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Red states on U.S. electoral map lagging on vaccinations
"There are differences in how states are responding to covert nineteen vaccination opportunities and the differences resemble America's electoral map vaccination numbers from the U. S. centers for disease control fine states that tend to vote democratic are at the top of the list in terms of the percentage of adults in those states who've gotten at least one Colbert shot at the bottom of the list five Republican leaning states including Mississippi Alabama and Louisiana a recent poll by the Associated Press NO RC center finds Republicans were three times as likely as Democrats to say they probably or definitely will not get vaccinated more than one hundred ninety eight million coronavirus shots have been administered nationwide but New Delhi infections have risen about eleven percent over the past two weeks with many states lifting their health restrictions I am Jackie Quinn
Fresh update on "delhi" discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast
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India's Daily Virus Cases Soar Past 100,000 for First Time
"Of daily Corona virus infections in India has surpassed 100,000 for the first time the BBC's Regina body in Athan reports from Delhi officials say the situation in India has gone from bad to worse. The government blames lax behavior and poor social distancing for the steep rise in cases. Some doctors believe the new, more infectious strains of the virus are also reason
Fresh update on "delhi" discussed on BBC Newsday
"Us once again here on news day from New Delhi is Professor Katrina thready president The Public Health Foundation of India is an epidemiologist and a cardiologist professor. Thanks so much for joining us. I'm looking at the Hindustan Times here, one of India's most popular newspapers, it says India registered more than 200,000 daily cases, but the number the actual number Could be 10 times higher than that. Do you think that's accurate? Well, we know that a large number of people infected in an asymptomatic manner or Miley symptomatic manner and don't report for testing. It also is continuing to pawn the overall testing rates, which very across the country So any detective estimate of how many people were actually exposed and infected is a bit speculative, but certainly the number of people infected Divide this with the symptomatic of these automatic would be certainly higher than those have been detected and reported what we do You know what the moment is. If you look at many hospitals in the country is that they're struggling to deal with the number of cases aren't they on also, we're seeing a lot more younger people ending up in hospital than we did in the first way in India. That is true. We're seeing the hospital's under great pressure. And many people are still waiting for admission, and that's a bit of a problem partly created by the surge and partly created by the fact that the assumption that we had ended the epidemic. Make that the normal hospital routine had resumed, and many of the non corporate cases were admitted. And obviously they cannot be thrown out, and therefore this transition is taking time, but certainly the surgeon cases and certainly creating a huge pressure on the system. But it's also true that younger people are being reported as being infected and larger numbers. Multiple reasons for that. Now we're in a fully mobile society where the younger people are much more exposed than last year. Men movement was restricted only to people who had an essential work or had to travel for essential reasons. I want to talk to you about that movement, because what we are beginning to see in India once again is movement of migrant workers out of the big cities back to their villages. Is that worrying? Could they take this new mutation with them into rural India now? It is very much likely it has happened before, but not in the scale that we might apprehend. Now, because these mutants are much more infectious. The neuro variants that have come in And they can actually create larger the spread of infection in the rural areas, which in general of more protected against transmission and urban areas, because there is no crowded housing people work in open fields. The comb abilities, like hypertension and diabetes are lesser in rural areas in urban areas. But those protective factors will be somewhat modified by the much more infectious nature of the variance. If we look at what's happening in India at the moment you're in In Delhi, where the weekend curfew is now coming into place. Do we need another national lockdown in India to try and deal with the situation or is that economically not viable? Firstly, I believe it's not economically viable. But certainly public health has to take precedence over any economic conservation at a state of crisis. Have a vote again. Repeat lockdowns are not necessarily the solution. Unless we ensure that behavior at the individual level through appropriate masking and avoiding crowded situations is different. It's impossible. In India, You cannot avoid a crowded city. You know, I lived in India for many years. I'd love to try and avoid it. You just can't do it. Well, that depends on what you want to do. I mean, you get some states of impulse section 1 44 not more than five people gathering so permit essential work. It need not be a full lockdown. You can have marked restrictions. They were trying out during them locking face and they worked. So you frequent lockdowns are not helpful because it's like putting a person in intensive care. And immediately after that, the person goes out and start smoking without taking care of diabetes and hypertension, which put him there in the first place. That is no solution. So you need to ensure there are restrictions substantial. In order to reduce the transmission, but ensure that all other measures like preventing crowded events for quite some weeks. Come put in place in place, Professor Thank you so much for joining us once again here on used a professor Katrina ready there on the situation, the worrying situation in India. Let's head to France now, where President Emmanuel Macron's just did the sight of not Saddam in Paris, two years after a fire ripped through the cathedral, and he described the work to rebuild it as a great mobilization. 1000 oak trees across phones have now been felt to replace the cathedral spire and its medieval rafters as workers prepare to begin the reconstruction. In our Paris correspondent Lucy Williamson has been looking at the vast restoration project has taken root in the heart of the city..
