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"nepal" Discussed on KAILASH HAZARI IAS ACADEMY /ADMINISTRATIVE CONSULTANT SERVICE (WORLDWIDE)

KAILASH HAZARI IAS ACADEMY /ADMINISTRATIVE CONSULTANT SERVICE (WORLDWIDE)

03:37 min | 3 weeks ago

"nepal" Discussed on KAILASH HAZARI IAS ACADEMY /ADMINISTRATIVE CONSULTANT SERVICE (WORLDWIDE)

"Hello Friends, new prime minister of Nepal and India Nepal releases on December 25 2022. Sworn in as the new prime minister of Nepal. Indian Nepal releases witnessed bitterness during oil's tenure from 2015 to 2016 and 2018 to 2021. India, Nepal relations improved after duba became prime minister in 2021. Trade and economy. India age Nepal's largest trading partner by literature between the two countries crossed nearly U.S. dollar 2019 billion in the financial year. 20 to zero 7 India accounts for more than 33% of the total foreign direct investment stock in Nepal. Facility being a blind locked country India provides transit facilities to Nepal to trade with the rest of the world. Defense cooperation India assists in the modernization of the Nepal. This army. But supplying and providing training of defense equipment. A joint exercise named Surya kiran. It held every and between the two countries since 2011. Multilateral partnerships, the two can reach several multilateral for such edge. Bangladesh voted on India and Nepal. Dim stick day of Bengal initiative for multi septal technical and economic cooperation real state. Aligned movement and South Asian association for regional cooperation, challenge, border disputes. In the 2020 Nepal religious new swing, gala bunny. Limpia dura and lipo Lake area in its territory. Similarly, the kalapani border is also a matter of in between the two countries. China intervention general developing extensive infrastructure projects in Nepal. It considers Nepal and important partner of its belt and road initiative project. Internet security. Unlike other.

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Black boxes from Nepal plane crash to be sent to Singapore

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Black boxes from Nepal plane crash to be sent to Singapore

"The black boxes recovered from the January 15th plane crash in Nepal are being sent to Singapore for analysis, experts at Singapore's transportation safety investigation bureau will examine the flight data recorder and the cockpit voice recorder to try to identify the cause of the crash that killed all 72 people on board, a committee formed by the government is still looking into the cause of the eti airlines flight crash. Meanwhile, rescuers are still searching the hillside for the remains of two people still missing since the crash. The twin engine aircraft was approaching pokhara international airport at about 2700 feet when it plummeted into a gorge about a mile from the runway. I am Karen Chammas

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Nepal to send data recorder from crash to France

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Nepal to send data recorder from crash to France

"Nepalese authorities have begun returning to families the bodies of victims of a flight that crashed on Sunday, just before reaching new international airport in Nepal. Grieving relatives gather round and ambulance, while hospital staff put a body encased in a white body bag into the vehicle. To the scene, Nepalese lawyer says we have lost the precious lives of so many, which is happening again in the poll. This is an irreparable loss. Investigators ascending the aircraft's data recorded to France for analysis, as they tried to determine what caused the country's deadliest plain accident in 30 years. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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"nepal" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

07:46 min | 2 months ago

"nepal" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

"Coming up on 5 minute news. Martin Luther King Jr.'s daughter calls for action over words. Black boxes retrieved from Nepal plane crash site. And John Kerry supports UAE oil chief overseeing cop 28. It's Tuesday. January 17. I'm Antony Davis. The United States has honored Martin Luther King Jr. with a federal holiday for nearly four decades, yet still hasn't fully embraced and acted on the lessons from the slain civil rights leader, his youngest daughter, said yesterday. The reverend Bernice king, who leads the king center in Atlanta, said leaders, especially politicians, too often cheapen her father's legacy into a comfortable and convenient king offering easy platitudes. We love to quote king in and around the holiday, but then we refuse to live king 365 days a year she declared at the commemorative service at ebenezer baptist church, where her father once preached. Indeed, Texas governor Greg Abbott only last year signed a bill eliminating the requirement for Texas schools to teach about king's I have a dream speech. Governor Ron DeSantis is trying to ban the teaching of race and racism in Florida schools. The service organized by the center and held at ebenezer annually headlined observances of the 38th federal king holiday. King gunned down in Memphis in 1968 as he advocated for better pay and working conditions for the city's sanitation workers would have celebrated his 94th birthday on Sunday. Her voice rising and falling in cadences similar to her father's Bernice king bemoaned institutional and individual racism. Economic and healthcare inequities, police violence, and militarized international order, hardline immigration structures and the climate crisis. She said she's exhausted, exasperated, and frankly disappointed to hear her father's words about justice quoted so extensively alongside so little progress, addressing society's gravest problems. Search teams retrieved the flight data and cockpit voice recorders on Monday of a passenger plane that plummeted into a gorge on approach to a new airport in the foothills of the Himalayas officials said, as investigators looked for the cause of Nepal's deadliest plane crash in 30 years. At least 69 of the 72 people aboard were killed, an officials believed the three missing are also dead. Rescuers combed through the debris for them, scattered down a 984 foot deep gorge. Many of the passengers on Sunday's flight were returning home to pokhara, though the city is also popular with tourists since it's the gateway to the annapurna circuit hiking trail on Monday evening relatives and friends were still gathered outside a local hospital, some shouting at officials to speed up the post mortems so they could hold funerals for their loved ones. Later, some did receive the bodies of relatives. It's still not clear what caused the crash which took place less than a minute's flight from the airport on a mild day with little wind. Nepal's civil aviation authority said the aircraft made contact with the airport, which began operations only two weeks ago from near city gorge, a witness who recorded footage of the plane's descent, said it looks like a normal landing until the plane suddenly veered to the left. The twin engine ATR 72 aircraft operated by Nepal's Yeti airlines was completing the 27 minute flight from the capital Kathmandu, Tupac Hara, a 125 miles west. It was carrying 68 passengers, including 15 foreign nationals, as well as four crew members, Nepal's civil aviation authorities send in a statement the passengers included 5 Indians for Russians, two South Koreans, and one each from Ireland, Australia, Argentina, and France. U.S. climate envoy John Kerry backs the United Arab Emirates decision to appoint the CEO of a state run oil company to preside over the upcoming UN climate negotiations in Dubai, citing his work on renewable energy projects. In an interview on Sunday, the former U.S. Secretary of State acknowledged that the Emirates and other countries relying on fossil fuels to fund their state coffers face finding some balance ahead. However, he dismissed the idea that sultan algebra's appointment should be automatically disqualified due to him leading the Abu Dhabi national oil company. Activists, however, equated it to asking arms dealers to lead peace talks when authorities announced his nomination on Thursday. I think that doctor Sal ten Al jaba is a terrific choice because he's the head of the company. That company knows it needs to transition Kerry said, after attending an energy conference in the emirati capital. Still, Abu Dhabi plans to increase its production of crude oil from 4 million barrels a day, up to 5 million, even while the UAE promises to be carbon neutral by 2050, a target that remains difficult to assess and one that the Emirates still hasn't fully explained how it will reach. Skepticism remains among activists over algebra, however, a call by countries, including India and the United States for a phase down of oil and natural gas, never reached a public discussion during cop 27 in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el Sheik in November. Activists worry that cop being held in the Middle East nation reliant on fossil fuel sales for a second year in a row, could see something similar happen in the Emirates. You can subscribe to 5 minute news on YouTube with your preferred podcast app, ask your smart speaker or enable 5 minute news as your Amazon Alexa flash briefing skill. Subscribe, rate, and review online at 5 minute dot news. 5 minute news is an evergreen podcast covering politics inequality, health and climate delivering independent, unbiased and essential world's news. Daily. 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"nepal" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

