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Mystery solved: Biden gets proof of family ties to India

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Mystery solved: Biden gets proof of family ties to India

"President Biden is hailing America's ties to India and getting answers about his own ties to the subcontinent with Indian prime minister Narendra Modiji in the oval office the president remembered getting a letter decades ago from a person named by last name in in Mumbai eight years later on a visit as vice president Thomas jobs you have five items in India the president says he found out about a captain George bye didn't in India long ago who stayed there and married an Indian woman and I've never been able to track it down through an interpreter hi hunted for documents mody said he brought that probably related to yes the president had earlier noted the two nations already share family ties four million Indian Americans make the United States stronger every single day Sager made Ghani Washington

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The Empress Sets Sail From Mumbai

Cruise Radio News Briefs

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

The Empress Sets Sail From Mumbai

"The former royal caribbean ship empress of the eases now sailing again at a new home the indian line cordelia cruises bought the vessel from royal. Last year shortening. Her name to simply empress and was refurbished last week. The vessel set sail on her first voyage from mumbai on a tonight cruise to nowhere. The ship is currently sailing at full capacity with fully vaccinated residents of

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"mumbai" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"mumbai" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Makes me feel so happy that can make someone else. Happy does nice cudi. You look up to I don't know her name. But like that really finished girl to gymnasts season. They expect to quit that mumbai her. she's awesome. what do you like about her. I like the t always like going. She's confident but i like she gets sometimes nervous. And then she knows that she can do it in the Does it is there anything that while you were growing up. Thought girls couldn't do or shouldn't do that. Your idea has sort of changed. I thought there is such thing as boy and girl. Colors like curls can only have pink and purple like boys like blue and orange and red but then in kindergarten there. Was this girl my class and you wanted to be boy and that changed my mind about everything having to be like a girl that has to be like can't not boy so when he became a he the whole thing. Change that for me. Yeah you can anything you are right. Yeah my favorite color is blue color..

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"mumbai" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"mumbai" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Mumbai. We got the open what? Seven minutes away looking positive. It comes against this backdrop of the country, saying that it may recorded unprecedented 600,000 new infections a day. If the country fails to boost the pace of vaccination and avert a third coronavirus wave, the National Institute disaster Management predicting a surge in cases as early as October. Discuss this and more with Dr Narendra Aurora Chairperson Covid 19 working Group of the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization. Thank you for joining us doctor. Well, give us a sense of where we are with the vaccination programme in India and this dire warning coming through So we started our forward vaccination program on 16 January 2021 as of yesterday. Almost 580 million doses have been Uh, his fence being administered. Now with that background, What is our target? Uh, we intend to immunize 9900 and 20 million individuals. Adults. By the end of this year that and give them to those is and that means our requirement is about 1.8 billion doses by that time. And, uh, the way our pipeline is that we should be able to reach and meet our target by the end of the year. Whole purpose is that we immunize as fast as possible. Uh, depending on the supplies, and we are totally kind of, uh, banking on indigenously manufactured vaccines and our estimated supply line do not take into account. Any of the vaccines from abroad. Wow. Well, what does it tell us about the new vaccines here as well? You got, uh, Zeidi's could illa and we've got also Jane and Jane. Various others. What are you going to be concentrating on it? Are you confident you have enough? Of them. Yes. So, uh, Cycle, as like a V D, which was given emergency use authorization. Uh, like two or three days ago, um, will contribute about 10 million doses a month. Mutual certainly increase our availability. But about major, uh, suppliers are part of bioattack and, uh, Serum Institute. Serum Institute of India is contributing almost, uh, 120 million doses per month. We are expecting that it will further in east to around 150 million doses a month or so. And borrowed biotech should also come up rapidly because of some initial glitches. There have been some delay, but in September we expect that they should also be providing us about 120 million doses. And then, uh, we have stewed neck, the Russian vaccine, which is which is manufactured by five or six companies within India. That plus Zico BD and another to vaccine manufacturers, and many vaccines are on the angle. One is biological is, uh, 14 Subunit vaccine which India has done. Advance purchase order. Uh, arrangement and the other is am RNA Indian, um, are in a vaccine Genova. And that should be also available. These companies are we are in their face three and they should be there, but they're already preparing the vaccines so by the end of this year We expect about $1.8 Million? Yes. So in next 44 months, September on 1st August has already gone so next four months we should be able to have about One going to $1.1 billion available for about people, okay? So 1.11 point two billion doctor. You know, this is increasingly becoming, as they have been mentioning in the U. S. To a pandemic of the under vaccinated and his concerns of another wave to in India. Tell us just again to that point. How worried you are about that. And when do we start looking at vaccinating Children, too? So, um, I think the major difference between India and several of the other countries that we are observing a vaccine eager mess. Traditionally, vaccine hesitancy and resistance is not a major issue in our country number one Number two. So as the vaccine supply chain improves, we will keep on our daily capacity we have shown in recent parts that we can administer up to nine million doses a day. And I would local capacity is around one point. Mom about 12 to 13 million doses a day can be administered and this comes from our experience in Pull your campaign. So that is something which is very hard name. So as the vaccine supply improves, I think more and more people will start coming up and the whole routine immunization network has been used. Infrastructure has been used for Mr Deep. I don't vaccines. The second question, which is just not asked. About child Lebanonization Child organization. At the moment we have this first vaccine was like O B. D, uh, which is for a dollar since 12 to 17 18 years. And we are. This will be rolled out in October onwards, and we are developing a list of, uh Children, Priety Children. That means those who have comorbidities. So at the moment, we will just give to those with more abilities because child population is also huge below 18 years we have About 400 million plus Children, and so they will be taken up after the adult fiction. Doctor by the end of the year. How many vaccines do you think will have approval And when do we see the vaccine export ban end to that 0.2. So that's a very important question. I think We should have six or soul indigenously manufactured vaccines by the end of the year. Although we have given emergency use authorization to Johnson and Johnson and modern art. So technically they are approved, but they are not available. You know, a place and I think, uh, I'm associated with works facility in W. So I know that the importance of the question you're asking, but was, uh, several almost 60 countries are hardly having access to any vaccine. And India should be able to provide a substantial portion in 2022. As soon as we are through with our adult population. I think we will have sufficient vaccine who shared with the rest of the world. Doctor. Thank you, Dr Narendra Order there from the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization. We've got lots of let's have a look at what's going on in as single people. As we have Kamala Harris, the U. S vice president, She's at a round table at the moment. She, at the moment is having this round table with Singapore's minister of trade at the moment, of course, perhaps discussing supply chains and the like, And this is her message coming through to the attendees of this Being a pandemic or be the climate.

