25 Burst results for "Madan"

"madan" Discussed on Sex with Dr. Jess

Sex with Dr. Jess

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"madan" Discussed on Sex with Dr. Jess

"The womanizer toys and womanizer has licensed out their technology to the arc wave so the arc wave ion is the penis version of the womanizer. So the womanizer. Has this little kind of opening that sits around the head of the clitoris. So it's sort of this indirect stimulation and they've taken this technology with the arc wave ion and transferred to a stroking device for the penis. So it's this stroke over. That has also a little opening on the underside. And that opening is meant to target the french ulum of the penis. Which is the little connective tissue. That olds on the foreskin. Or if it's been removed they're still a little sensitive not trait there. And in that area you have something called pecinin receptors which are kind of similar to what the clitoris has generally like the clothes horses. Just so hyper sensitive. And it has to do with those specific receptors and so the freedom of the penis is believed to have a similar response to it. Is the stroke over with that. Extra pleasure. air. Along the underside to target the french elam in. It's a pretty From what i understand. Because i don't have a penis up unique sensation. A you've tried the wave ion on your pickle. It's so funny. Because you're talking to your you said to me. Could you give a quick description of what you think. And i'm like you're using pecinin receptors and this sort of technology and i'm like it tickled my my penis pickle pickle. You know what i mean and it did tickle like a lightsaber on my penis thinking well i was just thinking about what how it actually looks. It looks very futuristic. I mean there's somebody who hasn't used a lot of flashlights. What i can tell you is that i i. I didn't know exactly what it was doing. I had to read the instruction manual. No i'm just kidding but yeah the. The sensation was very different to anything that i had experienced before it was fun. Trying it in different ways to figure out. If i was using it properly and i enjoyed it it tickled madan all right. That's the word of the day okay. So tse dot ca they also carry the ark wave ion and that discount code applies across the board. Check it out. Dr just twenty five at tse dot ca slash intimately. You and if you're in canada be sure to tune into city tv midnight on fridays for intimately.

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"madan" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF

Six Degrees of WTF

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"madan" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF

"Were just like no. This can't happen anymore. So the group said goodbye to mica and moved on in the meantime bethany graduates magnet commod from southwestern university with a b a degree in english and a minor in spanish instead of moving on with her career though she instead moved to grandview missouri the head. It's the home of i hop. She moved up there. Following tyler madan so this two thousand nine and if you remember in two thousand nine we had the big recession and it really hit the midwest very very hard however i opted have this money that they invested in some land in missouri in grandview and it was one hundred twenty five and they were building just kinda compounds. Sounds like waco. They're just building this compound and tyler and bethany established their own chapter within this compound and it was kind of an internship for i hop so basically for five months. You would intern with them. And you were immersed in the bible and work programs you would study the bible eight. Am to four pm. You've ever break and then from six. Pm to midnight you would prey. That's pretty much all you did. There was a women's house in there is immense house. Okay so obviously bethany lived in. The women's tyler. Lived in the men's tyler was in heaven and having well and then tyler started referring to this this program as the community so these two houses that were part of it. This was the community. Bethany was still in love with tyler and finally tyler agreed to go on a day with her and became a couple. they would e- every intention to get married. The community thought it was strange though 'cause they never showed any sort of pda at all. Tyler told them that he wouldn't even kisser until they were engaged. And that came two and a half years later after them dating. Imagine dating someone and you didn't kiss for two and a half years relationship right. So in two thousand ten tyler was still a very big influence at the at the community. He was still continuing to encourage people to cut off ties with their families. And in fact he began insisting that his life purpose was to focus fulltime on the ministry and to begin preaching for a living but of course to do that he needed the other people in the group to support him financially. This is like colt one. Oh one on how you start and i. It's just a nice little group of friends hanging out and talking some harry potter next thing. You know you're living in the women's house so that's summer mica.

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"madan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"madan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Along with Christina Madan time Sam Shane, We head off to Joan Dogger. She's at the Bloomberg business Test for us this morning, Joan. Good morning, I understanding and talk a little bit about jobs. That's right. Sam, a new pandemic low for first time jobless claims, the Labor Department reports. The number of new claims filed last week fell to 310,000. That's a bigger than predicted drop the surge in covid infections, however, he's spreading something of a damper on the labor recovery, especially in the hospitality industry. And travel was affected to Delta, Southwest and United Airlines all say bookings in recent weeks have slowed. The airlines blame the spike in Delta variant covid cases in August for clipping their recoveries and sitting on travel demand in the second half of the year On Wall Street, Delta variant worries have been sitting on stock futures for the most part. S and P futures are down to NASDAQ Futures are up five. But Dow futures are down 13 and a Baird analyst doesn't like what he's seeing of game stops transformation into a tech company, he says. Makes it look like a smaller, more e commerce oriented version of best Buy. He's not alone. Investors didn't like what they heard from Gamestop. Either. Shares are falling premarket. I'm Joan Doniger with the Bloomberg Business Report on news 93.1 kfbk. All right, Thank you so much, Joan. Let's get outside now with Bob Simms. Finally, we're going to get a break in the weather today. And a bigger break tomorrow, And it seems like all next week with temperatures in the upper fifties overnight that will make a huge difference in the comfort level. And the fishing baths in several of our reservoirs are undergoing a little change as well. They're chasing chef schools of chef Barry s. So that started About three weeks ago. Same is true down at New Maloney's and Don Pedro. This is a spooning bite vertical spooning down 30 ft. 50 ft. Wherever you can see the fish on your locator, that can be a lot of fun. That's going to get better and better, as is the trout fishing in those same reservoirs. We'll keep you posted. Bob Simms kfbk and Here's Kitty O'Neil. Hi, Christina and Sam. Yeah, this afternoon. We're going to tell you about a celebration of life tonight from Mary Kate Tibbets, the Land Park woman who was murdered. Well, that's a story. Just what we said it yesterday. In the program. That story's just gets more and more attention. It is just shocked. It is September 9th. And it is time for us to do what you're what happened, Mr. Albert Parnell? Yes, The first year I'm starting off with is the year 1941..

