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"manisha" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

02:02 min | Last month

"manisha" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"The first time since the us military withdrawal from afghanistan the taliban allowed a plane carrying americans and others to leave kabul that plane landing and cutter just a short time ago while others are trying to cross my land in neighboring pakistan. Nbc's mollie hunter. Is there tonight. The first international flight taking off from the taliban run kabul airport. Tonight americans on board a us facilitated evacuation plane to doha cutter the first since. Us troops left and a far cry from the chaotic runway scenes. Two weeks ago the state department said they invited more than thirty american citizens and permanent residents but not everyone took up the offer. There will be more flights but the nfc says due to an ongoing terror threat. No details in advance on board one hundred thirteen people and alongside americans canadians brits ukrainians and germans. Nbc's raff sanchez. Was there. This is it. After a perilous journey that started in kabul through an airport controlled by the taliban. These passengers are coming down the steps here in doha. Finally to safety and security but for those so desperate in the last two weeks overland has been the only way out we headed up pakistan's khyber pass to the torkham border-crossing with afghanistan. This new taliban guard we spoke with says pakistan isn't letting all these people through there are people waiting who can't get over. Okay okay so the pakistani military's having moved back but sisters mersal and manisha mayday if you had stayed under taliban rule what would that have been like the big problem school. Not as they're headed to ottawa soon to be canada's newest refugees now if international flights really are starting back again that's potentially very good news for the tens of thousands of vulnerable afghans left behind.

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First Civilian Flight From Kabul Since US Exit Lands in Doha

NBC Nightly News

02:02 min | Last month

First Civilian Flight From Kabul Since US Exit Lands in Doha

"The first time since the us military withdrawal from afghanistan the taliban allowed a plane carrying americans and others to leave kabul that plane landing and cutter just a short time ago while others are trying to cross my land in neighboring pakistan. Nbc's mollie hunter. Is there tonight. The first international flight taking off from the taliban run kabul airport. Tonight americans on board a us facilitated evacuation plane to doha cutter the first since. Us troops left and a far cry from the chaotic runway scenes. Two weeks ago the state department said they invited more than thirty american citizens and permanent residents but not everyone took up the offer. There will be more flights but the nfc says due to an ongoing terror threat. No details in advance on board one hundred thirteen people and alongside americans canadians brits ukrainians and germans. Nbc's raff sanchez. Was there. This is it. After a perilous journey that started in kabul through an airport controlled by the taliban. These passengers are coming down the steps here in doha. Finally to safety and security but for those so desperate in the last two weeks overland has been the only way out we headed up pakistan's khyber pass to the torkham border-crossing with afghanistan. This new taliban guard we spoke with says pakistan isn't letting all these people through there are people waiting who can't get over. Okay okay so the pakistani military's having moved back but sisters mersal and manisha mayday if you had stayed under taliban rule what would that have been like the big problem school. Not as they're headed to ottawa soon to be canada's newest refugees now if international flights really are starting back again that's potentially very good news for the tens of thousands of vulnerable afghans left behind.

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"manisha" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"manisha" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Friend fabulous show. Starting what this is about. We saw we saw quit and change skill toy still a bit queen. Manisha was not not bad. Not bad at all. It was actually pretty good man. I watched it and enjoyed it. And they they. They did a great job. Updating he man yeah of course making a little cool they did they did. They even had one episode. Was even that action packed all about this race that they were with that that age their whole lifetime in a day. Wow yeah they. Plus you got the whole origin of skeletal. he was actually a handsome dudes. Good-looking me start talking. Shit somebody some base. Because he was even talk like he man he was like he was like Yes i don't know why they won't let me be in charge of running things. If they did it'd be so much better. He got started getting smell dog and aspirations and somebody acid or based on magic acid. He's like that's just as bad boys face a wooden. He hit them It was it was a great show. You.

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"manisha" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

02:20 min | 10 months ago

"manisha" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"Not do it. They already making noises about not wanting to impeach trump again. But i do think it is really important that a message we send that what trump did was dishes was illegal that he'd be held to account for that. And also the republican members of congress who encouraged this be held to account. They should at the very least be censured if not expelled knowing the republican party how it has been hostage to trump and how a large section of it actually believed in these anti-democratic violent actions. I don't have much hope for them. Finding their conscience displayed stage. All the crocodile tears that they shed over the violence. Yesterday was a complete turnaround from that position. Which has enabled from to keep challenging the results of the election. They had never denounced him for doing that. They never completely distanced themselves from his wild conspiracy theories even the wilder ones that his strange so-called lawyers will put forth so at this point. I think next week we might see another impeachment. Obviously he won't be convicted because you need a two thirds vote in the senate and the republicans won't do it but but even symbolically you know sending that message and then making sure that criminal prosecution swallow for members of congress leaders the republican party and trump who actually enabled this attempted coup would is important. I think that is about to set that precedent to say that the rule of law is what will prevail and. It's not a question that if you are in power you can get away with anything. Including inciting violence insurrection against the government of the united states will thank you so much for that response and unquestionably one of the darkest weeks and our nation's history and as a preeminent historian. I know you're so much on demand. So i really cannot thank you enough for joining us this evening. Dr manisha sinha. Thank you so much sonya. Nice talking with you again by thank you bye..

