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"delhi india" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Rhythm can you hear me all right I don't think I'll wait we're gonna try to establish with them back joining us there of course from Mumbai we'll see if we can get this stylish that connection with for them decide alright let's get your first were news first China's manufacturing activity as I mentioned rebounded strongly in March signaling the economy is rebounding despite slumping global demand caused by the coronavirus official PMI rose to fifty two in March that's up from the record low of thirty five point seven in February while the rise indicates better sentiment month a month that Chinese factories the case doesn't measure actual output which remains a long way from normal president trump says the U. I should say for a virus infection rates peak within the next two weeks S. as the country faces a challenging month ahead is focused more states impose restrictions with Virginia and Maryland issuing lockdowns New York City meanwhile said the rate of new cases is slowing more than three quarters of a million people around the world have been infected with thirty seven thousand fatalities the World Health Organization see signs upon a virus infection rate in Europe is starting to ease off as Spain and Italy for a small rising cases of dread is ordering people to stay at home over Easter while Rome is extending its own lockdown early April the W. H. O. continues to urge countries to step up isolation efforts to halt the spread of the virus everyone's talking about the the curveball and everyone talks about the stabilization the question is how do you go to I'm going down isn't just about a lock down and go to get from the numbers not just stabilize requires a redoubling of public health efforts to push down right for sports news I think we've established connection with the sidewalk as Delhi India MD and head of equity research for them thank you so much for for dealing with our tech issues of course and and hope you're holding up during this lockdown as well in your country.
"delhi india" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Sure glad you're with us on this tighten up Tuesday resurrection president was over in India yesterday he actually is talking about the corona virus and he actually requested some money so we can make sure to combat any kind of outbreak let's listen to cut C. Donald Trump yesterday while working very hard we're spending a tremendous amount of money also on we just ask for two and a half billion dollars on getting everything ready just in case something should happen and also helping other nations that really aren't equipped to do it but of course you know there's always the nearby that with those from earlier today I keep thinking it's yesterday because the time difference between here and New Delhi India I mean it was earlier today Chuck Schumer though yesterday was talking about president trump not having a plan let's listen in I I again I apologize you have to listen to Chuck Schumer and then the next sound bite we have after this but this is Chuck Schumer has to say about the whole corona virus thing this is cut G. all the warning lights are flashing bright red we are staring down a potential pandemic and the administration has no plan we have a crisis of corona virus and president trump has no plan no agency no understanding of the facts or how to coordinate a response where's Chuck on the floor of the Senate shaking in his boots well Nancy Pelosi was taking a walking tour of Chinatown yesterday kind of telling people Hey listen you have nothing to fear let's listen to Nancy Pelosi this is cut H. here warranted.
"delhi india" Discussed on WJR 760
"A racist society from top to bottom impacting healthcare housing criminal justice education you name it and clearly this is an issue that must be dealt with but in terms of criminal justice what we have got to do is understand the system is broken is races we invested our young people in jobs and education not more jails up to me I put burning in jail I put him in for subversion but this is not free speech when you were going out fanning the flames of hatred and racism which is resulting in the shooting of cops for example in New York like this piece of garbage is doing and what he continues to the base our society calling it races what is the most I would say the best place on earth to live in which is why all the third world is a killing each other to get here how race is going to be you lying bomb you but I don't wanna get excited I'm not going to get too excited speaking of airplanes so I don't want to go on and I I saw an article today in on the local paper that there was a flight from New Delhi India that's already fifteen hours generally fifteen hours from New Delhi to SFO well because of the fog this thing with twenty hours forgive us of all these past your stock on the plane for twenty hours now could you imagine getting stuck in the galley in New Delhi for couple hours and flying fifteen hours to getting stock on the ground for three to four hours when you land because of the fog could imagine the stink on that plane I looks to me like they have to sell it plain for parts after this flight there's no D. contaminating the owners on that airplane you could rip out the upholstery it wouldn't matter I don't care what you do to that plane it's a parts it's a parts only have yet apart.
India celebrates Republic Day with military parade
"Paul scenario said he was looking forward to being the chief guest at India's national day military and cultural parade today in New Delhi India celebrates January twenty sixth of the anniversary of its adoption of its constitution in nineteen
"delhi india" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"The country is after the procedure will that immediately Seoul checks on foreign military trainees here will be tightened Tom forty CBS news Washington a deadly fire broke out in a factory in New Delhi India this weekend BBC news is a merry a memo Chaudhry has details we're getting reports that at least thirty five people have died in a factory fire near New Delhi now the report suggests that thirty five people have died and fifty people have been rescued by a fire crews that's according to new Delhi's deputy fire chief Cinhil Chowdhry CBS news correspondent Sam lead singer tells us about some historical documents describing and especially dark period in Japan they were euphemistically called comfort women like this now old woman we remain they were mostly sex slaves women held by Japan during World War two raped by Japanese troops the Kyoto news service as its review nearly two dozen recently discovered documents that highlight the Japanese government's role in the system including a request from the army that one's sex slave be provided for every seventy Japanese soldiers Japan's neighbors especially south Korea's AA Tokyo still isn't fully admitting its role in this Sam with singer CBS news anyone who loves New Orleans is mourning the death of a man who helped create a cocktail well known in the crescent city CBS news correspondent but Michigan has that story it's a New Orleans staple a drink called the hand grenade and the man who helped create the iconic cocktail burn hard has died at the age of eighty the hand grenade is frozen lime green served in a tall next plastic container with a smiling hand grenade at its base the times Picayune New Orleans advocate reports burn hard and his business partner got the inspiration when they found plastic squirt guns in the shape of hand grenades the drink reportedly.
