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All three lamps are coated with water-based finishing, nose.Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 9 Ushkav Holding Pvt.Ltd and Mr Tajamul Waseem Khan) 56 I A Khan (V Appachu) 5 Won by: 1/21 1/41/22 1/4 Time: 1-1467 seconds Tote: Rs 19 for win; Rs 10Rs 21 and Rs 16 for places; Second horse pool: Rs 60Forecast pool: Rs 65Quinella pool: Rs 88Tanala pool: 70 per cent Rs 153 and 30 per cent Rs 45 5 The Dhanushjoti Plate (For horses rated 40 to 65) 1600 metres: Toofan Mail (Duja (USA) / Signs) (Mrs Namratha B Salvi and K L Gopal) 54 Madhu Babu (Bipin Salvi) 1Penny Tweedy (Mr Srikanta Datta Narasimharaja WadiyarMrs Pramoda Devi Wadiyar and Mr Z Darashah) 57 D Gnaneshwar (Z Darashah) 2Time Is Precious (Mr C D Monnappa) 54 D Mahendran (C D Monnappa) 3Star Blue (Mr S N Harish) 58 G Y Rajesh Babu (P C Tejaswi) 4Copenhagen (M/s Mahmood KhanPrathamesh Giri and G Bhakthavatsalam) 50 Gaurav Sapra (Surender) 5 Won by: 24 1/21/23 1/4 Time: 1-4116 seconds Tote: Rs 17 for win; Rs 12Rs 15 and Rs 28 for places; Second horse pool: Rs 27Forecast pool: Rs 37Quinella pool: Rs 28Tanala pool: 70 per cent Rs 176 and 30 per cent Rs 109 6 The Nairn Cup-Division I (For horses rated 20 to 45) 1400 metres: Ashkan (Bees Prospector (USA) / Persian Delight) (M/s Aditya P ThackerseyZ Darashah and A C Jayaram) 615 D Gnaneshwar (Z Darashah) 1Demanding (Young Senor (USA) / Primo Donna) (Mr Kumar N) 615 P Krishna (Ravi Shankar S) 2Suave (Mr T E Sathia Dass) 61 S Chandrashekar (T Natraj) 3Zindabad (Mr K V Srinivas) 52 Himanshu (Vishal Yadav) 4Serious Warrior (M/s C D MonnappaK S Raman and H S Vijaya Kumar) 57 Madhu Babu (C D Monnappa) 5 Won by: 4 1/2snkhead2 3/4 Time: 1-2784 seconds Tote: Rs 12 for win; Rs 12Rs 30 and Rs 24 for places; Second horse pool: Rs 118Forecast pool: Rs 78Quinella pool: Rs 92Tanala pool: 70 per cent Rs 323 and 30 per cent Rs 178 7 The Sathyamangala Plate (For horses rated 60 and above) 1400 metres: Time To Celebrate (Sizzling Melody (GB) / Loveshine) (M/s M N Achaiah and Dinesh Pujar) 525 Md Shoaib (Dinesh Pujar) 1War Head (Mr R V Venkatappa) 535 Amarpreet Singh (Vishal Yadav) 2Bee For You (Mrs ShubhasriM/s K L Gangadhar and V Chinnaswamy) 54 S Selvaraj (V Appachu) 3Lyra (Mrs Radhika Narredu) 60 D Gnaneshwar (Z Darashah) 4Sandokan (Mistral Racing Syndicate) 59 G Y Rajesh Babu (V Appachu) 5 Won by: 2 1/21 1/4ns1 1/4 Time: 1-2778 seconds Tote: Rs 46 for win; Rs 18Rs 29 and Rs 26 for places; Second horse pool: Rs 79Forecast pool: Rs 480Quinella pool: Rs 338Tanala pool: 70 per cent Rs 3151 and 30 per cent Rs 675 8 The Priceless Plate (For horses rated 20 to 45; 5 years old and upward) 1600 metres: Berkley Square (Inner City (IRE) / Right Step) (M/s Rajan SellamuttuCabral WijetungeM Ayub Khan and Dhrubadeb Chaudhuri) 48 Saddam Iqbal (Md Sajid) 1Roanoke (Mr Dasarath Netha Vuppala) 575 Himanshu (Vishal Yadav) 2Cruise Control (M/s R Ramamanohara and Venkatarama) 59 H G Rathod (Ranjeet Shinde) 3Romantic Design (Mr M C Ponnappa) 53 Khalander (C Girinath) 4Running Man (Mr S N Harish) 535 Vivek (P C Tejaswi) 5 Won by: 3/43/46 1/23 Time: 1-4279 seconds Tote: Rs 87 for win; Rs 29Rs 13 and Rs 15 for places; Second horse pool: Rs 54Forecast pool: Rs 237Quinella pool: Rs 78Tanala pool: 70 per cent Rs 514 and 30 per cent Rs 251 Jackpot pool: 70 per cent Rs 4661 on 62 tickets and 30 per cent Rs 179 on 690 tickets Super Jackpot pool: 70 per cent Rs 4211 on 10 tickets and 30 per cent Rs 251 on 72 tickets Treble pool: Rs 254 on 129 tickets For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 15 2017 7:58 pm Alia Bhatt in House of Masaba (L) and Manish Malhotra (Source: Instagram/houseofmasaba manishmalhotra05) Related News Alia Bhatt might be the one to give you #casualwear goals but the actress also knows how to clean up well in Indian wear It’s not very often that this talented actor picks something desi for big star-studded events so her appearance at IIFA Rocks made for a