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"manisha" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"manisha" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"Civil war era. So I was just lucky to have them as my mentors having read some of your work in stomach beer speaking of events I was very impacted when I heard, you describe a profound connection that exists between Mahatma Gandhi and his notion, a second Raha and the Reverend Dr Martin Luther King Junior's nonviolent resistance just to define for our listeners suck. Raha is derived from sunscreen Suck Yom means true and Gra Hamis Fervor, and it essentially is a policy of passive political resistance that was advocated by Gandhi and freedom fighters during the struggle for independence from British rule in India. Similarly Reverend Dr Martin Luther King Junior strong belief in non violent protests led to legislative changes and awareness. So could you explain to US furtherer what the connection is between the two concepts from Gandhi and Dr Martin Luther King Junior. To man who could be considered the personification of leadership in the Civil Rights Movement? Universally. Acid evening. Now, if you think of some of the great figures of nonviolent resistance, you know nonviolent resistance doesn't mean passivity it means resisting. But through non-violent means and as you put it, you know a battle for the truth at Gandhi himself was very influenced by some of the great thinkers off civil disobedience from Henry David Thoreau to Leo Tolstoy and some of the great American abolitionist will all pacifists too. So there was a tradition of nonviolent resistance within the United States in the fight against slavery, and interestingly enough you know gone the often gone p. none to that. And when he was in South Africa, he was very influenced by the writings of Leo Tolstoy and Henry David Thoreau and he combined add with the traditional Indian respectful a hamster non-violence that comes from the Hindu Jan his traditions. I think came up with this notion of nonviolent resistance to imperialism to British rule and taking the high moral ground than militarism and imperialism that was certified by the British Empire, and this really inspired a whole slew of African American Civil Rights Activists of Home, Dr King was really the most. and. They adopted those ideas to fight for civil rights in the United States in the nineteen sixties. But even before that, there was a real overlap between Indian nationalist movements and movements for black freedom in the United States and the other great black thinkers who are very influenced by the Indian nationalist struggle in the nineteen. Thirties forties fifties but it's really Dr Gig who adopts the Gandhi notion of Theodora at tactical and principled way. OFF, fighting. Against, racial segregation and discrimination in the United States, and then of course busted who then carried that word in the late twentieth century nineteen eighties was Great Nelson Mandela in South Africa who's very influenced both by Gandhi and by Dr King. So it's a very long and proud tradition of nonviolent resistance and it shows a real overlap between Indian struggle for freedom and the black civil rights movement in the United States. Many of our listeners might be surprised that there is a long relationship between the blocks struggle for freedom and decolonization in Asia and Africa. These are not necessarily topics or concepts that were broadly included and our education in American history or world history. At least to the United States going back decades can you help us better understand the relationship between the two? Yes accident name you know it's unfortunate that for a Ryan on time. American. History was started rice simplistic mythic ways and with a lot of incorrect actually generalizations let's in the history of slavery or the civil war and reconstruction, which is the period immediately passed a followed..

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"manisha" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

Jesus is the Christ

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"manisha" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

"Hello I'm doing another video now and this is decide. Boom Matias speaking and Matias by name and I am a disciple of the Lord. Jesus Christ and your home is his father and some people have doctrine that God the father's name his y'all there I wanted to. Why do they have this pet doctrine? I was thinking is it because they have another father. They are their father. You know now. Y'All is the name I think some is not the name of God the father so they always using another name. Why are they doing this These people who Who who I think they call him a donor or something. It's it's not the name either whites but they don't like God. Maybe that's probably the the praying to God. Probably that could be it. We don't already but I would advise you against witches who will actually if you fellowship with them they will try to they so twisted your fellowship like pastors fellowship with them they will try to curse you because of that you talk to them you know. That's how twisted they are because they don't like your something out for passengers. Watch out for pastors this. You know hirelings. Watch out for hirelings. And it's not just that they're highlands. They are avid foils. Christ there another Christ manager coming mining saying I am Christ deceiving many what Jesus meant when he said that was not that manager. Come in in the name of Jesus Christ claiming to be Christ know what you mean by this. Spf You listen here. Manisha come in the name of the Lord. Jesus Christ that his preaching he's name preaching Jesus saying that Jesus is the Messiah this saving money. Because I mean if you come in the name of the to preach The Lord Jesus Christ and say that these assume asya. How could you deceive people? It sounds like you wouldn't deceit people because you preach Jesus Christ and you say Jesus is the Christ the Messiah the Savior. It's through all of that is true. You know so you see people. But that's what he's assess and that's what they do. They need people even though they preach his name and say he's the Messiah. This is the thing. And that's why it's so important to read the Bible. Listen to Jesus because he he he says the truth here.

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"manisha" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"manisha" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Have you heard Donna and Steve lately check out this highlight birds create do they have a total thing now make baby birds search birth to reproduce okay okay by internal fertilization during which the eggs fertilized the like reptiles birds have full aka yes which is a single exit and entrance for sperm banks and waste and although the venue yeah that's it that's a nice name for it instead of walk back Manisha that's it sounds like the kind of question desert keeping those of us stuck at home informed and entertained thanks Donna and Steve hi my **** on the app your smart speakers of your trusty old radio and in my talk on a seven one dot com okay guys Bradley here for my good friends at a light you know these guys are doing great work three hundred and sixty five days a year with displaced persons those are people just like you and me who have found themselves with very little if anything left after war conflict and famine these can be refugees economic migrants asylum seekers and if we were in their shoes you'd hope for an organization like a light is there to help you get things like access to shelter clean water and so much more well when you're trying to provide those things during a pandemic things get a little tricky but not impossible and there's a lot you as an individual can actually do.