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"mumbai" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"mumbai" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"And i like the old testament or the new testament. And what's the difference and you know help and so we drafted an email back to him explaining Testament leaving the gospel in there. And then i was like. Please write back with any other questions that you have. We like. we wanna keep in touch with. You is the first non christian that we had listening. Seems like i'm a buddhist and so we continued to correspond with him. And i was like. How did you find out about us. Will he said. I have an english professor. Who told me. I should read the bible because it's great. Literature has all different kinds of literature involved in it and so we're like a baptist professors professor christian so pretty soon. He writes back. And he's like i really want to convert and our like i'm getting. I'm getting chill bumps as i'm telling you the story. He's he's like. I really wanna can. He's like. I live with my parents. I can't convert because they'll be kicked out and i'll be like ostracized for my family but the minute that i graduate college and i move appearance house. I want to be a christian. And so i mean just the whole thing was like i can't believe i have the opportunity to from out of the gate the first this person ever knows about jesus like he doesn't know the difference between the old and new testament. He doesn't know anything about christianity and he was like i found that. There's a church in my area. That i'm gonna start trying to go to when i can manage to like make it happen. We were looking at. My sister was like looking at missionaries. That were there to try to connect him with a missionary who's in mumbai so that they can like start building a relationship and so i took his name and the little desk right like would right. There's a mirror hanging up on the wall across from it. And i took a dry race marker and i wrote his name on there because there were many days where i didn't want i would sit at that desk fifteen hours a day and there was hardly this year. There were very few waking moments. That i wasn't working and so like it's been terrible for my health. It's been terrible for my sleep. It's been terrible for my social life. And i needed reminders of why i was doing it and so i wrote his name on my mirror savvy member like you're doing this for him like this. Is here digging store. of course i'm doing it for everyone who's listening. I'm even doing it for meeting by get changed me in ways. I didn't anticipate. But i i needed a name. I needed to remember that like. There's somebody out there who's getting to know god for the first time ever through then. This is the tool. God's using to do it so that is that's the story that has meant the most to meet issue. You guys remember. One of the favorite things about being a kid was serial. It was awesome. And then you grow up and you're like oh my gosh. This is full of sugar and it's full of stuff that we've heard and all the bad scary things and even as a mom. I've had a hard time buying my kids cereal because so much of is full of stuff. I don't want them eat well. Cereal is growing up. my friends. Magic spoon has the amazing flavors that you love but without all the bad stuff..

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113 killed in western India landslides, monsoon flooding

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

113 killed in western India landslides, monsoon flooding

"Several hundred people have died in over a hundred missing after days of heavy monsoon rains triggered landslides and flooding in western India authorities have said over a hundred and thirty thousand people were rescued from nearly nine hundred affected villages across Maharashtra states many was stranded on rooftops rooftop buses on highways India's navy also said it deployed helicopters to evacuate stranded people and sent rescue teams with bites to the region one of the worst hit villages was in Tyler I south of Mumbai the capsule of Maharashtra states the village of fifty nine households was buried by a massive landslide as bodies continue to be recovered bringing the death toll to over fourty entire lane is also closed by landslides and flooding are common in India during the June September monsoon season I'm Karen Thomas

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Landslides Kill 20 After Monsoon Rains in India's Mumbai

BBC FOOC

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Landslides Kill 20 After Monsoon Rains in India's Mumbai

"On another village at least 24 people have been killed in landslides after heavy rains in the Indian city Mumbai. You're my give a ring has the latest torrential rains lashed Mumbai all night, causing widespread flooding in Chambord and Eastern suburb. A landslide caused at least two houses to collapse, trapping residents inside. Pictures from the scene showed rescuers digging through the mud with bare hands and carrying out bodies in tarpaulins. Local roads were too narrow to allow mechanical equipment. In another suburb, a two story residential building collapsed, killing some asleep inside. Sadly, such disasters aren't uncommon in Mumbai, especially in the monsoon when buildings including

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Maternal and Child Health Is a Human Right

TED Talks Daily

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Maternal and Child Health Is a Human Right

"Died in my presence while giving birth to life. She led to that and lost her child. The irony was that she had accessed kid in the first trimester of pregnancy. Visit the antenatal clinic or the hospital in mumbai. But i was doing residency. All four are waiting in the hawks right. The dingy overcrowded. Finnick just to get a minute with me. a hand. It over resident. Dr meant that she never came back later. Dine labor months later. I was wracked with guilt. If only i had gone her about the danger signs why she needed to access a regular. Okay what she and her child survived. She didn't die you condition. She died because of underlying anemia. An easily treatable preventable condition. I saw these stories. Cystic preventable problems resulting in mothers and children dying in the most unjust of circumstances in the next one hour three will die while giving some bed in india. Two children aged five. Die every minute in india. I'm a practicing euro gynecologist but very early in my medical training. I realized that hospital based solutions but not enough and given the sheer scale of india's problems any solution that made a difference had to be scalable accessible to the last woman and child directly in their homes and yet cost effective and the source light and then the mobile phone game to india and within a few years everyone ida mobile form tele currently mobile phones than toilets. The idea then struck me. Why not use a simple to like a mobile phone available in almost every indian household bridge the yawning gaps in healthcare.

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 India Virus Death Toll Passes 300,000, 3rd Highest in World

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

India Virus Death Toll Passes 300,000, 3rd Highest in World

"India has crossed another grim milestone of more than three hundred thousand people lost to the corona virus as a devastating surge of infections appears to be easing in big cities but still swarms the poor countryside the brownstone as recorded by India's health ministry comes a slow to vaccine deliveries of mall the country's fight against the pandemic forcing many to Mister Schultz and the rapid fatal fungal infection affecting trivet nineteen patients who's worried doctors in just a couple is the third highest reported in the world accounting for eight point six percent of the nearly thirty four point seven million coronavirus fatalities globally the the true numbers I thought to be significantly greater in the capital New Delhi residents have died at home with no oxygen as hospitals exhausted limited supplies and the Mumbai nineteen patients have died in crowded hospital corridors I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Indian Navy Searches for 81 Missing From Barge Sunk by Storm

PBS NewsHour

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Indian Navy Searches for 81 Missing From Barge Sunk by Storm

"Western India's death toll from a tropical cyclone has risen to 29 the storm weekend after making landfall in Gujarat state last night with winds up to 130 miles an hour. First responders rescued about 180 people from an oil barge that sank off Mumbai and the Indian navy searched for 81. Others

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Glimmer of Hope Seen in India, but Virus Crisis Not Over Yet

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Glimmer of Hope Seen in India, but Virus Crisis Not Over Yet