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"madan" Discussed on Lush Life

Lush Life

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"madan" Discussed on Lush Life

"In india and blast the botanical coming out of there and be good incorporated that luxury in the bottle. So if you see the bar designers susan jessica men was you know of jimmy. Wanted to lodge legion. Justin all about about judy. Growing the blackhawks itself shows adopt visit night. Okay accede modin embroidery on the label. It shows the joining of the richness off. Adjustment coming into the console. It hit us decide on the design. The botanical coming from there the whole heritage about the city so royalty editor dish headed the knowledge of on could netted to the name and the logo. That's on the bottle. Yeah that's a fun. Fact that today mr you so so the stock is basically the state animal and it just it is a little bit flag and interesting. The outline the borden our plan between the four. It's actually the real golden for office so so. This is the design concept black in the branch doctors at night. The gordon represent the crowd the blackbox a presents the state animal. I'll climate the foot. So this is how the whole concept of design came into the uniform. It's gorgeous so you said it took a year to get the recipe. Were you just thrilled when you had the first sip. Was it everything you thought the asked. This is it. This incorporates all of indian to one. Jim do we do effect but i can say everyone too many the back foot back and forth and finally ben this. This blamed actually a claim. Everyone being must've entity be anybody in this study. It was still a thought process. That cannot discipline Botanical opening can do this. Finally this everyone was super happy about it and just wind averaging and walking when it was in the bottle and produced. How did you conceive it being drunk. Did you immediately think this. Just has to be with gin and tonic. Were you thinking. We can't wait to get this in the hand of bartenders or home bartenders. What were you thinking about. The after cross us so traditionally jin is a great mixture. that can usual number of That so doing taverns during spending in the research oxygen is that was that it can be dried in the way people like whichever you want to make it. They they want to do it. The most important thing would be. How about dana or albany. Anybody is replied to experiment an indigent. So if put ourselves in their shoes how would be experiencing it so be taught that if they have an idea like did associated. Jason made with india so the think about india. Detained that okay. India means spicy in yemen's maybe not colors menendez Throats nicotine so if that eager to register back in their mindset then they can do and like what they want to win whatever they want to make and let them do it because we can just. You'll him to mind you indian failures if strengthen back fat like for example. The new world whiskies infos only scottish out. Japanese street indian. Everybody's seeing this was a newer gin. So what we have to. We have to just enhance the fact that the country of origin for mid is being produced in try to associate one bill and accordingly. They will just have. India means despair and let them do whatever they like to do. In india traditionally. What is the preferred gin cocktail honest. What happens that people are majority branch. Streaker they not this but majority of them lebron's visiting most of them are risky. Triggers bought lately. do cavern indians. Mcgraw genocide happening yara the agency exporting exporting. Everybody started experimenting with by spirits Now it is jay which is become hugely popular in bashful ideas. So not only us. They are the five to six other indian graph just sprung up suddenly from last five years so people are game following the best indulgent. They know their risky risky. Knew the risks holidays by jin. Its new kid on the block but despoiling the vest as of now. Trust me in coming forward. Apart from gin and tonic and the which got having right now. It would be a lot of different scene agent in india and then be creating in. I would say end number of things. Not only that even i would say. The cuisine has incorporated ida member of went to auckland in new zealand. I hadn't indian desert in tuesday's was called glob. The actual name is galab john. It's a sweet mixed on bowl. It's browning Infused gin and it was fabulous. So people are not only experimenting. General drinks that experimenting Indian cuisine so that was amazing. So it's just a matter of of course you know. It's so ironic that the gin and tonic was invented in india. India was drinking except for the british. Like no we're going to have brown shirts until now but so if someone home bartender buys one of the bottles of your jen what are the things. Do you think that they should try first with. Are there any specific easy cocktails that you recommend to start off with a Honest with us quite exciting fun in these unprecedented time. Most of us have become in wauconda. And i would agree with this. I'm making beats to pay. Oh be good at it. Metro flag ticket right. So it gives you confidence to be honest with you and and again it gives you a cake. You can make a nice shaped like this and you present the guests of the some home bartenders. I would say keep it simple. If somebody visits contenders tori and then you can say this this is gmt. Butson indian gmt. It's not really ended water but to indian gin so other person. Just get a mesmerized with the talk of oats indigent and anu Orange peel as a garnish. It it's amazing. So so what would you consider the jazz lemaire perfect serve. I would say you know again. It's about india so this would be meeting. You can take jin a homemade video. Sit up on vitals Us concentrate of dodging or minded. And just bend over is copa glass. Garnishment dehydrate oranges or business. Pre would that sound straight and how about the perfect serve as their one. Gin and tonic is a special lemon peel or orange peelers lime. What do you suggest brings out the belt. I think it's it's twisted orange. Put that really nice income in on payment system Amazing because it ordering has got orange been insiders and.

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"madan" Discussed on Lush Life

Lush Life

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"madan" Discussed on Lush Life

"Body who comes from the family of four june visual key vent in search of the pedantic kaz mitchell since the idea was authentic which would not only native to india but we want to show guest and put the whole of india on the whole of india in one platform. So how drew. In upgrade the hold of when comes must've lender on the sheriff i would say so during the travels. Yes you said. Coriander which is one of common ingredient in japan but koran if you know that is used in day cooking off indian cuisine. The korean disease which are used as spices or be into coriander leaves useful garnishing cards so the whole idea was to in giving to the boom. So he's shortlisted on accordion for of spicing cooking any offers a sharp listed. Becky were ready word. Which was actually invented in. India during big agenda and the has a ruling property and the grass is used again for medication or the punishing. This was found a near the feed off of jason. They're they're being followed then. This was northern part of the because just jordan northwestern part of any travel to the central india beatty phone sweetest of orange which are grown. So be selective. Both orange pins but changed to give the The floral tones to our j. then shortlisted on cuba. Betty's from betting on sal out on that date huber betty's dislike feeling of Smokiness is missing and obviously people knew about india and liquidate in dodging. Td's so event all the dots doing like risky distant genius any spit Instinct and trust me with a long maritime tasting of dc finally shortlisted ju special. Handpick dodging t. He's backwards incorporated engines. Ministy ministy bockel. That finally shortlisted some women from domestic box. India as lemongrass genetic in medieval india. So i'll of the all Tanaka's disabled will dining Mother discovered actually from the four corners and the central part of india. Just like india has five seasons. I was not afford five seasons including screen being discovered these botanical from all the arts of india a battle that we took a licorice category and of course of goodful juniper of macedonia the whole concept was that attitude in the beginning to give india to the so we tried to retain the sword flavor rajagopal but as well as give. That's the refreshing voter of india and ends. This elaborate panic was made as just when you think. India is such a huge country with so many different cuisines with so many different spices that to be able to pin it down to just seven of the eleven within india is an incredible job really because there are so jews from that's off. How long did it started. In the beginning of seventeen. Two thousand seventeen and we end up to been doesn't eighteen so of cabinet and finalizing technicals. I knew right. They said there are many gyms. Ignored shows a hundred Tuck define bennigan's. He heated one the thing but at the end of the tate he said we need to retain the soil of juniper that is jane you got news that pain and all the pillow talk botanical because india's data richmond hubs in spices ranking say. So finally we shortlisted these helping the fall as mentioned coriander Governor on the field of just as men and it was a no brainer. That gesture is actually the golden city in the northwestern part of in the state of rochester and often as the joining india's is steeped in the history and in the home of the now wooden foot. It's an amazing for have chance to this in much. Displaced this amazing. It's a unesco. Lloyd site Only with time stone boards and it's just abyss enduring sunset. It's amazing and now i visited india wants and unfortunately although we did travel throughout rajastan. We didn't get a chance to go there. Which i'm so sad out now. I'm sure he found all these other botanical all over india. What was it about jessil. Mayor that i know you said the vetiver and the coriander came from there but was there anything else that you had to choose it as the name as well you basic reason was that as it was a no brainer because this is this is one of the most beautiful city.