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"manisha" Discussed on Deep Culture

Deep Culture

12:20 min | 1 year ago

"manisha" Discussed on Deep Culture

"Have really think about what I WANNA to put on. People in getting rush project sometimes becomes frustrating. But last night when I got these kind of projects it was on. Aw I become sad and I'm young frustrated now younger just square. Eat chocolate and big body covered in in right. So it's more okay is going to happen the expectation day that. Something's going to frustrate you. And then you just you just acknowledged that this thing a figure out what to do about it. So I I think over the years become more of a solution driven percent rather than harping on the problem kind of which I was a lot of before I duNNo. Okay so for me. One of the things I. That's one of the things that I Swelling this entrepreneurship Jerry. It's about it's about coping in a way that suits you. I feel so I WANNA ask you. Do you think that everybody should at least at some point? Try being an entrepreneur so that they can understand this Do you think that it's a worth while Jenny to go in do for them? Because what I find us at an entrepreneurship. Genie is very fulfilling in a sense. You get through the and not about yourself about how you of challenges about how you build your business so I find it very fulfilling in that sense. So Our. Just want to know your. Do you think that you know everybody should try it as well? Yes but with a clause so a lot of us who are in love with this idea of digital no medicine becoming your own boss and then we just jump into it. I knew I could do it a long time ago. I head that much confidence in myself. I still didn't because I was I. Am I being impulsive? I was site I can do it but am I going to do it. Well enough or not able to control. My emotions are not so a lot of us take When a younger nowadays species generations said we're GONNA tear bray regarding to integrate. No it's could that we all do that because like you said we do learn a lot but if we are little Older we have more responsibilities. I think the best way to do it is to do on the side. I because that way you get to know where you can actually pull through with yourself because emotions are not not a lot of us have could grip on. I wish I am not one of those people who has quit when our emotions and it will give you a rollercoaster of emotions. So you will go through. You hit a great seal and your arse Oh man you know I keep going full of adrenaline in this moment. Where you don't get any clients rely too much on your own. Do I eat now so you will go to ups and downs? So a great bit would be for parents especially. I'm very lucky that my parents let me sound stick. Guzman Alliston island law. I really lengthy not from just sooner settings tickets to my friends. I was like the early Greg Liberty percent because I used to lift initial house so my friends used in the residential areas. They used to ask me to buy things from the shops and then bring it to school. I mean thanks bye nearing near delivery. He's not mighty Larry so you know who was really interesting to learn that so Elliott to have gone through Life French. I sadly riches. I don't buy any something. I don't even use lamb now. Of course that I am. I didn't know that this is just. I bet that okay naughty. She's going to throw them meat. I guess you could take now. You have the to come on like Mick salary button. It's good to actually have experiences in young So Burns in these. We don't want to try to try to play games with your children now. King me to sell something or you need to make something to sell cookies or just to get there and get your family to support but don't only keep it limited. Let your one Amanda Kazoo by would just keep quiet dog. If you bet you must one of the things that we don't know talk you handle very well is actually going to the ups and downs of when you are not so young teenager or something. That's really helpful. But it's never learn anything so in many fearing fifties or sixties and you WANNA try now. Great Time Very cool very very cool. Nice all right Next let's say couvert nineteen. How's that BEEN DENVER? You for business business. Why they said Lo what initially when it was scary because his own was I kept getting calls from clients. Have militia clients Michel we can't pay you because we have to stop everything. Rolling Militia Started earlier with businesses But then there are clients who are essential. The actually made me think ways to help them in. This actually have been cracking my brain along. I've actually been calling Who say they cannot be by still maintaining communications? And telling them that you still can do this. I'm asking for money but please mean thin your efforts where you have done it so long you know and we can look at things lethal. Don't worry about. We have to be there for each other now. Actually teaching me how to become more giving I mean yeah with even actively bags in or giving to Cherokee coup I'm just trying to help. Small businesses myself food businesses. Especially of course so that people selling cookies just before this new Abai buy a bottle or something like that. So it's a mix good mix given. I guess for businesses everywhere right when you mentioning that you know you were cracking your brain to try and help your clients right again to me. Highlights your resourcefulness about trying to get the best out of the situation. So I'm just wondering going back to what we were talking about Israel about this entrepreneurship genius. You think being resourceful is key to being an entrepreneur. Stephanie the case Being adaptable he sprained Because resourceful is I guess it's a fine line If you if this had happened to someone who was not adaptable they would probably be. It will be very difficult for them to stop in Ohio Change why the willingness to adapt has to be their first. Then you can say okay Dan. You have the mindset to be okay. I have to do something to find out. Daniel go in search. Then you go and talk to other people then you go and say okay. I will do this for whoever change. Whatever yeah so if you're not willing to adapt to the situation Doesn't matter very social 'cause you will not do it so the key one of the key things to have an entrepreneur is being adaptable right. And especially I think in situations like now which is like the circuit breaker having to think business owners like I know one business owner who who works from militia working under him right now. They've all been sent back so now yes to a debt is business because of the situation so yeah totally agree with you okay. I think we're coming to the last few minutes in Malaysia. So maybe you WANNA to share a bit more about your latest project baby Minnie marking thing. What is that? All things had heck's like I said earlier came up as a platform with resources for kind suggest A few different tips that they can immediately implement was Mccown media marketing hacks are now. It's also a website with the plan to include. Different resources have social media image. Pex that you can plug in a we have consultation calls that you know quick brain. Stop sessions that you need. Come up with three four. I guess they create immediately. Do we have free downloads? We also have a link to the courses that we have and you also planning two blocks and stuff like that in the future most after you can download full yes we can add in order to do in the future which you need to share with us by the way so we all know too still beker new. I highlight. So what's your angle many marketing heck's I.