"delhi india" Discussed on KOMO
"Retirement right now mind you the system is not mala intended right no one sitting up dancing well which professional wakes up and says well let me see who's life I can mess up today I mean that's quite the contrary every professional wakes up with the idea I want to go ahead and help people the best that I know how but here's the problem I think America is dealing with the herd mentality whatever other people are going to do is going to be good for me but seventy percent of people are not going to live their lives up in their own home therefore we are resigned as a society to say Hey if I get Alzheimer's I suppose over that point of time is something bad happens a move at that point in time what would you do if you were not born in America let's see you were born in Mogadishu let's say you're born in New Delhi India and you didn't have nursing homes what questions would you be asking that's the difference it's not that I have so much better information and knowledge but what I do have what the average person does not have his number one is not the herd mentality yeah and number two it is a perspective if other parts of the world can do a much better job helping their people grow older better good luck less financial resources surely we can do a whole lot better and that's what life plan is turned out to be look at every pounding aspect is a rare where are my opportunities but I can go down each number let's say healthcare we know that seventy percent of people over the age of sixty five will fall ill it's not a question if the about seventy percent of people these sixty five will fall ill and once the fall ill they will see themselves as a burden education about as you get healthcare should be how do enough for them to begin with housing everyone wants to live the life of my own home less than thirty percent of Americans would be able to do that so what is the common factor in the thirty percent to do as compared to the seven percent who don't that's looking at housing differently Zaman finance the same legal things changing the way America retires that is.
"delhi india" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"Uh It was a cold winter's night in nineteen forty seven when thirty seven year old. Rafe is ARD. I heard of the creature he would come to know as the Buro is ARD. A foreign correspondent for the Daily Mail had been stationed in Delhi India for over a year on this night. He was visiting his friend. EPF Hamilton a member of the Indian. Forestry Service the two men happily trade war stories over a snifter snifter of Brandy. The men shared an adventurous spirit is art had spent much of his life chasing frontline stories as a war or correspondent and Hamilton worked for years in the interior of India's vast forests. Taking puff of his cigar is our lamented to to his friend. There's nothing left to discover anymore. Hamilton disagreed there were still blank spaces on the map. In fact he'd heard about a zoologist Charles stone owner who found a mysterious lost valley in the jungle covered mountains of Assam at the easternmost Ed Jr of India. syncing is arts. Excitement Hamilton continued. The valley was said to be like something out of Sir Arthur CONAN. Doyle's the lost lost world. There were reports of ancient animal bones buried in the mud and an obscure reptile with a long snout fangs and tusks wchs called the Buru before he even left. Hamilton's house is ARD was already formulating a letter to Dr Stone. Her from a a single conversation in the warmth of the bungalow a fire had been lit inside is art he could only imagine the glory that awaited him if he discovered discovered a new species somehow some way he would find the mysterious beast or he would die trying. Hi.
Climate Strike protests hit cities across the world.
"Coming up on the news a millions take to the streets is climate strike protests hit cities across the world. US Administration blocks urgent whistle. Oh blow disclosure and Israel's Arabs could lead parliamentary opposition. It's Friday September twenty. I'm Anthony Davis millions of people people are demonstrating to demand action on climate change in scores of cities around the world including hotbeds of the environmental movement such as London in New York San Francisco and Seattle many groups are involved in organizing the strikes including schoolchildren trade unions environmental groups and employees at large tech companies such as Amazon and Google and that demands are all similar reducing the use of fossil fuels to try to halt also climate change Australia saw some of the first protests kickoff this morning with organizers estimating that upwards of three hundred thousand students and workers carr's filled the streets of Melbourne Sydney and other cities in the biggest protests. The country has seen in years. New Delhi India one of the world's most polluted titties so dozens of students environmental activists chant we want climate action while hundreds marched in Thailand's capital Bangkok before staging a die in outside the Ministry of Natural Resources in London thousands of people from infants to grandparent's blocked traffic outside outside the houses of parliament chanting save our planet crowds had gathered in European capitals including Berlin and Warsaw African capitals pedals such as Nairobi Kenya while organizers say there are some eight hundred events planned to take place in the US later New York City's one point one million in public school students were told they were allowed to skip class to attend protests a coalition of environmental groups youth organisations unions is an otherwise using the Hashtag strike with us have demanded passage of a green new deal demonstrations at times to nearly coincided with Monday's Sundays. UN Climate Summit in New York where United Nations Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez has said he wants to see governments and business pledged to abandon fossil fossil fuels. We are losing the fight against climate change. He said at a news conference on Wednesday Fridays for future began as a weekly demonstration in by Swedish teenager Greta Tune Berg in August last year but has since spread to more than one hundred and fifty countries miss tune. Berg leads the charge and we'll speak the south to noon at the strike in New York. The action comes at a time when scientists discovered North America has lost twenty nine percent of its birds since since one thousand nine hundred seventy commuter is still reeling from Hurricane Humbert. Oh and the city of Houston is recovering from tropical depression. Imelda severe rains and flash flooding only two years after Hurricane Harvey for thousands of student protesters around the world. The fate of the planet is a serious business. The trump administration plunged into an extraordinary showdown with Congress of access to a whistle blowers complaints about reported incidents including a private conversation between President Donald Trump and a foreign leader the blocked complaint a serious and urgent the government's intelligence watchdog said the inspector general appeared before the House intelligence committee behind closed doors yesterday but declined under administration orders to reveal to members the substance of the complaint the standoff raises fresh questions about the extent to which trump's allies are protecting the Republican president from oversight and specifically if he's acting director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire is working with the Justice Justice Department to shield the president from the reach of Congress trump though giving no details about any incident denied that he would ever say something inappropriate appropriate on such a phone call representative Adam Schiff the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said he was prepared to go to court to try to force the trump administration and to open up about the complaint. The inspector general has said this cannot wait said Schiff describing the administration's blockade as an unprecedented departure gotcha from law. There's an urgency here that I think the courts will recognize. He said because the administration is claiming. The information is privileged shifts said he he believes the whistle. Blowers complaint likely involves the president or people around him. Donald Trump in a series of tweets has denied everything. Israel's Arab parties set to be the largest non ruling blocking parliament and and could even lead the opposition. If a national unity government emerges from Tuesday's election a surge in turn out gave the arab-dominated joint list thirteen of the Knesset's one hundred twenty seats making it the third largest grouping behind Benjamin Netanyahu's right-wing Likud party with thirty one seats and Benny Ganz is centrist blue and whites with thirty three that would make the joint list the largest opposition grouping in parliament. If a unity government government take shape a realistic possibility even though Ganz rebuffed Netanyahu's initial invitation no party drawn from the twenty one percent Arab Arab minority has ever been part of an Israeli government this would provide a platform to voice Arab complaints of discrimination against them and give a big platform formed Arab parties that differ with parties drawn from the country's Jewish majority. You can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast APP or enable the news as your Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skill follow US on twitter. Ask The news underscore podcast. The news is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.
