35 Burst results for "Delhi"

"delhi" Discussed on Brain Inspired

Brain Inspired

04:18 min | 1 d ago

"delhi" Discussed on Brain Inspired

"And it's quite an explicit way, right? And so how do you actually learn that? It's really hard to think about how a neural network would learn that, because what neural networks learn, of course, are just statistical mappings between inputs and outputs, right? So it's hard to know if you take three new and completely different objects. They would be out of distribution. So how would you ever learn that? Well, one argument is that what you do is you use the way in which you interact with the scene. So your action as an input to the system. And by using that as an input to the system, so by explicitly representing how you can move, what you're doing is you're effectively constructing space, like three objects only exist in three different locations, because you can move what it means, but that means is that you can move to them and pick them up in different places or move their eyes to them, and those are different locations that you're that you've moved your eyes to. So the idea is that our knowledge of abstractions is formulated through the actions that we take in space. And it's by taking those actions in space that we learn and explicit representation of space. It means we actually have codes for space, which is of course the primate. That's what's there in the dorsal stream, right? We have these things called salient maps, which are intricately tied with the representations of where objects are in space. So that explicit representation of space, we argue, is really important for like kind of basically being able to reason about objects and being able to compose scenes from different combinations of objects in different spatial positions. And basically, the primate brain factorizes what things are and where they are really, really explicitly. And so the argument is in the transformer that is the explicit representation of position. That in the same way gives it the ability to do that. Amazing composition. So if you ask Delhi for a blue tomato, kind of on top of a pink banana, then it will generate an image that has that property, right? And

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"delhi" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks

The Mad Mamluks

05:41 min | 2 weeks ago

"delhi" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks

"But to be honest, the feedback can be mimicked by AI, right? And it can be anything. So that alone in that way, in the moment, they may realize it's not sentient being, but in that moment it feels sentient. Yeah. And I think in those so in those applications, it could be groundbreaking. Because now everyone, people who are reluctant to go to therapy because they don't want to unburden themselves to a human, right? Or some of my judgment, don't have no problem talking to them. Yeah, yeah, here it is. A semi sentient or appearing to be sentient AI robot. Yeah. Now let's take our noodles a little bit here. And you guys know about this whole chat GPT thing. It's like a software that a company do. I think Delhi or open, I think it's called OpenAI, who invented this. And they you can basically have a conversation with an article artificial intelligence being. It sounds like a very natural conversation. So it's basically predicting. The right responses to say. Based on the questions you give it. Now I'm thinking like if you take the same type of algorithms and models that are used to create this AI. What if people start wanting to create their own? Doing what? Their own brand. Not necessarily the current, but we know we know we know the challenge of the last one without that. No one will ever be able to create a book like this, but they're going to attempt to with these, right? And it may confuse people based on some of the remarkable language it comes out with. It may not necessarily be at the level of the Quran, but it may be remarkable enough to get people or fool people or because people. There's already been books out there that have pulled people, yeah. But at least in our modern world, right? In history, there were many liars and people who made proses and put a few lines together to make it seem like it's very magical or but you know you know why I think it would never. So okay here poetically it may, I don't want to mimic but it can follow the pattern of the Quran. The problem though is the AI is going to have is that the information that is given to us in the Quran is obviously my divine source. And that information is even certain thing that humans don't know, right? So for example, how many times have we discovered something later on? A generation before I had no idea what I was talking about. But yet, I'm sorry, the generation later was able to all kind of piece to the other. Oh, that's what the Quran is referring to. And I don't think AI will be able to because it doesn't have knowledge of the unseen to be able to duplicate that.

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"delhi" Discussed on TuneInPOC

TuneInPOC

03:33 min | 3 months ago

"delhi" Discussed on TuneInPOC

"Me things I love trying with me don't fight on me yeah baby ain't never going I could be paying on Delhi on my drink for the weekend you stay in jail when I was gone drinking love girl they need to put a wrong reason 'cause you wasn't me I couldn't stop reaching out with this guy jealous of me. I'm salty little boys keep playing you found a new

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"delhi" Discussed on TuneInPOC

TuneInPOC

03:33 min | 3 months ago

"delhi" Discussed on TuneInPOC

"Me things I love trying with me don't fight on me yeah baby ain't never going I could be paying on Delhi on my drink for the weekend you stay in jail when I was gone drinking love girl they need to put a wrong reason 'cause you wasn't me I couldn't stop reaching out with this guy jealous of me. I'm salty little boys keep playing you found a new

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 4 months ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports I'm check freedom The baseball playoff races were all decided going into game one 62 both leagues played day games hoping for a drama filled day but instead just some individual accomplishments were on the line New York Yankee Aaron judge missed out on a Triple Crown didn't play in the final game and his three 11 batting average was 5 points lower than American League chip Minnesota twin Luis Arias judge says he's not ready to look back on his historic season We had an early game today and you know now the season's over if you got to get ready for the postseason so it'll be you know once completely over with and you know whatever happens happens and all the chance to kind of reflect on everything and what kind of happened While Arias became the fourth betting champion in twins history twins manager Rocco bell Delhi says Arias put a nice camp around his season with two walks at a double before coming out of the game Louie goes out there he gets on base three times and he's the American League batting champion So how often do you get a chance to say that The twins are not going to the postseason and the New York mets are Jeff McNeil won the NL batting title with his three 26 average Trying to get back to the player I knew I could be You don't have to last year in the last year wasn't a great year for me so kind of wanted to get back to who I am The Kansas City Royals are moving on They have fired manager Mike Bethany and pitching coach Cal eldred the royals never did contend They were largely out of the race for most of the season Matheny becomes the 5th manager to be fired this year Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly went out a winner His final game as the Marlins manager Marlins defeated the Atlanta Braves 12 to 9 madly announced earlier last month that he would not seek a new contract His team finished 69 and 93 The wild card round starts tomorrow NFL wide receiver Cole Beasley has decided to retire after 11 seasons Beasley saw time in two games for Tampa this year The protester who ran onto the field last Monday night in the LA rams San Francisco forty-niners game has filed a report with the Santa Clara police department He was tackled on the field by rams linebacker Bobby Wagner Check freedom AP sports

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Protests in India against release of 11 convicted rapists

