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Fresh "Delhi" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh "Delhi" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"COVID The BBC's Ana holligan is in Amsterdam They were in the air when the travel ban was imposed Around 600 passengers arrived at schiphol from Cape Town and Johannesburg After being held on the plains for hours they were allowed to disembark to be tested They'll be placed in quarantine eventually as a hotel near the airport while the authorities investigate whether they're infected with the new omicron variant The South African government says the country is being unfairly targeted Doctor Sonja gogu The South African government was very transparent with the entire world about this variant and their scientists have been forthcoming in providing data to epidemiologists public health experts and doctors And I think that's so important A storm is hitting parts of the Midwest and northeast just as holiday travelers return home CBS News meteorologist Jeff Barry Delhi We head into tomorrow tomorrow night and Monday morning in total What is he several inches of snow across the northeast of your traveling Just be aware could be snowy or icy roads up there It is small business Saturday Bruce Marcus is in Wisconsin Small businesses are especially important to northern Wisconsin where many rural communities don't have big stores just that could draw my own traditions of furniture store and saner Individuals are amazing in their support Jennifer bauman owns the Northland clothing company and three lakes Bauman says small stores like hers lack the quantity of the big stores.

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Fresh update on "delhi" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:52 sec | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "delhi" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

"India's colonial capital a trading hub that for centuries attracted immigrants and was shaped by them Belle's ring at a Taoist temple across from a mosque blaring the Muslim call to prayer Susan says the Chinese community here is dwindling We had a lot of Chinese neighbors but now they're all have migrated Over the years many have left seeking better opportunities abroad mostly in the west But more may leave now amid a wave of anti China sentiment sparked by the pandemic and by the latest tensions between Delhi and Beijing The Taoist temple is now empty except for two elderly men New LA I want in India Tony Liu has learned since childhood to constantly remind people he's Indian Even though he's of Chinese descent.

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

Mark Levin

01:40 min | Last month

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 | 2 months 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 | 3 months 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 | 5 months 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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Interview With Video Editor, Tony Chang

The Insider

02:36 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Video Editor, Tony Chang

"To this week's episode of the insider. My guest this week is a video editor. Why damian why you buy ask a video editor on a magic podcast. Well it's because it's tony chang. Tony thanks so much for agreeing to do the show. How are you this morning. Good how are you on lovely. Thank you now this whole week because the show drops are the monday this whole week. We've could tony chang week and we're dedicating it to downloads. Which is very exciting. Indeed a first of all your magic origin story. You've got twenty seven seconds that that long the c- do it and hiking. I guess beautiful up. Check your syllables though fat kid. Too much time Learn too much lie and think magic was supposed to be perfect disappointed then Found true love there. You go that rhymed Almost and it was only slightly off on the syllable count. I remember coming to visit manhattan about twenty years ago and on the genie forum or somewhere. I found out about the saturday afternoon. Hang out remember where it was underneath. It was underneath something pizza. Place or delhi or something went up and said was greeted really warmly and said the card magic and somebody said oh you need to sit down with cancun's ellen and so i did and he proceeded to mess with my mind about half an hour but everything about that. Scene seemed really warm and welcoming to allow me outside. What's it like being in the new york. Magic scene was it was it inside well. That's that's interesting that you say that. So you went to a shop. Like with wesley james and all this but it was eastman on a baseman Things acknowle tacos i. That's that's an interesting way of putting it. I mean. I went to seattle for my college and that was the first time i really got to see magician because i grew up in idaho so like you fight as i did not see a a real magician went to college

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When Should Teenagers Start Using Skincare?

Beauty IQ Uncensored

01:31 min | 5 months 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 | 5 months 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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 India Virus Death Toll Passes 300,000, 3rd Highest in World

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 6 months 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 | 6 months 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 | 6 months 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 | 7 months 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 | 7 months 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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India's Covid-19 Crisis: What Happens Next and How Long Will It Last?

Short Wave

01:23 min | 7 months ago

India's Covid-19 Crisis: What Happens Next and How Long Will It Last?

"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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Indian Government Faces Lockdown Calls, Contempt Charges

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Indian Government Faces Lockdown Calls, Contempt Charges

"India's Supreme Court has ruled it in his government submits a planning meeting New Delhi hospitals oxygen requirements within a day meanwhile throughout the health crisis sweeping the nation Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's government pushed ahead with elections I refuse to counsel the giant Hindu festival the catastrophic such as badly dented Modi's political image up to you to praise last year for moving quickly to look down India's nearly one point four billion people when outdoors the iron due to way has cooled Modi's actions a crime against humanity efforts to scale up the vaccination drive a hand picked by the shortage of doses India so far has any administered a hundred and sixty million doses I'm Karen Thomas

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Devastating Virus Surge Spreads Impact Into India's Politics

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Devastating Virus Surge Spreads Impact Into India's Politics

"India has recorded over three hundred and sixty eight new coronavirus cases and over three thousand deaths in one day Johns Hopkins University put the total death toll it over two hundred and eighteen thousand the latest figures come a thirteen politicians have urged the government tax now Bible to get free vaccination drive I'll provide an uninterrupted flow of oxygen to all hospitals in New Delhi many hospital authorities pushed for legal proceedings of oxygen supplies as a local doctor Allen has been extended by another week to contain the spread prime minister Narendra Modi's government has been severely criticized over the handling of the sites which has pushed India's already fragile and under funded health system to the brink I'm Karen Thomas

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Indian court urges government action as hospitals cry help

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Indian court urges government action as hospitals cry help

"A call to the Delhi has said it will stop punishing governments officials who fail to deliver life saving oxygen the ruling comes as hospitals around the country struggle to secure a steady supply of oxygen leading to a surgeon covered nineteen deaths were also has recently been a slight drop in new infections India has reported over three thousand six hundred need death bringing the total number of deaths to over two hundred and fifteen thousand however experts believe both because on on the counts New Delhi resident or Vashi sama PDC Indian governments on KPLR prepared for anything we don't have enough ventilators in one hospital forget about all the whatever we need for the entire city ordinance that the city well it's national oxygen supplies have been trickling in Qatar Airways CEO Akbar out of the pocket says his company is dedicated to helping India and its time of need we are sending three at Freitas tomorrow and most detailed wanted anyone to Banglore and went to Mumbai I'm Karen Thomas

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Trillions of Cicadas Will Emerge After 17 Years Underground

Seattle Kitchen

00:25 sec | 7 months ago

Trillions of Cicadas Will Emerge After 17 Years Underground

"Billions of cicadas will be coming out of hiding. CBS news meteorologist Jeff Bro Delhi over the next few weeks along the East Coast and Midwest. The cicadas will emerge from the ground, shed their skins and partake in a month long mating ritual, making quite the scene, climbing trees and singing mating songs as loud as 100 decibels. That's the same intensity as a jackhammer. This

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Johnson Scraps Delhi Trip; UK Puts India on Virus 'Red List'

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Johnson Scraps Delhi Trip; UK Puts India on Virus 'Red List'

"British prime minister Boris Johnson will not be going to New Delhi amid surging coronavirus cases in India as Britain imposes a travel ban almost as it is from the vast Asian nation the British and Indian governments say in the light of the current corona virus situation Johnson will not be able to travel to India as planned the trip would have been Johnson's first foreign visit since the start of the corona virus pandemic more than a year ago it was a virgin is scheduled for January but was postponed then when infections sold in Britain India has reported a further highest daily wise since the start of the pandemic it now has more than fifty million infections second only to the U. S. Charles Taylor this month London