"delhi india" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Thousand nine in Delhi. India? This is. Ramadan Luxembourger Ryan is an economist and a senior research scholar at Princeton University. He's been tracking the rise of superbox Fanini twenty years. He says what happened to reach eat was more than just bad luck. It was the result of misuse of antibiotics. We've took for Brompton we taught that we could use them like sugar pills that they was safe. And that was this was just something that biologists water about that. You'd have actually seen real life coat antibiotics, a shed global resource. What do you mean by that? It's a lot like, you know, the fish in the ocean. If you fish less fish, everyone else every time you use antibiotics does less effectiveness for everyone else. As a front line in the fight against superbugs. It's in places like this. The neonatal intensive care unit. Chuck narrow children's hospital in New Delhi sixty thousand Indian babies dying every year from drug resistant infections. He's a little boy. And he has a has an infection. Doc. Judge told us the antibiotics she routinely use ten years ago on no longer effective. That's forced her to use Callisto. The toxic lost line antibiotic given to David Ritchie said he has an infection and the only antibiotic.
Modis operandi: Indias enormous election
"The biggest democratic exercise on earth, India's general election, the scale of it is staggering some nine hundred million people began voting last week at a million polling stations the process will continue until the twenty third of may. The election is the first since Rendra Mody, the leader of the Barth the junk party was sworn in as prime minister of India. He switched to power in two thousand fourteen with an inclusive. Message promising jobs and progress. His focus on Hindu unity majority faith in India. Put an end to seven decades of secularist politics since then though his popularity has waned somewhat economic growth is disappointing unemployment is relatively high. But the recent boiling over of long standing tensions with neighboring Pakistan has revitalized Mr. Modi's bid for reelection. So the election is as -ticipant it'd the biggest in the world ever, Alex trolley, India correspondent with the economist based in Delhi, India's largest means the world's largest you hear that an estimated nine hundred million Indians are eligible to vote and Indians ten devoted relatively high rates between sixty and eighty percent host states more than one in nine humans is eligible to vote and then the rigmarole of actually conducting elections in country as sprawling and in some ways challenges this one means that pulling takes a long time. So tell us about the render Mody so Narendra Modi has changed Indian politics indelibly, and that's something that we could have said even before the two thousand fourteen general election, India's last one of the most striking ways, formerly as that. He presents himself as something like a presidential candidate the party that he leads party John party or J P, really. Rides on his coattails Audie m accord, but he speaks forcefully up got got a bit the head. But was our up. What he what he projects the image of a strong, man, perhaps very virtuous, man. Also, a man with a hopeful attitude about the future about India's greatness, and it's claiming its rightful role in the world now. Notably the campaign. He ran in two thousand fourteen was much more focused on India's booming economy or Connie that everyone felt should be booming harder. This time round. He's voting rather. He's asking voters to choose him much more in the basis of his nationalist credentials is ability to protect India, from enemies, foreign enemies, internal enemies. It's in many ways a darker campaign. No less contentious. So on that note that how big a part will Pakistan play as an election issue. We'll. Custodian is playing a very large role say an outsized role in this election because of something that began in February and the middle of February. There was a terrorist bombing Indian-administered Kashmir that was horribly successful killed forty Indian soldiers paramilitary forces and came as a real blow to the sense of the nation. No thirteen days later, Mr. moody, ordered airstrikes and it's unclear what damage they did. But Pakistan responded with airstrikes of its own. And there was a dog fight. And India was able to walk away from this kind of mixed military exchange saying that Mr. moti had sought and found vengeance for the loss of those forty soldiers. And that this proves that his is the government that will defend against Pakistan. So every day since then on the campaign trail from not only his BJP, but from the other parties as well, you're hearing boxed on Pakistan. Pakistan, as if as if India box on relationships were the most important of all matters facing the Indian voter strange in part because the India-Pakistan relationship has been frozen solid for the past four years and has nothing apparent to do with any of the bread and butter issues that tend to determine elections in India. Well, what are the the real bread and butter issues? What do the the Indian voters really care about? Well, right now, it's different at different times. But right now, it seems like farmer distress is one of the very big things. And then from the more urban even middle class side of the electorate, it's kind of jobs crisis. What you have is not so much mass on employment of the western kind. Although the figure is record breaking for India. It's still only six point seven per cent. I believe and that may look low by western stand. Words, but what it reflects is huge disappointment on the part of the Indian workforce. It means that a lot of Indians would rather get no work at all than take up the sort of crummy jobs that are available to them. This isn't part of product of greater education and greater ambitions. And it's one of the things Mr. moody campaigned on most centrally in two thousand fourteen the number of jobs in India is barely greater now than it was then. So there seems to be plenty to challenge Mr. Mody on who are the other contenders his political threats. So the chief contender standing against Mr. Mody in the national level is Rahul Gandhi. He's the Siahaan of the Gandhi family that the narrow Gandhi family is great grandfather was the first prime minister of independent India, and he leads a party that has been badly battered in recent years, especially since Mr. moody reached prominence on the national stage. They command pathetically small number of seats in the lower house. And yet the head of that party. A young gash seeming middle aged man is