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Fresh update on "mumbai" discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

00:45 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mumbai" discussed on My Seven Chakras

"This is your grandfather. Other dear son of jacob mar a year speaking. If you're listening to this please for this on speaker and play this with the whole family gathered around recording this episode to connect with your beautiful souls and tell you a bit about your grandfather's live in canada so far. I'm thirty three years old right now. And i'm recording the session on february twenty third twenty twenty one but you might be listening to this episode sometime in twenty sixty one or even beyond that. If i'm still alive then. I want you to give me of video call and tell me how you feel if i have since past and think about me for a minute in silence for i'm always by side. It's been six and a half years since i came to this beautiful land called canada. I came to vancouver canada in the year. Two thousand and fourteen from mumbai india to embark on a journey of a lifetime. Because your great grandfather. Jake kumar who is. My dad was an entrepreneur. I always felt deep down. That i could be nothing else but an entrepreneur. I started my journey by launching art. Cast in my bedroom if this is not familiar to you apart. Cast is a medium of broadcasting your voice into the internet and speaking interviewing people about topics eddie. Oh passionate about and mike. Is i interview. People about a variety of ancient topics. like yoga. Breath work spirituality. Are your lucid dreaming nutrition. And things like that. I didn't have any expedients in broadcasting or interviewing prior to starting the spark cast. And in the beginning i was so nervous because i didn't know what to say but slowly but surely i found my ground. I found my wife and i developed a sense of groundedness as an interviewer allowing guests to feel at ease and be themselves wide. Sharing this broadcast was initially only argue in format. But later on i started doing livestream videos because i felt that i was ready to take it up a notch and enhance my skills as a communicator. Which i did in the future. My beautiful grandchildren. I aspired to have my own studio. But i invite my guests for a conversation and then do some breath work with them do some sauna and some steam have some lunch and hang out because i cleave human connection. I crave creating communities. I'm holding that intention my mind incubating it until the appointed dime for its manifestation warrant is the name of my podcast. It's hard my seven chuckers. There's a good chance you're familiar with chuckers. Because i would have thought my son and daughter that is your father or mother all about breath work and i rather meditation yoga and other ancient practices. I'm so curious to know what you do in life. Are you a bread to are constructed like me. Do you have your own podcast or youtube channel assuming that you still exists. Are you an entrepreneur or some kind of teacher who teaches children. Or maybe you're an artist to let.

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From ballet dancer to zombie slayer: Cree actor Michael Greyeyes on his prolific career

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04:32 min | 4 d ago

From ballet dancer to zombie slayer: Cree actor Michael Greyeyes on his prolific career

"You may have seen my guest today on the small screen and big screens or on the stage. Michael is is a man of many talents. He's a classically trained ballet dancer. Choreographer director playwright and renowned actor over his three decade. Long career michael has appeared in some of the most beloved first nation films like dance me outside and smoke signals. He has taken on challenging roles. Playing indigenous leaders like sitting bull wandering spirit to come see and crazy horse more recently. He's taken the small screen by storm appearing on hit tv shows like fear the walking dead true detective and the soon to be released nbc. Comedy rutherford falls. Michael is net. Oh and a member of the musket lake cremation in sketch. Juan and he joins me now from los angeles. Welcome to the show. Michael falen thank you so much for the invitation. Oh it's so great to have you here so you're in los angeles right now But i wanna go back a bit. Can you tell me about where you grew up. I'm from treaty. Six territory in saskatchewan My mom and dad are from reserves in the middle of saskatchewan. My dad's from moscow. And my mom is from sweet grass and my sister and my family. We lived in a couple of places where in the capelle valley. Of course lebron and then we moved to saskatoon and saskatoon was where i spent my boyhood until i was plucked plucked from the prairies at the age of ten years old to attend canada's national ballet school in toronto and my family and i we moved from treaty six territory to To dish with one spoon territory. So i could pursue dance as as a career potential career and so i wanna talk about your dancing a bit but first i want to know what was it. Like growing up on the prairies. What do you remember What do you remember about growing up on the prairies. So many beautiful things. Obviously that's home. That's that's that's my home. That's where i know about my family. My a my early years. I remember the sunlight of remember the sky. I remember my cousins and all my relatives. And i remember playing just riding my bike with my banana seat all over town. They need to make banana seats again. They're very comfortable. they do they do in los angeles. There's a whole like bike culture. We're fleeing be tricked out bike's banana seats. So you're known primarily as an actor now but as you mentioned you know you got into the entertainment industry in a different way. You started as a dancer as a ballet dancer. So how does a kid growing up in saskatoon and up in the ballet well by accident entirely by axes we were living in saskatoon and my mom was a teacher at the school for the deaf. A very famous School for deaf children in saskatoon and my sister. And i were doing you know little kid things. I was playing hockey of course and my sister was taking dance lessons so mumbai. I we used to week for my sister in the car and i was you know five six years old so i was like a super board super easily so it was like she died. She'd done and i would go up and check on her. I remember the classes at the university of scotch one and it was kind of like this wile experiences little kid i walk in. I'd look for her and then she be dancing with these little girls. In one day. I decided to really kinda pay attention to what they were doing. And i and then. I blurted got ceesay. Teacher overheard me. She said well. Do you think it's easy. Why don't you come on back next week. So i said A will and i told my mom all week. I'm going to dance next week. And she of course you know. I apparently said lots of crazy things as as a boy but as the days got closer. She was like okay he. He's repeating it. He's he's he's he's insistent about this. Why do you think you're going to death sex because the teacher invited me so with my mom and my mom used me. I'm so so sorry. Michael thinks that you've invited him. Smith usually oh yeah yeah yeah come on in. And that's how. It started precocious boy pushing his way into a dance class that he hadn't signed up for.

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Indian farmers' months-long standoff with the government turns deadly

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00:56 sec | Last month

Indian farmers' months-long standoff with the government turns deadly

"Tens of thousands of protesting farmers stormed india's capital today. They disrupted a military parade on a national holiday and clashed with police. At least one person has reportedly been killed. Npr's lauren freyer has more. Thousands of tractors festooned with indian flags rolled into the capital new delhi carrying farmers who've been protesting on the outskirts of the city for months. They broke down barricades and clashed with indian police who fired tear gas and water. Cannon farmers are protesting three new laws. The deregulate indian wholesale markets. Two-thirds of indians make a living from agriculture. So this affects hundreds of millions of people. The indian government offered a deal to farm unions and eighteen months suspension of the laws but farmers said no and want the laws repealed forever solidarity rallies have erupted across the country. Lauren freyer npr news. Mumbai

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Digital identity in the UK in 2021 with TrueProfile.ios Rene Seifert

