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Fresh update on "india " discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

00:57 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "india " discussed on The Tech Guy

"Reality, self-driving cars, and let's get longer every day. The demise of Twitter and on and on and on. 88, 88 ask Leo. That's my phone number. If you want to talk about anything in the technology sphere, 888-827-5536, that's toll for anywhere in the U.S. or Canada. We do get calls from all over the world and the way you would call outside the North American region would be to just use Skype out or something that can dial a phone number from an Internet thing thingy doodle. And then it should be free because magic. 88 88 ask Leo. iPhone production being hit this week. Foxconn, which is the big company in China that makes I think all the iPhones, except for in India and Brazil. An apple is trying to diversify. I think they're looking at building them in Vietnam. And Foxconn has promised to build plants in the U.S., but right now, if you have an iPhone, you chances are like 99 .9% is made in China at the Foxconn plant, except between the COVID shutdowns, and now people quitting, there's a problem. Fox kind of apparently had a, because they were so desperate, had a $1400 hiring bonus, which is a lot. When you're making whatever it is, $10 a day. It's a good deal. As a result, but failed to pay it. So between that and worry about COVID-19, according. To the news, we're going to get this story. I don't know. More than 20,000 Foxconn knew hires are walked away. They said, well, you're not giving us the money. We're not giving you the work, so they've walked away. There's a plant in zhengzhou, China. It's colloquially known as iPhone city. That's where they're made. And there was a COVID-19 break outbreak there in a couple of weeks ago. I'm pretty soon they had to lock down employees close the canteens, you know, you go from your bed because they all sleep on campus, right? They have dorms for the workers. So you go from your bed to the line and back and it's got to be awful. Can you imagine? Nevertheless, COVID was spreading. And then there wasn't enough food, there wasn't enough medication,

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 G-20 leaders end meeting condemning war but note divisions

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

G-20 leaders end meeting condemning war but note divisions

"Of the group of 20 leading economies have ended their meeting by declaring that most of them strongly condemned the war in Ukraine The conflict has loomed large over the two day summit held on barley in Indonesia with the G 20 warning the war has intensified fragilities in the world's economy For some it's closing declaration is noteworthy in highlighting the war given the divisions among the group which includes not only Russia itself but also countries such as China and India that have significant

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Indonesia signs deals to accelerate clean energy transition

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Indonesia signs deals to accelerate clean energy transition

"Indonesia has signed an international deal to accelerate a transition toward clean energy known as the just energy transition partnership the deal announced by President Biden and others on the sideline at the G 20 summit aims to reduce emissions from Indonesia Not just like soon but to be just One of the world's most populous countries Indonesia is heavily reliant on coal power plants It's the world's third largest coal producer but it also has abundant potential to move into renewable energy We're mobilizing $20 billion to support Indonesia's efforts to reduce emissions and expand renewable energy And support workers in the most affected who are most affected by the transition away from coal Indonesian officials say the country has an important role to play in fighting climate change and the deal is a signal not just in the Asia Pacific but the world South Africa signed up during last year's climate conference in India Vietnam Senegal and the Philippines are all considering similar deals I'm Jennifer King

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How Did We Get Lumped Together Into Racial Boxes?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:48 min | 3 weeks ago

How Did We Get Lumped Together Into Racial Boxes?

"Question I want to ask is, how did we get to this strange place where we are all being lumped together in these racial boxes? Didn't we have a civil rights revolution that was based upon the ideal of the color blind society, wasn't that Martin Luther King's dream? And of course, even though the dream might not be realized, it's after all a dream, a dream is generally an aspiration we want to get there, isn't it odd that we have laws and policies that are actively moving us in the opposite direction. So our aspiration now is not color blindness. But what the left calls equity. And I think what they mean by equity, in fact, I don't think this is what they mean by equity, is that they are trying to respond to the performance differential, quite honestly, the performance inferiority. Of certain racial groups as compared to other racial groups. So if you look, for example, at a pure individualistic admission system, which is the way it should be, we apply to college as individuals. Now, this is not to say that our social circumstances can't be taken into account if the Nash, for example, applies to college. I'm 17 years old. People can say, well, look, here's a kid who was grew up in India in a very different society. He grew up in the middle class family, so he was not deprived in terms of having a decent education, but he's come to America with $500 in his pocket. He's trying to make his way here. So we're gonna look at this kid in the context of his or her circumstances, and we're gonna decide what kind of academic and intellectual promise they offer. And we're going to decide if he deserves admission on that basis. That's the way it should be.

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Meet Leora Levy, Candidate for US Senator

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Meet Leora Levy, Candidate for US Senator

"Tell us about this race Tell us how it's going This is a really close and exciting race It is a single digit race with a 2.8 It's a 5 point race 2.8 margin of error He is under 50% and I am winning the independence Panos one hour about that You know my wife is fluent in Spanish I need her here to help me out Yeah I really do But that's good Well it's very important Yes It is very important It's all running on you know scare tactics I guess He's running on his record but he can't He's actually what he's running on He's attacking me for having been a supporter of Donald Trump He's attacking me on abortion because I am pro life And he's attacking me for January 6th because he can't run on his record His record is one of a 98.2% support for Biden and his policies that are failing the people of Connecticut The issues in Connecticut are the same issues that are driving the election nationwide It's the economy the high prices for everything from food and gasoline to home heating oil which now they're going to be rationing and Connecticut Our electricity prices are the second highest in the United States after Hawaii It's the crime crime is rising in Connecticut People don't feel safe in their communities anymore It's the indoctrination of our children You know they've exposed them to all of the inappropriate sexual content in our India education They politicize the education in Connecticut It's the invasion of the border It's made to Connecticut a border state

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Suspension bridge collapse kills at least 133 in India

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Suspension bridge collapse kills at least 133 in India

"Teams are searching for people missing after a century old cable suspension bridge collapsed into a river on Sunday killing at least 133 people in one of the country's worst accidents in years Authorities say the structure collapsed under the weight of the hundreds of people security footage of the disaster have shown the bridge shaking violently and people trying to keep hold of its cables and green colored metal fencing before the aluminum walkway gave way and crashed into the river however as families mourn the dead attention was turning to why the bridge built by the British in the late 1800s and touted as an engineering marvel collapsed and who might be responsible I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Dozens dead after suspension bridge collapses in India