Northwest Newsradio

02:14 min | 2 months ago

"nepal" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

"It could have been the worst. Aviation disaster in American history. Two passenger planes nearly collided on the runway at JFK airport in New York. Federal authorities have launched an investigation and now we're hearing the very moment when the air traffic controller prevented a catastrophe ABC's Andrea fujii has the details. The passengers involved in a near T bone collision at New York's JFK airport say they're still shaken by the close call. I will never not wear my seat belt on a plane. A panicked air traffic controller Friday night noticed an American Airlines plane on the same runway as a Delta plane, which had just been cleared for takeoff. The two planes missed each other by just 1000 feet. The Delta pilot slamming on the brakes at 115 mph. Brian Healy was on the Delta flight. Everyone's torso. This thrust forward. I'm just very grateful that the judgment calls that air traffic control made and that our pilot made for the right ones. The FAA and the NTSB are now investigating. But the air traffic controller was heard telling the American pilot he did not have clearance to be on that runway. Obviously there were mistakes made, human error was involved. So the real key here now is to find out by whom what were the circumstances, but most importantly, finding ways to put procedures in place to make sure that it never happens again. American Airlines has not commented on the near miss, in a statement, delta said, the safety of our customers and crew is always delta's number one priority. More than 150 people were on the Delta flight alone, experts say the air traffic controller who alerted the pilot should get credit for averting a catastrophe. This could have been the worst aviation disaster in U.S. history. That guy saved the day. So kudos to him. No one was hurt, and both flights continued to their destinations. Andrea Fuji ABC News, New York. And new developments in that deadly Nepal plane crash that left at least 68 people dead ABC's M1 has that story. Authorities in a pulse say they've recovered both black boxes from the deadly Yeti airlines plane crash and that they're in good condition. Investigators hoping the flight data and cockpit voice recorders can provide vital clues into what caused

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"nepal" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

Northwest Newsradio

01:43 min | 2 months ago

"nepal" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

"Each other by just 1000 feet. The Delta pilot slamming on the brakes at 115 mph. Brian Healy was on the Delta flight Everyone's torso. His thrust forward. I'm just very grateful that the judgment calls that air traffic control made and that our pilot made for the right ones. The FAA and the NTSB are now investigating. But the air traffic controller was heard telling the American pilot he did not have clearance to be on that runway. Obviously there were mistakes made human error was involved. So the real key here now is to find out by whom what were the circumstances, but most importantly, finding ways to put procedures in place to make sure that it never happens again. American Airlines has not commented on the near miss, in a statement, delta said, the safety of our customers and crew is always delta's number one priority, more than 150 people were on the Delta flight alone. Experts say the air traffic controller who alerted the pilot should get credit for averting a catastrophe. This could have been the worst aviation disaster in U.S. history. That guy saved the day. So, you know, kudos to him. No one was hurt, and both flights continue to their destinations. And ray Fuji, ABC News, New York. New developments in that deadly Nepal plane crash that left at least 68 people dead ABC's M Nguyen has the latest. Authorities in Nepal say they've recovered both black boxes from the deadly Yeti airlines plane crash and that they're in good condition. Investigators hoping the flight data and cockpit voice recorders can provide vital clues into what caused this passenger jet to go down. And it was in all agencies are involved in this cue as far as operation.

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"nepal" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:30 min | 2 months ago

"nepal" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"At least 68 killed in a plane crash in Nepal. Here's what we know so far by soul berga. A domestic flight traveling from the capital of Nepal Kathmandu, crashed near pokhara international airport on Sunday morning, killing at least 68 people, according to officials. The aircraft operated by Nepal's Yeti airlines was holding 68 passengers and four crew members officials sat. 15 of these people were international travelers from countries like India, Russia, South Korea, and France, among others. Pained by the tragic air crash in Nepal, in which precious lives have been lost, including Indian nationals, tweeted Indian prime minister Narendra Modi on Sunday. In this hour of grief my thoughts and prayers are with the bereaved families. Flight NYT 6 9 one, an ATR 72 500 aircraft, was flying from the capital of Kathmandu to pucara and was scheduled to be a short 24 minute long trip. The plane left Kathmandu at ten 34 a.m., and last made contact with the tower at ten 50 a.m.. Local media reports say that the pilot requested the aircraft land on a different runway before crashing on the bank of the SETI river, according to the aviation safety network. Authorities and rescue teams rushed to the crash site to conduct a search and rescue operation, according to Nepal's civil aviation authority. The cause of the crash is still under investigation. Yeti airlines said they would be canceling all flights on Monday to mourn the victims of the crash. When officials resumed searching the crash site on Monday, the flight data recorder and a cockpit voice recorder were retrieved, set a spokesperson for the civil aviation authority. Both black boxes will be handed over to investigators, Yeti airlines confirmed. ATR released a statement on Sunday following the crash. Our first thoughts are with all the individuals affected by this. The statement read ATR specialists are fully engaged to support both the investigation and the customer. This incident marks Nepal's worst crash in more than 30 years. When the country suffered two deadly plane crashes in 1992, those crashes, however, were operated by international airlines from Thailand and Pakistan, and left 113 and 167 people dead. A 2019 safety report from Nepal's civil aviation authority cites the country's hostile topography and diverse weather patterns as the biggest dangers to flights in the country, according to The Associated Press, though the report attributes many accidents to pilot error. Since 2000, nearly 350 people have died in a plane or a helicopter crash in Nepal, according to Reuters, the European Commission's air safety list also prohibits all Nepali airlines from operating in Europe due to safety concerns. I am deeply saddened by the tragic accident of Yeti airlines ANC ATR 72, which was flying from Kathmandu to pucara with passengers, tweeted Pushpa kemal to hall, the prime minister of Nepal. I sincerely appeal to the security personnel, all agencies of the Nepal government and the general public to start an effective rescue..