really nice change The fact that she actually nailed the look in this sheer outfit did help a lot We can’t get over how beautiful she looked in this Manish Malhotra outfit – in fact nothing short of royalty The intricate floral embroidery on the blouse and the lehenga is so lovely that we would happily save up to buy it or if we come across a lot of money then get on our hands on it immediately without a second thought It’s the minute details on the outfit which makes it all the more special like the shimmery silver tassels on the dupatta We give celebrity stylist Ami Patel full credit for picking up this dream lehenga and the beauty team for the puffed updo and dewy make-up It complemented her outfit really well She gave us another stellar look in separates from House Of Masaba The custom-made bow-tie top in a Kite Fish print with flared denim pants and a sheer organza jacket with threadwork looked lovely on the Badrinath Ki Dulhania actor According to the words of the designer it is ‘delicate but powerful just like her’ We agree she did look dreamy The beautiful muted make-up with a pink lip shade and pulled back hair added to her look We think she pulled off both outfits with a lot of class What do you think Let us know in the comments below For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Shantanu David | New Delhi | Published: October 25 2015 12:30 am For chef Atul Kochhar food is a family business Top News With a grandfather who was a baker and a father who ran a catering company Atul Kochhar grew up surrounded by food and flavours in the family home in Jamshedpur “From an early age I learned how to pick fresh fruits and vegetables; it was a daily chore So perhaps it’s only natural that I ended up in hotel management” says the Michelin-starred chef He entered the Oberoi group and got his diploma in hotel management in Delhi He had approached the course with an open mind but after a stint in the kitchen he decided to remain there Even more than the actual task of cooking Kochhar 45 wanted to know more about the cultural heritage of cuisines from different parts of the world and the migratory routes they take After graduating from the school in 1989 Kochhar spent two years completing the Oberoi management course across different brand properties in the country; it remains the premier finishing school for hoteliers in the country “My first posting was as a junior sous chef in Bhubaneswar where I remained for about seven-eight months After that I returned to The Oberoi in New Delhi” he says He had missed cooking “Not to take anything away from working in hotels but as a senior chef in a big hotel you essentially have a desk job You get caught up with paperwork requisition forms ordering ingredients and so on and so forth My time there was my turning point because I realised this was not what I wanted to do; I wanted to get my hands dirty and cook” says Kochhar Soft shell crab But this was the early 1990s; the restaurant scene in India was yet to evolve to its current avatar So Kochhar headed to London where the names of celebrity chefs such as Marco Pierre White Charlie Trotter and the Roux brothers acted like a siren song He worked briefly with White and a few other chefs before he was asked to head the kitchen at Tamarind in Mayfair “The owner Mrs Khanna is a member of the royal family of Patiala She wanted a restaurant that would reflect the ethos of north Indian food” says Kochhar He succeeded: Tamarind earned a Michelin star in 2001 and Kochhar became the first Indian chef to be awarded the coveted culinary distinction After being entrenched in north Indian sensibilities for so long Kochhar felt the need for change “I learned so much from Mrs Khanna but I wanted to push the boundaries of our myriad cuisines India is a modern country but our food is more than 3000 years old Our eating habits haven’t changed all that much in all this time I’m not saying that’s a bad thing but I wanted to pursue new