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dozens dead after suspension bridge collapses in India

"Cable bridge collapsed into a river in western India Local media showed onlookers panicking next to the collapsed bridge after hundreds were plunged into the mature river in the Indian state of Gujarat videos on social media showed people clinging onto the partly submerged bridge in distress In a local hospital relatives rushed to the side of their loved ones as doctors and medical workers tried to assist the injured The accident comes just days after the colonial era bridge was reopened to the public following renovation officials said the bridge gave way as it could not handle the number of people on it

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Did Any Country Handle Covid Effectively? Justin Hart Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:19 min | Last month

Did Any Country Handle Covid Effectively? Justin Hart Weighs In

"Any country when you look at the last two years and you've done your studies? Who really got it right? Who said, hang on a second, decide with your doctor, what you're going to do, Ivermectin is great. Great masks don't work. Who impressed you the most as you look at the globe. Well, I think Sweden as far as their policies go because they kept the schools open. Banded against masks for any children. There's just no evidence that masks provide any sort of protection against aerosolized vaccine. Aerosolized pathogen, but also we have to look to India. One of the big problems that the entire world had was not providing anything to people who tested positive. If you got a positive test for COVID here in the U.S., it was like, well, go home, if you don't go better, you get better go to the hospital, right? That's a terrible process. There was no sort of process, no sort of protocol that we developed. You look at India and they would give out Ivermectin they give out this sort of what we call a blister kit, right? If you're sick, here's what you do to sort of ramp against it. And that's where a lot of these fatalities in the United States came from where people, I don't want to go to the hospital and get sicker, so I'm just going to bear it out. And then they get there and they're in septic shock, especially if you're elderly.

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Putin illegally annexes 4 regions in Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Putin illegally annexes 4 regions in Ukraine

"Russia has vetoed United Nations resolution calling its Ukraine annexation referendums illegal I Norman hall the measure would have condemned Russia's referendums in four Ukrainian regions as illegal declared them invalid and urged all countries not to recognize any annexations of the territory claimed by Moscow The resolution would have also demanded an immediate halt at Russia's invasion and immediate unconditional withdrawal from Ukraine The vote in the 15 member Security Council was ten to one with China India Brazil and Gabon abstaining U.S. ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield had said before the vote that in the event of a Russian veto the resolution would be taken to the 193 member General Assembly where there are no vetoes

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California man sentenced to 4 years for COVID-19 loan fraud

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

California man sentenced to 4 years for COVID-19 loan fraud

"A California man who pled guilty to COVID-19 loan fraud has been sentenced Ready Buddha mala of Irvine California has been sentenced to four years in federal prison and a judge ordered him to pay $5 million 150,000 in restitution to the small business administration He was arrested in February trying to cross the border into Mexico and pled guilty in June to bank fraud and money laundering Prosecutors say he submitted 7 false applications for pandemic relief loans for three shell companies with no operations claiming to need the money for payroll for nonexistent employees and business expenses at bogus addresses Court documents say he used the money to buy three homes including properties in Los Angeles and Malibu as part of the plea agreement he'll forfeit real estate and $4.1 million from bank and investment accounts and cryptocurrency Is to be deported to India when he finishes his sentence I'm Jennifer King

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Adm. James Stavridis: We Must Take Putin's Nuclear Threats Seriously

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:30 min | 2 months ago

Adm. James Stavridis: We Must Take Putin's Nuclear Threats Seriously

"What kind of scenario do you envision Putin actually using a weapon of mass destruction? Well, first of all, we've got to take it seriously. He's someone who has often followed through on what he threatened to do. He's been at pains to tell us he's not bluffing the low to mirror zelensky, who knows him quite well in a study them for years, believes he is not bluffing. So a, we got to take his threat seriously. B, I think it's unlikely my own assessment that he would choose to certainly reach for the lever to a nuclear apocalypse. He's not going to launch a massive strategic nuclear attack because he knows that would end up with his own death and destruction of Russia. And as much as I dislike Vladimir Putin, my assessment is, he truly loves his country. So he's not going to go for a massive strategic attack. Well, that brings us to see how would he use perhaps a smaller size so called tactical nuclear weapon. I think one of two ways. So you could use it as a demonstration out in relatively uninhabited territories in Ukraine. You know, it's a big in many places empty country. You could do a demonstration strike and say, hey, the next one goes to key. Or he could use it against us significant tactical formation of the Ukrainian military, probably taking out a significant chunk of infrastructure inside. Both of those are horrific. The question is, how do we deter him from doing that? I think the administration is doing everything possible, which is a to talk about it to shine a light on to move it into the conversation because it'll help if you will swing votes in the relatively unaligned parts of the world. India, South Africa, Brazil, Nigeria, this big world in the south, which is still kind of playing the ball down the middle. And then secondly, tell Putin very specifically, hey, if you use a nuke of any size at all, we're going to enter this war. We're putting up a no fly zone. We're going to attack Russian troops. We're going to sink the Black Sea fleet. We've got a lot of conventional options. And we also say to Putin cyber will come back to you in the cyber world. So apologize for the length of the answer, but it's a pretty important question to you.

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Did a Fascist Really Win the Italian Election?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:36 min | 2 months ago

Did a Fascist Really Win the Italian Election?

"I have been in the last day or so just elated at the result of the Italian election and I keep showing W you know social media segments of the winner of that election. This is Georgia maloney. And Debbie goes, man, Dana, you're really obsessed with Italy. And I'm like, yeah, I am a little bit, but the significance of the Italian election. Now the media is saying, well, it's this far right candidate, Georgia maloney, very disturbing because there are echoes of Mussolini. She's the new Mussolini. Well, she's not the new Mussolini. She is in fact the first Italian woman who is going to become the prime minister. And she actually is a conservative. She's center right. And I suppose the only thing she has in common with Mussolini is that they were both nationalists. Well, this hardly proves that she is Mussolini or that she some sort of a fascist. Why? Because nationalism is a very common label, embraced by people all over the world, pretty much every leader of every country. Today, as in the past, is a nationalist. A nationalism comes from the left and from the right. Let's think about it Fidel Castro was a nationalist, Stalin was a nationalist, Mandela was a nationalist, Gandhi was a nationalist in India. So being a nationalist, hardly makes your right wing, it hardly makes you a fascist. People who say such things are uttering complete nonsense.