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"manisha" Discussed on Deep Culture

Deep Culture

10:06 min | 1 year ago

"manisha" Discussed on Deep Culture

"So there's other incidents that you've shared with me about so I'm just wondering was that the case also when you start it is a freelance writer though content marketer like did you notice that there was a gap in the market. Therefore you know this is something. I'm GONNA do this. Well ACTUALLY COPS. Thing is a complete opposite. They are a lot of writers out day and more. Now if there's anything that drops my confidence is affected the law. Or How do I up with convention? Mom maybe that answered. I think it goes back to what you asked me Leah about fashion so it was more like a new. I like doing this hustling when I was. I had the mind. Is that the hassle Sending stickiness case Enterprise Business My blood legit by I did when I was missing fall. I liked to design websites so I thought it was fashion because I mistook might ability to put a website to get the passion. 'cause I was young I didn't understand right and I said okay I can think my I can make profit auto via and I stop judging five hundred bucks by the way. Discharge does not apply but for a bunch of clients so What's the end of my enjoying the designs? Thin ice that that he really hit web designing hoping I don't want to sign Again so when I started writing I was skipping. This was one of those whom I call it. What if I get not very nice guidelines and I was hoping guide want to hit writings? Various the Co. there's no business sense in this right thing of mine. Winemaker at something you what you are. I will if I will try to. Of course because I need to eat bozo. It was never about making a millionaire. Because I've seen how book industries will get unless you're Jiechi rallying or bill can At the moment I don't have the confidence to admit experienced I will not catching chain. You know out of this and I never had that in my mind so when it comes to the things I am that yeah I have to. I can see get them market. I can't identify necking going like Another one of our projects that I worked on with my Indiana is. We kept him out without much extends course on you me because get it was a good timing that we did it because it was pre- Clarita virus so now people that King for thinks study on Ninety Kim. Fortunately unfortunately came at a good time. I don't make money out of this. It sounds better and you say that but But with writing it wasn't it was in it was never that objective. Zanu objective. Now do I.

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"manisha" Discussed on Deep Culture

