Rafa Benitez makes bold West Ham claim amid talk of replacing Manuel Pellegrini as manager

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Rafa Benitez believes West Ham should be in the top 10 on the Premier League table with the squad they have.

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Despite taking a first-half lead by Angelo Ogbonna against Arsenal on Monday night, a second-half collapse saw the Gunners claim a 3-1 win at London Stadium.

Expected for a 1-0 win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last weekend, the last two months have been a bit difficult from the Hammers, with pressure now resuming boss Manuel Pellegrini as a result.

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But despite the Hammers' poor form, the former Liverpool boss has thrown Pellegrini's back and believes things will return to the club.

"There are two or three teams that are usually in the top 10," Benitez told Monday Night Football.

"West Ham, because they did last year, they usually have to be in the top 10. How close are the top six, you never know, but they have to be in this group.

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"I think Pellegrini is a great manager. I think he can fix problems. I think he has the experience to do it.

"You don't have to change the manager because he's not good, it's sometimes you're really scared because they can go down.

"In this case, I think he has experience and he can do it.

"The important thing is that they have created the team for him, so for the last two years he has signed the type of players he wants, so he has the best chance to get the best from this team."

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ASAP Rocky says he still wants to draw attention to immigrants and the less fortunate in outlying areas after he has been denied access to donate and act for the prisoners in Sweden

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We all know that ASAP Rocky had a life-changing experience after serving some time behind bars in Sweden earlier this year. This month he is about to return to the country for the first time since he was released from prison.

He has been very outspoken about helping the prisoners in Sweden after his experience in the summer. As we reported earlier, he planned to design new uniforms for the prisoners.

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It was announced last week that he would not be able to act for the prisoners when he returns to Sweden. On Monday he went to social media to express how he still wants to draw attention to those locked up in rural areas.

He said: "Even if I am denied access to donations or actions for prisoners in Sweden, I still want to draw attention to the immigrants and poor people in the surrounding areas. This was a difficult journey, but I think it is my task to give back to people who supported me when I was down. "

EVEN IF I SURROUND THE ACCESS TO DONATE OR PERFORMANCE FOR THE PRISONERS IN SWEDEN I ALWAYS WANT TO AWARENESS THE IMMIGRANTS AND THE BAD PPL FROM OUTSIDE AREAS, THIS IS A DIFFICULT JOURNEY, BUT I FEEL IT TO GET BACK TO MY BRANCH. ME WHEN I WAS

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As many of you already know, he was involved in a fight in Sweden in July and he was accused of mistreatment, leaving him locked up for a long time. It ended with the fact that he was found guilty of mistreatment, but he was not ordered to serve extra prison.

He first announced his return to Sweden last month.

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Band Baaja Baaraat: Ranveer Singh looks at the Memory Lane

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Ranveer Singh started his career nine years ago with the famous Yash Raj production film Band Baja Barat with Anushka Sharma. Since the film has completed its nine years of release, Ranveer Singh & # 39; s career in Bollywood has done the same. Band Baja Barat was a successful film that was highly appreciated for the novelty of the subject and the chemistry between the new actors Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma. Although Anushka Sharma had already made her debut in Bollywood, Band Baja Barat gave her more recognition because she proved that she was also an artist.

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Ranveer Singh took Instagram to go along the memory lane and remember the time his name first appeared on the screen. Ranveer Singh placed the shot that showed his back by walking through the darkness to the light with & # 39; Introducing Ranveer Singh & # 39; flashing on the screen. He wrote: "It was all a dream. 9 years to the day #ifyouknowyouknow ".

The emotional but joyful moment of Ranveer Singh was appreciated by everyone because his timeline was full of rave comments from his love sons and fans.

Cricketer Hardik Pandya said, "Dreams always come true."

Shanoo Sharma, the Casting director of Yash Raj Films was all heart when she remembered nine years later.

Designer Rohan Shrestha had a somewhat philosophical view of it, & # 39; damn it, I love the life that I live & # 39; because I went from negative to positive. & # 39;

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It was only a day since Ranveer Singh won the Star Screen Awards for Best Actor and Entertainers of the year 2019.

