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Police Charge Ghosts for Harassing a Man at Work

Weird AF News

02:11 min | 3 weeks ago

Police Charge Ghosts for Harassing a Man at Work

"The police. In india have booked to ghosts for harassing a man and interrupting his work. You got a ghost harassing you. Interrupting your lifestyle. Who you gonna call ghostbusters. The ghostbusters of india. The police have registered a case against two ghosts for harassing a man in the district of gujarat. This fella hails from the punch mahal district filed a case against the two spirits the to haunting entities at the police station for not allowing him to work in his field. They were harassing him while he's trying to work probably hiding his mouse on them as pencils german laptop on the floor. Who knows what they're doing. Maybe just moaning really loudly and his ear. While he's trying to write a report. The man even claims that the ghosts are threatening to kill him to poor guy on tuesday. The victim actually came running to the police station. This is when he filed the report. He was pleading with the policemen to save his life. He was afraid for his life. After looking at this delicate situation the police filed a case handed the man over to his family. Did you find out if the man suffering from some sort of Mental situation you got to examine the messenger in situations like this. You got to examine the messenger in all situations really but when someone runs to you and says that some paranormal entities are ruining their life. You really gotta look closely to see what's going on with this guy but the police sub inspector was very convinced. His name is mr thakore. He was on duty. He told the media that the way that the man entered the police station january looked like there was some serious issue. And and so you immediately go all right. Let's believe is go story. I don't know what you're going to do about it. How do you catch ghosts. The man reportedly told the police that he was confident that the ghosts won't follow him to the police station. Boy it sounds like this guy's a little bit off his rocker. That's just my hunch. When the police approached the family members of the victim About the situation they got to know that the man was undergoing psychiatric treatment and had not taken any medicine in the last ten

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Indian Navy Searches for 81 Missing From Barge Sunk by Storm

PBS NewsHour

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Indian Navy Searches for 81 Missing From Barge Sunk by Storm

"Western India's death toll from a tropical cyclone has risen to 29 the storm weekend after making landfall in Gujarat state last night with winds up to 130 miles an hour. First responders rescued about 180 people from an oil barge that sank off Mumbai and the Indian navy searched for 81. Others

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Hospital Fire Kills 18 Virus Patients as India Steps Up Jabs

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Hospital Fire Kills 18 Virus Patients as India Steps Up Jabs

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a deadly hospital fire breaks out in western India eighteen patients in a covert nineteen hospital ward in western India were killed in a fire early Saturday thirty one of the patients were rescued according to police officer B. M. Parmar the fire broke out of the welfare hospital in myrtle beach town in Gujarat state the press trust of India news agency reported the fire service as saying the fire broke out on the ground floor and was extinguished within an hour India is grappling with the covert nineteen outbreak on Friday India reported another global daily record of three hundred eighty six thousand four hundred fifty two new cases pushing its overall total to eighteen point seven million since the pandemic began hi Mike Rossio

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"gujarat" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:50 min | 1 year ago

"gujarat" Discussed on AP News

"For a seventh consecutive day India has reported its biggest jump in corona virus cases the health ministry has counted 145000 total infection cases on the one day gain of just over 6500 most of the cases concentrated into neighboring states Maharashtra and Gujarat an uptick in cases has also been signals in some of the country's poorest eastern states as migrant workers returning to native villages from the largest cities have begun arriving home on special trains India's virus caseload has been climbing as looked down restrictions have eased I'm Charles the last month

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Asia Today: SKorea tracing cases before more students return

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Asia Today: SKorea tracing cases before more students return

"For a seventh consecutive day India has reported its biggest jump in corona virus cases the health ministry has counted one hundred forty five thousand total infection cases on the one day gain of just over six thousand five hundred most of the cases concentrated into neighboring states Maharashtra and Gujarat an uptick in cases has also been signals in some of the country's poorest eastern states as migrant workers returning to native villages from the largest cities have begun arriving home on special trains India's virus caseload has been climbing as looked down restrictions have eased I'm Charles the last month

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Paul John Christmas Edition 2019 Whisky