"With over twenty four million confirmed cases and two hundred seventy thousand deaths in just case load is the second highest after the US experts though believe the country's steeply rising club may finally be flattening officials are hopeful but it's still too early to say things are improving with Mumbai and New Delhi representing only a sliver of the overall situation for one drops in the national caseload of a marginal largely reflect falling infections in the handful of states with big populations and all high rates of testing so the nationwide trends represent an incomplete and misleading picture of how things are faring across India as a whole confirmed to daily cases have been averaging around three hundred forty thousand I have dipped to more like three hundred thousand for the first time in weeks I'm Charles there this month

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India's Vaccinations Plummet as Coronavirus Infections Soar

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

India's Vaccinations Plummet as Coronavirus Infections Soar

"Mask. Ever since India Open covert 19 vaccinations to all adults this month, the pace of administering those shots has dropped states say that they only have Limited stock to give out. Meantime, coronavirus cases they're still rising at a record pace there amid a disastrous surge sweeping the country yesterday, India reported more than 400,000 new cases, including more than 4000 deaths, a welcome sight at Mumbai International Airport tarmac as a shipment of much needed medical aid in lifesaving supplies arrived. Among them ventilators now hard to come by. It's a crisis playing out across the nation. Desperate families are turning to oxygen clanks on the street. While those in need of ventilators waiting ambulances outside overwhelmed hospitals at CBS News correspondent Nancy Chan and expert says the vaccine supply in India has remained nearly the same, but the target population eligible increased by

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The Coronavirus Is Ravaging India

Short Wave

01:23 min | 1 year ago

The Coronavirus Is Ravaging India

"I've got lauren. Freyer international correspondent based in mumbai india. With me hey lauren. Hey mattie so weeks into this massive surge of new cases i mean how would you describe the situation there. I would describe it as a five alarm health emergency and the alarm just keeps on going like it's been weeks of this. Hospitals are overwhelmed. People are dying in parking. Lots of hospitals waiting to get in people are dying at home unable able to get an ambulance. I mean imagine calling nine one one and no one ever answers for weeks. India is seeing shortages of pretty much every tool country needs to fight a pandemic so hospital beds hospital workers because you know in some cases half of them are sick to medical oxygen antiviral drugs shortages of test kits. So you know. Four hundred thousand cases a day sounds like a staggering number scientists modeling. This say it might actually be more like five million cases a day here. Crematoriums are working nonstop like a public park. In delhi was turned into a mass cremation ground. And i spoke to a public health official recently. Who's supposed to be working on. Malaria prevention. his job now is to count bodies all day long and his biggest concern is finding enough firewood for all of these funeral. Pyres

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India's Covid-19 Crisis: What Happens Next and How Long Will It Last?

Short Wave

01:23 min | 1 year ago

India's Covid-19 Crisis: What Happens Next and How Long Will It Last?

"I've got lauren. Freyer international correspondent based in mumbai india. With me hey lauren. Hey mattie so weeks into this massive surge of new cases i mean how would you describe the situation there. I would describe it as a five alarm health emergency and the alarm just keeps on going like it's been weeks of this. Hospitals are overwhelmed. People are dying in parking. Lots of hospitals waiting to get in people are dying at home unable able to get an ambulance. I mean imagine calling nine one one and no one ever answers for weeks. India is seeing shortages of pretty much every tool country needs to fight a pandemic so hospital beds hospital workers because you know in some cases half of them are sick to medical oxygen antiviral drugs shortages of test kits. So you know. Four hundred thousand cases a day sounds like a staggering number scientists modeling. This say it might actually be more like five million cases a day here. Crematoriums are working nonstop like a public park. In delhi was turned into a mass cremation ground. And i spoke to a public health official recently. Who's supposed to be working on. Malaria prevention. his job now is to count bodies all day long and his biggest concern is finding enough firewood for all of these funeral. Pyres

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Indian court urges government action as hospitals cry help

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Indian court urges government action as hospitals cry help

"A call to the Delhi has said it will stop punishing governments officials who fail to deliver life saving oxygen the ruling comes as hospitals around the country struggle to secure a steady supply of oxygen leading to a surgeon covered nineteen deaths were also has recently been a slight drop in new infections India has reported over three thousand six hundred need death bringing the total number of deaths to over two hundred and fifteen thousand however experts believe both because on on the counts New Delhi resident or Vashi sama PDC Indian governments on KPLR prepared for anything we don't have enough ventilators in one hospital forget about all the whatever we need for the entire city ordinance that the city well it's national oxygen supplies have been trickling in Qatar Airways CEO Akbar out of the pocket says his company is dedicated to helping India and its time of need we are sending three at Freitas tomorrow and most detailed wanted anyone to Banglore and went to Mumbai I'm Karen Thomas

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Why Farm Reforms in India Have Been Met With Widespread Protests

Planet Money

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Why Farm Reforms in India Have Been Met With Widespread Protests

"It was january. Twenty six republic day in india. It's this big national holiday. Normally there is a massive military parade in the capital delhi. Everybody watches it on tv but this year. The holiday gets completely overshadowed when tens of thousands of farmers roll into the cd on their tractors waving flags and they are angry and the reason they're angry is that the government has passed these new agriculture reforms. Laws that basically let the free market into what has been a pretty closed system. So i'm watching this tractor rally on tv from the other side of the country and mumbai where i live and all of a sudden things escalade farmers just bust through police lines and then they're getting teargassed and you can see them storm. The red fort like in real time. I'm watching them scramble. All over the ramparts of the seventeenth century palace and the whole thing is just shocking so a book it down to this cricket field in downtown mumbai where farmers from this part of the country are gathering in solidarity and some of them had literally walked hundreds of miles days to get here and while there overturning buses. And it's like mayhem in delhi here. It's like a music festival. It's this amazing atmosphere. You you look around. And it's kind of surprising mixture of people there their farmers for sure but then there are also like mumbai hipsters and housewives in their fifties and it just shows you that even in india's biggest megacities a lot of people have a connection to farming. I mean a lot of people. Even if they aren't farmers themselves through grandfathers were their fathers were maybe their mothers and i mean even now like half of indians make a living from

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India Reports More Than 145,000 New COVID-19 Cases in One Day

NEWS 88.7 Programming

01:05 min | 1 year ago

India Reports More Than 145,000 New COVID-19 Cases in One Day

"Among those countries seeing a surge confirming a record number of new Corona virus infections more than 145,000 new cases in one day. Mumbai has been put under lockdown as NPR's Lauren Frayer reports here in Mumbai where cases are among the highest. A curfew is in place and you're only allowed to go out for essentials, food and medicine. But factories are still open and Busses and trains are still running. In other parts of India state elections are underway and voters are crowding into polling stations. India is now where the corona virus is spreading. Fastest hospital ICUs are filling up. But authorities are trying to avoid the economic pain and even starvation. That happened under total lockdown last spring, India's the world's biggest vaccine producer, But even it has shortages now, and some vaccination centers have closed. India has administered nearly 100 million shots so far. But that's still a tiny fraction of the country's 1.4 billion people. Lauren Frayer NPR news Mumbai The