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Flight data, voice recorders retrieved from Nepal crash site

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Flight data, voice recorders retrieved from Nepal crash site

"A national day of mourning is taking place in Nepal, for the 68 people who died when a plane crashed, approaching pokhara airport, four people at least remain unaccounted for. Rescue workers are descending down a 984 feet gorge to continue the search where two more bodies were recovered on Monday morning. Schools of relatives and loved ones wait outside a hospital in the tourist town of pokhara for information. Had discovered a friend had died on the flight find that mandu. Meanwhile, the spokesman for the country's civil aviation authority says a flight data recorder and a cockpit voice recorder have been retrieved. It remains unclear what caused the crash, the country's deadliest, airplane accident in three decades, which took place amid mild non windy weather. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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At Least 68 Dead After Plane Crashes in Nepal

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

At Least 68 Dead After Plane Crashes in Nepal

"At least 68 of the 72 people aboard a plane that crashed in Nepal on Sunday are dead according to authorities. Nepal's civil aviation authority says the regional passenger jet crashed into a gorge while landing at a newly opened airport in the resort town of pokhara, witnesses rushed to the scene at least one reported hearing cries for help from within the fiery wreck, another said he saw the plane spinning violently in the air as it was about to land that it nosedived. The twin engine ATR 72 aircraft operated by Nepal's Yeti airlines was flying from the capital Kathmandu. It was carrying 68 passengers, including 15 foreign

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"nepal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 2 months ago

"nepal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Weekend after a plane crashes killing several people, at least 40 people are dead after that plane was 72 on board, went down in Nepal, rescue operations are continuing at this hour after the Yeti airlines flight crashed on the runway of pokhara international airport, no word yet on a cause, the airport has been closed as a result. California is securing a major disaster declaration amid devastating winter storms, governor Gavin Newsom asked President Biden to approve the declaration as the state reels from a series of deadly atmospheric rivers that declaration was approved on Saturday. The CDC and the FDA are looking into concerns that the Pfizer COVID vaccine causes strokes in those 65 and older. The CDC notes that overall, the data suggests it's very unlikely there's a true clinical risk, the agency's use of safety monitoring system that identified a preliminary signal that they found important to share with the public while they continued to evaluate data. A pregnant woman and one other are shot in New Jersey after a 9-1-1 call, Jonathan o'halloran, has more. It happened around 5 30 Saturday night on inman avenue and route one north in woodbridge, police received a 9-1-1 call of shots fired in the area, woodbridge police discovered a car with gunshots nearby, a short time later nearby Lyndon police discovered a pregnant woman and a male who suffered gunshot wounds in the parking lot of The Home Depot on west Edgar wrote. Police believe the two were shot in that previous incident in woodbridge and fled towards London. Middlesex county police, along with the two towns involved, they're still searching for who fired those shots, and the official cause of death for Lisa Marie Presley won't be known for some time. Lisa Marie was the only child of Elvis Presley, she died on Thursday after suffering sudden cardiac arrest at her California home, and that's the very latest, I'm Jim Forbes. A riverside county California sheriff's deputy was killed Friday night after responding to a domestic violence call, Ryan baker has more. 30 year old Darnell Calhoun is his second deputy killed in the line of duty and riverside county in the last two weeks sheriff Chad Bianco after the deadly shootout. Nationwide

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Director John Grooters Describes His Recent Trip to Nepal

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:10 min | 3 months ago

Director John Grooters Describes His Recent Trip to Nepal

"John, welcome to the podcast. Of course, we have one of your films already up in my local channel the frontier boys, and if I scroll down into the comments, people just love that film. It's very different kind of a film. It's basketball, it's high school, it's located differently than Sabina, but I just wanted to thank you for letting for working out a deal where we could have these films available to people to me it's such a refreshing contrast from just, you know, surfing Netflix and one horrible choice after another. And Debbie and I could not be more excited about Sabina. So we'll get to Sabina in a moment, but you just got back from Nepal doing some film scouting, well, first of all, what was it like? And what are you scouting for? Well, yeah, thank you, dinesh. It's always a great pleasure to speak with you. And I'm just honored that our films are going up on your channel. I really love your audience. I'm one of them. I'm part of them. And I hope they enjoy the frontier boys and Sabina. Yeah, excuse me. My wife and I were in Nepal. In the mountains, way up in the Himalayas, and the annapurna in a very remote little village is scouting for some projects that will be shooting in January. I'd never been to Nepal before and we took a helicopter from Kathmandu up into this mountain village about an hour and a half and flew right past the most incredible mountain range I've ever seen in my life and I've seen the Dolomites in Italy. I've seen the Alps and Switzerland and the rockies, but my goodness. The Himalayas are amazing. And the people are very wonderful there. There's a hospitality gene that they're born with that they treat guests with great dignity and honor. So it was wonderful. We'll be shooting a couple of short films in January that talk about the world of the Buddhist monk and the boys in Buddhism are sent to the monsters at about age four or 5. And then they spend their lives there.

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Sebastian Dives Into 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' With Chris Kohls

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 4 months ago

Sebastian Dives Into 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' With Chris Kohls

"Years, even some of the people involved with the making of these movies have categorized them, Chris, as B movies, as substandard kind of hokey fun. I think this is one of the best movies. I mean, if you have to give me the top 5 movies to choose, raiders will be amongst the top 5. Where does this be movie thing come from? And isn't it unfair? Yeah, it's definitely unfair, but I would say that there's a lot of different kinds of films, right? You write a film for a specific purpose. And there are some really powerful, amazing films that I will never want to see more than once. You know what I mean? Like really beautifully well made, impressive films, but they're not fun. They're not funny. They're not exciting. Watching Indiana Jones is just so much fun. Especially if you haven't seen it in a while, raiders lost art in particular. You forget some things and your watch, and you're thinking, man, this is just fantastic. I want to do this. I want to be on this adventure. I don't think you can make film better than that, right? To make the audience want to be doing the thing in the film that they're watching, that's to me, that's the ultimate goal right there. If you can make them want to be in the film, then you've won. If you want to emulate the protagonist, then the person making the movie has done their job. Even this, I mean, this moment that the traveling to Nepal. There's no amazing special effects. I think the seaplane was filmed somewhere out in California. And then they have this, you can say it's hokey. This image of the plane moving over a map, the red line, but it's perfect. It takes you back. It's kind of a period special effects, if you will.

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"nepal" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 6 months ago

"nepal" Discussed on KOMO

"News radio 1000 FM 97 7 stay connected, stay informed. Good evening, I'm Kelly flyer and here's what's happening. A 45 year old man was struck and killed by a car in a Soto neighborhood this afternoon. Santa police and firefighters responded to the scene in the 1700 block of first avenue south just before 4 p.m., the man died at the scene. The investigation continues into what happened. An extreme skier with Seattle ties has been found dead after falling into a crevasse in Nepal. The New York Times reports a rescue team helicopter to the scene and recovered the body of 49 year old Hillary Nelson. She fell Monday while climbing, mount, manis Lee with her partner Jim Morrison, their intent was to ski down the mountain, Nelson's remains have been transported to Kathmandu for an autopsy. The head of the company behind Tuesday's first flight of an all electric commuter plane tells a U.S. Senate committee that global certification standards should be among the priorities. Northwest news radio's Ryan Harris has the story. Eviation of Arlington CEO Greg Davis says the FAA should work with fellow regulators around the world to create certification standards, not only for electric planes like the one that took flight at Moses Lake, but for the battery technology that powers them. Davis says with aviation emissions of rapidly growing percentage of global pollution, he says it's an opportunity for the U.S. to drive environmental progress and create American jobs. Davis also says the Department of Energy should work with the FAA on charging infrastructure. The DOE is leading the world in terms of ground vehicle battery infrastructure. There is an opportunity to tie in the Department of Energy on the expansion of aircraft charging networks to service rural and urban airports. Some committee Republicans were critical of what they say is slow movement on rule making by the FAA while others say the FAA does have more work, but has made progress on some rules like for remote drone identification. Ryan Harris northwest news radio