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 5 months ago

Protests in India against release of 11 convicted rapists

"Hundreds of people have held demonstrations in several parts of India to protest a recent government decision to free 11 men who had been jailed for life for gang raping a Muslim woman during India's devastating 2002 religious riots The protesters in the country's captain New Delhi chanted slogans and demanded the government in the western state of Gujarat rescind the decision protester shabnam hashmi recalls the horrific details of the rape A woman was raped and her three year old child was killed and along with that 14 other members of her family but were killed by these 11 people Released on suspended sentences on August 15th when India celebrated 75 years of independence were convicted in 2008 of rape murder and unlawful assembly The victim who is now in her 40s said that the decision by the Gujarat state government has left her numb and shaken her faith injustice

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One scandal too many: British PM Boris Johnson resigns

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 7 months ago

One scandal too many: British PM Boris Johnson resigns

"As prime minister Boris Johnson announced his resignation many UK citizens were relieved he is finally stepping down After three tumultuous years in power Johnson has succumbed to pressure from his own cabinet and party to give up his position I know that there will be many people who are relieved And perhaps quite a few who will also be disappointed Indeed on the streets of London many were relieved to see Boris Johnson leaving no 10 Downing Street even Conservative Party voter Susan palm was happy to see him go Boris has to go He's a disgrace Investment banker he met Delhi way said it was about time Johnson accepted the feat By the end of the day it seemed like he was just going to keep on but I guess he's figured it out that it's time for him to go Big issue magazine vendor Frank Thomas was worried about what the future now holds for Britain after Johnson's departure I don't think things will get better for a long time Things have to get really really worse before they get better Karen Chammas London

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"delhi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 7 months ago

"delhi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"They didn't address it. And just to go back to Delhi's point on the point too, that Taylor was making two about when you look at real yields here. There's also this consensus and you heard this from Dudley and the interview and not necessarily in the column. And you've heard this from a couple of the market strategists out there. The idea that investors are now starting to pay much more attention to the real returns, I guess, with regards to whether it's in equity market or other risk assets. And that's becoming yes, Taylor. What did we learn today? What have we learned? I don't know. I didn't know what this was a lesson. What's happening? At the top of the hour, Kevin Nicholson taught us not Tina and my mind is linked to Katie. Attention to income. The income. That fixed income actually, sorry to cut you off from me. Maybe it offers income now. Bonds, they actually pay out something now. Yeah, and look, guys, I mean, it's becoming a big issue. And like I said, I think you've already seen that the consumer level when it starts to trickle up to the investor level where they start to sort of moving away from abdominal measurements to some of those real measurements. Then what does that mean for market right now that still holding at what 3800 a little bit under that? Do we go further higher or do we go lower? Also a good reminder of just the politics associated with inflation today because this was make no mistake a hearing obviously in front of the lawmakers, but it was politics after politics after politics with Democrats and Republicans Taylor just hammering. The fed chair about their constituents feelings when it comes to inflation. Yeah, we're certainly hearing a lot of the political aspects of this with the president blaming Putin and we have to take responsibility to hold him accountable. But if you're just trying to fill up your tank of gas to get to work and trying to go to the grocery store to fill up your food for the family, it's hard to make us pay more to punish someone else across the world. I don't want to get into politics, but I think that narrative is shown just how tricky it can be when you have a lot of Americans saying we just need to fill up our car. Yes, price is down for over the last week every single day, but still close to 5 bucks a gallon nationally. That is going to

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Josh Mandel: America First Is a Governing Philosophy

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 9 months ago

Josh Mandel: America First Is a Governing Philosophy

"Listen facts are facts and the fact is in this race for U.S. Senate in Ohio The election is a week from tomorrow And so if your listeners want to make an impact and elect someone who's going to be like a Ted Cruz or a Jim Jordan in Washington there's only one candidate like that in this race It's me Josh mandel And you go on my website Josh mandel dot com And it says very clearly pro God pro gun pro liberty pro Trump And let me break those down if I could real quick pro God meaning protecting life from conception to natural death protecting the judeo Christian bedrock of America protecting our religious liberty Pro gun meaning that the Second Amendment shall not be infringed period our right to bear arms was given to us from God and we will use it to protect our families and our constitution Pro liberty meaning that the liberty of us as individuals is something for which brave men fought for With blood on their feet marching through the snow in 1776 and brave men and women have fought for for many generations And centuries in this country Pay the ultimate sacrifice in places like Iwo Jima Normandy Omaha beach And we now are generation Mark We have to defend that liberty And pro Trump meaning that I'm for the America first agenda and listen the left and the media they think America first is a slogan It's not a slogan It's a governing philosophy It means putting the American people first when it comes to protecting our jobs and making sure we bring jobs back from Shanghai jobs back from Mexico City jobs back from Delhi It means securing our border not because we hate foreigners but because we love America We love our family and our friends and our communities And so if you like what you're hearing wherever you are in America wherever you are in the world listening I appreciate you going on my website Josh mandel dot

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"delhi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