The Surprising Journey of New World Coins To Mughal India
"So spanish. America produces mindful of silver from the fifteen cookies and forties particularly from the fifteen forty s. Silver began to be exported in very large quantities. This came in the form of silver coins. A heavy silver coin got dollars odeon feet from mexico. So if you have mexican reels fate from baru via Peruvian dollars and they all came to spain a several itself From berlin silver gold civilian. That's not jeff hader. He's a professor of medieval and early. Modern history at the center for historical studies at joe har lal now who university in new delhi. He says the silver's johnny did not end in spain. Large quantity of silver flew out of spain so much. So that spin did not remain the biggest beneficiary in your world and it gravitated towards hideous which were highly commercialized. They goods and services. And i would consider mobilier two very important zone toward switch. These coins cry. We dated the mogul empire ruled most of northern india from the early sixteenth to the mid eighteenth century and it was one of the most powerful economies in the world india since ancient times had a gordon extraordinary structure of foreign trade and trade balances india exported commodities mainly textiles spices indigo and salt bitter chicago. Green to the markets in the persian gulf and red sea and beyond that to the mediterranean ain't exchange golden silver came. There was a very high demand and all this started. Driving towards the indian ocean in a favorite bakery an india receive a lion's share of this spanish-american suit
Fresh "Delhi" from The Mark Arum Show
"Wait. Come back wide open phones toll free. It's 809 for one, Shawn. You want to be a part of the program will get to a lot of your calls. New King rich in the next hour. 809 41, Shawn. We will be tonight. Monitoring what's going on out of Minnesota all over social media. People have been sending me stuff all day because I don't go there by myself. But they've been sending its sweet baby James all of the anticipation of negative reaction upon the release of this tape in Chicago of this police shooting with a 13 year old. We'll have those details tonight as well. The latest on court packing hope You'll say it DVR 90 Eastern fox News. Your calls are next, the new king rich and he'll take your calls as well as we continue. News, WEATHER traffic 95.5 w S. B Let US news and talk. 7:30 a.m. Jennifer Griffis live in the WSB 24 hour news Center with WSB Stop stories this half hour. Chicago's Police Review Board is released Body cam Video of a police officer's fatal shooting off a 13 year old boy last month. 20 forints order in the alley. West Delhi meeting. Ambulance got a gunshot victim shots fired by the police, the police car shopping We shot Stay with you. Stay with me. All right, Temple, get an ambulance trolling..
Chicago deli giving away 1,000 sandwiches if customers come in wearing mask properly
"Shut automatically stellar. We all have maddie's deli very famous place giving out a thousand free sandwiches today to customers wearing a mask. Manny's initially started to give away as a challenge. Challenging at the south delhi would give out sandwiches if we go thirty days having ask anyone to put a mask on properly. Wear your masks prior to the challenge. They said it hadn't made it longer than a few hours with that. Have to ask people to adjust their masks. Within a day the restaurants have the challenge had already failed and at least seven. People had to be corrected Later that same day they revealed that an anonymous donor would sponsor free sandwich. Day for the first thousand customers wearing a mask And they announced that it would be today. Unlimited thousand sandwiches given out first come first serve basis to customers wearing a mask. The doors opened at nine thirty. The daily also noted that on top of the promotion it would be giving out sandwiches to all four hundred and fifty staff members at uc mass vaccination site today as well so Go support manny's always. But i guess today you can get in there and i think they'll be all along that so good but starting at nine thirty thousand free sandwiches. Manny
Fresh "Delhi" from Chicago's Afternoon News
"Resumes in their database immediately to deliver candidates that fit your job description. While we do have issues on Metro's Union, Pacific West line, delays of uncertain duration That's due to a mechanical failure on train number 56 on the northwest side near Norwood Park, the union Pacific Northwest Lina train struck a vehicle earlier, the car's finally being told off the tracks and trains are running with some significant delays. Also, Devon's close both directions between Oriole and Northwest Highway and then on the Eisenhower a crash inbound just before the tri state tollway. Having its solid from North Avenue, the inbound side of the bike from 3 92, the old post office that's going to cost you 41 minutes. I'm gender salvo, WGN Traffic central. The Toledo family and their attorney responded to Copas release of footage of the Delhi police shooting shortly after the videos were made public attorney Adina Weiss Ortiz says 13 year old Adam too late..
India Cuts Back on Vaccine Exports as Infections Surge
"Alliance for sharing the Corona virus vaccine, says 64 Low income countries will be affected by India's decision to suspend export of the jabs. A spokesman for Gavin E. Said talks with Delhi were continuing to ensure deliveries take place as quickly as possible. India has put a temporary hold on exports due to a surge in its covert infections.
San Diego Enters the Red Tier
"Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise come into from san diego. California reopening sandiego reopened a red tier san diego. Right pretty exciting. So so what does this mean really for us so it. There's there's some right there's some honest it doesn't mean anything but i'm not gonna sit inside and san diego weather right now and other at a restaurant but you know what it does mean that the world i was opening up restaurants precise operate at twenty five percent capacity inside museums could operate inside a twenty five percent capacity. Haven't been very perk is open so all in all the fun things seaworld you know. I don't know what to say about seaworld. But so they offer operate again inside. I think they've been able to operate outside museums but now they can go back to operating inside right in time for our summer. Tourism season right and saint patrick's day right so which this is going to post just the day after saint patrick's day but it was a big deal so going into the red tier for that particular day. It was big deal. So i go to this really like super great little deli down in down by san diego state. Right and it's it's a real popular one. I don't know if you've ever been to it. it's It's it's like a little jewish deli called What is it called. I cannot remember the name right now. i can't believe. I'll have to look it up. I'll post at d. d. and it's awesome. It's like really authentic really great and it was packed. Last night. I went last night to pick up dinner and i do weight and extra forty five minutes to get my dinner and it was to go do irish jews in common like well. I think it's just because it's a deli. They just do super good corned. Beef was one of those things. So it's a really but it's a really popular. So i think that the delhi site that the jewish shelley more like east coast so they're really really good. It's just i mean. does that sound bad. I don't. I don't know i so. So it's a really like it's it's it's like an authentic east coast deli. That's yeah i don't know what's funny as delays even growing up with a jewish family. I don't go to delhi. So i really don't know like a bad east coast deli from sally so it's i think it's a lot different. It's a lot. There are a lot better and so they have much better light quality of meats. And everything like that. So it's just the one in del mar really popular same thing. East coast are west coast elliott. That's like an east coast one and that is also a very well known really good jewish delis so that the east coast jewish. He's known as being really good. Yeah and so so. That's why it's not like it's not like It's not like a religious thing or anything but it's it's always funny that i hear so milton's and are the two big ones here and i'm sure milton's was super pac too but So it's really good and and it was packed. It was packed packed. Like i've never seen it. That packed and crazy and spent there. Because i was there to get dinner together because i wanted corn beef. Because i'm an irish guy and it was the whole outside was completely packed and there was like a line like out the door around the building practically to get in and that was to order it and you had to wait an hour to order it. So it's so. I mean clearly like the red tier like people were getting out. Yeah i