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"madan" Discussed on Lush Life

Lush Life

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"madan" Discussed on Lush Life

"It's a big day for jin lovers this weekend. It's world jin day on june twelve. And how am. I celebrating with a completely indian. Gin and tonic on susan schwartz. You're drinking companion and this is lush life podcast. every week. We're inspired to live life. One cocktail at a time even though the gmt originated in india until just recently there had never been a truly indian gin. Now that has all changed. Jess omar indian craft. Gin is a tour of india in one sip and my tour guide today is canal madan. Adp of international business for chessel mayor gen. He's actually the first guest on my knew how to drink season to talk gin and just in time for the big day so sit back and listen to how they manage to fit all of india into one bottle while i am thrilled to have you here. It's so exciting. The first person to talk about jim in my knew how to drink season them. Why don't you tell me a little bit about yourself. First and then let's get into jessil mayor. Jim excited to joining us. Susan thanks for having me and agree to know that the first person to talk about gene new show. That indian the first indian. That's good so just a brief by the. Don't mind to be honest with you i. I'm actually an electronics. Engineer by qualification. Totted mike Overseeing electronics industry up above with energy metrics selling refrigerators in italy. Tv's on my accident and ended up in the drinks industry and now a middle dixie industrial from generating magnum and generating company and selling alcoholic. Having voted on the wood and meetings all sorts of people would say wasn't occupational hazard but route one. I happy of the accident. So this is all about as dime. I joined radical kith on h. is back is. I've been a by joining for me nor tony. We have created a single malt graph jin low trough of the brand's the main thing is that however enjoy the happiness and the liveliness genucell alcohol robin twenty products. It's all business is more newman. I'm sure i'm sure there's no equivalent to a bar. Tender you know in the engineering field. I don't think i don't know that but no unday. John's love to be behind the bar. Because i'm lousy whom button. But i would love to be one if need be if this is john engineer slash bartender so tell me a bit about the gin and how it began. Suggestion is one of the first would be attended indian. Rathjen made by aramco distillery. This is one of the first fully on indian alcoholic beverage company and because technically the the apple fully own industry and one of the oldest established in nineteen forty three when there was hardly any disturbance in the produce goes through thirteen million liter of alcohol every month because they have a small publishing mundial one point four billion people. So yes and not. Only for indian medium cases of those are blended whiskies around or kind of a stage. So if doc about specifically about just So north story nor of history and everybody would not it about the to start. Could we need to travel back in time by the tonic. Water is calling. Indian tony right. Where was the first iconic tint. Gmt was discovered. So what's the point of these questions and the answer would come you research. It would be india. Of course of course ask the question so at the history Need which comes from a trickle cyncial artery in congo buffeting known as feeble tree. The twenty primary ingredient is twenty. Mitch plays an important role in the history of malaysia treatment in in eighteen. Twenty s men. The benefits of canoe came to the officers in the british indian army was stationed in india. Their fighting malaria. As one of the diseases clean was admitted. So it is still bitter have directly so the mixed salt soda sugar and water and that gave rise to tonic water so it was more palatable. Bend the gin game cross from bitten to india. The mix the Nick and we have while gin and tonic. Incredible that there was never even back then in indian gin never ever never never ever. So that was a point. And this is a classical history are a paradox. I would say now. Indy launched arsenal traveling around the after travel. Close to seventy nine countries accountable. I'm sorry about that by the by. I have definitely had the skate. And it's delicious on love to shit so another gym so he also doing the cowboys. New are actually traveling around the boom and promote the arson salim Jackson across many costing coming up many innovative developed by the buttons many gene mars hopping on we saw that old people old Gin cocktail gt's but all kind of gin with indian Fire poor indian summer or roge all of them are getting so and is not given single jimmy middle and then we decided to lawn jesse mirror the first indian authentic crouching option to explain so this is the story behind. Just what year is that the summer you would think it so late you know and so when you say indian craft jen how would you even start to make it other than the juniper coriander seed or you know the usual things. How did you approach finding that perfect recipe so again people have been big storyteller. Whatever questions ross Identify tons of stories. Give on sipping on jason. The and he would love great now working but the second. So this is what happened in front of betty first day of conception of idea on making this indian in juicy i started on clean state be dick. Have anything on a mind. We just wanted.

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"madan" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"madan" Discussed on Defocus Media

"It's not it's it's really good young then you find opportunities at somebody else wouldn't find right through the traditional channels so really cool really cool so You know the other you practice in private practice as well as a busy practice. We can touch on that a little bit. But since we're already talking about dr. wade's clinic in you. Having kind of set This relationship up and trying to be at the forefront of things. You are doing a lot of dry eye treatment. That's kind of your specialty and within that you're doing something that is very much cutting which is The prp so we'll work our way down this first of all. How did you decide. That dry was kinda your passion and then You know how did you work on building that within. dr. Wade's existing practice. Yeah no it's always been a thing. That i i enjoy treating rights so dry eyes and i really believe that dry used in optima optometry disease. It's something that we can manage fully you know I think that it is something that optometrist's can really take control of at and at their thing So it's something. I've always really enjoyed in the last five six years. I think As a practice shaping Dry area really started to grow. And so i think to read with seeing the benefits of me seeing those patients and then of course from the patient's perspective as well you know things were really changing and so that's kind of where we decided we. Maybe this is. This is something we need to look into it and make it a formal program And so i decided to do a lot of staff training at the clinic just to kinda change the mindset because as you know in canada's especially nbc in ophthalmology practice wherein socialized medicine right. There isn't a fee for service there isn't hey you know you've got to pay for us something like this and there's nothing wrong with paying for things it. It's a mindset right. It's just not something that the patients are expecting not with the stock is expecting a not something even be ophthalmologists are sometimes comfortable talking about right because that's just not part of the education so so there was a lot of indication that went along with that You know. I remember a simple challenges. Were things like. Sometimes i hear one of the ophthalmologist. A yeah you could just do. Let's switch up baby shampoo. Great and i really have to knock on the door and be like you know like barging into the examiner no thoughts. Yeah i see we really come to a point. You know that. I think the whole clinic sees the benefits of a above will kind of a dry program where patients are benefiting and That the the apple it. So it's it's been wonderful that's awesome. That's awesome so. Tell us the thing that you've posted about a lot on social media attention and has gotten a lot of like key people's attention you know for example. I don't know if you heard the episode or not but I had dr richard maharaj recently and so he's obviously he's the dry jeddah red. So he's he's he's that's his speciality. That's what he focuses on dale. And even he. And i were chatting on that podcast about the up and coming cool. Things are happening and they're happening in canada and your name of course came up. You know your use of peoria so tell us please For the uninitiated in this topic What is prp. How do you make it. And how has it been beneficial absolutely so. Prp platelet rich plasma. So it's basically in very simple words. It's just your concentrated platelets that are within our blood rights or blood has many components and we just concentrate or platelets. And it's called platelet rich plasma until the reason we concentrate the platelets. That platelets are powerhouses for healing. Okay so a lot of studies show that they carry also granules and many other bioavailable molecules within our platelets in fact sixteen hundred i o rollable. Molecules are within our platelets that Come to a site of injury and and rescue it. Uh so basically bay You know Are involved in wound healing to a healing the tissue very quickly. They're involved in reducing the osmond clarity. Which as you know in dry eye disease are is me is very high right shoulder to correct the osmo larry. They provide anti inflammatory cytokines to help. Heal the tissue in the in the area they also provide anti analgesic effects or reduce pain on there. Some evidence that there is nerve regeneration that happens with her own platelets so it's been really fascinating where he was platelet. Rich plasma right on the thought came actually from my husband. He's a periodontics and Dentists work with platelets right in so. Many areas of medicine work with platelets There is so much evidence in Orthopedic care right and in dermatology on in Here restoration where platelets are injected through the sight of injury to help increase healing in that area. And so that's kind of where the idea came and And so we've kind of brought that into our clinic a couple of years ago and we've used on so many patients i mean. I think there's also a need for patient wanting to use more natural options right Pr key contains nothing else. But you're what in your own platelets. So there is no drugs in it. There's no preservatives. there's no attitude senate You know we're all very conscious of what we're putting inside our bodies now right whether it's the food that we eat or whether it's a medication that we take we wanna try avoiding and try doing his name natural things as possible so i think you know. I think that it really means that top part of the practice in also we've just seen such a nominal results with With with platelet rich plasma patients use it four times a day. We do do the blood draw in the clinic. And then we sent a few blood and concentrate the platelets and then put them in bottles for them to use his address. Yeah that's while they to me mind blowing like that. You've you've developed this whole protocol within your own within the office yourself. So who does the process of the centrifuge. Bottling in that type of thing. I've got a i've got a medical technologist bow on does not ti and so we did a bunch of research. A couple of years ago looked at studies looked at the optimal platelet. Concentration looked at different blood. Draws and hunters. You know platelets are in people's blood and and then you're kind of working with you need a certain volume when you need to have drops it at have got to last..