05:22 min | 9 months ago

"delhi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"Listen to tool stories on monocle 24, brought to you by the team behind the urbanist, the show all about the cities we live in. Looming over India's capital, the Red Fort in Delhi has been a symbol of India's freedom, ever since the country's first prime minister hoisted the Indian flag from its ramparts in 1947. Now though, a woman living in a slum dwelling in Kolkata has staked a claim to it, saying she is the oldest surviving descendant of the last Mughal emperor of India. To find out more, get and Julie Krishna brings us this tall story. Few have started landmarks to find India's capital, the way the Red Fort does. Every year, the nation's prime minister makes us Independence Day speech from its iconic ramparts. Thousands gather beneath the fourth massive walls of red sandstone to listen. A tradition since 1947, when the newly minted nation's first premier JaVale nehru unfurled the national flag against a beautiful monsoon sky. Today the Red Fort complex is on every tourist itinerary, a Unesco World Heritage monument that positively pulsates with life. Outside, there's old Delhi's chaotic traffic, flocks of pigeons and hawker selling everything from spices to bangles to dubious antiques to souvenirs. Inside its grand old battlements, a monument and garden complex spanning over 121 acres lives and breathes. Walk along its numerous crenellations where its founder, the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan once commanded his armies, and it becomes easy to see why the Red Fort has been a seat of power from the time that it was built in 1639. Later, in British India, it became a symbol of Indian independence. Shah Jahan's descendant, the 82 year old bahadur Shah zafar, more a poet than an emperor, became the reluctant leader of the first pan Indian rebellion against colonial rule in 1857. The rebellion now known as India's first war of independence was defeated. Zafar was exiled to Rangoon. Now Yangon and Myanmar. Red Fort fell to the British and after independence to the Indian government. And now, one and a half centuries later, zuffa's heirs wanted all back. Needs Susanna begum, who lives in a cramped house in a crowded slum on the outskirts of Kolkata. She survives on a 60 pound pension that she began receiving after her husband, said to be suffers great grandson, died in 1980. Sultana says the Indian government gave a pension to her husband, Mirza Muhammad beda. Acknowledging the fact that he was the descendant and heir of suffer. Among the meager possessions that this unlikely royal has today is proof of her marriage to him. For years, Susanna supported herself by running a tea shop. Sadly, some time ago, it was demolished to make way for a new road. Finally, in December 2021, to the bemusement of delete, she lodged a case in the high courts taking her claim as the rightful owner of Red Fort. The court rejected her petition as a gross waste of time. Questioning why the claim was made over a 150 years after zafir was exiled to Rangoon. But sultana is ailing and destitute, and now she plans to challenge the court's decision. If not the Red Fort itself, she says, the government at least owes her a fraction of the tourism revenues that the fort and indeed other Mughal monuments like the Taj Mahal generate today. So far her case has been met mostly with ridicule, but is it fair, Saldana asks for the descendant of the Mughals who built the Red Fort and Taj Mahal to languish in such abject poverty? Back at the fort, hawkers continue to hawk, guides continue to swarm unvaried tourists out to see Delhi's grandest Mughal monument. They might be ignorant of the fate of the historical thought that enables them that daily living. But at a time, when the repatriation of antiquities is being increasingly seen as the way to write old wrongs. Susanna's claim has made many others wonder. Who does the Red Fort actually belong to? You've been listened to tall stories, a monocle 24 production, and today's episode was written by git and Julie Krishna and produced an edited by David Stevens, and remember to tune in on Thursday, for the full 30 minute edition of the urbanist. Managed tuck. Goodbye. Thank you for listening, city.

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Small museum known for ground zero tours could shut in weeks

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 11 months ago

Small museum known for ground zero tours could shut in weeks

"New York's nine eleven tribute museum is poised to close within weeks the nine eleven tribute museum dates back to two thousand four at the site of a former Delhi steps away from ground zero nine eleven tribute museum is about the survivor community it's about those people that came down here as heroes to help support the rebuilding of lower Manhattan and are now sick with the toxins that they experience down here five million visitors have been through the museum but co founder and CEO Jennifer Adams Webb says the corona virus has hurt business unfortunately in March of twenty twenty we had to close our doors for six months and that really was difficult on top of the move and then we were able to re open in September of twenty twenty the outlook for the tribute museum is not good but we are still hoping that a champion could step forward Adams web sees a window of opportunity it is in the millions but it's not insurmountable the nine eleven tribute museum relies heavily on admission and tour fees I bet Donahue

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Rock Hall of Fame to Dolly: Voters will decide if you're in

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

Rock Hall of Fame to Dolly: Voters will decide if you're in

"The rock and roll hall of fame is refusing musician Dolly Parton's request to bow out of consideration for induction I'm marquees are loaded with the latest digital Delhi Parton withdrew her nomination for induction into the rock hall earlier this week because she felt she had not earned that right the rock calls responses that's up to which voters to decide the rock and roll hall of fame foundation says in the statement it's sent out the balanced which twelve hundred general voters earlier this month that includes pardons name and sixteen other acts the voting body consists of musicians and industry insiders the foundation says from the beginning rock and rollers had roots in R&B and country and it's not about any one genre but a sound that moves youth culture

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Portugal ponders how to hold election amid omicron surge

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Portugal ponders how to hold election amid omicron surge

"Authorities authorities in in Portugal Portugal of of wrestling wrestling with with a a conundrum conundrum how how to to hold hold a a general general election election scheduled scheduled amid amid a a surging surging coded coded nineteen nineteen cases cases around around four four hundred hundred thousand thousand people people accompli accompli in in isolation isolation in in a a country country of of just just ten ten point point three three million million and and political political leaders leaders say say they're they're trying trying to to figure figure out out how how to to organize organize the the buffet buffet for for January January thirty thirty that that considering considering waiving waiving isolation isolation rules rules so so that that people people can can vote vote or or reducing reducing isolation isolation periods periods another another option option being being making making available available more more polling polling stations stations I'm I'm voting voting booths booths to to avoid avoid crowds crowds gathering gathering and and extend extend early early voting voting possibilities possibilities meanwhile meanwhile the the surge surge shows shows no no sign sign of of slowing slowing with with New New Delhi Delhi infections infections reaching reaching almost almost forty forty thousand thousand a a new new record record I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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"delhi" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"delhi" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Why not? But yeah, gosh, what a great platform that was. Yeah. You know, now you're kind of reduced to gun stores and pawn shops and gun broker. Right. And boy, I have been looking on gun broker and the prices have used guns on there are, aren't they? Yeah. And is it artificially high there more so than say if you're selling it at your store? Or is that just the price? No, they're artificially high. They are a lot higher there than because we wish they'll want to turn our inventory, right? And that's what it's about to us. Sure. But yeah, no, it is costly if people. And I'm amazed at how many transfers are still coming in, like check your stores. They probably have what you're looking for. Your stores out of business. Trying to transfers on new guns. So people are buying new guns online, get them transferred to the local store when the local store may well have had it in stock right off the bat. Right. And by the time you pay the transfer fee and the shipping, you probably could have gotten for that or for less buying it locally, keep your store in business. Absolutely. Check around, call around. Yeah, look, people say, well, I went to my store, they didn't have it. Okay, chances are there are other stores in the area. Right. Well, people right now will drive. And I'm just going to throw this out there because I don't know that this is what they're looking for. But you'll drive 75 mile radius for a set of Legos, but you. Won't go looking for this handgun anywhere. Really? Yeah. Is there a cabbage patch doll deal, right? Oh, I just had to have one. Just frighten the aisles here. Well, not that we wouldn't do that over primer. That's time and place for everything. Sure. They make Delhi tear away tags. You can put them anywhere you want to, you know. Number 7, 7. There you go. That's right. I'm thinking, just for fun, you start rumors online. Such and such a local store has primers, but.

