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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
What makes people tick? What are the stories they carry with them? In a world of shouting heads, veteran journalist, radio commentator and novelist Sandip Roy sits down to have real conversations about the fascinating world around us and the people who shape it. Catch these engaging interviews every other Sunday
 
Join Ankita a.k.a the HR Bandit for a fun-filled conversation on what’s happening around the world and its impact on how we work. News, events, research, crazy ideas, and work experiments – this podcast covers it all. So, grab a cup (glass) of coffee (wine), sit back, and enjoy the banter. The podcast is a part of the new workplace initiative and sponsored by the kind folks over at NHRDN Hyderabad. All views, expressed are that of the speakers and are not the positions, strategies, or opinio ...
 
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 ...
 
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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After outclassing Scotland and securing the best run rate, India now hope for Afghanistan to upset New Zealand on Sunday. Shamik Chakrabarty joins Gaurav Bhatt to discuss the scenarios, Scotland's feel-good story at this tournament and Afghanistan's chances against New Zealand.על ידי Express Audio
 
The allegations of racism made by the former cricketer Azeem Rafiq have shaken the Yorkshire club (one of UK's biggest county cricket clubs), and has led to the resignation of several top officials. The person who got Rafiq to actually open up about his past is the noted cricket journalist, George Dobell. This week on Game Time, Indian Express' Chi…
 
Our farmers have shown how Gandhian satyagraha and social justice movements can protect our democracy and enable it to flourish. Faced with the determination of the farmers and possible setbacks in a series of crucial upcoming Assembly elections, the government withdrew the agriculture laws the farmers were agitating against. What comes next?…
 
Social platforms offer citizens a direct dialogue with government agencies, which deploy their handles for a variety of functions, from awareness building and information dissemination to troubleshooting and crisis communication. Sunchika Pandey, whose agency runs the fun and popular social media account of the Mumbai police, speaks to All Indians …
 
Col (Ret) Edward Fieg spent one of his multiple deployments as an embedded advisor to an Afghan hospital, focused on improving the nation's capability to care for patients. He shares his reflections on his time in Afghanistan and how the end of the Afghanistan war has affected him. Read more about his time in Kandahar at https://drive.google.com/fi…
 
This week on Game Time, hosts Gaurav Bhatt and Mihir Vasavda first talk about the former Yorkshire cricketer Azeem Rafiq levelling allegations that he was subjected to racism by players and coaches during his two stints at the county club. And then, they discuss the disappearance of Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai after she accused a former top gove…
 
India’s wholesale price index is at a 5-month high and retail prices are rising too on the back of supply shortages, high energy costs and a cut in fuel levies that’s come in too late. Prices of food and non-food items are rising, and it seems they will rise further. Please listen to the latest episode of All Indians Matter.…
 
The Pegasus case, in which several public personalities were tracked through Israeli spyware on their phones, raises worrying questions about privacy, freedom and data security – even for the common man. Sapni GK, a lawyer researching the intersection of technology, society and law, speaks to All Indians Matter.…
 
What is ailing India's democratic institutions today? – This question is at the heart of investigative journalist Josy Joseph's latest book, The Silent Coup: A History of India's Deep State. In this episode, host Sandip Roy talks to him about it, along with how the deep state threatens our democracy, and what has led us to this place.…
 
Earlier this week, as India beat Namibia at the T20 World Cup, Ravi Shastri’s tenure as India’s head coach came to an end. In this episode, hosts Gaurav Bhatt and Mihir Vasavda are joined by Indian Express’ Chief cricket writer Sriram Veera to talk about his career, his synergy with Virat Kohli, and what he has meant for India’s cricket team. Link …
 
The government kept changing the justification for demonetisation, but it failed no matter what the objective was. It harmed farmers, labourers, daily-wage workers and women disproportionately and did nothing to curb cash in circulation. Half a decade later, it continues to haunt the country. Please listen to the latest episode of All Indians Matte…
 
Show notes coming soon. I am speaking with Rajani Mani is a documentary filmmaker with Elephant Corridor Films, a Bengaluru based creative agency. Currently, she is working on "Colonies in Conflict" a film that examines the state of wild bees in a fast-developing Indian landscape.על ידי Lalitha Krishnan
 
The politics of hate can be traced back to Partition and even before that but only now has it become so rabid and a matter of pride. Sachin Garg, bestselling author, media columnist and TEDx speaker, has written a book on the post-Partition social and political landscape and points out many similarities between then and now in this conversation wit…
 
Col(s) Kristen Silvia is a board certified Emergency Medicine Physician, Flight Surgeon and currently Chief of Bioastronautics at Detachment 3, Human Space Flight Support Office, Patrick Space Force Base, Florida. She leads the DoD’s contingency medical operations for NASA and U.S. Space Command in support of U.S. crewed space flight programs. She …
 
COP26 should have made a greater commitment to climate change mitigation and arrived at a roadmap to a sustainable future but, other than vague statements, not much was achieved. This is unfortunate because there was a lot at stake for India. Please listen to the latest episode of All Indians Matter.…
 
India opened their account at the ongoing T20 World Cup and, at least mathematically, kept themselves in contention with a 66-run win against Afghanistan. Shamik Chakrabarty joins hosts Gaurav Bhatt and Mihir Vasavda to discuss the changed approach, the scenarios, and whether it was too little too late.…
 
Quality education in early childhood lays the developmental foundation for a lifetime and positively impacts society and the economy. But there is great dichotomy in education delivery in India – it ranges from sub-par in government schools to world-class in private ones. Renowned educationist Dr Swati Popat Vats and her co-author Nasrin Modak-Sidd…
 