feel like people having getting out if you like. The more and more people are that are getting vaccinated especially has kind of elderly generation. It's getting vaccinated. You're gonna see a resurgence and that's a really good point. Because last night it was a lot of older people. Like a lot of people that you wouldn't think would be going out. We're definitely out who fully vaccinated talking to. They're like oh it feels so good to be vaccinated and you know. Yeah we're we're we're ready to get out again and people were talking like in line that this was the first time they've been out in a long time so i think it's good the combination of the vaccine's rolling out at the same time that obviously that's having an effect on the numbers here they're saying that our numbers are really good So the the numbers are. I think we've now gone to six cases per hundred thousand. I don't remember exactly what we're we're so it is saying in here and this by the way was out of the. Ut okay so union tribune and they are saying nine of the other county so it looks like nine. Other counties moved into red to in those were monterey riverside sacramento santa barbara center to hema to lori and ventura And then that just leaves eleven of the california's fifty eight counties in the most restrictive purple tier still the the cases. They're saying have gone to six point. Eight per one hundred thousand residence so they took last week's case rate which was eight point. Eight where at six point eight. And i think they took like a combined total and that got us just over the mark to go to read. So that's good so we keep having our case count drop to which is which is good and i think a lot of that has to do with vaccines right. We're just not spreading fast and it's starting to slow down so hopefully this'll be. The weird thing is in europe. They're kinda getting so talked to one of our clients say who lives in france and She was saying that you know like where she is. She's around knees and it's become more restrictive there so they become more lockdown.
Thousands of Indian women join farmers’ protests against new laws
"India thousands of women farmers led hunger strikes and sit ins at people sites on the outskirts of new delhi were tens of thousands of farmers have camped out for over three months protesting new neoliberal agricultural laws promoted by prime minister. Narendra
Indian farmers mark 100th day of protests with road blockade
"Thousands of Indian farmers have booked an expressway on the edges of New Delhi to mark the one hundredth day of protests against agricultural laws that they say will devastate their income Mr them tractors and waved colorful flags while the leaders chanted slogans viral mount speaker took the make shift stage thousands of them have hunted down outside new Delhi's forty since November to voice their anger against three laws passed last year from his feet at the Loews signal the government is moving away from a system in which most farmers sell to government sanctioned marketplaces where they receive guaranteed prices they worry that will leave them at the mercy of big corporations that will have no legal obligation to pay then the guaranteed price anymore I'm Sarah Bassett
Indian Farmers Protest Agricultural Reforms With Road Blockade
"Thousands of Indian farmers are blocking a highway near the capital, Delhi in their latest protest against agricultural reforms. The government says the reforms will benefit farmers, but farmers fear they may lead to the abolition of government protection.
Tech Companies Face New Rules in India
"For many tech companies. India is key to continued growth while developed markets are becoming increasingly saturated there over one point. Three billion people in india only about half of whom are online which means there are hundreds of millions of people who have yet to start using email or buying things online but india has increasingly sought to exert more control over the tech giant's setting up shop there which has sometimes resulted in clashes between the companies. And the government. The latest new rules to govern how internet companies like twitter and whatsapp handled problematic content. Online here to talk more about this is tech reporter newly per now. Hey newly thanks for being here. My pleasure okay. So let's start by talking. Broadly about some of the regulations. The indian government has started to implement what we've we been seeing up to now sure we'll over the last few years. As e commerce companies like amazon or as digital services like google and twitter and facebook have become so prominent in india as they are in other countries. You've start to hear bureaucrats talking about the importance of data sovereignty. They call it or the rights of indians to be able to make their grievances against some of these platforms heard or the fact that these behemoths are so dominant and that indian start ups and tech companies haven't really been given to room to breeze the government officials say. And so you started. Hear them talking about the quietly geopolitical reasons. The success that china has had in developing their own tech giant's global tech giants. And so you starting to see moves like tightening of restrictions on ecommerce companies that affect amazon. And the the amazon of india coai flip car which is now owned by walmart. You started to see data. Localization regulation start should be talked about and the now of course these newest rules on social media company. So it's a bit by bit tightening. Where the government seems to be exerting more control over some of these. us tech firms that have been just so dominant. Over the years in india and newly i understand that some of the measures have resulted in a couple of clashes particularly in the last few weeks. Sure will the. The one of the major clashes in recent weeks with twitter was where the government asked the platform to remove a lot of accounts that were tweeting anti-government material amid these long running protests of farmers against the government in new delhi said that they're inflammatory. They're inciting violence. They're trying to foment social unrest. Twitter blocked them unblock them and then under pressure from the government in which they were threatened with having their executives arrested block them again. So you have a twitter or being in the position of saying we respect freedom of speech and people's ability to express political opinions and wanting to enable their us to do that. But then really getting hit with this. Mr very strong pushback from the government so that was a major one and then thursday. Of course we have these these new social media intermediary rules right and let's talk more about those new rules. What prompted them. And what are they meant to do. Well there had been suggestions brewing for some time that the government was looking to revamp what it calls its intermediary rules which are the rules that govern tech platforms and so called over the top or ott players like what's app and streaming platforms like netflix. And so what. They've come out with on. Thursday is a set of rules that set out guidelines for how these large social media companies have to operate so include things like including a grievance officer who's resident in india to address concerns that users or the government might have it includes timelines that tech companies have to keep in mind in responding to some of these issues a code of conduct have ethics for streaming platforms and so essentially. It seems to be the government saying our users should be able to take action or have their their problematic issues address with these platforms. And we wanna make rules really for the first time that make these tech. Companies have to respond more quickly. So how are the tech companies responding to that. What did they say about these new rules so far. They haven't said much you know. Companies of all stripe don't like to be regulated unless they have to be although facebook has said for some time with mounting regulations. Coming around the world that they welcome them but tech observers have said. It's some of these are raised issues worries because they come as prime minister. Modi's government is facing his biggest political test ever in these months-long protests by farmers against some new farming regulations. And and so you've seen the in rhetoric. At least the government getting more aggressive with these companies that are so dominant in india. Many of them have not said much and and they may be waiting to see you know if the political storm passes but they certainly don't want to come out and say well we're not going to do or we're not going to disagree with the government because as we've seen last year india did ban tiktok massively popular platform in india after some clashes in the border region with china. So that was a warning sign. I think to a lot of these companies that india won't hesitate to take drastic action