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Creating Your Own Path With Dr. Mahnia Madan

Defocus Media

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Creating Your Own Path With Dr. Mahnia Madan

"Many professional women our moms or want to have families you yourself or mother of three and i'd like to ask you just sort of open ended here. How have you found the balance. And how did you approach this. Starting family being a professional. You know that's a really great question. And i'm glad we're touching on it. I feel like my thirties. Were a blur right with With the china have three kids so we moved back from the united states after being in school and working and and setting up practices here helping. Perhaps my husband set up his practice and building a home. So there's a there's a there's a lot going on With having children and i think that As women we may even have our own internal battles going on. I went to school. i got student loans. I want to be working. But here. I am nursing and here. I am raising babies and you know what i really found now that i am in my forties. We don't want to admit that but we don't look at that. I think that our it's okay to do that. I mean it's okay to step away from From from your career and take some time to raise your kids a heard a quote from one time and she said you can have everything but just not all at the same time you know so and you wanna try to have things that you can't necessarily be can't come back if you can't go back to her children's childhood but i feel fortunate that i mean a profession like optometry where i can take a pause and then come back to it and it's still going to be here in. It's still going to support me. And i'm still going to support it so i feel like even though in the last five years. Perhaps i took a break in wasn't too active. As my kids were so young op eight. I've missed a beat. Whereas i felt like that when i was taking a break i would sometimes be myself over. Like hey i just started this job or you know y y you know. I don't wanna be taking time off. And i wanna be advancing in my career But i think that yeah you can have it all just You know perhaps they sit up. And

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"madan" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"madan" Discussed on Defocus Media

"Hello and welcome back to another episode of the two thousand twenty podcasts. I am your host. Dr harvey or siam. Thank you again for taking the time to join me here to learn and to grow before we get started. Don't forget make sure you hit subscribe. Hit like lieber reviewed all of those amazing things that helps support the podcast and as always have a wonderful guest on super excited to introduce to you. Her name is dr manja madan. She is the vice president for the bc doctors of optometry which is our provincial. Optometry association here in british columbia. She is a fellow of the american academy of optometry. She has lectured and continues to lecture. All across north america. Phone is not unsightly. A sorry about that okay. That's okay The last thing i was gonna say she also practices. od md practice And in a busy private practice here in the vancouver area doctor madan. Thank you so much for joining me on the podcast chorus. 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I didn't mention it for some reason in this little boy just did the subtitle of the title and subtitle. Is you know entrepreneurship business. Life you know. Kind of combining all these different things not just speaking about optometry specifically. But it's great that you kind of had this This very word rounded sort of personality and profession and everything. I think you have so many different things that you can contribute here. The first thing. I wanna talk about actually. Is your position with the bbc. Doctors of optometry. Congratulations on your re election as vice president. Can you tell us. I think it's so important to share your the journey through this within the organization and what it means to profession to be involved so if you could tell us a little bit about how long you've been involved in that process has been like absolutely. Yes i've been involved with. Dr thomas for the last three years first as a board member and then got elected to be vice president. I mean it's such a neat position to be an right to obey it. Opens up your eyes to the needs of the optometrist across the province. So i've had the opportunity to not even not meet. People just nbc. The various doctors and people on the board but also across canada. So it's been really fascinating to see how optometrist practice throughout canada. You know what are their challenges in the regions that they are in and what kind of things they're facing versus what we're facing here in so kind of bringing all of that knowledge together and collaborating and always wanting to move the profession forward always advocating. And there's just so much behind the scene work crate. That goes up in these organizations. And i think that until you are in that organization and seeing it you you don't even realize how much how many wheels returning to make sure that we can practice the way we want to practice here. Yeah i think that's actually such a great point to make. Is you know. Often we trying to get busy in our day to day lives in practicing the way we practice and we forget that the profession didn't just show up out of nowhere and it doesn't just stay here or grow by itself. It's growing because of the efforts of a lot of people in the advocacy and things like that that come through our our professional organizations like the. Do at right we find a professionals in and we wanna leave it better. We wanna leave it better for our children absolutely u-turn so that's what people did in the past for us and so i think it's really important to be involved and instead of completing you know what let's me i. I'd like to be a little bit like blunt about this. All right look first of all we have to always remember. We stand on the shoulders of the people who come before us rate in the foundation that they've built russell. Be grateful of that and aware of that. So you're not just like no. I did this for myself. We'll where we are today because of the people came before so that's number one but number two if you're going to complain about something there's also the opportunity to do something about it. And so i. I wanna just kinda say that is because there are a lot of times patients. Excuse me patients people. There's patients do who complained people in all sorts of different professions. Who will just complain about the fact that the profession is not meeting their needs or ones but if that is the case you know it's it's worthwhile stepping out there and doing what you've done in being in these leadership positions to make the change that you'd like to see accurate and we've got a really great board this year as well in some really excited know. It's going to be positive. Things are going to be moving in a good direction. Yeah absolutely really excited about the board. That's just been elected if we if you don't mind let's give each of them a quick shout doctorship sharma dr li li luliang and only dr peter. Peter purpose right. That's right it's not the new at electees. We've got our president. Dr aaron bligh of course doctor blythe dr john lab is on there. Yeah and then. Dr britney rolette who's in the interior Also a young mom putting your time in contributing such wonderful you know what since you mentioned that. That was going to be a question later on but i want to jump into that right now. Mentioned the mom thing right so many many practicing optometrists many professional women our moms or want to have families you yourself or mother of three and i'd like to ask you just sort of open ended here. How have you found the balance. And how did you approach this. Starting family being a professional. You know that's a really great question. And i'm glad we're touching on it. I feel like my thirties. Were a blur right with With the china have three kids so we moved back from the united states after being in school and working and and setting up practices here helping. Perhaps my husband set up his practice and building a home. So there's a there's a there's a lot going on With having children and i think that As women we may even have our own internal battles going on. I went to school. i got student loans. I want to be working. But here. I am nursing and here. I am raising babies and you know what i really found now that i am in my forties. We don't want to admit that but we don't look at that. I think that our it's okay to do that. I mean it's okay to step away from From from your career and take some time to raise your kids a heard a quote from one time and she said you can have everything but just not all at the same time you know so and you wanna try to have things that you can't necessarily be can't come back if you can't go back to her children's childhood but i feel fortunate that i mean a profession like optometry where i can take a pause and then come back to it and it's still going to be here in. It's still going to support me. And i'm still going to support it so i feel like even though in the last five years. Perhaps i took a break in wasn't too active. As my kids were so young op eight. I've missed a beat. Whereas i felt like that when i was taking a break i would sometimes be myself.

