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A highlight from S13 E02: Writer's Path: New Book Release Discussion
"Hello, welcome to The Loney Show. I'm your host, John Lee Loney. In this episode, don't have regulars because reasons, as always. As for our guest, she's from Houston, Texas, and she does Houston, Texas, I guess. Well, she's also an author, just to make it clear. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Saborna Roy Chowdhury. Hi, thank you so much for inviting me. This is an honor. And I, as you said, I do live in Houston, Texas, but I'm also an author. And I wrote two books. My first book was called The Distance, which came out in 2013. And more recently, my second book was published by a good, you know, small publisher, Houston based publisher, and called Black Rose Writing. And the name of my second novel is Everything Here Belongs to You. Oh, nice, nice. Thank you. Welcome. And how long have you been an author for? So actually, by profession, I'm a chemist, and I teach chemistry in community college. But around 2004, you know, I was in between jobs and looking for something to do. And I decided, I decided to take a workshop, you know, I used to live in Boston at that time. And there's a very great writing workshop in Boston called The Grub Street. And I took a workshop, you know, short story writing workshop from one of the teachers there. And the beautiful thing about this teacher was he gave us a great writing prompt, he said, you know, I'm going to switch off the light and step outside. And you guys go into deep meditation for at least five minutes. And then when I come back, and I switch on the light, you will pick up the pen, and you will start writing whatever comes to your mind. And you're not going to stop yourself, you're not going to edit yourself. If you see any images, you're going to write about that character. So when he did that, you know, when he switched the light back on, I saw the image of a girl. And I instantly recognize that girl, she was kind of very, very thin emaciated, you know, she had a lot of beads and strings on her body. She was, she had this deep, you know, sad eyes. And I recognize that girl. And I remembered that girl from years ago, you know, when I was child, she used to work at my aunt's place in in in India. And so that character came to me, and I did not stop myself, I picked up my pen, and I just started to write about her. And then it grew into a short story. My very first short story called Bengal Bansun. And when it came to sharing it with the rest of the class, you know, at Grub Street, I was really terrified because here I was, you know, a chemistry teacher. And all of a sudden, I write a short story, and I have to share it in front of my whole class. So I did read it very hesitantly. But you know, most of the class was very appreciative, they really liked it. They gave me great feedback. And most importantly, the teacher said, you need to send this out, you need to send out your work. So I sent it off to a publication, you know, the only one I sent it out to it was called New York stories. I sent them my very first short story. And I heard back from them right away. They said they want to publish my short story. So this was really surprising to me. And this is how my journey started. And later on this, the short story was nominated for a push cut price. So that's when I knew, you know, that I like writing. Wow. Very good. Nice. Thank you. Welcome. And are there any more books that you're in the process of writing? Yes. Well, the one I just finished, and the one that just came out, I'm trying to promote that. And it's called Everything Here Belongs to You. And strangely enough, you know, in between, I wrote another book called The Distance. But this the short story that I was just talking to you about the Bengal Mansoon one, never really left me. So that girl, you know, the girl with the big eyes, she had a problem. She had her father come in every single month from the village and take away all her money. And, you know, she used to come and complain to my aunt. And she used to say, my father is using me like a bank. He's taking away all my money. I don't know what to do. And my aunt was, you know, my aunt is a good person. She really wanted to help this girl. But there was nothing she could do. She, other than consoling her, there was nothing she could do to help out this girl. And then something really terrible happened. One morning at six o 'clock, my aunt was calling her name. She was asking her to come down. She used to live in the girl used to sleep in the terrace room. And the girl was not coming down. So my aunt went upstairs to look for her and found the girl hanging. And she was she was hanging from the ceiling. She had used her sari as like a noose. And my aunt tried to revive her. You know, her body was still warm. My aunt tried her best to bring her back, but she couldn't. And then the father came back from the village and blamed my aunt for for killing this girl. And, you know, the whole the slum came down to our house and started to break everything. So, you know, this this story, even though I captured most of it in Bengal monsoon, I felt like I had not done justice to the whole story. And the girl and her father were not leaving me. And they were still hunting me. So there was something incomplete there. And so even after I finished my first novel, those images did not go away. And I thought that I should expand the story and I should complete the story and I should bring those characters back. So I just I just made the girl a Muslim in my second book. And I continue with the story. You know, the this helpless girl whose father comes every single month and takes away all her salary and she's hopeless. She has no future. Everything is dark around her. She doesn't know where to go. She feels trapped. And that's how I came to write my second novel, Everything Here Belongs to You, which is right now available in the bookstores and on Amazon. All right, then. Very good. So where do you see yourself 20 years from now? 20 years from now. I would like to say I wrote 20 books, but that's not going to happen because each book for me, you know, takes a very, very long time. The distance did not take that much time distance. I think I took only three to four years to write. But my second book, Everything Here Belongs to You, I wrote it for five years. And then I met my agent, Julie Stevenson, you know, from M .M. Q .L .T., M .M. Q. Lit. And asked she me to edit my book. And this editing process went on for three years. So she asked me to make, you know, major changes like change the POV. OK, from omniscient narrator to close third person, then write it chronologically. Make sure you have a very close connection between the sisters from the beginning. You know, major changes change the tense of the novel. So this went on and on. And so that took three years. So that was a total of eight years to write my second novel. So if this is the way I write, I don't think in 20 years I'll accomplish much. It could be worse, to be honest. It could be worse, to be honest. Yeah, I have friends who wrote. Sorry, I think my phone is talking. So, yeah, I have friends who wrote a novel for 20 years. So, yeah, if you if you want to do something perfectly, I guess you have to put in the time. Yeah, absolutely. How did you spend? Sorry, go on. No, so that's that's my 20 year plan to write. Very good. How did you spend your last birthday? My last birthday? Eating cake? Yeah. No. Yeah, I don't focus much on birthdays. My family does. My family definitely made sure that I cut my cake. Yeah. But if I'm writing a book, I'm usually so immersed in the fictional world that I don't pay much attention to what is going on in my real life. All right, then. What is your favorite quote? Oh, my goodness. I don't have one on the top of my head. Do I have to answer this? I mean, you don't have to. Yeah. So go on with the flow. Okay. Okay, I'll take that. Yes, then. If you could create your own job title, what would it be? I would be a full time author. I don't want to do anything