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The Indian Express brings you a podcast that peels back the layers of political mudslinging and campaign rhetoric to cover everything you need to know about India voting. Express Elections will equip you with expert analysis and commentary on the significant events and players, an assessment of where the current government stands, and an understanding of the electoral process in India.
 
The strength of Tribal Sovereignty not only rests with Tribal leaders and their communities, it's also dependent on its recognition by our Nation's leaders. Tribal sovereignty is expressly recognized in the United States Constitution, and American Indian Advocacy holds this Nation and its leaders accountable for honoring this sovereignty, as well as the treaty and trust responsibilities owed to Indian Country. This podcast series will speak to the importance of this advocacy, alongside curre ...
 
Rajesh Thakur is a broadcaster with over 25 years of experience, having started with India’s largest broadcaster All India Radio. His widespread knowledge on a variety of issues, even-handed approach to discussions, polite but firm manner with listeners, and his passion for multiculturalism and for embracing life in all its forms have earned him community respect and lots of fans all around the world. Broadcaster Rajesh Thakur’s morning show Raja Ka Baja is one of the most popular shows on T ...
 
GSACEP represents emergency physicians who work in the federal government, including active duty military, National Guard, and military Reserves, as well as the Veteran’s Administration, Indian Health Service, and other federal agencies.This podcast series will feature selected lectures from the 2021 Government Services Symposium as well as conversations with leaders in military emergency medicine.Our mission is advancing emergency care for America’s heroes. In this podcast, we bring you lec ...
 
Hi, I'm Lalitha Krishnan. I want to reconnect my fellow Indians to nature through storytelling and to share everything I learn by entertaining, creating awareness, and bringing back the ‘awe’ of our natural world seamlessly. Listen to relevant conservation stories. This podcast comes to you from a hilltop in the Himalaya. Download episodes free and listen at leisure. Read the show notes on earthymatters.blog Keep listening for news, views and, updates from the world of conservation. Disclaim ...
 
All Indians Matter is a digital home for conversations with and about India on the issues that truly matter. For most of our post-Independence years, this was done by the news media. However, in recent times, the media have been found wanting. As a result, the issues that should be highlighted are sidelined and the voices that should find a megaphone are muffled. This podcast is an effort to engage with everyone who cares about India, its Constitution, its liberal and secular values. All Ind ...
 
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Join historian and biographer Patrick French on Stepwell, the Ahmedabad University podcast, as he talks to eminent scholars from around the world, covering a broad range of topics and perspectives that challenge and transform conventional views.
 
Parenting ideas, experiences, tips, and a variety of expert insights to nurture children in a holistic manner. Partners In UpBringing is a part of the Global Indian Series. The podcast is hosted by two neighbors, close friends, first time podcasters and mothers --Himani & Kalyani who believe that conscious UpBringing of children is vital for a better and happier tomorrow. In the olden days the prince used to be trained by the best of the teachers from across the kingdom to make sure that he ...
 
Kabir (1440 - 1518) was a mystic poet and saint of India, whose writings have greatly influenced the Bhakti movement.The name Kabir comes from Arabic Al-Kabir which means 'The Great' - the 37th Name of God in the Qur'an.Kabir was influenced by the prevailing religious mood of his times, such as old Brahmanic Hinduism, Hindu and Buddhist Tantrism, the teachings of Nath yogis and the personal devotionalism of South India mixed with the imageless God of Islam. The influence of these various doc ...
 
This book features a series of short stories collected by renowned ethnologist Henry R. Schoolcraft. The stories are adapted from old Native American legends with the aim to protect their authenticity from future contamination. Schoolcraft made it his duty to learn the Native American folklore, after living among them in the Great Lakes region and experiencing their culture firsthand. The allegorical collection include tales of adventure, whilst offering exciting explanations for natural phe ...
 
