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Ever wondered how automation will change the world? Maybe you puzzle over what India could do to ease traffic congestion, or how China's aircraft carriers will transform Indian Ocean geopolitics? All Things Policy, a daily podcast brought to you by the Takshashila Institution, brings you all the answers. Every weekday, our researchers break down complex economic and geopolitical ideas through the lens of current events. For everyone from the busy executive to the curious student, All Things ...
 
Indicast is India's first multi person podcast and have been at it since 2005. We will be covering anything and everything that might be of interest to a listener of Indian origin so the topics range from Sonia to Sania. The podcast is a mix of english and hindi and we try to keep it very informal. We usually have a serious discussion and balance it out with lighter topic. So expect a good discussion with few laughs.
 
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Forbes India in association with TheIndicast.com bring you conversations with the people behind the Forbes India Magazine. Listen to what went in developing the cover story and special reports in the latest issue of the Forbes India Magazine along with expert insights on the top news in one from the most vibrant world economies
 
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Autonomy, dignity and compassion. We wish to experience these things in our lives, so why shouldn’t we experience them in our deaths? That’s the argument made by those who support a change in the law to legalise assisted dying in the UK. People who are suffering intractably, they claim, but who are too ill to self-administer life-ending medication …
 
Paul Rusesabagina, whose heroic efforts during the Rwandan genocide were depicted in the film "Hotel Rwanda," was living in the U.S. when he was brought to Rwanda, against his will, to stand trial on charges of terrorism. Human rights advocates say the trial, riddled with violations of due process, is an example of "transnational repression." Speci…
 
Healing wounds over and violence from years past can be an extremely difficult endeavor. South Africa's truth and reconciliation commission was the most famous attempt of its kind--but now, Maryland is the first U.S. state using the resolution model to reckon with its history of racial violence. Charles Chavis, assistant professor at George Mason U…
 
This year's surprise international television success is the dystopian South Korean series, Squid Game, which imagines people competing in a series of ever more violent contests, hundreds dying along the way. The show is a shameless satire on the cut-throat competitiveness of ordinary South Korean life; some characters explicitly state they are tak…
 
This week on NL Hafta, Abhinandan Sekhri, Manisha Pande, Raman Kirpal and Meghnad S are joined by multimedia artist Anurag Verma. While discussing Munawar Faruqui’s decision to quit his stand-up comedy career, Anurag says, “The real question is of the majority’s expectations, it wasn’t about Munawar’s identity. But the real anger was because of the…
 
There were dramatic twists and turns Friday in the aftermath of this week's shooting attack at a Michigan high school. The parents of the accused 15-year-old killer were charged with involuntary manslaughter and declared fugitives by authorities a short while later. Russ McNamara, host of "All Things Considered" for Detroit Public Radio, joins John…
 
This week's shooting at a Michigan high school was the deadliest school shooting in three years and has led to fear, anger and anxiety at school districts around the state. And so have closings in dozens of schools because of threats and out of an abundance of caution. Our Student Reporting Labs and colleagues at Detroit Public TV talked to educato…
 
In our news wrap Friday, President Biden signed a short-term spending bill that averts a government shutdown, the latest jobs report shows fewer Americans were hired in November, a Virginia recount confirmed a Republican sweep in major races in the November election, and the Taliban announced a ban on forced marriage of women in Afghanistan. PBS Ne…
 
Maryland, Nebraska and Pennsylvania are the latest states reporting cases of the new omicron variant in the U.S., while it has now spread to more than 40 nations worldwide. And the CDC director said Friday the omicron variant could become the dominant COVID strain in the U.S. this winter. Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of …
 
Friday's jobs report offered mixed signals about the state of hiring, but one thing was clear: more people are trying to get back into the labor force. Supply chain issues are one key challenge as companies compete for workers and wait for products to reach customers. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports from the Port of Los Angeles, where c…
 
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including the omicron variant, U.S. government funding, and a major abortion case before the Supreme Court. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
For more than five decades, actor André De Shields has shared his talents with New York theater audiences. With Tony, Grammy, and Emmy awards already under his belt, De Shields is still looking forward to what's ahead. He shares his Brief But Spectacular take on living his most authentic life. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/news…
 
In this podcast, Tripurdaman Singh and Adeel Hussain talk about their latest book "Nehru: The Debates that Defined India". The book features some riveting discussions that were held between Nehru and Muhammad Iqbal, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Sardar Patel, and Syama Prasad Mookerjee.Follow them:Tripurdaman Singh: @tripurdamanAdeel Hussain: @adeelh693To b…
 