else. I think the most meaningful thing we do in life is right. Because I'm able to give voice to, you know, the most voiceless people, the most neglected people, people who cannot defend themselves, who don't get justice, if I'm able to bring them to the forefront, and I'm able to make them make other people visualize them and understand their pain and understand their sorrow, and I'm able to give them justice. That is the most important thing I can do. That's very good. What is the best way to start the morning? I would say, well, there's a real answer, and then there is a hopeful answer. The real answer is I get my girls ready for school, and that's not a peaceful process. So I'm rushing them, I'm pushing them, I'm trying to get them on the school bus, and my mornings are not peaceful or restful enough. However, if I were living, I were, you know, living my ideal life, I would love to wake up and do a long meditation. And I would like to connect to my subconscious and see who is plaguing me, who is bothering me, who is sitting in there, and I would draw out those characters and I would talk to them and I would put them down on the page. And that would be the peaceful start of a morning, to be able to write, you know, at least two to three pages without interruption, without the phone ringing, without the internet, without having to communicate with the outside world, just to be able to write and meditate. That's my ideal life. Very good. Would you rather sleep on the wall or sleep on the ceiling? Sleep on the wall or sleep on the ceiling? I've never heard a question like that before. I would sleep on the ceiling, yeah. Yes, that's a good option. Yeah, because I can see the world from the top, right? I have a larger and bigger and wider perspective of things. And I basically, you know, when I wrote my first novel, I mean, the second novel, sorry, I used omniscient narrator, and that's kind of your place on the ceiling, because you get to see everyone, what they're doing. If they're doing mean things, bad things, you know, hiding things from you, have secrets, you basically have a view of every single character in that room or in that house, right, if you're on the ceiling. So I would definitely want the ceiling position. But my agent says I should write in close third person. Intriguing. Yes. Oh, yes. Very good. Would you ever try space tourism? Actually not. Especially today, you know, today in the news, did you see how this vessel tried to go in the depths of the ocean and never came back? It was blown away. So I'm very, very nervous about getting into claustrophobic places and where I have no control, and other people taking me, you know, promising me things, making me sign papers and taking me places. And then I do not know if I'll make it back. And there's a lot to do on Earth. Itself, right? There's a lot to improve right here. I don't need to go to space. Yes, that's a very good point. You'll never know what life hits at you. Yes. What fictional item do you wish you owned in real life? What fictional item? Do you wish you owned in real life? Let me think about this. And it's a fictional item. It's not a real one. My daughters will tell you a lot about Harry Potter things that they want to own. Fictional item. Can you give me an example of fictional items? Well, you said your daughters like Harry Potter, so possibly a magic wand, then there's lightsabers from Star Wars, a couple of video game items like the mega mushroom from Super The magic wand sounds very attractive because when I cannot wake them up in the morning to go to school, I can always be the magic wand and make them do things for me, right? I mean, every mother wishes she had a magic wand and she could control her children. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. Where do you spend most of your free time? First of all, being a teacher, a mother and a writer, I have no free time. But I to write, I do go to a coffee shop and I can only write in a coffee shop because it kind of takes away the pressure of writing. It kind of takes away, you know, the fear of writing because I have so many people surrounding me and there is this chatter, this laughter, this camarade, you know, the smell of coffee. Everything takes away that extreme pressure of having to accomplish something or to finish something or to get something done. And I'm able to relax in a coffee shop and actually do some writing. And then, of course, when you come back home, that reality strikes and that you'd have so many chores to do and so many other things you have to get done, right? And so the coffee shop is my escape. OK, I can see that. This is a question from the very top of my head. Have you heard of a drink called banana friche? Banana friche? Banana friche? Friche? Yeah. Have you heard of it? I have never heard of a drink banana friche, no. I get that a lot from a lot of people. It's understandable. So do you want me to try it out or? Sorry, what is the question? So I asked you, have you heard of a drink called banana friche? No. Oh, that's all right, because I get that every time. Yeah, something from that came from the top of my head. Sure. Yeah. Would you rather? If you recommend it to me, if you recommend me the drink, I'll definitely try it. I do not know where to get it from. Well, well, it's a concept at first, but maybe a few years down the line, it can become a thing. So, yes. So definitely, when it becomes a thing, I'll give it a try. All right, very good. Would you rather not be able to open any closed doors or not be able to close any open doors? Both. I don't want to close any open doors for anyone who is a minority and needs those open doors. And so what was the first part again? So I asked you, would you rather not to open closed doors or not be able to close open doors? Yeah, so second part, I don't want to close any open doors for people who need it. Yes, very good, because there's opportunities in front of you. You must seize it. That's true. Yes. But, you know, be inclusive as well. I mean, you don't want to seize it just for yourself, but you seize it for everyone else. Yes, everyone is free to open and enter the door. Yes, the door should not be closed for anyone. Exactly. What's your favorite season? Spring, because I cannot tolerate the heat. I live in a place called Houston, Texas, and it does get extremely hot. And when it gets hot like that, you know, it's hard to function. So spring here is beautiful. You know, the flowers bloom and the birds come out the usual spring thing. And so and we can all go for long walks. So spring definitely is beautiful in Texas. All right, then. Nice. If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be? So I would go back to India. Right now, I live in Houston, Texas. So let me tell you this in a more poetic manner. Give me one second. So basically, I grew up in Kolkata, India. Can you still hear me? Yeah, I can still hear you. Okay, so I grew up in Kolkata, India, and I grew up in a middle class Hindu family. And, you know, I mean, if you read my second novel, I featured the house I grew up in in this in this novel. And, and like, like the characters in my novel, you know, I used to live in this hundred year old house with my extended family, with my aunts, uncles and cousins. So because it was a hundred year old house, and it was it was like a crumbling mansion, and it had two wings and two floors, but there was no one to take care of this house. So years of neglect, you know, had left this house in very poor condition. My house had, you know, cracked tiles on the floor and yellowing walls and broken windows, everything needed repair. And during the monsoon season, you know, water dripped from the roof and and we had, you to collect the water, and everything had to be covered, you know, our antique furniture, our paintings, our encyclopedias, our photographs, everything had to be covered with plastic sheets. And so it was really hard for us to maintain this house, you know, there was like spiders behind the clothes horse and termite mud piles that went up the walls. And, you know, all the grandfather clocks that