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"delhi" Discussed on Bear Grease

Bear Grease

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"delhi" Discussed on Bear Grease

"Came from this book, borderlands Jaguars. You mean tigress de la frontera. Yeah, yeah, that was good. It was really good. Where did you hear about Delhi from? I've heard about Delhi for years. If you're in the hound community, you've heard of daily. I thought he was hands down my favorite part of this podcast. That storytelling. And I was curious when he started I just thought where on earth could where does he find these people? Yeah. How did you hear about him? I bet you liked him. Did.

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Rep. Brian Mast Frustrated That ISIS Suicide Bomber Was Released From Bagram Prison

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Rep. Brian Mast Frustrated That ISIS Suicide Bomber Was Released From Bagram Prison

"Brian man Is very wise man He's American hero He's my congressman in Florida as a matter of fact And it's always a pleasure to have you on the air Congressman how are you I'm frustrated sir as I know you are as well and host a different issue but proud to talk to you All right thank you First of all we hear that the suicide bomber that killed 13 precious American military personnel as well as well over a hundred Afghans was an ISIS terrorist who was released from the Bahrain prison as is correct This is absolutely correct And there's a really important compare and contrast that every American needs to be making right now between president Trump and President Biden So this terrorist I'm not even going to say his name because it should never be said This terrorist was handed over to us by India because he was captured trying to bomb a location in New Delhi He was turned over to our CIA and put in lockup back in 2017 So president Trump made him a candidate for waterboarding was able to extract ISIS targets from him and use him to kill terrorists The only thing that a terrorist should be used for is to be used to kill other terrorists That's the only thing they're good for President Biden released the same guy and he was able to now kill Americans That's the compare and contrast that every American needs to see on the way those two

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Climate activists in India join global protest

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Climate activists in India join global protest

"Climate activists who've taken to the streets in New Delhi that's a police barricade shouting slogans we have to run his around the world he does take stronger action to curb climate change the issue has risen up the political agenda in many countries amid warnings from scientists the world is heading towards dangerous temperature rises unless greenhouse gas emissions all cut sharply out of the New Delhi protest one nineteen year old tell C. A. P. just because there's a pandemic doesn't mean you stop working around the climate crisis right you have to take climate action I'm Charles Taylor that's my

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What Happened in Afghanistan?

Sky News Daily

01:43 min | 1 year ago

What Happened in Afghanistan?

"Across sky news on television mobile and our social channels. We've been reporting on the developments in afghanistan with was the fifteenth. Today that seemed to take some by surprise it led to questions about what the past twenty years has all been four following britain america and its allies presence in the country as the situation continues to develop. We wanted to examine the shifts in the geopolitical landscape since the shocking fall of kabul. I'm deborah hanes foreign affairs editor at sky knees. I'm never last some the ship producer. India reporter based in delhi almost exactly twenty years ago. Nine eleven the upshot from that. Just give us a a kind of really potted history of that evolution of the mission to afghanistan like you said. The invasion of afghanistan was to oust al qaeda and the taliban regime that had harboured the group on their soil and that was achieved in terms of the collapse of the training camps and the collapse of the taliban regime very quickly. And then you had a american british other. Nato troops on the ground and the mission started to evolve into one where they tried to set up and stabilize a government and bring democracy to the country. But that's a huge effort and well. They should have been completely focused on that effort. The war in iraq began was launched. The choice was made by the us to go into iraq on the futile hunt for weapons of mass destruction and that was a mission that the u k under tony blair as prime minister supported

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Dilip Kumar, Bollywood's Great 'Tragedy King,' Dies at 98

BBC Newsday

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Dilip Kumar, Bollywood's Great 'Tragedy King,' Dies at 98

"Dilip Kumar has died at the age of 98. He started off as a script writer but moved in front of the cameras in 1944 in the film noir butter. Oh, Jeannie Vaidyanathan reports from Delhi. Yeah, I've got a job to keep. Dilip Kumar was the face of an emerging Indian film industry. And an emerging India Morning Peshawar in 1922 in what is now Pakistan. He changed his Muslim name use of con to the Hindu Philip Kumar when he entered the film industry. In a career spanning six decades, he starred in some of Bollywood's most iconic films. He was the first ever recipient of best actor that India's equivalent of the Oscars the film Fair Awards and still holds the record for winning the honor the most times. And acting megastar in South Asia. He was awarded both India and Pakistan's highest civilian honours.

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"delhi" Discussed on The Current

The Current

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"delhi" Discussed on The Current

"It's time the time is right to unmask. And i think that Personally i feel that the masking Should continue at least in public spaces you know given that we have just come off of you know an incredibly large third ways And yes our community spreads certainly is lower but we are not at a point where we have a large proportion of the population fully vaccinated and we do have delta varian circulating in the community and these are all things that worry me So i think that you know as your Initial interviewee said it's a simple thing. So putting a mask on when you go to the grocery store or a restaurant or delhi Really is should not be a political thing it should be just a simple thing that protects everyone and i think that you know until we see fully full vaccinations at about probably closer to sixty five seventy percent then. I think that's the time when we can ease that particular restriction i think given the community spread That's low. I think you know easing other restrictions gathering. You know small gatherings those kinds of things Do make sense well. There's a big gathering about tapping into your province set. Of course being powdery stampeded as as you well know. And i was reading today. How in in some venues at the stampede. They're going to be asking for proof of vaccines vaccine passport or or they'll be supplying rapid tests on site does not give you some sort of from a public health perspective. Some sort of comfort. Yeah i mean. I think you know they have put some restrictions in i believe there are there are massing mandates in some enclosed areas. So i think that. They're trying their best to mitigate but you know it certainly is a very large venue with large numbers of people. And i think it will be very difficult to police. You know all of that. So i mean who. Who are. they going to test Who are they going to ask for vaccination status..

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When Should Teenagers Start Using Skincare?

Beauty IQ Uncensored

01:31 min | 1 year ago

When Should Teenagers Start Using Skincare?