Scores protest in India against arrest of climate activist
"Let's turn to India now and the single issue which is dominating politics there, the now months long protests by hundreds of thousands of the country's farmers. They are against the series of agriculture laws, which the government says will modernize the sector. The farmers say the change will leave them at the mercy of corporations by taking away the safety net of guaranteed prices for certain crops. This matters because farming employs more than 50% off the country's workforce on this is the most serious political threat to the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Opponents say the threat is leading the government to frame it as an international conspiracy. The protests are getting lots of international support. The latest development is that Delhi police have issued arrest warrants for activists. Nikita Jacob And Shantanu. Two days after the arrest of a 22 year old climate change activist the shirt Ravi she volunteers for the climate change group Fridays for future and it's thought she disseminated a toolkit. Relating to climate change to the farmers. I spoke to the founder of the group, but Green Kandari. Toolkit is a very common bomb off communication that is done by most campaigners. They make this tool kids to disseminate information. You know, it's all this by media wings as well, as you know, maybe some tweets. Some kind of information about any particular topic that you're talking about is the shed. So that just simplifies situations for people who are trying to understand or any kind of Happening like this farmers protest. You know which apparently the shark she contributed to it since a very common thing. It's just like a cool large. You know, off information. Do you know what she is being charged with? Yeah, This is sedition charges that apparently we hear from the Delhi police. But more details coming out. I mean, today there is more Information about meeting on his own link with the foundation that is considered anti national. Is it your view that this tool kit that she might have contributed to and disseminated could have anything to do with sedition? No, no, I don't. I don't think so. I mean anything that we've seen on the toolkit. Whatever information was available on the social media didn't show anything that was anti national about it. And what has been the response of her arrest within your own movement. Anger. Disappointment, and the people are disheartened Children who were part of the movement. They're calling and because the parents have asked him to back off, you know if there's a lot of field, you know, apprehension. Now it's taken a toll on the movement.
Indian farmers plan nationwide 3-hour blockade of highways
"Of Indian farmers have blocked major highways across the country as they continue their protests against new agricultural laws. The three hour blockade has disrupted traffic in many parts of India. Embarrass on Hetty Rajan reports holding placards, banners and national flag. Farmers have blocked major roads to protest against loss they save will benefit big private buyers. The Indian capital, Delhi has become a fortress with the deployment of more than 50,000 police officers in and around the city to prevent any violence. Tens of thousands of farmers have been camping outside Delhi for the last 2.5 months. But the protests have spread to other states in recent days, posing a challenge to the government of Prime Minister Nouri in Ramadi. The protests have attracted international attention in the past week with the U. S, urging the Indian government to resume talks with the farmers and
India restores 4G mobile internet in Kashmir after 18-month ban
"Row. He'd console principal secretary of the jammu and kashmir government in india said friday that four g internet services were being restored in the entire region. This comes eighteen months after a blackout was imposed to curb the spread of potential backlash over new. Delhi's decision to revoke kashmir's sending a semi autonomous status in august of twenty nineteen. It has been awhile. Gemunu kashmir are home to more than thirteen million
India Turns Off the Internet
"Imagine a huge news event. Maybe the protests in the street after george floyd staff your first instinct is to pull out your phone and look for more information but you can't. That's what was happening in delhi. I asked for not what it was like to try to find out more about the former protests after republic day depending on where in the were specifically in parts of the city where writing broke out you would not have been able to access internet on your cell phone which is how most people in the country access the intimate yard. So when you got people's internet on their cell phones use sort of leave them with not many other ways to find out what's happening. I was struck by a statement from the ministry of home affairs saying that turning off the internet was and i'm quoting here in the interest of maintaining public safety and averting public emergency. But what were they trying to prevent. The government's were always be one to prevent rumors from spreading. We want to prevent fake news. We want to turn off the internet to control the situation. That's the government's were and on the other hand. The people for whom the internet is docked off saying that this is done so that we can't get information we can't collaborate in like what's up groups. We can't access twitter. We got access youtube or we. We don't have any alleged ways to find out what's happening around us and it will be homs anybody who's trying to come together and protest. It's not just about turning off the internet in those specific places that you mentioned where there were riots or where there were a lot of farmers gathering but it was also blocking specific content. I'm thinking specifically about some twitter accounts that were blocked ones. That mentioned the farmers multiple journalists. What happened so a lot of us. Woke up on tuesday morning and yet i am and realize that a bunch of accounts and at that time. It wasn't possible to know how many there were. Some very prominent recounts one of which belonged to the caravan. Which is an investigative journalism magazine that frequently right stories sort of whole powerful people in corporations to account. I've heard it compared to the new yorker of india. People say yes. It's sort of the only magazine in india that does that kind of journalism so one of the accounts that you couldn't access from india anymore. On was the caravans account. There were other accounts of the really belong to people who were very vocally critical of the government really and the notice that you got on twitter when you tried breakfast and you'll these accounts was this account has been withheld in india in response to a legal demand and everybody would the caravans down the stone and all these guys were down for about six hours. If you're listening to this in the us it may seem almost incomprehensible that in a democracy the government could just turn off the internet but in india. There's a law on the books from the british colonial era that allows the government to do just that to tell the providers to shut things down. And that's not all there's another law more recent that lets the government block some internet content like those twitter accounts and this is a controversial law. That sort of gives the government power to ask these platforms to take off any content that they deem is a threat to national security. Our national integrity. It's really broad terms like that because it could be applied to any pain really and one of the most controversial things about this law. Is that a platform. Who is the noticed. using this law is not allowed to disclose the not so we try ask twitter. Hey like wanted to odyssey. And they said we can show you because we would be loss so not only. This is a lot of allows the government do take off things on the internet it also mandates the people who receive the order to like not what the actual odyssey's platforms like twitter are caught between the government and the huge number of users in india. Who are key to growing their business. Twitter i took the magazines a countdown than six hours later. Put it back up deciding not to comply with the government's order. This is a very large bucket. They have serious business interests. They have bought in a substantial amount of money to sort of bring all these millions and billions of indians online. And you know hopefully he their services but also they are increasingly faced with the government that is just becoming more and more authoritative than finding that they have to sort of do the line and do this. Balancing act between how they operate in the. Us how they operate. Cure with local laws. That may not live up to like freedom of speech and human rights standards in the us.