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

03:04 min | 1 year ago

Paul John Christmas Edition 2019 Whisky

"So we're going to have harm. Tell us a little bit of background on Paul John Distillery and lead us into that one. Thank you Bob. The Paul John Distillery. It was established in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and go on the west coast of India along the Arabian Sea. The distillery was founded by Mr Paul. P John mentioned that the chairmen of J. The L. One of the largest spirits company in India producing its flagship brand the original choice whisky which sells over ten million cases year holiday in India Mr John Warner to create a true single malt whisky so was born. They Paul John distillery their traditional style of copper. Pot Stills was designed and constructed in India in Gujarat state state where Mahatma Gandhi was born and there. I don't know why that was put in there. Is that people know about India Mahatma. Gandhi was wondering because you had to put that in there. Bob Thanks yeah for their. You'd complain if you're hung with a new rope. Keep going feel being tied up for their for their unimpeded malt. They use one hundred percent Indian ground six row barley source from Punjab Rajon another parts of northern India in previous shows we've discussed discuss six row barley versus two row barley using Scotland and the the traditional Scottish partly is to row which has a distinct has a distinct taste the six row barley. It hasn't more citrusy taste. So this barley malted outdoors in multiple facilities then ground and blended with water and distillers yeast and then fermented for sixty hours before double distillation for finally V. of sixty point five percent the Paul John has two main aging warehouses. The smaller one is located in an underground facility which she's lost tomato cooler year round temperature however the second larger warehouses above ground due to high temperature The region around around go on the evaporation rate is or the angel share for the barrels stored. There is typically between eight to twelve percent unlike Scotland which averages about two percent per year and because because of the higher evaporation rate most of the whiskeys as between three to seven years and compared to Scotch. Whiskey tastes much older. The Finnish whisky is non show filtered and the color is added to the bottle on site. And it's and it's bottled on site. Sorry and All the details combined to create a very distinctive Indian malts and so we're tasting today the Paul John Two Thousand Nineteen Christmas edition which is bottled at ninety two proof or forty six percent. Ab the expression is a blend of petered and unimpeded finished. whiskies that are finished in Pedro Jimenez casks and while the color and this this is like a burnt orange. The nose to me right away. I get walnuts now. It's with airs turning PECANS which I didn't get earlier Oranges Oranges Like burnt orange. Honey that six row barley character. I talked about earlier Raisins and The Pallet disqualifies along with that were engine honey and cinnamon raisin and it's just luscious and mouth coating and let me take

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When India's Cash Disappeared

Planet Money

04:28 min | 1 year ago

When India's Cash Disappeared

"This is planet money from NPR. Hey just a quick note today. Show is about India's massive experiment to get rid of cash. It originally aired in two thousand seventeen eighteen. we've got an update for you at the end so stay tuned on November eighth at ten PM. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi got on TV and out out of nowhere said all of the money in your wallet is totally worthless. Starting now be have decided that the prior one hundred Rupee and tower that booby currency norps presently in use bill no longer be the legal and pro midnight tonight five hundred and thousand rupee notes about eighty five percent of the cash in India the five hundred and thousand nodes hoarded by emptying this intitial eliminates will become just `less piece of paper worthless pieces of paper. Imagine that imagine in president trump gets on TV and says all of the ten twenty fifty one hundred dollar bills in your wallet do not worth anything anymore an India's not like the US where most people have credit cards and debit debit cards ninety percent of business transactions in India happen in cash and a lot of that cash is to use Modi's term black money like doc money's basically any money that is outside of the tax system. It's become kind of a catch all phrase for corruption in India. MODY said you have one month to take your cash to the bank and exchange it for these new bills that we have just minted and you can change at a maximum about sixty dollars a day sixty dollars as a lot of money for most Indians. Most Indians live on less than two dollars a day but it's not that much money for wealthy. Indians and this limit said mody meant that criminals and big time tax evaders would be stuck with these big stacks of cash country Bill Gates success. Thank you very much. Thanks a lot shot. After after Moody's speech India's entire economy ground to a halt people are still lining up for days to exchange old money buys provoked a frenzy as hundreds hundreds of millions of Indians. Don't have bank accounts died of shock. Others committed suicide. Million people waited for eight hours in the blazing being son to change their money at the banks. Small businesses went bankrupt because nobody had any money to buy anything. A baby died because his parents didn't have cash for taxi to the hospital. Ranjan Gupta travel to the central bank in New Delhi from his farm in Gujarat was an eighteen hour journey his wife had just died and he found three thousand rupees about forty five dollars worth of old bills that she had been saving in her sorry but the thirty period to change money was up. Suraj headed to the central bank in New Delhi because he heard that they could make exceptions so he came here with his money and his wife's death certificate but the people at the bank said Nope. You're too late. You've missed. It's the deadline. Your cash is worthless. He was standing on the sidewalk outside of the bank and he showed his cash to be fanned. The bills out and his hands were shaking. He told me this money. It represents a far more. I can't afford to lose it. Don't go out to you ever done this. What was he thinking and how wait he come up with this plan. I started looking into this and I kept seeing one name. My name is anita a Neil bocaccio Hello and welcome to planet money. I'm Stacey Smith today. On the show. We need the man who pitched this idea to move and this man this man who brought one the biggest economies in the world to its knees one point three billion people is not a famous academic policymaker or government minister. He didn't even and study economics. What did you study in school. That's thirty hardly because the light is such a varied. You beat so wait. What did you study. Are you going to tell me it turns out and kneels plan is not about economics or even politics and Neil Keel says he's on a spiritual quest to fix India's economy

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Saudi Aramco inks deal with India's Reliance Industries

