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",000 barrels a day in August. Bloomberg's Will Kennedy. I think the Russia move perhaps was a little bit more surprising. Clearly there's been a lot of focus Russia's on compliance with their existing commitments and for them to make an extra investment at this stage is very interesting. Meantime India's state oil refiners are considering paying for Russian crude in Yuan. Bloomberg's Yvonne Mann has the story from Hong Kong. The oil refiners include Barrett Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum. Officials from the two refiners say there's a risk that the use of and durums dollar for trade with Russia will be stopped. So refiners are looking for alternatives. However, an HPCO official said the refiners are unlikely to use the Yuan for multiple cargos from Russia as higher demand for the currency will make the exchange rate unfavorable. The official also said selling dollars to buy Yuan would also result in India effectively helping China further its currency agenda, potentially a politically unpalatable step. Meanwhile Reuters reported that Indian oil has already made transactions in Yuan for Russian crude last month. Well, some good news on the inflation front. South Korea's inflation eased for a fifth consecutive month in June. Consumer prices rising As in 2 .7 % from a year ago, it bolsters the case for the central bank to hold its policy rate steady again when officials meet next week. China has imposed new restrictions on exporting two metals crucial to the semiconductor and EV industries. Bloomberg's Bonnie Au as has well. from Hong Kong. Call it tit -for -tat or an escalation of the US -China trade war. The move will add US to US -China tensions just as US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen visits Beijing to cool things China says the metals gallium and germanium will be subject to control starting August 1st. Orders will need to apply for a license from the Ministry of Commerce and they'll need to report details of the overseas buyers. China is the dominant producer of the two metals and although the materials are not particularly rare, China keeps the prices low and with these new controls that's likely to change. Bonnie Au reporting. Let's check the markets in China. The CSI 300 is trading up about a tenth of one percent. modest rally underway in Hong Kong with the Anxing index up 95 points about a half of one percent but losses in Tokyo the Nikkei dropping nine tenths of one percent WTI crude seventy dollars twenty five cents a barrel global news brought to you by more than twenty seven hundred journalists in a hundred and twenty countries in Hong Kong I'm Brian Curtis this is Bloomberg. They tried to play for the first time to Afghanistan in 2003. He sustained a moderate traumatic brain injury. of One the most important elements of caregiving is taking care of yourself. For many military veteran caregivers their caregiving journey starts earlier in life and lasts longer. Visit AARP .org slash caregiving for a free military veterans guide to navigate your caregiving journey and better care for your loved and one yourself. Brought to you by AARP and the Ad Council. When news breaks across the globe Bloomberg radio is there. From Asia Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen plans a visit to Beijing to Europe. The Russian president diffused the biggest threat to his grip on power in two decades. And anywhere in the world news happens. Joining us from Bangkok Bloomberg chief international correspondent Haslinda Ahmed. Bloomberg's Greg Sullivan begins our global in team coverage from Budapest. Bloomberg radio on the ground everywhere. These
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"By five hundred thousand barrels a day in August. Here's Bloomberg's Will Kennedy. I think the Russia move perhaps was a little bit more surprising. Clearly there's been a lot of focus on Russia's compliance with their existing commitments, and for them to make an extra commitment at this stage is very interesting. I think what the market will really take from that is that the alliance between Riyadh and Moscow remains strong, that they're determined to work together to keep the oil market where they want it, and this today's move and the Russian side of that was perhaps a little bit more complex from OPEC plus as Russia faces pressure to keep funds flowing for its war in Ukraine. India's state -owned oil refiners are considering paying for Russian crude in Yuan. The story from Bloomberg's Yvonne Mann in Hong Kong. The oil refiners include Barrett Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum. Officials from the two refiners say there's a risk that the use of durums and dollar for trade with Russia will be stopped, so refiners are looking for alternatives. However, an HPCL official said the refiners are unlikely to use the Yuan for multiple cargos from Russia as higher demand for the currency will make the exchange rate unfavorable. The official also said selling dollars to buy Yuan would also result in India effectively helping China further its currency agenda, potentially a politically impalatable step. Meanwhile, Reuters reported that Indian oil has already made transactions in Yuan for Russian crude last month. That is Bloomberg's Yvonne Mann. The EV startup Rivian built more than Wall Street anticipated. The company produced nearly 14 ,000 units. That's Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet. The company is working to ramp up production and overcome a string of supply chain issues. Rivian also reaffirmed its previous guidance that it is on track make to 50 ,000 EVs this year. It made just shy of 25 ,000 vehicles in 2022. Leaders of the Irvine, California -based manufacturer in March told employees externally that output of 62 ,000 this year was possible. That is Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet. We to We check markets throughout the day here on Bloomberg. Right now in Hong Kong, the hangs hang higher by 0 .6 % to and others. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank want to in 2 ,700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. This is Bloomberg. Get it, slip it, copy It's important to self monitor your blood pressure and for easy to remember steps. It starts with a monitor. Be next to talk to your doctor about your blood pressure numbers. Get down with your blood pressure. Self monitoring is power. Visit manager BP dot org brought to you by the Ad Council, the American Heart Association and the American Medical Association in partnership with the Office of Minority Health and Health Resources and Services Administration. Your business landscape is ever changing. There could be a lot more selling to come, ours is too. Just getting some headlines I want to bring to our audience. We also have the unknown of how much can financial assets take. We have something else in common. The small caps continuing to feel the pressure. We seek Take out the latest business news wherever we are. A deep drop in Asian equities overnight. US futures also pointing to the downside. Bloomberg Radio, the Bloomberg Business App and BloombergRadio .com. Bloomberg, the world is listening. Thanks for watching. Thank you
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"Law they're living overseas Thailand contingency preparing plans to deal with a potential drought security is tight in Manhattan as set crews up for tomorrow night's fireworks and it looks like Japan is set to win approval to discharge more than a million cubic meters of treated water from the Fukushima nuclear disaster site into the Pacific Ocean and Joining us now in the conversation Bloomberg's Isabel Reynolds in Tokyo Isabel. How certain are we that the AAA is actually going to give Japan the thumbs up for this today Thank you All right, I'm Denise Pellegrini you're listening to Bloomberg Daybreak Asia and Brian and Doug back over to you All right, we're having Little problems with can activity in Hong Kong. I'm Doug Krisner at the Bloomberg Interactive Broker studio In New York talked a little bit about what we're expecting today from the Reserve Bank of Australia will have That decision at around 1230 a .m. That is New York time. This will be Tuesday Tuesday is obviously the day that we're going to be seeing a celebration of the 4th of July so markets on on both the equity side and in the Treasury market will be closed, which is the reason that there is no trading so far in US Treasuries now in terms of what we learned in the last session in the bond market We had kind of a mixed economic picture on one hand. Let's talk about the negatives two areas of measures two of manufacturing in the US slumped in the month In the month of June we had to begin with the ISM manufacturing