Kadai

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Noun1.Kadai - a family of Sino-Tibetan languages spoken in southeastern Asia
Sino-Tibetan, Sino-Tibetan language - the family of tonal languages spoken in eastern Asia
Kam-Sui - a group of Kadai languages
Tai - the most widespread and best known of the Kadai family of languages
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It is okay to have that tasty chicken or mutton karahi full of ghee or oil once in a week, but it is not necessary to have such kind of food daily.
The deadly disease, which broke out in the village a month ago, has killed about 200 cattle, including four prized Karahi bulls used for Karah or Jalsa (a cultural sport in which bulls of Dhanni breed compete), dozens of crossbred cows, heifers, calves and goats.
Intezar Ahmed was killed when Anti Car Lifting Cell (ACLC) of Karahi police opened fire on his vehicle atKhayaban-e-Ittihad, DHA, Karachi on the night of January 13.
Tenders are invited for Construction Of Karahi Karma Pitch To Kaharpurwa Link Road
From the menu one can expect very basic Punjab selections such as chicken and mutton karahi or kurma.
The wala is a treat for garlic lovers - although probably advisable to make sure your partner has some too - while the mixed karahi was a big dish.
The outlets inspected were include: (1) Hot Chilli Restaurant; (2) Balla Tikka Restaurant; (3) Red Chilli Restaurant; (4) Butt Karahi Restaurant; (5) Desi Dhera Restaurant; (6) Pakistan Restaurant; (07) Hot and Spicy Restaurant; (08) Bao Jee Restaurant; (09) Habibi Restaurant PWD; (10) Shikarpuri Sweets; (11) Chayay Khana Bahria Town; and (12) Danny Bizz Cafe Bahria Town Phase 6 Sealed.
This spot is a famous for its Biryani, so naturally we recommend the chicken biryani, the veggie karahi and of course the naan bread.
Heat two-and-a-half tablespoons of the oil in a large non-stick karahi, wok or saucepan.
Another typical North Indian dish is Chicken Karahi noted for its spicy taste.