just kept on chiming at wrong hours. And if you looked at the skylight holes, you would see pigeons nesting there. Then when I turned 19, I left Kolkata and I came to America and I settled down here. Right. I came as a student. I finished my chemistry degrees. And finally, you know, I got my job in Houston. I settled down here. But I left behind this house, this house, which is full of history and, you know, my childhood tales. And I and somehow this house still remains alive inside me and it shows up in my book, especially in my second book, I would say this house is my main main backdrop of my second book. And now, you know, I have a relatively comfortable life. I live in the suburbs of Houston now. Here, you know, I have a wooden house which has central air conditioning and it has modern appliances. I have, you know, carpet that covers all the floors and I have, you know, all my walls are really well painted. I have modern furniture. I have a spacious living room. Every every week we have lawnmowers who come to trim our lawns and prune the bushes and, you know, our driveway and sidewalk looks so clean. They almost like they glisten like glass. And my existence right now in Houston is very neat, tidy, comfortable, hygienic, whatever you want to look at it. But unfortunately, whenever I pick up my pen to write either a short story or a novel or a poem, I I don't write about the suburbs of Houston. I still find myself, you know, going back to that old mansion that I left behind in Kolkata and I'm still pining away for for what I left behind. So I don't think, you know, as I age, this nostalgia will go away and somehow I will I will end up living living in that old house again years later. OK, I can see that. Sorry for the very long answer. That's all right. I enjoy it. It's fabulous. Thank you. You're welcome. What kind of music do you often listen to? I don't know if I am a Bengali and we have a Nobel laureate, author, songwriter. His name is Rabindranath Tagore. And I used to learn his songs. I used to learn his music and I still listen to that. I just I listen to Tagore songs all the time. It calms me down. And once once again, it connects me back home. It's part of my nostalgia. Very good. When things break, do you prefer to fix them or replace them? I always try to fix them. I hold on to old things. You must have guessed that by now. And I have a very hard time throwing away things because all your old things have a memory. And as writers, when we when we when we touch things, old photos, old albums, even, you know, somebody's glasses or somebody's shawl, we feel things in our fingers and then something can become can become a spark for a new project. So, yes, I repair things and I keep things and I grab onto things and I hold onto things and I don't want to let them go. My husband is opposite. He's a neat, tidy person. And he would rather get rid of things and clean up the house. And he's an engineer by profession. So you can see that we have completely different personalities.
"kolkata" Discussed on KAILASH HAZARI IAS ACADEMY /ADMINISTRATIVE CONSULTANT SERVICE (WORLDWIDE)
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"kolkata" Discussed on KAILASH HAZARI IAS ACADEMY /ADMINISTRATIVE CONSULTANT SERVICE (WORLDWIDE)
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"kolkata" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"God speaks to us through the Bible. If you are humble, simple and direct and love the scriptures as something that really comes from the mind of God to bring you to his heart. Then the Holy Spirit teaches you to read them. A whole new vista, a new dimension opens before you. And you enter into a world that heals you, cleanses you, washes you, makes you whole. In repeating the word of God and praying with it, even when it seems monotonous. There's a tremendous light. We are always attracted to something that is exotic, interesting. We do not want to dwell on something that we may not understand. Or which bores us. And so we pass by a whole dimension of our own life. We are willing to absorb the scriptures if they are put before us in a pleasant way. If not, we sometimes go to sleep, don't we? But man's heart can not live in a void. As you are faithful to what at first appears to be a monotony. The Holy Spirit comes and you are silently visited by the Trinity. And they become your teachers of theology, teachers about themselves, that is. Or who knows more about himself than God does. Just sit down sometime and write what Christ asks you to do. And what you are doing. I do that periodically, and I'm utterly surprised how completely I fail and what God wants me to do. Am I trying? I am honestly trying to live and do God's will. Yet, always, I have an excuse, always there's something where I say, oh, well, God didn't mean that. God meant it. But we do not want to accept it. Very few people really come to God and say, here I am, lord. Do with me as you wish. It is hard to do that. But especially during that, you can change, make a new sheet and write on that new sheet thy will be done. And do it. You know something? We will know what Jesus wants us to do. It is very important to make what God wants me to do. An exciting situation, instead of being bored. Always bring God into it, and to bring God is the most exciting thing in the world. To make your life more with him is beyond any excitement, and our lady is a person who we can always go to for help. We should ask her, help me to be what God wants me to be. Help me. In lent, we make a journey with Christ in his public life, and especially in his passion, which should break all the walls of resistance that we have. How can any walls remain standing within our souls when the voice of Christ, with tenderness and love? Echoes in our ears through the gospels. How can we remain indifferent and not break the walls of our selfishness and passionately love God back when our ears are sealed by the sound of a soldier's hand striking Jesus face? When clearly we hear the whistle of the whips endured for love of us. As they pass through the air before they hit his already torn flesh. When we hear his slow steps walking that mile from Jerusalem to Kolkata, laden with a cross for our sins. And finally, how can we remain indifferent when standing beneath that cross? We see him. Bleeding and torn. Lift it up on it for our Salvation. Out of love for us. His final proof of it. Every day of this holy season of land cries out God's left us and for us. Are we going to begin to cry out our love back to him? Or are we going to hem ourselves into a sort of deadly prison by deadly words? Deadly words so short and so tragic. Yes, but yes, if. Yes, maybe. Not now, lord. A little later. Is it possible that we can do that after we have traveled this holy journey? Especially the last mile of his public life in his passion. Let us begin, with a firm resolution to do just one thing. Abolish the walls of our self centeredness and selfishness. He resurrects. All this is leading to the resurrection, but do we resurrect? Christ says, do you love me? And we do not answer directly. Like Saint Peter dead. Yes, I love you, lord. We say, maybe. Perhaps I will start loving you a little later. He asked us, are you going to follow me? Maybe. Perhaps a little later. This is the season when we hear the nails being put into his hands because he loved us. He did not say, maybe, perhaps. He just said, I love you. And the proof is that I am dying for you. That is all. And we look at him and we say, well, thank you, lord. That was nice of you. But don't ask me to do that, okay? I want something gentle. I want something according to my idea of how I should love you. Not yours. If we had the guts to say, lord, you're saying they're too hard, and we will not walk with you anymore. There would be no compromise. We can not say, maybe. We can choose what to say. We leave you. Or we stay with you. You've been listening to an excerpt from servant of God, Catherine de heaux Doherty's season of mercy, lent in Easter. This is a production of discerning hearts and cooperation with Madonna house publications. For more episodes in this series, visit discerning hearts dot com or you can find it in our free discerning hearts app or on many streaming platforms. 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"kolkata" Discussed on Historically Thinking
