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Meanwhile,has promised increased development funds to legislators in? “He could wear either a Manish Malhotra creation,000 grammes.” sometimes to a stronger value than the ones they had had before the cometary impact.By: Reuters | Updated: November 22 2014 1:37 pm Balazs Ban chef of the Macesz Huszar restaurant prepares a goose plate in Budapest November 21 2014 (Source: Reuters/Laszlo Balogh) Related News It isn’t to everyone’s taste and animal rights activists wish the custom would vanish entirely but anyone who ever fancied eating foie gras – fattened goose liver – would have done well to be in the Hungarian capital this past month November is when Hungary – and many other countries in Europe – celebrate the feast day of Saint Martin who the story goes hid in a goose pen to avoid being ordained bishop but was betrayed by the honking of the geese The feast day is Nov 11 and in the not so distant past Budapest restaurants would mark the occasion for a few days by serving goose specialties in a country that is one of the major European producers of fattened goose liver and other goose products But tourism is big business in Hungary and with an abundance of geese available at a time of the year when they are ready for slaughter many restaurants now celebrate “Saint Martin’s Day” for almost the entire month – and diners don’t seem to get at all tired of it This month for example it was possible to sample fresh fried goose cracklings – made from the fatty skin of the goose – at Budapest’s relatively new Noir et L’or restaurant (17 Kiraly Street) which despite its French name has a mostly Hungarian menu Goose cracklings are standard fare in Hungary but those at Noir et L’or are fresh cooked which makes them particularly delectable Balazs Ban chef of the Macesz Huszar restaurant prepares a plate of goose in Budapest November 21 2014 (Source: Reuters/Laszlo Balogh) Not far away near the National Museum the Museum Cafe and Restaurant (12 Muzeum korut) a longstanding temple of Hungarian gastronomy was serving up its refined takes on some of the staples of the Hungarian goose menu These included fattened goose liver fried in breadcrumbs – which keeps the liver from drying out – and roast goose leg perhaps the most common but also sometimes the least successful of Hungarian goose dishes This one served on a bed of prepared plums had perfectly crisped skin and melt-in-your-mouth goose meat the ideal combination A Hilltop Vineyards sweet Harslevelu wine made the perfect mate Some prospective diners might at this point say That’s all very well but what about the poor goose It was possible to attempt to get that answer at the hunter-themed restaurant Haxen Kiraly (100 Kiraly Street) which for the edification of diners had a live goose penned up in its lobby Honking from time to time to let everyone know it was still there and hadn’t been spirited off to the kitchen the goose served as a kind of avian major domo to the dining areas packed with happy people gorging on goose The cuisine at Haxen falls between the swank of the Museum Cafe and the bistro style of Noir et L’or but all its sampled goose dishes were top flight Here are some other things to do in Budapest based on the inside knowledge of Reuters whose 2600 journalists in all parts of the world offer visitors the best local insights MUSEUMS The Hungarian Museum of Fine Arts located on Heroes Square at one end of spacious Andrassy Boulevard is due to close next year for a multi-year refurbishing but it is turning out the lights with a bang The museum’s swan-song “Rembrandt and the Dutch Golden Age” is a large-scale exhibition running until Feb 15 that features more than 170 works by 100 painters including some 20 by Rembrandt and three by Vermeer MUSIC Franz Liszt was Hungarian as were Bela Bartok Zoltan Kodaly Gyorgy Ligeti and still with us the octogenarian composer and performer Gyorgy Kurtag So it should come as no surprise that Budapest has an incredibly varied musical culture At the Budapest Music Centre recording studios and smaller-scale shows share space with top-notch jazz performers (wwwbmchu) The Hungarian State Opera in all its ornate neo-Renaissance splendor is a favorite with visitors (wwwoperahu) while the modern Palace of Arts (MUPA) has programs for every taste At the end of this month British composer Michael Nyman famed for film soundtracks including for Jane Campion’s “The Piano” will present his “War Work” described as “a vast visual and musical fresco to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War” (Nov 28 http://wwwmupahu) For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pooja Khati | Published: April 21 2016 12:00 am Related News Hum wajd mein baithey rahe aur rait ki manind muththi se sarakti rahi taqdeer hamari (I sat in a trance and in trails of sand from my fist trailed away my destiny) These lines on a banner at the exhibition hall of Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) capture the essence of the exhibition “Gold Dust of Begum Sultans” The exhibition is inspired by a book of the same title written by the sisters Zakia Zaheer educationist and Urdu Litterateur and Syeda Saiyidain Hameed writer and a former member of the Planning Commission The exhibition tries to capture the cultural heritage of the Rampur state through 77 banners seven display cases seven audio and three audio-visual clips The state of Rampur was established by Nawab Faizullah Khan in 1774 after the Nawab of Oudh drove him out of Bareilly with the help of the British East India Company Also it was the only Muslim state to have survived the mutiny Over the next few years the state became a confluence of people from a wide range of cultures and communities and incubated its own school of musicAfter the Mughal and the Awadh courts were past their prime the poets moved towards Rampur encouraged by the Nawabs of the state This resulted in the formation of the the famous Hindustani Classical School of Music Zaheer and Hameed’s project started five years ago when they decided to translate Sunehri Rait in English The novel is written by Zubeida Sultan the daughter of their maternal uncle Their mother’s family belonged to Rampur and the Delhi-based sisters were exposed to the state’s nawabi culture Sunehri Rait is a novel set in the post-1857 era in the Rohilkhand region of Uttar Pradesh “in a crumbling feudal binary of the traditional and the modern” and revolves around an intensely patriarchal society “The book was initially started as a translation and it led us to realise that there is a whole heritage lying packed in boxes These may not survive much longer and we want the world to see it” says 73-year-old Hameed Many of the elements from the novel are represented in exhibition In Sunehri Rait the bridal trousseau is embroidered in gold and silver The