FT News

11:46 min | 2 years ago

Saudi Aramco inks deal with India's Reliance Industries

"Saudi arabia is making a high stakes investment in india's. The world's largest crude oil exporter seeks is to deepen its ties with the fastest growing energy consumer. The saudi state energy giant plans to take a twenty percent stake in reliance industries refining and petrochemicals business valuing the businesses seventy five billion dollars he was to discuss the deal is angry rebel. They're not senior energy correspondent down the line rejoined oil mumbai correspondent benjamin parkyn so then what are the terms of the deal and how favorable are they reliance well aramco is going to take a twenty cent stake in realizes oil and in petrochemicals business which valued at seventy five billion dollars including debt so that means we'll get about fifteen billion dollars which is a huge sum and one of the largest foreign investments ever in india in addition reliance will obviously get access to saudi arabia's enormous oil reserves cbs. You'll get access to aramco's technology which will help to make it's refunding operation most sophisticated and so on and it will get access to around close was management expertise and aramco will appoint some managerial positions within the new unit there for me however the deal isn't finalized finalized yet and they're all details to resolve realizes channel mckay shabani initially announced it in a very confident fashion at their annual general meeting meeting but aramco went onto a little bit of cold water on that by saying that it was still a relatively early stage however ryan so confident that it's just a matter of time crime until they concluded and what's the appeal of the indian market for saudi aramco around the foreign oil and gas majors increase investments in the country to well b._p. And reliance lines recently entered into a deal to form a network of petrol stations and aviation fuels business so clearly oil and gas majors are interested in india and for a good reason because it's the foss granted you consumer in the world and it is among the fastest growing larger economies you know there are literally tens of millions of people people and even hundreds of millions of people in some cases entering these new markets as consumers for the first time so whether it's driving causal the most cycles flying in planes buying and switching on t._v.'s getting connected to the electric grid and no other country in the world bar i guess us china can claim anything like that so with dimond lagging in other parts of the world india is very very important for aramco and other big oil and gas companies reliance particularly important for aramco well reliance <unk> has one of the world's largest and most fisted refining operations they state of the art complex in gujarat on india's west coast i but crucially reliance also has a strong presence throughout india and across regions and sectors that few others can claim seem to have a presence so it has an incredible research among indian consumers and in addition to its oil and chemical business this it has to very fast growing revenue businesses in retail reliance retail and in digital services called gio and now it's not obvious obvious how these could help a company like aramco or b._p. But there are lots of opportunities and reliance executives have talked about that so gio has three hundred forty million mobile customers which is equivalent or larger than the population of the u._s. So it's a huge is base of people and gio creates kind of loyalty scheme whereby its customers have an incentive to refuel at a specific petrol station and network or whatever it is or realize of land on which aramco could build if they need to which would massively speed up. What's otherwise is a time consuming and painful bureaucratic process. What will relies use the investment ford. One crucial thing is to pay down its debt so so realizes come under an increasing amount of scrutiny for its growing debt pile precisely because it spent a huge amount of money in order to build up this digital gio business us almost from scratch in some senses ties and that debt of around twenty billion out of the end of the most recent financial year which is much larger than what i had a few years years ago so this has concerned some investors and holidays to downgraded the radio net stock so alongside side the aramco deal reliance announced that does zero company by twenty twenty one and the roughly fifty billion dollars is going to get is gonna make a huge difference to that needless to say but reliance is adamant that the deal is not about paying down debt. It's a strategic partnership and it's part of a broader vision that involves loves bringing on mopeds no just in the oil business but across the company in order to sort of shake up the way its run and its management structure and how will it's digital and retail business with its oil and chemicals operation the retail and digital businesses current account for around thirty percent of eba but reliance wants to increase that share to around half now. This is all part of a quite an ambitious strategy to go from being a business that refined oil and makes wchs petrochemicals to a consumer facing giant that will provide you with everything from mobile phones to your t._v. Service to clothes to to food on multiple now notice to do this. The company plans to restructuring quite a significant so wants to separate the oil and chemical unit then twitch around investing into a separate entity within five years and may listed it also wants to list raced gio and reliance retail over similar timeframe so in five years time reliance will look very different and you know something more akin to a holding company will do succeed in winning regulatory approval rawlins's confident that it will it will be closed by march next year yea twenty twenty but as i said the terms still have to be finalized with aramco who relevant more hesitant in their own statements turning to you how does this deal fitting with aramco's overall strategy so saudi aramco has made huge efforts over the last few years to expand abroad and this is mainly through asia and false growing emerging economies and it struck huge number refinery partnerships across asia from korea korea announced india. The plan is always to lock in future sales of crude. It's a measure of security for the world's biggest oil exporter exporter to be able to do this. The point is also that it wants to secure these markets where demand is still growing quite quickly. Particularly as consumption elsewhere begins to weaken and over time beginning c mo remove this particularly with big global push towards cleaner gina fuels and so this is part of their overall strategy tools diversification so diversification but in a slightly different sense the kingdom and muhammad had bin salman the crown prince of saudi arabia has actually talked about moving the country's economy beyond oil but if it wants to do that it needs to have a steady stream of cash coming from its existing oil and gas businesses in order to fund all the new stuff and create saudi arabia two point. Oh so whether it be in technology or tourism mining all these other sectors that saudi arabia wishes it could it will be an expert in at some point but it has to leverage its know-how in order to do that. You mentioned the saudi arabia's efforts to diversify away from fossil fuels away from dirty sources. She's a fantasy. Where is it that with particular process so the kingdom's diverse vacation of its economy is largely to do with securing its future future government revenues and it's extremely early stages. They've tried to invest in a huge number of technology companies abroad these very fast growing foreign companies in some ways but actually not generating the kinds of revenues traditional oil and gas businesses can deliver so it's very tricky will also happened as they've been trying to embark walk upon this big plan led by the very powerful and quite impatient crown prince is that they have had a series of political crises from the killing of journalist jamaica shoji and what the has done is created this sort of wave international censure and stops the country okay from getting these funds from abroad that really needed to help diversify the country's economy but this is another reason why they've turned to india india has been <hes> with open arms and is really willing to legitimize and give saudi arabia that ranking as a global investment went powerhouse with a deal like this and also because india's economy still heavily reliant on polluting fossil fuels so we'll aramco's technical no hair that they've they seem offered as part of this deal helping to cut back on the pollutants the so damaging to the health of the population why would say at this stage. The answer is probably no do india has got one of the most aggressive renewables programs out there but the demand is growing so quickly that they need more of everything everything whether it be oil gas coal even as well as newer forms of energy clean like solar so india is probably googly looking to saudi arabia to ensure that indian energy security is firmly in place and this remember comes a time when oil all supplies from countries such as iran or venezuela have really been disrupted. It's obviously a private company reliance but there is a broader context in which this deal is happening. You mentioned the the fall of supply from venezuela and iran in terms of the amount of oil. Were talking about as part of this steal. Will this offset the loss of those imports for india from around because of the u._s. sanctions. So what we've already seen is that some countries such as saudi arabia and iraq have tried to replace runyon barrels not just in india but other countries too and the thinking here is for reliance that they will end end up securing forty percent of the amount of oil that they need from saudi aramco itself but they're still will be other suppliers out there and eventually how how confident the saudi aramco the still will go through saudi aramco has said that india's massive strategic priority for the company and the country but the chief financial of did say on the company's first ever earnings call that the deal was still at a very early stage due do you diligence was still required over the next four months or say and board approval was still require it so they really were trying to as bensaid waterdown how far hour-long the steel had gone to but would save very senior. Officials in saudi arabia and also in india definitely would have had to sign off on this to even get to this point.