Police call for curfew after 3 teens shot at Camp Creek Marketplace, Atlanta
"To fifteen year olds and a thirteen year old. Were injured saturday evening. After gunfire erupted at camp creek marketplace in east point the three teens were shot about nine pm at the shopping center off camp creek parkway according to east point police spokesman captain alan glover. Witnesses told police that the trio had been walking in the area near america delhi and cammie cakes at some point. A man in a black jacket fired shots into the crowd of people striking. The teens was shot in the arm. One in the leg and one in the shoulder according to channel two action news. The teens were taken to a local hospital. Their conditions were not provided
Indian farmers begin hunger strike amid fury against Modi
"Indian farmers taking part in more than two months of protest against new agricultural laws have begun a hunger strike to re offend the peaceful nature of that movement following violent clashes with police deleted say the hunger strike is timed to coincide with the death anniversary of Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi who was famed for his non violent resistance to colonial rule tens of thousands of farmers have been camped on the edge of New Delhi since November seeking the repeal of rules they say will favor large agribusiness and corporations moody and his allies say the laws and necessary to modernize Indian agriculture multiple rounds of talks between the two sides have been unsuccessful get both sides appear to be growing more entrenched I'm surpasses
Indian farmers begin hunger strike to protest agriculture laws
"Of Indian farmers have been observing a one day hunger strike to protest against the new agriculture laws, which they say will benefit big private buyers. It coincides with the anniversary of the death of the independence leader Mahatma Gandhi. Tens of thousands of farmers have camped on the outskirts of Delhi for more than two months. The government argues that the new farm reforms will attract more private investment.
Angry farmers storm India's Red Fort in challenge to Modi
"Begin today in india where the anger of farmers is intensifying. Today is india celebrated national holiday. Tens of thousands of farmers marched rode horses and drove tractors into india's capital delhi. The farmers stormed an iconic historic site. The red ford kind of take that to prime minister. Narendra modi for two months now. Farmers across india have been protesting peacefully for the most part. They're furious about new laws at removed fixed prices for their goods. Prime minister modi says. The changes will benefit farmers. Farmers are not buying
"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.
"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..
"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.
"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.
"delhi" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
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"delhi" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"One of the more dizzying aspects of the digital age. Is that although you can make. Your Voice heard around the globe with a couple of clicks. It's increasingly difficult to know whether you should. You might end up at the bottom of a twitter pile on water. Cooler conversations might get tense. You might even get fired from your job. And it's not clear if the law would protect you. Don t the free speech at work is is somewhat on the threat. Sasha is the Economist Public Policy Editor. I sleep because employers are increasingly keen to get involved in water and please say outside of work but also because they are increasingly policing the type of language employees use at work and both of those together I would argue are a threat to free speech. So why do you think that this is a threat now? Why why more threat than it's ever been really changing this. This is convergence of technological changing cultural change. Social media is everywhere now and walks that is on the one hand wonderful if blurs your work the southerner with your private and it can become unclear. Sometimes who is tweeting Hale? Who is making a post and companies are increasingly worried about that and whereas before when you stepped out of the door of your office your duty. Today it's very unclear whether you're ever off duty and where indeed your employer may have a reasonable case to say. Well hang on a second. You can't say that until you may have heard the company by saying that this is second thing which is that sort of the nature of belief is changing so whereas before earlier in the in the twentieth century most people would have affiliated with religious beliefs. That is now. Changing religious affiliation is going down and in exchange other types of beliefs are feeling that foy soup put that all together you have a real in both the means as well as the types of communication that people putting out that but the nature of these debates comes quickly up against the the sort of the law given rights to to free speech. Right I mean what are the. What are the legal issues around this as it stands now stay different per country but I would argue on the whole the protections specifically for free speech in the workplace or Valley Week in the past protections? I've come to specific group. So if you'll beliefs of your views came out of religious beliefs there are thirty solid protections in place Not being dismissed because of those and one of the interesting things that's happening now in prison. Is that understandably? Starting argue will hang on what about non religious beliefs? I feel them just as deeply and they are just as important to me as religious beliefs to others. Can I get protections? Please so you say that. The the sort of Impart the retreat from religion where there is plenty of case law to define what free speech is. Protected means that there are new beliefs. No less strongly held the then. The question arises. What kinds of things though are we talking about? An and how does one draw the line between strongly-held held belief for instance about say animal testing versus dislike of immigrants? Yes extremely complex and it depends embracing which is probably gone furthest with looking at these kinds of protective beliefs. Part of the criteria of things like it needs to be generally held and more than just an opinion needs to be a weighty and substantial parts of day to day life it needs to have a certain level of cogency and seriousness. And it needs to be woody of respects in a democratic society. Those criteria assessed in Britain with a with a case in two thousand nine but on roughly. It means that something like supporting football team wouldn't meet those criteria because it doesn't sort of impact your day to day life in a substantial way no matter what song football fans myself but ethical veganism in certain cases did count as protected belief but what about the cases where something would be legally protected for instance under those those criteria. You lay out but would still be problematic for an employer that might create an uncomfortable situation for a for some employees or someone could take reasonable offense or someone could misread that as a accompany view rather than an employee's view legal protections caseloads clear on on on religious beliefs. So let's go back there for second. Don't give employees a carte blanche right. Yes you have extra protection in place because of your religious beliefs however they are not unlimited and if you are harassing or making hate speech or whatever we still feel that there's a case to be as an