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Mexico proposes UN caucus for peace in Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Mexico proposes UN caucus for peace in Ukraine

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Mexico proposes a plan for peace talks between Russia and Ukraine Addressing the United Nations General Assembly Thursday Mexican foreign affairs secretary Marcelo ebrard proposed having India and the Vatican lead a UN backed dialog for peace between Russia and Ukraine But the proposal was rebuffed by Ukraine even before Abraham gave his remarks In his remarks Ireland's tee shot Michael Martin called out Russia for its invasion of Ukraine and campaign of destruction We have to name what we are seeing These actions taken collectively show Russia behaving as a rogue state In Ukraine voter referendums on becoming part of Russia begin today in four Russian held regions I'm Mike Gracia

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Why the Biden Administration Is Getting Worried About India

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:45 min | 2 months ago

Why the Biden Administration Is Getting Worried About India

"The Biden administration is very concerned about India. Why? Because India seems to be tilting or tilted in a pretty pro Russian direction. The Indians are not marching to the Biden street band. And this is causing the Biden people a lot of discomfort. Now, obviously, India is not alone. There are many other countries that aren't marching either. But those countries are not so much of a big surprise. Iran, of course, is in the Russian orbit, China is along with Iran kind of an adversary of the United States and therefore doesn't mind making common cause with Russia, even some of the other Arab countries are kind of in the same boat. But India has been moving in a pro American direction. The Indian people. I sometimes say, and I don't mean this scientifically because I haven't seen any real evidence of this, but it seems on the ground that there's a very strong pro American sentiment in India. Now, when I probe it further, I realize that the pro American sentiment is really aimed at the America of 50 years ago. It's not aimed at the America of today. It's not as the Indians are saying, yeah, we want more LGBTQ. Oh yeah, we want our, you know, we want our kids to get pregnant out of wedlock. Oh yeah, we'd like to see the trans phenomenon come big time to India. Oh yeah, we want abortion on demand. No, the Indians want none of this.

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'Nation of Victims' Author Vivek Ramaswamy Shares His Backstory

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 2 months ago

'Nation of Victims' Author Vivek Ramaswamy Shares His Backstory

"Who aren't familiar with your story. You have a very, very short buyer on Twitter. All it says is capitalist and citizen. Tell us your story tell us where your family hails from and why you wrote the book and what else you do during the day. Yeah, sure, absolutely. So, you know, the capitalist and citizen that captures the most important parts, but I'll rewind the clock. My parents came to this country in the late 70s and early 80s. And my mom and dad, respectively, they came to Southwest Ohio, where I was born. They came from Kerala in southern India. Yeah, so they're both in Indian immigrants. And yeah, actually, it's a funny story about that. My dad, I would frequently ask him, why'd you come halfway around the world to Cincinnati, Ohio. And he said that his older sister was in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and that was the closest place he could find a job at the GE plant and even to Ohio. Then of course, begged the question of why his older sister came out around the world to Fort Wayne Indiana and our family joke is that it is the only U.S. state with the word India contained the name of the state. So that's the family story and the joke of how we ended up in the Midwest. Grew up there. I went to Harvard for college, thought I was going to be a scientist, graduated in 2007. And I got into investing. That was interesting. On the eve of the 2008 financial crisis, getting a job at a prominent hedge fund in New York City. Pretty interesting. Shaped a lot of my views of capitalism in ways that even affected my books. But anyway, from 2007 to 2014, I did that in New York. I was a partner at a hedge fund. I managed to BioTech portfolio. Three of those years I spent at the same time in law school. I went to Yale for law school from 2010 to 2013, kept my job at the hedge fund as well. When I came back to New York City after law school, I just had my hedge fund job. And so I took the extra time for a 6 month stint and stand up comedy. That did not go well. Hang on. Hang on, hang on, hang on, hang on, hang on, hang on, what did you just say? You didn't stand up. There's a lot of people in this story. I haven't told a lot of people this story. I did 6 months to stand up comedy in New York City.

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Queen Elizabeth Funeral 2022 | King Charles Joins Queen Elizabeth's Coffin Procession - India Today

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Queen Elizabeth Funeral 2022 | King Charles Joins Queen Elizabeth's Coffin Procession - India Today

"On his way to Great Britain for the queen's funeral President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden departed joint base Andrew Saturday morning for the flight to London to attend the funeral for Queen Elizabeth II Biden was set to meet with new British prime minister Liz truss on Sunday But the prime minister's office said Saturday they will not need in London and will instead have a meeting at the UN General Assembly on Wednesday in New York The White House confirmed the UN meeting just as the president boarded Air Force One Mike Gracia Washington

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The Rest of the World Isn't 'Woke,' But Wants America to Be

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:53 min | 2 months ago

The Rest of the World Isn't 'Woke,' But Wants America to Be

"The historian Victor Davis Hanson has an excellent article in American greatness. And I want to summarize it for you because I think it contains a profound theme. The profound theme is this. While we are going woke and by we, I mean the United States under Biden, the Biden regime is pushing us in awoke direction. And so is the left in this country. But this wokeness is also occurring in other Western countries as well. And then you have says a Victor Davis Hanson, the un woke world. And the unworked world is made up, first of all, of a number of America's adversaries, Russia is unwoke, China is unwoke. Iran is un woke. But says Victor Davis Hanson, there are many other countries that exist in a kind of no man's land. They're neither a firm allies nor are they enemies. And they're invoked too. Saudi Arabia is unwoke. And India is unwoke. Now says Victor Davis Hanson, what the United States is doing through its wokeness is repelling these countries that are unwoke that don't want what the United States has to offer through wokeness. They don't want to be flying LGBTQ flags on their embassies. They don't want to be browbeaten about expanding access to abortion rights. They don't want any of that. This is not what they are attracted to the United States, but not for that reason. What they actually want from the United States is trade and technology and markets, and they want they admire the American culture of several decades ago, almost you could say they like 1950s America and not the America of the 21st century.