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A Tale of Two Artists

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

A Tale of Two Artists

"I'm gonna talk about two artists. And i talk about a little bit of a controversy and a little bit of pettiness at a little bit of back and forth. And it's it's terrific. I love this whole story excited. I step i'm gonna tell you all about initial kapoor. No yeah. I knew you if you're not if you're not familiar with his name. He's a leading contemporary british indian artist. Who works in large scale. Abstract public sculpture so an issue kapoor was born in nineteen fifty four in mumbai india to an iraqi jewish mother and an indian punjabi his father. He spent his childhood and teen years in india but in nineteen seventy-one moved to israel. And that's where he decided to become an artist in nineteen seventy-three he left for britain to attend the hornsey college of art and the chelsea school of design kapoor earned money by working for an interior designer and then he went on to teach at wolverhampton polytechnic in nineteen seventy nine and he has been london-based ever since so kapoor became known in the nineteen eighties for his geometric or by amorphous sculptures using simple materials like granite limestone marble plaster and also pigment so these early sculptures are frequently simple curved forms. They're usually monochromatic. Maybe their brightly colored and he uses powder pigment to define and permeate the form so Sculpture wise a lot of sculptures seems to recede into the distance disappear into the ground or distort the space around them and since nineteen ninety-five he's worked with Basically polish stainless steel has been one of his great medium since nineteen ninety. Five and these works are mirror reflecting or distorting. The viewer in their surroundings kapoor has had a lot of accolades. He received the nineteen ninety one. Turner prize twenty eleven praemium imperiale in japan and in two thirteen he received a knighthood from queen. Elizabeth the

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Accent Bias and the Myth of Comprehensibility

Immigrantly

08:22 min | 1 year ago

Accent Bias and the Myth of Comprehensibility

"Few weeks back. I brought up. The topic of accent buys on our social media pages. I talked about how. I was initially worried about weather. My accent would be an obstacle in launching a podcast. The way i see it in bias is pretty much everywhere. And it is perpetuated through american pop culture for instance. I'm sure a lot of you remember up from the simpsons. Thank you gumming. A and you see whether igloo hot to lean to order geodesic. Dome there's no structure. I have been through which. I'd rather call my home. Where i i've you would. I'll search. But now i've come through law your quirks maggie with her eyes so bright mart with hair. My gun philosophize box set depth. That spinning former story about this one nella leaks. Quickey might not hear that part. Yeah that one now walkways. A quintessential stereotypical character based on a white basins interpretation. What an indian soundly or sounds like. There's no denying that apu was funny but the problem is that most of us were laughing at apple rather than laughing with the character may have appeared harmless but it caused a lot of distress to people were already struggling to simulate or kids of immigrants will perpetually believed in schools to be honest. It's not just the media even. Ai has an accent bias. I can go on and on about how apple siri continues to discipline me to speak as in weeks so do google home alexa now. Apple and is do claim to have inclusive voice recognition systems. But i don't think that is true but coming back to my social media post. We had a tremendous response from your on this topic so many if you chimed in on the conversation on the different aspects of exim bias and many of you expressed interest in hearing an episode on the topic. Well ask and you shall receive our guest. Today is someone who's short to bring an expansive perspective on the topic of accent bias. Professor which occur borsi is a licensed speech language pathologists to ditches at california state university fullerton in the communication sciences and disorders department as linguist. His research has been featured in a multitude of scholarly journals. You're listening to immigrants. I'm your host saadia the hunt these kids in a very subtle manner. When they're speaking english to you they might allow more of their first language. If at all there is any remnant first language left them with you so they will sound little different with you. Listen to them when they are talking to a person who was born and brought up here in america. Thank you for coming on immigrants. I am so excited. Do have this particular conversation with you messiah. So what we're going to talk about today is so intrinsic to who i am and how i view myself so it is personal but before we dive in. Can you tell us about how you entered the world of linguistics. I was a student of speech and hearing science in mumbai. India and of course i was dealing with kids and adults with communication disorders speech in hearing both then one of my teachers who was a linguist from johnny. I got very motivated to understand the intricacies off language than how each every would of sound in different combination can evoke all sets of biochemical responses within us for example. You hear a single word you start crying you hear another set of sounds come catinat together. You raged you feel loved. These are biochemical responses. That are happening. So i was very curious to understand the so-called power behind those acoustic signals. So that's how it started. And then of course the psycholinguistics bod was an integral part of everything. And how did you end up in the us so once. I finished my masters in linguistics from bombay university. I started doing some social work on his work then. I came here to do to do my doctoral degree. In speech physiology with a special interest in cross linguistic interaction where one language than influence the language and back and forth. How that interaction goals. And how that is reflected in our muscle movement so that helped area of signs motivated me to come here under my phd. Let's stock about the accent bias. That's something that i have recently become more aware of. Although i would say this. I am very proud of my accent. I don't have any issues with it. But i didn't realize how it impacted my interactions with other people and i feel like before we talk about accent bias. In general we need to address the fact that much off. Our framework of the conversation is because english as the language has this global linguistic cloud right And i assume that is the result of clooney lysm and imperialism. In your opinion wral us think there are certain accent privileges that are tied to specific languages. That have an easier time. Pronouncing english are being phonetically close or closer to english. Language for instance people from western europe or european population in general. The they have an accent. Privledge it is sensitive to where you are geography located at that particular point. In time you are. Who are you surrounded. What's the kind of people their socioeconomic and in addition to that as you have mentioned the history of colonization people coming from india versus another person. Speaking english from italy person. Speaking english from italy with a very distinct influence of their mother tongue in english will probably get more exotic advantages. Yeah even a person in the film industry even the bosom from the media industry but remember these are anecdote in some of my papers. I have mentioned that some social scientists they have mentioned it extensively that he has indeed. It's highly variable and that any ability is not bradley exclusive related to the history. It could also be related to the economic status of that particular country at this point in time how closely that particular country is a related to the powerful countries for example. If i'm one of those american power house and i'm viewing bosom from a country. Become we enjoy very good affiliation versus. If i'm conflicted with that particular country dose factors do influence my overall perception of that particular

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India introduces new rules to regulate online content

The World

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

India introduces new rules to regulate online content

"To regulate content on social media. This comes after a serious of tussles between the government and online platforms over disputed content. You should meet a Pataki has more. The new rules require social media companies such as Facebook and Twitter to swiftly remove posts the government says are illegal. Earlier this month in response to violent farmer protests. In January, the Indian government ordered Twitter to block hundreds of accounts. Little complied at first, but soon unblocked some of the accounts, including that of a news magazine after an outcry will press freedom. The new guidelines also covered digital news outlets. Cabinet minister broke our job, Riker told reporters. Press Freedom is crucial for democracy. But let me also tell you that every freedom has to be responsible Freedom. Javadi could also announced similar rules for streaming platforms, including Netflix and Amazon. For NPR news. I'm such Mita partook in Mumbai.

