Shahi Paratha Roll Restaurant, located in Dubai, is best known for its conventional BBQ Platters across the city. Everything at the establishment is offered in keeping with time honoured customs and traditions from both India and Pakistan. This makes the eating joint stand out among competitors.
BBQ is consumed more in winters. Have BBQ platter at Shahi Paratha Roll Restaurant and you’ll have a culinary experience you will rave about for a long time. Shahi Paratha Roll's special offer is Chicken Tikka Platter - traditional favorite with aromatic spices charred to a moist perfection – that is very mouth watering (even when I write about it).
Shahi Paratha Roll BBQ Platter is a main course meal. What is more, you can choose from a wide range that is on the offer. It's a perfect dish for Sunday brunch and or light dinners any day. Try their lovely and colorful platter with smoky taste of coal, it’s a real yumm!
Shahi Paratha Roll platter that includes many choices from their rich menu is served with special chutney. Try and let them know how did you find Shahi Paratha Roll Platter?
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You can still have twins!
Thursday, March 3, 2016
A 62-year-old Bulgarian woman has become the country's oldest first-time mother by giving birth to twins following an embryo transfer, local media reported, reports Geo.Tv.
Krasimira Dimitrova, a psychiatrist from the northern city of Ruse, gave birth by caesarian section on May 5 to twin baby girls, named Mary and Jacqueline, who each weighed less than one kilogramme.
Her pregnancy was the result of an embryo transfer, Dimitrova told the newspaper in an interview, adding that she was initially impregnated with triplets but doctors decided to remove one of the embryos.
"Age was not an obstacle for me... I so much wanted to have children," she said.
Wednesday, March 2, 2016
View From the Third World
Thursday, February 18, 2016
The landlord comes and laments his problem. This time it is not the work load in the office, also not the mother who is still in coma and he is no more interested in the increasing noise in his otherwise calm and quiet neighborhood. The air pollution? Today he ignores it. There was thunder and storm, which has cleaned the environment. The problem of watering the grass has been solved by natural. The storm has caused an electricity breakdown and there is also no water. However, the food in the refrigerator will not become stale because it has become cooler and the fine dust –to be found everywhere – is settled for the time being.
The farmers in the countryside still do not have many tragic problems. One eats before sunrise and before going to the mosque, works hard during the day, hardly drinks anything, and finds a shadowy place to rest in the intervals. If its the fasting month, he fasts -- no problems.
The Causes of all Evil or almost all Evil
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Prof Dr Norbert Pintsch
Once again we engage ourselves with the topic of disparities in urban and rural cultures, their problems, misunderstandings and faulty developments caused by the myths. The erroneous developments in urban areas are massive and on the other hand, seemingly ignorant and largely uneducated residents in the rural areas are carriers of the traditional culture. They are also the owners of left-over knowledge of the concerned culture. Unfortunately, they are misused by the members of the city culture in many different forms for the purpose of income generation.
The urbanisation is proceeding forward with the main argument of progress and development, without its necessity being put in question in any way. The prospects of a solution to the enormous problems of the systems complex “City” appear to be further away, more than ever before. One is still looking to solutions used in the XX century, for example the expansion of the infra-structure. The answer to more traffic jams on roads is to widen them, and widen them again when the traffic jams increase even more, and this goes on and on. Mobility is the main catchword, technically attractive, but seen in a long-term or even lesser context, just a sham answer.
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