It’s been almost 50 years since Nigerian writer Wole Soyinka, Africa’s first Nobel laureate for literature, last published a novel. Chronicles From the Land of the Happiest People on Earth is, his fellow writers agree, worth the wait. He joins Dr Louisa Egbunike, Associate Professor in African Literature at Durham University, to discuss its his lat…
 
Life to a large extent was coming back to some level of normalcy in India after the country witnessed a deadly second wave earlier this year. But with a new variant of COVID-19, Omicron, being reported all around the world last week and now also in India, everyone is sitting up in their chair to enquire about what the deal is with this variant. The…
 
Unvaccinated people across Germany will soon be excluded from nonessential stores, restaurants and sports and cultural venues, Chancellor Angela Merkel announced Thursday, and parliament will consider a general vaccine mandate as part of efforts to curb coronavirus infections. Merkel announced the measures after a meeting with federal and state lea…
 
Japan says it has retracted a ban on new incoming international flight bookings to defend against the new variant of the coronavirus only a day after the policy was announced, following criticisms that it was an overreaction. The transport ministry on Wednesday issued a request to international airlines to stop taking new reservations for flights c…
 
Christopher Luxon’s first few days will be seen as a reasonable success, but we’re yet to see which policy directions National will take under his leadership, particularly with climate. Business commentator Rod Oram told Heather du Plessis-Allan Luxon should speak with Paul Polman, his old boss at Unilever. “Getting Polman here, who is a very serio…
 
The Black Caps' 2nd test against India is not off to a good start. The first session in Mumbai was delayed due to a wet outfield, but now Kane Williamson has been ruled out with an elbow injury, which may extend once the team returns home. The WTA has become the first professional sporting organisation to take a stand against the Chinese government…
 
A Northland businessman says the region's seeing booking cancellations due to checkpoints. Police will keep Northland's borders in place with iwi support when Auckland's border opens. In November the Government changed Covid laws to grant iwi organisations power to close roads and public places to stop vehicles. Northland businessman Grant Harnish …
 
The IOC has had a second video call with Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai. IOC President Thomas Bach says that Peng has reconfirmed that she is safe and well, despite the “difficult situation” she is in. However, the IOC isn't releasing the transcript of the conversation. Sydney Morning Herald North Asia correspondent Eryk Bagshaw told Heather du P…
 
Meghan Markle has won her court battle against the Mail on Sunday. The Court of Appeal upheld the decision that Markle had a “reasonable expectation of privacy” over a letter written to her father that was published by the tabloid. LA Correspondent Sean Mandell told Heather du Plessis-Allan she had anticipated the letter would be leaked and had tak…
 
Iwi will be able to stop cars travelling into Northland. The Government changed Covid laws on November 20 to grant iwi organisations power to close roads and public places to stop vehicles. Police will be maintaining checkpoints for cars travelling into Northland after Auckland's border reopens on December 15. Act Party leader David Seymour told He…
 
The Government passed a law on November 20 giving iwi organisations in Northland the right to stop vehicles travelling to the region. The checkpoints will be under police supervision when the Auckland border opens on December 15. New National leader Christopher Luxon has been up in Auckland visiting restaurants on the Auckland Viaduct. He questione…
 
When Justice Brett Kavanaugh was facing tough questions during his 2018 confirmation battle about his views on the Supreme Court's abortion rulings. he returned time and time again to the importance of precedent and their "precedent on precedent." Speaking more broadly, Kavanaugh at the time described the circumstances that the justices overturn pr…
 
An intrepid expert with dozens of books to his name, Stéphane Bourgoin was a bestselling author, famous in France for having interviewed more than 70 notorious murderers. Then an anonymous collective began to investigate his past. By Scott Sayare.. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod…
 
Pints are pouring and cocktails are being sipped on Auckland's waterfront. Hospitality businesses dusted off tables and opened their doors this morning after 107 days in lockdown. Venues have a 100 person cap under the Red Traffic Light Setting and patrons have to show their My Vaccine Pass. HeadQuarters bar owner Leo Molloy told Heather du Plessis…
 
Simon Bridges has revealed he dropped out of the race for National party leader because he didn't have the numbers. Bridges, who has previously held the top job, made an eleventh-hour decision to back Christopher Luxon before Tuesday's caucus meeting. He's since picked up the finance portfolio under Luxon's new reign. Bridges told Heather du Plessi…
 