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

Unreserved

04:32 min | 1 year 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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"mumbai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"mumbai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Are missing. NPR's Lauren Frayer reports from Mumbai. One local resident said. It happened so fast. There was no time to alert anyone with that video shows a torrent of rocks, water and debris surging down a ravine below the Nanda Devi glacier. Hydro electric dam snaps in half and washes away. Many of those missing are construction workers trapped in a tunnel underground. Soldiers and police are spending a second night trying to dig them out. This man was one of the lucky ones pulled out alive. You know, mutual easy. We'd lost all hope we thought we would die, he says. Describing how he clung to the tunnel's roof as water gushed in This is an area of India's Wuterich on state where mighty rivers pour down from the Himalayas. But environmental experts have long warned against building dams and power plants there because it's ecologically fragile and so prone to floods and landslides in 2013 about 6000 people died in flooding there were starting To see some of the impacts of climate change. Increased numbers of landslides that you really large landslides in the high mountains. Geoscientists Dan Sugar is on the other side of the world at the University of Calgary, poring over satellite images of this disaster. What's a little odd about this one is you know what happened? In February. When you know the ground ought to be frozen. Indian authorities have described this as a glacial break part of the Nanda Debbie Glacier cleaving off, but sugar says it looks to him more like a landslide. He says it'll take weeks or months to investigate. Meanwhile, the Indian military is airlifting in more equipment. The people trapped underground may have only hours. Lauren Frayer NPR NEWS Mumbai It's double the one my safe. You're listening to all things considered stick around just ahead right After a short break, the Biden administration announced its plans to rejoin the U. N Human Rights Council. Three years after the U. S. Withdrew from that organization. Also, Rob Monster sees his dough name registrar Company epic as a counter to Big tech. He welcomes views Band on most other parts of the Internet, including those whose spouse or allow far right extremist content. We'll hear from him just ahead, Stay tuned. Support for W N Y. C comes from flat are in books. The moment of Lift How empowering Women changes The world by Melinda Gates In this book, Melinda Gates shares stories of women who are leading the way in the fight for equality available in paperback. For the first time in history. The Senate will try of.

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"mumbai" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"mumbai" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Dozen miles on one of the roads leading out of Mumbai are now seen thousands of people on foot trying to get back home to their villages, some of which are more than 1000, kilometers away. India has always struggled with any quality, but in my memory, it's never been as stark and as visible as it is right now. By the way in which you describe the pandemic, Underscoring Lack of investment and the hand to mouth existence of many Indians. Has it forced Indians to look at the country that they live in in a different way. Right now what I would say, especially on the ground, you know, And here I'm talking about sort of the class that literally sort of works every day and has to do that to survive. People at this point, I just you know, they're like we can't be bothered with the virus anymore. We've got to make ends meet seven months in. People have just started moving on with their lives, But But at the same time, I have to say, you know all the economists that I've been speaking to say that unless something is done very quickly now. And there's a way to sort of get the economy kick started. Things are going to get very difficult in the in sort of the next few years. Excellent Reporting is always there from your GT was speaking to Keith Adams. And on Saturday here on the World Service you can hear from our glowing correspondent in Italy with his thoughts on reporting about Cove in 19 at the start of the pandemic. It's time now to meet the South African LGBT activists.

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"mumbai" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"mumbai" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"mumbai" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on KCRW

"For two months. I've been using a very lovely tonight. But following the black lives matter movement in the U. S. Activists across South Asia have revived the call to ban skin lighting products. They are. Critics say the most visible symbols of colorism in the region. Marv Iemma is a U. S based Pakistani activist who had started online petition back in June to ban fair and lovely Cream marketed by Unilever. Thousands of people came forward to support her drive because of the sheer number of people who took ownership off it and who took it personally. It turned into a kind of grassroots movement in which people of all countries of reasons were involved, and this conversation has come to a head because this is not the first time. Skin whitening industry are products that you spend a lovely have thes back cash, but they are being heard on DH. The messages are spreading the pushback worked. Actually, Unilever is decided to rename and brand glue and lovely removing the world fair and the company's much smaller competitors in this category. Johnson and Johnson. Has stopped selling whitening products altogether. Walk into any pharmacy you general store and you'll find tens of other options for skin lightening creams by local and global brands. Allure is powerful and a messaging not so subtle in a country whose obsession with lighter skin runs deep. In fact, the industry is growing a 10 to 12% every year. That makes it harder for companies that make stuff like shampoos and face creams to give up his skin lighting products completely, says Uncle Busan, vice president of techno back a consumer brand consultancy until the entire industry or the sector comes together and say this category should be banned going forward. I don't think much will change on the ground. A swarthy steps are concerned, but for there to be a real shift in mind sets, the fight will have to be against the deeply entrenched buys this around trees and color. Have propelled these products to success in the first place in Mumbai and the BBC's naked Ananda.

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"mumbai" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on KCRW

"Marriages. I'm Seema Bhaiya, Mumbai stop matchmaker. Obadiah tries to understand his lines preferences and introduces them to a compatible meet. The participants go on awkward first dates, dissect their encounters with friends and family and suffer romantic setbacks. I just got really upset, like the area advises women to adjust and compromise. One of the men says he's looking for a wife who will take care of all the housework was exactly like his mother. Film critic Alameda, says the show irresponsibly Ares they're aggressive beliefs of the participants and the 57 year old matchmaker, which in Germany just like stuck in the ninety's the evil ex Grieving bill, Whatever she was seeing, as fact, several times in the cities, the body and her client say someone is a good match because they're fair skinned. That's problematic says Thus colorism is rampant in India. Darker skin Indian's face discrimination and I'm made to feel insecure obsession with fair skin can't be a preference. It is Oh, um, for aggressive brutality. In a sense, arranged marriages are rooted in Hinduism scars system and typically occur between people of the same caste. Dozens of Indians are killed each year for marrying outside their cost. But critics say the show glosses over all that and poetry's arranged marriage as a harmless quot alternative to dating inspected premium exactly. But with families and social media is flooded with means and jokes about Indian matchmaking, especially some of the gender studio type said it.

