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Jiddat Web Desk ::All online shopping stores operating in Pakistan have removed iPhones and Google Pixels from their catalog after the recent Customs Duty imposed by the PTI-led government.  Almost all popular online shopping stores including, Daraz, iShopping, and Telemart have stopped taking orders of Apple iPhone and Pixel mobile devices. When we tried to search iPhone on these sites, the results came up with mobile pouches and accessories for iPhone, with no information about the iPhone devices or even price in the country.

The direct link of the iPhone devices on some websites are showing that the product is currently out of stock, however, the listings of the iPhone devices have been removed from the search results and other pages of the online stores.

Apparently, it looks that the online stores took this decision after the government’s recent revision in the import policy of the smartphones. Some of the report circulating on media shows that the people bringing smartphone from abroad worth of 24,000 Pakistani rupees and had to pay additional 10,000 Pakistan rupees on the name of Duties and other Regulatory taxes.

IPhones may not be available in Pakistan

Jiddat Web Desk ::Butter Chicken Kofta Recipe in winter.A Step by Step new new Butter Chicken Kofta Recipe.

 

Kofta Ingredients:

Chicken Mince 1/2 Kg
Green Chilli 4 (Chopped)
Ginger Garlic Paste 1 tsp
Cumin Powder 1 tsp
Salt 1/2 tsp
Garam Masala Powder 1/2 tsp
Nutmeg Powder 1/4 tsp
Mace Powder 1/4 tsp
Red Chilli Powder 1 tsp
Coriander Powder 1 tbsp
Green Cardamom Powder 1/4 tsp
Onion 1/2 (Chopped)

Gravy Ingredients:

Onion 2 (Chopped)
Tomato 4 (Paste) or 1 Cup Puree
Yogurt 1/2 Cup
Green Cardamom 4
Cloves 4
Cinnamon 2
Cumin 1 tsp
Green Coriander 1 tbsp
Green Chilli 2 (Chopped)
Fresh Cream 4 tbsp
Butter 4 tbsp
Oil 4 tbsp
Kasoori Methi 1 tbsp
Red Chilli Powder 1 tsp
Turmeric Powder 1/2 tsp
Salt 1/2 tsp
Garam Masala Powder 1/2 tsp
Ginger Garlic Paste 1 tbsp

Direction:

Step 1: Take a chopper and add Chicken Mince, Green Chilli, Ginger Garlic Paste, Cumin Powder, Salt, Garam Masala Powder, Nutmeg Powder, Mace Powder, Red Chilli Powder, Coriander Powder, Green Cardamom Powder, Onion and chopped it well. Now your kofta batter is ready. Spread oil on hands and make small balls in kofta shape.

Step 2: Now take a pot and add butter, oil and heat it and then add Green Cardamom, Cloves, Cinnamon, Cumin and slightly fry it and then add onion and slightly fry it and then add Ginger Garlic Paste and stir it and slightly fry it and then add Green Chilli and slightly fry it and add Salt, Turmeric Powder, Red Chilli Powder and stir it and cook it for 1 minutes on medium flame and then add Tomato puree/paste and stir it and then add 1 and 1/2 cup water and stir it and cover with lid and cook for 5 minutes on medium flame.

Step 3: After that remove the lid and add all koftas from step 1 and then cook it for 3 minutes on high flame from all sides with stir. After that use low flame and add Yogurt and stir it and cover with lid and cook it for 10 minutes on medium to low flame.

Step 4: After that remove lid and stir it and add Kasoori Methi, Garam Masala Powder and stir it and turn off the flame and add Fresh Cream and stir it well and then add Green Coriander. Your Butter Chicken Kofta is Ready.

Try Butter Chicken Kofta Recipe in winter

Jiddat Web Desk ::Two high-level postings and transfers have been made in Pakistan Army, a statement issued here by Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the media wing of Pakistan Army said on Monday.
Lt. General Majid Ehsan has been appointed as Corps Commander Lahore, while Lt. General Amir Riaz has been appointed as President National Defence University.

High-level postings, transfers in PakArmy

Jiddat Web Desk  ::Pakistan Navy celebrates 9th December as HANGOR Day which is reminiscent of unmatched courage and unwavering commitment of Pakistan Navy’s Submarine HANGOR during 1971 war. In order to commemorate 47th HANGOR DAY i.e sinking of Indian Navy Ship KHUKRI by Pakistan Navy Submarine HANGOR in 1971 war, a simple yet elegant ceremony was organised by 5thSubmarine Squadron. The spectacular naval action took place 30 miles South East off ‘Diu Head’ on west coast of India. The event is distinguished in naval history being the first successful kill by a submarine after WW-II. In recognition of their courage, the valiant crew of HANGOR was decorated with 04 x Sitara-e-Jurrats, 06 x Tamgha-e-Jurrats and 14 x lmtiaziAsnad. This is the highest number of operational gallantry awards given to a single unit of Pakistan Navy. The ceremony was held in the folds of PNS/M HANGOR at Pakistan Maritime Museum. Vice Admiral (Retd) AbaidUllah Khan graced the occasion as Chief Guest. Commander Pakistan Fleet Rear Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi received the Chief Guest upon arrival. the While addressing the gathering, Chief Guest emphasized that Submarine HANGOR remained a pride for Pakistan Navy in 1971 war and her gallant action was not only a spectacular tactical battle resulting in sinking of Indian Navy’s Frigate but it was a strategic overture of Pakistan Navy which effectively thwarted and marginalized Indian aggression imposed on Pakistan during 1971 war. Worthy Chief Guest also highlighted that the moment KHUKRI went down, it crippled Indian Navy’s morale and its nefarious designs of subsequent attacks at Karachi. The Sinking inflicted the largest number of causalities of the Indian Navy during 1971 war i.e. loss of 18 Indian officers and 176 sailors. Vice Admiral (Retd) AbaidUllah also paid rich tribute to heroic action of PNS/M GHAZI which was deployed off Vishakhapatnam. Fearing PNS/M GHAZI, the Indian Navy moved its carrier force (Indian Navy Ship VIKRANT) further eastward to Andaman Island; much away from the scene of action and thus remaining ineffective throughout the war. Subsequent to the address, the guests were invited to visit ex-PNS/M HANGOR (displayed at Pakistan Maritime Museum, Karachi) to revive their golden memories. The ceremony was attended by Submarine HANGOR’s veterans and a large number of senior serving and retired naval officers.

Pakistan Navy celebrates 9th December as HANGOR Day