employer to get rid of you tanishing grand so yes. Employers absolutely do have a claim to make regardless to whether or not protections are in place and that's true whether or not it's a belief or just an unpopular political opinion. I mean what point two bosses say. I'm employing you and you're harming my business. I think it gets quite interesting. Because employers make a contract with their employees you provide X. Work we give y money here are the terms and conditions on of that is reasonable and in a way. I think you should think of speech sort of in the way that you think of dress code and say well of cool so employees can set some reasonable limits on the conduct including speech of employees whilst they are in the office representing the company elsewhere right so that base is fairly clear where it gets much harder and where it's really interesting. I think today is what about beyond that. So where cannon employers say just because you were at home or just because you were tweeting from an account said views on my own where can I still say? Yes but what you said harmed us. Examples can be the most obviously saying something that could harm the business of your glorious. I work for a Meat Company. A new tweet. Veganism is the future. Don't meet but even more. Interestingly of us they are not directly related to your job for example controversial political views. As we've seen with a number of sports does he accidentally or otherwise insulted China and got their employers into an awful lot of trouble which ended costing questionable money even though their jobs had nothing to do with the statements. They made online so again. The question there is to what extent cannon shoot and employers able to interfere that by disciplining or even terminating contracts. So all of this just boils down to the nature of the free speech. That should be protected. Yes I think. Free speech will generally is really at the heart of all of this and indeed. You can help us move away from this idea that everybody needs to claim special protection for the simple rights to speak up. Ideally companies will have the same interests does societies in protecting free speech both at work. And and beyond that. And when they to clash? This is where you do need robust laws to protect free speech because we sat in the as a paper would believe that free speech may not always be in the interest of companies but it is always in the interest of society. You know it's one of the cornerstones free and open societies to be able to have free speech without fear of losing your livelihood so in those cases is it is essential my opinion that protections for workers are robust where they onto ready social. Thank you very much for your time. Thank station.
"delhi" Discussed on Undisclosed
"Climb Johnnie witnesses challenges. Her mother handles public protests. Political pressures does and media decks while still successfully investigating and closing the case against all six suspects while attack on difficult prove johnny was right about careers. She ultimately finds hope in her mother's resilience and decides to give city and other Jones and so the CIA who returned to Karachi after studies instill lives there. Today she wanted to build her life as a writer and advocate in her own country. Show ends apiece on causative note stating the for the Women Women of Pakistan female police officers are not destroyed Morton's their symbols of a brighter future. That's the main thing shuffled when she washed Deli crying dining who we've always had women police officers. Don't get me wrong says Shah but the young women now are really becoming empowered. The failure sitting down and saying I am going to do this. Why not why? Can't I have the same opportunities Beena Shas essay about the CD's struck struck a chord with her audience. And was shed far invite so far and wide in fact it reached the eyes of arief albeit precedent focus on Hussein Shah a twitter. DM thanking thanking her for writing about the importance of the minimum policing. He agreed that much more needs to be done to recruit and support women overcome so many barriers to join US nontraditional field and expressed hope that Fox television and film would also follow the lead of Delhi and tell stories that showed women positive and Boffa light. She was surprised instant thrilled to hear. From President Ali. It remains to be seen whether his administration will take any officials steps to support improvements to these archaic and Patriarch Assistance Systems with Charles. Call them clearly. Got Him thinking whatever happens Deli. GRIME had a profound impact on Russia and the impact resonated rated with hundreds of thousands of readers through obese and she hopes this is just the beginning because unshod side of the border to there. Are People like police superintendent so high and countless other to life stories female resilience and Barbara Stories of Pakistan even who are victimized but refused to remain victims one. CD's is not enough says shop. We need hundred deadly crimes It feels really great to be a part of something that could probably bring about change. First and foremost I would like to tank Beena not for promoting the show but for promoting adding a need of every woman in the world every woman who doesn't have equal opportunities every woman who is actually fighting a battle battle to just find her footing in the world which is rightfully hers. So thank you very much for talking about these women for reaching out such a large audience audience through your articles through your effort. Because that is how change would begin I'm not undermining mining. The problems that are there. I am not undermining the difficulties that women face on a day to day basis whether it's about safety security their rights it's their education. They're hygiene medical care. There are multiple multiple issues that women are fighting every single day. But I also want to say that yes systems do hold you back but the only way you can overcome it is if you stop holding in yourself back and you become bigger than the system and you believe that change starts from home not from the outside and I really really hope that every single woman who's listening to this fines strand do stand up for what she wants. It might not be necessarily appropriate according to the standards what other women want. But if this is what you want then you should go all out and get what you want and us for help. nope please ask for help. A lot of us do not we just invite our own battle but believe me. You're not alone in this battle. There are a lot of women across the globe. who identify with exactly the same problems you have? So it's not your battle alone so reach out ask for help and as a woman who has more it is on the path of empowerment reach out to others. Be a change not just for yourself but for every single woman across the globe and when you've never considered a woman is going to do this job you don't even think in terms of what is she going to need and if you're a man you're not going to understand Dan women's needs so what I'm saying. Is that when you when you've never even imagined that women are going to be doing these jobs. You don't even get close to actually think about. Okay what are the things that are going to need. Thank you for listening to because I watched next week. We'll hear how a school was turned upside down with a stranger things. Transformation mm-hmm because I watched is produced by Netflix and spoke media. Today's essay was written by Rob Chowdhury and read by Shefali Shaw Special. Thanks to being for sharing her story. I'm Meredith Goldstein. We'll see you next week.