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What Did Gandhi Think of Western Civilization?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:41 min | 2 months ago

What Did Gandhi Think of Western Civilization?

"Many decades ago, my countrymen Gandhi was asked, what do you think of western civilization? And he famously replied, I think it would be a good idea. Now this is Gandhi being kind of pungently witty in a way that isn't known for being. But what Gandhi is saying is really two things one is he's saying that the western powers under colonialism did not live up to their own standards and in this I think you had a good point. But the other thing is he's genuinely saying that I complained with the west is not that we're being that we have western principles that are being brought to India. Our complaint is that this is not being done in a fair or adequate way. We want western principles. Gandhi seems to be saying, but on the other hand, we want them to be brought to India in a kind of humane and decent way, a way consistent with western principles themselves. Now, how far this way of thinking is from sort of the modern left. And I say this because with when Queen Elizabeth died, you've got all these people denouncing British colonialism. Queen is not exactly a symbol of British colonialism but I suppose just to the degree that she represents the monarchy, she represents the late stage of British colonialism. By the way, British colonialism was began to unwind really after World War I. It had unwound itself largely by the 1950s when countries like Ghana and India of course in the 1940s got its independence. And then we've been living since then in the post colonial era.

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'Two (But Not Three) Cheers for Colonialism'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:54 min | 2 months ago

'Two (But Not Three) Cheers for Colonialism'

"Several years ago, I wrote an article, it was initially published in the chronicle of higher education, subsequently in the San Francisco Chronicle. It was called two cheers for colonialism. And I kind of stole the title for more of a crystal who once wrote a book called two cheers for capitalism. And it's significantly two cheers and not three, because I can see that the motives of the colonialists were to sort of take advantage of the countries that they subdued and ruled. I'm not claiming that colonialism to that degree was benign in its motive. But what I am going to claim is that colonialism, although it was harsh for some of the people or many of the people who lived under it, nevertheless proved beneficial for its descendants. Now today, if you go around India, yeah, in the universities you're going to find a few people who are basically well similar to here, they've been sort of brainwashed into this kind of reflexive, everything western is bad, you know, hey, hey, Ho, Ho, western cultures got to go all this kind of nonsense. But the typical Indian does not feel this way. The typical Indian today very different than the typical Indian of my youth. Basically recognizes that India is in many ways better off because of colonialism that if India had never had, let's say India had not had any western influence at all. Until the 20th century. India would be a latecomer to a western technology, India would be a latecomer to principles of human dignity, human rights, separation of powers, checks and balances, western courts of law, India has all that. The English language, the best writers in the world today come not from Britain per se, but they often come from the far flung colonies of Great Britain people who are natives, people who come from places like Trinidad and places like India who have learned the English language in a sense as one of the legacies of colonialism.

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"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

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"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

"Think about others so the people around you will cherish only those memories there. You will do something for others but if you do something wrong then what will have you will be always remembered with deals and yes dears in my eyes. I'm shedding you. How did english east india company. They.

"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

"So let me share my experience with you all so ari already to listen to me after this rally break. Hope you all are ready and you all are saying yes. Okay thank you. Well observing the. I have felt that each the brings slight but it starts flickering and suddenly glows. It reminded me something very important. Specially about this human life which is a gift of court and we all are taking it for granted. We're not understanding this fact you're not accepting the fact because we all are always busy something to work. You're not thinking about this. Human life is so precious so while observing idea. I have felt that human life which is a gift of god is something which glitters when we look more the more we work. It glitters more but during the last face off our life which we don't know when it will come. We do get some miraculous energy for device. I have seen this kind of thing. So that's why i'm sharing. That moment is very bessis. At only that person can shares experience. Who has tried to experiences so during that face some energy is generated but suddenly dem's like deal in the end so this is learning from deal..

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"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

"Hello everyone welcome back. All of you to my podcast. Hope you all fine in taking very good care of yourself very good. Nothing is permanent in this world. Everything is uncertainty. This is something which is the root of fact which we all cannot deny. But the question comes here that. Why did lord cornwallis. Guess i'm talking here. About lord cornwallis governor general of bengal. Why did he introduce permanent. Settlement of land revenue system in gold. Benaras bihar kinetic north kinetico and autism. Do you want the answer for this. Then listen to me carefully. yes dear. All lord cornwallis. He was born on thirty december. Seventeen thirty eight okay. And he was a great administrator when he arrived india. He had numerous problems the problems which already there. Before the british government main problem was corruption. We have learned this. We have understood this now. This problem was very very common and he had to fight to resolve this issue and he did this. How does understand his tenure in india was from the year. Seventeen eighty six to seventeen ninety three and introduced number of judicial reforms in different different us. All this was done to organize the administration right measure reform as i have already mentioned. The major reform introduced the land revenue system in bengal. Benaras bihar are not that north kenaka and oda was the permanent settlement. Now what was there in this sermon. Dar's they were amazed owner of flange and the farmers were reduced to the status of tenants. Okay so some indoors. The harry responsibility of the land revenue and they had to pay eighty nine percent of land revenue to the british. All this is slated the drina filled from india to british right. This was the permanent settlement. Which i was talking in the introduction of this episode. I hope you all appeal with this. No the second problem with scott option for that what he did. He established rules so that only qualified person. Good get services for this. He prohibited the bribery system. Did not allow officials. company officials. Take the bribes. He taught he perhaps have taught like this that the company officials they were not satisfied with the salaries. So what he did. He worked to improve their salaries. All the posts in the administration was reserved for the europeans and the indians were reserved only for the low grades posts like loves right so in this way he tried to check corruption among the companies officials right in judicial system he established goats and district provinces and separate goals for civil and criminal cases with their established ton to maintain law and auto and as i have told you good salaries were being provided to the europeans so that they could not indulge themselves into the corruption or any kind of gripes. This was the initial thing which he had to sort out now. He also to fight war with mysore in the ear. Seventy nine hundred people declared war on trevon cole and here. Lord cornwallis emot- victorious. People saw tun and his forces had to retreat. And this war. The third anglo by war ended the treaty of putnam in seventeen ninety two according to which people sutan had to cede half of his kingdom to english including the areas of malabar. Cool being where mahar all this a not only this. He had to pay three or as a war. Indemnity to the british. So this was about the third anglo mysore war with very less knowledge about india and its affairs he'd east india and developed his elaborate gold of regulations and popularly. That gold of regulation is known as cornwallis gold and heat. It had all the provisions for the governance low order judicial and civil administration. This was just a brief about going all is the father of indian serves indian civil service in india his contribution was immense. Ed organized every ping and in seventeen ninety three. He had to leave from india. He don't back hill in eighteen zero five during the gap. Okay from seventeen ninety three in the ear in the ear seventh. In the year he seventy ninety eight from eighteen zero five. He was viceroy of ireland. And they're also he played important role in in suppression of irish rebellion. There in seventeen thousand nine hundred and defeated their the french invasion forces so he was a great leader great administrator and that is why he used to quickly resolve issues this is a quality which is rare and he had that so we have to remember such qualities of lord cornwallis to know more stay connected to me and to than take care of yourself and but by..