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Rising terror attacks in Kashmir, especially targeted killings of civilians, lay bare the Central Government’s security failures. So far this year, 28 civilians have been killed. The government has had no answer other than knee-jerk reactions that are bound to raise tensions in the Valley. If Prime Minister Narendra Modi is serious about reducing t…
 
Welcome to our first episode of the GSACEP Career Corner! We will highlight an individual's career path, with tips on how to succeed in varied military/federal assignments! Lieutenant Commander Stuart earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he commissioned through the Navy ROTC program. He…
 
What does profiling children mean? How does it help parents to enrich their Upbringing journey? In today's conversation with Ajit Kaikini we are going to deep dive into the world of profiling children and understand this scientific tool which helps in choosing not only the right career path for our children but to help us shape well. Our guest Ajit…
 
Diagnostics comprise less than 5% of hospital costs but their findings influence 60%-70% of healthcare decision-making. India has among the lowest spends on diagnostics in the world due to lack of affordability, accessibility and awareness. How can innovations in diagnostics transform healthcare? Gautam Wankhede, Director of Medical Affairs at lead…
 
Tuesday Morning - Rajesh Thakur's Live ShowRajesh Thakur is a broadcaster with over 25 years’ experience, having started with India’s largest broadcaster, the government-owned All India Radio. His widespread knowledge on a variety of issues, even-handed approach to discussions, polite but firm manner with listeners, and his passion for multicultura…
 
No one thinks or writes about districts like Gadchiroli and Chandrapur that have large tribal populations. The tribal regions in these districts are mainly underdeveloped, lacking basic facilities like healthcare. There are other issues: lack of roads, medieval menstrual practices, forcible land acquisition, non-payment of health workers, malnutrit…
 
Manoj Kumar's "Roti Kapda Aur Makan" ruled the box office in 1974, Anand Bakshi wrote, Kishor sung and R.D.Burman composed one of the best song of Hindi cinema " Zindagi Ke Safar Mein Guzar Jaate hain Jo Makam, Wo Phir Nehin Aate".1974 Inflation continues to spiral out of control around the world reaching 11.3% in the USA and 17.2% in the UK and th…
 
Since it assumed power, the BJP has painted every opponent as an enemy of the nation – from Opposition leaders to minorities and even students and journalists covering crime in BJP-ruled states. Now, it’s the turn of the farmers. It’s a way of deflecting attention from the government’s many failures – rising fuel and food prices, the mismanagement …
 
Are you curious about the recent buzz phrase, "Knowledge, Skills and Abilities" and maintenance of skills? Wonder about the requirements being developed to keep us ready to give care in a deployment environment? Would you like to be able to speak to your leadership and a possible employer regarding your skill sets? How do you defend that some of th…
 
Last 2 years have been full of experiences and a very enriching emotional journey for all of us. No doubt we have been through ups and downs, sometimes extreme and sometimes manageable but like always we are told to take the positives and not to focus of the negatives! Today's episode is our attempt to do the same and feel good about the experience…
 
India’s 68 lakh artisans and artists account for the country’s second largest unorganised sector. It can contribute much to the economy but it requires work on several fronts – brand creation, efficient fabrication processes and, most importantly, wider markets for stable revenues. Richa Khandelwal Bhat, founder and MD of Narayana’s ArtNirbhar Bhar…
 
India has signed agreements with technology giants to crunch data on agriculture in order to modernise the very traditional industry. The agriculture ecosystem certainly needs a transformation and the use of data can be a great accelerator. However, it’s not all smooth sailing. Farmers don’t trust the government, and there are concerns over privacy…
 
Dr. Steve Sample and Dr. Torree McGowan reflect on the differences in their deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, drawing on their shared experience as emergency medicine residents at SAUSHEC and their overlap in Balad. Dr. Stephen Sample, MD graduated from University of Louisville Medical School 2005, and completed his emergency medicine residency …
 
In this episode of Express Conversations, the Finance Minister of Tamil Nadu, Palanivel Thiaga Rajan joins Indian Express’ P Vaidyanathan Iyer, Liz Matthew, and Anant Goenka for a chat on the GST Council, the weakening of federalism in India, Jaggi Vasudev, and a lot more. Tune in!Express Audio által
 