"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.
"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.
"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.
"delhi" Discussed on Environment: NPR
"A top White House lawyer make the decision to lock up president trump's Ukraine call in a secret computer system has impeachment investigators want this this man John Eisenberg to testify today. Eisenberg is a legal adviser to the National Security Council and he was allegedly involved in moving transcript of president trump's call with Ukraine's Raines President to this highly classified server it's bringing in pure White House correspondent Tim McKee is with us this morning hi there Tom Good Morning Okay so who is John Eisenberg or what do we need to know here so his official title is deputy counsel to the President for National Security Affairs and legal adviser to the National Security Council that long title gets to the significance against his role here not only is he the top lawyer for the National Security Council he is also a senior member of the White House counsel's office sort of bridging these two parts of the White White House that are central to Ukraine scandal he joined the trump White House early on in two thousand seventeen my colleague Franklin or Dona spoke to people who worked with Eisenberg and who described him as cautious competent someone who keeps detailed notes he has a math degree from Stanford law degree from Yale and worked on national security issues in the George W Bush Justice Department Michael Mckay Z. Attorney General in the Bush administration worked with Eisenberg and calls him bright very very competent and highly ethical if he put the president's conversation with with the Ukrainian leader on restrictive platform Which I think he did then he had good reason to do it conversations between heads of state generally are are the kinds of conversations but neither participant wants to see beliefs to to the to the public all right so tom he takes notes he's in these two orbits that are very central to this whole scandal I mean it sounds like investigators have allot they might learn from him yes there's a lot they would like to learn from him he is this key point person whose name keeps coming up in testimony from others there's as the person that people who were worried about the president's call or activities around the call went to to register their concerns sern so to witnesses said they went to him after July tenth meeting at the White House where visiting Ukrainian officials were trying to get a meeting between the president of Ukraine and the president trump and we're told about the need for investigations and and also one witness said that he went to Eisenberg after the July twenty fifth phone call expressing concerns there's also reporting as you mentioned before that Eisenberg was the one who decided to lockdown records of that call and why would did he do that do we know well there are a lot of reasons to do that including simply that this White House is super sensitive about leaks and concerns earns about things leaking out but also multiple people went to him and said that they were they had concerns so there's a chance the White House as they've done in the past with others could block Izenberg from from testifying right there is a better than good chance that in fact and there are a number of things that they might site including attorney client privilege village as well as a broader immunity that they claim for executive branch officials who advised the president to avoid congressional testimony Moni also the White House counsel's office called the investigation a sham and have said that the White House won't be participating there are four witnesses called all to testify today it's quite possible that none of them will show up based on on public statements leading into this Tam thanks so much you're welcome empire White House correspondent Tim this morning the whistle blower who set off off the impeachment inquiry in the first place remains anonymous that's right and president trump really wants to know who it is he's calling on news organizations to identify hi this person but in the meantime it's been a development the whistle blower has offered to answer questions from House Republicans in writing the whistle blowers lawyer lawyer Mark Zayd told hold this ten? PR's Bobby Allen and Bob is in the studio with us this morning Bobby Hey okay so you've talked to this lawyer for the whistleblower what what exactly is he offering you yes so this guy as you mentioned and Mark Zayd and he represents slower told me yesterday that the whistle blower has agreed to answer questions from Republicans now it was sort of sudden caught some people by surprise surprised but if you've been following carefully you know that this isn't the first time the offer has been extended so written testimony from the whistle blower was on the table once before but what's different this time is that the questions and answers wouldn't involve Democrats who of course control the committee's who are leading the investigation so this is a direct channel of communication now open to Republicans ends and this lawyer says the whistle blower will answer questions under oath so under penalty of perjury just as long as the individual's identity is not in danger of being revealed It seems like this is an offer this kind of response to some of the Republican criticism which has been the Democrats have been controlling a lot of the process are republicans.
"delhi" Discussed on My Black Friend
"So we've addressed this is real this is absolutely. Would it be released? Just the comeback. The next week in Delhi. About this this this so much. They do would have we just an NBA f and we just come back the next week and change the name to my white friend. We just talk about all the same stuff over again. All over getting perspective. They did. So. We we do the big blow off to seventy five got a clip show. We get you know, deebo doing his goodbye goodbye, this tears crying. Everybody's huddled around. And we close it out. You hear Eboni for the last time. And then we come back the next week. We drop to seventy six we we just talk about some dumb raises shit in the news and never acknowledged that. There was a final episode. But then so people think, oh, they got us and we're back. But then, but we never do another episode after that. There is no to seventy seven. We just stick. But it is seventy five is, okay. It's planet. Yeah. It's this. I life for me is changing in. I knew the minute. I had a kid. I'm I'll take that back. I feel like the minute. I had a kid. I could handle doing a show every week. Acing that diagnosed was when she started changes your, and I think you can if you go back, and listen, and I can tell you I wanna get died unless he got diagnosed last June twenty seventy you can.