the best hope in the form of personality. The opposition has against Mr. Mody, that's the congress party. And what makes them powerful would make them worth our attention at this point. Are the fact that every other party in Indy every other big party a couple of exceptions has come to see Mr. Modi's government as as an existential threat, and so they've all banded together. And what you have right now is this coalition led informally by Rahul Gandhi. But supported by every other big political party in the country. Now if that coalition can hold together, Mr. moody will really have to worry about keeping control of the government. I mean, democracy seems to be kind of always under threat, and and more. So all the time as the world's largest democracy. Do you think in the provides lessons for the rest of the world will India's examples should be inspiring? And that it's managed to maintain a democracy against extremely adverse circumstances, what was terribly impoverished nations still as mainly poor one extremely heterogenous and yet people keep voting in and especially the keep voting out leaders. They don't like so India's democracy that's worked even when it shouldn't. However, that's not to say that there isn't fragility in the Indian system and a lot of people have been concerned in the past five years that Mr. Modi's extremely effective control over all the institutions of the state might threaten democracy. Should he win power fairly one more time? So that's not to say that this current election, isn't lively and fully contested in democratic terms. But some people are afraid that this prime minister. Won't be capable of seeing the next one through so
New Delhi, India And Washington discussed on Masters in Business
"Washington to bed and activists put up posters and hoisted. A Tibetan flag in India's capital on Sunday to Mark the sixtieth anniversary of the nineteen fifty nine uprising against Chinese rule. Activists were assembling in New Delhi and plan to March
Towering Flames and Blocked Exits Leave 17 Dead at New Delhi Hotel
"At least seventeen people are dead after a fire at a budget hotel in New Delhi. India? And then you administer says list of the deaths at the show they build up at palace hotel. But you suffocate mum guests said rescue efforts delayed because engine ladders couldn't reach his floor. One of the fatalities was a woman who leapt from an upper floor to escape the flames of it. You shots by work at a nearby hotel should flames consuming the top of the building. We shall sororities say contained an unauthorized makeshift kitchen foam from sheets of fine.
New Delhi, India And Liberman discussed on The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway
"Liberman seventeen people have died in a fire at a hotel in central New Delhi an area with shops and hotels popular with tourists in India, four people who were injured were taken to hospitals about three dozen people were rescued and that firing golfed most of the
"delhi india" Discussed on KTOK
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"delhi india" Discussed on Straight Up Parenting
"And this is our first episode of off the cuff. I am excited. This is going to be so much fun. Cheetah? Are you excited? This is my first first part gas. I'm. Panik cited. So who are we going into this meta? So we're meaning a first off the cuff episode ever where we're talking about helicopter parents where meeting creepy pod. Yeah. Pretty was born and raised in Delhi India and worked in Dubai and has now made a home in Houston where she lives with her husband and her two kids. She's earned a degree in literature at Saint Stephens, college Delhi, and she's an entrepreneur by day and a writer blogger by night. So amazing, isn't it? Yeah. Her children to children aged eleven eight make sure that her days are filled with laughter, creative problem, solving occasional hair hair-pulling, she enjoys travel and performing arts. So we're very excited to have her. She's amazing. I think in our chat today, we we just have a blast. I really learned a lot to be able to let go and feel empowered about it. So let's get right into it. What's say, let's go sounds good today. We have with us. Creepy. I have just introduced you to her. And we're so excited to have you here on this cold and rainy Houston morning. Thank you for driving out here. I am very excited to be here for the first episode of Goth, bats, right? And we're just going to go as we move forward. We're gonna have many more guests, and you're going to enjoy this so much just make sure you get your Cup of coffee. I have my water. But these ladies don't have t-. I have green tea are totally have my green tea right here. I have full MO now. So when we take a quick break that you can go get yourself. That's right. But today, we're talking about a very interesting topic, which I feel that I'm going to admit this is my confession. And I think I am some part of a helicopter parent in some maybe not in all shapes and forms, but in some things for short, do I say proudly, I don't know. But I know this for sure that your children very well disciplined. I don't know. That's thank you. But you know, it's very interesting. So I hard of this term helicopter parenting not too long ago. Definitely after the whole tiger mom thing happened, right? And in preparation a little bit of preparation for today. I went in, and I looked at the definition of off helicopter mom, so I'm going to read it out to and apparently I did not know this, but eh fly helicopter parent became a dictionary entry in twenty eleven battery hung. Yes. So I I mean, I'm probably heard about it in two thousand seventeen. So I'm already quietly, but let me read out the definition. It says style of child rearing in which an overprotective mother or father discourages a child independence by being too involved in the child like what do you think? Yeah. I think it's bang on. Yeah. That's helicopter Banting. And I feel some mixture of parenting styles. Don't think we all are helicopter. Are you in that sense in all areas of functions of a tune in lives? I think it's a spectrum. It is night. I feel like, you know, every struggle as parents to find the right balance between being too permissive and being too protective. Right. So it's a tightrope that we walk every day. But if your child starts to feel like there's a helicopter hovering over their heads all the time than that's the problem. If you're taking away their ability to make independent decisions be able to analyze the data on the risk factors around them. And, you know, make a choice. That's the sound joys. That's wise choice and be able to do it independently. If you're around.