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"delhi" Discussed on UNPLUG & RAW

UNPLUG & RAW

05:34 min | 10 months ago

"delhi" Discussed on UNPLUG & RAW

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"delhi" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

Bellwethers Podcast

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"delhi" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

"Problem even now today is that i i love excellence okay so when my team works with the i really push for excellence so something that i've been really learning in especially in this period of kobe when we could not meet as a team in the office and we had to work from home. Something that i had to really learn was to pull back myself a little bit and trust my team to do the job so earlier. How it used to be was for example if a software guy he would code. I would look at the scored and rewrite the gaurd again. You know i was. I was a bit of a control freak. Because my whole thing of excellence but i still have excellence as i still push for. Excellence but also trust my team to give them grace so that i could pull back myself and let them grow. And there's a lot of trust needed in that you know as a leader you need to trust your people who are with you that they are up for the job and they can do exactly as your expectation is maybe not the way you think or not. Not maybe not the way. I do it but They will get it done if you if you trust them. If you give them grace area. I think that the trust part is actually a pretty interesting one because you know why we started the podcast so during the first episode. We actually have a team. We have the fives so shadow up all of the guys. You guys are awesome so we actually have our audience that. His name is ephraim soil. He actually stays up all night. So indian state of like three four. Am and he edits. Sometimes you know. And i asked him like no i. Don't i mean. Despite so shout. Death was a music books to in the beginning of the Y in september. We lots podcast. Is they He he. I had to check every episode side through listen to the diet resort on drive and the list and then uploaded and listened to on apple podcasts. Spotify to see everything all rights so that doesn't think the september but when it came forward like i could say that the last two is i've not listened to the original file because i know this guy it's going to be what he does is going to be awesome so he's gonna make it out and you know he's gonna make it out come out in his weight so you don't have to Keep tabs on. Everybody are that. And i think that's something adler Because as long as you trust your peeves in this process it's going to be ready hot For for you for you to trust anybody because you don't just hit the bed you know then you have to show that's leadership issue and he added second on. So why did you say i. It's better you know just mentioned about that. I think it's amazing too. Because as as you know. I i mean it's sweetie eight people and and he said you know you obviously the koran at that. I mean i. It's on conflicts. Of dines i've i'm judging anybody who used to be You know once to deal with all these things you know you understand the difference too. It's usually i mean amazon. Yuli let go of the team because for them on a couple of potential. You know you need to. I mean not netflix. Not completely free but you know you should actually keep them from abou- you know but the the the the space so that they can actually achieve us On koa true potential. And did i think that's the case. That's i think that's a great sexist but you are also worked out. So i think that's that's crazy and that's amazing as well so For my next question so You know though that'd be different things that comes up in your life their priorities and they'll be urgency's so how'd you find which is important in. How do you that. okay Most of these priorities. How i saw them out is based on time Whatever comes first whichever deadline comes first has higher priority but i think from a very long-term perspective how we deal with it. Is we put in a lot of preparation in terms of team and you know building the team and in terms of taking responsibility we put in a lot of preparation so that in case and urgency happens with the particular account or a particular klein. You know my team is already ready on how to deal with it. So for example. Know i rent on a back-to-back trip the hills and you know there was no network so i had clients texting me that this is not working that it's not working and you know you're in a fix when you don't know you know you don't have network and you want to solve the lines problem so i had to pull myself back and i called my team. That was in delhi and they did a great job at it so i think preparation preparation and basically building a team around around urgency proactively preparing for the future understanding. What if this does not happen on this breaks who will take care of it. What's the backup plan. You know that kind of planning really goes into the whole picture. So that's that's the I'm actually like the preparation. It's actually pretty amazing as well. Because you know how we actually the demand you know. And i hope the climate satisfied What what is he did so definitely allow. That's amazing. And do not think. I i think that's how we know by designing. I think that the same too i mean. I think that's most entrepreneurs in fact dukes where does impart him in war does so you know The you need to prioritize And and i think making that decision as octavia for the some feel like it's a hasty It's very hard to make that. Do i mean when when you have two very good options and you don't know what to do it. I think you had an fix to biaggi's so i mean that's a that's pretty cool so i wanna ask you this one. You know So we actually had now my like for a couple of episodes back and he was actually shouting. What his story Outpouring zandi the members of the team of ice and Is like miami at bogged. So i you four of you guys like the anti. So how do you relate your experience that it might like chatting you out very quick You know maybe a shocked the natty oughta on the shot thing.

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"delhi" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

Bellwethers Podcast

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"delhi" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

"Actually so much for listening to the bell but sparked gas this s matthews. We are back by neil episode with the back that the new person and we have somewhat thomas samuel thomas co founder and ceo of sputnik. There's a software company which will be dealing with a lot more in this conversation. And he's also pastor at a lighthouse delhi so we have a creative pleasant and fun fact that be actually a on on us we. I actually gave another. He was my senior colleagues. And i never do. That's been passed a menstruating. Nineteen so you know yes That's the interesting but this guy is amazing so put on your hands And some road please because we are coming fast. The sandwich comments out sam with the spark sam. Welcome to about to the podcast. It's an honor. Thank you thank you so much It's my honor to thank you for having me today. Coot so actually person to speak very minimal. So like you know he's of me by was and so So you know we might have to live through a bit to get something out of him. But i really whatever he's going to say is going to be so much as and see you and faster because has leadership that is something that has leadership has been called to do and not being a rarely find people with the to breeds being. See your company and also a faster so that is actually a different guarding plenty. A niece calling. But you know the is actually amazing assam. Do you mind telling about yourself in a very very short introduction. So i listen to scan to get to know you. Yeah interesting So i have the privilege of leading a church here in delhi and the name of a judge is lighthouse. And i also am involved in the tech so i have a company where we have a couple of guys. We developed customs officer. Lucians and mostly outlines are ngos and nonprofits and eso re deliver data visualization and. You know sofas that is not readily available in the market and you know that can be done for a cheaper price for our land. So that's something that we specialize matters. That's pretty cool. And so those of you guys who don't speak node We just dominated the he basically pretty looking apps looking softest so you know so just being on the same beats somebody get so. I think the first question that i want to ask you is because As a pastor and also software engineer how effectively are you able to manage steinberg as a pastor as a ceo or your company and as wadia since two thousand ten two thousand ten is when i passed out from my engineering and since then i was always a freelancer and i was also musician so so since then i had to really manage my time being a freelance musician and being a musician you know you never had like fixed timelines Like the band would practice any time or they would have gigs anytime since then. I had to somehow develop like a self disciplined routine to manage my time and something that has really worked for me is segmenting time. Let's call it. And which is basically like on a monday morning or on a sunday evening. I figured out how. I am going to devote my weekly time whether it is to lighthouse or whether it is to my company so for example right now. Monday tuesday and thursday. I've dedicated my time for my company and wednesday and friday is for my church where you know. I didn't prepare and spend some time for counseling. So something like that. I'm segmenting works every Every weekly on a weekly basis. And i use a lot of to do list Weekly to do list just to make sure you know what work spending what work has been achieved and work. What work needs to be. You know what what needs to be carried forward to the next week. So i keep more of short term goals and then see what is priority and then go at it. Wow that's pretty that's decent Manage time so i think you know. Even i had a lot of the sticky notes. That's how i actually do it so when he said to do not. I'm like yeah no the whole point. Do you actually taking about so again. That's very cool so Since the inception of sputnik On the On dot your company and house our advanced over the years so like i said you know when i got back after my engineering. I i was actually freelancing with a childhood friend of mine who was a v. Are childhood buddies from school. And we were just freelancing and we did that pretty well for five years but in two thousand fifteen. We got a project from of bel renowned company in delhi. You've got a project from them and you know we really did. Our homework. Really needed this deal so we tried to do everything to press. You know presented the best that we could get the deal but unfortunately we did not get the deal with. Do not get the contract. We lost contract. So i had the privilege of asking somebody embodied in that company on why we lost the ideal contract and something that they said was interesting and what they said was that they were not able to trust freelancers because freelancers are not reliable. They don't provide stability. What they were looking for was a company. And that's when i realized that you know me and my friend we will working as freelancers. And that's the perception that people had they did not see reliability instability in us so that was a motivation of starting spots. Nick as a company before then we would just freelancer so in two thousand fifteen is when we actually legally became like a foam and we have advanced lake. Pretty pretty rapidly since then because In two thousand fifteen we were a people of three and in two thousand twenty now right now. We have about eight people in our team and a couple of contractors when we need You know on on demand bases while you know. That's that's pretty amazing. How you actually like In five years you guys have grown at any extra. See the websites like ready You see what he had the name. Sputnik sputnik so. I just wanna ask you. Why did you name it spots thick. I mean it's already so in fact. My childhood friend was very fascinated by The whole idea of the russian satellite that was launched by the name of sputnik so we wanted to keep something very similar so we put as in between so. That's how it sputnik. Well that's pretty cool. Yeah i mean. Yeah i i was like for the first time and i was making it out. My offense actor competes and i was thinking they. That's the something there's a spelling mistake in. Life is better i but then he was like yeah. No that's how he actually did that so they go out and that was very cool. So i'm willing on leading team at shows. You know not as a as a as a leader for the leading its software developers I'll you the advanced as a leader in the leaders in over the years I would say. I would say i've learned by making a lot of mistakes. Made a lot of mistakes. And i've been leading team since right since college. And i am. Naturally a very relational guy. And i love having close knit people who you know an inner circles in all of that but my.