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New Rule in Cycling Forbids the Tossing of Water Bottles

WBZ Afternoon News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

New Rule in Cycling Forbids the Tossing of Water Bottles

"The pond. There's a new rule for the Tour de France involving You could call it later. So to speak. This has become pretty controversial. ABC is in Esta Loca. Terra is in Paris. She tells us why 48,300 water bottles were used and tossed during last year's toward Frantz, Catching a writer so called Madan, or Water bottle had become a kind of tradition among cycling fans like catching a ball at a baseball game. But in an effort to promote writer safety and protect the environment, the International Cycling Union has now banned cyclists from tossing trash, including their bottles in Non designated areas. Two riders were recently disqualified from the tour of Flanders for

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"madan" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"madan" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

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"madan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"madan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sacramento KFBK of Shambala Klein's Sacramento's number one for breaking news, Local news, traffic and Weather News 93.1 King of BK eight o'clock hit into the last hour. The program a lot to get to thanks for joining us. I'm Sam Shane. I'm Christina Madan said. Do you want to get the vaccine? The startling number of people who say no, thank you in a new U. C. Davis survey he is known as the Wolf of Wall Street. He made millions manipulating stock prices on Wall Street. Why he says he likes how the little guy Is sticking it to the Wall Street investors that's coming up in 15 minutes and the U. S senator who had to explain the difference between inexcusable behavior and unconstitutional behavior. That's to a Sunday morning talk show host. It is our featured audio clip in less than five minutes. First, Let's get outside and see what's going on the road a ways and Brian Nobles has more on that things are moving pretty well on the roads around Sacramento did have an earlier accident reported that North found 65 at sunset. Now they're saying they found may have found the sacks in the vehicle off the roadway Ferrari Ranch Road Little bit off of highway 65 vehicle off the roadway into a field right now, they don't even know if it's occupied otherwise, freeways moving well, all the way around a little mild, slowing sound down 65 from blew up Surprising Grove Boulevard. Next about it If you spotted something on the road in front of you and want to pass it along, called the KFBK Traffic Tip Line, dial pound 2 50 say traffic traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk more clouds and sun today with a high of 62. To 66 cloudy tonight. Let's rain at times and a low of 50 to 54.

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"madan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"madan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Jacket lined of York strength and the Seth Jones to center ice. Sends it into the right corner. Hawk's own Cal Madan, battling there with New York Strand of New York Strand takes the puck on the Han all over and they're York Strand will spin it behind the Hawk net. David campus hit by Texi a loose puck taken by Folino behind the net. Lines it around. Savard, right point down to fully no cleaning out the right point will spin it down to the corner. Brandon Hagel got hold of it for the Hawks winds the puck behind the net over to Connor Murphy in the far corner. Will in turn, flip it back behind the net to the Han and pass up the left wing hits Hagel stick but ticking away by fully know at the end of his shift, he dumps it into the right corner Hawk zone. Murphy there to the Han and Hills. Grateful they head down into the blue Jackets own dean cooking back to get it. This, the Hawks will make another line change. Here's an outlet pass now from Dell's Otto, but the flex off of a stick and goes down behind the Hawk nets. Your door off falls down, but one hands the puck around the right side. The cur shed the Kubelik over the center ice circle. Soderbergh coming by and over the jacket line left wing Senate across it in the right circle, and Kubelik with a nice plate took it away from Ross Slavic. We'll eat now down to the left wing corner flips it back behind the net ends up in the right wing corner. Soderbergh battling with Ross look lost the handle on the puck jackets will get it back and give it back. There's a scoop pass by J'adore Off ahead. Kuba Leak in over the jacket line along the left boards to Nikita J'adore off now left corner. Sharp angle shot is blocked, and some of the left point Kubelik fires that's a skipping shot that goes wide. Ian Mitchell from the right wing boards chips it down in beside the jacket. Net. Jackets team Kuchen Wolf, keep it away, moving along the left boards. Boone General flip it behind the jacket Net and Michael Dell's Otto will carry it out. Calzado Coop in left wing of the jacket, Blue line. Snap the fuckin down behind the hawk met Lincoln and out to play it to the near corner jackets. Get it back. Riley Nash, Behind the Net, Put it to the left point. Baranski tries to sling it right point picked up by Patrick Kane ring quite passed a suitor here's suitor into the jacket zone down the right wing, stopping along the right wing boards. With the puck behind the net along the shelf, then to the left wing corner boards, the THC and Mark there, Patrick Kane, right corner charges. None of the right circle and fires pad save is made by Corpus sallow Cain got it back right circle. Carlson top of the left circle, He shoots and Mikko Koivu hit one need to block that one up into the protective netting. One. Nothing in favor of the blue jackets. Now, with 4 53 left in the first period will be back after this break on 7 20 WGN from regular.

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"madan" Discussed on Salt City Gamescast:  A Video Game Podcast

Salt City Gamescast: A Video Game Podcast

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"madan" Discussed on Salt City Gamescast: A Video Game Podcast

"You know that's not necessarily the case. It's a choose your own adventure. And i was in control of some other people but what was funny as we all started out with the goal of like trying to get as many people as possible in regress to like. I'm gonna throw your characters the fuck away. I am kidding. My character through to the next sort of statement and it was it was fun as fuck it was a great time and would highly recommend and it's something that's out of my general sort of gaming decisions in game place Definitely wanna play more of these sort of graphic novel. Choose your own adventure games really would not developer has more games. They've released since it's called like man of madan. I have no idea if it's the same quality if it's compelling but it's out i i don't know i think they're trying to make like side stories like a whole series out of the whole thing i don't know why just do until onto but who knows but that's awesome. Yeah it was.