"delhi india" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"And I say, you know, at I look at it. And I say, you know, we spend all this money looking for aliens up from the sky when in point of fact, I. And their other animals. Your lectures are about all different types of animals were not about big cats. We're talking about elephants penguins eagles season puppies. You know? So that's what really makes it so incredibly interesting, right? Yeah. Yeah. In the living in alien worlds. One of the most fascinating things that came out is that Bumblebee have the second most complex language in the world. Really we have. Yup, they wound using Dan, they communicate using chemicals heat. They have a very very complex communication system. So this this little animal that has pin ties brain has an incredibly complex way communicating thought. Right. A B, right? Right. And then we interviewed Irene pepper Berg who had Alex the parrot. We did one about dogs. It turns out the title of that was so you think you know, your dog. Nah factor dog knows you better than you know, the dog, and I believe that one right? And you do a lot of work that elephants and protecting elephants. We do. We'd. Yeah. Bringing in some conservation groups, recently, we recently had wildlife S O S, which is absolutely fabulous group from New Delhi India, and that has single handedly stopped the dancing their trade. Dancing in India, which was a horrible horrible. Yes. Paying for their entire lives. And now they're tackling the use of temple elephants and elephants for tourists because the elephants are treated unbelievably badly. They have big huge spiked metal things around their legs. They become you know, I can't. I know. Well, well, that's why you're doing is so important because even though you don't wanna hear it. You know, I'm saying I'm like I can't hear that. But if you have to hear it and get involved when she agree Bonnie as you did by starting this organization. Absolutely. I mean, it's very difficult to look at some of the things that we other species, very calm and not only in in with wild animals that we capture and delegate to live with complete torture, but the farm animals and the lab animals, and you know, the circus animals these animals should not be animals should be wild. If animals were wild. They would be allowed to help us keep the earth. Healthy. But in fact, we lock them up and subjects them to miserable lot, and they have had terrible impacts on our health on global security on, you know, the economy's and environmental sustainability. So we really kind of in a way to these poor other animals because of course, we're an animal ourselves, we turn these other animals into things that are destroying the planet in many ways, and it's not their fault. It's what we're doing that. Well that is killing ourselves. Yeah. Well, you must be proud of what you've accomplished bond, you feel that you know, more and more people are joining you. I know our listeners can get involved. Let us know how I must have good revealing that you're making a difference in many ways, you know, it's the thing that you get up every day and get you to the office to apply for the next grant to talk to the next corporation a plan, the next lecture and work. I love talking to conservationists and scientists and animal advocates about what they're doing and learning about the successes, and it's the successes we want to focus on in may as well. Yes. Amazing entrepreneurs out there and companies out there that are absolutely doing amazing work to change the world for other species as well as ourselves. Right. So we're going to be looking at that. And may as well. So that's the summited may tell our listeners exactly when in may that is and where they can get information to maybe come on down and take part. Absolutely. It's going to be may fifth five through seven seven in New York City part of it will be held at the explorers club in part of it will be held at the New York academy of medicine, which has very lovely large auditorium. So you can go to our site at WWW dot thinking animals United dot org. Donations are always appreciate if that's one of the daily. Yes. In running a nonprofit, but you can find out about the summit there. We have a wonderful interview series called wild voices where we interview animal advocates entrepreneurs innovators conservationists, we have a blog that we're just getting up and running interviewing people. Well, not interviewing people are writing articles about various aspects of animal, cognition or conservation for us in. There is an opportunity, of course to respond to it. We have vehicle really beautiful bracelets. Yes. I was just going to say about beautiful. I mean, these would make such great gifts. I really encourage people to take a look at these are so different. I think you call them spirit cuffs spirit costs. Yeah. Very out two and a half inches wide out. They have animals that beautiful images of animals on them. They're gorge on the of course, goes back to help you and to increase and to help the animals. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. I applaud you. I just want to finish by having you just talk briefly about how you feel having created this wonderful organization, and again, you know, some of your making a difference. And I really applaud you for that. It must be a great feeling. You know, it really is. I've done a lot of different things in my life. But I grew up with animals if certain point I said to myself, look, I'm going to be I hate to say this because it dates me. But I I'm gonna be looking at the last third of my life. What is it? What is it? That's really really is. Because I've done many many, many many many many different careers. What is it that? I want to that really at face at the core. What is it? That means something to me that I will that I want to devote the rest of my life to. And of course, I grew up with animals, my grandparents had a farm. Animals growing up. I went to school that was I was very lucky that put a big emphasis on nature, and no different trees and different flowers in the woods, and that sort of thing. So I grew up with a love of nature and a passion really a passion for animals, and that was it. It's something that I wish everybody in the world could have a passion. I think that you know, there's so many problems in the world, and they are so enormous. There's a thing called compassion fatigue. Is that you start to withdraw because in so many cases you feel as if there's nothing you as an individual can do. But in point effect is always defec- can do whether it just be becoming informed or starting a blog or telling your friends, or you know, helping in the cleanup. There's always something you can do. And if you put your mind to it, you will figure out what works for you. And I am. So lucky I figured out that that what what works for me tastic alive. But really, but it's well, and what you're doing too is, you know, is wonderful bringing voices to the public who care about animals. Thank you. It's wonderful. I'm really happy to forego, and I want people to know. So your website once again, Bonnie, WWW dot thinking animals United dot org, and also we can find you on Facebook, right? Yes. Our Facebook page is thinking animals United dot com slash thinking animals. United all one word, and that'll get you to our Facebook page, and we have great stuff. Great stuff. Yes. Book. Really you got about thirty thousand followers now almost thirty one. And they're very loyal group. It's wonderful. You really hit a home run here because you're programs are excellent. What you're doing is just really interesting, and I think everyone all of our listeners should. Log on.
