27.01.2016

Indian express daily horoscope by peter vidal

ANDY MURRAY was pushed hard before knocking out Marcel Granollers in the second round at Indian Wells. Indian commandos killed the last remaining gunmen holed up at a luxury Mumbai hotel on Saturday, ending a 60-hour rampage that killed 195 people in India's financial capital. A previously unknown Muslim group claimed responsibility for the attack, which killed 18 foreigners. Indian officials said the sole surviving gunman was from Pakistan and pointed a finger of blame at their neighbour.
Some 295 people also were wounded in the violence that started when at least a dozen heavily armed assailants attacked 10 sites across Mumbai on Wednesday night. Orange flames and black smoke engulfed the landmark 565-room Taj Mahal hotel after dawn on Saturday as Indian forces ended the siege there in a hail of gunfire, just hours after elite commandos stormed a Jewish centre and found nine hostages dead.
With the end of one of the most brazen terror attacks in India's history, attention turned from the military operation to questions of who was behind the attack and the heavy toll on human life. FISH expert Rick Stein, 66, runs six restaurants and lives in Padstow, Cornwall, where he has a cottage.
A CARE home has been criticised by a government health watchdog for staff’s poor English – and for playing Bhangra music to its baffled residents. The owners of the Parkview Nursing and Residential Home in Bolton, Greater Manchester, could face a financial penalty if they do not make improvements, inspectors for the Care Quality Commission have warned. The caution comes following a surprise inspection last May 14, which uncovered a catalogue of failures. Inspectors also found residents looking dehydrated, no evidence of staff recording their fluid or food intake and Indian pop music “blaring out” in the lounge areas.


The CQC’s report comes with a formal warning issued to owners Jewelglen Limited to protect the safety and welfare of residents. Mahendra Raja, the home’s owner, said the concerns raised had been addressed and solutions would be in order before the next inspection. Although neither Prince William nor Kate Middleton has been to India, they’ve been fans of Bollywood since watching Slumdog Millionaire.
Now they want to inject a bit of Indian glamour into their wedding reception at Buckingham Palace.
Dancer Sandip Soparrkar confirms that he and his dance partner Jesse Randhawa (who is also his wife) pictured left, are to be part of the “background cabaret” that will entertain the 600 guests at the lunchtime reception .
A MEDAL for supreme bravery awarded at the height of the British Empire has been donated for free to the world’s biggest collection of Victoria Crosses.
THE catering staff at the Kia Oval media centre have really outdone themselves over the past few days by laying on some magnificent spreads for the grazing throng of journalists. Stuart Broad and Jos Buttler celebrate their Test series win[GETTY]Yesterday was a prime example.
I've been quite a few times in the last 30 years but mainly for family holidays and mostly to Goa and Rajasthan.
Bhangra music – Punjabi pop often featured in Bollywood films – blared out of one resident’s room followed by an Asian language radio station, despite the residents’ first language being English, and their care plan indicating they liked classical music.
Despite the manager insisting that staff had been informed of English language classes to improve their communication, none had shown any interest.
It has been ordered to improve standards by July 16 or be forced to shut down and face a financial penalty.


Last year they performed for comedian Russell Brand and Katy Perry, whose reception in Rajasthan was gatecrashed by a marauding tiger.
A full English breakfast was on offer before the start of play, followed by honey and thyme-roasted turkey, spiced meatballs, herb rice and rosemary and sea salt-roasted potatoes at lunch, with a tempting plate of cheese and biscuits for afters. I love the pace of life and the liveliness of it.If you want a romantic holiday by the beach, don't go to India. One famous sports writer, who shall remain nameless to protect his dignity if not his waistline, devoured virtually a whole wheel of brie single-handedly.Tea consisted of moreish finger sandwiches and mini-pies.
It's a fantastic place.Was there anything in India that you wouldn't eat?I'm a bit reckless and will try pretty much anything. I got Delhi belly, like everyone else on our film crew, but it didn't put me off eating street food.I was there for months and, by the end, I had built up an immunity to all bugs and could eat anything. It's very honest and I don't pull any punches.What main lesson has life taught you?Don't panic. So many times in life, you find yourself thinking "this situation is terrible" but eventually it passes. I remember going to a curry house and I just couldn't finish the food because it was so hot.What surprised you most about India?Just how much everyone spoke English.
Food wise, if you love Indian food, you need to go to India to appreciate it at its best and get away from tikka masalas.Authentic Indian curries have layers of spices and aren't blindingly hot.



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