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What Happened in Afghanistan?

Sky News Daily

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

What Happened in Afghanistan?

"Across sky news on television mobile and our social channels. We've been reporting on the developments in afghanistan with was the fifteenth. Today that seemed to take some by surprise it led to questions about what the past twenty years has all been four following britain america and its allies presence in the country as the situation continues to develop. We wanted to examine the shifts in the geopolitical landscape since the shocking fall of kabul. I'm deborah hanes foreign affairs editor at sky knees. I'm never last some the ship producer. India reporter based in delhi almost exactly twenty years ago. Nine eleven the upshot from that. Just give us a a kind of really potted history of that evolution of the mission to afghanistan like you said. The invasion of afghanistan was to oust al qaeda and the taliban regime that had harboured the group on their soil and that was achieved in terms of the collapse of the training camps and the collapse of the taliban regime very quickly. And then you had a american british other. Nato troops on the ground and the mission started to evolve into one where they tried to set up and stabilize a government and bring democracy to the country. But that's a huge effort and well. They should have been completely focused on that effort. The war in iraq began was launched. The choice was made by the us to go into iraq on the futile hunt for weapons of mass destruction and that was a mission that the u k under tony blair as prime minister supported

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Dilip Kumar, Bollywood's Great 'Tragedy King,' Dies at 98

BBC Newsday

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Dilip Kumar, Bollywood's Great 'Tragedy King,' Dies at 98

"Dilip Kumar has died at the age of 98. He started off as a script writer but moved in front of the cameras in 1944 in the film noir butter. Oh, Jeannie Vaidyanathan reports from Delhi. Yeah, I've got a job to keep. Dilip Kumar was the face of an emerging Indian film industry. And an emerging India Morning Peshawar in 1922 in what is now Pakistan. He changed his Muslim name use of con to the Hindu Philip Kumar when he entered the film industry. In a career spanning six decades, he starred in some of Bollywood's most iconic films. He was the first ever recipient of best actor that India's equivalent of the Oscars the film Fair Awards and still holds the record for winning the honor the most times. And acting megastar in South Asia. He was awarded both India and Pakistan's highest civilian honours.

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Interview With Video Editor, Tony Chang

The Insider

02:36 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Video Editor, Tony Chang

"To this week's episode of the insider. My guest this week is a video editor. Why damian why you buy ask a video editor on a magic podcast. Well it's because it's tony chang. Tony thanks so much for agreeing to do the show. How are you this morning. Good how are you on lovely. Thank you now this whole week because the show drops are the monday this whole week. We've could tony chang week and we're dedicating it to downloads. Which is very exciting. Indeed a first of all your magic origin story. You've got twenty seven seconds that that long the c- do it and hiking. I guess beautiful up. Check your syllables though fat kid. Too much time Learn too much lie and think magic was supposed to be perfect disappointed then Found true love there. You go that rhymed Almost and it was only slightly off on the syllable count. I remember coming to visit manhattan about twenty years ago and on the genie forum or somewhere. I found out about the saturday afternoon. Hang out remember where it was underneath. It was underneath something pizza. Place or delhi or something went up and said was greeted really warmly and said the card magic and somebody said oh you need to sit down with cancun's ellen and so i did and he proceeded to mess with my mind about half an hour but everything about that. Scene seemed really warm and welcoming to allow me outside. What's it like being in the new york. Magic scene was it was it inside well. That's that's interesting that you say that. So you went to a shop. Like with wesley james and all this but it was eastman on a baseman Things acknowle tacos i. That's that's an interesting way of putting it. I mean. I went to seattle for my college and that was the first time i really got to see magician because i grew up in idaho so like you fight as i did not see a a real magician went to college

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When Should Teenagers Start Using Skincare?

Beauty IQ Uncensored

01:31 min | 2 months ago

When Should Teenagers Start Using Skincare?

"With had a lot of requests for these particular topic which is taint. Skincare and i thought there was no better person to have on then a repeat guest again dr john's from northern sydney dermatology and l. Welcome back to the podcast. Thank you for having me girls. I'm excited about this topic. I'm quite passionate about it. Obviously yeah the last time we spoke to you is about pregnancy skin care so if anyone listening hasn't gone listened to that and he's pregnant oh trying to get pregnant. Wants to know what they can and can't use going. Listen to that absurd very informative but tonight we're talking chains skincare so i wanted to stop with. How young is too young. Should leave waiting until concerns like congestions dot to actually happen before we introduced skincare into a chain retain. Look it's absolutely never too early to start teaching your kids about being healthy and that really extensive cost skin health as well as starting early really lies down the foundation for these to calm. The skin has various concerns depending on age and stage and it needs to be adjusted accordingly. Skin kidneys view justed coordinating obviously with time and obviously some protection copy taught to early. The first best time to use sunscreen was yesterday advising delhi retain should be in place for even from the age of ten win. Hormonal changes start to affect the skin. And of course preventions always easier than trading things. Once they will show up while those big problems months. i show up. it's hot. Fix them then to prevent

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Modern Luxury With Sonu Shivdasani of Soneva Luxury Resorts