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 Dust storm, lightning and rain kill at least 47 in India

Morning Edition

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Dust storm, lightning and rain kill at least 47 in India

"Freak weather has hit parts of northern and western India, killing at least thirty one people. According to Indian media reports the weather forecast predict rain for most of northern India over the next twenty four hours Sushmita pock has more unseasonal rains with high speed winds and Dustom's are lashing several Indian states victims was struck by lightning or crushed under falling. Trees follows that reporting damage to crops, including mangle, which is typically harvested this time of the the storm also damaged site in Gujarat with prime minister Narendra Modi was to hold a campaign rally a video shows. Jess strewn and the top of flapping in the wind as dust blows across more has announced financial aid for the families of those who have died or injured rainstorms and not common in India. This time of year monsoon doesn't arrive

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"gujarat" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"gujarat" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"At one hundred eighty meters high and customer than four hundred thirty million dollars to build the Indian prime minister Narendra Modi says it will attract tourists to the western state of Gujarat. But critics argue that the structure is a waste of public money. This is the globalist. Stay tuned. Taiwan has offered its immediate. Congratulations to the new far-right president of Brazil J, both narrow it might appear. An opportunistic move by nation with full diplomatic ties to fewer than twenty allies around the world the thing that sounds in the wave Taiwan's global. Ambitions is China. His political might discourage us diplomatic links with Taiwan, which it regards as a breakaway territory, but the arrival of both scenario poses a challenge for China in the lead up to his election win. He described China's interests in the Latin American region as predatory and Taiwan may to capsulize on the new administration skepticism of established diplomatic gnomes will joining us to explain Moore's professor Seve's tongue son of who's the director of the China Institute. So s in London, Steve thanks so much for coming in China is Brazil's largest trading partner for man trying to fix the economy, isn't branding Beijing, predatory pretty suicidal. Well, I. I think he is intending to be suicidal. I think is the kind of mathworks who thinks that he can get away with it. And he's publicly using that to try to get better deals with the Chinese. I don't think we're looking at Brazil tries to break is economic relationship with China and go is on way, that's not going to happen. So he's just taking a leaf out of the Donald Trump playbook. He each taking a leaf out of the Donald Trump playbook. But he's also I think in a sense convinced that he is right in his not entirely wrong to disrupt China's approach in Latin America relationship, economic relationship with Brazil as slightly mutually beneficial also slightly heavier on one side than the other. So he could describe it as predatory. But if is all his going than that relationship will break down China. We'll punish Brazil. And Brazil would and I have to buckle. So Brazil doesn't officially recognize Taiwan. But in February whilst he was still a candidate both in our visit visited the country. This isn't a new friendship. I mean, this is quite an established relationship then. Well. The the the has been a good working relationship between Brazil and Chaiwan, but it is difficult change. This has never happened before in a relationship should pursue anti one for the last twenty thirty years. So it's never been a break from the past. Which is why the government in Taiwan responded so quickly to her to his electoral victory now. I don't think the time when he's seriously expect preceived to switch recognition from Beijing to Taipei that would be a bridge too far..

