S.B. Harishchandra, Dean, Faculty of Business Studies, Sharnbasva University, has entered the India Book of Records

S.B. Harishchandra, Dean, Faculty of Business Studies, Sharnbasva University, has entered the India Book of Records for his innovative Paper Rice.   To mark an Indian wedding, people waste tonnes of rice to shower newly-married couples as part of rituals. To check such wastage of rice, S.B. Harishchandra, Dean, Faculty of Business Studies at Master of Business Administration, Sharnbasva University, has come out with a new initiative even while preserving the sanctity of sentiments associated with marriage. Instead of tossing rice over newly-wed couples at weddings, he urged people to make use of his invention — paper rice. Dr. Harishchandra, who came up with an idea of producing paper rice, explained that paper rice is made up of waste paper, cardboard and flowers. He collected waste paper and flowers that were then turned into smaller pieces to make liquid paste. Even straw, sugarcane, jute fibre can be used for producing paper rice. The liquid or paste is filled between rollers of a rotary die to produce rice seeds. It takes hardly an hour to prepare 10 kg of paper rice, but the seeds take a longer time to dry. He said that about one lakh weddings take place in India every yea...

The first thing that comes to mind when you hear “Pecorino” is likely “Romano” (or Toscano

The first thing that comes to mind when you hear “Pecorino” is likely “Romano” (or Toscano or Sardo, if you know and love your cheeses). But the name of everyone’s favorite piquant-to-the-core cheese is shared with another Italian comestible: a crisp, aromatic white wine. Once you get to know it — and you’ll want to get to know it — Pecorino will find its place in your heart alongside big-name white wines like Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Grigio. It’s the kind of grape that can be approachably youthful or age-worthy and complex. But before we get into how many bottles to buy, a few notes about this new, other Pecorino. A small, delicately pale grape, Pecorino is happy from higher mountain altitudes all the way down to hillside slopes to the coast, and thrives in Italy’s Abruzzo region (although you’ll also find it in Marche, Umbria, Liguria, and Tuscany). The grape itself has an exceptionally high sugar content and tends to reflect the terroir without reserve — it’s both sensitive and expressive, not unlike Pinot Noir, so it’s a grape for a patient, dedicated winemaker. Pecorino’s exact history isn’t known, but it’s most certainly a native Italian grape, a centuries-old winemaking ...

The best white wines to buy for Christmas 2019, as recommended by The Telegraph experts The Telegraph Search Icon Save Facebook icon Twitter icon Instagram icon LinkedIn icon Facebook icon Twitter icon Instagram icon LinkedIn icon

Among this list (which will continue to be updated as more keenly priced and great-tasting bottles come to our attention) are 20 brilliant dry whites for you to try. The cheapest are around the £6.50 mark, although if you get in quickly before the price goes up (probably on Monday December 2, but M&S isn’t sure exactly when) and the “buy six or more bottles and get 25 per cent off” deal runs out (last day is definitely Monday) then you will be able to bulk-buy M&S’s very attractive Domaine Mandeville Viognier for £5.25 a bottle. There are also luminous chardonnays from both Burgundy and the New World, white Rhône blends (a personal favourite at this time of year) and refreshing sauvignon blancs,… We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future. Heat Not Burn, Herbal Cigarettes, Quit Smoking, E Cigarette – Ccobato,https://www.ccobato.com/