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A famed U.S. extreme skier's body is recovered in Nepal

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

A famed U.S. extreme skier's body is recovered in Nepal

"The body of a missing famed U.S. extreme skier has been recovered in Nepal Hillary Nelson was skiing down from the summit of mount manaslu with her partner Jim Morrison when she fell off the mountain rescuers searching by helicopter located Nelson's body two days later bad weather in an avalanche hampered their search Nelson was an extreme skier She spoke to the AP in 2018 about skiing down the world's fourth highest mountain Not because I was going to die just because I was going to give up But

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"nepal" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"nepal" Discussed on WBUR

"Great. But as soon as you start crowd work audience interactions, they give the shortest answer possible. In Nepal, I also noticed big differences. I lived there for a while so I did quite a few shows there. And again, usually I've mixed audiences, but I remember once you were the whole audience was ne police, and I was feeling so good about myself because they were laughing. I felt I was killing it and I was like, that is great feeling. It's like, why? I found my audience the Nepalese. And then a new police comedian pointed out like, yeah, half of them really didn't understand you because their English isn't good enough. They're just trying to be very polite, because they're a bit more respectful towards the performer in Nepal. Do you think doing this and sort of working out what works in different cultures has made you a better comedian? Because you've had to adapt and you've had to really understand what makes something funny. Yes, absolutely. I think in general trying to get different types of audiences is very helpful to develop your comedic skills because you need to adjust you need to be agile. But that doesn't necessarily only need to be different nations, different cultures, even within one culture you can have huge differences in audience in the Netherlands. If I perform in Amsterdam at a vegan restaurant that has an open mite night or whatever, I get a way different audience than when I'm in a bit more rural place in the Netherlands. Performing at a truck driver's convention, for instance. You really need to adjust your material and pacing and everything. Thanks, fedor

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AP's global religion team explores sacred rivers around the world, what they mean to those whose faith is tied to the waterways, and the existential challenges ahead.

AP News Radio

02:50 min | 7 months ago

AP's global religion team explores sacred rivers around the world, what they mean to those whose faith is tied to the waterways, and the existential challenges ahead.

"In this week's religion roundup a stream of faith runs through the world's sacred rivers The global religion team at The Associated Press explored sacred rivers around the world and the existential challenges they face AP explored 6 rivers that cross the Middle East the Pacific Northwest New Zealand Nepal Nigeria and Chile Among them is the Jordan River familiar to Christians and Jews from biblical stories AP's Jesse guardar ski and adherence along the banks of the Jordan describe the role the river plays today The Jordan River is revered by Christians as the site of the baptism of Jesus Because in my religion they use it many times throughout the years So it's good to actually real well you also from the souls Many modern day visitors immerse themselves in the sacred waters in a show of faith We can just simply imagine John's baptizing the believers here waiting for the arrival of Jesus Christ But the lower Jordan River has suffered from decades of water diversions for agriculture and domestic use Today the river's annual water flow is down to just a tiny fraction of its historic levels The Jordan joins other sacred world rivers and facing severe challenges in the Pacific Northwest the Columbia river winds its way from British Columbia through the states of Washington and Oregon The river and the bounty it provides feature prominently in Native American ceremonies at rituals Patricia whitefoot from the yakama nation says the waters are a reminder that humans weren't the first ones here We're taught that the animals and the fish and the birds the mountains the water They were all here And so what we do is really a gift a gift to all of us Today dams climate change and population growth threatened this way of life On the ocean river in Nigeria illegal gold mining along the river has made its waters increasingly toxic However some like activist Anthony and deja vu are hopeful that the sacred river can return to a safe condition I'm optimistic and I believe that it is possible the government just needs to have that political will to save the iconic river AP journalists depart says the people she encountered on the project were grateful that the religious role of their rivers was no longer being overlooked They were thrilled that someone actually wanted to talk about their religion because that has always been pushed to the back door in the middle of legislation politics fishing rights all those issues have taken the front seat over the years over the decades but when it came to religion hasn't really seen the light of day You can find more about AP's 6 part sacred rivers project at AP news dot com I'm Walter ratliff

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"nepal" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

03:33 min | 8 months ago

"nepal" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"There was good news out of the forest of Nepal last month, on world Tiger day, the country announced the results of the latest national survey, 355 tigers now Rome Nepal. Nearly tripled the number in recent years, but at the same time, there's an increase in conflict with humans. Danielle price has the story. A dozen years ago, the fate of the world's tigers seemed bleak. The wild Tiger population had dwindled from a 100,000 to just over 3000. Leaders from the countries where tigers still lived met in St. Petersburg, Russia and vowed to double their populations. World wildlife funds Nepal director Ghana garung is overjoyed that Nepal has overshot that goal. I never thought this number was possible. Globally, the Tiger population has increased 40%, though some of this is likely due to better counting. In Nepal, gurung says the numbers have gone up through good forest management and strong anti poaching measures. He says what's good for tigers is good for the environment all around. Considering for its water. But some are starting to question how many tigers the country can safely support. Yeah, it is primitive tigers in situ. Is the director of the taru cultural museum and research center in chihuahua. The national park used to be a royal hunting reserve, where international diplomacy happened over big game hunts. A 128 tigers now live in these lowlands of south central Nepal. Many peoples are oh my God. This is a high number. It could be more human one of conflict. Deadly interactions between humans and tigers are on the rise. In the last three years, 62 people have died in Tiger attacks and Nepal. One of them was Dolly Rawat. I reached her daughter in law, some genre at home near bardia national park, where she had been feeding the families goats. We actually had a really good relationship. It hurts my heart to talk about her. To me, she was like my own mother. Earlier this year, Dolly Rawat had been in the forest with a group of friends collecting animal fodder. She was attacked by a Tiger when she left the group to drink water from a nearby stream. I agree they have the responsibility to protect the tigers and the growth of the Tiger population. But what about us? The people who live in the buffer zone. Do they have any responsibility towards us? I don't understand how many tigers they want. Some general says the family received 50,000 rupees in compensation, about $400. She wants the government to protect the local population, maybe through fences. The chief warden of chitwan national park, Hari badra acharya, says other support could help people avoid having to go to the forest for their daily needs. If they can get cooking gas easily, then they don't need to enter the forest for pilot collection. While the tigers come back poses a risk to the local population, the wildlife here is a big draw for tourists, which creates jobs, gonorrhea from the world wildlife fund, worries about human wildlife conflict too, but even more about extinction. But then I think that possibly it's to me is a less risk here than not protecting them. Now, particularly in damage, you can lose tag with any type. There are still less than 4000 wild tigers in the world..