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"mumbai" Discussed on Little News Ears

Little News Ears

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on Little News Ears

"They're sheltering in place to just say we are yeah, that's right. They have like animals they're watching what do they do with them? Well, a lot of cases they have to take the animals in their homes. Oh. My Gosh, that's so weird. Decide to cockroaches home or monkeys home or whatever we look you. Know. So this article there five rules it's sort of a joke, but I guess the rules of you're taking animals homes here are the five rules. Wrigley one is no cockroaches in the common area. They kind of gave some scientists, some nightmares. Oh The. Backyard. Your backyard can be laboratory. Oh, that sounds really cool to number three get all the help you can get. As you know, a lot of kids are home right now with their parents. So if you're scientists and a little bit help from Jimmy or Johnny or brand. then. Ask the kids. Rule number four is make new friends don't be afraid of I don't know the doorkeeper of your building wants to be as spider babysitter Oh yeah. That's and also the author of the article she's adjusts enjoying time together just sort of like hanging out watching your little drugs or your license or whatever you're watching you know play together with it's. Time to. I WANNA shout out Alabama it'll be able to like the band. No, Alabama, the state they're listening to our show a lot. So keeping up Alabama and spread the word Yeah Things Alabama thanks a little easiest therapy. I love you. Dad. I love you to give me a big. Hug. By. Do you want this week's news good little news ears dot com. Don't forget to check out our videos on YouTube dot com and our teacher lesson plans and more on news years dot com me your sweetness shot and your colors glowed. Source of today's broadcast include Huffpost The New York Times and mental floss. Ever, about how are you doing today? Today is a beautiful day. It's made for two thousand, twenty I'm wondering if anybody out there can send me some Laffy Taffy by the way. I. Missed my laughing having anyway. Point my name is oh does but you can go Lawrence anagrams begins now. What kinds of things are people stealing and restaurants during the pandemic and shame on you able? Hey, salutes meet ice maker Liquor and I, pass financy liquor and. Question number two what other kinds of things have dogs been taught to smell Jimmy visit? Hey Malaria visit be bedbugs or is it? On the answer is both pleasant number three. What does God have in common with more docker? Oh this is very clever questioned about another episode is it hey both believed in a guys made up bananas? You both may not direct cartoon or is it both did not think that maybe it should ever wear diapers and the answer is b both made satiric satiric cartoons lesson number four what city are love mangoes taking over? India. Is it a often? Said me go ooh, that see Mumbai. BUMBA number five. What is one rule that has scientists working at home with animals should have during.

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"mumbai" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"But over in Mumbai's Poorest areas. They are signs that it's dwell is a developing herd Immunity Lets get the story from our health care reporter Ari Gold Stata are one of the reasons for believing heart immunity might be developing in Mumbai slums. Well, there was a big piece of evidence that just came out yesterday. The municipal authorities here conducted a serological serve a rather large one of three words in Mumbai, each of which included slum areas and not from areas and what they found is that across in slum areas Nearly 60% of people had Kona virus antibodies. So when you take that, and you combine it with the fact that new cases most of these slum areas are falling pretty rapidly. It has some epidemiologists thinking that maybe maybe in union developing these very contained population. How could so many people that have been exposed so quickly? It seems pretty possible when you look at the conditions. Ah, these people live in these communities. Um, they're some of the densest on the planet. In fact, Mumbai's largest slum Dharavi. Which you may recognize from the movie Slumdog Millionaire may well be the tensest human settlements on the planet and in a place where you know 80 people of sharing one public toilets. Family is the largest eight lived together in a 100 square foot room. And social distancing is virtually impossible in every respect it more or less than ideal place for the Corona virus to spread on, it seems to have done very quickly. But perhaps with the fewer casualties than many had feared, just because of the younger population that tend to congregate. Sorry. What lessons could there be for other places fighting the virus? Well, like I said the the Coronavirus spread very quickly and widely in the slums, But there were fewer casualties. Darby, for instance, that large slum suffered only around 250 deaths. So far. That's a population of about a 1,000,000. That could be as high as a 1,000,000 on DH, So the reason for this may be the efforts the municipal authorities took to contain the virus. Obviously, those efforts weren't so successful in preventing infection, but they may help the authorities identify cases really early, particularly vulnerable cases in the elderly or people with preexisting condition and ensure those people. Got treated on DH caught it before the infection developing something like threatening. And so it may provide Ah, ballast for the argument that we shouldn't be trying to stop all infections, but rather we should be trying to stop a serious illness. Sorry. Thank you very much indeed. For that instead of there in Mumbai, he is our healthcare reporter. Okay, let's quickly just checkin on Indian markets is having a look at some of these companies have been making waves that Bharti Airtel for For one thing looking that stock, which is at the moment up getting different. We have a Advancing market anyway. Let's have some of the individual components and take a look at body Eto up 1.4% this even as they had net losses widening for the June quarter. We have also the moment Reliance down 61% Integrative aviation, which is, of course, the company, which runs Indigo Airlines, reporting his biggest net loss since listing and of course that was The much anticipated the whole aviation sector of the moment is really spicy. And of course, likewise, 1.6% fullback for that company, too. And staying with aviation rations. General electing one of the biggest suppliers of jet engines, is predicting slow gains and operations this year on the next after the corner virus pandemic battered results. We spoke to CEO Larry Cole about how this impacted earnings and what he sees for the future of the aviation business. I would say that the second quarter played out by and large is we thought it certainly challenging, particularly in our aviation business. Our healthcare business where we're on the front lies of care, even and in the Kobe moment. I was a business that saw headwinds is well. We were down and two of our best and probably better cash generators. Turnarounds and power, renewable continued pays, but we really came into this thinking this was an opportunity. Even though the near term pressures we're going to be a cute We wanted to make sure we took full advantage of the situation to accelerate the transformation of G E. And if you look at the pace of which are new leaders have assimilated into the business. The adoption of lean principles across the organization. The way we're using digital more broadly to serve customers, they're just a host of examples that I hate when the dust settles. In addition to the cost in cash preservation actions that were taking That will see that we did in time accelerating transformation of this company. Does it change so the emphasis at least in your transformation? You just mentioned it. Actually, Aviation was going to lead the way it looks like it's not going to lead the way for a while. Since health care really is terribly important. Does it put health care back up higher in your list of priorities as opposed to aviation? What David, I think that businesses in the near term will play different roles. Five. In the operating model that we are implementing. It's really a bottoms up approach. So what we want to need to do in every business is crystal clear The way it all adds up in 2020 or 2021 may be different than What we thought when you and I were together in early March, But what we're doing in the businesses doesn't really changed. Certainly, we're having to make adjustments at aviation. We've talked about the costs and cash actions there. A 1,000,000,000 of cost coming out two billion of cash saves in process. Unfortunately, we're looking at the departure over the next couple of quarters of probably up to 1/4 of our team. So those air painful, tough decisions to take Once we clearly need to in light of the demand changes, but relative to what we want to do in the other businesses back more continues and their progress in the short term, but just be more important to us than it might have been otherwise within the business of aviation. Does it also change perhaps the arc of that? Because you both sell jet engines and you have maintenance? I think you make a lot of your money actually off the maintenance part. As you look forward to talk to Boeing. You talked to Airbus, You take a look at traffic. Does it change the emphasis between the one and the other? Not not really. David. What I've really just been so thrilled to be a part of these last 22 months is what has been a multi decade leadership on the party aviation in the industry broadly defined We want to continue Teo to lead this industry. How do we do that technology since the core of what we've been able to do within four customers over time and communicate We service out our engines often over decades in in close proximity with our carrier customers. That's a great setup right to believe, with technology to be so close day in day out with our customers. So again, the business will change were received less after market activity way.