"delhi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That even if we removed all pollution sources from the environment. So we took humans out of the equation. There would be a very very small amount remaining. So for example, natural forest fires generate particulate matter waves crashing generates particles in the air. So there was never a time when there was zero air pollution, whether it was zero ozone Alzira particulates, I think perhaps more interesting question is, well, what would be the minimum level that we think we could get to whilst also sustaining the size of population that the planet is going to have. Back in Delhi because is hoping that this November is not as bad as last year's when he could only just about giant to work. He says everyone in Delhi is dreading a similar winter wondering if they'll be enough stocks of air purifiers, if they can leave the city if things get too bad and whether the smoke from the burning of crops double from neighboring states will choke deli once again. radical solutions like giant air. How is may provide some relief and delis government has already taken some steps to clean up. This city will combat cars and factories smoke and just like Mexico City Delhi can turn the corner. But then it will have to tackle something much harder ozone, and that comes from things we take for granted every day. All cities not just deli. Have a long way to go before they can say the air is clean..
"delhi" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
"Work truck i use it for co worker around the house so i'll never get rid of that date for for years but i don't want to put those kind of miles of the gallon it so thought okay the car they just gave me i really like it it's chevy malibu it's like thirty four miles to the gallon jacob stan the delhi information center shows me about getting about thirty four miles per gallon and it's a great car for this kind of dr but i don't have enough in my f you son go in and take cash close but then i'd have no fun funded all my savings goals things that i'm planning to save up for those would all be gone how much are you proposing to spend on this car i haven't even looked at the cost of number one you have to do that before anything well i don't wanna get that's that's true but i don't want to i don't wanna get some beater car to work on no one suggested you get a her car but you do realize that you're going to get a much better deal if you buy a car that you're too old not a beater car that's been reconditioned and warranty okay that's good advice i buying a new car is a big waste of money yeah it is you pay a lot what were you trying to impress are you a swinging single you want to impress girls i mean why do you need a brand new car if.
"delhi" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"Yeah no i don't think that that so they're not here in california i don't believe okay we've will viscous caught my eye out of selfinterest because the jason's delhi that is a stone's throw from my house is actually on the list of ones that were breached so exactly so all right whatever near which i like office are on a and we we have we have quite the cyberhunt go down all the dark web right now we have jason's dna soon to have jason's dogs dna and now poppa bitterness discredit gary ago ariza jason's delhi is a chain of delhi's popular place i forget how many states there in at least twenty there so you know there they're all over the place in this week they announced on their website that they verified what had been uh suspected since late last year that um uh they had a major breach up to two million unique payment card numbers have been impacted um so that's a lot it it it's a lot in any of the usual stuff name um user everything you would need to to uh to compromise someone's credit card and so they they know this because the card showed up on the dark web for sale so if you've had anything to eat at a jason's delion you used a card in the past six months or so be on your look out for false charges on your credit card you may want to do you wanna be proactive you may want to go and get that number changed gem actually i this reminds me a friend of mine i was talking with though early last week was saying that he has a thing activated with his credit card were basically anytime anything is charged on his credit card he gets a text message.
"delhi" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Delhi senator to reconcile their bills like to chuck doris bad guys on tv and to the movies now he and his wife aged in a different kind uh uh the martial arts nascar has another they should probably had to give up my film career now chuck norris is taking on big management after his wife named suffered complications she says came after she was injected with a contrast agent for an mri i had uh hogged uh uh i couldn't rugby more type of katangese lay my memory uh had muscle wasting their attorney says the chemical john him was the corporate fraud patients originally thought to have lyme disease rail ash the norris's if suit drug distributor mckesson which says it's reviewing the complete stands behind the safe products yes news la actor jon hilaman has died he is best remembered for portraying higgins in the 1980s tv series and be i alongside tubs zelic oh my god you'll have been also appear to the it had roles in several tv series including the love boat and the betty white janowski john hilemon was eighty four now with the weekend bus seen johnson yes there are a couple of terrific plaza braga acts in the area this evening goes world war his a cheap trick heart jorgen there at the casino ball in hampton beach felixtowe verona fiftieth anniversary and there's to blow us a call in daring and have unseen vollmann senator you could see rodrico he gabriela at the casino mom room brits lawyers of the as a nature center in manchester new hampshire the ally young the blues.
"delhi" Discussed on FT News
"For the financial times in delhi this is ft news and i'm ju it's nothing new delhi india's capital city has been famous voids glorious winter's a time of festivities and delicious season than food but in recent years the city has also acquired an unwanted accolade as one of the world's most polluted cities with its ed dirtier than the air in beijing to discuss delis severe air pollution crisis i'm joined by the fda's saudi shibuta achieve amy cosmin amy it's that time of the year we in delhi have begun to dread the wily the hindu festival of lights is around the corner and you like many others are planning an escape from the city why because divulje basically ushers in conditions that can only be described as apocalyptic the festival of lights in the last few decades has come to be celebrated by virtually every family in the city lighting off firecrackers and the combined result of twenty two million people or their families all setting off boxes in boxes of firecrackers in the name of a good time essentially just causes a horrific spike in air pollution that lingers not just that night but for days afterwards unfortunately divulje coincides with the change of the weather so during the summer when it's very heart the pollution isn't as bad or its able to disperse and in the monsoon there's lots of wind and rain which helps keeps the air clean but to volley ushers in the beginning of winter so the temperature's cool down and there's an inversion layer so all the pollutants that are already circulating in the environment are held much closer to the ground on the air quality is much worse.