Let's Talk About Digital Identity

06:06 min | Last month

Digital identity in the UK in 2021 with TrueProfile.ios Rene Seifert

"Thank you for joining today. I be sought in this new year. Twenty twenty one. We're going to discuss. Especially now they did identity in the uk for these new year. Twenty twenty one. How a super special guest. Today with rene effort he says cereal enterpreneur and co head of through profile dot. Co the industry leader in documentation power by the data flow group through profiled odoyo provides these services in a modern environment via the adoption of eat theory on blockchain prior to this rene was co founder and cozy your venture eight a. g. across the platform allowing regular people to embraced side by side would experience business angels in addition. He has been involved in founding. Several internet take immediate combines. Amande husband eat lab house. German in house gration began his career hosting radio shows in running an advertising agency parallel to his studies. He was kid of marketing in percenter at a radio station byron three during the new economy. He hid they determine department at lycos europe. Hello renee welcome. I also my pleasure for this. Podcast is great talking with you. Thank you hope. You're having a great start of the new year and twenty one fed. Who like to hear more about. Would you particularly how you doing media in order very interesting things about technology. Your life ended in this world of the identity. If i knew that myself. I think it's quite unlikely scenario that panned out spent. Maybe you also heard that famous. Commencement speech from steve jobs. In haver that you only can connect the dots in hindsight. You can't connect them living your life. Forward and limited tried to connect these dots and you mentioned a couple of things how they volved in my life. Indeed in my first life as i tend to say i was sitting on the other side of our conversation i was a radio. Presenter was a journalist by tim my highlight. There was a war correspondent for german public radio in macedonia during the kosovo. Nine hundred ninety nine. I did this kind of on the side of my university education for economic management and then post graduation. I was more focusing on the media management side of things. And as you're right they said. I was head of marketing of anti by on three one of the top ten german radio stations. After that's the new economy came. If you might recall that time the boom and the bust very was Director entertainment at that time famous and infamous search engine with a variety of other services lycos europe and really saw a lot of this bust of this new economy which maybe take a year off in two thousand two and spent a year traveling the world in a sabbatical during all sorts of things. I always wanted to do from doing a pilot's license motorbike licence mode license. Learning languages like russian spanish during my tie and then i came back to munich and well. This was my first immigration then. Going to bangalore india. And that's very in fact i thought it. By entrepreneurial journey in businesses like e commerce selling jewelry on ebay then moving into an outsourcing consultancy for bangolo has been very instill is very famous for and then starting in detroit angel invest in into indian companies with these angel andrew a cold mumbai angels so an imperative is lots of back and falls into you mentioned that also. I helped build an echo beta in munich. Owned by a hot spring publisher called spring except where we created some thirteen companies in the span of four years. Then i really truly moved back to munich for a short period of time. Very co founded a social media agency and that crowd funding platform venture ag which we then sold a year later to a publicly listed company. Then came i second immigration. This time with my family to bangkok and then kind of opportunity presented itself better typical soon network connections to join the data flow group at that time it was headquartered in hong kong meanwhile headquartered in dubai and data flow is doing esp primary source verification. Since two thousand six. And i was given a quite broad mandate look at. How can this be more digitized. And let's face it. I'd say verification is not the most sexy topic on the face of this earth but maybe it's also reason why nobody has looked at that. So i tried to exactly that so i kind of became a co founder of true profile. I oh really put the individual and implement into the center so we launched the first version of something called data flow plus dot org some four years ago and that subsequently into a troop profile. I o which. I'm now running in a shared responsibility with my esteemed koha alejandro coca from spain. Who is focusing on the commercial business part while i focus on the product and tech parts so in hindsight maybe it is possible to the dotes. I'd say my personal motivation here in the common thread has been never stop being curious. Never stop learning and never stop willing to make a move into a new uncharted territory. I can see. I can see many changes in geography and also in the business. If i may just add. I think it's really interesting. Because listen to some eighty percent of your podcast. I learned a hell of a lot. And i think what you're doing. You're doing a great service of building. This industry of digital identity from identity for people identity for technical system like api is than also what our policies locations or. What is the identity of a legal entity. So i found this area's always very separate and you're kind of bringing them under one umbrella where they belong. And i hope that maybe today. I can contribute. Another facets around verified credentials which are useful in particular in an hr context into your realm of digital

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India starts 'world's biggest' COVID-19 vaccination drive

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:54 min | Last month

India starts 'world's biggest' COVID-19 vaccination drive

"The world's biggest national vaccination campaign is now underway. Not in the U. S. But India today's the first day that Indians congrats the Corona virus vaccine and the Indian government aims to inoculate 300 million people by July. NPR's Lauren Frayer is in Mumbai. Lauren. Thanks so much for being with us. Thanks for having me Scott 300 million people is almost the entire population of the United States and they're going to vaccinate them all in less than six months. How do they plan to do it? Yes, So, of course, it's only about 20% of this country, and that's just the first batch. It'll take a couple years to vaccinate all nearly 1.4 billion Indians. But India is doing this in much the same way it organizes elections, which is spread out over weeks. Here, they're using voter rolls to identify people and just like poll workers carry Elektronik voting machines up to mountaintop monasteries and villages in the jungle. They have these mobile medical teams to bring vaccines on ice to the remote ist places in India. Now, most of the vaccines centers that open today are in hospitals in big cities like in Mumbai, where I am and we know today's the first day. What's the scene? Like in Mumbai? There's an atmosphere of excitement. It's frontline and health workers. Some of these air sanitation workers who are among the first one's getting vaccinated. Some of them got flowers from well wishers. Government ministers are crowding in everybody's trying to take Photos here is the dean of a medical school in Chennai. Her name is our Jayanti and truly a very privileged beneficially today. And I'm feeling absolutely fine. It's almost more than five minutes inside of the news. I'm feeling great. Now she's in the first group of 30 Million Frontline workers. Next in line is anyone over 50 or with a pre existing condition and which vaccine or vaccines? Is India using? Yes, so there are two in use here, one developed by Oxford University and the big pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca. The other is from an Indian company called Bharat Biotech. Both are being manufactured inside India. India is the world's biggest vaccine maker. And so a lot of the covert vaccines being used around the world will actually be mass manufactured right here in people choose. No, they can't and that is a bit of a controversy because most Indians will get the AstraZeneca won. The local manufacturer here is turning out about 100 million doses a month. Now half of those are for export. The other vaccine. Indian one is still in phase three clinical trials in data isn't yet out. Here is one of the critics. Deena's talk or is a public health activist. It may very well be a good vaccine. It's just that we don't know enough about except fricassee. Concerned absence off the efficacy data. I mean, people are asking the question talking. Why? Why did you do that? Why did the government approved this vaccine is what he's asking. And what does the government say? Well, the drug regulator says it wanted to have more than one vaccine available for Indians, the company behind the vaccine. Bharat Biotech, says its formula is 200% safe. There's really some speculation that the government just approved this out of pride really that it wanted to approve an Indian maid vaccine alongside one from a big multinational company like AstraZeneca. We've done stories here, of course, about hesitancy among some Americans about taking the vaccine. I wonder if that's reflected in India, too. It's much less of a thing in India. Actually, India managed to eradicate polio and lots of other diseases through big vaccine drives like this. India also has the second highest Covad caseload in the world behind the U. S. The viruses Devastated the Indian economy. And so there's a hope that you know this. This vaccination campaign allows India to return to normalcy.

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India Covid Vaccine Campaign Begins

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:51 min | Last month

India Covid Vaccine Campaign Begins

"Vaccination campaign is now underway and not in the U. S. But India today's the first day that Indians congrats the Corona virus vaccine and the Indian government aims to inoculate 300 million people. By July. NPR's Lauren Frayer is in Mumbai. Lauren. Thanks so much for being with us. Thanks for having me Scott 300 million people is almost the entire population of the United States, and they're going to vaccinate them all in less than six months. How did they plan to do it? Yes, So, of course, it's only about 20% of this country, and that's just the first batch. It'll take a couple years to vaccinate all nearly 1.4 billion Indians. But India is doing this in much the same way it organizes elections, which is spread out over weeks. Here, they're using voter rolls to identify people. And just like poll workers carry Elektronik voting machines up to mountaintop monasteries and villages in the jungle. They have these mobile medical teams to bring vaccines on ice to the remote ist places in India. Now most of the vaccines Centers that opened today are in hospitals and big cities like in Mumbai, where I am and we know today's the first day. What's the scene? Like in Mumbai? There's an atmosphere of excitement. It's frontline and health workers. Some of these air sanitation workers who are among the first one's getting vaccinated. Some of them got flowers from well wishers. Government ministers are crowding in everybody's trying to take Photos here is the dean of a medical school in Chennai. Her name is our Jayanti. I'm truly a very privileged beneficially today. And I'm feeling absolutely fine. It's almost more than five minutes inside of the news. I'm feeling great. Now she's in the first group of 30 Million Frontline workers. Next in line is anyone over 50 or with a pre existing condition and which

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"mumbai" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