In this episode, we’re traveling back in time and picking up topics that have been under debate for at least a decade if not more. With pay now being more transparent than ever and is it finally time for organizations to consider making their pay ranges public? On a related note, how good is HR with data security, and finally, the age-old topic of …
 
With two losses in two matches, India's T20 World Cup campaign looks, in effect, over. Shamik Chakrabarty joins hosts Gaurav Bhatt and Mihir Vasavda to discuss the body language of Virat Kohli and Co, the selection and combination issues as well as the road ahead.על ידי Express Audio
 
The arrival of the monsoon is always big news in India. But its drama and romance is also accompanied by anxiety and tension, especially now, with the rains growing more erratic, and some places getting less of it while others experience floods and cloudbursts. In this episode, Sandip speaks to one of the world's foremost monsoon meteorologists, Dr…
 
This week on Game Time, hosts Gaurav Bhatt and Mihir Vasavda discuss everything cricket. First, they go over Lucknow becoming the most valued team in IPL, and Ahmedabad getting pocketed by one of the world’s leading sports investors. Next, they discuss Quinton de Kock refusing to take the knee before a match, and why that has caused a backlash. And…
 
In the latest episode of All Indians Matter, we put under the microscope the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, or the NDPS Act, the law under which Aryan – Shah Rukh Khan’s son – was charged. Did you know that some provisions of it are thought to be more draconian than even the dreaded UAPA? What is the NDPS Act all about and why does…
 
LtCol Joseph Maddry is an Air Force emergency physician and toxicologist. Here he shares the unique aspects of deployment toxicology. For access to the slides and to view the whole lecture, visit: https://pheedloop.com/GSS21/virtual/?page=sessions&section=SESMFXGA02OWN0GYV This lecture qualifies for 1.0 Category I Continuing Education Credits. How …
 
In the current political climate, Urdu is made out to be the language of Muslims only rather than one that cuts across religious and social groups. It is being used as yet another tool to polarise society and its once-eminent position is being eroded. Can Urdu survive? Fabeha Syed, journalist and host of the award-winning podcast Urdunama, speaks t…
 
In the first episode of our T20 World Cup special series, Shamik Chakrabarty joins host Gaurav Bhatt to discuss Pakistan 10-wicket win over India, Virat Kohli's innings and the team combinations. Shamik also shares the scenes from the stadium and how the hyperbolic discourse around the India-Pakistan cricket matches hasn't yet extended to the playe…
 
Tomorrow, on the 24th of October, arch rivals India and Pakistan face each other at the T20 World Cup in Dubai. As always, there have now been several calls made by politicians on both sides that the teams should not be playing together. But the match of course remains highly anticipated by cricket fans. In this episode, hosts Gaurav Bhatt and Mihi…
 
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…
 
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…
 
While it isn’t unusual to have women doctors in India now, and the rise of women in the medical field seems to have been steady, the road that led us to this place wasn’t easy. India’s first "lady doctors" battled everything from unsupportive husbands and over supportive husbands to widowhood, caste rules, and divorce. Kavitha Rao’s new book, ‘Lady…
 
Gender testing in sports has been widely controversial, and in several cases has led athletes to experience trauma, and face stigma from those around them. The test in question is such a burning issue in the sporting world that it finds itself at the center of a recently released Bollywood film. Rashmi Rocket, starring Taapsee Pannu, is possibly th…
 
India’s unprecedented coal shortage could slow the post-COVID economic recovery, impact already-strained household budgets and dim the lights on the festive season. How exactly did we get here and what can we expect next? Please listen to the latest episode of All Indians Matter.על ידי Ideabrew Studios
 
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…
 
In this episode of Express Conversations, actor Pankaj Tripathi joins Indian Express’ Shubhra Gupta and Devyani Oniyal to discuss his journey to Mumbai from Bihar’s Gopalganj, the role of contemporary politics in an actor's life, and a lot more. Tune in.על ידי Express Audio
 
Indian cricket Ravichandran Ashwin has often been called ‘disgraceful’ for not following the 'Spirit of the Game'. But what exactly is the spirit of the game? Is it really necessary? And does it create more problems than it solves? In this episode, hosts Gaurav Bhatt and Mihir Vasavda talk about the mythical construct of the ‘spirit’, discuss vario…
 
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…
 
How does company culture work when employees can now be located anywhere? Does it continue to be as important as before? With IPCC declaring Code Red, is it time for organizations to make Deloitte’s lead and pull employees into the conversation? And finally, Google launched its work location tool empowering employees to understand how pay changes w…
 
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…
 
Mahatma Gandhi is known around the world as the apostle of non-violence, but what did his insistence on ahimsa actually mean for him? In this episode, Sandip talks to Jyotirmaya Sharma, professor of political science at the University of Hyderabad, about his new book – Elusive Nonviolence: The Making and Unmaking of Gandhi’s Religion of Ahimsa. The…
 
Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes had been India's greatest tennis duo, winning 24 consecutive doubles matches in Davis Cup. But their partnership and friendship famously soured more than two decades ago. But what caused that to happen? In this episode, hosts Gaurav Bhatt and Mihir Vasavda talk about a recently released docu-series, Break Point (on …
 
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!על ידי Express Audio
 
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…
 
What are NFTs? What does it mean to own one? And are there any downsides to it? In this episode, hosts Gaurav Bhatt and Mihir Vasada, and producer Shashank Bhargava talk about the bizarre world of NFTs, and what it means for sports fans and artists.על ידי Express Audio
 
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 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 laws, saving t…
 
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