Dear Editor,It just takes a casual glance at Georgetown’s iconic landmark; the Stabroek Market in its current sorry state, to realise that it mirrors completely the hopeless state of the administration of the Georgetown municipality.At the highest point of this historic structure is a weather vane, wind vane, or weathercock – which ever you want to call it – and which was put there to show citizens the direction and speed of the wind. This does not work.Looking up at the legendary clock so strategically placed in our nation’s capital, and built somewhere between 1880 and 1881, one can see each dial telling a different time, which of course is because the clock is defective and has been so for decades, due to the Council failing to maintain it. More egregious is that more than two years ago, the Council begged a foreign mission and obtained full funding to have the clocks rehabilitated and returned to working order.Regrettably, having received this money, they have failed to fix the clock giving the flimsy excuse that the tower housing the clock needs to be repaired first before the clock could be rehabilitated. Did they not know this before obtaining funds to repair the clock? And why with the passage of more than two years, this modest tower but historical masterpiece could not be repaired? To add insult to injury, they have haphazardly hung a string of lights to further deface the structure and highlight at night, the fact that the clocks are not working. The City Council should be ashamed of itself.Going around to the back of Stabroek Market, one is confronted with the broken-down wharf that collapsed several years ago, and for which the Council has failed to even attempt repairs. Instead they have had a grand plan drawn up for a fancy edifice to be put up, using the Central Government’s sources of funding which really means the VAT and other taxes you and I have to pay to the State. Could the Council say what it is doing with all of the stall rents, vendors’ fees and other municipal taxes that they collect that should be used to maintain municipal markets? I hope it is not wasted on foreign trips.Then there is the act of cultural barbarism, impropriety and venality where the Council’s administration has allowed a vendor to build a two-storied structure that adjoins the North-eastern side of the Stabroek Market structure. This ugly projection which incidentally does not have the approval of the Council, nor the National Trust, blemishes significantly this heritage structure and severely hampers the natural airflow of the market. Why does the Communities Ministry, the Council, the National Trust of Guyana or the Guyana Historical and Research Society not awaken from their slumber, and correct this savagery?Venturing inside this dark, dank, rat infested municipal market more often than not, one is either molested by some urchins who will attempt to sell you stolen items, or alternately try to choke and rob you right under the noses of some unconcerned City Constables.But that aside, one is confronted with a most cluttered, untidy and chaotic market that now houses more than a thousand business persons. Long ago stalls were arranged in neat rows with wide passages that allowed the fire tender to drive all the way from the front to the back of the market in the event of a conflagration. Today not even the fire hose could be stretched from the front to the back of the market.How could we the citizens expect our City Council to manage our capital city when they cannot even manage a simple municipal market. How could we expect Georgetown to advance with such corrupt, incompetent and desperate persons at the helm?Sincerely,Jermain Johnson
…persons fear grave economic hardships – farmers associationAfter being fined $1 million by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for dumping coconut waste into tributaries of the Pomeroon River, the coconut oil factory has decided to shut down operations, affecting the livelihood of over 500 farmers.The EPA had imposed a $1 million penalty for dumping shells and husks into canals, which lead into the river, located in Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam). Fat Boy Coconut Ventures, which is managed by Alphonso and Sons Enterprise, was required to pay the $1 million penalty for dumping an estimated 15,000 coconut shells.President of the Pomeroon Coconut Farmers Association, Glenrick Ali told Guyana Times that operations have ceased and many foresee grave economic hardships. He added that since the penalty was imposed last month, there has been no long-term alternative to get rid of the waste materials generated.The Government Analyst Food and Drug Department would have to intervene, advising the company on the dynamics of disposing the materials on land since there are complications with infestation from pests and rodents. As customary, the company would extract and bottle the coconut water but does not utilise the jelly pulp, which is discarded with the husky outer shell.“It would be great economic hardship for now until they resume and we don’t know when. They might pay [the fine] but they still have to find an alternative means to dispose of the husk. They could put it on land but the Food and Drug Department would have to tell them what distance away from the bottling facility the husk would have to be disposed. As it rot, it would gather flies, roaches and so on. The company does not make use of the jelly so that would gather insects very fast,” said Ali.For now, operations are suspended and many farmers have lost their livelihood along with other employees of the factory. The President of the farmers’ association was convinced that the closed facility was the most dynamic in the Caribbean, processing 15,000 nuts per day. Now, only one other bottling facility remains, which cannot ease the current production rate.“There is one other bottling facility operating presently. This facility that’s closing processes 15,000 nuts per day for last month. It is the best because it is the only one with the capacity to process that many nuts per day. The closure would affect over 500 farmers and their families and the facility employs about 30 persons so they would be without jobs until they open again and we don’t know when,” he posited. Efforts to contact Alphonso and Sons Enterprise for an update on how soon the company will pay the fine proved futile.In a previous report, the EPA had stated that shells and husks are a major contributor to flooding and more so, it poses a hazard to the waterways, since residents rely on the water for daily activities.Officers of the EPA had visited the area and had warned of the consequences if the company did not desist from dumping the waste. This reportedly continued and as such, the sanctions were imposed. The company had agreed to pay the fine within 30 days, which expired on July 31.Just over one year ago, the pronouncement was made to revive Guyana’s coconut industry and create value-added products for the international market. Consultations were done with farmers and many sought resources to get involved. Some had already owned acres of coconut plants which required attention to produce favourable results. On the other hand, entrepreneurs ventured into the manufacturing sector to bottle the water.Chief Executive Officer of National Agricultural Research and Extension Institute (NAREI), Dr Oudho Homenauth had told officials of Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) that the budding coconut industry can be a major contributor to economic development of the region through the development of more coconut-based products because, as he highlighted, every part of the coconut can be used for one purpose or another.