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Although Ranveer Singh has been in the industry for nine years, the actor has succeeded in achieving what many people dream of in their lives. Ranveer Singh has not only played a wide range of characters, ranging from a fierce warrior Alauddin Khilji in Padmaavat to a Mumbai rapper in Gully Boy, but he has also managed to entertain his fans except movies. Ranveer Singh has always maintained a close relationship with his fans and is known for his humility and kindness whenever the actor appears in public. He is currently taking photographs for another Yash Raj banner film Jayeshbhai Jordaar.

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"Box Office ensures that you continue to do the kind of things you want to do"

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Article 15 by Anubhav Sinha starring Ayushmann Khurrana definitely has the title of this year's critically acclaimed film and the testimony to that is the all-important critics who won Article 15 in the recent award ceremony.

Director Anubhav Sinha is enthusiastic about such a great honor that the film has received and shares his feelings. He thinks that winning a prize for every film makes that film timeless.

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Anubhav Sinha on article 15 of Ayushmann Khurrana: "Kassa ensures that you continue to do what you want to do"

Speaking of the same Anubhav Sinha shares: “Awards are a great reassurance in your conviction. The Box office ensures that you continue to do the kind of things that you want to do. The Awards virtually promise that the films awarded have great potential to stand the test of time. These films last much longer. But I also believe that all nominated films are winners. It was great to be in such a & # 39; n August company ”.

While other films won the popular category, Article 15 had seen a big hold on all the major critics, as they won a total of 5 prizes out of 10 as many as nominations.

The Anubhav Sinha director article 15 was a strong reminder of the deep-rooted caste hierarchy of our country that still exists and the related standards in addition to the aftermath of disobeying the established rules.

The film is the most realistic investigation drama that is inspired by real-life incidents. From Dalit rapes to other atrocities, Article 15 gets a grip on the social nerve of society, which proposes an alarming situation that the country has to deal with.

Anubhav Sinha provided Article 15, which is touted as such a film that was so different, so hard and relatively dark, and yet it saw a big step in the theaters, since the film had completed 50 days in theaters.

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The ferries are stopped, the alarms are triggered while Sydney is suffocated by the smoke of the bush fires

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The fierce bushfire smoke from Australia settled on Sydney in calm conditions Tuesday, setting off fire alarms and interrupting ferry services as famous landmarks disappeared behind some of the worst mists observed in the port city.

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A 60-kilometer (37.2-mile) fire front is devastating and dry northwest of Sydney, Australia's largest city, and sends dangerous fumes to the east and the above. Pacific, even causing a haze to over 2000 km (1243 miles) in New Zealand, the satellite images show.

"This smoky period we have been living for about a month is unprecedented, so these conditions are a health risk to people," said Richard Broome, director of environmental health for the New South Wales government.

Ashes of bush fires in the water on Balmoral Beach in Sydney.

Broome said that although many people would suffer eye, nose and throat irritation, those with pre-existing health conditions and young children and the elderly were particularly at risk.

The Sydney air quality index data Tuesday in parts of the city were 11 times the threshold considered dangerous, according to government data.

The forest fires covered Sydney – home to more than 5 million people and better known for its clear sky and blue harbor – of smoke and ash for more than two weeks.

This mist transformed the sky into daytime orange, obscured visibility and encouraged many commuters to wear breathing masks.

Early arrival of a fierce fire

Bushfires are common in Australia's hot, dry summers, but the ferocity and early arrival of fires last month in the southern hemisphere's spring are unprecedented. Experts said climate change has left the bush dry.

Although there is no official evacuation order, many residents of the endangered areas have decided to leave their homes, told Reuters Hawkesbury Mayor Barry Calvert.

"It's strange, a lot of people have decided to leave, and I'm going to do the same," said Calvert, who lives northwest of Sydney.

"I experienced this about 20 years ago when I stood in front of my house watching flames 50 feet high, then decided that I would leave early if it happened again."

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In all, there are more than 100 fires in the eastern states of New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland, many of which have been burning since November.

The fires killed at least four people, destroyed more than 680 homes and burned more than 2.5 million acres (1 million hectares) of bush.

Many outdoor events were canceled Tuesday in smoke-free areas, including a preparation for the Sydney Yacht Race in Hobart, which was to take place on the harbor.

Sydney ferries, which started the day using foghorns while they were cautiously moving through thick smoke, were stopped at lunchtime as visibility diminished. even more.

Dense smoke has even infiltrated buildings Tuesday, triggering alarms in offices and homes, as well as in railway stations and university campuses, authorities said.