"Ironically all crews divisions within particular faith communities over the very viability of inter. Certainly see this in the catholic church i mean. There were debates among the american hierarchy of should participate or not and eventually the pro voices one out so there was a pretty good catholic participation off some of the justification look archives there. They're sort of an evangelizing sort of mission element to catholic participation and a desire a time. When there's a lot of native ism anti-catholicism united states to you know for them to make their case and have a more visible national platform so there are a lot of motive that went into that. There was concerns in rome at this time about just the nature liberal democracy the nature of american democracy. This is after a time Took place in a time where the pope was considered prisoner of the vatican after italian unification and the eighteen sixties in eighteen seventies and. There's there's great concern. And some of these participatory. Were even disciplined. After after the fact later one of the pope's hoods points the eleventh or twelfth horrid about quote promiscuous religious gatherings. Yeah no you're you're swat on this. It was quite a bit of internecine strife within the catholic church about eighteen ninety korean and subsequent events but some other where mother results from this food conference. I mean does it lead to other conferences. Other parliaments like this That was certainly the. There's always seems to be the hope. After every one of these conferences that this will keep on going forever but The didn't kind of sort of the. I think the best way to express it sort of did there was at the time in eighteen nineties. Desire to make a lasting institution out of this but for various reasons that life resources just to jessica complexity of bringing this all the guy that did not take place then it was briefly revived and as sort of another sort of commemoration fair in nineteen thirty three. But that really didn't have traction to but later with the centennial event. Nineteen ninety-three routes especially hindu practitioners and chicago revived the idea of us obtainable in nineteen ninety three and it continues about every three or four years old. I actually attended woman. It took place in toronto and Twenty eighteen. They've taken place in australia and salt lake city south africa. They're point there quite a phenomenon. This this is like a big tint sees itself enervate. One one thing i i realized it's made eighteen. Three seem very far away. And i was thinking about this. I mean the comex exposition. Think about if you add this to add this. Also to the fact that frederick jackson turner gave his famous paper on the clothes and the american frontier at the exposition as well This is like the beginning. They must have existed before this. But this is getting of the modern academic conference in some ways. This is when conference papers are sexy and new Steamship travel and has gotten to the point where people can travel. Make a big plan as takes a lot of labor and plan but you can go to chicago from to begin in heidelberg and bombay and kolkata and you can give a paper And people are as equally interested in going to listen to this paper that would without be right. are we looking at the beginning of also like So this is an important turning-point academic professionalization. Yeah i think that's right. I mean broadly it takes place in the context of the the birth of the academic offerings the academic journals. I mean you know. There's correspondence think of the republic of letters. The early modern period interaction by the late nineteenth century mid and early twain century could survey that sort of the heyday of academic professionalization number builds distinctive. Thing about the chicago contacts happening more in europe and the united states but but the chicago event gives a real boost to the discipline of the comparative study of religion or religious history as contrast to christian theology. Yeah it really important point. Yeah can you. Can you describe that. Because that's a huge influence. It seems from from this event right. Yeah a number of the those who'd organize the chicago events had been influenced by again. What's off the of comparative study of religion. The study of the later we kinda call it. Religious studies who conflict still exists opening campuses. Should we call those church. Should be called are disciplined theology studies or both or like uva back when you. You're here showy allow theologians into the religious days aches a we but that is kind of a new and sexy. Fill at you're getting just more ethnographic information. Linguistics studies have been building late. Eighteenth nineteenth century. So you could argue that something like this could only take place in the contracts of the late nineteenth century own. You add travel. Telegraph a hot steam engine. It's it's enabled by these these mini developments in above intellectual world the material or all the. That's all important background or ran. And the planners can realize that they emanate. They use very self conscious. This is a new being under the song. Never they were aware of akbar in some other historical precedents. But i think it's safe to say that something. This logistical magnitude at something very deliberate. The world religions. I suggest that it is.
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"And I am a freelance journalist based in Kathmandu to go try and get into one of these shelter houses. So The shelter house is actually quite far from the main city center, almost half an hour or 40 minutes Drive from Kathmandu. It's on a on a hilltop because these are the outskirts of Katmandu, where new settlements have just started. Uh It was actually a school building, which they turn into a shelter because I think the school had left after the earthquake. The moment I reached the first floor. I was so surprised. It was very noisy. A lot of Children playing around and turns out a lot of women bringing the young Children if they're too young to be left alone, really, and how many women were there? They were around. I think 20 or 22. Women there 20 or 22 women on the first floor of this building? Yeah. This shelter house was run by another Israeli agency, so not lotus, but a different one. And we're guessing that most of the women were carrying babies for Israeli couples, and at least the women I saw who outside the rumor who had the doors open. They seem to be around 32 early forties. Really? Yeah. I mean, the first time I saw I saw the first woman I talked to kidneys, Algerian. Yeah. She was wearing like a mustard color Saudi. She had some bang goes all the women had some Bangles in their hands and many short risks alcohol to decide this alcohol. She said She was 36 years old from Kolkata. She has two girls got Elka Heck does Brooke? He asked. How old are your girls? And she said eight and 12 study number could he asked like, why are you doing this? And the woman said at me at me. I'm doing it for them. It's because you know, we have a lot of financial problem. My husband is a lecture driver and we don't make enough and she worked as a maid in Delhi, and ultimately, she said she had no other way to raise money for her daughters to get married because yoga In Hindu weddings. The bride's family pays off the groom in the form of a dowry, and the plan was to use the money from surrogacy for the Dow room. She'd been in Kathmandu for three months, so she was in her first trimester. And when Burke OD asked her to Kiska, yoga, yoga, does she know who the baby is for your letter to her? She said No. But she knows it's not hers. But that's what stop and actually all the women that Bill Cody talked to were very, very clear about this. This is a job. We will see who may have a tickle The second women. I talked to.