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"delhi" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"delhi" Discussed on The World at Large

"I knew she like tight. Control over by knows this bad. That kept him in her house. Because this guy by the way was forty one He was pulled out of school when he was twelve his mom and now it forty one. He's finally been released so very very sad stories. Really sad this not i. This is uncommon but this has been cases like this have been seen throughout history. Obviously the most famous one in paris with woman was locked up for over fifty years and the police went in there to get her and the name discovered it because one of the like servants ratted her out one of the maids. I believe and because they said they were just really suspicious. Knew it was happening with it. Rich family and the girl originally wanted to marry a peasant in france because it was that time and is like a lower class and so is usually a lower class lawyer in the parents said. No no. you're not gonna marry someone of such low class locked up this girl in paris for over fifty years when they found her She was like covered in her own feces. So in the police they had to leave the room after a few minutes because of how bad smell so stuff like that has happened in history. But this girl is. I mean this. This woman has happened yesterday. Right and they found this person in their house in stockholm. Do we have a motive or possible. One part seems like she was. She will denial so she says she didn't even do. It seems a little bit difficult to deny them which he's in your house. But you know i guess innocent until proven guilty. I guess all right guys. So i hope you enjoy that story. Hope you enjoyed all the stories. I did the indian. One of course is the most important one i would say Very interesting this. This is a big law over employs over half the population in india. So definitely keep an eye on that but until then We very much enjoyed being here today. So if you enjoyed as you heard in our intro you should definitely make sure to subscribe it. Leave a review and well should they did we in well they should make like georgy porgy one-two-three and compliment my shoulders and when they let a right a little paragraph after leaving a review on apple podcasts. Actually i let's pick something different instead of shoulders because we wanted. We want distinct. We wanted to make a distinction between all the pod point so instead of in shoulders which they complement your knees comment. Ian sneeze out a combined the covent. I don't my knees sensitive my knees your c of e and he loves it needs so complement his knees when you may leave review and if you do that you to just like georgy porgy we'll get shadow. Npr favorite listeners. Right now georgy porgy holds the gold so make sure again to share and the first link in the description of this podcast is the donation link sport us for literally a dollar a month a and so if you could just afford that w awesome i it just shows that you guys actually appreciate the content that we're doing But if not please at least make sure to share in subscribing leave review because that also helps us get more listeners. So i hope you have. You guys have a great day We are politics. One thousand one. This is the world out large seal later..

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"delhi" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"delhi" Discussed on The World at Large

"In sodas ian so anyway we're going to move on now to another story and this is happening over in brazil in the brazilian city of siri. Sima preannouncing christie. We're gonna go okay and what happened. is thirty. People participated in an attack on a bank which was put under siege for two hours and this resulted with local police. Also being unable to respond to the gang members. See djing the bank because the gang members blocked the streets. They had a ak's assault rifles and they were literally just shrouded the bank and they were blocking people from actually getting in and when the police tried to come members were returned. Fire until this allowed the peop- the they split up into two teams right like half of them. Defend the bank from police. The other half get into the volt And so that's kind of what happened. They set off an explosion in the bank. To steal electra. Money and surprisingly no one actually died. There is a gunfight but There are two injuries but no one actually died. I'm kind of picturing like old west style cowboy hats revolvers set. They all speak portuguese. Will you know kind of but give actually is is a bunch of guys in hoods with mastodon no cows they respect cova o. n. and they're just surrounding the bank and you can't see their face at all in the police are just shooting at them. The shooting back. I would say it's old western casino fair to each other. A stand back back for formal in these duels very formal. This was girl warfare. One more red dead redemption style. Oh yeah maybe canada's gonna send some cowboys down to you never know that's presumably the battleground between india and canada and so after the fact so we don't actually know how much money was stolen. All right we don't know but we do know that there was about one hundred fifty thousand dollars on brazilian currency hendra. Fifty thousand re ice stolen Not stolen directly but it was in the streets because there was money everywhere and the after vent thank set off an explosion in went all over the and they couldn't because there was like you know crossfire game members. Were probably not as well trained as the military so they had they had to get out of there and so that they took it out of there but they had to leave a lot of money behind and so there was a massive explosion in money was seen all over the streets and some people got arrested because some locals went to go pick up the money on the streets and then the police said you're stealing and arrested them so quite unfortunate indeed some mayor salvatore. Who's the mayor in chris. Ouma he he said this in a statement as mayor of christiana. I ask that you stay home. Don't leave home. In exercise all precaution he went on to say that the police need to base need space to do their jobs and will investigate why there was a shooting and this is not i would say this is. This is surprising but actually happens. A lot in brazil Just a few months ago. In june or july there was another bank that was attacked by gang members so it seems like it's kind of a hobby for them to go around and sack. Banks are hobbyists podcasting. Their harvey's going around in laying siege the banks and blowing them up have a we love our interests but apparently they're not cost playing cowboys now. They're just wearing hoods. Maybe they have the money bag with the money. Symbol on it. And they're walking around. The pinstripes can always hope and some reports have emerged at. This was not. This was not just a normal bank. In fact this was a regional treasury which means was a government sponsor bank machines government. Money was in which is even worse. Because there's one thing stealing from private sector is another one. You still the government's money because when you steal from other people government's not as mad when you steal from the government government big government. Ma backed bundy so the government was quite angry. If this was true but again the government has denied these allegations but the associated. Press speculated that maybe it is well a regional treasury and this is this is just a report going around interesting little theory but again not confirmed so you guys can sit on that thing about a while. You're doing that. We're gonna be talking about germany and a raid. That was just happened by the german police. So there's this flip. Party had more like a group called the wolf brigade forty four and the wolf brigade. Forty four is a far far far right group and they have they swastikas and they're very anti semitic. So you know the whole the whole bunch. And i mean you could tell they didn't name theirselves unicorns forty four kind of scary name Named after one of the most elite brigades nazi germany. so that's definitely not unicorns. Yeah so their fire at group. They operated in germany and they were just banned by the central government in so the german claims. The german government claims that will forget forty four wants to reestablish nazi like dictatorship in for that it requires is necessarily that they are outlawed. It's not like here in the united states. Where you could walk round neo. Nazi no is gonna touch you. It's pretty illegal to do that. In germany and the german what nope until they said this inequality whoever fights against the basic values of our free society will get to feel the resolute reaction of our government. There's no place in this country for an association that's sows hatred. An and works on the resurrection of the nazi state. So the german government using this as their little reason to allah ally were saying well. Now it's outlawed. You can actually do this. They raided eleven houses of the members of the wolf's brigade and this was done by on one hundred and eighty police officers in. what did they find. They found stuff such as swastika flags they found a shetty's and they found some crossbows. So there you go and the funds for the group that they used to like have their meetings were also taken so pretty interesting and this is not the only fireeye group has been at least four at this point in the past few months that have been outlawed by the german government for pretty similar reasons and that is establishing a nazi dictatorship. That's what they wanna do at least right but use their crossbows to overpower the police with their crossroads. Shucks i took my crossbow. We'll have to a cool toy a toy. It's a weapon. Ma all right so anyways very interesting story but we're gonna talk about our last story of the day this so very sad story but i thought it was definitely worth mentioning. So there's a seventy year old woman in sweden. She lives in stockholm. The capital of sweden and she was arrested on charges of locking up her son for twenty eight years in her house. Wow so this was discovered after so. This woman is seventy year old woman. She went to the hospital. She wasn't feeling too good. She went to the hospital and her relative She's she went to this woman who went to the hospitals apartment because she went to pick some fought for her right and she goes in there and just as man on the ground in this man. He's doesn't have any teeth he's covered in he's covered in like it's pretty gross. He's covered in like sores. And just he's looks quite unhealthy I mean as you would if you live in your house for twenty years without leaving and so this woman was arrested. She's denied all the charges. But the police said that there are no actual reported injuries. On this guy he's just be really unhealthy and so the relative who found this guy in the state Said that she said well..