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Nationalism in India

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

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"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

"Hello everyone. Welcome back all of you to my podcasts. Hope you all fine and taking very good care of yourself very good. All we all are living beings. We do love to live independently as a human being. We have a right to life to live it independently. Hope you all agree with me. Suppose you are in a situation when someone is dominating you detailing you may question is. Have you ever experienced such situation in your life probably. We all must have experienced if not that. It's very good as nobody likes this. Nobody admire versus. And nobody wants to dictation domination as the all living bean. and it's a very well coltish provo with sates live and let others live so if someone is trying to regulate or control your life please please please to not allow us. You haven't independent mind and act accordingly right dear old my focus hair for all of you. Shift your attention to the very important act that act which forced stormed as regulating act regulating act of seventeen seventy three which was passed to control the cherry trees of east india company measuring bengal. So this was the first major intervention by the british government in the company's territorial affairs. Why did the british government and that this this is a very important thing and for that you need to understand the of seventeen sixty five to seventy seventy two it which was one which witnessed the financial crisis. The company's officials were responsible this kind of crisis during this speech as these officers david collecting the revenue from the indians excessively and they were involved the rampant corruption. All this led to the bankruptcy of the company and the company demanded loan in the erie. Seventeen seventy two but this demont. British government took a forward step to pass the famous act or we can see here. The regulating act controlled affairs of company to manage the things. Here right this act. Few provisions were created warrant. His thing was made the governor general in bengal. The governor general in bengal was supervising the governor in council at but and bombie the two other important presidencies right four board of administrators for the members selected by the governor general of bengal right. This was very important. Companies directors were elected for a period of five years and one four of them were to retire every it could not be reelected. Supreme court of judicature was established at calcutta with sir. Ilya ilya j. impact sir ilya j. Mp was appointed. As the full steve justice it had civil and criminal. Just diction over the british subjects and not into nato all these were included in the provision of this act but yes this act could not stop the corruption. Among the companies official it had several weaknesses which were being exposed and that is why another act was being passed in the year. Seventeen eighty four. The measure weaknesses were there including governor-general had no eater bar one second. It did not address. The concerns of indian population poed supreme. Goat bobbers were not well defined and many other things mainly the corruption was a major concern including all above points. Which i have just mentioned for your but we cannot deny this fact. That act was the first major step of the parliament. Or i can see was the first major step of parliamentary. In control of the engine administration of company the company which was administrating. The areas was no longer a private affair or in other words. Administration of the ads under the company was no longer private affair now. It was under the supervision of british government and that is important when someone is said to supervise affairs then mismanagement is not likely to occur so to control the things to regulate the things regulating act was passed. Many other acts were also been enacted. Why four the administration of the territory empire of british. We will be learning more steak elected to me. Stay connected to me nor and tilden take good care of yourself. And but by..

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"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

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"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

"Hello everyone welcome all of you. Do my podcasts. Hope you all fine in taking very good care of yourself very good then. All we have learned so many things from the different phases of nationalism. But have you ever thought the why the to why these feelings of nationalism had to why this was necessary. Why the speed came that assaulting for awhile. Why do we need to study all these things. All the faces of nationalism in india if every single even which happened in the past resulted in some consequence and the that emerged new movement. So i'm going to take you back in the year. Seventeen fifty seven when the most. This is back in the history of india occurred. What was that. The i will be telling you. Keep patience. listen to me carefully. Do you all believe in honesty. I hope we all do believe in it. But in the past indians had to pay the price for being honest how why and then keep patients and listen to me get fully british. Came here the mir objector. Or i can say the purpose of trade hill. The all loaders very well but something happened do which their aim changed and finally they transformed their profitable company into a full-fledged empire territorial empire why lettuce introspects with all the union such happened in the past the year. Seventeen fifty seven right but before that. Let me brief you on that vendor royal chato by the queen elizabeth one ranted trading rights to the english eastern dick company. Thomas stole a diplomat from the british site. Came here in the cold of gihanga to get the approval of the trading agreement according to which in english eastern company got trading rights hill in india along with the establishment of their factories. Right these places factory. They became the base of english traders and company merchants. They were there to settle near the factory. Distorted goods for exports. All these things were going on the past right indians allowing the tree was going on for a very precious commodity spices. Specially the pepper. What else muslim. The important cotton a type of a variety of cotton which was very fine and it had a great demand a huge demand in the european markets. So there were numerous battles or the. I can say the conflicts between the three important trading companies during that face english french and the dutch right all wanted to command the european market. This was a situation in that. You're in those ears. When the english east india company came here just with the mirror objective of trade but slowly changed changes cards. Okay and what happened. Then siraj dolla. Okay when he became the develop of the goal then what happened. He was knowing knowing the greatest discrepancies. Now what was that. Ben goal.

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"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

"Of free india has come through now he said father of a nation in this holy war of india's liberation we ask for your blessing and good good wishes so he was very optimistic but all this was shattered to the ground. Why what happened. When japan and germany was being defeated in the war which war world war two and all the scores the retreat of irony right so this was a new thing which he introduced we cannot forget his contribution the most eminent freedom fighter who advocated complete an absolute freedom when the congress leaders were considering india's freedom to come in the faces. He fought a chairs matic leader and he was the one who leaked the foundation stone off memory to the unknown warrior of assad in force at singapore on july eight nineteen forty five but then the news of his demise came on eighteen august nineteen forty five the reports scheme and the reports were telling that he was being killed in aircrash over taiwan. Then people started missing their need dodgy. His presence continued even in his absence. That was the aura of the straits leader. Many things are there. The will be learning more about many others. Many incidents all these incidents teaches us a lot about the history stay connected to meet the no more until then take care of yourself and but by..