A man from Mahdia in Region Eight (Potaro- Siparuni) was on Tuesday sent back to prison when he appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts charged with setting his ex-girlfriend on fire.Roy English, 42, of Mahdia, was not required to plead to the indictable charge when the Chief Magistrate, Ann McLennan read it to him.The charge stated that the defendant, on December 31, 2016 at Mahdia, unlawfully and maliciously inflicted grievous bodily harm on the Virtual Complainant (VC), Emon Raymond.The prosecution told the court that on the day in question, the VC told the defendant that she did not wish to continue a relationship with him.Upon hearing this, the man became enraged, took up some gasoline in a bottle and threw it on Raymond, before setting her on fire.As a result of the incident, the woman reportedly received second-degree burns about her body.English was remanded to prison. His next appearance will be at the Mahdia Magistrates’ Court on January 17, 2017.
The forward has been a long term target for Leopards and his addition to the club will boost the scoring fortunes that have been heavily reliant on Ezekiel Odera.Also signing for the club from Thika United is midfielder Musa Saad who has previously played for Nairobi City Stars and he joins the 13-time Kenyan Premier League champions on a two-year deal.“I think they are very good additions to the team especially Mukangula because the coach had insisted so much on a striker. We are sure his qualities will be of huge value to us in the second leg,” AFC Leopards Secretary General Oscar Igaida said.He added; “We will be looking for at least three more signings; one striker, a midfielder and a defender. But if we got two of our targets, then I think we will still be okay.”AFC Leopards are currently placed fourth in the Kenyan premier league standings with 31 points, nine short of arch rivals Gor Mahia who lead the log on an unbeaten run.Zapata remains confident that despite the gulf of difference between the two sides and Gor still having four matches at hand, Ingwe are in a good way to quench their two-decade wait for the league title.0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Posta Rangers midfielder Jerry Santo passes the ball under pressure from Thika United’s Eugene Mukangula during a Kenyan Premier League clash at the Ruaraka Complex on September 23, 2017. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Jun 18- Eugene Mukangula has become Argentine coach Rodolfo Zapata’s first signing at AFC Leopards with the striker joining Ingwe from struggling Thika United, putting pen to paper on a three year contract on Monday afternoon.Mukangula went straight to AFC Leopards offices to finalize the deal having just arrived from Narok where he donned the Thika United jersey for the final time on Sunday evening in their 3-0 loss to Sofapaka.