SPORTS GOOFS

04:03 min | Last month

"mumbai" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

"In that league and ni- the super kings. They have a winning record against every team in the league except for the mumbai indians. That is the rivalry that is going on over there. The indians play at think. It's called man. Wankhede stadium i. I don't know if i'm pronouncing that correctly or not or wang yue handke's nothing l if they do have a baseball team in at any point in the future. I think that should be the name. The winky yankees which is located in the city of mumbai it was opened in nineteen seventy four holds about thirty three thousand one hundred eight people it has hosted three world cups including the two thousand eleven championship cop or whatever were india beat sri lanka and was the first team I team to ever win on their home turf in cricket world cup history. There you go. that's that's the mumbai indians. everybody. I don't know if you want to jump into learning a bit about cricket andrew. I guess we could do. Well kirk me that my friend might be willing to come on. I'm going to defer so we'll we'll defer to sometime later this season we will have somebody sit down and be like all right. So why do they wear those funny helmets. And we'll We'll figure it out. We'll figure it out from there. Why is the stick flat. Why is everybody running around in circles. I have no idea so But of course cricket many would say are i guess it is. It historically was the inspiration for baseball. So maybe there will be some things that will translate and we'll finally get it when somebody can sit down and explain it to us us uncultured swine. So that's uncultured swine the first one for two thousand and twenty one. Those guys feel a little more cultured Yeah yeah i feel what they. They missed opportunity by not calling team by mumbo. I mean you know maybe this is just my my commonalities by bollywood's cooler by his dance. I'm just saying wrong with it. Mambo mambo sounds awesome. Yeah then you have linked vegas's your everybody coming to the cricket field your mom looking. Okay all right. I guess we could move on wjr boy. I guess i'll throw out some nhl news. Because i'm trying to get back into hockey like i used to with the panthers. I wrote an article on litterbox cats and it will be published. I guess some time this week so that would be fun but Yeah hockey news. We'll do some of that. So let's do that hockey all right so because of the virus. Something's changed of course. The winter classic was canceled. This all star game was cancelled here in florida. Which is unfortunate for us. 'cause we could have seen some of the festivities the san jose sharks because they play in santa clara county have been kicked out of the county because they're not allowing any contact sports whatsoever. It's the reason. Why the san francisco forty niners playing arizona. So the sharks have moved to arizona and are doing their training camp and sharing with the arizona coyotes for the time being. They're going to be on the road to start out the season. I think like their first eight games and they will see what will happen from their allowed. Back in i think the cow palace which is somewhere outside of san francisco. I think that county.

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India tests vaccine delivery system with nationwide trial

All Things Considered

00:49 sec | Last month

India tests vaccine delivery system with nationwide trial

"India is conducting mock drills nationwide to test its Corona virus vaccine delivery system. She should meet a pot talk reports. The country plans to start mass vaccinations this month mark vaccinations are underway at more than 250 sites across India. I thought it D C the dried on and wolves checking the entire process. How is the vaccine being stored? Is it being administered correctly? Authorities that also testing an online platform for monitoring vaccine delivery. A panel of experts approved India's first covert 19 vaccine for emergency use the AstraZeneca one on Friday Ah, formal announcement of the clearance is expected soon. By summer, India plans to vaccinate 300 Million people that includes 30 million health care workers in frontline workers who will get the short at no cost for NPR news. I'm such me to partake in Mumbai.

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Sesame Street creates Rohingya Muppets to help refugee children

NPR News Now

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Sesame Street creates Rohingya Muppets to help refugee children

"New friends but they don't live on sesame street. They live in refugee camps in bangladesh. Along with other rohingyas genocide in myanmar mar. Trish mito potluck has more from by sesame street has unveiled its first rohingya. Muppets six old twins. Lure and then they live in bangladesh in cox's bazar the largest refugee settlement in the world sesame workshop the nonprofit behind sesame street says the rohingya muppets are part of an initiative to bring early education to displease children and help them deal with trauma. The new muppets will appear in rohingya language videos on matt and signs in two thousand seventeen hundreds of thousands of rohingyas fleeing to neighboring bangladesh after facing extreme violence in myanmar almost sixty percent of them are children for npr news. I'm sushmita partook in mumbai all

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Interview with John David Washington

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

02:42 min | 5 months ago

Interview with John David Washington

"John David Washington who is the protagonist in Christopher Nolan's tenant talks about the stunt work they challenged me greatly Is. Groundbreaking stunt stunt work towards Katelyn Jackson Speidel fight coordinator, and all the guys were working together Groundbreaking we this has never been done ever in cinematic history cinema history and. These moves the way we're we're operating So creating them creating what we were doing and kind of finding it together with me I'll never forget it I'm so extremely proud of because we can say. I can say it was a part of what they started. You know how action films can start to be a shot and performed. It's really exciting. There were many fantastic shooting locations. I enjoyed basically every. Pretty much every stop and we made a you know someone challenging and others if you get seasick probably more challenging for you but I had an incredible time in Indiana heights as well. Speaking of India jumping off or jumping over a balcony climbing over balcony from that high up was quite challenging and I I I had a different relationship with heights before that movie. But now I say we're closer heights and I I think we're going to be okay you know it was lowered for a second put. I. Loved Mumbai. Loved Him Fico slicing across the Mediterranean on a boat that I got Dr Looking as cool as possible in the coolest clothes ever provided by Jeffrey I? You know that's the dream. Know I, kind of like the old school of not using as much green screen. Here's John David Washington. gave us a huge advantage when when thinking about an event film you most we see green screen and most of us audience members can tell me we when they're good. We're not as distracted but when they're bad, it kind of takes it's it takes you out of it. Well, that's not the case Christopher Nolan and he might he might be arguably the best event filmmaker in the. Game. So as an as an actor, it's extremely as it's an extreme advantage being able to use the real elements around us that we can use for the performance and it goes to show for me for my in my opinion why he loves and appreciates performance. So well, because he knows that we will affect us in a different way and we'll connect to it even deeper. And turn the audience while at the same time because he's relying on the characters in the performance to take the audience to the journey of these wide, you know huge scale and mass of set piece worlds that he creates.

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India Surpasses Brazil, Moves Into 2nd Place For COVID-19 Cases

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:49 min | 6 months ago

India Surpasses Brazil, Moves Into 2nd Place For COVID-19 Cases

"The United States still has more corona virus cases than any other nation on Earth but India is catching up the US for the record has more than six point two million cases. India is now second in the world with four point two, million Joanna slater is the India Bureau chief for The Washington Post and is on the line from New Delhi. Welcome to the program. Punky what's going wrong in India Well India is in a very difficult predicament. At the moment it has a situation where the number of infections is large and accelerating and the economy is hobbled and there's no sign that infections have peaked. So it's really just it's just a very, very tough situation although I'm thinking about four point two million is an appalling number of cases but we are talking about a country of more than a billion people were I suppose it it might be possible for this to be happening and you don't even realize it. Do you do you? Do you sense it as you walk along the streets of New Delhi that something is happening here You certainly sense it into a far as you see people wearing masks most of the people here are wearing masks but not all of them, and once again there traffic jams in Delhi, for example, where I live. And things have basically reopened after a very severe lockdown earlier earlier this spring. So you don't necessarily see it in the streets, but there is, of course, a growing sense of concerned at at the number of cases and how quickly they're rising our hospitals doing. Hospitals at the moment are holding up. There was a moment earlier in the outbreak in May and June when it really did look like the healthcare system was going to buckle in places like Mumbai and Delhi meter, we spoke to a number of families who had just desperate searches for hospital beds for their loved ones only to be turned away again and again. And told that the hospitals were full in those two big cities, the situation ease a little bit over the summer. But now it is it is getting worse again, and one of the other worrisome things that's happening now is the virus is moving or has moved from India cities to its vast hinterland where the health system is is even less equipped to cope. Joiner, you've mentioned a few elements that can affect the spread of the corona virus talked about lockdown and a reopening. You talked about people wearing masks. Does the government have a clear strategy and clear set of priorities here and if so what are they? The government has had different priorities different points in time it tried implementing severe lockdown with about four hours. Notice it shut down this entire country of one point, three billion people but the result was economic devastation. So it had to relax those restrictions. It had to reverse course, and that is the strategy it has adopted now, and that's the direction in which India is going toward progressive reopening. The only major thing that remains closed in India now is is schools. Whether the government is going to reassess that strategy or second-guessed that that strategy we don't now know now at the moment, but there is no no sign of it. I'm thinking about the current world leader in cases the United States the President President Trump's administration just as a statement of fact has had chaotic messaging. The president's often endorsed conspiracy theories contradicted his own public health officials, and of course, you have state officials going their own ways and attempting their own strategies. How does the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi Compares Prime Minister Modi. Threat and spoken about it clearly. Yes he has. That is a major difference between India and the United States and Brazil as well. So unlike president trump or president bolsonaro prime minister Modi has downplayed the virus or told Indian citizens to go about their normal lives. He has consistently talked about the virus as a very dangerous threat and from the beginning has appeared in public with either Moscow or face covering. Is it possible that that the speed of this virus is going to cause a lockdown whether the government does it or not people are just not going to be willing to go about their lives As of now, I don't think so because the silver lining if I can use that term is that the number of deaths in India according to official statistics it's still relatively low. So there's not that same public pressure that you might see. Elsewhere. The slater, thanks for the update. Really appreciate it. Having. Joanna's slater is the India Bureau chief for The Washington Post and she's a New Delhi.

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The rise of vaccine nationalism  should we be worried?

Science Friction

05:13 min | 6 months ago

The rise of vaccine nationalism should we be worried?