and also on top of that the S global both manufacturing PMI's were down in in the month month of June but on the positive side we had an increase in construction spending for the month of May month on month up about nine nine -tenths of one percent and that was above forecast so we had to move up in yield across the the curve more so at the short end where the two -year climbed about four basis points to 493 because of that I mentioned on the fourth of July no trading in US Treasuries a ten year that is at $3 85 some dollar weakness creeping in right now with the Bloomberg dollar spot index down about a of one percent and that where the Japanese yen is concerned after weakening in New York trading on Monday the end right now 144 .55 so strengthening ever so slightly against so in terms of some of the news flow we're talking a short while ago go about these uh... oil refiners in india and will be unpacking that story uh... coming up here daybreak asia let's get you to hong kong all right thanks very much dug we will take a closer look at the top stories wanted you just to mention uh... the crux of that story that denise mention that japan is is looking set to win approval to discharge uh... just a ton of treated water from the fukushima nuclear disaster into the pacific ocean this has been a plan that has been in the works but it's quite contentious and our it has ties soured with neighbors including china will get you more information on this all throughout the morning well it is is coming up here on twenty seven minutes past the outlets take a closer look at some of the top stories uh... that are making headlines this morning and how it's affecting markets trading is underway in sydney tokyo and soul and we still have about an hour to go before we get to the hong kong and china markets and the is there are pointing a little lower india's state oil refiners are considering paying for chin crude oil in yuan lumbering john man has more from hong kong oil refiners include barrett petroleum in hindustan petroleum officials in the two refiners say there's risks a of the use of durhams and dollar for trade with russia will be stopped so refiners are looking for turdives however at h p c l officials at the refiners are unlikely to use the yen for multiple cargos from russia as higher demand for the currency will make the exchange rate unfavorable the official also said selling dollars to buy yen will also result in india effectively helping whether it's currency agenda potentially a politically unpalatable step meanwhile rotors reported that indian oil has already made transactions in yen for russian crude last month in hong kong i'm i'm yvonne mann bloomberg daybreak asia spilled more battery electric vehicles or did did so last quarter than wall street has anticipated it produced close to fourteen thousand vehicles analysts had been expecting around twelve thousand five hundred let's get more from bloomberg's charlie pellet the company is working to ramp up production and overcome a string of supply chain issues this rivian also reaffirmed its previous guidance that it is on track to make fifty and he visas here it may just shy of twenty five thousand vehicles in twenty twenty two leaders of the irvine california -based manufacturer in march told employees internally that output of sixty two thousand this year was possible charlie pellet bloomberg daybreak rivian surged after reporting production numbers that beat expectations and stock closed up seventeen percent will be why do you is deploying an engineering team as part of the project to start processing in lithium chile chile is the home to the world's biggest reserves of the metal that's a key component in the evening batteries most of the company's processing has been concentrated in china so moving into the south american country will allow it to have more strategic access to the lithium reserves and also be able to process it in the country b y d is completing final contracts for its project at a time when chile is is adopting a new model for lithium extraction that will give the state a stake in new endeavors the chilean government is also stepping up efforts to encourage it investments downstream we are at thirty minutes past the hour it is time now for well world news a variety of stories have been making the news this morning including uh...
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"For stateside. markets We had a bit of a move up in yield stocks. Yeah, they maybe moved a little higher, although volume here is very subdued in front of the holiday and that tends to exaggerate some of the price section just a bit. We'll take a closer look at that in about ten minutes when Brian Curtis joins us. Right now let's begin by updating a few of this hour's top business stories and we begin with oil. In Saudi Arabia, the kingdom will extend its production cut of a million barrels a day by one month. Now this move is aimed at what officials see as stubbornly weak oil prices. The kingdom's effort will get a little help from Russia, which is set to reduce its exports by 500 ,000 barrels a day in August. Here's Bloomberg's Will Kennedy. I think the Russia move perhaps was a little bit more surprising. Clearly there's been a lot of focus on compliance with their existing commitments and for them to make an extra commitment at this stage is very interesting. I think what the market will really take from that is that the alliance between Riyadh and Moscow remains strong. They're determined to work together to keep the oil market where they want it and today's move, and the Russian side of that was perhaps a little surprising. That is Bloomberg's Will Kennedy. By the way, so far this year Moscow has dragged its heels on those cutbacks from OPEC Plus as it faces pressure to keep funds flowing to fund a war against Ukraine. The other thing that's happening here is the US government is now casting an increase in US oil production. Given that fact and some question about the overall strength of global the economy, crude prices in New York were down about 1 .2 % today. Meantime in India, the country's state -owned oil refiners are considering paying for Russian crude in the Chinese yuan, the story from Bloomberg's Ivan Mann in Hong Kong. The oil refiners include Berit Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum. Officials from the two refiners say there's a risk that the use of durums dollar and for trade with Russia will be stopped, so refiners are looking for alternatives. However, an HPCO official said the refiners are unlikely to use the yuan for multiple cargoes from Russia, higher as demand for the currency will make the exchange rate unfavorable. The official also said selling dollars to Baiyun would also result in India effectively helping China further its currency agenda, potentially a politically unpalatable step. Meanwhile, Reuters reported that Indian oil has already made transactions in yuan for Russian crude last month. In Hong Kong, I'm Yvonne Mann, Bloomberg, Daybreak Asia. Coming up on 32 past the hour as we go to global news next. We begin with China's military. It says it wants closer ties with Russia's navy, and minority groups here U in .S. the want Washington to investigate the admissions policy at Harvard. Denise Pellegrini is in the Bloomberg Newsroom. Denise? Thank you Doug, and let's start with Harvard because minority groups, they are calling on the U .S. government to investigate Harvard, and Bloomberg's Erik Larson says the groups are accusing the university of giving preferential treatment to children of Harvard alums and to wealthy donors. It's not unheard of for institutions to move away from this practice, but for the most part they're loathe to do that. I mean you can see how keeping certain donors and alumni happy could potentially keep the money flowing to these institutions, so it remains to be seen obviously how Harvard and other schools potentially will respond to this. And of course Lawson is calling this new complaint against Harvard fallout after last week's Supreme Court ruling ended affirmative action but put admissions policy under the microscope. China, meantime, says it wants more cooperation with Russia's military. China's Defense Minister Li Xiangfu is commenting in a meeting with the Commander -in -Chief of Russia's Navy. This indicates that Beijing still has Russia's back even after the aborted Wagner mutiny. The US has been asking Beijing not to support Russia of course in the war against Ukraine. And former Vice President and of course 2024 Presidential helpful Mike Pence is weighing in now on Russia's invasion of Ukraine and Pence is publicly condemning on its much smaller neighbor. I was literally on the streets of the city where more than 500 civilians were gunned down by the Russian military. I mean the Russian military's conduct on an ongoing basis is not just about warfare, it's evil. And Pence commenting on ABC this week of course former President Trump did not condemn Russia's war on Ukraine. Hong Kong police putting $100 ,000 bounties now on unwanted democracy activists offering rewards for information leading to the arrest of eight people wanted under the Beijing drafted national security law and this includes former lawmakers Nathan Law, Dennis Kwak and others. They're all currently living in self -imposed exile in the United States, UK, Canada and some in Australia as well. Kong Hong police are calling all of them fugitives. Thailand is preparing contingency plans to deal with a drought that could last years and squeeze global supplies of sugar and rice. It's preparing plans to deal with drought. the Rainfall across the nation may be as much as 10 % below average and Thailand could face widespread drought conditions from early next year and security is tight in Manhattan. Crews are scrambling set up for tomorrow night's fireworks. 