"With had a lot of requests for these particular topic which is taint. Skincare and i thought there was no better person to have on then a repeat guest again dr john's from northern sydney dermatology and l. Welcome back to the podcast. Thank you for having me girls. I'm excited about this topic. I'm quite passionate about it. Obviously yeah the last time we spoke to you is about pregnancy skin care so if anyone listening hasn't gone listened to that and he's pregnant oh trying to get pregnant. Wants to know what they can and can't use going. Listen to that absurd very informative but tonight we're talking chains skincare so i wanted to stop with. How young is too young. Should leave waiting until concerns like congestions dot to actually happen before we introduced skincare into a chain retain. Look it's absolutely never too early to start teaching your kids about being healthy and that really extensive cost skin health as well as starting early really lies down the foundation for these to calm. The skin has various concerns depending on age and stage and it needs to be adjusted accordingly. Skin kidneys view justed coordinating obviously with time and obviously some protection copy taught to early. The first best time to use sunscreen was yesterday advising delhi retain should be in place for even from the age of ten win. Hormonal changes start to affect the skin. And of course preventions always easier than trading things. Once they will show up while those big problems months. i show up. it's hot. Fix them then to prevent

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Modern Luxury With Sonu Shivdasani of Soneva Luxury Resorts

Out of Office

02:55 min | 1 year ago

Modern Luxury With Sonu Shivdasani of Soneva Luxury Resorts

"Describe as the creators of luxurious and sustainable resorts. What does luxury mean to you. Yes so it. Luxuries awards That's been misused. Quite often people would refer to objects as luxury sometimes. You might hear someone saying fist. Gold is a luxury all models luxury or thick proud cockpit essentially luxuries that which is read that which is new to you but also true true in In in the way that it rings a in your heart when you touch it or experiences and so that that's in fact the funny enough guiding principle. So i'll i'll cool purpose. Believe very strongly that any organization must have a us beyond simply enriching. Shell does like a benign apartments and paying employees. A salary and when you can do that it can be very meaningful. And i'll co platypuses slow life engaging in imaginative like essentially we're offering our guest luxuries whilst minimizing our impact on the environment and also enhancing the health of our guests at the same time and the question is. How do that and we do that. By being creative and innovative ovation need structure. And so i've guiding principle that drives that structure that railway track the drives that engine of creativity. Is this phrase intelligent luxury we. We're taking the latin origin of intelligence into lego to try and understand what luxuries about. I think when you can do that when you question what for your clients especially when the context off our clients has changed so i recall when we opened back in the nineties. The people who had come to us were largely the landed gentry that inherited that wealth. Living in foams of big states though. Jerry have access to fresh air. Fresh foods face privacy and then that changed you have the internet revolution. You had the emergence of the brakes. Brazil russia india china reaganism factories. Over the last forty years. The successful have become urban. If you look at the sunday times rich list mighty percents all self-made oven longer. The landed gentry and so what. The successful took Granted in the pause is now wrapped that bit of fresh air is a scarcity in beijing closed schools for three or four hour weeks of the year. It's the same. I think in delhi some weights even singapore. They have that issue because of the lack of fresh air. So it's it's a rarity in another context Fresh food is a challenge and privacy and space us huge premium so so hence our brand offering to our guest this idea of inspiring a lifetime of wrecks experiences. But that's essentially what people want and we find the nowadays most of our clients a spending more money on experiences than products.

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"delhi" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"delhi" Discussed on WTOP

"Good morning. I'm Nick in Delhi. And I'm Joan Jones. A Catia James is our producer. Coming up. The Senate holds a hearing today on DC's bid to become the 51st state. A sweeping voting rights bill comes up for a key procedural vote today in the Senate. I'm Mitchell Miller today on the hill. Millions of Americans are making plans to get out of town for the July 4th holiday. W T o p News time is 8 31 D. C. Statehood is going before a US Senate committee today. Mayor Muriel Bowser will be among those testifying before the Senate Homeland Security Committee in support of making D C. The 51st state. The hearing today is just the second time in recent memory that the issue will be before a Senate panel and a familiar face will return to lend support to former Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman. Former chairman of the Homeland Security Committee, will speak at the start of that hearing bill. Supporters say that Lieberman can provide a non partisan perspective on why D C residents should receive a vote in Congress. Meantime, the growing battle over voting rights comes to a head today in the Senate, where a high profile procedural vote is going to take place more from W. T. O P S Mitchell Miller today on the Hill Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer knows he doesn't have the votes to overcome a Republican filibuster on Democrats sweeping legislation. Which would make it easier to vote early and by absentee ballot. But he wants to make sure to remind voters of what's happening in states across the country where new voting restrictions are being enacted. Donald Trump with his despicable lies has lit a fire beneath Republican state legislatures at Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says Democrats rationale for their legislation keeps changing, and he has no problem with blocking a bill that began in the house with the same Nakedly partisan motives on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T. O P News an election reform measure is expected to fail in the Senate today in the White House says it's just the beginning of the fight. The Senate version of the For the People Act would, among other things, expand vote by mail and early voting, notably in states that have recently passed new voting restrictions. With Republicans opposed to the measure. Tomorrow's test vote is expected to end in a filibuster. But White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the party's voting rights push will go on the president's effort to continue. That fight doesn't stop tomorrow at all. This will be a fight of his presidency. Stephen Portnoy CBS NEWS The White House, the Biden administration plans to endorse legislation that would end of the disparity and sentences between crack and powder cocaine offenses. It's something that President Biden helped create decades ago and reflects how his attitudes on drug laws have changed. Today. The acting director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy plans to express the administration's support for the bill for the president. It's a follow through on a campaign promise to support eliminating the sentencing disparity, which critics have said unfairly targets. African Americans Still to come, will take a look at whether the Taliban is sending signals about its plans once the U. S military withdrawal Cause from Afghanistan. It's 8 34.