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"Kill called Or Texted 51236 year old 5 90. You can also stream the guys on the free news, Ray. Okay, l b j We're gonna have grace right? Alright, Let's get it on. Welcome in my sports Talk Amigos. There's my guy at clinics. What's that, buddy? I'm doing great today. Good to see you. Help them up the rain kind of you know, I don't mind little rain at night, but during the day I want, son. I want sun during the day, baby, Okay? I also like the sun. Hold on. Have we are because the sun come out at night, Jason, right at night, Sunder the day right at night. Sunday as requested by Ed Clements. We did it had Clement beat Oh, good afternoon. How are you on a Friday, man? Don't look now, But there are UFO swarming all around you. By what? I saw that video of that big American chip out there all those you love to close the account of the third kind due to nto one thing that is real in this room. It's a dang old front. You and Lord knows it couldn't get here any quicker. That's right there. Django Hmm. All that last night again? Good. Django Unchained last long. Word. Okay. That's the damnedest movie. Yeah. Jamie Foxx. They seem booty call if you leave you like Jenga you call? It was really good. I like the other guy. Booty call. Who is that guy? He's kind of disappeared. Nearly got booty call, Remember? I know you're talking about No, Omar Lawrence's another guy. Yeah, I don't know. Thank you. Oh, and change. Go. Is there new UFO development, you know? Oh, yeah. Wrong side of history here, beat Oi! The aliens or not, were there No photos? No, there are no I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Okay? Call me old fashioned. I f owes mean they identified now we know that they're tic Tacs. King could get here. They're out there, man. They're out there. Have you not ever heard? George Noory here on Gail B. J Man, the Great George Nori. Only 16. We still doing that believe I think, keeping people up all night. These weird one night he broadcast here and they had had to call the police at two a.m. because it was doing all this US UFO stuff. And half of Austin was driving to meet George. Yeah, Jason during the break. You will Google and watch Right? UFO. Thanks. Warm Navy carrier carrier. One of the big boats. Yeah. Then we'll see if you believe that's right. There are kids on Tic tac who concede GI things now there ain't no, you're gonna get me a no. This is the real American military from the armed forces. Right? Go. Look, man, I will go look. Huh? NBA basketball continues tonight Another three games. Can I go? A super old man on your 1st? 2nd? What? Tonight? The latest game tips off at 8. 30 Dallas. I can stay up late tonight. Okay? Every other night of the week. There's a 9 30 game and then it ends at midnight. Okay? I could You have to see those games in time that I have to get that dago this game at 8 30. You wanna watch? This is a This is an important night at Clement said to me before we started the show. He thinks the Clippers will win the game tonight. I don't know about that, my man, you know, well No heads a dunderhead maps up to O on the Clippers. They won both games in Los Angeles. They're hosting the clips tonight. I've not lost any bit since the NBA playoffs and God, would you plug Please be? No. Let me finish my fault. Have you made a wager? And now I'm on the Conn George Constanza theory. Everybody would be called T bone. Pardon me, Jim Beato. Everybody thinks the Mavericks you're gonna roll the night I am a go against the grain. I want them average win. Don't get me wrong, Kolkata Monkey says it's true. I just feel like the Kawai and the Clippers will have an unbelievable effort, even though The Mavericks will have a sold out house so right. I feel like I say, the media my head J. No chance that the Clippers win tonight's game. Um, I mean, look quite Leonard is very good, so I will. I'm never. I'm not going to say there's no chance but 3% chance they'll delight has moved in the Clippers favor. When we discussed this yesterday. I believe it is. I believe they were a 1.5 point favorite in the in Dallas is building. It's moved to three points. Now you're always the one that tells us it's about how people are betting it didn't have to do is game flow. They want your money, The.
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"That's the real story from the BBC coming up after the news. Hello. I'm we're older Son with the BBC News. Ah, fire at a hospital in India has killed at least 13 coronavirus patients as the country suffered a world record number of new infections for the second day running. Flames engulf the intensive care ward of the private hospital in Voronezh, close to Mumbai on Wednesday, more than 20 covert patients at another hospital in the same state, Maharashtra Died after the oxygen supply was interrupted. Dr. Saraswati Sinner, a critical care specialist in Kolkata, says health services are overwhelmed all our emergency rooms. All our board bets. All are critical care units are packed to capacity. We are getting direct calls from our patients are acquaintances. Our neighbors, leading with us to be able to accommodate some of their next of skills. 20 years off, working in intensive care, I have never seen anything off this kind. It is completely emotionally physically and mentally exhausting. Travel ban has taken effect in Britain for visitors from India. There was a last minute rush for plane tickets, some costing several times the usual fare before restrictions were imposed. New malaria vaccine, developed by researchers in Britain has bean 77% successful in stopping infection in early clinical trials. The results suggest it is far more effective than the only vaccine currently available against the disease. The drug was tested on 450 babies and toddlers from Burkina Fasso. Will now undergo a larger trial involving nearly 5000 young Children across four African countries. Ahead of the World Health Organization has accused a handful of the richest countries of gobbling up supplies off Corona virus vaccines, leaving others scrambling for the scraps. Ted Ross said. Hannam Ws is said of the nearly 900 million doses administered globally. Less than 1% were in low income countries more than 100. People are reported to have been hurting clashes in east Jerusalem. Between far right Jewish activists, Palestinians and the Israeli police. Hundreds of ultranationalist Jews shouting death to Arabs confronted Palestinian demonstrators the cities Damascus Gate on Thursday evening. The police, who were trying to keep the two groups apart. Also clashed with the Palestinians. Tom Bateman reports. Thies Tensions have bean bubbling for nights Now for this evening, it feels.
Hackers Breach 150,000 Surveillance Cameras: But How?