"delhi india" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"My dog digs. Dirt is back we're here, with Bonnie wiper founder and, president of, thinking. Animals United Bonnie we're talking about your very unique organization in the fact that you offer some very interesting. Lectures and events I know, we mentioned briefly you have a summit coming up in may and I want to save. To our listeners this is something anyone can go. To my, right I mean you don't have to, be? A, scientist, right, no, no, no. No no no these are subjects that are of interest really every everybody would you share? Is. For everybody yes 'cause I wanna make sure Bonnie mention just a few of the lectures that you have. Over the year and because I want people to get an idea, as I said they're just. Really very interesting and by the way our website which, is thinking animals, United dot org you can see we're totally getting. The videos up. We videotaped everything so the videos are probably getting up onto the site and you can See, the actual, lectures. You can also find out about horrific spoken at each one so we've had exploring creative minds what is. Creativity and do animals think, creatively which is really can they tell problems, can they look at a situation they have. To crack a nut can they come up with. An interesting, way to solve that problem with cracking, the? Not, very, interesting, yeah, living, in. Alien worlds which is one particular one that I loved which is looking at I often? Say. To people when I'm talking about other species you know how do you heard has anyone here ever heard. Of SETI SETI which is the search for extraterrestrial intelligence a program, which we spend millions on. And other countries do as well and I say you, know at I, look at it and I say you know we. Spend all this. Money looking for aliens up from the sky when in point of fact And their other animals your lectures are about all different types of, animals were not about big cats we're talking about elephants penguins eagles puppies. You know so, that's what, really makes it so incredibly interesting right yeah, yeah in, the living in alien worlds one of the most fascinating things that. Came out is that bees Bumblebee have the second most complex language, in the, world really we have yes. They wow using Dan they communicate using chemicals heat they have a very very complex communication system so this. This little animal that has ten ties brain has an incredibly complex way communicating. Well thought right a. b., right right, and then? We interviewed Irene pepper Berg who. Had Alex the, parrot? We, did. One about dogs it turns out. The title of that was so you think you know your dog Ma fact your, dog knows you better. Than you know the dog I believe that one right and you do a lot of. Work that, elephants. And protecting elephants, we. Do we'd yeah bringing in some conservation groups recently we, recently had, wildlife SOS which is absolutely. Fabulous group from New Delhi India that has. Single handedly stopped the dancing bear trade Dancing in the which was a horrible, horrible yes Paying for their entire lives and now they're tackling the use of temple elephants and elephants. For tourists because, the elephants are treated unbelievably badly they. Have big, huge spiked, metal things. Around their legs they become you know I can't. I. Know Well well that's why you're. Doing. Is so, important because even though you don't wanna hear it you know I'm saying I'm like I can't hear that but if you have to hear it and get involved when she agree Bonnie, as you did by starting this organization absolutely, I mean it's very difficult to. Look at some of the things that we other. Species very and not only, in in with wild animals that we capture and delegate to. Live with complete, torture but the farm animals and the lab animals and, you know the circus animals these animals should not be animals should. Be wild, and if animals were wild. They would be allowed to help us keep the earth healthy but in fact we lock them. Up and subjects them to miserable lives and they have had terrible impacts on our health on global security you. Know the economy's, and environmental sustainability so we really kind. Of in, a way, of these. Poor other Animals, because of, course we're, an animal, ourselves we turn these. Other animals into things that are destroying the planet in many ways and it's not their fault it's what we're doing. Well. That is, killing ourselves yeah well you must be proud of what you've accomplished Bonnie you feel that you know more and more people are joining you I know our listeners can get involved let, us know how I must have that you're, making a difference in many ways. You know it's the thing that you get up. Every day and get you, to the office to apply for the next grant to talk. To the next, corporation a plan the next lecture and work I love, talking to conservationists and scientists and animal assets that what they're doing. And learning, about the successes and it's. The successes we want to focus on in may as well yes Amazing entrepreneurs out there and companies out there that are, absolutely doing amazing work to. Change the world for. Other, species as well as. Ourselves. Right, so we're going to be looking at that, and. May as well so that's the summited may tell our listeners exactly. When in may that is and where. They can get information to maybe come on. Down and take part absolutely it's going. To be, made fifty five through seven seven in New York City part of it will be held at the explorers club in Norse part of it will be, held at, the New York academy of. Medicine which has a very lovely large auditorium so you can go to our site at WWW dot thinking animals United dot org donations are always appreciate it that's one of the. Daily Yes In running a, nonprofit but you can find out about the summit. There we have a wonderful interview series called wild voices where we interview animal, advocates entrepreneurs. Innovators, conservationists we have a blog that we're just getting up and running interviewing. People, well not. Interviewing people are writing articles about various aspects of animal cognition or conservation for us in there is an opportunity of course to respond to. It we have, beautiful really beautiful. Bracelets, yes I was just going to say. Beautiful I, mean these would make such great. Gifts I really encourage people to take a look at these are so. Different I think you call them, spirit cuffs spirit costs out two and a half inches wide. Out they have animals and beautiful images of animals on. Them they're gorge on the of course goes back to help you and to increase and to help the. Animals. Yeah I, mean, yeah I applaud. You I just want to finish by having you just talk. Briefly about how, you feel having. Created, this wonderful organization and again you know. Some of, your making a difference and I. Really applaud you for that it must be a great feeling you know. It really is I've done a, lot of, different things in my life but I grew up. With animals if certain point I said to myself look. I'm going to be I hate to say this because it dates me but I'm I'm gonna be looking. At. The last, third, of my life What, is it what is it that's really. Really is because I've done many. Many many, many many many. Different careers what is it that I want to that, really face at the core what. Is it that means something to me, that, I will that I. Want to devote the rest of my life to, and of, course I grew up with animals my grandparents had a farm Had animals. Growing up I went to school that was I was very lucky that's put a big emphasis. On nature and knowing the different trees and different flowers in the woods and that sort of thing so I grew up with a love of nature and a. Passion really a passion for animals and that was it it's something that I wish everybody in the world could have a, passion I think, that you know there's, so many problems in the world. And they are so enormous there's a thing, called compassion fatigue is that you start to withdraw because in, so many cases? You've he'll as if there's nothing you as an individual can, do, but, in, point, effect is always. Can do whether it just be becoming informed or starting a blog or? Telling your friends? Or you know helping in the cleanup there's always something you can do and if you put your mind. To it you, will figure out what works. For you and I am So, lucky I figured out that that what what. Works for me Tastic, alive but, really but. It's well and what you're, doing too is you. Know is wonderful bringing. Voices to the public who care about animals I. Think it's wonderful I'm really, happy and, I want,.