The COVID-19 pandemic was most devastating for women, children and adolescents, especially in low and middle-income countries. And these experiences were similar across these regions. Poor mental health, disruptions to education, loss of income and violence were just some of the consequences. Civil society groups, under the umbrella of PMNCH, a mul…
 
Historically the American Indian has faced many hurdles and challenges when it comes to accessing the ballot box. This podcast series explores the problems that lack of access presents, and solutions that make voting more accessible in Indian Country. This second broadcast covering the topic of voting rights in Indian Country features Chuck Hoskin,…
 
Hi there, Thanks for listening. You can read the show notes(coming soon) of this episode on my blog Earthy matters and check out extra links provided by my guest. I am speaking to Yuvan Aves, a naturalist, educator, activist, musician and author. One of India’s young influencers, Yuvan is currently documenting coastal stories, helping create tree l…
 
Work life balance has always been tough for mums… It's like walking on a tightrope. If you lose focus you are either going to fall in a sea of guilt or compromise on your career growth… the challenges of a working mum are just unparalleled. In this episode we are in conversation with Radhika Balakrishnan, a career transformation expert and a purpos…
 
There are an estimated 1.5 lakh Indians living with multiple sclerosis but the actual number is almost certainly higher. A key reason for this is lack of awareness and data about the disease. Data is important if we are to have an effective plan for it and ensure patients get the public resources they need to cope with the disease. So, what exactly…
 
Dr. Regan Lyon and CPT Brian Thebaud share perspectives from their roles on embedded medical teams in some of the furthest forward medical care in current combat operations. Major Regan F. Lyon is an emergency medicine physician and Defense Analysis graduate student at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA. Prior to starting graduate school…
 
Urban 20- to 24-year-olds have one of the highest unemployment rates in India – 37.9%. Among them, graduates report a much higher unemployment rate of over 60%. And it’s worse when it comes to women – almost one in four urban women with bachelor’s degrees and one in five with post-graduate education are unemployed. Please listen to the latest episo…
 
In this episode of Express Conversations, Olympic champions Neeraj Chopra and Bajrang Punia join Indian Express’ Sandeep Dwivedi and Mihir Vasavda for a chat on their historic Olympic win, the challenges they faced, and how their lives have changed since their return from Tokyo. Tune in!Express Audio által
 
India’s burgeoning urban population has resulted in a stark increase in the quantity of solid waste generated – 65 million tons a year – but only 75%-80% of it gets collected and only 22%-28% is treated. Sangeeta Venkatesh, an expert on solid waste management, speaks to All Indians Matter on potential solutions and the gap between programmes like S…
 
Thunderbird Strategic's Lycia Maddocks interviews Jacqueline De León, Staff Attorney of the Native American Rights Fund, and citizen of the Pueblo of Isleta. The discussion centers around voting rights for the American Indian voter, and the Native American Voting Rights Act of 2021.Kevin Allis, Thunderbird Strategic LLC által
 
Every child has tremendous potential - BUT WHAT is it? How to identify it? How to nurture it?🤔 In today's podcast we are honoured to be joined by Ajit Kaikini, a senior trainer who specialises in unleashing the TRUE POTENTIAL of individuals. Ajit has shared many valuable insights and tips which will help every parent shape their child's career path…
 
The justice system exists as part of society, not outside it. So, you’re particularly vulnerable if you happen to be poor, part of a minority or a vulnerable group such as Dalits, or of the wrong gender. Can we even have a workable society without justice equality? And why should all Indians know about Article 39A of the Constitution? Dr Anup Suren…
 
Feeling unprepared for your first leadership position in your organization? Dr. McGowan will offer high yield tips from her experience as a medical director and military commander to set you up for success in your new job. She will explore a simple leadership model for use with peers and subordinates, offer strategies for successful meetings, and p…
 
As the country goes through profound political and social changes, what are common Indians thinking? What do they want from the next decade and what keeps them up at night? Episode 100 of All Indians Matter is a very special conversation with people like us – senior journalist Aarefa Johari, development sector professional and education equity work…
 