"So hell, we end this pandemic by making sure everyone in the world gets access to treatments or vaccines could determine how we respond to the next one. The world's wealthiest countries, Astrid your amongst them have already BRCA deals with pharmaceutical companies to preorder more than two billion doses of corona virus vaccines that's according to the Journal. Nature those deals, of course are contingent on with the vaccines, a proven safe and effective, and that's big eve. Streaming, problematic calypso chocolate do is director of global health policy with the Santa Fe Global Development and professor in the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at imperial. College London obviously governments of wealthy countries heads to. Ten had to be seen to be acting and I totally appreciate the urgency over at all and I had the opportunity to talk to officials here from the UK government also from a European Commission. Now that set aside I think there's a number of issues with the current approach which ignores effectively the effectiveness questioned. The performance questions we're buying things were assuming we'll work. and. That means that goes are now shouldering the bulk of the risk. And they're shouldering the bulk of the is the commercial risk as well without being able to negotiate really on the price these things do come out scrambling is inevitable in my view economists professor I'd Hollas as President of incentives for Global, health, which aims to build a health impact fund to finance new treatments especially for neglected diseases but on the rise of Covid nineteen vaccine. Nationalism. He says one country that started off the United States has been explicit America first policy. In other countries the citizens were unlikely to be happy with their governments. If those governments came back to them with deal that said, we're just going to allow off the Americans to be vaccinated first, and then we'll take our turn along with all the citizens of the rest of the world. It's just became politically unfeasible. To do the right thing. So I think we're having the worst of every world. Really. So were engaging in a sort of an arms race where everybody's trying to out beat everybody else in buying things that we don't really know they will ever materialize or even if they do whether, they will work with the right product. So shouldering the risk as taxpayers effectively, we're doing it in a very bilateral fragmented fashion. So this undermines countries that are not as wealthy, and certainly the middle income countries have been left out of this conversation which I think is extremely problematic. So goelz plan says a global health community to support the low income countries through Garvey and effectively philanthropic subsidizing any successful vaccine doses. But then there's the vast majority of the world's. Forest people are living in very crowded conditions leaving middle income nations live in Nigeria Favila in in Brazil Brazilian cities, they live in Mumbai this country's middling concern necessarily going to qualify for this subsidy, but also not wealthy enough to engage in bilateral deals and behave the way the United Kingdom or the US are behaving been scandalous. I. Think that we haven't talked about these countries if the missing Middle Mrs add on a vaccine. What's the picture for the pandemic and getting on top of it? They will be disastrous for sure it will be disastrous. What will it be looking at situation where income countries close the borders a game where people are not admitted were basically sees. Stop people from moving around. We stop goods from moving around it. It's going to be absolutely disastrous situation is is certainly not desirable by what we want to have is as sensible efficient allocation of vaccines around the world. So. That the people who need to get back stated first everywhere get vaccinated first, and then we gradually progress in each country. Not instead vaccinating people who were very low risk in rich countries while people are at high risk in middle income and lower income countries are left unvaccinated that doesn't make any sense for the world is aside from the moral calculus here of yes. H Nation has an obligation to their own citizens. They also potentially have an obligation to the rest of the world because his biological imperative here isn't they this is a global pandemic. Yes. I'm mean one of the risks of course as if the viruses left to spread among people in lower income countries. At some point, it may mutate into a new form which existing vaccines don't offer protection against. So there is there is a reason for people in high income countries even people who don't care about poor people to say, let's just make sure that everyone gets vaccinated on a timely basis.

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India says coronavirus cases have crossed 4 million

BBC World Service

04:02 min | 6 months ago

India says coronavirus cases have crossed 4 million

"This hour in India, which has now had more than four million. Confirmed cases of Corona virus, and nearly 70,000 people have died of the infection in the country each day. India currently has the highest number of new cases of covert 19 in the world. All this comes as the country is trying to open up further its economy sort of sharp contraction earlier this week. From Mumbai, the BBC's India correspondent. You gotta let my report A bugle being played at the state funeral of India's former president Pro TEM McCarty, who died earlier this week. His coffin was carried by family members dressed in blue protective suits. He tested positive for covert 19 while in hospital for a brain surgery. His death on indicator

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India coronavirus cases top four million

BBC World Service

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

India coronavirus cases top four million

"Number of confirmed cases of covert 19 in India has passed four million. The surgeon infections in India is outpacing every other country in the world as the virus spreads beyond major cities into smaller towns and rural areas. You gotta let my is in Mumbai. The government has been highlighting that the number of deaths in India compared to the size of its population is lower than other countries badly hit. So far, they're only speculative theories for why that's the case. But if the virus continues to spread, even with a low depth treat, hundreds of thousands of Indian lives are at risk. And another lock down is not an option for an economy already in turmoil.

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University creates student avatars for virtual graduation ceremony

PRI's The World

01:47 min | 6 months ago

University creates student avatars for virtual graduation ceremony

"Everything is virtual these days. So it's probably not surprising to hear that the Indian Institute of Technology Campus in Mumbai held its graduation ceremony on Sunday online but this was not a run of the mill zoom call be HD. Pins ease open the idea. Bombay congregation twenty APP on by. I'm playing the mission. The university created a three D Avatar for each student in an APP they could watch that Avatar walk across a virtual stage to accept their diploma. Here's Deepak Verma who just finished his PhD in science and engineering the Actually Ossetia's stool royd autographs, front facing photograph side visiting program, and also art haydn snowboarding Verma lives some nine hundred miles from the Mumbai campus, which effectively closed in March because of covid. But he says the virtual convocation made him feel like he was back on campus. Feeling that if the, Viet, actually that digital some Lavar, some institution where people actually cared for us doing this pandemic also in there right through their best to actually invited us to campus and firm adds his Avatar really did look like him well, except for one thing. So, in my quarter gravitate sent a, it was a Mike Meyers autumn is my hair is like. A messy. The school also set up a virtual environment like a video game where students could visit their old dorms and interact with fellow students. Verma says the whole thing was much better than he expected they would have given the normal certificates and said goodbye. Event host burden right do do something be actually remember for a long period of time and I think they have managed deal who knows maybe in the future will be doing everything with virtual avatars.

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Toddler pulled alive from rubble of collapsed building in India where at least 5 people died

All of It

00:26 sec | 6 months ago

Toddler pulled alive from rubble of collapsed building in India where at least 5 people died

"India, Rescue workers pulled a toddler alive from the rubble of a five story apartment building nearly a day after a collapsed at least five people died. More than a dozen remain missing about 200 people lived in that building in Mahad, which is about 90 miles south of Mumbai. Crews working in the rain or attempting to stabilize parts of the building, as the shirts continues because of the collapse isn't known, but police say legal action is being taken against the builder.

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India's virus caseload tops 3 million as disease moves south

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

India's virus caseload tops 3 million as disease moves south

"India is now leading the world with new coronavirus infections the disease has mostri impoverished rural areas in the north and the wealthier but older populations of the south health authorities reported over sixty nine thousand new cases bringing the total to over three million cases have leveled off in India's two largest cities Mumbai and Danny as new hot spots for the most in the rural areas of Utah Pradesh and the country's golden bee house states as well as several southern states India has the third highest case load off to the United States and Brazil I'm Karen Thomas

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Author Chat With Supriya Kelkar