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"delhi" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"delhi" Discussed on The World at Large

"Like a guaranteed price for if you let the free market decide the crisis then they'll be getting it for a lower price than what they would get if the government would just guarantee a certain way a certain price to buy it So singular essentially singular unit food would not be as valuable in a surplus year. So be good for the fact that people would not be hungry as much but it would be bad for the farmers and sense that they will not make as much money so before. If this happened again the government would subsidize them and so this this is where kind of the debate is going on. Is the government in the right. Is the government good to encourage more free market here or is it better for them to just subsidize the goods of the average indian fiber. That's the debate going on A canada decided that they were going to sida canada. They stepped in and they said we don't like this hindu-nationalist government trying to force new stuff onto the people. The farmers of india because canada under prime minister justin trudeau likes regulation. Trudeau is a big fan of regulation. He has he has said he likes it on multiple occasions and the indian government said in a statement. I going to be paraphrasing here. But they said well that's not appropriate. What you have to call his hindu-nationalist government which was revoking this reform. You actually have nothing to do with this canada and southerly he likes sniffing his nose in other people's business as well so it's really interesting that canada decided to release a statement based on that so india just counter don said well. Why are you talking about this. That's what you could do with. Somebody's talking bad about you. You say mind your own business basically India's doing yes so that that was a little bit of a weird skirmish going on between india and canada on the national stage. A war might breakout. I would be surprised then. We'll have some content. Oh there you go all right but before we get started. Let me tell you about a free platform called anchor. So what is anchor. Well as. I said it's free. And what can you do with this platform. Will you can upload and edit your podcast from your computer or your phone and will distribute it for you this entire apps. So if you're not an expert in anchor or you don't know anything about podcasts. Then that's all fine because anchor will do all of it for you. Anchor will send it to the most famous places for podcasts. Such as spotify apple in many many more. And.

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"delhi" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"delhi" Discussed on The World at Large

"The palestinian authority's been struggling lot economically as Are most countries in this world at this time with the coronavirus in so they. They really needed the money and they made they made the steel and now they have the money. And it's all it's all going good again. And so. The palestinian authority for minister said his name. Is rod oma maliki and right. Now we are. Sending a clear message is not only to the israelis not only to the biden administration but also to europeans many others that palestine and the palestinians already to re engage completely with israel. So that means they're not gonna hate each other as much gas. They're still gonna hate each other a lot but a little bit less. I got scared there if they stopped hating each other. We may have to stop this whole podcast whole segments. But your that does not mean. There's gonna be just means that they're going to be cooperating once again because israel palestine of operated for security purposes in terms of countering terrorism especially in the west bank dough quite an interesting story there Again that was one point. Two billion dollars that were sent to the palestinian authority so now israel's not one point two billion dollars in debt to them all right so let's move onto the biggest story that will be of the podcast. You guys on our instagram politics. One thousand one. You should go follow that You guys requested this a few times. I've also i've seen requested general lot about this and that we should cover the farmers in india. And what's going on there. Well lucky for you. I did research. I did read about it and i now understand it and i'm gonna tell you what's happening over there because it's actually really really important. Okay what's happening over there. It's happening well first of all. The protests have emerged india regarding the needs of the farmers again this has to do with the agricultural sector india to tens of thousands of people. That's right tens of thousands Has showed up to the indian capital of new delhi demanding a change in the recent law in the agricultural sector and agriculture in case you're unaware employs about fifty eight percent of the entire indian workforce. It's about fifteen of the indian economy but it's fifty percent of the workforce still disparity there but Tens of thousands of people. That's why it's not very surprising. So many people work in that field in india over one billion people so the protesters went to new delhi and they tried to get to the city but before they did that they had to cut off the city so they cut off the roads. Going in i'm going in and out of the city they used. They drove up to the city in in their tractors and they set up tents in the roads. The used tractors to block the roads. It just they were being really inconvenient. For the average new delhi citizen or delhi citizen because new. Delhi's inside of delhi. And so that's that's quite interesting and so according to people on the ground. I don't know this for sure but this according to the associated press i believe This was about thirty kilometers. Nineteen miles of people that were just spread out around the city. So that's certainly hard thing to ignore pretty out. I would say so of. Protesters attempted to actually enter the city. But that's where the police were like. No you're not actually coming in here. We already have a lot of cove it. There's literally millions of people in the city. We're not gonna be taking thousands of farmers until the police opened fire on the protesters but not not guns. Don't worry they used water cannons up. They used tear gas. But where water cannons if you don't know water cannons on things that firemen use giant hoses that spray tons of water time in it if you get hit with a water cannon. It's not like an earth gun. In fact it can hurt a lot of water coming at really fast pace. If you're on fire it'll put out that fire. So maybe that's what they were trying to do. Probably not it's so tear again. Tear gas was also employed but certainly important dimension that tear gas again is not lethal. It just makes your eyes hurt. A lot is so what were the protests. Actually about well. This was in regard to a recently revotes law by the indian government that requires all the agricultural outputs from its farmers to be sold at a minimum price which was fifty percent of the production costs so essentially the government would guarantee the farmers that it would buy a certain amount of goods which would the farmers produce them allow the farmers to make investments for the upcoming year. So they have a good. Let's say you still say they're growing like we'll just say we right and so they they grow this week fifty percent. So it's it's one hundred. Fifty percent of the production costs right so whatever it is plus big at fifty percent more than what they put into it in the government would guarantee they guarantee them that they would buy at that new at that price and so this was good for the farmers in the sense that will they were always guaranteed the same amount of income every year as long as they produce the good the government would buy it for them and they put a price. They put a minimum price that they would have to buy it at in the farmers would just go to this auction and people would just buy the goods for them. Only people of the option mostly government officials and they could just buy it in the government would ban us that those goods and distribute it to the rest of the population within their respective state in the farmers could only sell their goods to to the people inside their indian state in so that seems very restricted. Right seems like a lot of regulation but the indian farmers actually 'cause they were guaranteed a certain amount of profit and so what this essentially created a security blanket for the farmers right and so they were able to make investments for the upcoming year. They actually sold their crops on their farm. They'll will make investments on their farm because they were guaranteed profit so was easy for them to make these investments upcoming And so what the government do while they pretty much got rid of this and so now the fibers can sell to anyone. They want from any part of the country and he price they want and engine. Government has argued that this is the best way to see an increase in the income of their farmers as well as well as increased the investment from the From the private sector to profit motives before the private sector is not gonna invest in something if the minimum price. The government buys everything How am i gonna invest in this. The government should buys everything. So the they're saying like all right. Well we're gonna try to help you out we're going to give you more of a profit incentive. You can now sell your goods and not just us. You can sell to anyone from any state inside. India a lot more freedom here and so the farming unions. They said yeah we could make more profit but also it goes the other way around these large corporations who could afford to sell good who could afford to sell goods at lower prices could sell goods at lower prices in force us to lower prices and make us struggle for cash or put us out of business or by out so all of these are certainly possibilities. I don't understand why we want to risk this of it. So that's kind of the respect of the farmers. How can a small farmer in india compete with a large corporation And so that. That's kind of the issue that's going on right now. And this is especially true. In years where criminals are plentiful and as there will be a surplus food in the market which naturally drives prices down so prices are driven down when there's a surplus than now the government before buy at a at a.