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U.S. And India Sign Military Agreement During Pompeo, Esper Trip

Morning Edition

01:48 min | 2 years ago

U.S. And India Sign Military Agreement During Pompeo, Esper Trip

"The 20 Indian troops killed in a fight with Chinese soldiers this summer on the two countries Himalayan border. And he used his visit to rail against the Chinese Communist Party, or CCP. The CCP is no friend to democracy, the rule of law. Tom Hair, Esper signed a pact with India to share sensitive satellites often used to steer muscles and drones. Big things are happening. As our democracy is aligned to better protect the citizens of our two countries and indeed of the free world. The US has long seen India as a bulwark against China, and the Trump Administration has pushed India to buy more US weapons. But there was an awkward moment when India's defense secretary was asked whether he's willing to stop buying Russian weapons. That depends on negotiations. Demure Tanvi Madan at the Brookings Institution, says it's significant that India hosted Pompeo an Esper Well, tensions are so high with China after that border crisis this summer. At another time, India might have declined to do AH, high profile visit like this with American officials, George a time of crisis in case China was provoked further at a press conference. Indian officials did not mention China by name. Pompeo head's next to Sri Lanka, the Maldives and Indonesia, where the main topic once again will be China. Lauren Frayer NPR news This

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"madan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"madan" Discussed on KCRW

"Theory, No Loman scenario is sound boy. Bury your drone Be the classic material every night my mind out of step with your types for your fights, right? Like Richard, Invisible Man picture below, with the political political float on the water with the Mystics, Kimmitt a golden Supreme wisdom in my system is to kick in the dope. I don't really know this is a ritual for those depicted his past life like a beggar before reincarnation of itself a nation of million. Some of those back for me Love is like a cold sack around the world in a day for every state. From the weather. Wait. There's got to be a better way People die. Never wonder what would have to say. Devil's need to get away from seven lates escalate from Evergreen Everglades Near where the rebels great seeing 50 great, but we need better save like the whole styling. Rachel bring escapade I more like when the Sun Moon stars War is on display here. I'll be burning spoon and tell it that I got burned and tell him that I got Arrived on the planet Never took the South sound for granted. Smoke a little deeper understanding. Someone just got a flat band with son other cities. You know what I stand with? You said I was a hero, but a sandwich and everyone that I see my rats. My bio feedback for what we need Rapid tomorrow. Let's let me run it back. Come with that new black members from every wrapped medical condition Critical lack lyrical. We need blacks. It's happened to you like saving, but I'm sort of corduroy boy came the daughter to a name on the door like an Egyptian or no mission. Listen to conditions and visit a vision of what we will become Mrs. Depressing the prism of your mom. The wisdom of one of the wonders of front of shifty Madan would've never robs style bombing Kayla in the suite with Travelodge dressed up when the pressure Alabama sakes or insists, rising from the town. Double pressure got life for the form of Joy Mart. Succour. I gotta do more like scared who got in the door. I got a hit for safe place Award for Mohammed, The prophet, my man. What You planned your mistake. I'll be burning burning, telling that I got burned. Tell him that I got America. The brutal Azem take enough pain on us. But who knows? What? Because last weekend, right magic with the wing of an ass when I dance sparks flying guy kind of beautiful words. Life is a.

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"madan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"madan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The tube. And if you decide well, I find this melody unexciting. Just wait because there are many, many different ways that this story can be told. The one that you're hearing in. The background is from corps. Loy McWhorter, a folk singer, who, with her husband, Bruce Green, put it put out an album called Come Near My Love With these very Raw, simple, homespun recordings and was brought to my attention by the folk singer Sam A. Madan, who you will not be surprised to learn, has done his own version of Lady Margaret. Except he calls her Maggie and we're going to start with his version of of this folk tale. We'll follow that with Little Margaret, which is ah, very common name for this song. In a version by Ri An. And Giddens, who recorded this way back when she was with the Carolina chocolate drops and then re recorded it with the multi instrumentalist Francesco Teresi on their collaborative record called There is no other And it's a beautiful version. And they will wrap up this set with a version of Little Margaret by the knitters. The knitters is Theokoles Stick Avatar, if you will. Of the late punk band X Now, even when they were kind of founding the punk scene in the very early eighties, they were interested in an inspired by old folk songs and country music and things like that, So the knitters is there. Kind of acoustic incarnation on will hear their version of Little Margaret Vocals by John Doe and Maxine Cervenka. Let's begin, though, with Sama Madan and his version of Little Margaret, or, as he calls it. Maggie..

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"madan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"madan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sam Shane, I'm Christina Madan. So this is the KFBK Morning news. Let's get enough data on money in business now from Kelly Brothers from Genevieve's, Burford and Brothers. Good Morning, Kelly. Good morning, GM unveiling the Hummer Evey as the world's first super truck beginning in 2021. Ah, it's it's not your typical GM. I mean, the starting price is $112,000. So that's where they beginning to go up from there, but they are looking too. Take on Tesla and all the other evey makers out there. But there that will be ready for delivery in 2021, which is coming up faster than any of us want to admit. Market Overall, today was higher Now it's turned a little lower. Still no action on stimulus. Still a lot of talk, but nothing getting done At some point. The market will just really start to price in no stimulus passed before the election, but Not quite there yet, but getting much closer. I would say that we were the Netflix their earnings. Will their subscriber growth slowed greatly, but that was kind of expected. I mean, when the pandemic started, they had 10 million subscribers in three months. Then another 10 million in the following three months and over the last three months of only that, added ll over two million. So Mark. It's still trying to figure out okay. How much growth is there in a stock like Netflix Lets check the real time Numbers this morning, Down down 87 28, 2 21, NASDAQ Down 35, the S and P, down eight points. Hold up 11 at 1926 announced Oils down 3.5%, but still above 40 bucks a barrel 10 year bond deal point Aito. Okay, Kelly, Thanks so much. We've got some interesting audio clips. We want to roll out for you. Ah, end up this half hour. So you know, they do the these flyovers of state? Yeah. Yeah, They're beautiful. Aren't they? Cool? They're cool. Well, they did wanted an empty stadium. And Joe Back in Troy Aikman were caught on an open microphone during a break talking about the massive amount of money that's spent during these military flyovers at these empty football stadiums. We've got the clip. It's pretty short, but here it is. A lot of Jeff.