Neil Donaghy and his team of leading safety experts at Donaghy Safety Training Ltd. look at how to implement a policy to promote health and well-being in your business.Throughout Europe, alcohol and other drug problems in the workplace are a major factor in accidents, absenteeism and reduced productivity. The cost to employers runs into millions each year, in addition to the personal, social and financial impact on the person and their family.In the last decade Ireland had the highest increase in alcohol consumption among EU countries with a 41% increase in per capita consumption (hope, 2001). The 2003 slan national lifestyle survey found that 78% of adults in Ireland drink alcohol and of these 30% of males and 22% of females consume more than the recommended weekly limits of reasonable alcohol consumption. Also, experimental substance use has also increased over the last two decades with the level of substance use in general higher among young people in Ireland than in other countries (Brinkley et al., 1999). Data presented in the 2002 annual report of the European monitoring centre for drugs and drug addiction (emcdda) estimate that one in five Irish adults between the age of 18 and 64 have used an illegal drug.The recognition of the cost to industry of alcohol and other drug related problems have given impetus to the development of services aimed at the prevention, early identification and treatment of problemsWhy the workplace?The workplace has been identified as an ideal setting to promote health and well-being through health promotion activities and the implementation of workplace policies. Drug and alcohol issues are of increasing concern for workplaces today. For workers….Alcohol/substance abuse can result in deteriorating health, as well as family and relationship problems, injury, disciplinary action and other work-related problems.For employers…Substance abuse can lead to safety problems affecting the business, the workforce and customers. This ultimately leads to increased costs, lower productivity and can result in the loss of that ‘competitive’ edge a business needs to continuously thrive. Research shows that a notably high level of performance impairment can occur after relatively low quantities of alcohol and drugs have been consumed (Modell & Mountz, 1990). These findings support the theory of broad based prevention management programmes rather than concentrating on the rehabilitation of heavy drinkers.There are many benefits for employers who implement an alcohol and drug policy. These include: – a healthier workforce – reduced absenteeism, sickness, occupational injuries, late work arrival etc. – increased productivity and efficiency – improved staff relations/communications– an enhanced corporate image and better customer relationsKey elements of a successfully implemented policy– an alcohol/drug policy provides the precise framework for a business to address such issues in a positive supportive manner while complying with legislation in relation to health & safety in the workplace – the policy should clearly outline how the business will deal with alcohol/drug issues if they arise– the policy should be easy to understand, accessible– it should be communicated in a positive, clearly way, detailing all procedures– the policy should apply to all employees of all grades– workplace confidentiality should be addressed – the policy should be continuously reviewed and monitored When developing a workplace policy…. Broad consultation is vital for the successful implementation of any workplace policy and should be constructed with relevant input from both inside and outside of the business realm. Within the business input should include:– senior management– human resources (hr) department– occupational health (oh) department– health & safety advisors– employee representatives, to include unionsoutside the business input from the following agencies/organisations should be considered:– local alcohol/drug services– hse– employer support groups– Gardaí– local community based organisations/groupsIrish regsSafety, health and welfare at work act 2005 does not introduce legally binding regulations compelling employers to provide testing for drugs and alcohol at the workplace.The health & safety authority (HSA) has published voluntary guidelines on intoxicants testing at work.There are a number of collective agreements at company and sector level relating to testing procedures (mainly in transport and defence). For all your training requirements find further information on our website www.donaghysafetytraining.ie or find us on our facebook page at Donaghy Safety Training Ltd.Sponsored PostMaking Work Safe with Donaghy Safety Training – How to stop alcohol/drug misuse was last modified: January 2nd, 2018 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:alcoholDonaghy Safety Trainingdrugshealthmaking work safewellbeingworkplace