paradigms” says Kochhar And so he did — in 2003 he opened his own restaurant Benares (also in Mayfair) Named after the temple town but in no way mired in the past the venture saw Kochhar draw on his childhood tempered by his adult interests to create a menu that appealed to both sensibilities the modern as well as the traditional “I didn’t want to get bogged down by using only authentic ingredients from India and traditional cooking methods I wanted to create Indian food using the ingredients locally available and using the best cooking method If I wanted to do a rogan josh using sous vide then I would But it has to taste the same as it would in Kashmir” says Kochhar who continues to keep spices as his golden standard refusing to compromise on them Scallops served at Benares “For example fish dishes from the country are usually curried because a lot of the fishes have strong flavours but I wanted to explore other ways of cooking it A meen moily is always curried but what I’d do instead is use a wild sea bass or a red snapper You can’t curry those because the fish is too delicate So I would make a stock from the bones and cook it into a moily sauce I’d bake or lightly fry it tempering the oil with curry leaves and other spices that go into a traditional moily And voila the fish doesn’t disintegrate and retains the flavour of a moily sans the curry” he says Once again fortune favoured his boldness and Benares with signature dishes such as the heirloom tomato salad with 15 ingredients and a John Dory marinated in Indian herbs was awarded the Michelin star in 2007 which it has consistently retained since then Meanwhile the London that Kochhar migrated to in the early ’90s was rapidly changing “Earlier an Indian restaurant wouldn’t work unless it had a tandoor because non-Indians hadn’t realised that anything existed beyond curry cuisine That’s changed now Today people walk in to a regional Indian restaurant whether it is a Bengali or Gujarati one and are excited to explore the food They are well versed in the nuances of the cuisine” he says But not that much has changed for Kochhar He continues to be “supremely guided” by the seasons and the local ingredients available “Lamb has a season essentially March and April though you can stretch it to May After that it’s young mutton that’s available” says Kochhar Chicken Tikka Pie at NRI And now after 22 years he has returned home Not that he didn’t visit now and then but that was for personal reasons he says “I visit India several times a year but that’s to travel and explore the many regions of our country I think that’s the reason I never thought of opening a restaurant here because I came back to relax not to work My business partner and I debated the feasibility of opening a restaurant here many times and we always see-sawed between yes and no Finally we met the person who was to become our partner in India and he convinced us that it was time to return” says Kochhar This week he is opening the doors to NRI (Not Really Indian) in the Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai “The city has always fascinated me because it belongs to so many different cultures — not just the Marathis That’s why we’re opening our first venture here rather than Delhi which I am so much more familiar with” he says This cross-cultural pollination is reflected in NRI’s menu he adds “Indians have always gone abroad and modified their cuisine to the places that they settled in I thought it was time to bring some of that food home” says Kochhar Outside the kitchen Kochhar is a devoted father and an avid cricket fan And who does he support when India plays England “With all due respect to her Majesty and while I love England which has been so incredibly warm to me I remain an India fan” says Kochhar The article was originally published under the headline ‘Master of Spices’ For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top 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