"delhi india" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Line perhaps eight hundred seven three six thirty six sixty six is the number Here, on first, light we're gonna kick. It off this morning John in Springfield Missouri our inaugural call. John do you look. At this as a one sided argument or do you see both sides I see both sides back so. I think it's, like sir to be very. Respectful I find it to be a very flimsy arguments, on the side of the PA Basically because there's numbers are projected She'd nothing has actually been. Proven that that would actually occur I point to that I would point to Al, Gore predicting that by all means the coast of Florida should have. Been under water by twenty thirteen but it's still there So once again there's a projected numbers versus the reality that would be filled and people would be actually earning a good income and I would state that there, are inherent risks and any job that you're in whether. You're in the military is like. Most soldiers don't live on the average as long as the general populace most athletes as. You can see what the NFL I take, once again it's like I think they are at risk for. Concussion I myself is. A previous military I would still make the same choices all over again because it was a great ride and if I live, a few years less Yeah I'm I'm totally cool with that being forced to work in the mines and I would also, point out that according to the world almanac of twenty. Seventeen opera Don is like one. Of the most polluted places on the face of the earth but yet tons of people. Live their same thing with New Delhi India Take I really find the argument to be kind. Of, kind of thin okay are we looking at this too narrowly even look. At China now which wants to lead the world when it comes to using solar power and in fact is leading the world in the production of solar panel units many, of which are being sold here in the United States is an, alternative Sure it takes to. Make. Solar panels you have to mind for silver and you have to, use silver is solar panels and that in itself is going to create, some damn just, by the processing of those metals so either way you're going. To have pollution sir all right John thank you for your thoughts this morning Jonah's some pretty strong thoughts on that let's see what Richard thinking in New. Bedford Massachusetts this morning as you weigh the pros. And cons, here. Of these changes do you support them No I don't I think that we need to do exactly what President Obama had done and head in, the right direction you know the gentleman was talking about the coastal Florida well you know the fact that or the, one before the fact of the. Matter is the state of Massachusetts just set aside billions of dollars so that we can sure. About coastlines, and make, sure we don't, because, of, pollution and that's what col- does pollution it's one of. The, carbon based things and fuels and causes pollution not to mention the helpless I mean you know the guy says well, hey nobody's forcing. People will go to coal, into coal mines well if that's the only. Jobs available, that you, can end up doing and then you're gonna end up getting black. Lung it's it's horrible it's an absolutely horrible disease and I know people who've had it on so it's, you know I think that we need. To start heading in the right direction and instead this president is taking us back to the to the past and heading, in the wrong direction I mean we're we're working on solar we're. Working on wind energy whereby Bill tons of windows off the coast of Massachusetts you know this is great Environment I want to ask you to. Examine, whether you think that we have sort of over. Time kissed off these miners not done enough for them you said they have no other choice, well have no other choice because there's no other development there are no other job. Opportunities after these coal plants? Shut down in many of these states? There, was no plan to replace them. With an opportunity for them to work elsewhere have we let them down, is that part of the problem here well that's that's part of the, problem the fact of the matter is I mean in the state of Massachusetts I when I was forty years ago and I was going to college. I was, able to put myself through? College now. It's impossible, for, working class person to. Put themselves through college unless you get massive loans and massive you know what do. They call, them the grants Yeah so you know the fact of the matter is we need to spend. Money on that we need to spend less money on on war we need to cut our military budget by twenty five percent and, start creating jobs. By training people by putting people to work by getting people the education they need I mean business claim that there are thousands of jobs in. This country that go on field because. They, don't have qualified people to do them okay well. That's the problem let's fix it all.