A young man stole a car and was involved in a high-speed chase with Gardai for more than 30 kms, a court has heard.Cathal Dunleavy, 23, from, Glenvar, Kerrykeel, appeared at Letterkenny District Court today charged with 16 different offences.They include fifteen charges of speeding and another charge of stealing a car. The court heard how a large number of Garda cars had been involved in the incident which started at Mountain Top in Letterkenny in the early hours of this morning and ended at Glenvar in Fanad.Garda Inspector Kevin Gately told the court the subsequent pursuit took place over a considerable time and distance.The car, which Dunleavy was driving, eventually crashed and is a write-off.Dunleavy appeared in court wearing jeans and a t-shirt and was in handcuffs.Garda Inspector Kevin Gately told the court that he was strongly opposed to bail.He also told the court that there would be more serious charges coming before the courts.He said Gardai were opposed to bail because of the seriousness of the case and the danger Dunleavy posed to himself, the Gardai and the general public.He also felt there was the danger that Dunleavy would not appear in court if granted bail.“I cannot impress upon the court enough our serious objection to bail,” he said.Solicitor for Dunleavy, Donagh Cleary, said there was no evidence to suggest this.Judge Paul Kelly said he was not granting bail to Dunleavy and remanded him in custody until next Monday, October 22nd.At hearingCopyright Donegaldaily.comCOMMENTS ARE CLOSED ON ONGOING COURT CASESMAN REMANDED IN CUSTODY AFTER HIGH SPEED CHASE WITH GARDAI was last modified: October 18th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:CATHAL DUNLEAVYKERRYKEELMAN REMANDED IN CUSTODY AFTER HIGH SPEED CHASE WITH GARDAI
URGENT JURY NOTICE: The jury panel which had been told not to turn up tomorrow (Thursday, February 6th) are now requested that they SHOULD attend court in Letterkenny at 10.30am.This notice replaces the earlier notice and follows a change in the court schedule this afternoon.So all jurors called for Thursday MUST attend tomorrow at the Circuit Court. URGENT JURY NOTICE CHANGE: JURORS NOW NEEDED ON THURSDAY was last modified: February 5th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:URGENT JURY NOTICE CHANGE: JURORS NOW NEEDED ON THURSDAY
6 February 2008Empty buildings with all the lights left on and home use of energy-guzzling heating and lighting methods may be a thing of the past, should government’s new energy saving proposals be enacted.These suggestions, as well as the use of solar power in new houses, flats and businesses, among others, are contained in the proposed new energy-saving regulations which are to be included in the Electricity Regulation Act.“The aim of this campaign is to change the behaviour of consumers,” Minerals and Energy Minister Buyelwa Sonjica said at the launch of South Africa’s National Energy Efficiency Campaign on Tuesday.The minister urged South Africans to switch off lights not in use, such as those in offices after working hours – as well as street lights during broad daylight.The new regulations will also promote the use of energy-efficient light bulbs in place of incandescent lights.Sonjica said the campaign, which will cost between R20-million and R40-million, would also look at the demand side management programme, with measures such as solar traffic lights, solar power heaters and creative systems lighting (CSL) set to come into effect soon.Sonjica said Eskom has agreed to make one million solar water heaters available to encourage South Africans to use this alternative source of heating, as opposed to mains powered geysers.“By adhering to the regulations, switching off lights in offices from 10pm to 6am for government buildings, except security lights, we can save about 1 080 megawatts, while working in our offices using daylight instead of electric light can save about 1 200 megawatts,” she said.Sonjica said the regulations would be supported by an electricity rationing framework, to be proposed in due course.The proposed regulations include making use of solar heating panels in both commercial and residential buildings, to be implemented before 2010.New houses, flats and townhouses valued at over R750 000 will be required to install electric geysers which incorporate a solar water heating facility. Residences that exceed 300 square meters will also have to install solar powered geysers.Office blocks, hospitals, hotels and resorts and shopping complexes feeding from a centralised water heating system will also be expected to install solar powered heating systems.All new geysers on the market will have to have insulation blankets which prevent heat from escaping and therefore save energy.It has also been proposed that heating, ventilation and cooling systems in commercial and residential buildings as well as swimming pools be fitted with a facility whereby the supply of electricity can be controlled remotely.The regulations will allow municipalities to pass by-laws, which will be in the interest of energy efficiency.Comments on the regulations must be submitted to the department no later than 25 February 2008.All comments must be addressed to Ompi Aphane and either e-mailed to LF.email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to the Department of Minerals and Energy at Private Bag X59, Pretoria, 0001.Source: BuaNews