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WHO: COVID-19 deaths rise, reversing a 5-week decline

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 10 months ago

WHO: COVID-19 deaths rise, reversing a 5-week decline

"Global deaths from the coronavirus are back on the rise In its latest weekly assessment the World Health Organization says 8700 people buy globally last week from COVID-19 a 4% increase coming after 5 weeks of declines The largest jump in deaths were centered in the Americas and the western Pacific coronavirus infection cases in general continued to fall with about 3.2 million new cases reported last week but large regional spikes of infection were seen in the Middle East and Southeast Asia The organization says the figures are likely an undercount because so many countries have reduced testing and surveillance hosting a meeting of the COVID-19 global action plan in Washington U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned health officials about relaxing their guard as the detailed plans to send additional pediatric vaccines to nations like Nepal and Mongolia I'm Jennifer King

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Plane wreckage found in Nepal mountains; 21 bodies recovered

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Plane wreckage found in Nepal mountains; 21 bodies recovered

"Rescuers are searching a mountainside in Nepal have recovered the bodies of 21 of the 22 people who were on board a plane that crashed a day earlier The Tara air turboprop twin otter plane had lost control with the airport tower on Sunday while flying on a scheduled 20 minute flight in an area of deep river gorges and mountain tops recovery efforts were delayed because some bodies had been pinned under the plains wreckage rescuers have had to work with their bare hands due to difficulties moving the metal debris for Indians and two Germans were on the plain the three crew members and other passengers when a parley nationals I'm Charles De

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"nepal" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:23 min | 10 months ago

"nepal" Discussed on WTOP

"Above average normal season meteorologist or forecasting between 14 to 21 named storms between June 1st and November 30th 6 to ten of them are expected to grow into hurricanes Three to 6 of them into major hurricanes This marks the 7th year in a row NOAA has predicted an above average season Rescuers say and that was a CBS Tanya Rivera reporting and rescuers say they're close to finding a small plane that has gone missing in Nepal's mountains It had been flying on a popular tourist route searchers say they are headed to a possible crash site when bad weather and nightfall made them call off the search until Monday morning It's almost 1 a.m. in Nepal right now 22 people were on board that plane lost contact with the airport tower shortly after takeoff It is two 55 at WTO and time for money news in 25 and 55 years Denise Pellegrini This is a Bloomberg money minute Well good luck getting an inground swimming pool installed this year Please understand that due to the high volume of calls and the current COVID-19 situation We are doing our best to get back to everyone in a timely fashion Ferrari pulls and the Boston metro isn't the only pool company fielding a flood of calls It's a problem nationwide We actually think it's worse this year than it was last season Greg darvin owner of pristine pools in east Hampton outside New York City says production manufacturing chip shortages plastic shortages shipping hoarding and labor costs are all making it tough for people to get those luxury pools before the spring of 2023 at least Depending on how the next month or two continues we might be talking about August 2023 And then beyond prices are also going up but darvin notes demand for luxury pools could nosedive in a hot minute if the stock market keeps going south From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Denise Pellegrini on WTO President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden spent the day in Yuval di Texas to meet with grieving families there after the mass shooting at the elementary school last week And as they do the Justice Department announced plans to review how law enforcement responded to that shooting more on both those stories coming up It's two 56 Here at total wine and more you'll find what you love and love what you find especially our totally low prices That rose you recommended was a hit What should we.

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Sherpa woman climbs Everest for 10th time, breaks own record

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

Sherpa woman climbs Everest for 10th time, breaks own record

"Hundreds hundreds hundreds hundreds of of of of climbers climbers climbers climbers who who who who scaled scaled scaled scaled Mount Mount Mount Mount Everest Everest Everest Everest over over over over the the the the past past past past few few few few days days days days are are are are taking taking taking taking advantage advantage advantage advantage of of of of favorable favorable favorable favorable weather weather weather weather conditions conditions conditions conditions to to to to return return return return safely safely safely safely down down down down the the the the mountain mountain mountain mountain British British British British climber climber climber climber Kenton Kenton Kenton Kenton cool cool cool cool scaled scaled scaled scaled Everest Everest Everest Everest for for for for the the the the sixteenth sixteenth sixteenth sixteenth time time time time setting setting setting setting the the the the record record record record for for for for the the the the most most most most Everest Everest Everest Everest summits summits summits summits by by by by a a a a non non non non Nepalese Nepalese Nepalese Nepalese climber climber climber climber Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Antonino Antonino Antonino Antonino samba samba samba samba Lobo Lobo Lobo Lobo hopes hopes hopes hopes the the the the message message message message from from from from her her her her climb climb climb climb is is is is to to to to be be be be aware aware aware aware that that that that in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine we we we we have have have have still still still still war war war war and and and and the the the the Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian people people people people are are are are still still still still fighting fighting fighting fighting for for for for their their their their freedom freedom freedom freedom of of of of for for for for their their their their future future future future and and and and we we we we need need need need help help help help from from from from all all all all the the the the sides sides sides sides are are are are sharper sharper sharper sharper from from from from Nepal Nepal Nepal Nepal who who who who now now now now lives lives lives lives in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. broke broke broke broke her her her her own own own own record record record record reaching reaching reaching reaching the the the the twenty twenty twenty twenty nine nine nine nine thousand thousand thousand thousand foot foot foot foot summit summit summit summit for for for for the the the the tenth tenth tenth tenth time time time time the the the the most most most most times times times times any any any any woman woman woman woman has has has has climbed climbed climbed climbed Mount Mount Mount Mount Everest Everest Everest Everest lock lock lock lock by by by by sherpa sherpa sherpa sherpa has has has has sights sights sights sights on on on on the the the the second second second second highest highest highest highest peak peak peak peak maybe maybe maybe maybe get get get get you you you you are are are are that that that that is is is is due due due due to to to to seasonal seasonal seasonal seasonal very very very very coming coming coming coming soon soon soon soon K. K. K. K. two two two two is is is is in in in in Pakistan Pakistan Pakistan Pakistan I'm I'm I'm I'm at at at at Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahue

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Pres. Trump Reacts to Poll That 17% of Voters Would've Changed

The Dan Bongino Show

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Pres. Trump Reacts to Poll That 17% of Voters Would've Changed

"It's now obvious that 2020 election big tech the media I need liberal activists out there colluded to wipe the Hunter Biden story off the map before the election They hit it If it was a story about you and your kids which you wouldn't be because your kids don't act unethically like that But of course you'd be everywhere Now we know 17% of voters they said Nepal swing state voters mister president would have voted differently if they would have known about this Hunter Biden story This has to infuriate you Your thoughts on that Well it infuriates everybody And maybe me almost less because I've known about it for a long time and you've known about it Nobody studies it better than you or understands it better than you We have a very corrupt media It's totally corrupt and a lot of people don't know that but they have learned If you look at around 2015 everyone thought the media was in the mid 90s the approval rating Now I think it's lower than Congress So we've taught a lot of people about the media The media in our country is totally corrupt Just like voters are open in the elections are corrupt Totally corrupt And so I saw this and I said isn't that a shame And then the pollsters came out with numbers that they set 17% I think you just said that 17% difference And we won anyway but that would have been a total crazy number And I believe that it's true If anything it's slow They would not cover this So except for the New York Post that all fairness in New York Post had a lot of courage And I think they went through a lot But I think they actually gained great credibility by doing that They really covered it strongly But nobody even picked it up from them And it's frankly it's disgraceful And I actually think it's probably a campaign contribution of massive magnitude I think it's totally illegal what they