Deep Culture

15:11 min | 1 year ago

"manisha" Discussed on Deep Culture

"Time to the business running full time now S- pretty interesting because I enjoy working for a smaller businesses solo businesses. Who just need that extra help. Extra Push Extra Guidance Content Marketing. Because sometimes is just as simple as okay. I need things on my social media page. I need an ethical for my blog. And then they don't have the time to do it because they are two or three people in the team on the too busy making money which is now but you know on the on the back end. You need something to continue running. So that's why I come in in that way I like enjoy helping people Another part of me that maybe you missed out is how such a nomad born hall. Houses is the worst Sorry about me. I always find at buffet. Ice Breakaway you from I dunno so born in Singapore as in Brunei and religion to this and so I have triumphed from all three countries. I also do what for some international firms on sometimes on mostly on ad hoc basis whenever they need they have a writer gap in between different projects. Yes Oh yes and like you mentioned. I read recently decided to focus down launch resource platform. Because I realized that a lot of small businesses have similar issues similar needs and meaning marketing. Heck's I think it comes down to just picking up a few small things that you can do and immediately implement into your business without cracking to it gets very overwhelming when we sit down and consult someone with marketing fool orange reports and things you can do to improve Israeli overwhelming for small businesses. So the idea behind this was talked to my clients. They're like you me one thing that I can do now. So that's where many marketing heck's Instagram profile. I which I did undecided but I decided to element more since I ready free now because ninety nine situation acas of course unfortunately had to pause the operations because anonymous at non essential companies I still catch up with them but I think because they really can't do much right now. Even marketing is just making sure that these findings setting aggressive anymore So yeah I did have a long time because I know I. I don't have that you'll be procrastinate really over Managua Guy I guess across all our for awhile now so all that energy has now focusing could just do something. You also doing something for kids. If I'm not wrong there's dispute right The day before the day off ticket Brecqhou in their announced sales going to happen to the day. I haven't been playing with. I have any idea in my head on one of those people like a whole list notebook. Allow ideas so one of it was to always create activity packs for younger children men. I realized there okay. Circuit Breaker around. GonNa be at Cole. On the time driving you have parents. Madrid love side Vista and outside. So I don't WanNa say let's just try to one before 'cause my dad's in the retail light i. He has a few supplies in Singapore. So I call them on that he had you have these things for like making packs they would but you need to come today because we close tomorrow for my mind so I ran out of the house boy empire could end yes lessons. That has been happening. We actually read About fifteen sixteen. Seventeen activity picks for different families. Ami got really lucky because one of the moms who bought from us she was actually helping out with the whole way. A essential workers actually the child or decay. They need things to bring back home because they don't have the moms that set them all the time. It's either the on to So we made a few mini bex game for charity so that was nice because you could even do something for them amid spill little supplies that Rehab. Now Recovery Bridges Kinda anymore as saw that Grateful So is it only for the shot. Them flight is this project will need for this second period. Where are you planning to dive into? Children Toys Shooting Games as well as I have always be wanting to do children books. That's one thing that I've always been interested in so now knowing and understanding in my family I am the youngest. My sister does not have children. And obviously don't Hitchin so we don't have experience who watch children like in different Egypt's when after all the feedback that we've gotten unfortunately now we only lasted six or seven packs begin south but this recovery of supplies on lower kind of run out of everything but yeah we know we would love to continue this the school holidays in end of your home and maybe we can come up with more booklets to actually help. Children learn a few things. Keep them occupied while the MOMS DEBTS. Co running errands or something. I mean the Super Super duper helpful. I mean I'm not but I do have a nephew at home and I can testify. That can be a handful. Rebel can distractions. Yeah so those distractions definitely help a lot. Okay so Thanks for sharing that. Now my question I think the first thing down one a diving through is you mentioned that you n author right you but sometimes is being an author. Also your on your own business is. Is that what you do for your own business or do you also do added stuff as well? I am a fighter. My business is writing occurred And they are a lot of clients who have approached me to author the books. But I can't say also because I'm ghost writing Sir exists just a semantics you know One is cost writing. When it comes to offering my own books yes That's not really a business. That's of a goal more books for myself. A she'll be writing more for myself have been happening. Inspiration has not stopped. Maybe after this call yeah so I hope that answers your question. So how did you get into writing? Then oh Yeah how did you get into right in? What was it? Inspired you to do writing. Profession Know. When was that one more win win? It has been I really I always try to look back into school life in think but it's just A series of being put into positions requiring writing. That made me realize that no matter where I go what do I was still somehow be asked to write something. When I was in primary school I used to love reading. I said that reading very early of my sister but it was spinach. French stories Valley on of that. You're right that what experts do nobody gave me classic duty in item from very small talented. They didn't have that culture. So when I got published in my first ethical was published within me non-english yeah so didn't allows just a online 'cause I am very proud of. We still have forty bucks so not complaining and then After the secondary school I discovered that I could borrow books from the library and Matilda moment. Dan is that the right thing. Anything for the school newsletter A friend a few friends of mine actually went rented a principal and ask them. That can be stylized a school you sector because we only had a yearbook before that no monthly newsletter. So we start that and then I always was on the team. I started writing scripts for the drama. We did actually have a drama club but some of the students will I? Let's put something together. Okay I used to script right amidst writing. I used to do other things. So you'll sign okay writing Derek. Being so they will be as the director by woods. Yeah is actually as well what I did so many things right so then. I came to Singapore. I bow myself on one. I'm going to mess calm. I WanNa be generalist and then I feel the journalism class so Maybe not case I realize that cannot right structure. I'm very I'm more of a free flow writer The structure of a newspaper by the goal was not cutting it for me that I cannot What's the structure of Cooler? Though you have the lead paragraph where you have to introduce and then you have to be not bias that oil. Maybe because I am an emotional but certain nor the person fell very sad to say that it was not feel because I'm a bit right though. Feel because I was not following instructions. No so I think. My ahead of restrictive I'm actually rank grateful for that. Because he was silent. You already good writer. But you can't seem to get us just not for you. I really don't think men for you the next semester head feature I class which is more for magazine life and I was good at right so I realized that journalism is not the right thing for me I had to tweak it a little bit but still I ran into advertising. I love the are Machi. I didn't I did a magazine. I DESIGN IDEOLOGUE WEB DESIGN GRAPHIC DESIGN. But then eventually when. I got my full time job again. Had nothing to do with what I did. I realized that it was right thing that I kept coming back so this was in two thousand twelve. I think reality new the one thing I WANNA do and call myself now is a writer. It's not a designer. I I have to do a lot of either things so I can assist you but mean job will always be. I think I think you more like a passion or is it just something that you know. You're good so you're going to pursue both a bit of both because it started from I wanted to be generalists to nowadays. Okay I need to make money to eat so I keep writing. Of course there are moments where he has confidence issues as all. You're right though you know. But I've always found him a race simple writer. I don't like the DACA and I don't so desolate over niche. I heaven you know. I'm not founder Finesse in my Nisha but some just a generic Y. What kind of right are you on? That one who just typing. I don't doesn't they? All of us. Writers precise yeah that okay you know the genetic Jerry is not. There's no Nisha. What do you need what you need? You tell me really help you. If I kinda start you know sorry I can have Nicole's engineering. Medical cannot do like that. One requires expertise and I am no expert in in your thoughts so this this whole thing is for you as much as the patient job as much as election job as well so this way you decided to do sorry say not suddenly remembered this ethical call from fashion to profit. That's also so then. How did you take that step? Then what was it like for you to take that step from you know? Most of us will decide to go in with a normal route about a another day job somewhere right but if they can stem think for when was it years you said? I decided to freelance writer about nine nine and a half years ago. Ella but fulltime was almost two years ago close so at a point in nine and a half years ago. What was it that compelled you to want to use it as a business is an entrepreneur. You in life. I have always realized. I've been very lucky. I feel very blessed that sometimes I just get a coalition with things This was one of the moments before two thousand twelve. It was always something that I used to do. People to ask me that. I used to design websites So it was more like a that time writing. Wasn't ed on Nagamine being right. That's why I win. In Two thousand twelve hours doing a law reflection in the beginning of the year and I realize some more another like I said earlier. I end up doing writing so I didn't think much of it lasts. You know what let's see. What comes I just GonNa tell a few people and put it on my link in. That's that's how it started. I put it out on my link. Dan. I got a message from some person who what in the same building as he saw the company that was working fumble but he also did see. I am dabbling. A freelance writer can me for lunch and that was like the first legit company came up through. You want to hire you WANNA blog a blog right. The ethical right to follow blocks. It's not it's not heavy. It's like at the That's fine I can do it in weekend. You know. It's not from them and from day just gave me the inspiration to kick it off that trial one block. I in we see how we like. Of course I was at going crazy over. Help me on that drama in my hit but yeah that was I was. I'm very blessed. I just feel that that if that didn't happen I don't know if I will be But this another thing though. I mean I've known you for quite a bit. I think it's been about a year now. It's not quite about a year so one of the things I admire most about Jewish that you have the ability to be very resourceful and you have the right traits entrepreneur. I feel because you mentioned earlier. You know now is the second period and you know that will be sticking. You managed to find their own way. Bears are going to need help. They can of kids yet..

