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At the current market price of Rs 268 apiecethe 5 per cent stake sale would fetch Rs 8463 crore to the exchequer Priyadarshi is an assistant editor based in New Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shantanu David | Updated: June 23 2014 11:02 am Rachel Allen in Delhi (Source: Express photo by Tashi Tobgyal) Related News Talking to Rachel Allen is like eating a warm cookie straight out of the oven her treacle-sweet and friendly TV persona being a natural extension of her own It is no wonder then that her cookery show Rachel Allen: Bake has been on air since 2008 and syndicated the world over It beams into Indian homes along with Rachel on TLC She herself was in the Capital recently as part of a whistlestop tour across India her first visit to the country as a goodwill ambassador for Irish NGO GOAL Apart from her shows Rachel is a highly regarded food writer cookbook author teacher and crystal-ware designer Teaching however she says is central to her work whether it is through classes books or the TV Food is something that happened along the way while she was growing up “I had always loved food and cooking but never considered that to be a career choice All I knew was that I wanted to do something creative My parents suggested a cooking school and once I got there I realised that this was it I had found what I wanted to do with life” she says with a smile It probably didn’t hurt that her kitchen er temple of learning was the famed Ballymaloe Cookery School founded by her to-be mother-in-law chef Darina Allen (who also pioneered the Slow Food movement in Ireland) 30 years ago It is situated in idyllic County Cork and this is where Rachel now teaches Darina for her part built the school around the Michelin-starred Ballymaloe House Hotel and Restaurant open and run by her own mother-in-law Myrtle Allen otherwise known as the “matriarch of modern Irish cuisine” “It all started with Myrtle and funnily enough she only started cooking after she got married On the suggestion of some friends she started writing on food for her local magazine coming up with new recipes every week Finding that she really enjoyed crafting dishes she decided to open a restaurant in her home after her six children had grown up” says Rachel Soon a discreet advertisement was printed inviting guests to “come and dine in a country home” Word spread and over the next five decades Ballymaloe House helped shape the landscape of modern Irish food Myrtle’s practice of changing the menu daily based on the freshest local produce available is still being followed It helps that Ballymaloe House is on a 400-acre organic farm run by several generations and branches of the Allen family (Rachel’s husband Isaac being one of Myrtle’s 26 grandchildren) and each member is involved in the food industry in some or the other capacity “It’s really unusual but almost all of my husband’s family went out studied or worked for a while and ended up coming back to Ballymaloe and making their lives here Usually people including me have family all over the world but most of the Allens are in County Cork and it’s an enormous help; we all help each other with advice and act as sounding boards For instance I have a line of pies which are retailed and it was my husband’s cousin a baker who helped me plan it Similarly my brother-in-law is planning to open a brewery and brewing school at the Ballymaloe school using organic grain sourced from the farm” said Rachel When it comes to Indian food Rachel has visited both ends of the spectrum “While I was growing up in Dublin I ate in plenty of small Indian eateries but I doubt they were truly authentic At Ballymaloe we had Madhur Jaffrey coming into give classes on Indian cookery and I think that was my real exposure to Indian food She really brings the cuisines alive whether she’s talking about them or just cooking I consider myself so fortunate that I was able to experience that” she says When she isn’t firing up recipes in the oven Rachel is a full-time mother A perfect illustration is her India trip which is only for five days since she has to return home by Monday It is her younger children’s soccer match For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIndore: Stating that the death of five farmers in police firing in Mandsaur was a blot on the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia Monday equated the BJP regime in Madhya Pradesh to the "Hitler’s rule" "The police firing on farmers agitating for getting right price for their produce and waiver of loans which resulted in the death of the five of them is a blot on the head of Shivraj Singh’s government It appears that Hitler’s rule is prevailing in the state Chouhan has no right to remain in power" Scindia told reporters at the Indore Press Club File image of Jyotiraditya Scindia AFP "It is a matter of shame that instead of meeting grieving farmers’ families the chief minister staged a nautanki (drama) in Bhopal in the name of holding a fast By announcing hefty compensation for them the Chouhan government tried to trivialise invaluable human lives through money" he alleged Scindia who also met injured farmers at