"Radio. All right, so we were all over this story yesterday when it broke. It was about the hacker group that says it wanted to show how much surveillance is out there in our world and how easy it was to breach it. Great reporting and itwas a Bloomberg Exclusive. It was William Certain is the one who brought it to all of us. And to all of you, he cybersecurity Porter at Bloomberg News joining us on the phone from New York City, William I'm still reeling from reading this story because it's terrifying and in so many different ways. What did this group of hackers do? Well, thanks for having me so they owned as hackers say they have this company in the worst possible way. They got into an account at this. This Security camera company Club Kolkata that allows them to look through the camera of all of its customers, and not only that they could look at the cameras live on day could also look at the archives of the videos that those customers had stored. From those cameras and in some cases of cameras were using facial recognition technology, which the hackers could also interact with. How is that so easy? Well, uh, you know, it's obviously there's multiple investigations going on at the company right now. T answer that question. But, you know, they got in through exposed credentials. So you know a user name and password for so called super admin account. I've been left out there publicly on the Internet. Um you know, it's sloppy. It's bad security practice on DATs how it happened. What do we know about about the group that that did this? Who is Tilly Cotman. Well. Kelly Cotman is a 21 year old with citizen who could've packed with an anti capitalist anti surveillance when he won world view. Um and you know they seek to kind of China light on on what they see is a abuse of technology. And then capitalism gone too far. I mean, that's what this is about, right? Shedding a light to say. Hey, folks, I don't know if you're aware of it. You've all gotten so used to having cameras all around you like we all have a camera on our phone. But did you realize what that really means? Right, and another aspect of this that really isn't being discussed. Much is like these hackers could have done something much worse. They could have sat in this system for a long time and lost it all this confidential video. They could have, you know, utilized the cameras to launch other hats in the future. They could have tried to hack the networks of Ricardo's, uh, customers. But they didn't do that. They came to a journalist and they blew the whistle. Silver Kata, the company at the center of this It's a startup that was founded back in 2016 itself, Security cameras that customers can access through the Web. Obviously, they've raised $80 million in jazz of January. 2020 values the company at $1.6 billion What does this mean for the company? And what have you heard from the company Since you published this Well, obviously terrible for the company's reputation, right? They have so many high profile customers, not only high profile customers, a Tesla and cloud Fair right be exposing this put off the schools, hospitals, jails. Um, you know, it's terrible for the reputation and you know their companies that tries to sell their security is one of their teachers. And you know what I'm hearing from the company is not much there. Um um Doing an investigation, and they contacted law enforcement. But you haven't heard too much more. They restrict the hackers no longer have access
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"kolkata" Discussed on Everyday Talkies
"That. And they're really good like they won an oscar for a social network. So those guys plus and the most of the piano playing and everything was done by. This guy named john john who Who is on the back of the late night. Show called me anyway Number two. I would like to point out this piece which i loved like. Obviously i think everybody would be an An many lease don't because i think one of the most standard visas but once more piece was that seem to me a lot and i love the music was men where did do was on the subway. And let get back was yeah. That goes also beautiful for me. Lake are i don't like it was one of the top pieces. They die sick. I don't know why does not enough the music that they take the music is great. Obviously like they do all the justice that has to be done to. You know jasmine's just in general but going beyond just the music of the whole idea. I absolutely love about debris beyond beyond beyond the just visualize. 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What was this when they were no characters it and they were showing you know see. Let's say he has his mother's Dillashaw obviously at this show. You know the taxis. They're the belichick day. And what are they can do. Forget on the new york on the new talk. Parts are beautifully animated almost like for duty to if the of the people living word so badly recognize the independence so yeah obviously not excited has become such great at doing this animation but when they have to stick to those they. I liked that scale down. I liked the they do the animation that will best help to store your best health emotions of the all wheel and that aspect you have even later you know you find these different places in the other than just i forward does the zone but Ben domain characters being music he kind of course to this on your so basically In between state from physical. That's pretty well exactly right exactly. And i liked that. How elected don't make fun of it and the as this news that you can go to and which is like if you've ever been involved in anything that you love it doesn't have to be like music for from this anything that you could recording would be known Gardening whatever. You could be doing anything but if you love doing it and sort of get into this You know discipline them of doing it. You have kind of felt what they're talking about like the loved that yes. This movie is about music but then this music about this small concepts were being dissolved. And there's one more innovative when somebody gets obsessed with something that they were not getting a tonsil. I don't know what they would call them so the next forty that they also like to out that this Getting lost in this When you're doing something that you were that you that you love that you're passionate about you get lost in the zone. But they also pointed out that this might not necessarily It's just as easy to get lost in this kind of thing and then you become this law sold as like just obsessed with this one thing and you forget you. Forget the simple idea of living life. Which i think it's You know it's very eastern philosophy. That is that they're trying to talk about which is balancing them just because you liked doing something just because you're good at doing something doesn't mean you should be constantly doing it and just because You have found this leaky bucket that you can go and do that. You know this so that you can access. Whenever you want doesn't mean that you should stain this. Mr lee mc adoo have any a remnant thoughts like starting the movie about cocoa because that is what if initiative is going to be about music have you i have and yeah. You're right some Because both of those movies kind of deal with life after death ray. 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"kolkata" Discussed on So What? Who Cares!
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"kolkata" Discussed on iForumRx.org
"Well hello there. It's stewart hanes and welcome to the iphone former podcast where we explore the evidence that informs and literary care pharmacy practice as we previously discussed on this podcast and in several former x commentaries over the past five years. Systemic inflammation plays a critical role in the development of atherosclerotic vascular. Disease medications that reduce a markers of systemic inflammation have pretty consistently reduced the risk of cardiovascular events nonetheless there is still some debate about whether systemic inflammation should be a specific treatment target similar to the way we screen measure and treat blood pressure and serum lipids for example three years ago in january two thousand eighteen. We reviewed the results of the canto. Study on i former x and the results of that study are pretty compelling even if can kick him add. The drug that was used in cantos isn't really a very practical treatment choice then in november two thousand nineteen. The coal kat study was published which used culture scene to prevent recurrent asap events in patients following a myocardial infarction similarly. We reviewed the results of the kolkata. Study here on iphone wrecks and the results largely confirmed cantos. Treating systems inflammation lowers the risk of cardiovascular events..