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"delhi" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"delhi" Discussed on The World at Large

"Israel releases a backlog of over one point two billion dollars in tax revenue to the palestinian authority tens of thousands of farmers in india march on the capital in a rage. A bank is put under siege and rated in brazil and a woman is arrested in sweden for locking her child up for twenty eight years. This is the world at large him. We har- politics one thousand antoine. Thank you for tuning into this episode of the world at large. This show is free for everyone into keep it that way. Consider supporting us through the lincoln. Our description you can support us by leaving review subscribing and sharing with a friend as well now without further ado please enjoy this. Episode of our podcast. Hello and welcome to another episode of the world at large and before. I have josh here to tell me about israel and palestine. I would like to get my biggest thanks to jorgi pori one two three four. Leaving our view on our podcast. It was very kind very constructive mentioned our audio and yes you're working to improve our audio so we appreciate you guys telling us what you want to see how we can make this better. And i'm really excited to see that. We're building a community here but without further ado josh israel palestine yes the heck is going on. I will certainly get into that. But before i do georgy porgy also talked about ian shoulder so thank you for that because it does have the most beautiful shoulders i forgot. Thank you georgy porgy. That was the best part of your review. Highlight of the review. All right so anyways. Let's get into israel palestine because as per usual there seems to be a little bit of an issue going but this seems like more of a light issue right. Something's actually going well. So what exactly is happening well a backlog of a backlog of one point two billion dollars in tax revenue has been transferred to the palestinian authority in the west bank and so this was confirmed by both the palestinian government as well as the ministry of finance. And so what is a backlog will a backlog has just It's like a build up of sorts So you're supposed to pay the money l. this this time but you don't pay it so it piles up in paul's pals and so of israel is does the palestinian authority money every month on a monthly basis in so the it went like seven months without paying the palestinian authority. The money in so there was a backlog at it built up and built up and built up in they. Finally israel finally paid the money So why does it take this long. Well usually the palestinian authority will receive about one hundred and ninety million dollars every month from israel but all this was suspended in june when the palestinian authority cut off ties in cooperation with israel under the threats of Benjamin benjamin prime minister benjamin netanyahu to extend the israeli sovereignty as he likes to say or as the palestinian authority says inex- parts of the west bank. So benjamin netanyahu threatened to do that Obviously the prime minister he has the ability to say that and the palestinian authority looked at this as an annexation. They said well this is. Our land is our rightful land. Historically this is our land Air support been here And so let's not a case with a lot of the jewish people but them there's also the fact that in order to reach solution. You need the west bank to go completely to palestine so there's debate going on there anyway but nevertheless the likud the Benjamin netanyahu's party has threatened threatened to do that The extent israeli sovereignty and the palestinians jordan lifted very much. They said well no. That's not land in so israel said until they cut off ties with israel Said we're done cooperating with these israelis they don't wanna they don't wanna listen to us. Fine and exit exit. There's nothing i can do about it except cut off ties with you. We're done cooperating with securitise and so israel said all right. That's fine so let's proceed with this annotation as per normal but then in august august came around and the united arab emirates said. You know what we're going to recognize. The state of israel is legitimate. No way in so israel said all right. But you can't just do that. I mean your member of the arab world remember if the arab league this would be huge. You can't get away with that. You need a reason to do that. In the united armored said well yeah you're threatening to extend israeli sovereignty over the west bank. So how'd you just say you're not going to do that. And then i will be happy to recognize you of gives me excuse. I need and the reason to recognize state so israel says all right. That's fine. I will stop i will make an unofficial that of annexing. The west bank continue to control the parts of it were officially an exit. Said all right good for me good for me and they were gonna has a state of israel and so obviously that spiraled into training sudan recognizing israel but anyways. That's what you saw. And so this kind of anger. The palestinian authority also angered allied to members of the arab league it also angered iran and so in turkey which turkey also recognizes israel. So quite weird. But i like what other people. Maybe he's jealous. Don't just jealous man. Yes so israel finally paid this backlog of money because the palestinian authority agreed to well fine well now that now that binds coming into power and biden is going to be a little bit more lenient with the palestinian cause. Because as you know the person trump has been very very pro israel definitely most pro israel president in the history of the united states. And so this kind of terrifies the palestinian authority a little bit so with biden coming into power bear little bit more open with less with less pro israel president coming into power. They're a little bit more open to doing cooperating. Once again with israel securitise and especially with israel not annexing the west bank anymore In so israel said all right you going to cooperate with us again. Palestine here gonna get all that money we've been saving up for you. One hundred ninety million dollars a month for about seven months all going to you now. Congratulations and so why. Why does israel. What is this money first of all well. This money is tax revenue from the west bank by according to a deal made in the nineteen nineties. Israel controls are they take control of the tax revenue coming in from the west bank in palestine as well as the mainland israel. And so this is the deal was made in. Essentially they collect the tax revenue in. Just give it to the palestinian authority and this makes up about fifty percent of the as revenue on a month on a monthly basis in so the palestinian authority's been struggling lot economically as Are most countries in this world at this time with the coronavirus in so they..

