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Welsh restaurant helps victims of Pakistan floods


A highly successful and enjoyable evening was held at the Bangladeshi- run Misbah Tandoor restaurant in Monmouth, raising over £1800 for vic- tims of the recent floods in Pakistan. Guests included the Mayor of Monmouth, Jeana Hall. The money has already been sent to the UK’s Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) and will be used to help communities in the many affected areas in Pakistan. Restaurant owner Abdus Salam Miah and his family, who have lived in Monmouth for 20 years, have been heavily involved in many community


activities and charities. He has previ- ously raised money for the Bangladesh flood victims, Asian Tsunami Disaster, Haiti Disaster, Bangladesh Cyclone Appeal, Saint Briavels Centre for Children, Cancer Research UK, The British Heart Foundation, Monmouth Visually Impaired Club (Monvic), Hands Around the World, Monmouth Round table, Monmouth Cricket Club, Monmouth Rowing Club, Monmouth Young Rugby Club, Monmouth Mayor’s Funds and local schools to name a few.


Curry favour with your liver


Worried about your liver? Then one answer to better health might be to eat lots of curcumin, a spice found in tur- meric. A laboratory study at Canada’s


Saint Louis University has found that curcumin might prevent or treat liver damage from an increasingly common condition called fatty liver disease.


Brick Lane comes to Dubai


Liverpool chef and restaurant owner Dobir Uddin has opened a curry house in Dubai, called Brick Lane. Located in Al Bansha, near the Mall of the Emirates, the restaurant spe- cialises in ‘British’ curry dishes, such


as chicken tikka, with the menu also including favourite kormas, massa- las and baltis from home. Diners can watch dishes being prepared at the open plan kitchen and there is also a popular takeaway service.


Dobir Uddin says, “It is not quite taking coals to Newcastle, but I backed a hunch and I’m glad to say that we have really found a gap in the market. We have had people queuing out of the door”


Fatality highlights nut allergy dangers


The danger posed to people with nut allergies of eating certain curries has been highlighted by a recent tragedy.


Emma Egerton, 18, who had been diagnosed with a peanut allergy at the age of six, ordered the meal as she spent the evening home alone, but she realised too late that the takeaway


contained nuts. She phoned 999 but was already unconscious when paramedics arrived minutes later and died in hospital the same night.


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Caused by obesity, fatty liver can become severe and lead to liver fibro- sis, possibly cirrhosis and, finally, liver cancer or death.


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