the government MY Hospital here said "I am totally shattered with their ordeal They alleged that after the firing police dragged them on the roads and also took away money and mobile phones from their pockets" The former Union minister claimed that police have termed nearly 700 agitating farmers as anti-social elements and have registered cases against them while it has not yet filed a case against those policemen who ordered to open fire at the protesters He alleged that the state government was just hushing up the matter in the name of probe "The policemen in khaki dress should not consider themselves as god" he remarked The senior Congress leader also denied allegations that his party had added fuel to the agitation "Congress has no role in the farmers’ agitation We always follow the path of non-violence shown by Mahatma Gandhi" he said Targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi he said that nearly 65 crore people are dependent on agriculture in the country but the government has hiked the rates of power and diesel which has increased the cost of cultivation forcing the farmers to commit suicide Scindia also announced to stage 72-hour satyagrahain support of the farmers at Bhopal from 14 June Written by Vandana Kalra | Updated: November 11 2017 12:58 am “My work is like a theatre with characters moving everywhere I also see my work as journey of life where nothing is static hence there is no central figure all details are important in their own way” says Burman 46 Related News Maya Burman does not feel the need to paint the grim realities of the present day in her art She would rather depict a fantasy world where the everyday and the surreal come together in dream-like patterns that float around central characters These intricate details form a complete picture Dressed in striped silk kaftan tunic she was at Triveni Kala Sangam last week for her exhibition ‘Joi De vivre: Celebrating Life’ “My work is like a theatre with characters moving everywhere I also see my work as journey of life where nothing is static hence there is no central figure all details are important in their own way” says Burman 46 She travels to India with her artist parents – Sakti Burman and Maite Delteil – often but is showing in Delhi after 10 years “We all know life is very fragile so through my paintings I want to bring joy and happiness to people” says the Parisian Her children Leela and Ganapati are back home in Paris but are often here with their grandparents As a child Burman did not travel to India often but the time she did in her early 20s the country left a lasting impression “My father used to tell us stories of Shakuntala episodes from the Ramayana but we never spoke particularly about religion When I travelled to India I realised many actions of my father were actually from India It was a strange feeling During my visit with a friend we travelled across India to see the rich architecture of the country” she says Art also was not a career choice “I used to observe my parents as a child but did not think of pursuing art myself” It was after four years of studying architecture that she turned to art when she was in her mid 20s Dominated by floral and decorative patterns and reminiscent of French art nouveau tradition of the 1890s her style is distinct from her father’s pointillist and marbling technique and her mother’s depictions of the everyday “My training in architecture was very important That is where I discovered drawing It still influences how I build my compositions The detailing could be traced to Indian miniatures I stay in France and that too affects my work” says Burman “I used to observe my parents as a child but did not think of pursuing art myself” says Maya Burman In the exhibition we see numerous fantasy lands imagined by Burman If in The Dream Catcher a magical river runs through the watercolour on paper in Summer Garden a mother protects her sleeping child from nightmares The watercolour Sunshine in my Heart has blooming sunflowers and circular pen and ink works Playgrounds are in black and white without the colour one associates with such depictions “When I am painting I am alone in my studio I put my emotions my point of view in the work and then offer it to people who bring their own interpretation It is an embroidery of works In every small thing of life I want to show images full of joy You don’t need me to show sordid things” says Burman The exhibition is at Shridharani Gallery Triveni Kala Sangam till November 13 It continues at Gallerie Ganesha E-557 Greater Kailash-II from November 16 to December 7? 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though,We searched several houses and finally apprehended Savita and Ajay and rescued the boy, Sharma said On questioningSavitawho is allegedly involved in a flesh trade rackettold police that she kidnapped the child to avoid being stopped at police check-posts She used to live in a rented house in Batala Within hoursshe befriended the boy and his family Once she sensed an opportunityshe kidnapped the child She took the boy to Delhi by bus and began living in a rented accommodation with her boyfriend?

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