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"delhi" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"delhi" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Delhi pardon is launching a new video series with the help of her nonprofit imagination library the country music legend is reading to kids across America each week for ten weeks the video series is called good night with Dolly should be kicking things off with the little engine that could Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell has tested positive for cove in nineteen the Tony Award winner and chairman of the actors fund got candid about his corona virus diagnosis in a video posted on social media and I just got confirmation that I have indeed tested positive for the corona virus the good news is over the last few days I've isolated myself I come to you from the bedroom right now the other good news is that for the last number of days probably three or four every day that has passed has been better than the previous comedian alley Wentworth has covered nineteen went worth the wife of ABC news anchor George Stephanopoulos said on Instagram she's never been sicker she described having a high fever and horrific body aches being quarantined from our family in your misery Stephanopoulos said he'll be broadcasting from home in the meantime Leighton Meester expanding her family the actress and husband Adam Brody expecting their second child together the two are already parents to daughter Arlo day Brody Quint Tarantino planning on writing a novel the director said of the pure cinema podcast that he recently thought about writing books versions of his movies Tarantino revealed that he's considering writing a novelization to once upon a time in Hollywood that's entertainment general Sony NBC news radio breaking news weather and traffic station news radio eight forty WHAS Louisville from ABC news I'm Richard Cantu it's the swiftest most stunning collapse of the U. S. job market has ever witnessed more than ten million people from out of work the past two weeks help for small business becomes available on Friday the paycheck retention program offers loans the government will forgive if companies use it to stay open and keep workers paid you get money for your rent you get money for your electricity so you're motivated we want you to have a business that you can re open quickly when it's appropriate so this doesn't cost the business owners and they thank treasury secretary Mnuchin saying local banks and S. P. A. dot gov have information you need Andy field ABC news Washington continuing mixed signals from the administration but more places are recommending everyone wear face coverings outside New York City mayor bill de Blasio a lot of people are out there right this minute don't even know they have it all we want to make sure that anyone doesn't have to get it doesn't get so face covering is just a simple way to protect other people president trump got tested again the takeaway literally a minute to take it he said it took forty minutes or something to come up with the conclusion and it said the president tested negative for covert nineteen Michigan latest state to officially declare school's out for the rest of the school year governor Gretchen Whitmer calling the decision difficult but say she's closing the schools for the sake of our students their families and the more than one hundred thousand teachers and staff it doesn't mean learning is over remote learning will continue students will still graduate and be able to advance crates for the next school year A. B. C.'s Ryan burl murder mystery in Madison Wisconsin a jogger in the university of Wisconsin's arboretum found the bodies of physician Beth potter and her husband robin qureia authorities aren't saying how they were killed but the Dane county medical examiner says the two died from homicidal related trauma they were murdered you're listening to ABC news this is news radio eight forty WHAS your news now seventeen dead and six hundred and eighty cope in nineteen cases in Kentucky in this Thursday briefing governor Beshear says the Kentucky National Guard and the army corps of engineers will assist with construction and operations the fairgrounds will hold at least two thousand hospital beds which here says it's hoped they won't all be needed I want to have it ready before we need one of those single beds and if we don't need it Hallelujah another new executive order expands travel restrictions to out of state travelers coming to Kentucky those staying in the state will have to quarantine for fourteen days Suzanne Duval newsradio eight forty W. H. A. S. global police continue the investigation after a shooting on I. two sixty for the four point two mile marker once on scene officers locating a female.

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"delhi" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"delhi" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Fresh from the Delhi compromise elsewhere from ABC news I'm Michelle Franzen president trump's White House doctor releasing the corona virus test results for the president they are negative for the virus ABC's Andy field is in Washington with more presence been exposed to several people who tested positive for the corona virus but did not take the test until Friday I decided I should based on the press conference yesterday people asking that I take to task doctor saying the president does not have the virus the White House adding restrictions and taking visitors temperatures to make sure it stays that way Andy field ABC news Washington nearly every state in the nation with one exception of West Virginia has reported cases of covert nineteen ABC's Diane Macedo has more on the struggle for states to expand testing and implement plans trying to curb the number of cases still on the rise of president is promising a website to help streamline the testing process but questions are mounting about that this is nationwide at least forty six thousand schools have closed keeping some twenty six million students at home the common complaint lack of thorough testing local governments are trying to catch up with drive thru testing sites in San Francisco Seattle Denver Birmingham all the way to new Rochelle New York where residents with symptoms have to call a hotline to schedule a test each city has a different protocol nearly sixty people died here in the US from the new virus that's caused a pandemic globally travel restrictions in place for much of Europe Monday those spans will expand to the UK and Ireland last night major delays as Americans returned on flights long lines including at Chicago's o'hare New York JFK in Dallas fort worth Texas resident Dorothy Lowe says she waited for three hours a DFW that.

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"delhi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"delhi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"A real comeback and I think it's a you know we we picked up a lot of Delhi is practically speaking and we now have amassed more popular votes than anyone running for the nomination it was a big day for Joe Biden given his due but super Tuesday is here and it's gonna be a much different story and a different feel in South Carolina then to south Carolina's two players now drop out good bye Stiers goodbye mayor Pete and left goes all out to stop one man Sanders not even trump Sanders and that's will begin one eight six six four oh eight seven six six times now Joe Biden won by a lot of that sixty percent of the African American vote congratulations your associates will Brock Obama maybe sincerity over the years got to that good job also also got to be concerned to censor board's got like no other African American support and now he's got strong Hispanic support is that young people support he's gonna win big in Texas is going to be big in California he's got big offices there he's got he laid the groundwork there and guess who didn't deal with all the experience with all with with all the Obama knowledge even if their Obama people didn't want to work for you Joe you had the blueprint that got president Obama a stunning victory in two thousand eight and then again re election in two thousand twelve despite a very unpopular because here's a policy from Houston lease program the flat flat in his face and a bomb I care they could even get the website working they still managed to win reelection yet he has no money and he's got no infrastructure and he's supposed to stop he's supposed to stop Bernie Sanders listen to bind not pull any punches at all he understands that Sanders will destroy the party cut three people were looking for evolution looking for results talk about a revolution let's get results and the idea that he's going to be able to come up with sixteen trillion dollars in ten years to do the things he wants there's no there's really no path there I agree and you know what maybe people saying the same thing everybody suppose with warn you it might be mark saying basically I'm running for that read in for that reason cut twenty two the middle of the road doesn't want extremism they want evolution rather than revolution and of Bernie Sanders is the candidate Donald Trump will win Donald Trump will not only will win but the house will go back to being in Republican hands the Senate will stay in Republican hands down stream a lot of the state houses will flip back Republican and when that happens you're going to have a gerrymandering the the local level and judicial appointments at the federal level that will last for decades and so that what's really at stake here is the future of this country for a very long time and that's why I'm running right that could be what you're running and that probably was way running the problem is Mr mayor is your record is that one of a Republican and a moderate Republican not a Liberal Democrat yet even center left the center right these two issues on which the mayor of New York City is left and its guns it is climate change but he's smart enough to know you can't destroy oil and gas to stop fracking tomorrow he probably would affect in New York City in New York state and save upstate New York which if you don't know it is almost like I it's very rural is very depressed because because industry is left the stay because Texas is so hot or could you if you don't know it is almost like I it's very rural is very depressed because because industry is left this day because taxes are so high most of the city he's been experience of late I mean just look at the interview yesterday look at some of his gaps of late since he's been on the campaign trail with the without a script cut nine eight more years of Donald Trump will change America in a fundamental way if you agree with me go to Joe three oh three three oh and help me in this fight I came back from South Africa trying to see Nelson Mandela and getting arrested for trying to seem at Robbins island my name is Joe Biden I'm a democratic candidate for United States Senate.