Cyclone dumps rain on India, Bangladesh, 2M head to shelters
"A powerful cyclone has slammed ashore along the coastline of India and Bangladesh when more than two point six million people have fled to shelters in a frantic evacuation cyclone own poem the equivalent of a category three hurricane is packing winds of up to one hundred five miles per hour with maximum gusts of one hundred eighteen miles per hour authorities warned it could cause extensive damage to flimsy houses and the storm surge could push a sequel to inland flooding cities including Kolkata one health systems consultant says the cyclone could have devastating consequences for India's fight against the coronavirus by impacting supply lines and crippling relief measures I'm Charles the end of this month
Tens of thousands evacuated as India, Bangladesh brace for super cyclone
"Tens of thousands of people being moved from coastal areas of India and Bangladesh is the strongest storm ever recorded in the bay of Bengal approaches land our correspondents you'll get to the ninety eight joins us from Mumbai you'll get set millions of people in the path of cyclone palm house the huge operation to move them to safety going well massive accusation is going on both here in India as well as Bangladesh today you know when we had sort of an update from India early this morning about fifty thousand people had already moved from areas near the Sundarbans islands national disaster response teams are on the ground and evacuating people from coastal areas in the Indian state of West Bengal and risa from Bangalore based the country's disaster management minister told the BBC that they plan to move as many as two million people to shelters the cyclone is expected to make landfall sometime on Wednesday in an area it near the border of the two countries the Indian city of Kolkata densely populated one is expected to be affected by the cyclone as well what when the full cost is in India are saying is that the intensity of the winds might reduce slightly when it makes landfall so it might not be a super cyclone anymore but the really worrying thing is that the storm surges for Costa C. could be as high as ten to sixteen feet along with heavy rainfall flooding is a huge cause of concern right now in coastal areas of both India and Bangladesh and this relief operation being made all the harder because of coronavirus that's right I mean there are areas in both countries where you know confirm school that infections
Indians vote in final phase of grueling national election
"Reagan, the final phase of voting in India's six week long general election is taking place with fifty nine seats at stake in eight. States. One seat is currently held by the prime minister Narendra Modi. His Hindu nationalist BJP is hoping to repeat, it's over Wilmington election victory in twenty fourteen violence has flared between rival groups in the state of west. Bengal Rahu Tandon is outside a polling station in the state capital, Kolkata, a long line of people hit the young and the old but around a heavily armed security off, is particularly here in this state of West Bengal, which is seen as one of the most crucial in this election. One of the most heavily contested here in India were almost seventy percent turnout in the six phases. So far, more people voting than in any other election since independence it shows you whatever way election, Goethe, people believe in
Young social entrepreneur in India turns wedding waste into meals for the needy
"I'm an academy with you and us on a mission to feed hungry. Citizens young social entrepreneur in India, stack Ling, the food waste challenge there by rescuing food leftover from weddings parties in supermarkets, Padmanabahn Gopalan takes advantage of geolocation technology by allowing restaurants in individuals to log into his no waste food app where they can find the nearest community that can take their food instead of throwing it in the bin according to you, an estimates saving twenty five percent of the food currently wasted globally. Each year would be enough to feed. Eight hundred seventy million hungry people in so far, Mr. Gopalan, provided meals for more than nine hundred thousand you was in New York this week, taking part in the UN science, technology and innovation forum and spoke to you uses session gold. Why initiative, no food waste is an initiative that collects all this hopeless Ford from weddings, restaurants, supermarkets, and hall, sort of he even said this happening across the cities where there is a large. Twenty of untouched good quality surplus for being thrown into bins. So we have dollar technology and the application that helps to donate that to the nearest community need. So we have geo tagged all the hunger sports in the city like the people in need lake slums government hospital shelter homes, orphanages roadside homeless people temporary shelters all the stuff they are geo tagged and map. So if a if a person or restaurant or an industry logs into mobile application, they'll be able to see the nearest community, which they can share that, for instance, throwing it into the bins. We also operate a fleet of vehicles and volunteers, which helps us to bridge this gap of collecting and distributing the food. So it started in a place called mature in Tamil. Nado, nowadays working in fifteen cities, across south, India. Have you invested any foods or resources in making sure that people are aware of your initiative, so that they are able to reach out to you? That is a very good amount of awareness being picking up among the people. So. So people used to like they don't have any access to those datas of where they can go and share the food, even if they live in the city, they don't know where are people in need. So everybody speak about hunger, but they literally don't know where where this pockets are. So, that's when we wanted to identify them, and Geotech them. So there anybody like nowadays. Everybody's using technology on the other side like the people who while Guinness evens and everybody they're logging, and they just find the they see the data Hillary and say, anxious that this many sports are there in the city, which we live for more than thirty s so we work with all the, the particularly the food safety and channels authority of India, and they are organizing Multistakeholder meeting with the holiday caterers food industries on regular level, where we give to them. And also, we reach out on social media to all the wedding couples so they are aware of this service being offered, so they can close this on the weddings of throwing away. Lot of our students to dental school children as well was in a specific reason you gave up for this innovative idea creative solution to the food waste problem. So it's an interesting interesting journey, so I, I was doing my uniting graduation in an almond college so I happen to learn with lot of people from different backgrounds. So mostly from tribal, rural parts and few of us from cities. So everyone had a different value of food. So as working part time as well when I was doing my undergraduate. So then I was doing a part time classes to lot of school children. That's when I found out that this generation, particularly missed the value of the food is equal to some money, it's not an economic. It is beyond that, too. I thought instead of teaching science max, we should I teach value food to kids. So then whichever class, I go, I took a weighing scale with me. I used to wait how much food the kids throw in the schools and during the next day or something. Family. They'll be reading it in the, the assembly that yesterday, all of us western this many cages afoot today. We should try to reduce that. So then Ford standard kid came to me, and ask me a question. See there are a lot of food being thrown away last week, we had a housewarming function where we ordered for one fifty people, but only some one hundred people turned up, so we're can do that, for that provoke need to start something like this. So how many Xs meals have you been able to do need so far, the number of people