Kebabs bring to mind images of meat on skewers. But kebabs are not made only of meat; vegetable, cottage cheese and seafood kebabs are equally tasty. Kebabs, which come in a variety of tastes, forms and textures, originated in Turkey and were introduced in India by Turkish nomads. Kebabs are now an integral part of Indian cuisine.Hyderabadi kebabs are made of large chunks of meat, which are marinated in spices and then barbequed. Lucknowi kebabs are made from ground meat, which is redolent with fiery chilies and raw mango tamarind and yoghurt, and shallow fried. Other popular Indian kebabs are chicken tikka, Malai kebabs, pahadi kebabs, and galaouti kebabs, which are made from chicken, goat or beef. Vegetarian options include paneer tikka, tandoori aloo, sabz gilawat ke kebabs, tandoori potato kebabs, etc.Kebabs are mostly served as cocktail snacks, but with roti, naan, paratha, chutney and a salad they can be hearty meal in themselves.Tandoori Potato KebabsIngredients 250 gms. small potatoes, almost cooked.½ tsp. tandoori masala.½ tsp. ground cumin seeds.1 tbsp. cashewnut paste.Salt and chili powder to taste.Filling 100 gms. cottage cheese crumbled.1 tbsp. each of boiled corn, peas, carrots.1 tbsp. of finely chopped coriander leaves.½ tsp. ground cumin seeds.½ tsp. garam masala.Salt and chili powder to taste.MethodHeat 1 teaspoon of oil in a pan and add ginger and cumin seeds. When the seeds stop popping, mix in all the filling ingredients and cook for 1 minute remove from fire. Cut the potatoes into two portions breath wise. Scoop out the centers carefully leaving a thick skin all around. Fill both the potato halves with the filling. Now apply a paste of all purpose flour by mixing 1 tablespoon of flour with 2 tablespoons water to a paste. Apply the paste on both the open halves of the potatoes and stick them together to form whole potatoes again. Mix together curds, cashew nuts and spices and salt. Apply on the whole potatoes and grill in the griller basting often with the marinade to a golden color. Serve with tangy mint chutney.Tandoori Vegetable KebabsIngredients3.5 oz cottage cheese or tofu cut into square cubes1 tomato cut into bite sized pieces.¼ cup capsicums cut into big pieces.10 button mushrooms.1 tsp. tandoori masala.1 tsp. dry mango powder.2 tbsp. of corn flour.½ cup yogurt.½ tsp.ginger garlic paste.Salt and chili powder to taste.MethodMix together curds, ginger and garlic, spices and salt. Put in the vegetables and paneer and corn flour and set aside for 1 hour. Skewer paneer alternating with vegetables and grill over a barbecue flame by putting little oil on top regularly till done. Sprinkle chat masala and lime juice on top and serve with onion rings and chutney of your choice.Stuffed Kebab ChaatIngredients1/2 lb potatoes, boiled peeled and mashed. 3 slices bread soaked in water and squeezed dry. 3 tbsp. corn flour. Salt to taste. Filling 1/2 cup boiled and coarsely chopped green peas. 2 green chilies minced. 1 tbsp. chopped coriander leaves. 1/2 tsp. cumin seeds. 1/2 tsp. garam masala 1/2 tsp. ground cumin seeds. 1/4 tsp. grated ginger. Salt and chili powder to taste. 2 cups creamy yogurt Green chutney 1 cup each grated reddish, onion, tomatoes and chopped coriander leaves.MethodMix the potatoes with corn flour, bread and salt and knead to a smooth mixture. Form into round kebabs and set aside. Heat 1 tablespoon oil and add cumin seeds and ginger. When the seeds stop popping, add all the filling ingredients, mix well put a teaspoon of filling in each kebab and cover nicely so that the filling does not come out. Fry to a golden color. To serve, put each kebab in a plate, cover with yogurt. Pour green chutney on top and decorate with grated reddish, onion and chopped coriander leaves.Vegetable Shish KebabIngredients 3.5 oz tofu crumbled. 2 tbsp. gram flour. 2 green chilies minced. 1 tsp chat masala. 2 tbsp. chopped coriander leaves. 1/2 cup boiled and mashed green peas. 1 large potato and carrot boiled and mashed. 1 tsp. mango powder. 1 tsp. ground cumin seeds. 1 large tomato and capsicum minced. Salt and chili powder to taste.Method Mix all the above ingredients with the exception of tomato and capsicum. Form the mixture into cigarette shaped kebabs on well oiled skewers, roll kebab into tomato and capsicum mixture and grill over barbecue flame basting often with oil to a golden color serve with mint chutney.Chicken Shish KebabIngredients1.2 lb minced chicken meat. 1 medium onion, minced. 1 tsp. each of ginger and garlic paste. 1 tbsp. ground papaya. 2 green chillies, minced. 2 tbsp. chopped coriander leaves minced. 2 tbsp. dhania-jeera powder. A few drops of orange red color. 2 tsp. gram flour. Salt to taste. Method Mix together all the above ingredients and set aside for an hour. Grease skewers and take small portions of the mixture and wrap around the skewer in a cigar shape 1 inch apart, grill over the barbecue flame till golden color basting often with oil.Fish Shish KebabIngredients 1.2 lb fish steaks. 