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dhal

, dal, dholl
a tropical African and Asian leguminous shrub, Cajanus cajan, cultivated in tropical regions for its nutritious pealike seeds
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Meanwhile, the deputy commissioner imposed section 144, banning use of lipids (known as Dhal) in making of 'kebabs'.
From homely dhal dishes to soft butter naans and spongy, melt in the mouth gulab jamuns, AYU will capture the best of Indian cuisine to take you on a mouth-watering tour of all India has to offer.
SARGODHA -- A man Wednesday was killed and another suffered bullet injuries over enmity in Dhal, Bhera police limits.
The children followed all the instructions and created a delicious vegetable lentil dhal together, which they sampled at the end of each session.
Addressing the protesters, speakers including Raja Ali Asghar, Chaudhry Razaq Dhal, Abdul Qadeer and Chaudhry Afzal Langah said that even women and children were not safe from Indian forces' aggression in occupied Kashmir.
He approached the hospital for further process and met transplant coordinator named Aprajita Dhal there who informed him that the number used in the Whatsapp conversations was not of Dr David.
Season to taste and stir in the juice of half a lime, then allow the dhal to stand, uncovered, for 5-10 minutes to absorb any excess liquid before serving.
Existing three lighthouses - Cox's Bazar, Saint Martin and Kutubdia - will be modernized and new lighthouses and costal radio stations will be set up at Nijhum Dwip, Dhal Char, Dublar Char and Kuakata.
Visitors at THE BEACH enjoy the fireworks display Image Credit: Supplied By Sharmila Dhal, Chief Reporter
Carrot and coconut dhal Spray a saucepan with low calorie cooking spray and add 1 chopped onion, 3 peeled and chopped carrots, 2 crushed garlic cloves, 1/2 tsp chilli flakes, 3cm piece peeled and grated ginger and 4 tbsp water.
The dhal was light to eat and provided a delicate accompaniment to the other mains.