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"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

"Hello everyone, welcome back all of you to 10,000 of my podcasts. Hope you all are fine and taking very good care of yourself. Very good. Find your spirit and no challenge will keep you from achieving your goals. Well, the statement is rightly upped for the congressman men. As they formed their ministries and changed the psychology more in the country. People felt as if they were breathing the very air of victory thanks to all of them. All this increased their prestige. During the same time, the war clouds gathered in Europe from 1938 onwards. So the time constrained was something which became very apparent or I can say more reprint with this kind of change. So the hard to act rapidly. The past you pea tendency act in October 1939 and now tenon could no longer be arrested for non payment of rent, thanks to them. As fully committed to the socialist approach, they undertook the social reform for harrigan's children of God. And passed the laws, which enabled their entry in temples. Their assistance in public offices right, they paid a lot of attention to primary technical and higher education. They have taken a food to develop the planning committee, the national planning committee, appointed by suppression pose. To understand in a brief, they initiated mass political activity. In the known master phase, so that people should retain their confidence. For what, for achieving the independence, but that, but 28 months rule ended with the resignation of Congress ministries. In October 1939, why? The main one of the main reason was the political crisis erupted by World War II another was we will be learning now. Here, my focus of attention is to put it session. Of Congress, which was held from 8 to 12 March 1939. Subhash and repose. He was one of the contestant for the president. Ship of Congress and the other one was put to be seater Maya. Standing against him on behalf of grand PG. He was firmly in a belief that the coming of international crisis would give India opportunity for achieving Emancipation. And this kind of crisis is rare in history. So the time is ripe for the revolution. He wanted to give 6 month ultimatum to the British government to grant national demand for independence and in case if it will not do so then it will be followed by the launch of CDM CDM civil disobedience movement. This was his belief. But he was knowing something different, his perceptions deferred. He believed that another round of mass struggle is necessary to win freedom, but he was very clear at the same time, the current shin. The corruption, the indiscipline. Which had taken root within the Congress had vitiated conference capacity to fight. So he was knowing the weakness of Congress, which was very rampant, so even when the presidentship election so passionate about resigned as he knew that he could not lead to organization on his own. And he formed four which block within the Congress. And this was a new party within the Congress. And when he gave a call for all interpreters on 9 July against all in their Congress committee resolution, working committee took disciplinary action against him debarring him from holding any office in Congress for three years. So this was done and on the other hand, World War II had already erupted. And narcissus forces they were showing their threats to the people. They were making people victims of war. Indians wanted to help, but they kept themselves aside from this Y as they knew the very important fact that they themselves didn't gain independence yet. So that is why they have tried to keep themselves aside. But the poor situation worsened. And the British government sent our mission in March 1942 to India to secure whose cooperation, India's corporation and this. What happened grips announced that the emo British policy in India was the earliest possible realization of self government in India. The draft declaration he brought with him was disappointing this was the aim, but the draft which he brought had something disappointing, what was that? Let us understand. He promised, with the draft, where the declaration was there, the declaration promised that the India dominion status and the constitution making body after the war whose members would be elected by the provincial assemblies and nominated by the rulers in case were princely states. The Pakistan demand was a commodity. Now here again, a very important thing, which was there. Within the declaration, the Pakistan demand, the Pakistan demand was a commodity by the provision that any province, which was not prepared to accept the new constitution that any province which was not prepared to accept the new constitution would have the right to sign a separate agreement with the British regarding its future status. So the negotiations between the trips and the Congress leaders broke down. The British government. Also refused to accept the demand for the immediate transfer of effective power to the Indians. So dear all, this mission was just a mission to assault Indians on communal grounds. The failure of crypts in April 1942 led to the launch of a very important movement in August and we all know this very real quick into a moment. Hill, it was followed by the rest of leaders. Repression.

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"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

"The <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Music> arrest of Congress leaders <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> in the Northwest <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Frontier <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Province, <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> led <SpeakerChange> again <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> to <Speech_Music_Female> master <Speech_Music_Female> demonstrations <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> of unprecedented <Speech_Female> magnitude <Speech_Female> in Peshawar. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Peshawar demonstrations <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> are <Speech_Music_Female> significant here. <Speech_Music_Female> Why? <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> Because <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> it was here <Speech_Female> that the soldiers <Speech_Female> of girl valley <SpeakerChange> regiments <Speech_Female> refused <Speech_Female> to fire <Speech_Music_Female> on <Speech_Music_Female> unarmed route. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> Now the government <Speech_Female> was <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> not <Speech_Music_Male> clear. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> On what cores <Speech_Female> it should <SpeakerChange> follow. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> Right. <Speech_Music_Female> So <Speech_Female> the government <Speech_Music_Female> responded <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> with <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> the arrest of <Speech_Music_Female> Dante. <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> He was being arrested <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> and <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> meanwhile <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> on 21st <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> may Ferrari <Speech_Music_Female> naidu <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> she was <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> carrying <Speech_Music_Female> on <Speech_Music_Female> this <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> movement <Speech_Female> along with <Speech_Music_Female> number <Speech_Music_Female> of followers <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> of Gandhi <Speech_Music_Female> Jean. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> Right. <Speech_Female> So <Speech_Female> the moment was still <Speech_Female> going on. <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> And <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> now <Speech_Music_Female> the voice <Speech_Music_Female> Roy. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> What he <Speech_Music_Female> did. <Speech_Music_Female> He <Speech_Music_Female> had <Speech_Female> to <Speech_Female> release Gandhi <Speech_Female> on <Speech_Female> 20 <Speech_Music_Female> 5th January <Speech_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> 1931. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> And <Speech_Music_Female> that was <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> unconditional <Speech_Music_Female> release of Dante. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Right. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> So he was being <Speech_Female> released for <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> one of the <Speech_Music_Female> important <Speech_Music_Female> part <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> and you <Speech_Music_Female> all know <SpeakerChange> it very <Speech_Music_Female> well. 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"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