Books and Boba

05:44 min | 6 months ago

Author Chat With Supriya Kelkar

"Everyone here. Cal Tar. The author of American Premiere Pie, as well as a him Sir. Thank you. For joining us today. Thank you so much for having me. So how has it been with? With the pandemic like are you getting any writing done or has it just in chaos for you? It's yeah. It's pretty much been chaos I I I have three small kids at home. So as soon as virtual learning started, I pretty much had to stop writing for a bit. I used to write at like ten o'clock after they would sleep before the pandemic but it was my new year's resolution to not do that and to sleep better. But I'm back to staying up till one am except I'm just like staring at tiktok videos and I'm not doing anything productive because I don't know that's my stress relief right now though everyone's gotTa Cope Right. Totally get to staying up watching just whatever yeah. Today I guess before we get into our questions can you let listeners know? What the book is about. Yeah. So American as Veneer Pie is the story of Laker who is the only Indian American in her small town in Michigan and Lak- feels like she has two versions of herself. There's home Laker who loves watching Bollywood Movies and eating Indian. Food. And School AK- pins her hair over her birthmark and avoids confrontation at all costs especially when someone tease her for her culture. When a racist incident rocks lead co small town she realizes she must make a choice whether to continue to remain silent or find her voice before it's too late. So the book takes place in the Midwest and as I understand it, you also grew up in the Midwest What was your upbringing like? Yes. So it was very similar to lay Kaz I grew up in a small town in Michigan and. The only indian-american or the kid in in town but there are just a handful of us. It wasn't a very diverse town You know we had a rock thrown through our window Someone wrote put a comb in that rat's nest and permanent marker on my locker and high school. There were plenty of incidents of micro aggressions and other ing and you know very obvious racism when I was growing up. So I put a lot of that into Lak- story as well. And how did you get into writing was writing something that you've always done as a kid or was that something that? Came later in your life yeah. It was when I was in third grade, our teacher had us all right these little stories and he bound them as hardcover books and I thought it was so cool to see my name on the cover I decided right then and there that I was going to grow up and be an author somewhere around middle school that dream changed to wanting to become a bollywood screenwriter. So after college I started working as a Bollywood screenwriter would travel back and forth between Mumbai and look. And Michigan and I did that for well over a decade before before my first book, him so was published. So as a screenwriter, did you use a beat sheet for writing by chance? I do so I definitely right all my novels out with a beat cheat first, and then I outlined them I, I write my novels. right my screenplays when I'm prepping them out. So there's a lot of planning a lot of outlining use a three act structure and then I start writing the book. Do you actually follow your cheat. I do. I. So I learned screenwriting at the University of Michigan from Jim Bernstein and he is a screenwriter as well as they. Instructor there, and he sort of you know drilled into us that its structure structure structure. So I spent a long time working on the structure before I actually go to the book and so then that structure pretty much stays the same. Yeah. I was really curious about that because I studied screenwriting in college and Again, it's all about structure. It's all about having your beats there yet but a lot but a lot of the times it depended on the assignment for me I will have their there were cases where I had every single scene like outlined, and then there were scripts where I was like I have the beats but I'm probably not GonNa follow it at all. Writing is unpredictable it yeah. But that's really cool that you actually follow your beats than you have such tight structure for your books because novel writing it's it's a massive project you don't have like. 'cause like scripts are like ninety, two, hundred, ten pages, and you know there are very strict rules to to adhere to write a novel writing. It's just. It's free game. Yeah and much longer like when I first started writing books my editor on a him. So as like you know, you have to pause and take a second to describe what people are wearing and what the scenery looks like. You know because from a screenwriting background, you don't do that because there is a costume designer and there's a set decorator and there are other people to take care of all those details. So it took a bit of retraining to get get. into novel writing but I I do definitely depend heavily on the screen writing background

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Author Chat With Supriya Kelkar

Books and Boba

05:44 min | 6 months ago

Author Chat With Supriya Kelkar

"Everyone here. Cal Tar. The author of American Premiere Pie, as well as a him Sir. Thank you. For joining us today. Thank you so much for having me. So how has it been with? With the pandemic like are you getting any writing done or has it just in chaos for you? It's yeah. It's pretty much been chaos I I I have three small kids at home. So as soon as virtual learning started, I pretty much had to stop writing for a bit. I used to write at like ten o'clock after they would sleep before the pandemic but it was my new year's resolution to not do that and to sleep better. But I'm back to staying up till one am except I'm just like staring at tiktok videos and I'm not doing anything productive because I don't know that's my stress relief right now though everyone's gotTa Cope Right. Totally get to staying up watching just whatever yeah. Today I guess before we get into our questions can you let listeners know? What the book is about. Yeah. So American as Veneer Pie is the story of Laker who is the only Indian American in her small town in Michigan and Lak- feels like she has two versions of herself. There's home Laker who loves watching Bollywood Movies and eating Indian. Food. And School AK- pins her hair over her birthmark and avoids confrontation at all costs especially when someone tease her for her culture. When a racist incident rocks lead co small town she realizes she must make a choice whether to continue to remain silent or find her voice before it's too late. So the book takes place in the Midwest and as I understand it, you also grew up in the Midwest What was your upbringing like? Yes. So it was very similar to lay Kaz I grew up in a small town in Michigan and. The only indian-american or the kid in in town but there are just a handful of us. It wasn't a very diverse town You know we had a rock thrown through our window Someone wrote put a comb in that rat's nest and permanent marker on my locker and high school. There were plenty of incidents of micro aggressions and other ing and you know very obvious racism when I was growing up. So I put a lot of that into Lak- story as well. And how did you get into writing was writing something that you've always done as a kid or was that something that? Came later in your life yeah. It was when I was in third grade, our teacher had us all right these little stories and he bound them as hardcover books and I thought it was so cool to see my name on the cover I decided right then and there that I was going to grow up and be an author somewhere around middle school that dream changed to wanting to become a bollywood screenwriter. So after college I started working as a Bollywood screenwriter would travel back and forth between Mumbai and look. And Michigan and I did that for well over a decade before before my first book, him so was published. So as a screenwriter, did you use a beat sheet for writing by chance? I do so I definitely right all my novels out with a beat cheat first, and then I outlined them I, I write my novels. right my screenplays when I'm prepping them out. So there's a lot of planning a lot of outlining use a three act structure and then I start writing the book. Do you actually follow your cheat. I do. I. So I learned screenwriting at the University of Michigan from Jim Bernstein and he is a screenwriter as well as they. Instructor there, and he sort of you know drilled into us that its structure structure structure. So I spent a long time working on the structure before I actually go to the book and so then that structure pretty much stays the same. Yeah. I was really curious about that because I studied screenwriting in college and Again, it's all about structure. It's all about having your beats there yet but a lot but a lot of the times it depended on the assignment for me I will have their there were cases where I had every single scene like outlined, and then there were scripts where I was like I have the beats but I'm probably not GonNa follow it at all. Writing is unpredictable it yeah. But that's really cool that you actually follow your beats than you have such tight structure for your books because novel writing it's it's a massive project you don't have like. 'cause like scripts are like ninety, two, hundred, ten pages, and you know there are very strict rules to to adhere to write a novel writing. It's just. It's free game. Yeah and much longer like when I first started writing books my editor on a him. So as like you know, you have to pause and take a second to describe what people are wearing and what the scenery looks like. You know because from a screenwriting background, you don't do that because there is a costume designer and there's a set decorator and there are other people to take care of all those details. So it took a bit of retraining to get get. into novel writing but I I do definitely depend heavily on the screen writing background

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Anni Hindocha

Casefile True Crime

04:07 min | 6 months ago

Anni Hindocha

"And He's close Knit Hindu family were of Indian heritage and had immigrated to the southern Swedish town of Mariestad before she was born. Although any had moved away. She returned to her family home muffin maintaining a close relationship with her father mother older sister and younger brother. In two, thousand nine and his aunt who was the families expert match Banca introduced her to a young man named Shrayan Johnny. Twenty nine year old sheldon was two years older than any, and it was from the English city of bursts though. Like any, Hey, had Hindu parents and was one of three children with an older brother and a younger sister. Shrayan, had an economics degree from Manchester University and worked for his family successful business running nursing himes throughout England's Westcountry. Although any industry and lived in different countries, they soon struck up a long distance friendship. During a visit to London any went on her first date with when They attended a West end performance of lying king before having dinner at upmarket. Fusion restaurant. Couple had a wonderful time with trae in particularly locking the way. Any made him laugh. Despite the long distance, their relationship blossomed In February two, thousand ten, and he decided to relocate to the United Kingdom a move that would help develop a connection with train. Have Bothe- Vinod and mother Milan gave her their blessing. And he quit her job at Ericsson and on March one she moved in with her cousin in Luton. Town about fifty kilometers north west of London. Shortly after the move any cold her parents to announce that things were going well with her and train and that she had been welcomed by his family. Several. Weeks Light Up v Gnawed into nealon traveled to the UK to make trains parents. That was a whirlwind visit that included often tae a tour of Bristol and Dana at an Indian restaurant. By the end of the evening, everyone agreed that the meeting had gone well. On June Tan Sri until Gani to Paris on a private jet. After giving any a design address and Christian Dior. Shoes Shrayan took her out for dinner at the Ritz Hotel. Instead of desert any was presented with a diamond engagement. Ring Worth Twenty Five. Thousand Pounds. The couple begin planning their wedding. Day initially wanted to get married into by, but after an impromptu visit to India they fell in love with Mumbai and decided to have the wedding there instead. Anne in Sri in planned to have old traditional Hindu ceremonies. But because they wouldn't be legally binding, they would make the marriage official at a UK registry office after their honeymoon. On Thursday October Twenty Eight, two, thousand, ten, the wedding festivities began at Mambas Rene Songs Hotel. Lavish celebrations lasted for three days costing the Hinduja and Diani families around two hundred, thousand pounds altogether. The wedding concluded on Saturday October thirty with a reception held by the Wani's. Photos captured the newlyweds beaming with any dressed in a blue and green. Sorry and in wearing a silver outfit with a scarf that complimented he's broads. After the reception, the couple farewelled their loved ones with Anne, and her family weeping as they said day. Goodbyes.