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 India Virus Death Toll Passes 300,000, 3rd Highest in World

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

India Virus Death Toll Passes 300,000, 3rd Highest in World

"India has crossed another grim milestone of more than three hundred thousand people lost to the corona virus as a devastating surge of infections appears to be easing in big cities but still swarms the poor countryside the brownstone as recorded by India's health ministry comes a slow to vaccine deliveries of mall the country's fight against the pandemic forcing many to Mister Schultz and the rapid fatal fungal infection affecting trivet nineteen patients who's worried doctors in just a couple is the third highest reported in the world accounting for eight point six percent of the nearly thirty four point seven million coronavirus fatalities globally the the true numbers I thought to be significantly greater in the capital New Delhi residents have died at home with no oxygen as hospitals exhausted limited supplies and the Mumbai nineteen patients have died in crowded hospital corridors I'm Charles Taylor this month

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A Conversation with Shilpy Chatterjee of Sakhi.org

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

02:18 min | 1 year ago

A Conversation with Shilpy Chatterjee of Sakhi.org

"Are so excited to welcome chevy chatterjee of sakhi dot org. She'll be chatterjee received a degree and legal studies at the university of delhi and started her career as a farmer in tribal rights. Activists advocate shelby has worked extensively with survivors of gender based violence and worked as a domestic violence program advocate at the police precinct in queens new york city which gave her the unique opportunity to work closely with law enforcement in a current position as anti-violence program manager at sucky dot org she'll be continues to work with survivors of gender based violence. She'll be was awarded. The two thousand nineteen advocate of new york city award and received a citation from the new york state assembly for her work on behalf of survivors of domestic violence. Show be welcome to the show. Hi sonya thank you for having me. We are very excited to have you. And i did want to start out with a question. Pertaining to the fact that stocky dot org is one of oldest organization of its kind. And i want to know. How did you get involved. And what motivates you on a day to day basis in this incredibly critical wolf So i had been working with survivors of gender based violence in students and nine. And i knew that sake. The leader in the field and i was working directly with sake. What's the key was one of the critical partners so when time so presented i joined sucky team and it was three years ago and since then it has been one of the most fulfilling experiences of my life and it is so because it is an amazing team be. It is an amazing team of some really committed people and we bring in our stories and understanding of gender based violence so this whole journey of growing very very important to me and says i get to do that at five here gift to expedience at. Its second that. I value my time here. So

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Glimmer of Hope Seen in India, but Virus Crisis Not Over Yet

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Glimmer of Hope Seen in India, but Virus Crisis Not Over Yet

"With over twenty four million confirmed cases and two hundred seventy thousand deaths in just case load is the second highest after the US experts though believe the country's steeply rising club may finally be flattening officials are hopeful but it's still too early to say things are improving with Mumbai and New Delhi representing only a sliver of the overall situation for one drops in the national caseload of a marginal largely reflect falling infections in the handful of states with big populations and all high rates of testing so the nationwide trends represent an incomplete and misleading picture of how things are faring across India as a whole confirmed to daily cases have been averaging around three hundred forty thousand I have dipped to more like three hundred thousand for the first time in weeks I'm Charles there this month

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People Rush to Get Vaccinated in Virus-Hit India

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

People Rush to Get Vaccinated in Virus-Hit India

"India is trying to vaccinate millions as a second wave of could be nineteen infections devastates the country the bombs the vaccination is surging in India the people standing in long lines outside centers around the country New Delhi medical officer well servicing says numbers have doubled in the recent period before some days he got accident thing at all five hundred to six hundred people now we are expanding our own nine hundred eleven hundred people a day but the process is often confusing marketing professional good luck thing says getting an appointment can be hard caption reading for a streaming as well you're not getting so many offers on our own and so many more growing banking centers and not being able to access those involved old primo Levi one hundred seventy million vaccine doses have been administered since the country began in chelating its vast population I'm Charles the last month

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The Coronavirus Is Ravaging India

Short Wave

01:23 min | 1 year ago

The Coronavirus Is Ravaging India

"I've got lauren. Freyer international correspondent based in mumbai india. With me hey lauren. Hey mattie so weeks into this massive surge of new cases i mean how would you describe the situation there. I would describe it as a five alarm health emergency and the alarm just keeps on going like it's been weeks of this. Hospitals are overwhelmed. People are dying in parking. Lots of hospitals waiting to get in people are dying at home unable able to get an ambulance. I mean imagine calling nine one one and no one ever answers for weeks. India is seeing shortages of pretty much every tool country needs to fight a pandemic so hospital beds hospital workers because you know in some cases half of them are sick to medical oxygen antiviral drugs shortages of test kits. So you know. Four hundred thousand cases a day sounds like a staggering number scientists modeling. This say it might actually be more like five million cases a day here. Crematoriums are working nonstop like a public park. In delhi was turned into a mass cremation ground. And i spoke to a public health official recently. Who's supposed to be working on. Malaria prevention. his job now is to count bodies all day long and his biggest concern is finding enough firewood for all of these funeral. Pyres

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"delhi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"delhi" Discussed on KCRW

"Well, the president has said, You know, I'll do the campaign and into governing that he is definitely committed to raising the minimum wage is committed to the $15 an hour. Um, and you know he talks a lot, and this is so important. There's so many of those essential workers have been out there toiling retail workers, grocery store clerks. Um, you know, child care workers in the like who really need a raise and raising the minimum wage is court of that value in court of rewarding that really important work that they're doing and quite frankly, really important for the recovery. Okay, that is Heather Boucher of the White House Council of Economic Advisors. Thanks for your time today and please come back and keep talking to us as we figure out where this is headed next. Thank you. For months, Farmers in India have been protesting around New Delhi. They're demanding the repeal of three laws passed by Indian Prime Minister Modi's government in September. The new laws deregulate wholesale produce markets and the farmers fear loss of state protections will hurt their livelihood. Protest turned violent last month when tens of thousands of farmers crossed into New Delhi. Several 100 police were injured. In recent days. High profile celebrities like singer Brianna and environmental activists credit tune Berg have tweeted out their support in solidarity with the farmers. Sitting on 2 May is a columnist for The Wall Street Journal. He wrote a piece yesterday called Brianna Rallies to the wrong cause in India. Welcome to the program. Good to be here, eh? So why do you think this is the wrong cause, and what's wrong with celebrity embrace of it? There's nothing wrong with the protests per se, but I think the way in which the Protests have been portrayed in the Western media eyes, a bit of character, and I think the way most of us are viewing this in the in the U. S. Is As a contest between these noble sons of the soil, who are the farmers up against Turkish government that is in bed with evil corporations. Fred that the perception is that perhaps India's actually being quite gentle, comparatively, when it comes to how they're dealing with protesters on DSA some of these protestors, especially on the outskirts of Delhi, they haven't given in right despite the fact that the government says look, will delay the implementation. Of these laws for 18 months. What's going on there? What are the politics? We don't know. So that's absolutely true. That is a tricky thing to talk about, because obviously, some of the things that the government has done have been heavy handed. Right. For example, the intern Internet shutdowns right now, if you look at the pictures coming out of the protest sites is barbed wire. There's concrete barriers, all of it looks, you know, quite intimidating. If you compare how the government has treated these protesters to Howard treated protesters last year in an anti citizenship protests that were taking place, they have been far more careful. I don't say that this is because the government has suddenly discovered That it likes human rights. But for the simple reason that the farmers are a very powerful political constituency between 40 and 50% of India's workforce, consists of farmers. So the government has been very careful about the optics. Is it also cause they're not Muslim for sure, And that's partly because the government in particularly the ruling party and news channels associated with it have tended to demonize the Muslim minority and the Muslim minority very easily demonized, whereas this is much more complex. Not only are they farmers, but many of the farmers are six. Many six was serving in the army. It just becomes a little bit harder for them to use the usual playbook, which is to paint anybody who is opposed to government policies as somehow being opposed to India itself. I want to come back to the issue of celebrity support. What's the government and public response been to this because I'm sure once there is this kind of high profile solidarity, so to speak. It effects kind of how these things play out. The government response has been over the top. They have responded as though Rihanna was not an individual but an enemy country. They have marshaled Indians, celebrities, both Bollywood actors and famous cricketers in a way that is really reminiscent off quasi authoritarian state. Where you have dozens of these celebrities tweeting exactly the same words at the same time and talking about how India is under threat and how India is going to stand up for itself. So the government has really you know, it's it's over, reacted badly in his made this a much bigger international story that it would have been otherwise. And it has frankly confirmed the fears of many that India is Sliding away from democracy to more authoritarian direction That was sedan and do maybe is a columnist for The Wall Street Journal writes about India and South Asia. Thank you for your time. Thank you for having me.