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"We will be on holiday. We are on holiday today on the mainland in Taiwan. Looks like the Hang Seng could be down about four tenths of one percent. We'll take a closer look at market action for you in about ten minutes. We begin right now with an update few on a of this hours top business stories. Brian? Dutch chip maker ASML could face some new export restrictions to China as soon as next week. Bloomberg's Bonnie Au has the story. Bloomberg reported earlier the controls will restrict three models of ASML's machines to China and the Dutch government is now expected to publish the new restrictions as soon as June 30th. Sources say the rules will serve as a blueprint that can be used by European other Union members. The US has been pressing the Netherlands and other countries to stop China from further developing its own chip industry. What makes it difficult is that China is one of ASML's biggest customers and ASML is the Netherlands most valuable company. The new measures, while tough, still fall short of the steps taken by the Biden administration. In Hong Kong, I'm Bonnie L Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. In the States, regulators are applying new scrutiny to India's Adani Group over its representation to American investors. The story from Bloomberg's Rashad Salamat. The US Attorney's Office in New York wants more information on what Adani told US investors in the wake of a report by Hindenburg Research. The short seller accused Adani long of -running stock manipulation and accounting fraud. Sources say the Securities and Exchange Commission has also launched the a report. Request for information by US prosecutors do not necessarily mean that criminal or civil things will be filed. Nevertheless, interest from American authorities adds to the intense scrutiny on the Indian conglomerate. In Hong Kong, I'm Rashad Salamat, Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. Big day for Amazon in the stock market. Amazon was up 4 .3%. The company is spending big money on a new innovation center to help its clients learn more about artificial intelligence. That story from Bloomberg's Tom Busby. The idea is to get more customers for its Amazon Web Services cloud computing unit and compete better against rivals Microsoft and Google. The e -commerce giant plans to spend a hundred million dollars to link its corporate customers with Amazon staffers who are experts in artificial intelligence, generative bots and machine learning to help apply that new technology to healthcare, financial services, manufacturing and all kinds of businesses. So far, HiSpot and Twilio, which both sell sales and marketing of where we'll be clients of Amazon's new innovation center. Tom Busby, Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. Global News is next. All five aboard that submersible exploring the wreckage Titanic of the are dead. With that and other global news stories, we go to Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Denise? Thank you Doug. The submersible Titan has been found in fragments indicating an implosion according to the Coast Guard reporting finding the pieces on the ocean floor about 1600 feet from the Titanic wreckage, undersea expert Paul Hankins saying the first discovery, the tail cone, would have been enough by itself to draw a conclusion, but then they found more. Within that large debris field, we found the front end bell of the pressure hole. Meantime Rear Admiral John Mauger saying the submersible robots they have on scene will continue to be used to search and catalog findings as the investigations have been found. Those are questions that we will collect as much information as we can on now while the governments are meeting and discussing an investigation of this nature of a casualty might look like. What it might look like is looking at top -secret US Navy acoustic detection systems, those systems designed to spot enemy submarines, and they apparently heard the Titan sub implosion just hours after the submersible began its mission. You know how early in the week President Biden called China's president a dictator? That was kind of a mood killer, but today the president said Washington and Beijing are still getting closer to a down sit between the two. We had an incident that some confusion, some you might say. But President, but the sector Blinken had a great trip to China. I expect to be meeting with President Xi sometime in the future, the near term, and I don't think it's had any real consequence. And Biden spoke after that meeting with India's president that we've been telling you about tracking closely here on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. As for those deals Biden and Narendra Modi announced today between the US and India, they are designed to enhance military and economic ties between the two countries. Your translator trade and investment partnership between India and America is important, not only for our two countries, but for the global economy as well. And here's some details on what they announced. General Electric plans to jointly manufacture engines with the state Indian -owned firm Hindustan Aeronautics and Biden and Modi also announced new defense progress, including on MQ 9B sea guardian drones. Those are the ones made by General Atomics. Also the two sides agreed to allow US Navy ships to receive major repairs at Indian shipyards. And Trump is challenging Mark Zuckerberg to a cage match. And this, of course, builds on the huge rivalry between the Twitter owner and the head of Facebook and Instagram's parents. Also a good way to draw more users to both of those social media accounts. 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"Their findings. Those are questions that we will collect as much information as we can on While now. the governments are meeting and discussing what an investigation of this nature of a casualty might look like. And that investigation obviously in the early stages, a top secret U .S. Navy acoustic detection system designed to spot enemy submarines. Meantime heard the Titan sub implosion just hours after the submersible began its mission. Earlier this week President Biden you might recall called China's president a dictator. Well today Biden said Washington and Beijing are still getting closer to a sit down between he and Xi Jinping. We had an incident that confusion caused some you might say. But Secretary Blinken had a great trip to China. I expect to be meeting with Xi sometime in the future in the near term. And I don't think it's had any real consequence. And Biden spoke after that meeting with India's president. We've been tracking for you here on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. As those for deals that Biden and Modi announced today, they are designed to enhance military and economic ties U between .S. the and India. Here's Narendra Modi through a translator. A trade and investment partnership between India and America is important not only for our two countries, but for the global economy as well. And General Electric plans to jointly manufacture F engines -414 with the state -owned Indian firm Hindustan Aeronautics as part of one of these deals. And Biden and Modi also announcing new defense progress, including on MQ -9B Sea Guardian shows. Those are the ones made by General Atomics and an agreement to allow U .S. Navy ships to receive major repairs at Indian shipyards is also in the works. And the two Koreas are speeding up a drone race after it's incursions. completed The two Koreas are nearing the anniversary of the start of their conflict in the 1950s and both sides are building bigger and better drones, pouring a lot of money into their militaries border dubbed the along Cold a War's last frontier. Global news 24 hours a day, powered by more than 100 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. I'm Denise Pellegrini, and this is Bloomberg. Hi, everyone. Hey ladies, do you want to reduce stress, improve your sleep, boost your energy, increase your concentration and receive up to $200 while learning how? Call or text now 703 -254 -7223. This new stress management program is part of a black women's health and resiliency project. Sound too good to be true? It's not. To learn more, call or text 703 -254 -7223. This is black women. Broker here. As a guy with his own catchphrase, I appreciate that Smokey's only said, only you can prevent wildfires. But I'm filling it because there's a lot more to report. Like when there are parched or windy conditions out there, you got to be extra careful with things like burning yard waste. After all, wildfires can start anywhere, even in your neck of the woods. Go to Smokeybear dot