"To the 7th episode, just my podcast. Ganglia nationalism. Hope you all a fine in taking very good care of yourself. Very good. Now today, dear old, we are going to learn a very interesting story related to our constitution. The rule book. So keep patience to know about it. Okay. Suppose you're watching the game. For instance, cricket. And recently, we all have enjoyed watching the eye pill. And we have seen the child pairs and the audience. We're excited in watching the game. As the all of playing so nicely on an disciplined way. Isn't it? Okay. So there were no rules in this game. Would you have enjoyed it? Obviously, your answer would be a big no. Yes, Friends. Rules are important. Not only in the game, but in our lives too. Rules are important in the smooth, functioning of a government. Of a country. Right. So here we are to learn about a very important fact that although our constitution our republic can constitution was being adopted by the constituent assembly on 26th November 1949, but why did it come into force on 26th January 1950? Why do we celebrate the public day on 26th January? Do you want dancer for this? Then listen to me. Carefully. Very good. The year 1927 was very important. In the history of Indian nationalism. As in this year, Simon commission was being appointed by the British. Now why did it come? And this year, it was being appointed to report on the working of Indian constitution. Established by Government of India act of 19 19. The Government of India at 90 19 established diarrhea. So now this commission was supposed to send report about the working of Indian constitution. It consisted of 7 members, four conservatives, two labor rights and one liberal. So it was indeed an Indian statuary commission under the chairmanship of Sir John Simon. But the strange fact was that not even a single Indian member was being included in it. And all these things outraged. Home. Obviously, Indians. They were outraged at their exclusion from commission. And that is why they raise this Logan, go back Simon. And during this time, in December 1928 at the annual session of Congress in Calcutta. Java Holland nehru subhas and both and set the morti. But by large number of delegates pressed for the acceptance of only one slogan bones well arched or the complete independence as the goal of Congress. Obviously, did you support it? Them. And during this time, which time during 1929, he went on Mars contact tools to emphasize on his constructive programs related to cardi in the Muslim community. So that he could prepare the people for direct political action. Right. So the government retaliated by arresting around 31 label leaders and it was all condemned by the leaders involving gun teaching. So on the banks of the river Ravi. Add to midnight on 31st December 1929. Tricolor flag of independence was unfold, amidst the cheers and jubilation. Now what happened in 1929 that why engines were so excited as born so arch resolution was passed in the Lahore session in December 1929 and Java Hal nehru was elected as its president. Of Congress, obviously. And it was a month later that on January 26th, 1930, a pledge of Indian independence was taken and this pledge was also known as Declaration of Independence. So this pledge was important and one of the important lines of this I'm just telling you all. We believe that it is the inalienable right of the injured people as of any other people to have freedom and to enjoy the fruits of the toil and have their necessities of life. So that they may have full opportunity of growth. So these were the initial lines taken as a pledge. For the independence, okay? So with this, the image it affects that. Walking, gummy of Congress was authorized to launch a program of very important powerful program. Of civil disobedience, movement. Yes. We will be discussing in our later episodes about it to know more about it. Please stay connected till then, take a very good care of yourself and bye bye..

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"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

"Finally, what happened? Declaring the naru report represented Hindu interest. He can solid it. Former Dali gender, yes, you can solid dated all the communal demands made by different communal organization at different times into a single document and that is known as genders 14 points. And this was something which formed the basis of all future communal proof of cancer in the subsequent years. Although we have learned, we have seen the child national leadership from dargah naji to Gandhi G and eru they have tried to have a secular ground for all indignation, but efforts were all in vain when this, these points came up. And Congress did make Hindu Muslim unity, one of the three basic items of nationalist college, but candidly and Congress provided no deeper analysis of the communal phenomena. They had no idea for this. And in the coming years, what happened we all know very nicely, and it's very sad, but yes, as it is a part of our history or the nationalism of India, we need to understand what we need. We need to associate ourselves to understand all these. To know to learn more, be connected to me and take a very good care of yourself..

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"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

"Hello everyone, welcome welcome welcome all of you to my podcast. Nationalism and India hope you all are listening to all the episodes of my podcast, nationalism and India and are really enjoying it. Yes. I'm just assuming your answer is, yes. And you will not break my trust. Thank you. It's my belief, so I replied on your behalf. Now stop smiling and listen to my question. Yes, dear all I'm always in a habit of asking question. Why? As an a curious child with this curiosity, I always ask questions so that I could learn something, something from each moment of life. And this is important for all of us. So keep learning and listen to me very carefully. How many of you love to celebrate Independence Day? We all of this love to celebrate the state and that is obvious isn't it, yes, especially we get excited when this day is just approaching. But bad but my question is, have we ever thought the how we have achieved the stay? Probably, we have tried to think about it. But if not, then it's request from my side to please, please, please rethink about this. This is very important for us as this day makes us feel proud of the very important fact that to be all our Indian so we need to think about this. The only thing which helped us to achieve this day was our strength. Our strength and using the word art strength. The real strength was galvanized in the millions of the people of all classes. And it came through continuous struggle. And if you want to learn about the ideology involved in this struggle, then only thing you have to do is, may I tell you, yes, I should tell you. That please listen to the episodes of nationalism in India. Right. Okay. Indignation movement. Is one of the best examples of the creation of an extremely wide movement. With the comedy in which divers political ideological currents could coexist. So dear old, it's all legacy. It belongs to all of us. And that is why we are proud of this. So let us remember together those moments of past, which made us smile in the present. Happy learning..