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"delhi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"delhi" Discussed on KCRW

"While the president has said, you know, I'll do the campaign and into governing that he is definitely committed to raising the minimum wage is committed to the $15 an hour and you know he talks a lot, and this is so important. There's so many of those essential workers have been out there toiling retail workers, grocery store clerks. Um you know, child care workers and the like, who really need a raise and raising the minimum wage is court of that value in court of rewarding that really important work that they're doing and quite frankly, really important for the recovery. Okay, that is Heather Boucher of the White House Council of Economic Advisors. Thanks for your time today and please come back and keep talking to us as we figure out where this is headed next. Thank you. For months, Farmers in India have been protesting around New Delhi. They're demanding the repeal of three laws passed by Indian Prime Minister Modi's government in September. The new laws deregulate wholesale produce markets and the farmers fear loss of state protections will hurt their livelihood. Protest turned violent last month when tens of thousands of farmers crossed into New Delhi. Several 100 police were injured. In recent days. High profile celebrities like singer Brianna and environmental activists credit tune Berg have tweeted out their support in solidarity with the farmers. Sitting on 2 May is a columnist for The Wall Street Journal. He wrote a piece yesterday called Rianna Rallies to the wrong cause in India. Welcome to the program. Good to be here, eh? So why do you think this is the wrong cause, and what's wrong with celebrity embrace of it? Well, there's nothing wrong with the protests per se, but I think the way in which the Protests have been portrayed in the Western media eyes, a bit of character, and I think the way most of us are viewing this in the in the U. S. Is As a contest between these noble sons of the soil, who are the farmers up against Turkish government that is in bed with evil corporations. Fred that the perception is that perhaps India's actually being quite gentle, comparatively, when it comes to how they're dealing with protesters, Um and some of these protestors, especially on the outskirts of Delhi, they haven't given in right despite the fact that the government says look, will delay the implementation. Of these laws for 18 months. What's going on there? What are the politics? We don't know. So that's absolutely true. Now is a tricky thing to talk about, because obviously, some of the things that the government has done have been heavy handed. Right. For example, the intern Internet shutdowns right now, if you look at the pictures coming out of the protest sites is barbed wire. There's concrete barriers, all of it looks, you know, quite intimidating. But if you compare how the government has treated these protesters to Howard treated protesters last year in an anti citizenship protests that were taking place, they have been far more careful. I don't say that this is because the government has suddenly discovered, uh, that it likes human rights, but for the simple reason that the farmers are a very powerful political constituency. Between 40 and 50% of India's workforce consists of farmers. So the government has been very careful about the optics. Is it also cause they're not Muslim for sure, And that's partly because the government and particularly the ruling party and news channels associated with it have tended to demonize the Muslim minority and the Muslim minority very easily demonized, whereas this is much more complex. Not only are they farmers, but many of the farmers are six There, many six was serving in the army. It just becomes a little bit harder for them to use the usual playbook, which is to paint anybody who was opposed to government policies as somehow being opposed to India itself. I want to come back to the issue of celebrity support. What's the government and public response been to this because I'm sure once there is this kind of high profile solidarity, so to speak. It effects kind of how these things play out. The government response has been over the top. They have responded as though Rihanna was not an individual but an enemy country. They have marshaled Indians, celebrities, both Bollywood actors and famous cricketers in a way that is really reminiscent off quasi authoritarian state. Where you have dozens of these celebrities tweeting exactly the same words at the at the same time and talking about how India is under threat and how India is going to stand up for itself. So the government has really you know, it's it's over, reacted badly in his made this a much bigger international story that it would have been otherwise. And it has frankly confirmed the fears of many that India is Sliding away from democracy to more authoritarian direction That was sedan and do maybe is a columnist for The Wall Street Journal writes about India and South Asia. Thank you for your time..