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"mumbai" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:20 min | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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 Far Away Fan

Far Away Fan

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on Far Away Fan

"Start to get appreciation society we should. We should team that they will be already. I was the one that I really want. Is the flu sleeve. Boca Juniors run no. I haven't it's beautiful gets hits from the Swedish flag really. Yeah so the Bakar fans will eating when They will figure out what they want for their just and they said the flesh ship that Aboard we will use the colors of the flag of the Swedish ship. While that's an amazing story man. That's believed that. Yeah that's Addison Jonathan visiting angels with Faces Union. Lot Of these folks fan he I loved. I love the books especially for boiling because that they take the dictated what about the history and the cultural sort of implications and how things why things on the way they had white Argentina Sort of understand that because you because You know it's an art society and culture of the proletarian larger with political situations in in in the country in in boost teams so you know so dictatorships in Italy bags slim. 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I mean only in every completing. They had some fun tastic. Years had one task us and I mean he's a everything that what he is in what he's done what he's done a lot food Not Just Milan but for football and all of that yet. I think he's done. He's going to San Diego Bordon about the Madrid president and what he achieved that he took this clearly in his Milan When he the Kootenai audio sappy Modesto onboard should. We didn't need to go Boonsak Brought him there and they went back to back champions DIS and You know I just went on from there. That Capello brilliant brilliant deals off having seen that Arrow with that Milan that success that bullets Koniak of success. We're here now. Milan is not doing that will. It's it seen Milanez. Seen some of the greatest players play you can rattle off some. You've got Renaldo you've got you mentioned Latin guys like Glade item abortion Gulick those will those were the teams that you think about now when you talk about Milan and now it's it's a little bit of a struggle and I can only understand your frustration. I totally understand your frustration in in this dame right now but I think that a lot is happening behind the scenes and. I hope that we'll see Milan back again. Right up. Did the disappointment has been their season on seasons. I now if you know saying I hope this season to be defended on the endless. That is a proposal management. A coach can would be in doubt. It's hard sluggish next season and to be start from scratch squid one to keep fingers crossed and hope for the best in the mean. Let's Donald Lotteries in Dhaka word Google Times with their with you the Badger because so ninety four was when you first saw football on that skin. What wasn't swimming need Has Authored the audience? gained big massive steam. Deums blessed him than anything and even in the world and I wanted this guide reduce over. I him as he blamed them through so much on that and then when he missed the penalty house interest but I would through that he still continued to be amazing. Nope was that and then it sort of at a that is very sort of British. They will age so you want a heater that age was this guy is just. He's I mean he's literally took the nation of look and feel them Needle and it's okay to to fall and the new and get back up and it's just So I as a matter deals Me So much. I don't think so especially walkways Super Bosnian and it helped me shape a north of my way taught because he I really really really liked. This guy is that he was so enigmatic and humble and he was physically not like this. Strong Brawny Guy would take Just related to that so that you missed penalty in back in the ninety eight World Cup still played and you know what he was doing what he wasn't that I think he won the Blondie Auto Insurance. You wish that the things I I kept following him at that Bentley missile. Just one of the things that everybody would members the members is one thing. Remember so many other things about him. I usually side following because of him. I I even excellent Lido in because I wanted IMP Llewellyn. So it's it's it's it relates to this one. So you like I said. Can you relate to success at radio successful right? It was so you you want to be associated success. And that's why he was so a for me logistic an amazing thing but people know him for the failure isn't You know they they have a pre. You missed the penalty is that's okay. He's still rent pass. That got past that lived. His life lives career and everybody. Okay it was okay. It Cleveland on another World Cup. Later in the and things went as they were supposed to believe it was not. It's like a sort of its life goes on. I was audience find. He's he's now is always going to be associated with that teammates but that many many things to do men and that same thing applies to night. I mean you could have failure than you could do badly but there are so many things that the smaller things that you should just sort of look at appreciate your openness off because it's really when I everything that is happening in the world right now. Eight hundred s of ring. So-so much and I think that though you know they're gonNA come back that that same fighting spirit that they have they're gonNA come back and it's great that we in fact I feel we booklets clubs today than we did bespoke more quickly. Yeah I guess it was a delegating this episode to Italy Man. Yeah taught simple as that. They look getting through only super enough. Thank you for being far away. Fan podcast thank you. Sean enjoyed enjoyed it. And Hopefully Knicks. Jackley be in Boston or we'll be like I said I will you that what you have absolutely no. I'm looking forward to it and get back to normal for everyone. Thanks again thank you thank you.

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"mumbai" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"To the Mumbai and among the sea to sports foundation so fans came from all over we actually talked to one couple who flew here from Arizona with their two small daughters really speakers included Jimmy Kimmel Michael Jordan and Kobe is wife Vanessa the let mesa shop owner caught on camera attacking members of the media played not guilty today Peter Carr says made his appearance in el Cajon courthouse this morning he's been charged with one count of felony vandalism and three counts of misdemeanor battery as well as committing a lewd act in public gars this remains free on bail the U. S. drug enforcement agency San Diego field office announced today that the publicans report suspicious fraudulent and illegal pharmaceutical activities by calling the newly established tip line the R. X. abuse tip line was set up to gather information such as doctors or pharmacists or illegally dispensing medication the tip line allow members of the public to remain anonymous and speak directly to a D. E. a representative now here's bill hall and he has the latest from Wall Street Stockton down over three percent on average declines in advance is six to one with twenty twenty hindsight the market was over balked at record levels last week right for a correction the viral pandemic hysteria was a handy excuse and as usual was over done especially in Europe Russia's interest rates corporate guides all lower no matter what the damage is done the irony is we've been out of state you're doing better than the rest of the world on this the holiday M. seven sixty three of him Hey now return to Newsday's Carling.