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"manisha" Discussed on Deep Culture

Deep Culture

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"manisha" Discussed on Deep Culture

"Okay Hi guys. Welcome beautiful people. Welcome to the first episode of Deep Culture My name is folly today special guests with me but before I get into that Just WanNa give you as a bit of a background or a bit of context about what this channel is. GonNa be about now. This channel is called the culture because in these episodes I'm going to go deep with the participants with guests that come on right so one of the things that I find most. I'm most passionate about an I enjoy listening and hearing about people's experiences in life right. Everybody has a different Jenny. Everybody has something different to offer. Everybody has something unique to share about. And that's what really fascinates me and I think that because they have such fascinating stories to tell it's not just me who can be inspired by it but I believe by having these guys you can also inspire you as well right. So that's the purpose of this channel and that's one of the reasons why I'm doing this and I hope that you guys will enjoy too. If you're the type of person who likes deep conversations right not the surface kind but the one that goes beyond the surface that goes under iceberg. Right embiid is under the tip of the iceberg right. We're looking at things like what are your culture what is your character like what was your mindset that you had s you continue to go on in your life towards pursuing a certain goal or is it by when you starting a family or when you get your first job. What is your goal to be a millionaire? Is it to be an an artist or writer so on so forth kind of guests that will be having on on this channel. So that's basically a good short introduction for this journal for today. I have a special guests with me. Who's a very dear friend who is also one of my mentors. I would say in this entrepreneurship. So her name is Manisha Delaney. She's actually A writer of books she actually Co authored. A book called homeless together with Leonid Amira and Kyw She's also co authored in a book source which is a compilation of stories for entrepreneurs on of that she also does a lot of content marketing for a name the global pharmaceutical company. But she's also Dan Block writing for Software Service Company called Jumper I N for other local and small regional small business owners. Not least she's also just very recently. Launched Resource Platform called Mini Marketing Hex. Her baby project right now. She's enjoying it a lot Basically what that project offers is is a resource. It offers resources for Small Business Owners and office quick and easy marketing solutions like social media image. Social Media Image pex consult patient calls and swipe files for download as well right so without further ado let me please introduce to you. My Nisha Dirani I. Hi Hi how are you good? How are you good good? Did you enjoy my introduction? He has raid good. Thank you for having me okay. Was it awkward? Four and I I I bought on the China is actually really good. Okay Sexing D- well done. Thank you thank you so how raker treat the New Sofa. I spent all right spin. What three weeks now? Almost a mind close to a month. Thirty I think for like news pretty injured that no problem so far. I'm enjoying sitting at home. Reading doing will watching. Tv cooking eating this levers extension of the circuit breaker along with the new rules of desserts. A bubble theme must be hitting you vary much soul very lucky to have friends who have been delivering cake and chocolate to me. So that Q. Everyone depicted work. So-fi just got chocolate bars. I'm rooting for someone to something with the Indian right views. You guys are just chefs or something like that. Yeah okay so what do I want to see? How do we go? You tell me okay. So maybe give a big I give a short introduction a brief introduction of yourself of you so maybe you can share more about yourself what you think. I missed out for status. I guess you pretty much covered the basics of freelance writing for about Entertain Years Now. I. I was published when I was twelve years old in a magazine. I've been dabbling with writing on enough when I was younger. I tried a lot of things. I did love hassles on the side and then finally age caught were announced at Kenya to find one thing that I really WanNa do any. I decided that was going to be writing Been writing freelance for almost a decade now up professionally a quit my job end of Otto. Yeah MIDDLE OF OCTOBER. Two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen. While I'm I'm losing track of my team. So it's been about a year and a half I've been freelancing full.

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Ohio plastic surgeon accused of drugging, raping women for years

Rush Limbaugh

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio plastic surgeon accused of drugging, raping women for years

"News of plastic surgeon from Ohio's been accused of drugging and then sexually abusing women and then recording the assaults federal prosecutors say forty nine year old Manisha Gupta of Sylvania Ohio runs to plastic surgery offices in the Toledo area and one in Taylor Michigan court records don't indicate whether any of the women were patients but prosecutors said some were escorts Gupta faces life in prison if he's

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"manisha" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"manisha" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The hand that they've been dealt we would love to have a water this way and in private hands being managed privately so we can just enforce the no do code force right now but because we don't so much you know with this particular situation that working on and we're trying to be thoughtful opportunistic Manisha sales of the Detroit city council says residents don't understand how this land is being managed and neither does she I hear a lot of complaints a lot of how quiet about the lack of transparency to lack of accountability with the train land make a story people are demanding greater transparency and can't buy five alive they're not able to purchase property homes there are clear about how these are be healed the list goes on and on Sheffield says the landing authority is almost exclusively overseen by the mayor it reports to a board that is almost entirely mayor appointed that isn't much structural accountability for a government agency that has so much impact for traders the formal agreement between the city and the land bank will be ending this year which means city council is re drafting the terms Sheffield says she wants to implement clear language around sales and transparency so really how do we make the tray land bank more accountable or how do we dismantle that current structure because it currently is now working for at the average citizen now we talk about developers on individuals rock on the unified bundles of property you know they in my opinion are able to navigate the system a little bit better navigating the system has a different urgency for people who live next to a vacant property as opposed to investors who profit off it from afar but widespread vacancy whether the property is owned by the city or not is also a shared burden for all to traders the properties themselves can be hazardous like this incident from October with.