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"mumbai" Discussed on Little News Ears

Little News Ears

06:23 min | 7 months ago

"mumbai" Discussed on Little News Ears

"NC. You Four. Names Bram. And I'm Jake Brim. Sad. But some people call me bucks, brew. And here's the news. He Dad. I farted. Bram I don't want to hear that anymore. I flirted. Brad I going to say that anymore remember we just we just read that story. I mental floss right Oh you mean how you can get disease from farting. US But I'm I'm wearing pants dad. Brand listen if you have to pass gas or break wind or whatever you WANNA call it stop talking about it. I. Don't care. Just go somewhere fumigate who gay everybody. Sorry you're in the middle of A. Little tiff between Mike that it's going to be okay, I'm pretty sure today. As. For Two, thousand, twenty and. I'm happy to see you today's anti-bullying day Bram. It's like it's like you're bullying me with your ear noxious gases all who so I don't know about you but I'm I'm very against bullying. You. Know. melania trump. She's against bullying to something. Really important. The country, we should do just like stand up basically just say, no stop bullying me and just just don't be afraid. Patty. So our first story is really sad news all this time during the pandemic I thought to myself. Wow. As a as a country as a world, we're doing pretty good. You know we're not committing crimes right? Doing bad things. I don't commit crimes. Nine people in general are are not doing that brand new understand. Yes. So you're talking about. Restaurant break-ins the burglaries yes. So around the country especially in the cities but I don't know. Bad people they're going into restaurants, they're. Taking liquor and they're taking. They're taking ipads and things like that. Oh. That's bad. Stop doing that everybody yes. Definitely. Stop doing that dude. So I'm really proud to some of my my dog you know friends out there. You know as you know, I'm a dog man half boxer half man basically but I love dogs and. There's a great story in mental floss once again. It's all about how Dogs University of Pennsylvania. School of Veterinary Medicine they're being trained to smell cove in nineteen. What that's crazy. What tecnimont smell couvert nineteenth the rise Bram with our noses we can smell all kinds of things. For example. I once was trained smell bedbugs. Oh, that's that's weird why we trained to smell bedbugs. Never, mine. Dogs can smell those kinds of things that they can smell things like malaria. Stolen Art Oh. That's so weird. Yes. Right now they're being trained for odor imprinting order imprinting. Yes. So they're smelling the saliva blood things like that of people who have covid nineteen with the ideas in the future maybe we can use dogs an who is infected. Who These Gosh. So. This is the first time we've ever talked about location them or fifteen. Well, this story is not really an location fifteen, but it's not so far. We're talking about Tanzania right now. Oh Tanzania and I didn't place I would love to go. Africa looks beautiful. Yes. So there is a sort of like mort drucker. We talked about who passed away recently he wrote satires Sinai I don't remember I don't we actually use the word satire did we satire is when you make fun of something, right so mort drucker do that and so does this man rotate God free mom Pemba and he's he also goes by the name of Gado and he's for thirty years. He's making fun of things like for example, he had a drawing about Donald Trump dress naked emperor. Oh, that's like that's I mean isn't it? He's trying to provoke people provoke. It means like get them to think something you know kind of like Thomas Nast ago do that in America with political cartoons It doesn't matter. So He's made fun of many many things in the past. He's made fun of Uber taking advantage of drivers. He Made Fun of China coming into Africa too much, and now he's making fun of Covid nineteen. How can you sort of Covid nineteen hundred understand that? Well, you know there are many conspiracy theories and one thing about boxer blue box not like conspiracy theories. Yes. My Dad does not conspiracy theories. That conspiracy theories when you think there's like a secret reason why everything's happening but you don't off the Mainstream media doesn't tell you like, for example, a very queasy conspiracy to. Longtime Ball McCartney of the Beatles has been down for decades and decades. Yes. It makes no sense I don't want to throw. But anyway, Gado, he's making fun of many many Tanzanians and other Africans there. You know there are a lot of conspiracy theories about all the virus. And so there's one cartoon that he's not really conspiracy theory, but he's making fun of how people are profiting making money. Eighteen by selling. Drugs that don't make the Golden. Only Gosh. That's terrible. Jewish. Crimson Wing Crimson Wing. Oh, you mean the Disney movie all about the MINGO 's Bram. You didn't even want to watch. What are you talking about going nobody? Goes. To tell you about a Mumbai India. That's the one, hundred, fifty, thousand legal everywhere. So, this is like Flamingo Mating season or a little bit after Mingo. Meeting season meetings in Ottawa number. But because of Covid, nineteen people in India. We are in America, and so there are all these pink flamingos everywhere. It sounds beautiful sounds like there's a lot of bird poop do Douche so as We like to me about the time. They have all these quirky weird article. Sometimes, an author name is Karen Jarmo Hope I'm pronouncing that correctly. I'm sorry I'm saying it wrong. So took about how scientists of course.

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"mumbai" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:20 min | 8 months ago

"mumbai" Discussed on AP News

"Confirmed a coronavirus cases Kustoff 1000000 in India last week as the country ramped up testing efforts conducted more than 170 0 tests on Sunday and more to come this week total screening underway in Mumbai's pool neighborhoods aiming to identify coronavirus infection hot spots Mumbai and New Delhi the become the worst hit cities in India with police in Mumbai reimposing lockdowns in some areas India has now nearly 550 0 reported cases the fourth highest globally but the true figure is thought to be far higher because many people have not been tested and studies suggest people can be infected with the virus without feeling sick I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"mumbai" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:20 min | 8 months ago

"mumbai" Discussed on AP News

"Confirmed a coronavirus cases Kustoff 1000000 in India last week as the country ramped up testing efforts conducted more than 170 0 tests on Sunday and more to come this week total screening underway in Mumbai's pool neighborhoods aiming to identify coronavirus infection hot spots Mumbai and New Delhi the become the worst hit cities in India with police in Mumbai reimposing lockdowns in some areas India has now nearly 550 0 reported cases the fourth highest globally but the true figure is thought to be far higher because many people have not been tested and studies suggest people can be infected with the virus without feeling sick I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"mumbai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"mumbai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Legislation and she's on the line from our bureau in Mumbai he learned hi Noel so what is this new law say what does it mean so the law makes undocumented migrants eligible for passports it's sort of like a a path to citizenship like an amnesty India has very strict citizenship laws if you come into the country without a visa you normally have no path to citizenship and this law changes that it grants passports to religious minorities from three neighboring countries Pakistan Afghanistan in Bangladesh there's a majority Muslim countries but to be eligible for this you have to be Christian Hindu Buddhist seek or a member of a couple other smaller fates you cannot be Muslim so that exclusion of Muslims is what has many people upset they say this law violates the secularism and equal rights in trying to in India's constitution and today opposition lawmakers filed an appeal to the Supreme Court the president has not yet signed it into law but already it faces legal challenges okay so at the heart of this is that people are protesting because they see this law not as something that helps people from these other faiths but as Peeta but as a law that the I. B. is basically on its face anti Muslim yes some people are protesting because of that the law doesn't apply to many persecuted groups in South Asia who happened to be most ones like the opportunities in Pakistan the house are as in Afghanistan rocking the Muslims there are hundreds of thousands of them in refugee camps in neighboring Bangladesh in this doesn't apply to them but lots of protests over this are in awesome that's one of the most diverse state in India's northeast and it's where immigration is a very sensitive issue people are worried that undocumented migrants as they become legal will stay permanently will dilute local culture will compete for local jobs and two people are not some are angry because I also that's where the government is conducting something called the NRC the national register of citizens it's like this local census designed to root out undocumented migrants and about two million people most of the Muslims have been unable to provide documents to prove their citizenship and are therefore slated to lose it even people whose families have been here for generations so an awesome all this is happening at the same time that's why many there and elsewhere see this as unfair and by the way they have some support abroad Human Rights Watch Amnesty International even a U. S. government advisory panel have all called this law on fair and called it anti Muslim and that US panel went as far as to call for sanctions against India's home minister who introduced this introduced this bill that's interesting so the center of this is an awesome basically what the hell bigger the protest when using a curfew is in place this morning thousands of people defied that curfew though they burned tires in the streets it's evening now darkness has fallen things have gone quieter protests have actually been going on all week but earlier we saw vehicles burned up telephone poles toppled politicians homes vandalized dozens of protesters have been arrested tear gas was fired at them president and prime minister Narendra moody has called for calm he tweeted out a statement saying.