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"Are questions that we will collect as much information as we can on now while the governments are meeting and discussing you know what an investigation of this nature of a casualty might look like. And what we know so far is that investigation is in the early stages. Meantime a top -secret US Navy acoustic detection system designed to spot enemy submarines heard apparently the Titan sub implosion just hours after the submersible began its mission on Sunday. earlier this week President Biden called China's president a dictator but today the president said Washington and Beijing are on track to a sit down with Biden and Xi Jinping. We had incident an that caused some some confusion you might But the Secretary Blinken had a great trip to China. I expect to be meeting with President Xi sometime in the future in the near term and I don't think it's had any real consequence. And Biden spoke after that meeting with India's president we've been tracking for you here to enhance military and economic ties between the US and India. Here's Modi on that through a translator. A trade and investment partnership between India and America is important not only for our two countries but for the global economy as well and General Electric does plan to jointly manufacture F -414 engines with state -owned Indian firm Hindustan Aeronautics and Biden and Modi also announced new defense progress and an agreement to allow US Navy ships to receive major at Indian shipyards. And the summer festivals are finally back in Japan. I'm talking about Omatsuri. They kicked off all over the country from small local celebrations to citywide street parties lasting weeks now in case you're wondering Matsuri date back more than a millennium. They were first held to appease gods responsible for urban problems like epidemics. Now they're basically food and music festivals packed and contributing to Japan's economic rebound. Global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2 journalists ,700 and analysts in over 120 countries. I'm Denise Pellegrini. This is Bloomberg. Back over to you guys. All right. Thank you, Denise. Coming up here on Daybreak Asia, we're going to take a closer look at this deal between the U .S. government and Ford along with its joint venture partner SK -ON in South Korea. Three new battery plants for EVs coming to the U .S. We'll take a closer look coming up. This is Bloomberg. Let's take a closer Like what? Hey Bobo, do flowers have best friends? I'm afraid I don't know that. Hey follow me. I want to show you something. Look, flowers do have best friends. Whoa. Some answers can only be found in nature. Discover the unsearchable. Visit discovertheforest .org to find a trail near you. Brought to you by the United States Forest Service the and Ad Council. Your landscape business is ever changing. There could be a lot more selling to come. Ours is too. Just getting some headlines I want to bring to our audience. We also have the unknown of how much can
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"The past week and actually beyond that about inaccessible apps and accessible websites. And I thought it's maybe time to put my money on my mouth is but more effort where my mouth is, maybe that's a better way to put it. Does that make sense? Anyway, the point is not to say a word. You just keep talking. Yeah, exactly. I'll just walk my way into this mess and then try and reverse my way out of it. Yeah, I think that we talk a lot about inaccessible apps and websites. And I think what would be cool would be for us to get together properly. Like you and I and everyone who's listening. And let's actually show what's good and what's bad. Not all the bad, not all the good either, but just a mix of what's good and bad. So if there's an app you use, you really love it. Then you know what, why don't you record a demo of using it and show us how it works. Now some of you have done that already, we've had demonstrations of app before people sending them in. Well, let's do that, but we'll do the same. So I'm thinking right off the bat, I was reading this an article today which kind of made me think this would be a good idea. This is from the and I'm not kidding when I say this, the Hindustan times. And newspaper I own never without. But in their technology section, and this was the headline WhatsApp, highly accessible for people with disabilities. Wow. So I like it. Yeah, this was an app, which apparently in India. This is a very popular app and no surprise. It's very popular around the world as well. But what's happened has been ranked India's most accessible app for people with disabilities according to a report titled making the digital ecosystem disabled friendly. And this evaluated apps across categories like messaging, online payments, transport ecommerce and food delivery. Now, some of the apps in there are very country specific. They are very India specific. So not apps would use around the world, although I think Uber was in there. A couple of food apps as well. We may know of telegram was in there. Amazon. So it's interesting that the talk about most accessible. And I'm always intrigued by what that means. So it says given this article what's happened is the only app that rated us highly accessible based on the web content accessibility guidelines that's the wick ag guidelines, which serve as what's called the global benchmark for determining if and to what extent a website is disabled friendly. So you read that and you're like, well, that's great. So what's apps really accessible, then that's cool. And then I wait to myself, okay. But what does that mean in reality? And I think that's where we come in. So I think this is what we need to do demos. And we need to show how these apps work and show the failures aren't sure the good things are. And I'm not out to look for problems. If an app is good an app is good, and that's brilliant. But I think there's a lot of people out there who probably avoid apps. I do this sometimes I avoid an app or I avoid a website or I avoid an application because I think to myself, that's just not going to be accessible. Am I really am I really going to put time and effort into this? I mean, I had an article the other day I read, which was like 5 tools for the Mac that make your life easier. And I downloaded one or two, and I tried them out, and all I was getting was window window, you know, nothing basically. The Linux accessible box. And VOC harbor is good, but that's not practical for everything. And I thought this is the problem. There's lots and lots of articles out there that say here that lots of great tools for Windows for Mac, for Android for iPhone, whatever it is, but actually how useful are those accessibility and then there's, say it with me, user members ability. Yeah, absolutely. And we want to get to the stage where that's not always our first question, isn't it? Is it going to be accessible? We just want to get to the point with the iPhone that I'm expecting things to be accessible. If I download an app, I'm expecting it within reason to be accessible. And I want to get to that position in other places. That's not to say the iPhone is perfect, obviously. We're not saying that. But yeah, exactly the same thing, particularly on the computer site on your home computer side. I've gone through those lists as well. At the top 5, whatever apps, the app for doing whatever. And you go through and you just think, you know, sometimes you don't even bother to download it because you just assume it's going to be inaccessible because of your previous experience, but yeah, no, I'm all for that. That's a good idea. And as you said, we're not just going to focus on the bad ones, right? On the bad points, also the good