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"gujarat" Discussed on Start the Week

Start the Week

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gujarat" Discussed on Start the Week

"That is a more dangerous identity then the identity of being hegira so when undo gets caught in the two thousand and two massacre of muslims that happen she she's caught up in it because she's a muslim she escapes it because she's hegira and they believe that killing hegira brings you bad luck you know so she has so many incendiary borders running through her as do the other characters you know for those people who haven't yet read the nobody should too soon come just explain a little bit more about she said song effectively an alternative haven on society inside the graveyard where people are living alongside the tombs of family ancestors she returns from i an she's from delhi and she returns from gujarat devastated and haunted by what she has seen the slaughter she has witnessed and finds it really hard to continue living normal life so somehow like this ravage specter she she moves just outside the city into a graveyard whale family has been buried it's a sort of derelict graveyard i should say that it's you know graveyards in india today mostly because they are muslim graveyards because hindus cremate their dead are not are places where the poor sort of begin to live and on germany's there for a long time and then slowly ashi recover she begins to enclose the tombs of her family and builds a guest house called the genetic guesthouse johnette means paradise in do and gradually you know people hear about it and people who fallen out of this grid somehow begin to live there and and this team of of the borders is the border of gender running through her and other things but also the border of life and death the border of humans and animals all these borders are.

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"gujarat" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"gujarat" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"'cause what these children going through is obviously say traumatic and i think everybody feels the moment little bit cowan us to help them though i have to commend the un's who doing a great job on the ground alongside the bangladeshi government who pulled in a lot of resources into this and the bangladeshi neighbors in the area have been very generous embassador of the united nations karen piss hundreds of members of india's dalit community treated as the lowest cost by hindus have converted to buddhism alleging discrimination due to this status south asia editor embarrassed at russian told me more this particular incident was influenced by what happened a couple of years ago in gujarat state when a group of men from the community well regarded as among the lowest cost in india's caused hierarchy there were beaten up by a group of men from the higher cost for skinning a dead cow that's profession so in protest against the lack of judicial progress in the case against these people they decided to convertible disarm because for the last few years they say they have been seeing this the police and the the courts they're not making enough progress and the hindu religion to not does not give us the dignity to live in that is one of the reasons why they want to move away from the hindu religion to buddhism so at the moment they are the untouchables they all the lowest people in society but will changing religion actually change attitudes in any way to this is an age old problem millions of delete community members have converted to buddhism over a period of time they've gone to christianity have gone to slam two different allegiance because they were protesting against the hindu religion now you have to understand the social context here we're talking about one hundred and sixty to one hundred eighty million people there regarded formerly known as untouchables and even.

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"gujarat" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"gujarat" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"'cause what these children going through is obviously say traumatic and i think everybody feels the moment little bit cowan us to help them though i have to commend the un's who doing a great job on the ground alongside the bangladeshi government who pulled in a lot of resources into this and the bangladeshi neighbors in the area have been very generous embassador of the united nations karen piss hundreds of members of india's dalit community treated as the lowest cost by hindus have converted to buddhism alleging discrimination due to this status south asia editor embarrassed at russian told me more this particular incident was influenced by what happened a couple of years ago in gujarat state when a group of men from the community well regarded as among the lowest cost in india's caused hierarchy there were beaten up by a group of men from the higher cost for skinning a dead cow that's profession so in protest against the lack of judicial progress in the case against these people they decided to convertible disarm because for the last few years they say they have been seeing this the police and the the courts they're not making enough progress and the hindu religion to not does not give us the dignity to live in that is one of the reasons why they want to move away from the hindu religion to buddhism so at the moment they are the untouchables they all the lowest people in society but will changing religion actually change attitudes in any way to this is an age old problem millions of delete community members have converted to buddhism over a period of time they've gone to christianity have gone to slam two different allegiance because they were protesting against the hindu religion now you have to understand the social context here we're talking about one hundred and sixty to one hundred eighty million people there regarded formerly known as untouchables and even.