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"manisha" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"manisha" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The offramp is closed for construction and four forty south bound it truck route one in nine Communipaw Avenue the left lane is closed an earlier accident involving a knockdown traffic signal weather forecast Risi cloudy today transfer shower high sixty clear tonight and then tomorrow increasing cloudiness you now know what's going on tional Persephone am nine seventy eight the answer so what would you do with an extra five hundred dollars a month in your budget five hundred Bucks this isn't hypothetical by the way this is something you may need to think about very soon if you decide to become a member of Medicare Medicare is a way to pay for your healthcare and typically cost five hundred dollars less per month for a family versus other health care plans so seriously think about this you can pay off loans paid on a mortgage save the money for retirement donate to charity that would be a big deal but you know what is the best thing Manisha works it's a Christian health care sharing ministry with four hundred thousand members they've shared over two billion and medical bills so they can help share your needs to and with many shared not only do you save not to pay for things you don't believe in and that's a beautiful thing to so here's how you can find out more and you might actually wind up saving even more than five hundred a month so check into it eight four four fifty one Bible that's a four four fifty one Bible eight four four fifty one Bible if you're listening to this radio station right now chances are you like us if you like us then maybe you would fit right in on our team this is a general sales manager Laura Schaefer and the best way to join our team is in sales we're looking for a few good sellers we call them media strategist if you have experience in any form of sales and also understand the digital world give me a call at two one two eight five seven nine six three nine go join a great company with great benefits they'll be able to.

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"manisha" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"manisha" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A one here's Roger Manisha mostly clear skies right now seventy five degrees at o'hare shopper police had a busy Friday afternoon when someone drove their SUV and Woodfield mall police chief bill wolf says his officers responded quickly to the nine one one calls officers are merely responded Ryan see within two minutes of the vehicle they drove into the mall stopped. deep into the mall and the person driving the vehicle was detained by some pages of all the included two off duty police officers and police say that the subject in the vehicle acted alone was not affiliated with any group contract talks between C. P. S. in the C. T. you have come to a head in Chicago teachers union vice president Stacey Davis gave second offer what's the gives back fifteen percent of what we already won the third offer was to give it back thirty percent of what we've already won. they may call that negotiating what on the south side of Chicago where I live it's quite a hustle Gators CPS is law opening offer roll back previous wins for teachers that were including last contract and subsequent offers are still in adequate floods in the Midwest of hertz seafood businesses along the Gulf coast safe water from midwestern floods has killed oysters along the coast of Louisiana Mississippi and Alabama and cost Mississippi half of its blue crabs order the came through a Louisiana spill way killed ninety five percent of the oysters in Mississippi share the Mississippi sound as the head of the state department of marine resources businesses from bait shops and seafood processors to restaurants and hotels of lost up to one hundred fifty million dollars he says governors of those states are seeking federal aid trucks Iverson ABC news Markham police arrested eight people recovered valuable goods that were allegedly stolen or suspects were seen stashing items in the storage facility early Tuesday morning Markham police chief Terry white says it was quite a whole proceeds were stored in three separate storage bins are filled from the floor to the top. at these at the current time the estimate value is approaching one million dollars or to recover goods police recovered sixteen thousand dollars.

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"manisha" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"manisha" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Of Manisha air net is here's a way to pay for your health care and typically cost five hundred dollars less per month for a family versus other health care plans so seriously think about this you can pay off loans paid on a mortgage save the money for retirement donate to charity that would be a big deal but you know what is the best thing measure works it's a Christian health care sharing ministry with four hundred thousand members they've shared over two billion and medical bills so they can help share your needs to and what medicine not only do you save not to pay for things you don't believe in and that's a beautiful thing to so here so you can find out more and you might actually wind up saving even more than five hundred a month so check into it eight five five forty nine Bible that's eight five five forty nine Bible eight five five forty nine Bible. now you can fly anywhere in the world can pay discount prices on your airline tickets book a flight to date a laundry. anywhere else you want to go and pay a lot less guaranteed call the international travel department right now low cost airline eight hundred nine five eight five three oh six eight hundred nine five eight five three oh six that's eight hundred nine five eight fifty three oh six. owning a Lowes tractors about a lot of things for me as well as casting. it's about the hydraulics. it's about how well it's made. stay away. features standard features. about the land. in a better. something to pass now. find your local Ellis dealer at Ellis tractor USA dot com. see what it's about for you. Chicago smart talk.

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"manisha" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"manisha" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Stuff thank you to join it's like one step beyond great you I think you would be you'd love that you would love the Manisha I mean a maybe I don't know anyone love Manisha yeah real old shoes all Jews Jewish people love it all of the heritage ma'am so maybe I will invite you to a satyr and you can have some of that all right let me know when you'll drink the whole bottle all right so as far as what happened over the weekend was really nothing big except for this this clash between the all right in the alt left in Portland you see this I heard about it I didn't see it four injured thirteen arrested says he always tensions flared between protesters and streets lined with more than a thousand cops just hours after trump's threatened to clear and teeth a terror organization and if they're doing it in Portland way to go to you know those calm the fears everybody that wants to call you a terrorist group yeah get a big class on the streets of Portland yeah I don't know what so what I guess they're pretty much the same the all right and they all left the extreme right militant yeah yeah eight years because you're you're and your alt left doesn't mean that you're you know like a hippie or anything like that now you're just as extreme as the right to is that you're coming from it at another you know it from another angle though the all right are coming at it from a kind of white nationalist place and the all left to coming from it in terms of just looking to start a fight yeah anything that is not all left they're gonna go the fight with him so it is it's too extreme factions and yeah I mean no I don't have any were out there but just for injured and thirteen arrest that's not that bad the city's mayor said the situational potentially dangerous and volatile and the tribes that is watching it very closely and the days of the of the vent the Portland mayor Ted Wheeler said people Sprouse hate or engage in violence are not welcome so you had them under control Hey now that will you allow welcome what is that was that we are able to turn around and go home they're going to show up in a big big trouble but here's what I've always said about these these rallies if there's going to be an alt rally all right rally rather then don't of protest it let them you know I mean let them have the rally known if no one's if a tree falls in the in the forest and no one hears it it doesn't make a sound that's the same way with both types of rallies in MP four alley or no all right rally the whole idea is to instigate some sort of a confrontation with the you know that the the the opposition is coming your second Charlottesville when they all showed up in Charlottesville the only reason why I turn into a a nightmare was because of all the protesters were just don't get it today if the claim was marching up and down the street it does show up and then they'll just marginal get some exercise we'll go home but the whole idea of having these rallies is to is the pope the tiger and to try to get the opposition to come in and and and and start a a confrontation that's it that's it if you if you're preaching to an entire crowd of people just like you so what they think like you you know I mean yeah change anybody's mind was so that's what I'm saying it's like a just don't show up but and it takes the bait or the all right take take take the bait will indeed as a you know me there that's all of the that that's what it's about so but.