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With Glaciers Melting And Temps Soaring, Pakistan Pursues Big Action On Climate Change

Environment: NPR

03:53 min | 2 years ago

With Glaciers Melting And Temps Soaring, Pakistan Pursues Big Action On Climate Change

"Pakistan has been experiencing extreme weather events for years and the government's consensus is that climate change is to blame as NPR's had deed reports. It's responded with an ambitious program I'm here in a park in the northern Pakistani city of Madan beside me is labor a taker and she scrapes this grab ground with a small trial. She's to plant dozens of pine saplings with the health of a few friends. But. What she really needs is a shovel. She'll bring the showers. Labor might be a teenage rookie, but she's clear on why she's doing this. It's our duty as a citizen to implement that can make planet a better place to live in labor. Got Her baby pines for free through government project called Plant for Pakistan the goal is to plant ten billion trees ten, billion within four years to combat deforestation. This is the prime minister Iran con speaking about the project at the World Economic Forum diverse Switzerland in January. Why is it important? For us to grow trees. For two reasons by thunderbird global warming. In our cities. Aleutian has become a silent killer. The massive tree planting program is just one part of Pakistan's broader environmental ambitions. This summa cum government announced a new electric vehicle policy and said it would get two thirds of its power from renewables within the decade from solar wind and hydro. Pakistan is not a high amidror of hate trapping greenhouse gases. But as the prime minister said, it's feeling the effects of global warming to the north. is a melting faster than ever before in its southern cities residents live through searing heat waves. This is a nutshell as the unfairness, the inequitability of climate change magnified in a place like history. That's Rachel cletus climate expert at the US based Union of concerned scientists she praises Pakistan's efforts but Pakistani environmentalists say the government's ambitious plans a hobbled by corruption the tree. Planting Initiative for instance exists alongside illegal logging the would sold to the construction and furniture industries. It's so widespread that residents coal, the loggers, the timber Mafia. Besides corruption activists, office alarm says Pakistan's ruling party is under the sway of powerful business interests back is what makes it so frustrating do even support units offer very good things that they do the government for example, has reduced taxes on electric motorbikes, rickshaws, trucks, and buses, but not cause and critics say powerful gas vehicle lobby carved out the loophole. And then there's coal. While, Pakistan aims to have two thirds of its power from renewables within a decade. The remaining third will come from coal powered plans. Back in that park and Martin a young student. Muhammed facility helps lay tika plant baby pines and he's already worried they won't survive the timber Mafia. Album. Labor Tika won't be discouraged. A climate activism is unusual for goal in this conservative town. When many women wear burqas, she says, her mother encourages her she says that we an example to the goals, and if you set a very good example than other people also permit there sisters and daughters to go out and do such prestigious works as Labor works. A little goal runs up and grabs a baby sapling she wants to plant it herself. But outside the park, an open jeep filled with logs trundles down the highway. Delayed NPR news.

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Understanding the border dispute between India and China

Between The Lines

05:48 min | 2 years ago

Understanding the border dispute between India and China

"Together China in India account for more than one third of the entire population of the world, and if you believe the predictions of Keisha Mahbubani, remember him. He's been a skit on this program. He's the distinguished Singaporean intellectual. He says the future is Asian, and it's China's and India's to shame. But as my next guest points out. There, a deep historical tensions between these two budding global superpowers, which might make that impossible. China and India share land border in the Himalayas which has been in dispute since nineteen, sixty two, and it's been a pretty quiet style for decades, however, since May tensions have been rising nuclear powers facing off in a remote corner of the Himalayas, the disputed Kashmir region. This is the first the classroom this border in forty five years Indian government confirmed twenty of its soldiers were killed in the clash. China seems to now be making new claims to territory now. Will this be the event that pushes India away from Chana. Chana for good, and what does it mean for the rest of the World Tom V. Madan is a senior fellow in the foreign policy program at the Brookings Institution. In Washington. She's the author of a new book called Fateful Triangle. How China shut US India relations during the cold. War She's got an article in this month's foreign. Affairs magazine on how China is losing India Tovey. Welcome to between the lines. Thank you for having me Tom now. The border dispute between China and India has probably been the most tasteful. Conflict in the world. No one died and forty five years. What sit this conflict of? It was set off because of some early moves in early May that. had. Brought forward troops and equipped military equipment at different points on the China. India boundary the line of actual control. In the western sector particularly of their border, which is eastern Hlavac and at multiple points, what we saw was attempts to change the status quo whether it was to establish a permanent presence in built in areas, but both sides claim. Or attempts to stop a Indian patrols from moving in those areas which they have traditionally done. That's set the context. It's been going on since at least early May. What we actually saw what was happening to June, sixth meeting between senior military commanders was that they had agreed to a process of de-escalation and disengagement but something went very wrong in the course of this de-escalation. And this is where the incident took place. Now this particular incident has just been a larger in scale and an this whole stat of larger scale, but also regrets aggressiveness and the ones we've seen before, and there are reports that both countries are deploying some serious weapons to the bases close to the border. Is this just posturing, or is there a serious risk of Esscalation I? Think these kind of situation. There's always a risk of escalation. We've seen at least three. faceoffs three major face before this one between the Chinese and Indian military's in two, thousand, thirteen, two, thousand, fourteen in two thousand seventeen This one is could have larger in scale. We've seen as we did. On June fifteenth that even though they have traditionally had a whole series of agreements, standard operating procedures protocols in place between the two countries to avoid the kind of Esscalation we saw injured fifteenth. They clearly are not sufficient anymore, so let's put this in a broader historical context. China and India and went to war in nineteen, sixty two over the border. Now this of course was at the heart of the Cold War. Taibbi take us back to the geopolitical context of the time what was going on? By the time, the nineteen sixty sixty-two war broke out between China and India. You've seen a few years from about nineteen fifty seven about five years already of rising China Idiot tensions you've seen. The Indians relies that The Chinese did not consider. The boundary settled that they were building. A roads through territory India sought was India's. You saw scuffles skirmishes at between. The. Two sides patrols at various points on the boundary. You also saw the escape of the Lama. At a number of Tibetan. Refugees remain to stay in India in one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine, which the Chinese soil with deep suspicion and suspected that the US and you had worked together to engineer about escape. And, so you seem kind of rising tensions between China and India and at the same time you see you saw. 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"madan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"madan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Clinic encourages you to make an appointment the card offers contact universal men's clinic at nine one six two seven seven eighty five ninety nine or visit you don't Russell men's clinic dot com and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK Good Friday morning to you on my leisure for Infor Christina Madan says I'm Sam Shane at six thirty years what's trending right now bleeding red ink new numbers show staggering losses for California hospitals during the lockdown lynching in America why are lawmakers debating this issue and what are they saying curfew in a local city why they'll be bringing back this weekend those stories and more straight ahead let's get out to the road to check in with Brian on others are looking pretty good with one issue this report is run by discover getting around Sacramento is good north to the south of us northbound highway ninety nine on the yellow river the bridge crossing the consume this river got an accident a flatbed truck and another vehicle involved right now C. H. B. indicates they're doing all hard closure that means north down ninety nine is shut down in that spot say they're taking traffic off at Arnaud rode the back of the goes all the way to Twin Cities wrote all of that is going on northbound ninety nine on the bridge over the consume this river want to go but you can get on at great length away the Sacramento however get free credit score card today even if you're not a discover customer it includes your bike credit score and checking your score card won't hurt your credit learn more at discover dot com slash credit scorecard limitations apply traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Brian noble's news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. a whole lot cooler today after several days of being at or above one hundred degrees were gonna drop into the eighties today for daytime highs plenty of sunshine and strong breeze coming in.