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"gujarat" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"gujarat" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Fire going and this was the important factor from what we managed to work out how to keep that fire so in a fire temple for instance whilst affiars consecrate it's becomes into a living entity is treated with reverence and respect is treated with regal terminology and when we go in we've bow we take for instance like a sandalwood if you had india something aromatic and the gift to the region and from a historical perspective the oldest fires in the fire temples in the world can be traced back to the path to the entire two and a half thousand years in the desert of iran in yard or in the case of india for instance at the sleepy village cold water which is in southern gujarat about three hours trader from mumbai they're the fire has been installed for over a thousand years which was consecrated by the first religious refugees came from iraq so imagine the fis fis just constantly burning yeah although the buildings that change the initial core fire the embers is still the same but they're not like bonfires they're putting more an ember form of course when when the ritual feeding comes where the where the priest the fire precent looking after he feeds the fire would would obviously yes there is the flame is high but in most is it is an mba's and people go to the fire to seek boons to seek blessings so the issues like for instance if you've been the lottery you go and tank the fire but at the same time say for instance you've got difficult times you go and ask the fire and it's through the fire communicating with god with this is where by the early question about the fire worship thing you're not physically worshiping the flame per se it is through the medium of the fire your worshiping god okay but obviously very very central to rush and well here's an extract from the litany to fire read by years at butter the resident priest at the zero estrin center in london.

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"gujarat" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"gujarat" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To list in derivatives from june in ame deal with the national stock exchange of india joint trading and clearing could happen at the gujarat international finance tech city or gift says it's still exploring waste bring the liquid international markets into the gifted here in a way that actually meets the requirements of a lot of the clients out there will growing overall martha now staying in finance here let's heavily pajamas and financial it said to be in talks to reach at least ten billion dollars in funding round that could value the company at around a hundred and fifty billion now we're also told that singapore's state investment arm wants to be the lead investor head of the anticipated ipo from at the funding would make it the largest company in the world alibaba rose strongly and plans to buy a one third stake in finance now glencore company said now it's begun loosening ties with russian aluminum pike and all that gary pasta after the us imposed tough tantrums der on his empire the commodity trader won't proceed with a plan to swap at stake in russell for a shares in another company and the senior island glassberg that's also left the company's board glencore has a multi year deal to buy metal from russell and says it's evaluating all of its gone now the price of bitcoin is hovering around as mara's points since november the downward momentum leading so bobble.

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"gujarat" Discussed on Stance

Stance

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"gujarat" Discussed on Stance

"Other is by turning up together and marching to the police station together and demanding the police do something one thing i discovered when i was reporting in that hold the district in gujarat was this incredible ngo cold and then the who is doing grassroots organizing around this issue one one of the things they do when they go from village to village is they educate women about the the phenomenon of witch hunts they educate them about things like malaria even breastfeeding and things through song and through plays and so those two things are very strong concepts in which i thought call to the idea of geat and not the singing and the plays that they use those two to educate women this is one of the songs that they sing and it's both sides of but also really inspired thing late they shed this would widow of orlando the core aw mm oh see may your could drop yourself how did it failed going into these communities in hearing me stories so it it does have a profound effect on you as a journalist and i think we need to talk more about that instead of assuming this professional veneer of oh it was sad but i you know i went did my helicopter reporting and i came out and that's it now like it's been a few weeks since i've been back and i'm still very much thinking about the women the hostile there who are still suffering violence because they are women and i'm thinking also about those women who have very let's hold the joining their resources to fight back what can people do to help from here i think it's really important to remember acknowledge talk about the fact that universally women are deeply hated i think there are you know gender violence yet the witch hunts extreme and they sound so many evil and so horrible but women of all different stratas suffer violence because they are women so we need to keep.

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"gujarat" Discussed on Stance

Stance

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gujarat" Discussed on Stance

"It will mobilise and is a mauled mentality and they will turn up at the woman's house and often burn her inside her house or they will pull out the house in attack while the village watches is crazy to thing that people believe that someone could be a witch can you tell us a bit about the level of superstition and the culture to make it so of comprehensible for people that are not from an south asian background from speaking to experts who know a lot about which hunting island there would different trick is in different parts of the country so universally it was misogyny in patriach in this deep hatred for women but in states like in assam an in on more in the north and in the east there was much more superstition involved in so often it would be mail which is who people respected who would be calling a woman a witch sometimes it was done with real malice and somebody would pay off a holy man or pay off a male which and say i need to get this woman off this land i want her land here's some cash rush tell everyone she's a witch in gujarat this still that underbelly of superstition but what i was seeing were triggers that were much more linked to failures of development in the state to everyone will say that gujarat has this famous gujarat model of development and it so advance as good roads in hospitals but really there are a big parts of the state that have not been developed and this is where i found the which hunts were carrying the most so in rural areas in adivasi communities or tribal communities already people the a quite disenfranchised and don't have much agency sometimes the trigger was someone defecating in a woman's pham because there were no places to use a toilet safeties people will defecate in the opm and then that then became this whole instigator for an argument and then that led to calling a woman a witch because she didn't want you to defecate on her land so it came down to these often like public health or development failure triggers says he.