"delhi india" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Host John Hart from Gregory coaching with my co host from Kresa William Tidwell. And Justin long it is now my pleasure to introduce to you Matt Ramsey What is seventy I'll make seventy is a technology and, product development company and we've got about forty five people, that are, outstanding creative engineers how'd? You get involved I started the company and founded a back in two thousand and six after having exited the government and going into the commercial sector and wanted to create an environment that had the leadership in creative aspects that I wanted to. Within a company so Where'd you grow up was born, in southwest Georgia and my dad was an engineer on the railroad and ended up going into the, government in exile training us from the area and. Taking us overseas so I got to grow up in Rio, de Janeiro engineer Switzerland before returning back. To the US so did that spark a desire and? Love of. Travel it did it's it's something that's been ingrained. In my blood I've lived overseas as an adult and to other countries and traveled to probably fifty. Five countries overall so what's the most interesting place? You've ever been Wow that's a good question what am I most interesting places is actually. New Delhi India it's such a dynamic environment there Okay we'll we'll come back to. The travel team in a. Minute What's your mom do my mom was, stay at home early on and then as, we aged grew up we needed to go to. College and says she went back to. Work and help fund. That so we could exit college debt free I hear the? Word, we several times there who's the other people in this we yeah so I've got two older brothers and so is the youngest of three and ended up having to fight for what I wanted and. Was, kind of left to fend for myself and what I wanted Wow sounds like kind of Darwinian existence Tell me more about that It's kind of interesting I mean you do, model yourself after your family your both your parents as, well as your older siblings if you've got them in your. Role model for younger siblings and so my older brothers were both very dynamic and what they did growing up and ended up actually following in footsteps and things that, I did in services youngster and then both of them ended. Up going into volunteer firefighting and so I became a volunteer firefighter EMT that I did while working and also going to. College at the same time so you're not? Afraid of taking a risk it sounds like. I am not early on I tinkered around with technology and did. Some risky things with technology Like one of the. Examples early on I was trying to play around with lasers and back then we didn't have LED's so we had plasma tube lasers and I needed to get the, thing to actually lays which required are high voltage power supply. So I started taking part old cathode Ray TV's and using the power supplies in them which are somewhere in the eight. Thousand nine thousand volt but had to play. Around to figure out by Arkin them and. Calculating the breakdown of error and you know how much I have What does your mom think about your plan around with. Voltage lasers and power sources at home This might be the first time? She's hearing it I don't know There's a, lot of things. That I did that they don't necessarily know about but I. Survived I just. So I can just hear the old mom line you're. Gonna. Put I'll be careful with that going to happen. With lasers Justin I'll never forget, walk in your. Office for the first time in a parachute draped across the. Ceiling rafters can. You tell us a little bit about that the design. Inspiration So it's a reminder of risk management actually which is something that plays into being an executive in a company but I am a pilot and I, love.
"delhi india" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"I'm i'm biracial i'm half white half indian and even that was a complicated answer because people would say you know are you american or are you indian and i'd say well i'm indian my when my mother's half indian i'm half indian and my father's white from iowa so i'm white american and very quickly i realized that to have a conversation about race you kind of had to have the right language before we could even understand each other because we're using different phrases and language we were offending each other this led you to founding the sustain dialog program at uva and then after in new delhi india where you conducted sustained dialogues in the country on behalf of the dalai lama foundation can you tell us a little bit about what sustained dialogue is for our listeners in what motivated you to do that at that point in your life yeah absolutely just one correction it is the dalai lama's peace foundation but it's technically called the foundation for universal responsibility so sustained dialogue is a group process you could even call it a communication technology that helps people who are on different sides of some kind of conflict come together and see if they can transform their underlying relationships it was a process that was designed by a diplomat man named harold saunders he goes by house honors he he actually passed away last year at the right bold age of eighty five and he was assistant secretary to kissinger rea kissinger and he was part of the team that drafted the camp david accords and one of the things that he found after serving in government for multiple administrations was that while there are certain things that governments can do like forge peace or make peace treaties that if you don't actually change hearts and minds on the ground nothing actually changes between the perception of the citizens and so he left government and started to run some of the longest running back room dialogues between citizens of influence during the cold war between the soviet union and the united states.
"delhi india" Discussed on Uncomfortable
"On the devise welcome to uncomfortable the goal here is to have honest an indepth conversations about some of the things that seemed to be dividing and riling america right now and in studio today i am really pleased to say dr deep chopra is here with us thank you so much for being here dr in cuba in medium it's not even worth going through your entire bio of course everyone knows that you are a global thinker and they leader when it comes to wellness alternative an integrated medicine and uh it it's just such a pleasure to happier you we should also mention you have a new book out called home it is a collection of songs and poems inspired by american emigrants and i wanna here because we always like to hear people stories to kick things off a little bit about your story and a you were born in new delhi india you came to the states when uh and then teens seventy but tell me a little bit about growing up about your child her grew up in various places in india my father was an army doctor first in the british army and then afterwards in the indian army after independence re traveled all over the country i went to irish christian missionary schools because they were supposed to be the good good scores rain got the best education so much teachers were all irish my friends were of course serb multi racialism multi it make.
"delhi india" 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.
"delhi india" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Very late lunchtime the open around stewartclark on the lynch view goes and deal four o'clock for example and during the inner it's usually to find residence open until midnight one o'clock from madrid to delhi india by eight thirty i have may make chris and i keeping the light and i ain't or you know skipped by lunch some dying because of the office beshir howard baby lead lead by four pm lunch around the wall clock are sometimes ends earlier there are some dimes that on tell your four indian in i have snacks let the some them keno sending an on eleven arkin i have my dinner when we stephane just vary by country or continent here at the food chain most of us eight one evening mail at seven or eight when we get hand from what and that's fairly typical for london but less than 200 miles away in bolton in the north of england hail were a commitee right clot plus woah i never pitches upriver nine o'clock probably going to get some that are about wall of some it set of not public uplist knocks light to in fall of none of the march the app myth survey on that separates white pla conflict walk in dinner turn corby wrong it could be a purse to turn kindle fan club before she fits all in the north of england people and more likely to curve may meal if evening tea and they'll typically eat it area than in the south where people tend to correlate dinner but dinner is also known as luntz in the north of england confused the origins of all this lie in economics and historical variations in the whacking day but for some the times we eat males and what we call them i'll still an indicator of social class take no gallagher of the band that isis he told a uk newspaper in twenty twelve nayan my kids kulik take my wife couth at dinner she went uni i didn't.