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"mumbai" Discussed on Deliverybros

Deliverybros

15:34 min | 3 years ago

"mumbai" Discussed on Deliverybros

"We like to introduce yourself to the world size UNDERSTA Jag in the early normal is but here I am in Los Angeles Nice to you guys that's right guys we have a nurse Good Jag and this Jag is I'm telling you she's brilliant I was listening to Her Music Theater Day we were connecting and I gotta say she already has a lot of time here and not sell you that inside I've always had some dope artists on my show I'm definitely glad missing this 'cause here so how are you doing this initial actually John Recovering from a bit of a little but I'm obsolete great now and it's bright and Siamese la and it's nice nice unless we can do that I love La there's always beautiful out there in California I'm actually going there in November so yes Ma'am so misdemeanors how long have you been here in the United States girl I been going up and down for the last three and a half years the a Bombay Bombay they'll be efficient name is more might and and I've worn many hats and music's always been in my heart and songwriting is my passion and love and that's what I'm doing now fulltime so I come up and down you know I I go back and forth because the producer I worked with this year a lot of people I've worked with are there you got the best Italian okay so do you have a pretty good following in India pretty decent it's it's increasing its rising I mean you know like I said I entered the music game a little later life I was you know had hustle my way up there I was doing the list d. v. journalist reporter reporter I had a business that retail business I did a lot of things but I all along how we always wrote music and the time came to just focus on music and nothing else I can dig it so so you did a how many as a journalism did she do I was in journalism for five years indentity and you know can you to write articles here and there and place them in in newspapers magazines district screwed so you got multiple towel so that's a good thing though do you think of journalism experience kind of helped inspire your writing at all league I mean definitely right writing writing whether you're writing a news article or a song or a script or you know a novel I mean I I love to write its way of expressing your innermost feelings telling your story you know different ways of telling your story journalism you telling his story maybe in songwriting I'm telling my own story for the most part Yes oh for sure it has in my journalistic career is is always gonNa help me through life I mean I should so I remember one of the songs that you actually sent me to listen to on into which is meniscus Jack goes scribe is growing and she's got a lot of hits when I'm telling you when I tell you when it comes to how awesome her music is I I love the international sound to like Agassi yes girl like I'm telling you because like listening to taboo and I like the story you had like basically you grew up with this person and you start to have these almonds you feel like you know this is Kinda wrong at the saints on you see this person really becoming a man I love the lyrics for that like our story I love it like you really worked hard on that and I I really love the sound I think you guys are music could be played in a lot of arenas that can really you know move the people and sway hearts because I can relate to that from the guy version of that story like but me like I grew up with a girl that was very important to me and films for her but unfortunately you know I it was just too taboo more were brother than that a love before that's exactly that that's that's my story I as creepy as it may sound but you said everything's on the table alright like but yeah it it feels almost incestuous right that saw the risk of saying something that people don't WanNa hear that's what it is it it feels almost incestuous like you said like she felt she looked at you as a brother I mean it wasn't good at being my brother not really you know you exactly like I mean and I don't think I only WanNa been through altitude only people that have been the situation is like I look like a brother and it's like yeah I don't think I need a ruinous you know I understand that I want so I relate to that you had some relatable continent and you are considerably like yeah like so I mean so push now my next question is how long you've been grinding it out on the music scene have I been in the music scene were honestly have been in the music scene all the time just last maybe four years us oh but otherwise since I was a lot younger I mean you know teen years no longer right so how'd you get started singing does you like g like sing for your family did you like the one was the first start I gotta answer that Yeah I sang for us for like my family or my cousin's baby yet to get don't and maybe that's when I found my voice and he realized that okay I could I told you wouldn't you know I had a voice and I was the kid then and then of course you know my earns like all proud fans or make me saying they had guest Oh yeah girl take a captive audience that couldn't escape Oh my gosh girl I'll tell you what my grandma says well had to stay low yeah you'RE GONNA eat for free listen to our daughter sing bone Emma a little kids because she had us go to sing in church right so she li- we will have a family gathering everybody ever come here after you know she she needed something I wanted to say to everybody including your aunties still at that I don't know what he's the song I'm like Oh God you bought come on anything I wanNA hear this song now is it a is it a is it a Gospel Song if I may see raise hassle the no heff say h loss no I I I lose Hey see great wow you have a great boys argest singing in church and stuff I'm not device that's awesome I wish I up singing in church on the way to Church of hope that sets great grounding Oh yeah I mean that's how I grew up where my mom Amman require to a Momma's MOMS always going to be one of my favorite singers of the world finals ear front like yeah like people love them when she seems like I love my influence from her and my grandma it's the same doo-wop and opera and still young and among those always wanted to be a singer so I kind of got that influenced from them I actually used to but that was a long time a girl I'm too old now grown thirty shoot oh girl I need to retire somewhere USA Gerald Solomon is a remember what are you doing so I'm a dog sorry about that really worries that to you you're start a shell now anthony Oh that's missing this go so tell me what was it like growing up like in India I've always wanted to hear like background stories ESPEC- three from countries that have never been to before lie what was your upbringing like living out there in India has granted it was a good I mean we have big families and they're all very close to our family leave and there's a strong bond everyone always there for each other you know life in India is a little more conservative than night of but things have changed it's really opened up now we growing up we didn't have that many choices on DVD radio music you know whatever we get a hands on from the West we listened to it wasn't that easy but now it's different ballgame right I mean with with the likes take spotify just launched in India of the few months ago really it's just lost you there in March of this year right when I released my song we but yeah but you know now that the cutting edge of everything and it's it's got a real human trav if that falls man I mean and never sleeps the Bombay's sit Moma never sleeps yeah and it's a it's a great blend of like East and West you have family ties you got your culture you know and save time it's it's becoming more and more open and more and more cosmopolitan and more and more modern you know people like rock music law surprising the oldest there are a lot of people love matches like matters always busy beginning Mia ruin elk in certain buckets yeah Metallica's government perform then wow they sold out like you ooh Stadium Yeah you know people love like guns metallica Bon Jovi that that stuff now now of course it's a everybody's listening to the talks forty you know everybody fisting a big artists that are on American radio so yeah you guys are starting to get rappers out there too Ed that movie boy which which was released and you know that's expe- India's entry to the Oscars that it's about rap it's about the underground rap scene we should check it out it's gone golly boy growing SUV that litter yeah I'm with some raft to look inward more than rap on my next song a song I'm writing and I should release in the next couple of months scored going Bollywood in holly would and it's Kinda hip hop bye to it it's GonNa it's got wrapped elements and hit off with Indian percussion and things like that addicts go that's styles dove I would love to hear that one because out definitely keep me informed girl so I'm already subscribed you'll pay oh by the way there's something I gotta ask let's go let's go onto the Bollywood thing I know you gotta be into our the girl I know I'm not sure I'm really inspired by Bollywood I I've never been never ah 'cause like I will say hey how's it going guys and thank you for tuning as we do this commercial break Carlton's Grand Cherokee the Turkey I've ever had in my life I'm talking about sweep Brian Soul divine and they even have a selection coming.

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