ones, the good points out there, the examples of when it's done really well. And not just iPhone either. We're not trying to tick or Apple viz. That's not what this is about. It's about seeing look, there's other options out there, there's windows, there's iPhone, there's Android, there's Mac. There's lots of different places. Here on the Chromebook, you can download and run apps. How accessible are they? So I think every week we're going to take one application or one program or maybe even one product. And we're going to really run through it. We're going to run through it properly, take our time to go through it. So we'll dedicate probably a show to it, or maybe we'll even do it over two shows depending on what we get. But I think first up next week, I want to get into WhatsApp on the PC and show people how this works. Just natively without any extra scripts or anything else, because I think what's up for us has been the one that's really been kind of like, wow. Let's use this. This is actually pretty cool. And what I might do is do a side by side with you. So maybe you got on the WhatsApp with a PC and I'll go on with the Mac and we'll see what the experiences are. Between that two. That's just what I was going to point out. That's a really interesting example, right? Because there are different experiences depending on the platform you're on. Yeah. So we will do all this universal thing. We'll do this the way we always do it, because this is not a show, we're not an instruction manual, okay, so that's not what we're here to do. And I don't want to become that kind of show that there are plenty of podcasts out there that are far more educational and they will talk you through step by step guides on things. That's not really what we're about here. That's not what this is intending. What this is about is showing you like any product, you know, here's what it is. Here's what it does. If you are interested in it, go and try it for yourself and maybe you'll find flaws that we don't equally you might find something that works better than we found it we were able to use it. So we may get educated. And that's what we've done with this show. You know, I think a lot of people expected us to, because we've done the show in different formats over the years. I think a lot of people think we're going back to that. But bear in mind that the first iteration of you and I doing this show was for a charity. And that charity was a radio station, yes. But it required a different kind of show, whereas here, you know, I like to think people got a laugh. I mean, you know, there's no guarantees in that. Intentional or not? Yeah. It's not guaranteed. I am legally obliged to say that. Yes. But I do think we should do. And what I mean by that is, we'll go through these things, but we're going to do them live. Okay, so I'm going to do these demos live, which shocks Sean. There's the human right there. Yes, okay. It's just going to say, oh, you're going to hear there's a lot of really what, oh, come on. Really? I can't hear anything. No, no. The audio is not coming through. All that kind of stuff. It's going to be great. Yes. It'll be fine. No, I honestly, I think that's a good idea because, you know, I made the joke almost at the start of the year about Adobe audition and I'm going to start almost petitioning that it should be accessible, but you know what? This is a great way to go. And as we say, keep it open, right? It's not about what platform it's on. Maybe even websites. If there's a particularly good website out there, you think does something really well. Then highlight that. Fantastic. If there's one out there that is particularly awful, let's highlight that as well. Can I start building a list in my mind? And it's funny because like you see about Adobe. Again, it's that thing of, you know, we talk about Adobe not being accessible. And I'm just going to tweak the other dicks. I saw someone tweeting out an article from Adobe talking about the commitment to disability and commitment to employing disabled people. And that's all brilliant and wonderful. And I really wanted to just do a quote tweet and say, yeah, well, you could do it, maybe
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"The truth and with the intention of providing information on the reality of a country like ours. Un refugee agency has condemned the ongoing us policy of expelling central american asylum seekers to southern mexico where they faced significant dangers. The bite administrations continued to carry out the trump era policy which sites the pandemic has justification for the expulsions mexican authorities. Meanwhile have removed hundreds of these refugees dropping them into a remote part of guatemala with no resources or any way to return to their countries of origin. This is garrison florida's on during asylum-seeker who has turned around at the us border. They will your fun commented. This is really sad. We weren't asked for any explanations. The american said nothing. We wanted president biden to grandma's illegal opportunity to stay in the united states who matter how we getting even if they put us in. Shackles have decided. I want to support my family. 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The group was protesting weapon sales to saudi arabia. Israel and raytheon's involvement in the militarization of us immigration policy and the us mexico border among other things raytheon missiles have been linked to the killing of civilians in yemen. And here in new york. Lieutenant governor. kathy. Cocoa distanced herself wednesday from disgrace governor. Andrew cuomo cuomo announced his resignation. Tuesday after new york attorney general letitia james reported. He sexually harassed at least eleven women. Hokuto is set to replace cuomo on august. Twenty fourth becoming. New york's first female governor the governor. And i have not been close physically or otherwise in terms of much time at the end of my term whenever it ends. No one will ever describe. My administration is a toxic work environment and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report the quarantine report. I mean goodman with nermeen shaef. Hi nermeen and welcome to listeners and viewers around the country and around the world the world health organization is warning over one hundred million more people will be infected with covert nineteen by early next year as the delta variant continues to rapidly spread w. h. o. director general headdress. Gabrielle spoke wednesday cases and does continue to rise last week. The two hundred million case of copied nineteen was reported to. Who just six months. After the world past one hundred million reported cases we know that the real number of cases is much higher they saved recently with. We reached three hundred million. How fast we get there depends on all of the current trajectory. We could pass three hundred million reported cases early next year. Today we spend the rest of the hour looking at the pandemic and three of the hardest hit countries. The united states indonesia and india over the past four weeks. The three countries have accounted for over a quarter of all cova cases recorded in the world. We begin in india where the official cova death toll is reported to be around four hundred twenty nine thousand but many researchers believe it is at least five times. Higher india suffered a devastating wave of infections in april. And may we go now to new delhi where we're joined by barkat. She is an award. Winning indian television journalist and author and author of this unquiet land stories from india's faultlines. She's an opinion columnist with the hindustan times and the washington post. Her latest piece for the post is headlined as an indian. Im enraged by america's refusal to set vaccine mandates. Her father died of covert in april. First of all barca our condolences on the death of your father. Can you talk about what happened to your father. In fact he had gotten one jab or shot. Is that right of the two shots and how you feel about the level of resistance and hesitancy around vaccines in the united states. How you connect the to thank. You love yes. My father had one job and escape used to have the second vaccine in fact in the of that he tested positive eventually be hospitalized. Now like i think many daughters in india. Today i'm haunted by the what if what if i had managed to get him a vaccine in time. The drought is that he got a vaccine just a susie good. The truth is also that. While i'm engaged as i mentioned in the post piece said what's happening in the united states. I was also somewhat enraged with my own government for not having anticipated ferocity of the second wave and not having moved quickly enough to order to cure at manufacturer. More vaccines that said you know. We're