CHETNA

AcronymDefinition
CHETNACentre for Health Education, Training and Nutrition Awareness (India)
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The coming five years have to be years of Jan Bhagidari and Jan Chetna."
"I am no expert," says Chetna, 40, over glasses of chai and bowls of crackly, spiced okra fries.
And there's no need to huff at the idea of stocking up on brand new, obscure spices - you're highly likely to have Chetna's staples tucked away somewhere in the cupboard, no matter their age.
Packed with fresh, fast street food, it's crowded with dishes best eaten with your hands, straight from the fryer and in twisted paper cones; dishes that Chetna couldn't get enough of while munching her way around India for research.
"The step stool painting session had 25 women and one man," says Chetna. Speedex also plans to introduce a kids-only sessions before schools begin in September.
Known for her unique recipes, Chetna Makan successfully introduces colourful spices, aromatic herbs and other Indian ingredients into traditional Western baked favourites.
The youngsters like to help out too - "They chop stuff and make little cakes" - and the family, who live in Kent (her husband Gaurav is a GP), are used to Chetna's recipes which introduce colourful spices, aromatic herbs and other Indian ingredients into traditional Western bakes.
Performances of Haryana Jan Chetna Party and Haryana Lokhit Party have also been dismal; even the founders of both these parties have lost the elections.
Fingers and plaited loaves crossed it's flavoursome Chetna, flamboyant Luis and precision king Richard.
The award was presented by Peter Robinson, the marketing manager of Gyproc, to Chetna Pandita, Head of Marketing and Communications at The Change.
We don't have words to express our gratitude," said Jimesh's mother, Chetna Narendra Soni, while receiving the cheque from the club.