What’s on the minds of common Indians? What do they really want and what do they fear? Episode 100 of All Indians Matter is a very special conversation with people like us – senior journalist Aarefa Johari, development sector professional and education equity worker Malvika Agarwal, and financial markets veteran Himanshu Vyas.…
 
A study has found that Muslim children face systematic exclusion at the pre-primary level in Delhi’s private schools – less than 3% of those who applied to private unaided schools at the nursery level were admitted. Jannat Fatima Farooqui, co-author of the study, speaks to All Indians Matter.Ideabrew Studios által
 
Dr. Andrea Austin interviews Dr. Maximillian Lee on the impacts of the current events in Afghanistan on the physicians who served in that theater of war. Col (ret) Lee is the former Air Force Special Operations Command, Chief of Aerospace Medicine and an influential leader in the development of our current physician forward operating stance. He dep…
 
Show notes coming soon with pics and links.:) Instagram Photo courtesy Ambika Yelanhanka.I am speaking to Ambika Yelahanka whose has a very enviable job involving lots of animals. Ambika’s has a Masters in Zoo Conservation and a specialization in feline behaviour and reptilian husbandry. She's the Assistant curator at Madras Crocodile Bank Trust in…
 
The demand for a caste census is gaining steam. This, essentially, is a count of the OBC population. India has never had such a count since Independence despite the fact that OBCs are thought to account for 52% of the population. What is a caste census and what purpose would it serve? Please listen to the latest episode of All Indians Matter.…
 
Entreprenuership is no longer a career choice. It has become a way of life! In this epiosde we are in conversation with Swati Gauba, an entrepreneur and trainer based in Singapore. Swati has hands on experience in designing and conducting courses to help develop Entrepreneurial spirit in children. Swati has shared many tools and games to develop ob…
 
While we are seeing COVID-19 vaccine shortages on the one hand, we are also seeing stubborn vaccine hesitancy on the other. Experts see it as a threat to the country’s very fragile gains against COVID-19. Dr Renu Khosla, Director of the Centre for Urban and Regional Excellence, and Kritica Mahajan, senior campaigner at Purpose, a social impact agen…
 
Did you know medical errors are the 3rd leading cause of death- just behind heart disease and cancer? Learn the secret sauce behind creating a safer environment for your patients and your practice in this 30 min seminar from COL Bonnie Hartstein, Army Consultant and AMEDD Quality and Safety Director. For access to the slides and to view the whole l…
 
This episode is a walk down memory lane. In 2011, I was appointed as lead trainer for first-generation journalists in Kabul. The time I spent there gave me a first-hand look at how Taliban rule had devastated the country and how its brave journalists were standing up to tremendous pressure and risk. They viewed their work as a vital building block …
 
1973 known for three-Day Week put in place in the UK, Sydney Opera House is opened, Yom Kippur War and Oil Embargo, Watergate Hearings Begin, Supreme Court rules on Roe v. Wade.Rishi Kapoor's biggest blockbuster which was his debut film Bobby, released to magnanimous response in 1973.Here is Rajesh Thakur with his Radio Classic Show "1973 Ki Kahani…
 
The government’s plans to convert Lakshadweep into a tourism powerhouse has enraged locals and environmentalists, who point to the ecological hazards posed by the projects and the “attacks on identity, culture, religion and land”. Rohan Arthur, a marine biologist who has been working in the Indian Ocean on coral reefs, seagrass meadows and other co…
 
Chief Justice NV Ramana lamented that torture in police custody continues in India. Between 2017 and 2019, according to official figures, 1,189 were tortured in police custody but this is most likely an underestimate. The Supreme Court, the most powerful legal body in the land, needs to do more than talk about it to effect real change. Please liste…
 
Today we are in conversation with a single mom and her daughter to get a sneak peek into their lives, their equation, what are their struggles and how they manage and balance things. To give you all a brief background our guest Preeti Telang is a successful Architect in a japanese firm in Singapore and her daughter Kimaya is a 16 year old, pursuing…
 
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