Mumbai Noel
"mumbai" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"mumbai" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"In Mumbai now Neeraj we've been talking about the I MF cutting its global growth forecast all throughout the show but that also includes a downgrade for the Indian economy you point out that Indian equity investors have actually been pretty down beat on the outlook for the Indian economy already why is that yeah Tracy and good afternoon to you and you can see that in the van equity market response has been not just for the small caps for for the large cap of the fly bears all of the Indian stock markets which also betting on boarding and economy does economy facing sectors are now starting to go down and it doesn't matter what the middle is doing in athletics in today's session do we are down in the session and the common to him almost all of those companies even if the results were good he's a vote off question and I think you're going to take that into calmness and frankly just one more child that I want to leave you with if you just look at what's happened as far as they knew in companies before his the nifty fifty come **** performance there are two lines all day on the job to and from the point of resistance the stocks affected but they're nowhere near the point of support to victims of violence as well are these companies have some weird to roll before the find some support so they can finally disponible about meters or looking wobbly when it comes to even the larger companies on the nifty fifty ending in four six back to you who doesn't love technical indicators from time to time thank you very much for those pointers so there it's so there let's talk about the United Kingdom now grows well it's going backwards when it comes to gender equality that's according to the coal fonder of diversity consultancy group the pipeline Luna Fitzsimmons told Bloomberg that companies can do more to move women up the corporate ladder call for investors to start putting their money behind the more diverse for clearly.

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"mumbai" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The heroes of the Mumbai attacks are memorialized on plaques across the city and here on marine drive. This is one of busiest seaside thoroughfares between a cricket field and the water there. Eighteen pillars. Eighteen police officers who lost their lives, but this is also where the terrorist. Landon the arrived by sea from Pakistan hijacked, fishing boats, and sleeting to a port a couple of hundred yards from here at Mumbai, southern Tim security has been increased a cow's diesel van and Dan became Mumbai. Police Commissioner just after the attacks. He's since retired from the force. He deployed bulletproof police boats along mambas coast embedded quick response teams across the city and updated police weapons back in two thousand eight they were still using World War Two Arab rifles this cinematic horror of what happened in Mumbai made hotels theaters shopping. Walls around the world ramp up security says Yvonne and Dan the metal detector industry, and the things that bloom little anything. Billion dollar business. Back at his clinic, just blocks from the Taj hotel. Doctor says his priorities have changed is Jane my life. Now, I was practicing delayed hours at night. Now, I'm not practicing too late hours of might is at least up in finished my work can ritual spending more time with family now he considers November twenty sixth the day of his survival. His new birthday, Lauren Freyer NPR news Mumbai. You're listening to all things considered from.

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"mumbai" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Just got this. Let you know that this is from Mumbai India. Jet Airways flight from by to Japan. You're was forced to turn back after around thirty passengers complained of knows an ear bleeds due to low pressure in the cabin. The b seven thirty seven aircraft sixty six guests and five crew landed normally Mumbai guests complained of pain and soon they were bleeding from their ears and their noses. And I'll tell you. It's it's hell to be flying. These days. If you're not worried about getting something making you sick, you're going to bleed through every orifice in your body when you're on a plane. That's not good. Not good. And see. That's the thing is that you know, all of these things are happening in patterns. So if you're well aware of patterns of you're well aware of what's happening, you pretty much figure out the truth pretty much. Or come down close. And that's the point the closer. You get in the more you're involved in the more. You see the more you start being analytical about it. You can pretty much figure out that first of all the story out of sunspots fake. It's not real. I'm sorry. You don't call in all the artillery for child pornography? It is don't I mean? Besides the police in the tarot sheriff's department probably could have handled that on their own then referred to the FBI the FBI shows up, and they shut down everything for some janitor. Who's watching kitty born, I don't I don't buy it. Just don't. Then they find that dead guy out there near white sands national monument. Nobody has any report about that. But that happened. So like, I said all this left is. All the conspiracy theory and. And so while we're waiting verdict on what happened, and I don't think we're going to find out. Truthfully. What happened there? I think there's so much involved with this. You know, that you know, you hear about what Sam said about the sun. And yes, of course, there was a crack in the magnetic field, and we did have a few CME. I have more people telling me sending me information saying that during that time frame you've been having power failures phone, spelling. These are the things that mean that we've been having either a Carrington event, and they didn't want us to know about it or something is happening in space. Something amazing, something terrifying. Perhaps I don't know something is happening in space. And there was a reason why they had to shut down. The sunspot site. Or then there's another reason why a lot of these sites like SoHo and others the solar observatories all were down there feeds were down. You couldn't get any information on. So no one could get information about the coronal black hole. That was just the last thing that people saw on the internet. Other people were sending me pictures of what appeared to be UFO's coming out of the sun. But I don't think they were UFO's. I think those were the plasma fragments because I mean to have anything show up like that have to be bigger than the earth. I don't think people understand that that when you see these things that look like UFO's, or what have you these things are bigger than the earth? I'm not saying that you have can't be bigger than the yard. But he's about the small planet towards our planets. So what do you want to call them coming out towards the planet? And they break down in space that takes them those millions of miles to get here and they break down. The smaller particles, and they can be harnessed. They can be harnessed. And I don't know what they use them for. But we have actually guns being used for things like dark matter experiments Sern. I mean, if you believe what Sam says harp, smack en- hammer, and you know, these are things that still need to be explored. But what was really difficult about? All the information was. When Christopher was on the program and he had a clearance in the navy for this type of stuff when we told them about hammering smacky says I don't comment on top secret projects. And then a children my spine. You don't comment on top secret projects because I told him I said, we're going to discuss this. And he said to me says, well, he says, I don't really feel you should. But it's your show. So I asked him the question, and he basically gracefully said, I do not comment on top secret projects. So it's hard to find information on that stuff. I'm sure. Very hard. But so now we have reports new revelations about coronal mass Jackson's. And there are a few hypothetical planet stories that have hit the deaths today. And even though the sun is in the least active period of its eleven year cycle solar minimum. The Coronas still vulnerable to the dark holes. We've talked about the open up inside the sun's atmosphere, and it just seems that the sun was showing this huge black coronal hole on the day of the closure. At sunspot. And there were observers that claimed that they were able to extract images of the UFO's, of course. And then, of course, the solar particles, the ones that are larger than the earth and some even claimed that a planet or let's just say this. They said that a spear silhouette of a smear was seen crossing in front of the sun. Before the closure. So what does that mean? Well, of course, rumors spreading roundabout, quiet. You're not you're not talking about the obvious thing. That's happening. And yeah, even be Michael Sweeney told me that or Michael Sweeney told me he said, he said, I need you to talk about planet x than I thought. It's a little bit of stretch. I don't know. But guess what guys?.

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"mumbai" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on Z104

"Can really, trust Mumbai artist joy, you my room Show Johnny carson Right Joey Show Zoos dirty, work, Wednesday. Rewind so, ladies if your husband was in another city and you call him in his hotel, room and this happened telling him the story about what happened to me at work and all of a, sudden I could hear this woman voice start, talking and then it just stopped And I'm like I'm sorry do, you have company or something Yes what was that other voice that was Julie who call us for dirty work and said that her husband is at a. Training thing. That she has to do every once a year I work he's in Pittsburgh staying at hotel called the Fairmont so guess. Who, we called while she was? Listening the Fairmont, Pittsburgh speaking, hi can I get room please Certainly thank you Oh. Hi mister Pearson Yes hi this is Shawn Mendez and calling you. From the front desk we got a call from a woman in your room saying that the hairdryer in. Your, bathroom, doesn't work Hang one Yeah.