exhibition shows how the influence also reached children’s playhouses Display cases showcase Farshi ghararas and Karchob dupatta for weddings; as well as simple furniture made of wood and silver utensils for dolls There is also a display of “Fatmi Jahez” a collection of five clay pots a spindle coarse garments chakki mashk (water bags) and the Quran among others which is believed to have been given by Prophet Muhammed to his daughter Fatima when she got married In the novel it was gifted by a mother to her daughter at her marriage Videos showcase scenes of mehfils majlis and other slices of life from Rampur The exhibition a part of an IGNCA project titled “Confluence of the Traditions and Composite Cultures” has been curated by Ranesh Ray Iffat Fatima has handled the videos while Hameeda Srivastava the cousin of Zaheer and Hameed helped re-create the forgotten chapter in the history of Rampur The exhibition is on at IGNCA till May 10 from 10am-7pm Entry from Gate Number 6 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWe often say the same sweet nonsensical things to our dogs that we say to our babies—and in almost the same slow high-pitched voice Now scientists have shown that puppies find our pooch-directed speech exciting whereas older dogs are somewhat indifferent The findings show for the first time that young dogs respond to this way of talking and that it may help them learn words—as such talk does with human babies To find out how dogs reacted to human speech Nicolas Mathevon a bioacoustician at the University of Lyon in Saint tienne France and his colleagues first recorded the voices of 30 women as they looked at a dog’s photograph and read from a script “Hi Hello cutie Who’s a good boy Come here Good boy Yes Come here sweetie pie What a good boy” (The scientists were afraid the women would ad lib if they spoke to a real dog) The women also repeated the passage to a person When the scientists compared the human- and dog-directed speech they found that as expected the women spoke in distinctive high-pitched sing-song tones to the pooches—but not the humans “It didn’t matter if it was a puppy or an adult dog” Mathevon says But the women did speak at an even higher pitch when looking at puppy photos Next the researchers played these recordings in short trials with 10 puppies and 10 adult dogs at a New York City animal shelter and videotaped their responses Nine of the puppies reacted strongly barking and running toward the loudspeaker even when the recording had been made for an older dog the team reports today in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B Some even bent toward the loudspeaker in a play bow a pose meant to initiate horseplay suggesting they may regard dog-directed speech as “an invitation to play” Mathevon says The puppies were less interested in the recordings of the women speaking to the person And the adult dogs “They didn’t care at all” Mathevon says It made no difference if they heard speech directed at puppies older dogs or humans “They had a quick look at the speaker and then ignored it” A dog listening to puppy talk Mario Gallego-Abenza The scientists aren’t sure why the adult dogs were so disinterested It may be that they need to interact with an actual person not a disembodied voice or that they need to hear a familiar voice Mathevon says But for the puppies the women’s exaggerated high-pitched dog-directed speech served a purpose: “It got their attention” says Mathevon who thinks this way of talking may help them learn words just as our baby talk helps human infants learn language Other research however disputes this idea Still the study shows that even in our speech “we care for and treat dogs of all ages like human infants” which is likely “an important part of their success in human environments” says Monique Udell an animal behaviorist at Oregon State University in Corvallis who was not involved with the work The scientists don’t yet know whether puppies have an innate response to dog-directed speech or whether it is something they learn It will also take further study to figure out whether the words in dog-directed speech mean something more to the puppies or whether it helps them learn words In the meantime when you speak doggy to your puppy be sure you’re ready to playWritten by Agencies | London | Published: May 18 2009 10:25 am Related News Do you need to lose weight Thenturn off the television an hour earlier and go to bedfor a new study has revealed that getting more sleep could help you shed the flab An international teamled by Walter Reed Army Medical Centre in Washington has found that lack of sleep a night can affect a person’s hormone levels which may trigger hunger and slow down metabolism and could thereby cause them to eat moreresulting in weight gain According to lead researcher Dr Arn EliassonBMI (body mass index) of a person is linked to length and quality of sleep in a consistent fashion Obesity is defined as having a BMI of 30 or more Researchers have based their findings on an analysis of the sleepactivity and energy expenditures of 14 nurses who had volunteered for a heart-health programme at the Walter Reedwhere they were employed They found that the nurses who slept longest were slimmer than those who managed the least shut-eye “When we analysed our data by splitting our subjects into ‘short sleepers’ and ‘long sleepers’we found that short sleepers tended to have a higher BMI (283) compared to long sleeperswho had an average BMI of 245 “Short sleepers also had lower sleep efficiencyexperienced as greater difficulty getting to sleep and staying asleep” ‘The Daily Telegraph’ quoted Dr Eliasson as saying According to the researchersstress may also play a role in both reducing the length and quality of sleep as well as increasing eating and other behaviours that may result in weight gain “Higher perceived stress may erode sleep Stress and being less rested may cause these individuals to be less organised than normal weight individualsmeaning they would have to make more trips and take more steps to accomplish the same tasks This might add to their stress and encourage other unhealthy behaviours like stress eating” Dr Eliasson said He added “We found so many interesting links in our data It opens up a number of possibilities for future investigation Primarilywe want to know what is driving the weight differencesand why sleep and weight appear to be connected” The findings have been presented at the American Thoracic Society International Conference in San Diego For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News Some researchers at the time proposed that those fields somehow protected the surface from the solar wind (the influx of charged particles streaming from the sun),This place is one of them. which is like a pre-nuptial agreement.

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