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The Day They Closed Our Masjid  Ustadh Fahad Ansari

The Friday Circle Podcast

07:20 min | 2 years ago

The Day They Closed Our Masjid Ustadh Fahad Ansari

"Yesterday for the past six. The current virus rid nineteen and how sets US particularly with the closure from side to nothing did I can remember. Or markets can remember have had has been so impact from on the entire world as this pandemic if you think about it the previous issues of war terrorism other panicky Bola. They had an impact the shook the world they stopped. The word people have to do this differently. Nothing to schedule seeing at the moment is unprecedented that the entire world had to stop so functioning as it's used to functioning and it doesn't matter which party were you. How wealthier country poor countries is not a word of companies a secular country or the Muslim country or the Hindu cut. It doesn't matter it's affecting everybody. Schooling close pubs bars restaurants cafes cinemas theatres everything shut down sporting events primarily the NBA International to completely shut. Down or is international. Problem is installed. It's absolutely chilling to see what's happening is like a complete lockdown and obviously what affects us of believe with more than anything else you take that which is beloved to us away from below the thing to us a daily basis that we have in our minds as believers is also is a prayer at the place to do that is massage now if the controversial decision and the Austin some who assisting the stay open to discuss supposed writer room. I just want to focus on effective getting involved in the whether it's Roger all my opinion is has no consequence isn't bearing I nobody. I cannot influence the most staying open or being closed in this way. Never to the reality is we have to so. Let's think about this aren't delay. Says not even a leaf light tiny leaf fall off a tree in the middle? Of course loss hundred dollar witted for allow Zapped Leaf for. This doesn't draw full off Alah Willett. He wanted foldout. Whatever the reasons we say as to. Why most needs to have because of risk realities Alon wielded that is most close their doors winded that we cannot print these and therefore we need to reflect as A. Why isn't that position? That's the real question. Read you sit and you go fourteen days in suffice. It's a good time to sit and think about this question just over two weeks ago. I sent a picture of the governor and they had close it off completely so all you could see the white marble and you can see people in the off. Cnet would prey and is quite chilling. Side looking at the reassure us. The Authority said that the clean precautionary. It hoped to be running business as usual in a in a short period of time. And have you started wearing Madan? People Perplex go there for. He was thinking about Hutch. But you know there was a feeling that this is going to be okay. Then what happened last couple of weeks slowly restrictions start coming in non-saudi here in the UK into now local massage. What did it last week? The Friday Levin reduced ten minutes could find Saddam told. Don't come to the mess with children. He don't bring the humming. They sit at any level. This talk this could be dangerous. It's a risk to others who post this weekend. We're supposed to be on the retreat. Study Retreat Have to be constantly. He hoped by joining. You'll have a Mogadishu. He talked a video in paramount's Sanchez yourself. Before you come in wearing a must come in. All of these measures were happening. Guidance was coming out from the different organizations. And Councils about how we should deal with this and then yesterday almost like a domino effect one after the other press releases announcements this massive that losses to. It'll be no Jamak mortar. It'd be no Jeremiah. This Muslim he's Prato and the MOMS were crying. The Tears Trustees breaking down saying this is difficult decision. We've had to make. We didn't take it lightly. Believe believe if we did not take his likely and the reason that this is has taken such a hit. The most is not just a place where we pray. It's not just a place where we go. We worship flight time today through the congregation Salah. No it's much more than that. It's a hub of the community is when we have an education system we have found in. We've mothers for the children. We have classes for adults will ever On we A- circle the Mawlid relearn at the practice our faith. It's a place of its place of celebration. Someone has a newborn child legal to celebrate the most their party. Nick weddings morning. He was last rites leaves. Libya genus pre in a mass shooting. People COME TO SOCIALIZE. How feeding so down because after work softer network late night and then the run they come and they just see some of the brothers in this piece this school. This song This was missing the wellbeing discussed affairs of your mom. Local community problems how to resolve them the visual refund. Raise our brothers and sisters locally locally and get into states. A few days older All those lessons of a lot have been taken away from them.

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"madan" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"madan" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"Children's hour on goedluck goals key. I'm Silver Lock Silky. I'm a brass lock. I'm a brass key lead headlock. He Madan Lock. I am a dengue. He is time for initials news hour from South Valley Library and and now for a silly little song about our big silly dog One day role data data Pumpkin by mistake I gave him a tummy ache at one day. Rowley Data Pumpkin pie rolled data torty and one night tortillas in game this constant patient one day data trae Dis and one role in data era Pumpkin He's and if you are what you eat. Then you're not spending one day. You're all in data bars data bar bulls. It wasn't trouble at one day. Role and data Barrasso Chris. Oh data trae at tortillas and Sunday Pumpkin Pie.

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Supernatural shooter 'Control' invades Xbox One and Xbox One

What's Good Games

01:03 min | 3 years ago

Supernatural shooter 'Control' invades Xbox One and Xbox One

"Control is currently out. Is it out yes. It's out yes. It came out yesterday and it's currently sitting on eighty four on xbox one in eighty one on p._s. Four on metacritic so congratulations remedy games. He did a nice job. Man of madan is seventy. Three on xbox is one seventy on p._s. Four and seventy six on we can talk about why the scores are a little. They're not terrible. No buzzer like average yeah yeah. Here's here's the thing like a seven. Hundred ten is not a bad score but i think you're gonna see a sea plus well. We're so conditioned to you know okay. It is an astral chain is getting really good scores on switches the eighty-eight which is awesome very much looking forward to that then ancestors humankind odyssey's getting get into spot at sixty seven on and then we have blair witch coming out on the thirtieth of this month so that's friday and then katherine full-body which time you'll be talking in about the next segment so yeah. It's a it's a busy busy time for games right now.

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Smelling Your Way Around

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 3 years ago

Smelling Your Way Around

"Hey, Don, if you see my lunch, I just had it a minute ago. And then I set it down. And now, I have no idea where I put it. But maybe I can smell my way to it. What kind of food is it just plain spaghetti? I I did ask for extra garlic. But I don't know if the smell is strong enough to give us any leads. How'd you do that? I hope to have an excellent sense of smell and the great system navigation, but those together and I can sniff my way to almost anything, and it's not just me. A study found that people who have great sense of smell or often. Good navigators. Researchers had study participants navigate through a virtual town on the computer to test their navigational skills, then tested. The participants sense of smell by having him sniff. One of forty scented felt tip pins and match the set they perceived to one of four options the participants who did best on the navigational task or the same ones who got top marks on the smell test. We know why? So I have ideas and one is the factory spatial hypothesis which proposes that animals, including humans evolved a sense of smell to help find their way around. However, it happened now it's enshrined in our brains. Top smeller. Navigators have a bigger left orbital frontal cortex, which is linked to smelling and the right hippocampus, which is associated with smelling and navigation I can't say, I'm not jealous. It does seem like a useful pair of skills. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. Where you can also view videos and sign up for podcasts. I'm Yale Cassandra Madan dog glass.

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