we watch what's happening in the. Us strong let's say daddy it is astounding that people who have access to vaccines are choosing knocks to get jabbed and it's abdi science itself in doug is a very first word white privilege because large parts of the world do not have access to vaccines and the crisis in my country is that we do not have enough vaccines. Otherwise our vaccination program has been quite a smooth rollout so there are so petard lines of people waiting to get a vaccine and all properties there not enough vaccine to go around and betta the multi administration has pledged to have every adult vaccinated by the end of the year. How likely is that and what needs to happen. In order to make sure that there are sufficient vaccines to just to give a the audience sock on debts India otherwise manufacturers sixty percent of the woods vaccine we have experience with massey muniz ation programs which is why it with the vaccines we have. Our rollout should be pretty smolt but we ran into live this again and again which is why blood. Boil to see what's happening in the. Us we simply do not have vaccines to around so to give you the numbers we're vaccinating. Let's a good day about four million indians date. We need to be laxly eating nine million to meet the target that you just mentioned that has been set by the government itself that is all adults vaccinated by the end of the earth. We cannot do that unless we have just an explosion of vaccines in either. The production of pipeline or of the market and at hallward rich countries western countries has innocence capture of most of the vaccines. They have backseat surplus. And if they're all citizens are not ready to use these vaccines they need to send them over to countries that need them more. But could you reported extensively from all across india about the impact the pandemic has been having and also of course therefore the urgency of getting vaccines. Can you explain what you've seen. An in particular. The impact of the poor all the poor as oxygen supplies have run out. You've talked about people lining up on the streets and dying on the streets. Waiting for oxygen also increased numbers of people now below the poverty line. Could you talk about that. Yes it's important to to sort of say that we might be in. what some. Call the lull before the next storm. But certainly what we have emerged. Strong is a nightmare one. I have never lived to in my adult life. We were toward this. Virus is the great equalizer There could be no bigger in the first wave off the pandemic a we saw millions of poor indians having to leave the cities and walk walk back to their villages during the lockdown because india opted pills down public transport incomplete panic when when when nine hundred and i does and i documented that germany and the humanitarian catastrophe was significantly. I would say a greater van the medical emergency in the second week because we thought they would not be a second wave once again. It was the poor. Were disproportionately hit. Most of them families that i met had taking owns mortgage jews finally aired your daily sell the piece of land that they have to pay the exorbitant fees at hospitals that bedding meet them sign consent forms which basically i called modern day death audience because those forms said that if their loved ones to die at saved because there wasn't enough oxygen in the hospital they would be newly liability that the hospital will have to face and literally saw people outside. Shut doors of these hospitals dying on the streets dying. Ambulances dying not from kobe Dying for example because they could get a bed of because they couldn't get access to oxygen so we must recognize and now we're in in the next fees where of amid whole suffer offer recovery. You are seeing salary boost jobs. You are seeing daily. Wage workers are able to pay. Rent are seeing millions of portugal. Fall out of the education system as a physical schools remained closed in large part of the country so when we talk about covert we must stop saying that. The virus is great equalizer because it is anything but barca debt in the united states. There's no discussion of the booster shot. It's gonna go first to the immuno-compromised now. Pregnant women are recommended to have the shot and it looks like children will be coming up next under twelve. The wall street journal has reported that. India is now looking to access fis sir. Moderna johnson johnson. Can you explain what the impediments are to reaching an agreement with these foreign companies to be able to get the m a vaccine in india and what it means that they are Show proprietary around their recipes around their formulas. grit question you know. Of course the been advocating lifting of the battlements and getting these vaccines to us as soon as possible in particular the new vaccines have been destined for children. And we them today safe and i like. I just mentioned our schools. Probably the only country in the world where mostly physical schools have not open for more than five hundred deals at because of the digital divide because only eleven percent of india as access to a computing device for portions of this means no education. It means losing for millions of poor children. It means no education at all because and then in particular for girls in holes. Let's say this one smartphone. It means the boy will get the phone and not the girl and those girls attending pushed into china marriages. So i'm just explaining all of this. To i rely that emory vaccine some desperately important for for countries like my the impediment is that the government is refusing to basically a sign off a waiver the liability of these companies should they became to cope and the argument is that that liability waiver knocking provided to indian vaccine manufacturers. Sarah saying give it to everybody. Because that's what countries around the world have done. But unfortunately of we are seeing a protracted negotiation over this indemnity clause and it is unfortunate because i do not think we have the time to be quite as bureaucratic and slow about it as we've been and backup before we end the last issue of the medical debts that millions of indians have accrued a as they've treated people suffering from covert. Could you talk about that in the state of hospitals and clinics now dealing with cove patients. So for the point at which we are. We're sitting at the precipice of a code. We've we do not know what the nature of it would be. We are seeing localized weaves in our country right now what i mean by that. Is that instead of there being like this national a sort of a catastrophe we are seeing this localized and the maximum number of cases coming from specific steeds state of carolina western state of maharastra and and in terms of the debts. I just want to make a point that again. We do not know you take personally reporting makes it quite evident to me and i think it's evidently everybody. Now that we have severely undercounted dead in we have seen masquerades of abandoned body suspected to be though the covert patients in our in our roldan hartland by the banks of the ganga river. I personally documented five such a mass graves myself We have seen under reporting and the absence of counting it commission grounds and graveyards of you. Know it's just important to say this guy weird country with thirteen hundred people used to die from two losses and other thirteen hundred from gas or every day. We are seeing a shop fall. In even the registration of those cases which means and millions of indians are not getting access to screening to hospitalization for diseases other than cove it. At in my opinion they are part of the casualty figures of this pandemic and should become to the such but we have no formal official documentation of what might these fatalities be public health. Experts warning against the familiar complacency. That cost us agreed in the second wave. Their warning against that for the cloud with nobody quite knows the third. We've become at the moment. The hospital that nazi seeing the kind of pressure and the kind of craziness it'd be solved. Let's see the month of me so fingers crossed but carter for to be complacent at all. I desperately need vaccines of so. Many americans are refusing to take barca dutch dutchwoman. Thank you so much and again. Our condolences on the death of your father. Also had covert award-winning indian elevation journalist and author founding editor of the independent digital news source mojo story. She's an opinion columnist with the washington post. And we'll link to her. Latest piece is an indian. I am enraged by refusal to set vaccine mandates coming up we go to indonesia where the cova death toll has topped one hundred twelve thousand with more than half.
