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1.In the era of online shopping, why should that distinct, traditional evening snack of ‘aloo bun’ and ‘nippattu’ stay away from online delivery?
2.Not anymore. You can now order your ‘aloo bun’ online and get it home delivered from the iconic Bengaluru brand — Iyengars’ Bakery.
3.While there are several such bakeries in the city, Iyengars’ Bakery was one of the first to be started in 1981 in Austin Town. The bakery, which has patented the trade name, has now expanded with e-commerce service with Iyengarsbakery.com.
4.Lakshmeesha, an engineer by training and second generation baker, and son of H.R. Sridhar, who started the bakery, is the man ushering in the change. Presently, the firm is delivering its products in 75 localities across the city for a minimum order of Rs. 200. The delivery charge is Rs. 30 for all purchases between Rs. 200 and Rs. 500, and free for orders above Rs. 500.
PROGRAMME BEGINS TO TRAIN FUTURE SOLAR ENERGY TECHNICIANS
1.In order to create more professionals in the field of solar energy, the Delhi government is conducting a three-month course to train those interested for free.
2.As part of the course, participants will be trained in installation, commissioning, and sales and service of renewable energy devices like solar water heaters, solar lights, etc.
3.The solar skill development programme, named “Suryamitra”, has been launched by the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Management Centre of the State’s Power Department and is funded by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy. For Delhi, the Ministry has selected TERI (The Energy Research Institute) to conduct the programme.
4.The course started on Monday and the first batch includes 30 students who will be trained for 600 hours, including 100 hours of soft and entrepreneurship skill.
ASHWIN BAMBOOZLES SRI LANKA TO WRAP UP T20 SERIES
1.R. Ashwin’s best spell ever sent Sri Lanka crashing to its lowest total in the Twenty20 format and set the course for India to win the third and deciding match by nine wickets and wrap up the series 2-1. Sri Lanka’s previous lowest was 87 against Australia at Bridgetown in the 2010 World Twenty20.
2.Sri Lanka’s top order perished in 26 balls as Ashwin completed his first spell with splendid figures of four wickets for five runs in three overs. His final tally was 4-1-8-4 at the ACA-VDCA Stadium here on Sunday night.
3.M.S. Dhoni won the toss and decided that India would bowl first for the first time in the series. He kept faith in the team that played the last two matches while Sri Lanka made three changes but put up a much poor show.
4.Sri Lanka brought back Dilhara Fernando, capped 30-year-Asela Gunaratne and gave another chance to Niroshan Dickwella. But all its efforts to win the crunch match failed miserably.
WINDIES COLTS ON TOP OF THE WORLD
1.Keacy Carty struck an unbeaten 52 as the West Indies defeated three-time champion India by five wickets on Sunday to clinch its first ICC Under-19 World Cup.
2.Carty smashed his first fifty of the tournament to guide the West Indies to victory with three balls to spare, after India was bowled out for just 145 in 45.1 overs.
3.West Indian pacemen Alzarri Joseph and Ryan John grabbed three wickets each to restrict the highly-fancied Indian batsman, after West Indies elected to bowl.
4.Keemo Paul, who had claimed two for 17 during his bowling spell, provided crucial support for Carty with an unbeaten 40 as the pair shared an unbroken sixth-wicket stand of 69. The pair steered the West Indies home after it was struggling on 77 for five at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium.
‘GOLD-FINGER’ CHAIN SINGH STARS AS INDIA CONTINUES TO LORD AT SOUTH ASIAN GAMES
1.Olympics-bound shooter Chain Singh signed off with an astonishing collection of six gold medals as the consistently dominant Indian contingent added to its medal heap and stayed on top in the overall standings of the 12th South Asian Games here on Sunday.
2.For the ninth successive day of competitions, India stood atop the medals table with 275 overall (160 gold, 88 silver and 21 bronze), way ahead of second-placed Sri Lanka 167 (25, 56, 85). Pakistan were at third with 81 medals (9, 27, 45).
3.Shooters were once again the star performers for the country with Chain Singh stealing the thunder from the Olympic bronze-medallist Gagan Narang.
4.Chain picked up his third individual gold of the competition by winning the men’s 50m rifles 3 positions.