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"gujarat" Discussed on Stance

Stance

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"gujarat" Discussed on Stance

"The book kroft how to be a modern which by gabriela has stick is out on the fifteen th of march now on to india west some believe real which is exist in society as a negative force common patriarchal power struggles combined superstition have meant many women in india right now become targets of oftendeadly witchhunt we spoke to journalists cmi yasmin who is reported on this story supported by the placenta on crisis reporting she recently returned from a trip to gujarat india's west in my state with a population of over sixty two million where she's been investigating these witch hunts which a claiming the lives of thousands of women hello he is due the witchhunt seem to be happening fool across india and from the day to the i could find that the government was recording it seems like this been about two thousand five hundred people murdered in a witchhunt since the beginning of this century but a lot of activists than advocates i spoke to believe this ridi under reported can you tell me about the label witches who is being branded a which i found that it was the most vulnerable women who are being targeted so generally older women women who were widowed or divorced and living on their own they will often perceived by men in their villages as being wild and free and a threat on what would happen is this slur of being a witch was used when the man wanted to get rid of a woman so say her husband had died and she now own land or a home perhaps a farm they would call her a witch to oust her from that land and it had this really strong if fact calling a woman of which the wet is back on in gujarati they say knock on and it's almost like the whole view.

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"gujarat" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"gujarat" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Free swivelled dribbles with the right up in in in its off the glass lisa jones takes the charges correspondent free we will or charges the 3s frustrated she goes to the bench bailey cargo back in for delaware here comes william and mary del were up by a gyari gaarder from the farwing gives dover jones skipped past down low and try to feed its the rendall a little bit of traffic wall goes outbound seller basketball they had with boat seats seat dopey bow rotated gotten brought her endo poor said tough angle passive forced to put a lot more on it then they wanted rental just cooked portal cargo trotting up the court left the right for delaware charisma point guard and gonzales delaware still up by eight eight and a half was laughable goes out of bounds remains though are basketball what a break nearly cargo completely fell down and the ball went right to be i it accu after what happened seventeen on the shock four the blue hence carry westbound and get in front of her own bench house passage zizi cargo gujarat's back over the top of the key twelve on the shot clock for delaware bounce pass an adipose he gets bush they get from behind a red dole and red dole is having some word to the official but said it time and oppose he has been pushed from behind i don't think she's voice now why she was staggered terrible bigs he did habur footing off but still can't make that hypochondria test third personal foul against randall fresh off mocked for delaware o'leary goes back to the ball with cargo cargo travelling with her right tries the finger role in it roles to the left side of the rim but in a bow seat catch the rebound the on bc jones of only been mary under cutter on the rebound adipose he got position i was going to get that all pits of ward's jones tried to undercut her push her out easy call for the.

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"gujarat" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gujarat" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"That such kind of language was allowed and people would be sent short but gently that there's been no action taken against been echoed here at this present time so you suddenly see that when in the last two byelections the bjp has been slightly threaten the movement this happens camino rhetoric comes into a man in a the the story of prime minister narendra modi's starts with the violent gujarat pogrom of many years ago and since then this kind of communal rhetoric has by vetted every election the difficulty is i think in any other place and where democracy is so we need a beautifully cherished if somebody of the main ruling party mean what they dead the bjp rules at the centre an an an and his particular status her petition effort as well when a mainstream party has someone he says something which is send century the general reaction by that party is two cents here the person he said that to even throw him o'hara out this is not happened here now it never happens this is the amazing thing that in the loss and this is we're talking about almost fourteen years of politics where such words have been casually thrown and a particular times during elections it state elections or general elections and it's up to the election commission to censure but the election commission hasn't set into motion at this point of time but none of the party bosses come in and such words are allowed to what will now happen is all the media outlets have pick this up television channels will have host shows and this becomes the public rhetoric and therefore this become the main part and main issue in the election and divides the country exactly exactly you see what happens when you once it's out in the public domain the processor dragged the rhetoric back to something sane but it has been said the limits have been set already a year the fall and what does narendra modi's had a battle this not a word.

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"gujarat" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"gujarat" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Not a wide receiver puree story i don't get it in before you go let's talk about the challenge has today okay he has an enormous staff there's people watching that video right away over and over why would he challenge it is he talking to somebody upstairs or he's like oh yeah we got a challenge this thing i don't need to talk to anyone what happened well it clearly he's someone uh and uh he's getting that information but at the end of the day i give arms on fox let's just let's just think about this if first and goal at the two am i get a risk i might get a risk at challenge uh where he he didn't even think through the fact might actually do what happened which is the packers the football twenty what am i going to risk a challenge when we deal with that it wasn't or download your worst in go at the two largest shows to me his mindset is the such scarcity in such a little competent than his guys you have the ball the three ireland it's first down you got jordan howard you got three clone with ryan got you're a quarterback who could run front this is not a panic situation you don't need a chunk of fight don't stop them men tell them i mean we're close and look what happened that guy i don't know he's done he is is so done i hope the i hope management at at the chicago bears realize that it's time to move on it's just not going to happen right right it may also you know he's part of the problem but he's not the only part i'm a big everybody realizes it may still be better players like neighbors they can actually catch book control even got research that looks like a great deal by ryan gave up nothing already your best receiver and right of gujarat brian finished needs to be a lot more mark carmen near we are talking about the bears listen to the packers again on this monday thanks buddy have a.

