out one garlic clove daily, crush it with a spoon or a knife and eat it on an empty stomach to achieve quicker weight loss.

This home remedy is good for your skin as well. This is because garlic is a natural blood purifier, which also has anti-bacterial properties. So, stop worrying about your weight and start losing it with this amazing healing combination.
 



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