Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur
Air-conditioned store room for packaging material with a maximum temperature of 25°C at Dinshaw's ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur, which functions round the clock to produce around five lakh litres of ice cream per day in high season
While dry ingredients for ice cream like dry fruits are stored at 4°C, processed ingredients like fruit pulps are stored at -18°C at Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori. The temperature at the factory varies from 25° to -22°C
Milk and other ingredients getting processed to prepare Kulfi. The Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur, has the capacity to produce 20,000 litres of Kulfi in one batch
Chocolate is processed at 90°C as one of the basic ingredients for products like frozen desserts, Chocobar, Carnival, etc at Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur
The control room at Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur, is equipped with a programme which automatically calculates the required amount of raw materials once the desired final quantity of output is entered in the system
Once the command is given at the control room, the sugar, stablilisers and raw milk from the raw milk tank, are added to the mixing vats, which have a capacity of 5000 litres each, where all the ingredients are mixed for an hour at 55°C at Dinshaw’s ice c
The processed milk at Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur, is passed to the Homogenizer Inlet to attain a uniform molecular consistency of the mixture at 70-75°C
Quality of raw materials, packaging materials, (post production and pre-production) etc are inspected as per Dinshaw’s standard norms at Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur
The finished ice candies passing through the conveyor belt. This machine produces around 12,000 bars per hour at Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur
Ice candies being carried forward from the linear extractor to the conveyor belt for further process at Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur
The packaged ice candies passing through the conveyor belt at Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur
The ice cream candies and bars getting wrapped in the packs at the Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur
The range of ice candies and bars, which are manufactured in the production line at Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur
The workers packing the manufactured ice candies in a carton at Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur
The chocolate flavour being added to the frozen dessert cones at Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur
Around 15000 frozen dessert cones per hour are produced at Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur
Workers filling the butterscotch family packs. Around 2000 family packs per hour are produced at the Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur
The workers have to wear woolen overcoats, gloves and gumboots even in scorching summers to deal with as low temperature as -22°C at these huge cold storage rooms at Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur
The refrigerated vans are ready to carry the ice creams and other frozen desserts from Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur and delivering the same at various cold storage centres across Nagpur and other cities, from where the ice creams a
The finished products (ice creams) are loaded in the refrigerated trucks connected to the dispatch section at Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur. These refrigerated trucks maintain -18°C temperature till the ice cream packs are delivered
Sushil Kumar Varma, Vice President (Manufacturing Department), Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur
Manish Bhagwat, Production Manager, Ice cream Division at Dinshaw’s ice cream factory at MIDC Butibori, Nagpur.
Nation Next scoops out the secret behind Dinshaw’s ice cream. Here’s the lowdown on how your favourite ice cream is prepared at Dinshaw’s factory.
Photos by: Kartik Thakur
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Just because you don’t like Mr Modi doesn’t mean India is under threat: Harish Salve | Interview
Senior advocate at Supreme Court, former Solicitor General of India and King’s Counsel Harish Salve, in an exclusive interaction with Nation Next, speaks about Prime Minister Narendra Modi, former Prime Minister late Indira Gandhi, recent gruesome murder of Shraddha Walker involving her boyfriend Aftab Poonawala, Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (PMLA) and much more!
Corrigendum: In one of the questions during Mr Harish Salve’s interview, interviewer mistakenly quoted former Chief Justice of India Justice Sharad Bobde, saying, “Constitution is under threat.” Justice Bobde never made this remark. We sincerely apologise to Justice Bobde and the audience for committing this mistake. Inconvenience caused is regretted!
Watch the full interview here:
Bet you didn’t know this about superbike ‘Dodge Tomahawk’
The superbike Dodge Tomahawk is the world’s most expensive bike which costs ₹35 cr. Know some interesting facts about it in the video.