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"delhi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"delhi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The seas violence in New Delhi I'm only Francis as more cases of the corona virus or confirm globally the disease has begun to take a toll on the world economy John Lawrence reports more than fifty confirmed coronavirus cases in the US but the CDC's admiral Nancy knight says that will likely rise given the high risk environment that the diamonds princess cruise ship passengers came from I would not be surprised if we have additional cases on Monday stock markets worldwide took a plunge Adam Posen is with the Peterson institute for international economics I think they're reacting to most the fact that this means a lot of other economies are going to be under strain I'm John Laurie the white house's center lawmakers a two point five billion dollar budget plan to address the deadly outbreak of the coronavirus Budget Office claims funds are for vaccines treatment and protective equipment well at least seven people were killed and dozens injured in clashes between hundreds of supporters and opponents of a new citizenship law in India correspondent Sam Connelly says those clashes occurred in New Delhi Monday is the day before president trump was set the visit that captain yesterday saw a policeman and demonstrators killed it in daily during a rioting of that was stimulated at least in part to him to predominantly Muslim area as Paul all demonstrations that have been widespread across this country over the last few months against the new citizens act which essentially allows immigrants well brother refugees from Bangladesh Afghanistan and Pakistan to apply full Indian citizenship so long as they're not mostly here is mixed in Asia overnight after Wall Street suffered its worst session in two years when the Dow slumped more than one thousand points on fears that a viral outbreak that began in China will weaken the world economy right now just ahead of Tuesday's opening bell on Wall Street Dow futures one eighty seven nasdaq is up one oh four a million Francis.

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"delhi" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"delhi" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Central New Delhi the White House officially declines the invitation from Democrats to take part in the next public impeachment hearing set for tomorrow the president and his legal teams decision comes as Democrats on the house Judiciary Committee spend the weekend drafting articles of impeachment the White House sent a clear signal it will not be participating in Monday's house Judiciary Committee hearing and a sharply worded letter White House counsel called the impeachment inquiry quote basalis paths of Bologna goes on to say adopting articles of impeachment would be a quote reckless abuse of power by house Democrats and would constitute the most I'm just highly partisan attempt at impeachment he writes it was CBS is not the brand during an appearance on fox news yesterday vice president Mike pence says he does not believe it's a foregone conclusion that the house Democrats will secure enough votes to pass articles of impeachment is it in from says Israel is never had a better friend in the White House in him the remarks made during an annual summit by the Israeli American council in Hollywood Florida the president recounted his record on issues she believes important to the Jewish community but also claimed some Jewish people in America don't love is real enough his comments were denounced by some as anti semitic senator Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin is blasting the White House for making it harder for people to enroll in quality affordable healthcare in this week's democratic media address of the claims the administration is trying to damage the affordable Care Act and replace it with junk plans after three years of sabotage more Americans are uninsured today than when president trump took office and this year enrollment numbers are down again open enrollment for obamacare ends on December fifteenth presidential candidate Pete booted dudes ways and along the campaign trail on north Korea's claim that it carried out a quote very important test at its long range launch site.

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"delhi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"delhi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In capital Delhi has killed more than forty people will have the latest also climate to justice if it's to get richer countries to pay for the environmental loss and damage caused by climate change and sports washing white Saudi Arabia may have been so keen to host a major world heavyweight boxing contest there's a reason the fights happening in Saudi Arabia thank god that holding record on LGBT rights women's rights extradition killings headings the ongoing conflict in Yemen with us for the program our our guests Maria macaroni London based white writer and journalist and severe Singh chief executive of the joint council for the welfare of immigrants here in the U. K. that's here on weekends I'm Stuart Macintosh with the BBC news hello Indian police say more than forty people have been killed in a huge factory fight in Delhi the factory is located in one of delays largest markets about fifty people have been rescued and taken to hospital the prime minister Narendra Modi's described the incident as extremely horrific and sent his condolences to the families of the victims a kid should Gil de L. reports from daily the fire reportedly broke out in a building in the early hours of Sunday in a congested part of the city dozens of workers were sleeping inside at the time according to rescue services officials said that it was difficult for fire trucks and ambulances to reach the spot because of the narrow alleyways so firefighters have to carry the victims out themselves one by one because of injured people are now being treated in hospitals north Korea's has it's Karen down to a very important test as its satellite launching site inside Hey young young early of will and that it could take a new path as denuclearize ation talks with the United States remains told and Busby reports the state news agency gave no details of the test said the results would be used to upgrade North Korea strategic status analysts believe it may have been a ground based test of a rocket engine which could be used to power satellite launcher or an intercontinental ballistic missile president trump has said he still hopes to reach an agreement on denuclearization but the north Korean leader Kim Jong un has said that to revive the negotiations the president must come up with a deal involving significant sanctions relief by the end of the year pro democracy campaign is a gathering in Hong Kong for what the organizers hope will be a major rally for the first time since August police have given permission for a March by the civil human rights front our correspondent in Hong Kong Laura Baker says the group is hoping to avoid violent clashes with the authorities when it comes to killer program on the right is one of the largest here in Hong Kong we organize how is one to two million people he organizes all of this is Riley are calling on.

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"delhi" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"delhi" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"It's ME one people stop I doubt you've got nobody please see in Delhi and they we bring you another is closing ninety two three I don't are you trying to get me through with the aid on it the one with the.

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"delhi" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"delhi" Discussed on WGN Radio

"American and hello boy you know can't do it all right let's take a break for the weather we come back we'll wrap up these on Billy I know you got these unbelievable or what kind of yeah okay we'll wrap it up and then after four will jump into the regular Friday features forecast New Delhi instruct weather center today high in the upper thirties Cirstea associate clubs will spread north throughout the overnight area chance of light snow in the southern most sections for tomorrow early morning cloudiness especially in the south of the city chance of light snow becoming partly sunny in the afternoon the high in the low forties for Sunday mostly sunny little milder season behind the mid forties partly cloudy overnight for Monday temperatures start to start to increase high in the middle forties the clouds sticking with rain spreading throughout the west overnight and for Tuesday cloudy windy rain much of the day part might turn to wet snow in the northern portions temperatures in the mid to upper thirties to mid forties it's currently thirty five at o'hare thirty six at midway thirty seven the lake front take a break right here in seven twenty alleged money I switch the family to boost mobile and we got so much more like what well we got for free phones for lines for just twenty five dollars per line per month I smashed up the car and unlimited gigs wait did you say you smashed up the car yes it's completely smashed but for free phones switched it is to get four lines for just twenty five dollars per line per month for free phones with unlimited gigs all in our super reliable super fast nation wide network boost mobile the switch that gives you more terms and conditions apply new customers only preserve his mobile dot com for details.