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San Francisco Voters Recall 3 Board of Education Members

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

San Francisco Voters Recall 3 Board of Education Members

"A small piece of hopeful news good news out of San Francisco, the city has voted decisively. This is the voters. More than 70%. In a recall vote to throw out three of the members of the city school board. And the vote was not close. Allison Collins recalled by 78% to 21% Gabriella Lopez, 74% to 24%. Falga moliga recalled 71% to 27%. So this is massive majorities liberal majorities have decided to give these three scoundrels the boat. So you might ask, what's going on in San Francisco? Well, by and large, the city school board has been in complete, has kept the schools in complete shutdown. And parents are getting increasingly restless. My kids aren't getting a proper education. They're essentially being cognitively deprived for the larger part of two years when other schools gonna open, but instead of focusing on that, what the city school board was focused on is renaming the schools. Apparently, these three characters were leading a drive to rename a whole bunch of schools in San Francisco. The Abraham Lincoln school, the George Washington school, the Thomas Jefferson school that Theodore Roosevelt school, the Robert Louis Stevenson school, Nepal revere school all renamed, and the decision to rename them was taken literally in seconds. Apparently they had a sort of a research committee, the school names advisory committee, they did no real research. They did basically Google and Wikipedia. And they just decided, Abraham Lincoln, yeah, you freed the slaves, but who cares? You know, he was the American Indians didn't do very well under Lincoln. Boom, he's gone. And this was the methodology. No debate, no consultation with historians, no effort to sort of do a balanced assessment. The only time a balanced assessment came up as somebody said, well, wasn't Malcolm X kind of a racist in the early part of his career, and they were like, yeah, but he got better later. So what we're not gonna read. We're not gonna take his name off the

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Study: Air Pollution May Reduce Life Expectancy

CNN 5 Things

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Study: Air Pollution May Reduce Life Expectancy

"Air. Pollution is a greater breadth. Who people's lives around the world than smoking. hiv aids or war. that's out of the university of chicago's energy policy institute. Cnn's anna sterler as more. According to a new report published. Wednesday people are losing nearly two and a half years of their lives. On average in countries where air pollution levels or below standards set by the world health organization. India has the highest levels of air pollution. Globally and residents have an average of nearly six shaved off their lives. According to air quality life index the index calculates years loss based on what the life expectancy would be if a country met clean air guidelines. Set by the who. The top five countries with the highest average number of years lost were india bangladesh nepal pakistan and

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The History of Cannabis

Gastropod

02:12 min | 1 year ago

The History of Cannabis

"Turns out we have geology to thank for cannabis. At least for cannabis's psychoactive properties. The ancient ancestors of the cannabis plant started growing tens of millions of years ago around. What is now central asia like pakistan northern india nepal. And then something dramatic happened the entire subcontinent. That is now. India drifted north crashed into asia. The crumple zone is what we now call. The himalayas and the cannabis plants that were growing in that zone. Got really really high and the ones that were stuck down low the plains near the himalayas. Well they didn't get quite so high is difference is both topographical and literal the cannabis. The grew in the mountainous region started producing thc. Which or the uninitiated is the chemical in cannabis. That gets you high. We don't know for certain. Why the plant produces it. It appears serve kind of sunscreen. Chris duval is a professor at the university of new mexico and author of two books on the topic. The african roots of marijuana and cannabis kris told us that the cannabis that stayed down low and temperate plains. Those plans did not produce. thc they became. What we know is hemp source of cloth rope and disgusting. Health foods cannabis grew really easily and a lot of different environments especially ones. We disturbed to build settlements. It was literally a weed. That's why we call it weed. And so there was probably a lot of cannabis just growing in central and east asia both the high mountainous regions and the low parts and so a really longtime ago as long as maybe twelve thousand years ago people figured out ways to use it. It appears for both populations. Initially people used it for the seeds which are edible You know you can buy them in. Eat them nowadays. Emcees are often founded natural food stores. Today they're full of wonderful nutrients but they taste terrible. And before you all right in and tell me i'm wrong. not only to. Cynthia agree with me. The historical record does to kris told us that in china hemp seeds were at one point considered a staple food but it was kind of slowly replaced as people in that region in china. You know kind of domesticated and started using other plants more calmly so types of militans organ kind of displaced at

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Sebastien Gorka Slams AOC's Recount of What Happened on Jan. 6

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:32 min | 1 year ago

Sebastien Gorka Slams AOC's Recount of What Happened on Jan. 6

"First let's just dwell a little on the question of yesterday's. I hearing of the select committee on the january. The six quote unquote insurrection. The first insurrection. In human history when no weapons were bought by the insurrectionists to the event. It's rather funny. It's like having a tea party with not. That wouldn't be a tea party in my opinion. But hey you gotta live in the crazy world of the democrats but the question is so i. It was death. Now it's rape what is it going to be next she was going to be beamed op into an alien spacecraft. Was the yeti gang to kidnapper and take her to his a mountain hideaway in the in the mountainous regions of nepal. It's theater it's all. She's a liar she's not even a democrat. She was elected a member of the democratic socialists of america yes desa. She was a member of the democrat socialists of america. That's why she cannot she simply refuses to denounce the communist regime in cuba instead. She says the people screaming for freedom for libertad undoing so because america has oppressed them with an embargo. We it because they're waving of flags. If you're if you're being oppressed by america maybe you won't you wouldn't actually wave our flag strange but that's afc's world

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"nepal" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

Wild Yoga Tribe

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"nepal" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

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"nepal" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

Wild Yoga Tribe

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"nepal" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