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Boeing 737 Max struggles with production problems, says whistleblower

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Four months before the first fatal crash of Boeing's 737 Max, a senior executive approached a company executive with concerns that the aircraft was riddled with production problems and potentially dangerous. This manager, Ed Pierson, plans to tell his story in Congress on Wednesday.

Employees at the Renton, Wash., Plant where the Max is produced, were overworked, exhausted and making mistakes, Pierson said in an interview. A cascade of damaged parts, missing tools and incomplete instructions prevented the construction of aircraft in time. The executives were putting pressure on the workers to finish the planes despite staff shortages and a chaotic factory floor.

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"Frankly right now, all my internal warning tones are going off," said Pierson in an e-mail to the 737 Program Manager in June 2018, which was reviewed by The New York Times. "And for the first time in my life, I'm sorry to say that I'm reluctant to put my family on a Boeing plane."

Pierson, who is due to testify at a House Transportation Committee hearing on the two 737 Max crashes, asked Boeing to close Max's production line last year. But the company has continued to produce aircraft and has not made any major changes in response to its complaints. During the time when Pierson said the Renton facility was in disarray, he built the two planes that crashed and killed a total of 346 people.

Pierson did not raise concerns about the new automated system, known as MCAS, which caused the pilots of the two convicted flights to lose control. He focused on the potential risks to safety resulting from production problems.

Pierson retired in August 2018, in part because he was not comfortable with the conditions in the 737 factory. After Max's first crash in October 2018, he shared his concerns with Boeing Chief Executive Dennis A. Muilenburg and the company's board of directors. Boeing's lawyers, including his attorney general, spoke to Pierson about his complaints, according to Pierson and documents reviewed by The Times. But Pierson said the company had done nothing in response. Max has been immobilized since March, shortly after the second fatal accident.

Now, Pierson becomes public for the first time. In an interview, he expressed concern that many aircraft produced in 2018 were unsure and that Boeing was more focused on timeliness than on safety. On Wednesday, he will join witnesses, including Stephen Dickson, the administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, before the House committee, which is conducting a thorough investigation of Boeing.

His account of the distress gives new weight to reports that Boeing has thrown the 737 Max on the market and echoes claims of poor production of the 787 Dreamliner at the Boeing plant in North Charleston, SC. South.

Pierson believes that production problems may have played a role in accidents. In both accidents, the MCAS was triggered when a dawn installed on the aircraft fuselage malfunctioned.

"It makes no sense for new planes to encounter such problems early in their lives," he said.

Boeing challenged the notion of any link between production problems and accidents.

"Mr Pierson's suggestion of a link between his concerns and Max's recent accidents is absolutely unfounded," said a Boeing spokesman, Gordon Johndroe, in a statement. "None of the authorities investigating these accidents has found that the conditions of production in the factory 737 have contributed in any way to these accidents."

In the interview, Pierson also identified 13 cases, in addition to accidents, in which newly produced Max jets had safety incidents, including engine shutdowns and hydraulic problems.

"Boeing is deeply committed to encouraging its employees to raise issues – particularly those that could involve safety or quality – and offers several internal ways for employees to do that," said Johndroe. "Mr. Pierson did the right thing by raising his concerns."

Pierson described a chaotic factory that was striving to produce the 737 Max despite mounting problems. In early 2018, he said, Boeing had a significant delay in producing 737 aircraft. Delays have become 10 times more frequent, he said, and less than 10% of aircraft were produced on time.

Despite this, in June 2018, Boeing continued its plan to increase its production rate to 52 aircraft per month, up from 47 per month.

Pierson and his lawyers refused to answer if he asked for whistleblower protection or filed a complaint with federal whistleblowers. He hired a prominent plaintiff attorney, Eric Havian, and could earn money when he was pursuing such a case.

Meanwhile, Pierson said, a shortage of workers, including mechanics, electricians and technicians, has doubled the overtime rate at the factory. Workers were finishing the work in a mess, which resulted in additional errors. And Boeing executives exacerbated the problems, he added, reprimanding employees for the delays and urging them to work faster.

"What I saw first hand, the chaos and instability in the factory, is really troubling for me as a person who has been in the plane all their life" , did he declare.

Pierson first expressed his concerns to the 737 program leader, Scott Campbell, in June 2018. Campbell told Pierson that the company was focusing on safety, but did not acknowledge his suggestion to close the company. production line, a drastic decision that would have resulted in significant delays and significant costs for the company.