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"gujarat" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"gujarat" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Hope watt from right plus weren't going to quote pope wrapped local david price last year went up pretty good regular season on a bad start in the playoffs no coolant gujarat quash farrah hall blac but a much like in september well here's the thing is which chris sale he's the skinny guy he's built like me and if you know this even though he was impatient in big games in in the post season with the chicago white sox he was wearing down year after year after year and kostas in caught with talking about this in the game broadcast today and i thought they will both spot on i wonder next year and i know the rights that still want to think about next year but next judy consider kinda alleviating some of the workload for chris sale in april and may or may be trying to get him the poll katoto pay it with his lower body and his botanist eyes and whatnot so that way he has more juice going down the stretch of the year because you're absolutely right he does it look like the same picture that we saw first half of the year it's been a recurring trend and the red sox need chris sale to be that guy now i'm not going to war pin with david price 'cause i think is a little bit different right price had this portray record for not showing up as a starter in the post season this is chris sales first postseason start so i'm not going to label him like this quote unquote postseason choker but i do think the red sox had reevaluate the way they're looking at things because the astros and gain number one i mean they took him to the woodshed and now you pomeranz must pitch well and must deliver because you've lack of boston o to i mean it's not exactly going to inspire confidence in that red sox team of got swept a year ago on palm around you know all second rob a war i feel like you know even boehner goes on the red sox stopper in the rotation or fucking apple a year i was looking up a second start got we point out gyari and all secondhalf anyway he will go down.

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"gujarat" Discussed on X96

X96

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"gujarat" Discussed on X96

"The good news is it does free up your evening for lords of acid at metro musical tonight there are still lorenzo that's happening tonight's still acid their day doubt rewards of as we are the darling chimera if you can finish that sentence eat for listening no no no right now i did it in my head after you said that it immediately went there but if you can you probably less next 96 in the ninety so they're yes thursday metal god's are having a fifteenth anniversary show at liquid joe's uh they've been around for quite a while also nor mcdonald kicks off three nights at wise guys who wasn't norm of him on the shangri ally good gene we're going to get more on the show i love nor mcdonald on the show honor and he's got a new book out called based on a true story not a memoir that that's pretty money suspect that he's a he's a character on the oroville he he is he's lease the blob he's the gujarat miscue and also as far as geeked news tomorrow i have a story involving nor mcdonald freaky boost earned gap a friday jazz back in action the sun's at the villa i've also got the aqua bats as we mentioned at the depot saturday the vegan food truck round up not interested a all right i dissent according to his netflix documentary i watched were may deed vegetables and not meet so you might want to check it out just according the net flicks documentary utop paranormal will expos going on at the south down expo center um uh sunday you've got the urban fleamarket over there on the corner of us saw six south in main street out their final one of the season so i go check that out i will i like that odyssey dance theatre a.

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"gujarat" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"gujarat" Discussed on Bookworm

"And they are also of many gender as some of had surgery some have earned sama sunnis shiites i'ma christian sama hindu so there are all these identities jostling with each other and in fact on jim herself later in her life and she's in her forties gets she gets caught in a in the communal carnage the massacre of muslims that took place in gujarat in two thousand and to not because she's transgender not because she's a hit you are but because she's a muslim and then he actually survives it because the murderers believe it's bad luck to kill a hit our which is what that will do would for transgender is even though india to the outside world looks like a narcotic crazy society is actually extremely rigid the you know people live within the silos off their djati which is the cost that housands of us all the religions or that necessities any form of transgression can be met with violence even now are i character comes to move in a cemetery she creates a guest house the her for other people who live as outsiders some of them comic some of them tragic all of them living together in the relief of knowing that there are other strangers in the world strangers who need a place to live and who need to reinvent community and i'd say that the great quality of the spoke is to take the turmoil of current india and say what could we invent that would be a you were an alternative to the un baraboo terror of state that's trying to take dichotomy is and limit them to two and then destroy one exactly i mean it it is really about these porous borders and the fact that.

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"gujarat" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"gujarat" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

"For india vera leaving the leading edge of their economy of uh of information technology and outsourcing and those are precisely theory of the trump is targeting um for protectionist measures so it's not yet clear what trump uh plans to do on uh things why ph one b visas that uh indian companies rely on so heavily to get their workers into the united states so that they can uh vas back and forth um and facilitate the uh the trade in services uh but uh you know mody has to uh try to shape that decision while he has the opportunity well in some respects it's a it's a shame that trump is so populist because if anything mode he needs more encouragement to liberalise into open up india to global trade in competition remember india listeners out there that don't follow that economy was really a given a terrible legacy of socialism by the colonial brits and they they imported the worst ideas will call it the rubiun socialism after one of india's founders who a unfortunately they they wrote a great constitution but then they they degraded it integrated property rights and adopted these ideas that have been very harmful to the economy was known for a long time as the lessons rajoub regime where he just needed a web of of regulates regulatory approvals to start any kind of business at all and i think hugo mr mody was when he was a governor of gujarat was a guy really pushed for economic opening for his state.

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