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"delhi" Discussed on The Heat

The Heat

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"delhi" Discussed on The Heat

"Sovereign decisions that are being made by the countries that are facing the impacts alone. This is something we really need to look out as global populous because those individuals nation-states decisions impact neighboring countries and also domestically. Because as you know you've got a very Agra Delhi residents right and they should be angry because this is something. This is a government failure right. This policy really bad policy. That could have been been looked at carefully. And now we're at a point where a lot of farmers and the state open job is used to it. This is guaranteed buyout procurement of rice and wheat by by the government to ration out to the rest of the country whereas this type of procurement could have been done in states that made more sense to actually raise the rice crops like West Bengal Bengals. That actually has the water indigenously on the crop and digital ously as opposed to the unnatural measures in which it's being cultivated in places like Ben job also. Oh nobody in Punjab eats rice. I mean that's true there is. You're going to see some rice eaters but it's a rotea eating state so it's exactly and so it really just didn't didn't make sense how this was set up a region like Ben job should be growing things like maize. They should not be doing rice. So that's an issue and then ultimately the government needs to stop stop making electricity free. We don't have the luxury of just handing out energy like that because that is ultimately why we have carbon emissions increasing despite the recognition and awareness that we need to reduce our consumption we we increase globally energy consumption by two point nine percent last year. And that's because of water intensive practices like rice cultivation. There's little finger pointing going on right now in India politically what stake here. I think the future of you've the economy really is at stake and I'll give you one example. I very good friends who are from London. Which is where I spent my twenty s and they decide? They're they're originally from Delhi and they decided that they were going to move back to India to grow their business And there's a great entrepreneurial seen right outside of Delhi in in Delhi and in Gurgaon which has really attractive to young entrepreneurs globe entrepreneurs and so you had these Ethnically Indian students who studied abroad in the UK. Go back to Where they were born and raised and regret it now so I was having a discussion with my friend who started in a business? That's doing incredibly well. In Asia based out of Delhi and and she says there's a lot of talk about whether or not future entrepreneurs should bother going back to the country that they wanted to build their business out in so it's not necessarily certainly good news for the future of India and its economy. Government have been having out half a million face Mars. They know that there's a little political heat for them. Especially because you know jellies Philip Middle Class voters who pay taxes Is this enough. Well I do appreciate some of the solutions that the government is attempting to put forward in addition to protecting people in the short term just looking at health. Because of recognition of the respiratory issues the chronic not just even respiratory but the developmental delays and other a chronic issues that come from breathing in two packs of cigarettes equivalent of two packs of cigarettes. A day So what they're trying to do is get this technology called happy this cedars which are attachments mounted on tractors that whole plant weed seeds without getting jammed up in the rice straw stubble from the rice crop. So the issue is that they're really expensive and they They guzzled diesel. And so they're out of reach for a lot of farmers and this is these are the types of technologies that the government can really get out and incentivize or subsidize so that farmers actually start using them. So it's these kinds of things that in the short run immediately in in addition to protecting the public also helps farmers and helps their livelihood and helps incentivise them do the right thing not just for their personal economic gains but also for the health of the Community Kennedy as a whole when it comes to warming of the climate and smog and stuff like that India has made moves to move away from fossil fuels. So be it reluctantly. Because they have a growing dynamic population developing-country argument of like. Let us develop what you did in. The West is very passionate and they nearly didn't silence the Paris climate accord's you know All that moves in India to sort of get real about renewable energy lied. China's costumed electric vehicles solar power over one step forward to stay spike. Sometimes I think there's a real growing recognition that this is an issue that they're not going to be able to develop in the way that we've traditionally seen around the world that there will need to be implementation of green technology across all sectors and the same amount AH prosperity can be reached given that the new technologies are really able to be skilled and able to actually be implemented. We didn't have that luxury fifty years ago so the fact that we have gotten to the point where at why wouldn't you take advantage of it if it's going to result in the same if not even better prosperity of your country but also really improve or not hurt the health of your citizens India gets it because even before the smog the yearly anticipated smog. There's a water crisis. There's real water scarcity issues throughout throughout the country they may run out grant groundwater in the next year. Twenty one Indian cities including Delhi are at risk for those so the the country really has to confront a lot of series of issues right so all of these are linked the planet warming all of these are linked to energy consumption And with it comes smog with it comes. Water scarcity with comes food insecurity vulnerability during heatwaves disease from deteriorating sanitation and potentially regional conflicts over water access so that awareness that India the complexity of the interconnected impacts related to the planet warming. There is that awareness there and there is definitely definitely support and desire to be able to take the new technologies that are up skilled them but the issue. The question that remains that you and I have been talking about is at what caused an. Is it fast enough. I WanNa read this from Justice Aroon Mischer in new Supreme Court. Had these things to say on Monday every year. This is happening every year. Deadliest choking mm for ten to fifteen days as you were saying before this can happen in a civilized country. They're a passing the buck to each other. They have no responsibility towards their own people. Everybody is only interested in gimmicks and elections and this lost elections is sometimes India's complicated complicated and vibrant democracy actually a hindrance when you're trying to plan these big rollout. Climate change initiatives the record by in from everyone everyone to sort of buying at the same time. Yeah no I think one word really sums it up. It's corruption and we have not been able to overcome the corruption that has led some of these really bad policies Still on the table they. It is very clear. What's wrong here? It's not that we don't know what the issues whose are it's just. Why haven't we been able to overcome them yet? It's literally because of those Very corrupt innate practices. That just haven't been. They found out and ratted yet. And so the vehicle for example the Switching out vehicles based on whether they're even or odd pleaded license from in Beijing right. It's not enough. It's not even close to enough it's the vehicle emissions is just one small component of. What's really happening here again? It's sustainable agricultural practices actresses that haven't been put into effect because it's really easy not to pay the fines. It's illegal to do this type of burning. That's causing the song. The majority of the smog is caused by this burning right fifty fifty percent. At least if you can just bribe a elected official to look the other way so that you can you know light a match and make it really easy for you to get rid of this double. Then that's what will continue and that's really why we're in the situation we're in. It is corruption so final so because you know we're all living in a fast paced modern world and you know ten fifteen days a year putting up with a bit of small. Maybe you know not driving as much. Stay indoors tape windows. Is this sort of a price that people labeling telia willing to pay I mean I'm going to India many very industrious people they just want to get on with life and you know and do their staff or is this just a price of modern life or do you think it's going to reach a tipping point. Yeah well let's put it this way. There's two million premature debts up to right because of this All the effects related to this air pollution being at the toxic levels that it is and India's already almost one point four billion people. So what's a few million people getting lost here there. No that people still. I think some people think like that but we're adding another almost half a million people to India's population it's going to overtake China by mid century is the most populous country. And here's is what people don't put together. As a behavioral scientist I study Is Cumulative risk so everyone year one to two million people is is one thing but every year as you increase the population and it gets worse because of more energy consumption because policies still haven't been shifted fast enough your we're looking at increasing numbers of deaths and we're looking at real risk that comes to your to your physical wellbeing in your health and that cumulative risk I think is going what if nothing else wake people up. It's like smoking a cigarette and nobody thinks about smoking one cigarette but smoking many cigarettes over time. It's the same exact thing these individuals living in my country. Smoking two packs of cigarettes for two weeks a year every year as their as their aging. And this is not good for you. You as you age. And as the population ages or for the half a million children that are going to be born with developmental delays. Because of this so yes real issue here should so really good point to think about the future generations as well talk to ship the Chakrabarti thanks for joining us. You of course are risk and behavioral scientists which is pretty key for this sort of thing but also an expert on climate change. I just want to say that the heat is produced by CDC in America or executive producer is tariff H.. Our senior producer is. Joan Gilmore. The Guest Booker Rosanna L.. Shape our digital producer. Of course. He's sitting in here right here. Is Joshua Bar and a director of digital development is Michael Sugary once get eighteen thousand. Thanks for listening and remember. If you have a comment or question about today's Poku send us an email. You can find us at heat pocus.