When Pierson met Campbell in July 2018, he said, he again urged Boeing to close the Max line. Pierson had spent decades in the Navy before joining Boeing and said he told Campbell that he had seen the military stop exercises on less serious concerns. In response, he says, Campbell said, "The military is not a for-profit organization."

Pierson retired from Boeing the following month, after 10 years in the business.

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China orders all foreign computers to be removed from state offices

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China has asked government offices and public institutions to dispose of all foreign computers and software over the next three years.

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This decision follows a similar ban in the United States, where the Trump administration has prevented US companies from dealing with Chinese tech giant Huawei.

This initiative, reported for the first time by the Financial Times, will further strengthen the technology divisions between the two largest economies in the world.

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US officials have already raised security concerns to justify the limits of business with Huawei, although claims that secret backdoors embedded Huawei products to allow China to spy on users have never been proven.

The latest ruling of the ruling Chinese Communist Party came earlier this year, according to sources working for cybersecurity companies, potentially in retaliation for Huawei's ban.

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China destroys burial sites where generations of Uyghur families have been buried, leaving human bones and broken graves in what militants call an effort to eradicate the identity of the ethnic group

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China destroys burial sites where generations of Uyghur families have been buried, leaving human bones and broken graves in what militants call an effort to eradicate the identity of the ethnic group

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2/6 A cemetery in Xayar (before and after)

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4/6 A cemetery in Xayar (before and after)

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Up to 30 million pieces of computer hardware will have to be replaced in China by 2022 as part of the directive, which encompasses any machine built with Intel and Qualcomm chips.

Chinese dependence on foreign software is also important, with many platforms and applications developed to run on Windows and Android operating systems – built by US technology companies Microsoft and Google.

Computer users in China are not already able to access many US-made platforms inside the country because of the so-called large Chinese firewall.

This means that it's impossible to use websites and apps like Facebook, Google search and popular email services like WhatsApp.

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Earlier this month, Huawei said it would sue the US Federal Communications Commission for what it claims to be an "unconstitutional" action against the world's second-largest smartphone maker.

At a press conference last week, Huawei's chief counsel, Glen Nager, said, "The order does not give Huawei the guarantees of due process before the stigmatize as a threat to national security, as an opportunity to confront supposed evidence and witnesses, and a fair trial. neutral audience process. "

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Spoilers of EastEnders: a point annoyed by the betrayal of Christmas

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Dot Branning (June Brown) should get an unpleasant surprise this Christmas as she discovers that someone has tried to dump her bank account – and, before long, Martin Fowler (James Bye) finds himself in the middle. at EastEnders. Could he really have leaned so low to try to steal thousands of beloved pensioners? Dotty Cotton (Milly Zero) slams an accusation in his own way – but will he defend himself?

It's a less than happy festive season for Martin while he locks himself into another crime wave with Tubbs while simultaneously repelling Sonia (Natalie Cassidy) and Bex (Jasmine Armfield). While he pushes Sonia to work with Tubbs, everything goes well until an unexpected disaster occurs, plunging them into a disaster that could have serious consequences.

Martin is haunted by their actions and Tubbs advises him to be quiet before ordering him to get rid of the van, which is now incriminating evidence. Sonia and Bex can not reach Martin, who is asking for help from Ben Mitchell (Max Bowden) – but Ben has no interest in getting his hands dirty, so Martin feels that he's n & # 39; There is no choice but to turn to Sonia.

Sonia is horrified when he tells her what he's done and what he needs to do now, but will she help him? Or will she turn her back on him for good? On Christmas Day, Martin prepares to flee Walford for good because things get too much, but Sonia scolds him for trying to abandon Bex again. And then Martin is forced to a family situation when Dot invites everyone to have a drink.

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It's here that Dot receives a call from his bank to tell him that someone has tried to pull thousands out of his account and that she's shaken. Knowing that he had financial problems, Dotty takes pleasure in blaming Martin – but is she right?

And if so, is it a step too far for Martin?

To watch for: Christmas Day on BBC One.

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West Ham news: Player ratings, Benitez hint, fan fury, what Pellegrini has said about his future

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West Ham United remain the only clear point of the Premier League relegation zone.