"To wear Yeah i love. That are cash. How you said when we go on a trip we have to prepare for the. We have to buy the tickets. Do the research plan our transportation. Pack our suitcase. There's so much that goes into that and people would not argue with you of course but when we say to prepare yourself for every single day you know to be a good person to be more in control of the thoughts and to be more peace in mindful bay. Forget that there's some preparation needed you know there. You need to set a sense call by you. Need to do meditation pranee yama own chanting. Whatever part of this yoga tradition that calls to you and helps you the most. That's that's an act of. That's an act of preparation every day. Because if you don't clean your car or relevance bottom let me so a human body now feelings out of mine if you don clean everyday mail a lot of boss though we have to live. You don't plead and it will be deducted though. Yoga is a good wasn't true and it's not just the washing of our muscles bones. Ligaments fantasia. i. It's not just the actual body cleansing and purification. It's also the prawna and the chaka's in like helping every we're in alignment your mind. You're in drag your son scott. Everything's would you like to tell precaut- our listeners. A little bit about how you got started yourself on the path of yoga extremes. I never think of all the to be your masters. I think how. I can connect with myself. My goal was to myself. My is medicine and medicine is amazing where i learned more than one hundred technique of medicines and finally i soul medicine and after who manages in a lot of things in my life i think the best way to practice and unfitting medicines and social yoga in yoga home and innovative beginning. I don into inside of the. Something's thus it was my pleasure. It was my like a plane and i. I don't have to take the yoga. So parmenio is like a art of my mom. Part of my crane asking why indoor into the yoga in the beginning in the beginning of that been. And i've been to many places. Many many of those tokens hear me. And finally i've into yoga class and it was amazing and ideally surprise topix benefit of yoga and then after that I thought that why not to tie. Mole and i tied deepening defend those and then also might that. It's a lot of mental deputy felony. I like i lost my father now. Nobody calls earth and win. Poverty died and then he opt the barden by yourself by on. It doesn't beach call me and and with my father i have viga men. I become debase depressed. And the l. to seek my to sell and then my concept of the yoga thins from the topic to get into the more into this. And then i've been demanding. Many yogis medicines many pimples and many Modesty and many more places have not doing us at the spectrum then i've into university and domestic science and it made me more did dot eu about the muscles brains and are on the name of yoga. Then still i continue my sticking and i've been communicate many jungles no many orgies and many stains and many many books and hitting and thought thing all this things i becomes more posited that mink processes give me a big listens. That's what you knew that. We said that the process of your army lighten been. You are not ready to sneak your and finally the matesanz. On way on the on the on the season than i i talk i feel that all i got precaut- what makes yoga in nepal different. Or what makes yoga in nepal various special. The things is a nepali motherland of yoga. Because must have become of your that. Has the score. Will this model of all and this is the place of the c. Wa with you. I and we of the hawk deal unto yoga and on the other end in nepal. Would they had done and would go out garden fall. And he give the convicts techniques of deliberations and many more says many more sense and midday the practice in nepal so in in context of nepal. You the is our calls like you do your christmas in your county in nepal and people. Take your part of your life. Besides autumn limbaugh is a very authentic taste. Learn the continuer and something about nepal yoga home. The where you've built it. It's just such a gorgeous yoga shala and facility species the himalayas. It's surrounded by the jungle. There's so much clean. And pure air air and energy there think nepal zaveri special to do yoga not just because of the history but because of the energy that still there today pine because we have thrown in lebanon. Note and non paul disciple of wood. And would they send you to neo on this tunnel. So the energy of the finance amazing and glorious and so we are dealing with energy. That's why you're you're more especial all unicycles. Yes that's so true. If somebody wanted to come take a yoga teacher. Training with you are come. Do a course. Do you wanna talk a little bit about the courses that you do offer and how they can get in touch with you like the website.

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"nepal" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

Wild Yoga Tribe

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"nepal" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

"Welcome welcome. Welcome to the wild yoga tribe. Podcast here on episode six. I welcome my yoga teacher from nepal. Yoga home in katmandu precaution. Sharia is the founder of nepal yoga home and is a renowned yoga teacher with a master's degree in yoga science and human consciousness and his current phd. That he's working on a meditation. He's also a grand master and reiki healer and has diplomas in yoga and naturopathy acupressure and also the yoga alliance international ambassador for nepal. He has a deep and profound knowledge and insight into the field of yoga. And i am so lucky to have been one of his students in katmandu for my two hundred hour. Yoga teacher training course was such an honor to be with them. And i'm it's an honor to have him here on the show today. Thank you for being with me today for cash Play the to make you the nepali on emily. We have the concept to make though all global globe as a family and if all along with a small practice to make that it's beautiful. I know you do have yoga. Students come from all around the world to be with you though right almost every country i feel i cannot sue come doors yes we have more than one. Defend this year and men people's from the minute dependent corner of the world. They concentrated in electricity. Earning goes do got his it caused that coors and if eating lysine balls and the healing courses and calm palm all of our wet is one of the most important things you have to teach your students that come to you okay. Something my what. I think is the simple to understand the tins of yoga. Because nowadays. you're going from this from the museum. So i like to give the infamous of the ula. We why what is not. It was clear and the not for them. They can win azeem. They can go into other excited. They can go in or the ethics the seeking the truth. They are seeking the lease fees. And they can go in your. How is it yoga. Different from the gym or something that you know you said we're going far away from the essence so what is at the essence. Let's let's define that really really good questions. Since of yoga is to pioneer itself to the truth to find the place to find your real existence which darnell and with you have creed from all of the year. All doug mall peaceful all the bundy's obligates distant but we mixing that art and just on the name of yoga. We are doing different exercises. Meditation is why would you ask the right. Yes so win. Tom and when students come to you and katmandu from all over the world. Do you think that they're really surprised. That what yoga really is. D- feel like most of them kind of have that shock of. Wow that's yoga. Do you think they feel that way. While i welcome to them. And i i let them or the deaconess meaning and history and all the process of the yoga near really surprise because undermined the of mindset thing about yoga and when it comes to hear and learn the depend way of your and if they will find the realistic of yoga are we can Mashed our own mind. Ones are on the mawson's because all we are saying come out only moss on parts so there'll be more after coming. Yeah look precaut- there so much that you've taught me that i still think about day today. Today they pop in these thoughts. You you've so many wise words. I love that when you taught me that a yogi is someone who thinks only when they want to think you know they choose. They choose when they want to think or when they don't but of easy though the opposite of a yogi of ogi is someone who thinks all the time with chaos in the mind with no control. I thought that was such a powerful powerful lesson. Do you wanna talk about it. A little bit more for our listeners are definitely lost crop balls. We have solved from our own. Mind mine do it. It can give you a vision also have been a big bondage. It's like you used to do and he used to do remind you who the mole of relations you more creatively. You are winning kalisz coughing on your mind. Mine is giving you a big silly reason in your life on the other end on your mind will hold up your hand and it makes you big softening to you if you see the normal people. They have almost The colleges opportunity among them ninety five or courts ought to use this how elicited cards we doing a day. All these cards bagging are busy but infrequently wanted to resolve this enzi pasta poll. We helped to my are and we we minimize out then online would more clear and clearance near the mid lists clo- of the wind. The kennel can league while we'd all figuring this. Many pools of our eagle anger fear tasks men.

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Will Portugal Move to the Amber List?

The Briefing

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Will Portugal Move to the Amber List?

"Just when you thought. It was safe to book a holiday to portugal. We've learned it could be removed from the. Uk's travel green list ministers and that medical advisers are meeting today. they'll be deciding if the country should instead be waited. Amber that would mean holiday makers having to quarantine for ten days when they get higher and pay for to pcr tests. Scientists are concerned about rising infection rights and the emergence of variance in portugal. Our home affairs editor. Charles hamas has a piece of analysis. He says football could be behind the rise in cases. And we've got a guide to your rights. If you've already got holiday booked meantime there were reports a new nepal. Variant spreading in europe may also threaten holidays. Scientists fear that strain could be resistant to vaccines.

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Where Are We in the Hydrogen Hype Cycle?

The Interchange

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Where Are We in the Hydrogen Hype Cycle?