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"manisha" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"manisha" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Brays rooted in Cantonese it's spread through Chinese workers at sea and was adopted by English seaman chop chop means hurry and suggested something should be done now and without the way the word chopsticks likely originates from the same route or if you were born here okay that's great because I love chop chop that is to say I get to class with it to chop chop chop chop yeah hurry I think that we can officially say that that's okay please you guys man you can never be too careful I'm just saying okay man should have a that now houses that's a long ways of Jewish right that wanting that my grandfather used to always have in the house hello Manisha of its mentorship it's different Dan Schmidt sing which is sweating right well that's yes right sure it's saying let's slow sing yeah man not so little being but she managed it's actually it's not man shepherds it's hello excuse me it's it's man there mannish it's yeah pronounce I see the man Manisha that's what a line to some accidental education a yeah by Levin make a wish thank you Manischewitz is a leading brand of kosher products based in the United States best known for their motto and kosher wine founded in eighteen eighty eight it became a public corporation in nineteen twenty three remain under family control until nineteen ninety so Manischewitz is just a and sort of it's a company in it's a sort of kosher wine yeah Manisha of it's okay cool my aunt and uncle had a ceramic dog growing up and its name was Manischewitz so cute manual my sister has one called I have a loony what breed of dog was the ceramic he's like the little RCA dog I think I don't think their stuff in another dogs I don't think we're using taxidermy enough with Pat so I still think that that's a huge mess if you kill ME amount on but why not wouldn't you love to have your dog this season give two to three choices in the ground in an urn or on your fire her hands you know you know who does that I can name to people well I think those two people are Ben Stein of win Ben Stein's money fame clear as draw a red Ole troll I own a he recovered anyway he does it with his dogs he's I think he's got several and I if I'm not mistaken I know Richard Simmons with a big doll nation guy and or may not have done that with installations.

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Canadian police confirm sightings of murder suspects

KDWN Programming

01:53 min | 2 years ago

Canadian police confirm sightings of murder suspects

"Canadian police say there been two sightings of suspects in the slaying of an American woman her Australian boyfriend and another man in the area of Manitoba royal Canadian Mounted Police said authorities of corroborated the sightings of nineteen year old camera Klatt and eighteen year old Brian Smith gal ski here's a royal Canadian Mounted Police the search for camera cloud and briars McGill ski continues we can now confirm that there have been two established and corroborated sightings of the suspects in the Gillam area the sightings were prior to the discovery of the burnt out vehicle there have also been no reported stolen vehicles that could be attributed to the suspects at this point in the investigation we believe they are still in the area Manisha RCMP has deployed a significant amount of resources to the Gillam area including our emergency response team since negotiation team we stock services and air services assets the RCMP major crime unit is involved as well as your CV is north district and RCMP resources from other provinces our officers have conducted a detailed and thorough searches of potential areas of interest and the surgeons continue over the last forty eight hours we have received over eighty tips and we continue to ask the public to remain vigilant for camera cloud and briars McGill ski if they are spotted do not call nine one one or your local police immediately this is very challenging terrain this is a large area it's very there's wasn't dense bush Forrest swampy areas so it is very challenging miss McGill skis father said this week he expects the nationwide manhunt to end in the death of his son who he said was on a suicide

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"manisha" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"manisha" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Get off to five catch the last hour of the show all three even though I'd like to the parodies if you don't repeat them in the five o'clock hour, Shirley gonna ask you a question. What the hell stop from quitting my job. Then. Pays me? You're saying that you're taking the job over my show. That's crazy. Well, yeah. Boombox in there that got through security, but it won't pick up radio stations open. Close enough to victims. I thought I could pick up nine sixty. Static. I love that you tried you tried. I'm not willing to replace your salary. So that you listen to the show. So I guess you have to keep the damn job. Now. Do you agree with me that pretty good slogan? The kinda radio show that a grab you by the shoulders and sniff your hair. It's funny. But I don't think I would go with that. If I was you already had the business cards Manisha, cancel it. Sure, I'll see about maybe play the Bertie again. I appreciate you carry on. It to warm up to that might warm up to that. I don't think it's just creepy creepy today. It's going to creepy tomorrow next year. It'll still be creepy. No. Happens a lot first of all Secondly, it got Joe Biden the vice presidency. Okay. Okay. No. We know. Now, joe. For us. Not for this show the radio show. Chick. We could do that. Why not? Right now, the listeners to call in right now and give us our.

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