Did it take anyone else by surprise to hear the Police Commissioner reveal the Government’s made it legal for iwi up north to stop your car? Yeah, me too. So I checked it out. Turns out, they did change the law. Two weeks ago, on November 20 — a Saturday — they inserted a new bit into the Covid-19 Health Response Act granting the power to “close ro…
 
Cyberspace has become an important part of the strategic picture internationally. Its impact as a facilitator for our everyday lives is undeniable. It is a disruptor in the civilian space and on the modern battlefield. A rare consensus may seemingly be emerging on the need to address and negotiate norms for cyberspace internationally. Sapni G K and…
 
First, Indian Express’ Tora Agarwala talks about the lynching of a student leader in Assam, and how the prime accused in the case died while ‘fleeing the police’. Next, Indian Express’ Bureau Chief Ravish Tiwari explains the significance of Mamata Banerjee saying that “there is no UPA now”, and what she was trying to signal through this (13:32). An…
 
The United States' COVID-19 watch has turned up more cases of the omicron variant Thursday. They appeared as President Joe Biden unveiled new initiatives on vaccines, masking and treatment. White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
In our news wrap Thursday, the Biden administration announced plans to reinstate the "Remain in Mexico" policy for asylum seekers as of Monday. Major League Baseball shut down overnight after the league's collective bargaining agreement expired. The U.S. sounded a new warning to Russia over Ukraine. Kellogg announced a tentative deal with striking …
 
While we don't know whether the omicron variant will lead to more severe cases of COVID-19, its ability to spread is becoming clearer. Cases in South Africa are spiking at the fastest rate since the pandemic began, and European officials said their modeling found that omicron would likely be responsible for more than half of their cases this winter…
 
Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin, the second highest ranking Democrat, joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest congressional negotiations over government funding to avoid a federal shutdown, debate over the debt ceiling and progress in talks about the Build Back Better bill. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
Dozens of schools across suburban Detroit cancelled classes Thursday, two days after four students were killed in a shooting at Oxford High School. The alleged shooter, who is 15, remains held without bail, charged with murder and terrorism. The prosecutor is considering charging his parents, saying their actions went "far beyond negligence," makin…
 
Funding for the federal government runs out Friday at midnight. House Democrats passed a short term measure Thursday to keep the government funded through February, but a group of Republican lawmakers in the Senate are threatening to force a shutdown over President Joe Biden's vaccine mandate. Judy Woodruff and congressional correspondent Lisa Desj…
 
Sanford Biggers is an artist who mixes media and pushes boundaries to create an art all his own. Jeffrey Brown looks at his interdisciplinary work, focusing on a signature piece, "Fool's Folly." This report is part of our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
For more than 25 years, Peggy Orenstein has broken new ground with her intimate explorations of adolescence. In her bestselling books "Girls and Sex" and "Boys and Sex," she dives into the lives of young people to unravel the hidden truths, hard lessons, and important realities of their lives. This is her Brief But Spectacular take on talking to ki…
 
What are variants? Where do they come from? Why do they develop and how do they take over?Currently Delta is the dominant variant in the UK and across much of the world; but now Omicron, first identified in South Africa, looks like it could take over. How does that happen? And what can we do about variants?Joining David Aaronovitch in the Briefing …
 
Timing — that is what it came down to for lawyer and long-time workers' rights activist Sudha Bharadwaj’s bail plea, which was accepted by Bombay High Court on Wednesday, 1 December. Bhardwaj, who is one of the accused in the Bhima Koregaon case, was arrested on 28 August 2018 and has been in police custody for the past three years at Byculla Jail.…
 
Korea is one of the most stressed and tired nations on earth, a place where people work and study longer hours than anywhere else. And statistics show they are finding it increasingly difficult to switch off and relax; they sleep fewer hours and have higher rates of depression and suicide than almost anywhere else. And as a result sleeplessness and…
 
When voters in Virginia elected a Republican as Governor they sent a wake-up call to President Biden and the Democrats. The handling of the pandemic and rising prices are harming the party’s standing, while a move towards radical liberalism is also alienating some voters. So how likely is defeat at next year’s mid-term elections? Tanya Beckett asks…
 
Toys, building products, bikes. Chances are you're having trouble sourcing them at the moment. But, there might be light at the end of the tunnel. Sam Dickie from Fisher Funds told Heather du Plessis-Allan why he thinks the global shipping crisis is wrapping up. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Economists have been hiking their expectations for Fonterra’s milk payment to farmers for this season, with most now expecting the co-operative to pay the highest level since it was founded 20 years ago. The Country’s host Jamie MacKay discussed this with Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
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