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Expected following a surprise 1-0 win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last weekend, things quickly went away and things got worse for Arsenal at London Stadium on Monday night.

Leading 1-0 at half-time thanks to Angelo Ogbonna's goal, the hosts failed to find the lead and failed three times in 10 seconds and a half minutes to make it a back-to-back defeat in the league.

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The game was actually the fixture of the Hammers before Christmas as following Saturday's clash with Southampton they didn't return to action until Boxing Day.

That's because their scheduled fixture against Liverpool has been postponed due to the Reds taking part in the Club World Championship which means that West Ham football will not be as good as the next two nights.

With that said, here's all the news from around London Stadium over the past 24 hours.

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It was very much a game of two halves against the Gunners. In fact, within 60 minutes the Hammers were up and the Gunners were limited in some instances.

Not many of the players covered themselves in glory, with Ogbonna scoring the highest mark.

But what about the rest of the team fare?

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Pellegrini's reaction

Pellegrini faced the media following the Arsenal game and the key points from his press conference were to fall from his side after the 60th minute.

Moreover, question marks about his future are also in the minds of journalists.

"I'm not worried about relegation, I'm more concerned about the last five home games where we have a draw, given three goals per game.

Manuel Pellegrini's actions during West Ham's defeat by Arsenal (Photo: Arfa Griffiths / West Ham United FC via Getty Images)

"If Arsenal created six or seven goals and three points then maybe, fair enough, but they didn't create much and then in nine minutes the game was decided.

"We need to be more pure and try to end up with more quality when we have opportunities like ours tonight."

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Rafa Benitez has ruled out a return to the Premier League … for now.

West Ham have been linked with the former Liverpool, Chelsea and Real Madrid boss in recent weeks as Manuel Pellegrini is under increasing pressure following a 3-1 defeat against Gunnes.

The Spanish, who is currently in charge of China, said he has no immediate plans for returning to England but has admitted that one day he wants to manage the Premier League again.

"In the future, I want to come back to the Premier League because I like the league but at the moment, I can be very clear, there is no chance that I will come back now because I am happy, really satisfied, they trust me and we have a lot of staff working in one big, big project, ”the Spaniard said Monday Night Football.

"People will say the league is different and yes, this is another level, but Wanda, who is behind Dalian Yifang, is a huge company and they want to change everything."

Angry fan

Some West Ham fans have asked Benitez to take a u-turn on those comments.

This is because many have lost faith in Pellegrini.

It would appear that the defeat against Arsenal is the final straw for a large section of the fanbase with a request to David Sullivan hand Benitez a contract.

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Here's how fans reacted to the defeat.

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Why is the Emoticon of Biryani important for everyone?

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Biryani is considered one of the greatest gifts from India to the world. It is one of the most ordered meals in the food apps and now has a universal appeal. On November 26, 2019, 800 university students in Delhi took over the roads and demanded a separate emoticon for Biryani in WhatsApp. Although there are separate emoticons for Burgers, Pizza, Tacos, Sushi, there is no representation of Indian cuisine in emoticons. This campaign was started by MTV India to add more Indian emoticons to WhatsApp.

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The popularity of Biryani can be guessed from the fact that there are 43 orders per minute and 2000 orders per day for Biryani. The supply industry is worth 25 billion rupees (£ 266.4 million), according to PricewaterhouseCoopers and the Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce.

The petition has been signed by 42,000 people at change.org who demand the respect Biryani deserves on the global platforms.

Twitter has also been active with the hashtag #biryaniemoticon.

However, the proposed pictogram did not fit well with the Netizens.

According to Jennifer 8 Lee, part of the Unicode consortium through Emoji Nation, a lobby group that wants to improve global representation on emoji keyboards, emoji represents a global language. That is why it is important to have it accurate.

A lesser-known fact is that although Biryani is usually associated with the Indian subcontinent, it actually comes from Persia. The original name "birinj biryan" literally means fried rice; birinj means rice and birian means fried for cooking. Nowadays there are a number of different types of biryani. However, the stories about the current form are also varied and diverse. According to the most common and popular thought, Biryani was brought to India by the Mughal ruler Taimur who had come from Central Asia to rule India. The blend of traditional Persian fried rice with the land of Indus famous for its spices, the world witnessed the Biryani in the form as we know it today. Biryani is nowadays prepared by stacking cooked rice with precooked meat cooked in onions and tomatoes with variations.

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