बाइक के दीवाने भारत में ही नहीं दुनिया भर में लाखों हैं और सभी की नजर रहती है सबसे तेज दौड़ने वाली बाइक पर. india में भी महँगी bikes खरीदने के लोग दीवाने है. आपने देखा होगा कि filmstars के पास भी महँगी -महँगी bikes होती है, जिनकी कीमत करोडो में होती है. लेकिन आज हम एक ऐसी bike की बात करेंगे, जिसकी कीमत कई cars से ज्यादा है. इस bike की कीमत 35 करोड़ रुपए से ज्यादा है, यानी Mercedes जैसी कई cars इस बाइक की कीमत में खरीदी जा सकती है. इस बाइक का नाम है Dodge Tomahawk . इस बाइक को खरीदने के बारे में आम आदमी सोच भी नहीं सकता . India में जो भी bikes बिकती है, वो कितनी भी sporty और अच्छी हो, उसकी कीमत लाखों में ही होती है, बहोत कम ही या कहे न के बराबर bikes की कीमत करोडो में होती है. इसलिए Dodge Tomahawk bike कुछ ख़ास है. आईये जानते है इस बाइक से जुड़े कुछ Interesting facts.
इस बाइक की इतनी स्पीड है कि आप लोग सोचने पर मजबूर हो जाते हैं कि दौड़ रही है या उड़ रही है. दुनिया की सबसे तेज बाइक का ताज इसके सिर है. यह सुपरबाइक 672 किलोमीटर प्रति घंटे की स्पीड से दौड़ सकती है. जो कि हैरान कर देने वाला है. इस बाइक को 15 साल पहले non-street legal concept के तौर पर मार्केट में पेश किया गया था.
Dodge Tomahawk नाम की इस सुपरबाइक को 2003 में North America के इंटरनेशनल ऑटो शो में पेश किया गया. जहां इसके डिजाइन को लेकर यह काफी पसंद की गई थी. Dodge Tomahawk में 4 wheels है, दो आगे और दो पीछे दिए गए हैं.
Dodge Tomahawk सुपरबाइक 2 सेकेंड से भी कम में 0 से 60 किलोमीटर प्रति घंटे की speed लेती है. बाइक में 8.3 लीटर वाला वी-10 SRT VIPER इंजन लगा है जो इसे 500 एचपी की पावर देता है. यह सुपरबाइक 712 nm और 4200 rpm का torque जनरेट करती है.
इस बाइक की कीमत करीब 35 करोड़ रुपये है . इसलिए इसे खरीदना हर एक इंसान के लिए पॉसिबल भी नहीं है. आपको इस बारे में जानकर shock लगेगा कि इसे सिर्फ दुनियाभर में 9 ही लोगों ने खरीदा है.
तो यह थे Dodge Tomahawk सुपरबाइक के बारे में कुछ Interesting Facts
Script by – Shamanand Tayde
Special Court grants bail to ex-Home Minister Anil Deshmukh’s son in money laundering case
Special Court grants bail to ex-Home Minister Anil Deshmukh’s son Hrishikesh Deshmukh in money laundering case
In a major development, Special Court granted bail to former Home Minister of Maharashtra Anil Deshmukh’s son Hrishikesh Deshmukh on Monday in an alleged money laundering case. Hrishikesh, who was arraigned as an accused in the chargesheet, was granted bail after a special court designated to hear cases related to the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) recorded his appearance.
He had filed an application through his advocate Aniket Nikam after appearing before the court and requesting the same to accept his appearance and grant him bail.
Hrishikesh also pointed out that the accusations in the ED’s case were confined to the alleged acts of omission and commission by his father in his capacity as the former home minister from January 2020 to April 2021. The plea also cited that the former home minister had already been granted bail in the case by the Bombay High Court.
The court had in February this year issued summons to Hrishikesh after ED submitted its complaint (chargesheet) in the case.
Bombay High Court granted bail to NCP leader Anil Deshmukh in October this year in the same case. While Deshmukh had secured the bail in the ED case, he remains in custody in connection with the CBI case registered against him in April last year.