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"mumbai" Discussed on Covert

Covert

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on Covert

"Floor on this doing brown obvious hit him it must be that was when always hits the leg because that's when i felt the fudd against my left left side of my body i felt my body one hundred eighty degrees and just brace myself again didn't move because if i did is johnson he come back and finish finish he intended to do he waited for something to happen huddled under the table and finally after a sustained attack the gunman fled into the night the dying and wounded were left to their fate when an ambulance arrived on the scene harnish was brought to a hospital for treatment sura was lucky as well but ten people were killed fish could be summoned to the hospital that night i saw across town two more gunmen were in attacks headed for the crowded central railway station reports started to come through that there was an incident developing in mumbai cbs news journalist amy gut men started to put together a report in london as suit tick biswas was monitoring the event for the bbc victoria terminus would be kin to an attack on grand central which has huge significance not just for new yorkers but for all americans for for its history for its sentimental value it's depicted in so many films so an attack on the main train station in incountry or in a major city like mumbai or new york i think it's strong resonance for americans for look at the station that's the busiest titian mumbai also has the largest of over and train network in india so a lot of the trash basically starts and ends at that station really iconex titian built by the british victorian architecture where he got looking as fame the gunman walked slowly through the crowded passenger hall at nine fifty three pm they pulled assault rifles from their bags and unleashed a devastating hail looks into the crown one hundred and four people were injured in fifty eight killed what we would have to a mobile tonight we would know evening time i think we just finished dinner and niece whose family in one way they were leaving for a holiday for gore and they were the train station vikram sood is the former head of india's foreign intelligence agency shooting us to say that you know something harder believes happening here and i think it's gang wolf it probably it's on tv and we are going home sleep put the phone down and with who's done the d and the my first reaction when i show so so the shorts i don't know why i said this is not gang warfare this is devastating and this is a commando kind of this man is well trained looks chain looks physically fit he's got the you know all the paraphernalia of the cycle begun wristwatch oh prepared for this i think this is not this devastation and the next question was who is a lush good got to retire the only ones who competent enough to do it the lashkar e taiba or a pakistani terrorist organization who are influenced by the way hobby sect of sunni islam their aim is to establish muslim rule over the entire indian subcontinent and they're willing to slaughter innocent men women and children to achieve that goal later intelligence believed that in two thousand eight they were funded by none other than osama bin laden but on the day of the attacks indian intelligence is only just getting wind of the situation army brigadier then cut rahman maha lingam was oblivious to the attacks until he saw them on tv he had been enjoying a night out with his wife when the attacks began i didn't know anything about it too i saw things that tv it was the first time why was on that day i had just gone out and got in and my wife told me that there is something like this happening fish on the tv and then i heard that the commander of the navy we're taking some action and initially i never expected the whole thing to be of this enormity and then after then stolley things started unfolding itself and another intelligence officer.

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"mumbai" Discussed on Covert

Covert

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on Covert

"Mumbai is the richest and most populated city in india it prides itself on its western influence and rich culture tim reid was doing business in the city in early november two thousand eight and sets the scene i'd flown in that morning from delhi was an early morning flight so it was a little bit red eyed and tired spent the day bottling sweep the city to various meetings driving around and then finally go to the hotel about night exhausted mumbai is a busy crazy hectic vials place slit assault on the senses you know the noise i like going out running quite often and i've never really go out to other cities where i have to run over dogs and people sleeping on the streets and all kinds of obstacles so it's it's a very entertaining place to go to to americans it's considered a wealthy city home to bollywood onto luxury be luxury hotels luxury boutiques home to backpackers but it's considered a very wealthy sitting in investment city that's amy gutten veteran reporter she was with cbs news bureau in london as the terrorists made their way to mom by around eight thirty pm the fishing boat carrying the militants arrived at the shore of mumbai not fall in the heart of the city now at their destination they killed the captain stepped onto shore the men were all heavily armed and carrying enough rounds and bombs for days of fighting to everyone else in the city centre the evening was like any other bustling with tourists and getting busier as the locals hit the streets for after work activities a short walk from the waterfront british tourist tarnished patel was enjoying a few drinks with a friend the world famous leopold cafe is an india in two thousand eight own way back to the uk foot christmas able cafes is a very popular around cafe a little west news locals and torres meet food and drink kool from walk into the bar mavis completely packed a real taken to a seat pretty much the back of the the the cafe nowhere to to move no scape no elvis not long after local journalists serov mishra arrived on the scene to meet up with friends my friends scaping kim dane say dead it's in you're going to find places to sit why do you call it bliss and it's it's the weight of you formulas inside who i was sitting sitting next to one good those is we started we had on gap your food the via it seemed like a pleasant normal evening out until mishra noticed to visitors acting strangely they didn't appear to be at the leopold to socialize me see this guy sitting in front of me another day move he's laughing i suddenly i see there's some sort of awesome some fighters dating see he's found them the food and everything is shattered then the bidding me i knew something wasn't quite right when i had done shot gun shot and what sounded like gloss took me at once two gunmen were firing fortysevens from the door spraying the cafe with bullets hornish took shelter under the small cafe table most shouts and screaming people rush around that point i notice eva site and clearly call from into the ball davis completely packed i will note scape we've know elvis during the exit does away office mentions we hadn't thought loan never over the the yet exits so fishery is just lockdown just brace myself and move we'll make any sound serov meanwhile had turned away from his conversation wondering what all the commotion was about when something hit his arm it took a minute for it to sink in is something happening on white you know i when they get out of the do i as we just wouldn't have been back blooming to having caught a text the i gus loss serov was bleeding but was still able to move he had been among the lucky able to escape the leopold cafe harnish meanwhile was still trapped inside their bodies the floor is covered and fick fick blood on a number of bodies and and you know westerners they've been injured and we'll just not moving everything went silent i've about point still didn't move is unsure what situation was i'm ben i heard suddenly sounded like note around caves go i was reloading then what i'm assuming is he made me shooting it valdis on the floor maybe people just sort of caught up on the.

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"mumbai" Discussed on Covert

Covert

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on Covert

"November twenty six two thousand eight karachi pakistan ten men gathered at a small harbour they lowered a small wooden boat into the arabian sea climbed aboard and motored towards a fishing vessel on the horizon as they drew up alongside the captain headed up on the death to see what was going on the ten men murdered the crew and forced the captain to change course setting sail from buy formerly known as bombay mumbai is the largest richest and most populous city in india their intent was to mercilessly massacre innocent people throughout the city in carefully coordinated terror strikes only one side of the guns the bodies of the guns the goodies had nothing this was india's nine eleven welcome to covert a show about the shadowy world of international espionage and top secret military operations these are some extremely extremely motivated and brave men the end is geez a highly specialized force designed and structured on the lines of some of the woods key and dozens special units like the sas gs jianye and has a certain component which would be picked up from others i'm jamie rene and i'm going to take you inside history's greatest special forces missions to learn about the brave soldiers who risked their lives to terminate the world's most wanted eliminate terrorist threats and protect countless innocent lives so.

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"mumbai" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"They can't find me again when the chemicals leave mumbai was gonna do that appeals good after days mom.

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"mumbai" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Fm me was in the they can't find me remember when the chemicals leave mumbai breathing ndo keep now who's gonna have to datu it feels like again as like a male after we breathe.

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"mumbai" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Salaam you remember when the chemicals leave mumbai as like a after we keeps who's gonna do that feels like keep sundays afternoon now.

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"mumbai" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Lead you choose was in the family three because magpie main you again hey i wasn't again a ghostly mumbai ghanaian zack kassian man has done langham may even after we would in the lamdong done it was keep the namely yes let us nice mm mm no sound the la pd tu wien a lot of.

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"mumbai" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Across india bangladesh and the paul at least twelve hundred people have been killed in the worst flooding to hit south asia in years heavy rain in india's biggest city mumbai brought the costa metropolis to a standstill with schools and offices closed on wednesday my colleague rob young spoke to the bbc's sir and jonah to worry from mumbai shantytowns are the worst affected lots of people living in the shantytowns they've got what coming to an end to their houses many of them live near the railway tracks and and that's one of the reasons that the transport network was so badly affected the cause the railway tracks are in some low lying areas and so that means that it rail network was down and this city of more than twenty million people hundreds of thousands of people rely on the trains to get to and from work every day the monsoon rains come every year why do you think mome buys authorities aw not prepared enough for them that's a question that many people are asking authorities are saying that there was around three hundred millimetres of rain in some parts of mumbai the infrastructure here is just not able to cope with the population numbers and the speed that construction is happening and the speed that buildings are going up moon by a very old drainage system and a lot of people are talking about plastic rubbish clogging waterways and and that being one of the reasons why so much of the city was submerged until mumbai really acts on it is.

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