who have been able to help, tow it as our around eight nine thousand meals that you have delivered through directly by us, and the, the eight hundred thousand but it's, it's more than eight hundred thousand meals that we have directly collected and delivered through frito vehicles, so we have on one hundred volunteers who collect meals, and deliver hand. There are also a lot of individual donations happening. Now, you are here in New York. Tell us a little bit about your experience participating. In the science technology innovation forum coming back to the United Nations actionable Ottoman goals. I strongly believe that technology and scale ability, will be the only solution to kill some local solutions. So this forum is a great platform for local restaurant loyal workers. Lakers for me. This is the first time in United Nations and frustration Moore. So every time I read about United Nations when Leanne my books, so here we are able to make the people from different cultures different countries coming together for a common cause. And we feel the energy of lake mindedness, among all the stakeholders here. So when I, I was given a chance here to person may Navision, so there are a lot of people who were able to connect to the problem of food waste and who are already seeking solutions for it. So we are all connected in this platform now. So it is definitely making this local solution to become global one. This platform is one that will make that you talked about skill ability. What are your plans for the future? So right now, the, the Soviet of hunger, mapping, we are done in fourteen cities, where people are using it to shut the food. So we are working on in to metro big cities, rest of all titrate cities. So we according to the data, what we have there is more amount of wood being thrown away stood only in Tyrone cities then tied into so we were concentrating more on Thailand cities in the coming years. So we'll be killing a initiatives to much more Tyron cities like the Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore Hyderabad and other places, and also create a more sustainable model current way of working now, we are shifting it into more sustainable model so that it will really become replicable and Francis solution for everyone to
California museum can keep Cranachs looted by Nazis: U.S. appeals court
"For. Sure if he's a doctor but he helps us out that's. All we know, that was son Judah we had that sound that must have been an awkward conversation it was Harriet. But this is actually frighteningly common, around half the people claiming to be doctors in India are fake they have. No medical qualifications whatsoever but I've been speaking to the real doctor who's been offering. Thousands of them crash courses in medicine is medicine really something you can. Teach with the crash course that's what I've been trying to find out is a very. Controversial idea crash courses in. Medicine than fake doctors that's coming up a, world hacks. After the knees Hello this is David Austin with the BBC. News intelligence officials in the United States say spy satellites have detected renewed activity at a. North Korean, factory which has in the past produced intercontinental ballistic missiles the reports come just over a month after President Trump said, North Korea no longer posed. A threat following his meeting with the country's. Leader from so here's Laura bicker Steinle satellite images and the. BBC has spoken, to one of the companies analyzing this they say it appears to show vehicles moving in and out. At the site does this break, the words that Kim Jong in made to Donald Trump in Singapore Kim Jong. Il has always said that he would not text another missile he's never said anything. About stopping any building or activity with regards to building nuclear missiles and. Indeed this is a number of US intelligence reports which suggest that North Korea is continuing With its weapons. Program counting has continued overnight in Zimbabwe following Monday's election Zanu PF and the opposition MDC alliance have both been predicting. Victory on social media Andrew Harding is in Harare an election officials have, only confirmed a high turnout. Here in Zimbabwe but on social media the. Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa and his supporters already declaring victory in contrast Zanu PF officials are insisting that early. Indications from, polling stations around the country showed their party is on track to. Retain power foreign observers said the voting process was peaceful and by-in-large orderly whoever wins, a credible election will go a long way to restoring Zimbabwe's international reputation. I'm lacking foreign investment and debt relief for an impoverished country president Emmerson Mnangagwa said he. Was receiving, extremely positive information on the vote Chinese investigators say a state-owned pharmaceutical company which produce Used sub-standard infant vaccines did so by accident Celia Hatton has the details in a. Brief report China's, state Drug administration blamed faulty equipment used at the Wuhan institute of biological products in. Central China at unevenly distributed. Ingredients in more than four hundred thousand vaccines made last November which, were meant to protect, against a theory tetanus and whooping cough and another case involving. Sub-standard infant, vaccines eighteen people have been arrested at Chang-shang pharmaceutical and private company in eastern China they were accused of falsifying data to bypass. Regulatory scrutiny rescue is in Indonesia have airlifted the last of. More than five hundred stranded hikers of a mountain on the island of Lombok where. They'd been trapped by rockfalls triggered by an earthquake rescue team. Is now waiting with the body of an Indonesian climber who was killed. By a, falling rock world news from the BBC A court in Indonesia has ordered the banning of the country's largest Islamist group Jamaa unsure dollar to finding it guilty of carrying it acts of terrorism and being, linked to the Islamic state group last. Month the group's leader amount of Dirac man was sentenced to. Death for terrorism, Afghan officials say a roadside bomb has destroyed a passenger. Bus in the west, of the country killing at least eleven people and wounding forty others a spokesman for the governor of Farah province had the bus was travelling from harassed to Kabul. When it struck an improvised explosive device he blamed the attack on the Taliban earlier a suicide bomber killed candidate in October's parliamentary elections The former Congolese vice president and ex warlord Jean-Pierre Bemba. Has said he intends to stand for the presidency in elections do this December but will accept the result if, he loses, bender told the BBC that so long as the election was fair he would abide by the result rather than taking up arms as you did before if it is a transparent yes of course election transparent the result there we all respected this story of again. Is over for any fight is through the the voter now that's what. We want, to achieve Mr. Bemba plans to return to the DRC this week from Belgium after, a decade in jail following the quashing of his conviction for war crimes by the international criminal court the US court has ruled that the museum in California can keep to sixteenth century. Masterpieces by the German painter Lucas Curnow the, elder which were looted by the Nazis during the Second World War the life sized panels depicting. Adam and eve had been taken in a forced sale from Jewish art dealer who died shortly afterwards while fleeing, the Netherlands they eventually purchased by the Norton Simon museum in Pasadena BBC news In a village outside of Kolkata. In India there's a tiny concrete building where people go to. Get help well that I'm. A numb, I mean my name is the. Village Dr But here's. The thing Goten isn't a. Doctor at, all he has no medical qualifications He's what some people might call a quack Goten. Above your door it, says, doctor, you've. Got the title doctor. 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