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"Folkets mississippi's Following first time bare naked. Ladies off of maroon album so this was the album that came out after stunts this when they've already been ingrained into America and so this album Push them even further because then it showed the next side of what they were going to do this. We will just a fun one again and again. It's talking about you know it's if someone described it as trying to recreate the feel of fall in love again and in need that kind of like you. Everything's clicking and things are happening and so much is going on in your hearts believing and has that whole supply. My god my god and all that also is this. The one as this the person i'm supposed to be lifted thriving etcetera etcetera. So it's very it's quite interesting And just a fun song. Scabby talk to me about this one and love the contrast because in the nature of meeting someone new get that fumbling that awkwardness that you could be the most fly the most cool person and all of the sudden someone like some one in their tongue tied so the whole it initially starts out with. I'm so cool to batum a loser and you know fly. It's probably why i feel like i'm falling for the first time. I think it captures that perfectly in that contrast back and forth back and forth in the verses I hindustan so chill. No wonder it's freezing. It's it's funny. And i think one thing that they're amazing with earlier grading as that the verses can be very specific the can be more humorous and then sometimes the chorus will hit you with the heartfelt with the truth and this one does just that you know anyone. Perfect must be lying. Anything easy has its cost. Anyone loved can be lost. It has some heavy hitter notes in the chorus. Considering how silly the verses are how whimsical they feel so this. This is my favorite song by bare naked. Ladies i know t to each their own. I love a lot of their music. It's pretty clear by this podcast. But this has always been my favorite one from it's it's an integration and you're right about the course because what i like is that it doesn't just talk about the first one yet here awkward. You're trying to be. I'm conflicted. He used the work while i kind of want you to bring it back dislike Wizard flying was a big thing. But anyway what i was saying. I like that. The chorus doesn't doesn't bring it to like a you know because you can be funny and all that but you as you were saying it's it brings to a little bit more of a serious thing so it gives it stakes because that's what falling in love is. It's it's not just the butterflies and and this and that it's also like okay. Is this going to be something that is lasting or is this just gonna be another. You know three dates. And then i have to go through this whole stuff again. Lost my way. But if i if this isn't the right thing it's the questioning it's the doubt knowing you may not be able to keep this even if it feels awkward and fantastic. I said it multiple times. And i'll say i'll say it on the podcast to i. Don't miss dating. I like the for the fog for the first time is great and you know it's so much fun thing back on that but i do not miss dating. I really don't it's so small. Talk is not my strong suit and you know the You know and i got lucky. Very lucky All right so we're going to the next one this one. So these were all the ones that were specifically on Catholics lists that. Were not on my list. We're getting into the ones that were on mile stand somewhere on kelly's some weren't on but we're going to go through on these ones so If you if you're keeping track visa kind of the last dozen so so here we go. Yeah well this store. Sweet james.
"hindustan" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"To dealerships lee. I cars shipping out now confirmed two green cow reports. Many Delayed because of microchips and supply chain issues about a month earlier. Vote than gm had been suggesting. Those costs getting out to customers the first bowl ev deliveries being made the end of may now a bit earlier Both models bill in michigan represented a refresh for twenty twenty two model year the ball. Ev and the ball e you've Which is a slightly larger form factor. But not really actually very very similar calls the. Ev is a little longer than the ev but office more backseat space slightly and more cargo versatility but not necessarily more cargo room says green cow reports the bolt. Av has two hundred and fifty nine miles. Api range on the refresh and the e u v. Forty seven just down by a little bit coming up. We'll talk battery technology. In china and why subsidies main the fossil fuels are license to print money next. We'll talk about gemini and why every fifth com made in germany was now an av when i say ebay i mean vehicle. With the plug sake on geminis. The powerhouse of the european motor industry manufacturing every third car in the region twice the volume of the next biggest country. Which is spain. And the latest data from schmidt. Automotive research shows that one in five cows made in germany came with a plug socket on during march seventy four thousand of the three hundred seventy four thousand passenger cars made were exa vs so you can recharge them somehow with an external cable the first quarter combines one hundred seventy six thousand six hundred. That's down on the end of last year again. A seasonal effects the hangover of christmas and january shutdowns. If you like so. Let's battery technology in china. The monthly production of battery cells with the cobalt free chemistry. We talk about the l f p cells. I released is talking about them a lot. When tesla's not that using them for the styling range plus model in china although they've been around forever houston buses etc. Not new by any means but new to generally v weld because like the tessler effect basically monthly production of the cobalt free chemistry has now surpassed the somewhat say technically superior chemistry of nickel. Cobalt manganese big news. Because is now fifty. Two percent of old battery manufacturing in china it's market share will grow even more in the coming months in most electric cars the nc 'em chemistry which tesla us for their expensive and performance cars will be increasingly used on expensive trim levels cobalt free batteries increasingly the standard. If you like the battery cells says pedrosa push av. He's chinese automakers. Been extremely fast to adopt. Lfg batteries other words. Mike is following like tests. Vw ran all stating this new. Well this chemistry not necessarily near will become the standard allows them to make. Ev's on mass in terms of the cost battery pack level cell level but These a lot of companies now using cell to pack technology what tests we're going to try and move to. Byu doing that already. So with the cells about ninety hundred euros per kilowatt hour with a top of chemistry cold ellen mo which you'll hear about in the next few years about eight hundred euros per kilo hour and p seventy euros per kilowatt hour at pack level for celtic technology. it's the. It's the dirty secret of the car industry the car makers don't want the politicians to know that even making is getting cheaper and is a lot cheaper than the past few years because they wanna price them high keep subsidies in place not have too much pressure and be able to maintain those high price. Points the batteries the cells increasingly less of an issue in terms of the price. But you know couple of free batteries. The lfg chemistry seventy euros per kilowatt hour. For years we were talking about one hundred dollars being like the magical price point of price parity. So yeah the comic themselves. I want you to know that because they want to believe that making even as you still fantastically expensive for them and they want you to carry on buying combustion cars to get the most out of the end of those life cycles second meeting Scottish and southern electricity utility provider here in the uk. That'd been buying zoe but not the kind of one the i-drive with rear seats in no you can buy zoe with a risky. Stripped out an cage behind the two front seats for stopping things flying ford you on the back of the head zoey van and been buying those to help them move to a fully electric fleet that we're going to be using them. In scotland for the team leaders and supervisors to get to operational sites that scotland can be quite rural in places but iran. Is zoe found a two hundred miles of range. I'll make fifty two kilowatt hour battery. 