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"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

"The trade dispute bill. That would reduce the civil liberties of the citizens. So they proclaimed with this to meet their fear they have done this. Okay? They are fearless defined attitudes with the slogan in collapse in the bad. Which meant dong dong with embolism. Was something which was. The source of courage for them. And they were being arrested, and other things so they Raj kuru were hanged on 23rd March 1931. About them. Work with each other and rora had written has written philosophy of warm, a book where you will find a detail discourse about them. One of the important lines of buggered singer just quoting for you all here. On second 1931. His declared that apparently I have acted like the terrorist, but I'm not a dead artist. Let me announce with all of my strength at my command that I am not a terrorist, and I never was, except, perhaps, in the beginning of my revolutionary career, and I'm convinced that we can not gain anything to those methods. So that is why his work was deeply remembered by the people. Today also we remember him because of his work. He was the one who established Punjab nodule and behaved no juvenile hearted Sabah in 1926. To carry out open political work among the youth, present and workers. So this was something you need remarkable. They wanted to do something different. And with each other and boras, statement, if you will, listen, you will definitely feel something about them. Independent social political economic aimed at establishing a new order of society in which political economic exploitation will be an impossibility. This was the statement and with this he has also tried to explain us that they have given a different meaning to the world revolution. Burger King and his comrades made a major advance in broadening the scope and the definition revolution. Revolution was no longer equated with the tendency of violence. Its first objective was by only one thing that was national liberation. The overthrow of imperialism. And that new meaning was given by the revolutionary nationalism, which happens just as an after effects of incident with Joel. Isn't it? So with this we have learned here that the deep backdrop is courage and the determination and the sense of sacrifice, stirred the Indian people. And all this helped to spread the nationalist consciousness in the land. And in northern India, the spread of socialists consciousness. And this was all we have all to revolutionaries. We should never forget this. Deny more about this face of nationalism, peace be connected with me. And take a very good care of yourself till then, bye bye..

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"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

10:51 min | 1 year ago

"india" Discussed on Nationalism in India

"india" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"india" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"To your earlier point about organization. Matt that's crazy. How would you even do that. People are way too corrupt to ever do that. You know what i mean. We're talking about species that will intentionally betray people even people that are their family or people. They call their friends for like a pittance. A cassette tape. I think. I don't think i do for cassette tape though. No i not of the mind to do that. But you know that's a lot of people won't know which way they go in that situation until they find themselves in that situation and they feel like the incentive is enough fuel the power their leader rationalizations for the evil stuff. They do anyway. That's like they're saying that that it's it's a real problem. But it's being used to distract from another bigger problem. Which is inequality so reducing. The population is in that frame. That is a way to address inequality but doesn't mean. It's the only way theoretically know so for other people population control through lowering the birth rate is absolutely legit. It's more than legit. It's the only solution to a ticking time bomb of economic ecological and social disaster. You're listening of other for a minute. Imagine you are in charge and you for whatever reason believe that. There is a population explosion. Problem where where in the area that you control or at least have partial control. How do you go about reducing that population actively do you kill off. A bunch of people. Probably not no matter where you are. Even the most heinous autocrat likely isn't going to kill his or her own people in that way because it could lead to disaster for their for their own power the way you essentially do it. Is you convince the people over which you hold somewhat control that. This is a problem as much as you think. It is a problem and get them to find a way to participate in solving the problem. So weird concept yeah. It goes back pretty pretty far. You know it goes back to the ideas of thomas malthus malthusianism from the eighteen. Hundreds this this guy back eighteen hundreds already said look there too many people in the world the the fact that there are too many people is the reason things are going wrong. That's the number. One reason hunger. Starvation disease war. It's all because we have too many people on the boat and so he argued that at some point the population of the world is going to surpass the ability of the world to produce enough food for everyone and that there will be massive starvation in unless you do something and then the the argument is that based on where someone is given social or global hierarchy their decision about who should have to pay the ultimate price of reducing the population. Is you have to take the hit or jump off the boat. That's going to depend on what they think. Benefits them the most. You don't see very many members of congress or you don't see very many world leaders. Say hey i'm not going to have children or saying. Hey you know what i'm gonna take. I'm gonna take the hit me in. All my buddies are getting sterilized. We're doing instead of going bullying. It's it's always like It's always like the greater good is awesome and i will fight for as long as someone else pays the price. Well let's talk about the greater good. Because i in this case in the best scenario scenario if you're nasty you're you're attempting to do the greatest good but what does that mean is. The greatest is at the greatest good in terms of the economic future of your country. Is i mean even if you're like putting even if you are taking the hit as the leader or the group of leaders or whatever that are at the golf course designed to get sterilized to you. You're still going to probably make decisions or lean towards alienating those who are suffering at the depths of the inequality pool to fight back will. Yeah and and if if you are thinking in those like utilitarian terms the people who can offer things for whatever government or private enterprise those are those people are going to be prioritized. I believe unfortunately even if that's not what the law or the policy says on paper that will tend to be how it works out in practice. Because let me tell you referred to earlier episodes if if something like this was proposed in the united states lobbyist would love it. It's a field day. Let's just start carving out the exceptions. You know what i mean. Pay to play baby but this is a real problem and this applies to many other things but in the case of population control. We're talking about something very very personal right. This is not like a law saying that every every individual has to recycle while no global corporation has to it's not that kind of inequality this is telling people they cannot have children by hook or by crook but one thing that everyone does seem to agree on is this and i'm thankful that everyone can agree on this. The average person or household not just in india but in the world deserves a better present. An a brighter future if you if whether or not you have kids whether or not you plan to have kids. I hope it's not a hot date to say that people should have food. Security people should have access to education and employment opportunities and they want to. They should have the prospect of raising a family of their own one day. Even if you're not into one of those things for some reason then that shouldn't stop you from supporting other people's pursuit of those goals and now we we have to ask ourselves. What's the solution. You see fellow conspiracy realist. Today's episode is not a story about the future of india's population. Not really instead. It is a story about a strange brutal solution applied by the indian government and applied by western foundations endorsed by the united nations and implemented. Then with the help of india's government what did they do like ashley said. They conspired to sterilize men by the millions. They very much succeeded. Here's where it gets crazy. You wonder why. There's so much skepticism and worry about things like the world bank or the international monetary fund. Well here's a great example for you as we dive into this here it is. I guess we should give an example. Maybe something that we can all imagine as we're thinking about this been we can apply it to us so as we're all listening. Imagine that you are going through. Something really rough. Let's say somebody just ruptured a gasoline at your house. Now just play and that's happened to me. That's the true story. I started off air. But thank you for your pet these all right or let's say let's say really tough times specialist like minor inconvenience but we're i everybody's okay. The dogs are fine. The family's mind but but let's say okay. Well what if we say this in our case to be self interested here how about we say. We woke up one day and podcast was done. No totally done. That's.

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