1 cup beaten yogurt. 50 gms. cream. A few drops orange red food coloring. 1/4 tsp. saffron dissolved in 1 tbsp.hot milk. 2 medium onions. 2 tbsp. chopped ginger. 6 red chilies 1 tbsp. garam masala. Salt and chili powder to taste.MethodCut the fish pieces into neat cubes. Grind together onions and ginger and extract juice. Mix all the ingredients along with 4 tablespoons of butter, set aside for a few hours in the fridge. Thread the pieces on skewers and grill on a barbecue fire basting frequently with the marinade till the pieces turn a rich golden in color. Serve with green chutney.Boti KebabsIngredients1.2 lb boneless mutton, preferably leg. 1/2 cup sour yogurt. 2 tbsp. garam masala. 2 tbsp. chopped ginger. 6 cloves of garlic. A few drops of orange and red food coloring. 4 tbsps. oil 2 green chilies. Salt and chili powder to taste. 2 tbsp. each of powdered almonds and cashewnuts. A few strands of saffron dissolved in 1 tbsp. milk. Method Cut the mutton into cubes. Grind ginger garlic and chilies to a paste. Mix in the rest of the above ingredients and set aside for 2 to 3 hours. Thread on skewers and grill on barbecue fire basting frequently with the marinade till golden in color serve hot with green chutney.ChutneysMint ChutneyIngredients1 cup mint leaves 1/4 cup coriander leaves. 1/2 tsp. ginger and garlic paste 1/4 cup grated mango or lime juice. 2 green chilies minced. 1 tsp. sugar (optional) salt to suit the taste Method Grind together all the above ingredients to a paste.Green ChutneyIngredients1/2 cup each of mint and coriander leaves. 1 tbsp. grated coconut. 1/2 tsp. ginger and garlic paste. 2 green chilies minced. 1 small onion chopped . A few curry leaves. 2 tbsp. tamarind. Salt to taste.Method Grind together all the above ingredients to a paste.Spinach ChutneyIngredients1/2 cup chopped spinachl. 1/4 cup chopped coriander leaves. 12 mint and curry leaves. 2 green chilies. 1/2 tsp. each of ginger and garlic paste. 2 tbsp. tamarind juice. 1 large tomato chopped. 1 small onion chopped. Salt to taste. Method Grind together all the above ingredients to a paste.Sweet ChutneyIngredients 1/2 cup thick tamarind juice. 4 tbsp. jaggery. 12 dates pitted and sliced. 3 tbsp. chopped raisins. 1 tsp. each of ground cumin seeds. Black salt and salt to taste.MethodGrind together all the above ingredients to a paste.SaladsKachumberIngredients 2 large onions thinly sliced. 2 medium tomatoes cut into strips. 6 green chilies, slit. 2 tbsp. chopped coriander leaves. 1 lime, cut into slices. Salt to taste. Method Mix together all the above ingredients and decorate with lime slices. Kachumber is an accompaniment and goes well with all types of kebabs.Creamy Dreamy Vegetable SaladIngredients1 cup grated cabbage. 1 cup cream. 1/2 cup capsicum, cut into strips. 1/4 cut tomato strips . 2 green chilies minced. 2 tbsp. chopped coriander leaves. Salt and chili powder to taste.MethodMix all the above ingredients and serve with kebabs.Mayonnaise Vegetable SaladIngredients 1 cup grated carrots and cabbage. 1/2 cup tomato and carrot strips. 1 cup mayonnaise. 1/2 cup cream. Salt and pepper to taste.MethodMix all the above ingredients and serve with kebabs.Tandoori MasalaIngredients 2 oz each of cumin seeds, black salt,pepper corns and salt. 1 tsp. asafetida. 30 green cardamoms. 15 cloves. 1/4 tsp. citric acid crystals. 4.5 oz mango powder. 1 tbsp. salt. 1 tsp. dry ginger powder. 1 oz dry mint leaves. 1/4 tsp. dry orange red color.MethodRoast spices for a few minutes. Grind to fine powder in a grinder. Related Items
zoom GTT membrane technology has been selected by STX France to fit out PEGASIS (Power Efficient GAS Innovative Ship), the new environmental ferry propelled with LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas), ordered by Brittany Ferries.This innovative vessel will use GTT Mark III insulation system and will be built in Saint-Nazaire, in France. It should be delivered by the end of 2016.In addition, GTT has also been selected to design the tanks of three other Brittany Ferries ships to be converted to LNG propulsion.This order has arrived within the context of new European regulations, relating to sulphur oxide emissions, which strongly incites ship-owners to consider using less polluting fuels. With this prospect, propulsion with LNG represents one of the most competitive methods in order to respect the objectives of reducing emissions imposed by these new regulations.Moreover, the membrane technology developed by GTT for LNG propulsion offers the ship-owners many advantages of optimization of space and cost. Philippe Berterottière, Chairman and CEO of GTT declared: “This order marks the entrance of GTT into the new field of LNG bunkering, and demonstrates once again our clear expertise in the LNG industry. GTT is perfectly positioned to accompany its ship-owner customers during the industry-wide evolution towards more environmental ships.” My location Print Close 此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站？确定 GTT, January 23, 2014