"I spent a lot of time thinking about technologies that are in their early days today. But where you can just feel the momentum or in some cases the hype building it's generally pretty unscientific exercise as you can imagine. I mean how do you measure the level of hype around a particular technology but one of my little hacks to make it. At least marginally quantitative is use google trends which lets you track. The volume of google searches over time for particular words or phrases so today's episode is all about hydrogen and particularly green hydrogen. So here's what google trends has to tell us the hype around the term green hydrogen really only started to build in late twenty nineteen early twenty twenty. So it's pretty recent but it's been on a steady upward trajectory worldwide. Since then but more interesting perhaps is the geography of these searches. Denmark is far and away the country with the most search activity around green hydrogen more than double the next country according to google. The top ten is rounded out with in order nepal united arab emirates australia singapore new zealand oman norway the uk and canada. The us is number twelve in case you are wondering so setting aside nepal for a second. Maybe somebody can explain what's going on and hydrogen in nepal to me but apart from that the list basically makes sense. I think you could basically group. The country's into three categories. The first group is europe and especially northern europe which is home to i think the most early government support for green hydrogen and where the market indeed may actually take off i.

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"nepal" Discussed on Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"nepal" Discussed on Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

"Alright everyone welcome to digital conversations. I am your host billy bateman and today i am joined by munish nepal. Moosh how you doing man. I'm doing great bill. Thanks for having me excited to be talking to you. Yeah excited to have you. We're gonna we're gonna talk about a few different things But before before we hop into it. I wanna give you a chance to let everyone get to know you tell us a little bit about yourself then and what you work not char so My name is monica. And i'm a freelance to marketer with Lillo ten years of experience working with bands mostly b. two b. brands like fresh works. Ringcentral and seals hacker. I recently lost my own marketing agency in bang in the middle of the pandemic and it's called marketing impact and i started to scale my one person. Freelance a business. Because i think that the demand for marketing related services has gone up exponentially owing to the pandemic which i think has forced several people to start their businesses on their own and up until february this year. Two thousand twenty one. I was running. Ask all abm conversations podcast with michael host young. We covered a lot of topics in marketing. The same we are doing here with diesel citizens believed. I decided to move on from that. Podcast after doing it for a little over year year. Because i wanted to invest my time and energy on setting up online. Isn't that. I just mentioned so a from being a podcast host onto two months back. Huron today talking to you in your forecast. That's the story up my personal life in less than thirty seconds. Awesome man so One thing let's let's talk about this for a minute. The shift to the larger demand for digital marketing content with the pandemic it used to be especially in the b. two b. world. You know you could. You'd have your website. You'd be running your digital campaigns but then you're also got you know we're going to trade shows were hosting our own events were bringing customers in. We're going out and have lunch with them visiting on making sure. everything's going. Well that stopped a year ago and is just starting to pick back up again But what did you guys see in terms of that shift like did you go from you. Know like a thirty percent capacity to one hundred percent capacity or or. What are your thoughts on that show. So i'll talk about my personal experience. Which i think was a little ahead of the rest of the world. Which is i. I started my freelancing Career at end to thousand nine of before the pandemic hit the entire world. And i think i. I was lucky because You know. I prepared myself for the lockdown. That had to come the work from home and remote work disruption. That happened just by pure accident. But then i think i hit the lottery because of the pandemic because I was looking for clients..

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"nepal" Discussed on Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"nepal" Discussed on Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

"Alright everyone welcome to digital conversations. I am your host billy bateman and today i am joined by munish nepal. Moosh how you doing man. I'm doing great bill. Thanks for having me excited to be talking to you. Yeah excited to have you. We're gonna we're gonna talk about a few different things But before before we hop into it. I wanna give you a chance to let everyone get to know you tell us a little bit about yourself then and what you work not char so My name is monica. And i'm a freelance to marketer with Lillo ten years of experience working with bands mostly b. two b. brands like fresh works. Ringcentral and seals hacker. I recently lost my own marketing agency in bang in the middle of the pandemic and it's called marketing impact and i started to scale my one person. Freelance a business. Because i think that the demand for marketing related services has gone up exponentially owing to the pandemic which i think has forced several people to start their businesses on their own and up until february this year. Two thousand twenty one. I was running. Ask all abm conversations podcast with michael host young. We covered a lot of topics in marketing. The same we are doing here with diesel citizens believed. I decided to move on from that. Podcast after doing it for a little over year year. Because i wanted to invest my time and energy on setting up online. Isn't that. I just mentioned so a from being a podcast host onto two months back. Huron today talking to you in your forecast. That's the story up my personal life in less than thirty seconds.

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"nepal" Discussed on Zero To Travel Podcast

Zero To Travel Podcast

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"nepal" Discussed on Zero To Travel Podcast

"Run through it Was a little with this on. Permits are going to be now. But i don't know where we were but now that's great man. Oh you could start off that now. Because i would would have been way too early. You know got to have to have your coffee. I again thanks for doing this so we don't have to first of all appreciate you. I appreciate everything about the things that you've done that i'm hearing and like this film specially like my wife and i feel such a connection to nepal through the experience. We had their through having the close connection with our guide and our porter on the track. Ming marin Samir guide who were still in touch with. And you know it's great win Like those relationships transcend just like the trip. You know like we still keep in touch with some mirror and not just like a human connection that we have. We're traveling and then it goes away. And that's that's like a nice thing if people are so friendly but i don't know man it's just I think it's great. It's really gutsy. Yeah some of the stuff that you've done to say the least and i mean think about putting yourself out there in that way to make the film and then to actually live. The experience is like it's a pretty gutsy thing man. I'm sure you have learned not only about the culture ballade by yourself just through kind of doing this these types of things so rock on then he. I mean it's just what i do. I just what i do. It's what that's all. That's what i do right but we need everyone meaning everyone. So what are you doing next. I mean i know you're we're all kind of locked down here. But i mean you have a gone. It's gotten lately the ever you know Yeah of course the on god it is. Tell him back. It's coming back hard. The film has been.

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"nepal" Discussed on Zero To Travel Podcast

Zero To Travel Podcast

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"nepal" Discussed on Zero To Travel Podcast

"It's crazy. It's crazy it's crazy in what now happened multiple times. I paid for housing just in that trip. I don apple podcasts. After that because he was wild to me. I pay for housing three nights out of or a few nights out of almost six months. Who's involved in south america. People giving me free houses in everything everything for for what. Just how would you put yourself out there in that way. Was it like just the energy. You're putting off our no. I don't know. I just wanted to venture and i was did not have a lot of money and i was. Did you ask people or did people. Just come up to you and invite outs. I never asked no but i i think it was pretty obvious. Maybe from my energy that i didn't know where i'd be staying that nighter like i know the film obviously is a film project but when you talk about some of these other things you've done when you when you call them project that they just like personal development projects or you like writing about these things or documenting what are you doing or is this just for your own sort of knowledge of the world. I think it's a bit about both. But mainly i was like a. I was a writer. That was. I think i still am. You know a multiple things now. Just writing i right right right right right. Yeah i mean. When i think about it i after that there's so many times i've settled down to write these books and rewritten these books and went to spain to write these books when i was trying to become a stripper and lock myself and hotel in nepal. Write these books and and went to england and lock myself to write these books and it was all about writing these books. I'd spent so long you know running the bulls. I started writing up these experiences and I had put them together in the goal was to write a book and then books and i. It was taking so long just taking so long. Because i'm i may be very obsessive or whatever. The reasons are in wasn't going to get to the level. I needed for a up. Talk you these things ten years. Sometimes people spend if teen.

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