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"delhi" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"delhi" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"J S Jody Delhi's Dear Basketball first Paul Rogers last night kicks to the right middle and shoots. The three got It. Finally, first three points of Charles Midland's Louisville career. The grant There's Paul Rogers on the call last night, Jody, But as we know the cards came up short again against Clemson. Yeah, they could have used a few more Charles mainland or anyone three pointers. It was pretty dreadful. As far as shooting goes last night, and Terry, you and I have talked about this a lot, You know, I mean, it's very easy to see the deficiencies of both Louisville and Kentucky that year and for Louisville. Harley Jones is the best player on the floor. But when David Johnson doesn't play well, Louisville's not a very good team that's not take anything away from car leak and how good he is. David Johnson makes them go, and I thought last night is as as bad as he was against Miami. I thought last night was just dreadful as far as how they, d. J was on the floor, so just a very tough night. For the cards all around. I'd say he still plays well, 85% of the time. David Johnson I'm talking about. Yeah, no, no doubt about it. He's just has some inconsistency. And you know when he starts off a little slow, and last night, I thought the worst part about it was a couple of guys. I thought Didn't take a couple shots that they should have when you when when you're missing all those shots. You just it's at at one point, you just gotta keep shooting. So the world Global women keep shooting and they'll keep playing tonight. They'll play their 11th game of January tonight. His number one Louisville, host North Carolina at eight o'clock in the KFC. Yum Center over on cars radio 7 90 Kort about 7 40. If for the pregame number 15, Kentucky will host Alabama at six 31st of two games this year in rough arena for the UK women's team there, 11 and 443. In the SEC. Alabama 12 into Western Kentucky Senator Charles basking in one of 15 members off the watch list for the Naysmith, men's basketball National defense of Player of the Year. As of yesterday, basket led the nation in total blocks, rebounds and double doubles. He also ranked second in the nation and blocks per game and defensive rebounding per game. As well as third in total rebounds. He has just been an absolute stud or western Kentucky this year in Indiana's trace Jackson Davis among 10, finalists for the Karl Malone Award, which is given in the nation's top power forward in the country. The FCC plans to return to its normal eight game divisional format, and Notre Dame is going back as an independent. The 2021 football season schedule was released today. They have Released the Louisville schedule. Global Opens against Mississippi in Atlanta Mercedes Benz Dome down there for the Chick fil A Kickoff game. It is Global has seven home games for road games in that one neutral site of game against Mississippi. Couple of key dates. Louisville hosting Clemson on November. The six the Cardinals play Friday night game against Central Florida on September 17th. And a Thursday night game away against Duke on November 18th, Kentucky the season finale there on November, the 27th and Terry did. Shawn Watson has requested a trade officially from the Texans, according to ESPN. He made that request a week or so ago. The Texan's new head coaching hire David Coley, who is, uh, who was the Ravens quarterback coach said today in a press conference that he didn't think he could probably change this Young Watson's mind, Watson Signed a four year $156 million contract extension in September. That's 40 and our boy Ian is off today, Jodi. But is there any chance he could wind up in Chicago, which, of course, would torch me Because I'm a Packers guy, and then we'd be in the same division. I mean, I guess it's gonna be interesting to see how this kind of sorts itself out. I'm not sure there will be a lot of suitors lined up to get the show on Watts. And you can bet that All right. Look forward to Thanks. Coming up, Newscaster. We're gonna talk to Whitney Harding in Columbus, Ohio, Former Louisville sportscaster who's working up there now in the land of the Buckeyes on the way on news radio 8 40 w h A s. This report is sponsored by compassion. International News Radio. Wait 40 w h a s traffic. Did you make it out this afternoon? Most of the roadways in pretty good shape this afternoon, some of the neighborhood streets some of the more rural roadways, parking lots, of course. Still, maybe. Ice and snow coverage to still be careful out there. We have stalled vehicle 64. He's found out around the Snyder Freeway, clearing up accidents and National Turnpike and Mount Holly Road near Fairdale, innit Pospelova Road and Taylor Avenue. Three vehicles involved in an injury accidents there, but they have called the tow trucks to come in and clear this scene. There are next report in 10 minutes..

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"delhi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"delhi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"At some of the farmers, authorities have shut off the Internet in parts of Delhi, and now farmers have stormed the red fort and that's 1/17. Century Mogul fort in the heart of Delhi. It's really iconic on the deli skyline and the farmers climbed up the ramparts of this fort and are waving flags there and chanting slogans against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Wow! Esso! What has been motives response? Well. Today, MODY attended a military parade and some ceremonies for Republic Day mentioned this national holiday. It's sort of like the Fourth of July. It's a day off work. It's a national holiday, and it marks 71 years since India's post colonial constitution took effect. So Moody presided over those ceremonies, but his government has been negotiating with these farmers for months. In fact, his government recently offered the farm unions A deal to suspend these controversial agricultural laws for 18 months, and the farm Union said No, they want them repealed forever, So it's really a stalemate right now. I understand you've just gotten back from a solidarity rally in Mumbai. What was that, like, so much more peaceful, Smaller. These rallies have been held around the country, including here in Mumbai, where I am, But I talked to ladies who are in their in their fifties who came out to show support for the farmers. They were dressed in white and orange and green, the colors of the Indian flag. And they really represent, you know, sort of people of all walks of life are expressing solidarity. We These farmers. These ladies told me that their grandfathers had been farmers. You know, So many Indian families have agricultural roots. You know a generation or two back, so it's It's really a big part of Indian identity, and these farmers have widespread support in the population. NPR's.

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"delhi" Discussed on Cordss

Cordss

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"delhi" Discussed on Cordss

"It's pretty copy by is the and But wait who. Don't get me wrong key. Just get that evening. It will be tag bought it on sept so much order but for the general public would say that it requires preparation about the. Let's say one one. And a half year. I get a chance to The that's how i came to know about. Ics to this is more personal choice. Not just got a full engineering interest more. You love engineering. And you want to serve the country so i think i was a very natural treistman. Okay you feel very connected when you heard about. Eso you've been great current rule. I prevented but i didn't hear electrical but other fans we're lights way. Righty central air conditioning will live so we took models resigning building management system with automated lights or get up get technical approvals all those things so these are very dickering macos going genetic telescope or you've got to pay major so Being in yes officer. You must be traveling and working. So how is e off his life with a bone foot. I there's something about Depending on the department compelling. But i brought me. What parliament About moose me is eighty percents of. Es i didn't influence me on from day-to-day pointing up saving. You know who did. I stop posting an area that you have particularly the name. At least fuss. Boosting may hundred employees will report. You are the first posting. Imagine boy before railway absolutely department does macau who by the top candidates media. I was office goes get checks. Cut any place. The mobile little have linked to a job. Those mcdonagh frequently apple pretty but artists making railway Why i didn't go for but very demanding department was again. You're is gonna pay off. Special is a very elevated fifty guests but very demanding department..

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"delhi" Discussed on Cordss

Cordss

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"delhi" Discussed on Cordss

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"delhi" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"delhi" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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