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New Delhi, Nov 1: Indians love cheese and toppings on their pizza and they are more inclined towards better quality than pricing, says Chef and World Champion in Acrobatic Pizza, Renato Viola.

“Pizza is a global favourite. However, experimentation with pizza has been limited in many places. In India, I’ve noticed that people like a lot of cheese and toppings on their pizza and more recently I’ve seen people appreciate the better quality of pizza rather than focus on price, which is a good step,” Viola, a consultant for 1441 Pizzeria, told IANS over email.

The Italian chef, who visited India last month, says not all pizzas are unhealthy.

Pizzas which are thick and made with sugars and preservatives qualify as unhealthy.

“The pizza that I make is very healthy. We focus on the best flour which makes the pizza dough very light. They are also high in protein and have lower carbohydrate content than other pizzas. For the diet conscious, I would suggest just a touch of cheese, as that gives the highest calorie content,” he added.

And if you had only Indian ingredients to make a pizza, what would your recipe be?

“The ingredients in India are amazing. You cannot find ingredients this fresh and pure in the US. It reminds me of Italy. I usually just love the taste of the dough and sauce. The Krish’s pizza at 1441 is a perfect example of an Indianised pizza.

“Made with our special Mama’s sauce, and garnished with shredded Mozzarella and smoked Mozzarella for a perfect combination, Jalapenos, caramelized onions, garlic, sun-dried tomatoes and basil,” he said.

Viola is one of the best master pizza chefs in the world. He is also a member of the Italian Acrobatic Pizza team which has won various awards in pizza making competitions in Italy and all across the world in places like Monte Carlo, Paris, Las Vegas, Miami, London, Rome, Naples, Stuttgart, Dublin, Edinburgh and Milan.

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Rajasthan govt hikes penalty on gathering of more than 100 people at marriages

A total of 603 cases were reported in Jaipur while 414 in Jodhpur, 210 in Ajmer, 271 in Alwar, 131 in Bhilwara, 240 in Kota, 100 in Pali and 184 in Udaipur.

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Jaipur: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Sunday announced to increase the penalty on gathering of more than 100 people at marriages from Rs 10,000 to Rs 25,000.

Chairing a meeting to review the steps taken to contain COVID spread in the state, he said administration and police personnel should take rounds in the market to ensure all due protocols are being followed with due care in reference to night curfew announced on Saturday as well as to ensure that set number of people’s limit is not crossed.

The wedding organisers should also be updated in this context that more than 100 people are not permitted in the wedding function, he added.

District collectors, superintendents of police and other senior officials have been given responsibility to ensure night curfew norms are maintained in eight districts as announced and not more than 100 people are gathered in the crowd. Every person should wear masks and social distancing norms should also be followed, the Chief Minister said.

Notably, the state government announced night curfew in Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Kota, Alwar, Udaipur, Alwar and Ajmer.

Also the penalty for those not wearing masks was increased to Rs 500 from Rs 200 on Saturday.

The Chief Minister on Sunday said that the state government’s major objective is to save lives of people.

On Sunday, a total of 3,260 new COVID cases and 17 deaths were reported.

A total of 603 cases were reported in Jaipur while 414 in Jodhpur, 210 in Ajmer, 271 in Alwar, 131 in Bhilwara, 240 in Kota, 100 in Pali and 184 in Udaipur.

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Justin Bieber curious about Covid scenario in India

While the video is not clear and is not audible properly due to connection issues, Riyaz replied: “Covid is still going on. Like, a crazy thing is going on.”

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Mumbai: Pop star Justin Bieber is curious about the Covid situation in India, and whether people are wearing masks.

Recently, Bieber held a live session on Instagram, and was joined by Indian Tik Tok star Riyaz Aly. Among other things, they discussed India’s situation during the pandemic.

Bieber, who joined in from home in the US, asked Riyaz: “What’s Covid looking like over there?”

While the video is not clear and is not audible properly due to connection issues, Riyaz replied: “Covid is still going on. Like, a crazy thing is going on.”

To this, Bieber admitted: “Yes, it is pretty crazy.”

He asked if people are wearing masks, to which Riyaz said: “yes”.

“Damn!” Bieber exclaimed.

Bieber recently released his song “Monster” with Shawn Mendes.

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Doctor commits suicide over wife’s affair

The police reached the hospital and took the body in its custody for medical examination. Further investigation is on in the case.

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Gurugram: A doctor, who worked in a prominent hospital in Gurugram, has allegedly committed suicide by injecting himself with poison at his flat on Saturday over his wife’s alleged extramarital affair, the police said.

A complaint was filed against the deceased’s wife by his father, Vinod Sodhi, at Sector-50 police station in Gurugram.

The deceased has been identified as Manuj Sodhi (47), a native of Bhiwadi in Rajasthan.

Sodhi was living with his wife Monika and children in Orchid Petals Society at Sector-49 here. The couple had a love marriage around 22 years ago.

Victim’s father in his complaint said that Monika is a teacher in a renowned school in Gurugram.

“Manuj had informed us about Monika having an affair with someone for last three years. Tensed over his wife’s affair, he injected himself with poison,” Vinod said in his complaint.

“The neighbour saw him unconcious and rushed him to the doctor before calling the police. He was declared brought dead by the doctors,” Vinod added.

The police reached the hospital and took the body in its custody for medical examination. Further investigation is on in the case.

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