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After a short stint in los angeles ravines electric vans moved to san francisco in march the latest expansion to san francisco. This positive amazon reviews initial program to test electric vans. san francisco becomes. The second city does a testing site for the ravine made electric delivery. Van a love. This so good amazon vans all electric perfect. Nice clean air. An amazon plans to expand the program to fourteen other cities now to bring to a title of sixteen future car. Obviously san francisco numerous steep hills promising to be a tricky location for testing out. These ribian vans model x. Is next in the news from tesla deliveries. Keep getting moved back now the latest. I've heard from customers then now showing october those the model x. Plaid at the beginning of the year said mortal x. Will follow shortly after the s and the ass was going to be ready in just a few short weeks. model x. Is now being pushed back to at least october at the earliest as a tentative date as well and those the order now sunny won't get those until two thousand twenty two here in the uk models and model x. New orders say twenty twenty two. It's going to be a dry dry year for new tessler owners in the uk if you won't premium vehicle hindustan times. Tesla has hit a rough patch of the moment and tests has been going through a a good time. Ropel patch actually in terms of the share price. Love for the company love for their ceo. Just the last few weeks share price has come down year to date down twenty one percent over the last three months down. Thirty one percents in china the media which of course is a proxy for the states. Because they'll have to be checking in with the bosses to see what stories to run. The media have been Putting the boot in the tesla and they see my onslaught shaky ground..
"hindustan" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers
"Her berry has may be my favorite performance. I've seen a hers anytime. That era shows up. Just like oh. Where's my open the whole time. So rush before is kind of a vagabond. He comes to mumbai i. He runs into nemo in his car. And it's kind of important. You want me to say okay. So he's walking to bombay any sings a song. This is a very important song that You know my my shoes are from japan. My my pants are from england. My hat is from russia but my heart is hindustan yet. Art is and that's one of the most famous songs in indian soon. Yeah that's a very classic sign that we have heard before and you know again like has become a symbol for indian nationalism. Marriage you to hijack honey us racing's a song and we're all suitably you know full of patriotic verve then On the road. This rich guy his key he pretends to fall over so that a rich guy will come and service. Tatum maybe give him a ride. We found out that this is the bad guy. The movie He's sitting there with the actually. Is it him. I think it is the the beginning. I'm not too sure k-. I don't know if that guy actually no i don't think so because he's got like two daughters. I think is a politician so a rich guy pulls over and they have a kind of an argument and this is where we get. The beginning of many times in which roger is called for twenty and and You see this guy's license plate actually says eight forty in rogers like if. I'm a four twenty than urinate. Forty your double crooked and this kind of is his whole thing is like you know he might pull a fast one there. But he's a good guy whereas the rich those guys on the real four twenty s exactly yes. This is kind of one of the central themes of the film so he goes to mumbai and again..
"hindustan" Discussed on Desi Books
"Chat. I talk with shobana ryan. I discovered schober few years ago. When i was deciding to return to india after decades in the us she had done it herself And written a book about it called pretend to india after that i her book called the milk lady of bangalore and i reviewed it in two thousand eighteen. I also followed her delightful columns in india at meant and then the hindustan times while she was in the us. She wrote places like time. The atlantic the new york times go may conde nast traveler and more favorite topics of always been culture. Identity travel relationships religion food and women. The latest book is part history. Part travelogue part memoir narain travel to fifteen places of worship across india and explored the history culture faith food but the book is so much more than that. It's also about questions like the role of religion in our lives today. What rituals mean to us. How religions or approach to spirituality forms parts of our identities on a personal note. I really enjoyed this book with its gentle humor profound questions and the skillful blending of history myth memoir travel and more. I talked with schober about the buried places she visited and takeaways. Listen hi shoka. Thank you for joining us on the deysi books. Podcast about your new book. And i'm very excited to talk with you because there's so much so many questions that i had as i was going through. Thank any yes reminding me. You're welcome. And i know you've been doing your book tour at at a time when it's kind of hard to do one with the pandemic going on so i'm rennick links that we were able to connect online like this. Thank you. so let's start with the actual book. What one thing. I e Right at the beginning you mentioned that the idea for the book had come up with your editor. Many years ago like two decades. Maybe so i'm curious. Why the long gestation period okay. Because i moved continents. I was in new york. I was living in manhattan at that time when they are the from penguin. Met me at the coffee shop and said you're a food writer and you you like indian food. You're from india. So why don't we do. A book called sacred food about the temple. Chris adams or as we call in south india or the pressure that they say north india and then i moved to singapore and lived there for a few years and then moved to india and settled down and then i started working and then pitched my editor at the hindustan times where i was working. I said i would like to do a series of essays about template food and that's how that restarted by then comedy my editor. Who had suggested the idea had moved on. So i acknowledge her in the book. But i didn't end up working with her. I ended up working with harpercollins and then and so. You started this ozzy. After you back to india and i i know a little bit about that. Journey from the military lady and the other book returned to india. What was the timing of these pilgrimages. It was over a span of us..