Out of Office

02:55 min | 3 months ago

Modern Luxury With Sonu Shivdasani of Soneva Luxury Resorts

"Describe as the creators of luxurious and sustainable resorts. What does luxury mean to you. Yes so it. Luxuries awards That's been misused. Quite often people would refer to objects as luxury sometimes. You might hear someone saying fist. Gold is a luxury all models luxury or thick proud cockpit essentially luxuries that which is read that which is new to you but also true true in In in the way that it rings a in your heart when you touch it or experiences and so that that's in fact the funny enough guiding principle. So i'll i'll cool purpose. Believe very strongly that any organization must have a us beyond simply enriching. Shell does like a benign apartments and paying employees. A salary and when you can do that it can be very meaningful. And i'll co platypuses slow life engaging in imaginative like essentially we're offering our guest luxuries whilst minimizing our impact on the environment and also enhancing the health of our guests at the same time and the question is. How do that and we do that. By being creative and innovative ovation need structure. And so i've guiding principle that drives that structure that railway track the drives that engine of creativity. Is this phrase intelligent luxury we. We're taking the latin origin of intelligence into lego to try and understand what luxuries about. I think when you can do that when you question what for your clients especially when the context off our clients has changed so i recall when we opened back in the nineties. The people who had come to us were largely the landed gentry that inherited that wealth. Living in foams of big states though. Jerry have access to fresh air. Fresh foods face privacy and then that changed you have the internet revolution. You had the emergence of the brakes. Brazil russia india china reaganism factories. Over the last forty years. The successful have become urban. If you look at the sunday times rich list mighty percents all self-made oven longer. The landed gentry and so what. The successful took Granted in the pause is now wrapped that bit of fresh air is a scarcity in beijing closed schools for three or four hour weeks of the year. It's the same. I think in delhi some weights even singapore. They have that issue because of the lack of fresh air. So it's it's a rarity in another context Fresh food is a challenge and privacy and space us huge premium so so hence our brand offering to our guest this idea of inspiring a lifetime of wrecks experiences. But that's essentially what people want and we find the nowadays most of our clients a spending more money on experiences than products.

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

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months 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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A Conversation with Shilpy Chatterjee of Sakhi.org

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

02:18 min | 4 months ago

A Conversation with Shilpy Chatterjee of Sakhi.org

"Are so excited to welcome chevy chatterjee of sakhi dot org. She'll be chatterjee received a degree and legal studies at the university of delhi and started her career as a farmer in tribal rights. Activists advocate shelby has worked extensively with survivors of gender based violence and worked as a domestic violence program advocate at the police precinct in queens new york city which gave her the unique opportunity to work closely with law enforcement in a current position as anti-violence program manager at sucky dot org she'll be continues to work with survivors of gender based violence. She'll be was awarded. The two thousand nineteen advocate of new york city award and received a citation from the new york state assembly for her work on behalf of survivors of domestic violence. Show be welcome to the show. Hi sonya thank you for having me. We are very excited to have you. And i did want to start out with a question. Pertaining to the fact that stocky dot org is one of oldest organization of its kind. And i want to know. How did you get involved. And what motivates you on a day to day basis in this incredibly critical wolf So i had been working with survivors of gender based violence in students and nine. And i knew that sake. The leader in the field and i was working directly with sake. What's the key was one of the critical partners so when time so presented i joined sucky team and it was three years ago and since then it has been one of the most fulfilling experiences of my life and it is so because it is an amazing team be. It is an amazing team of some really committed people and we bring in our stories and understanding of gender based violence so this whole journey of growing very very important to me and says i get to do that at five here gift to expedience at. Its second that. I value my time here. So

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

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months 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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People Rush to Get Vaccinated in Virus-Hit India

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

People Rush to Get Vaccinated in Virus-Hit India

"India is trying to vaccinate millions as a second wave of could be nineteen infections devastates the country the bombs the vaccination is surging in India the people standing in long lines outside centers around the country New Delhi medical officer well servicing says numbers have doubled in the recent period before some days he got accident thing at all five hundred to six hundred people now we are expanding our own nine hundred eleven hundred people a day but the process is often confusing marketing professional good luck thing says getting an appointment can be hard caption reading for a streaming as well you're not getting so many offers on our own and so many more growing banking centers and not being able to access those involved old primo Levi one hundred seventy million vaccine doses have been administered since the country began in chelating its vast population I'm Charles the last month

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The Coronavirus Is Ravaging India

Short Wave

01:23 min | 4 months 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 | 4 months 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 Government Faces Lockdown Calls, Contempt Charges

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Indian Government Faces Lockdown Calls, Contempt Charges

"India's Supreme Court has ruled it in his government submits a planning meeting New Delhi hospitals oxygen requirements within a day meanwhile throughout the health crisis sweeping the nation Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's government pushed ahead with elections I refuse to counsel the giant Hindu festival the catastrophic such as badly dented Modi's political image up to you to praise last year for moving quickly to look down India's nearly one point four billion people when outdoors the iron due to way has cooled Modi's actions a crime against humanity efforts to scale up the vaccination drive a hand picked by the shortage of doses India so far has any administered a hundred and sixty million doses I'm Karen Thomas

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Devastating Virus Surge Spreads Impact Into India's Politics

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Devastating Virus Surge Spreads Impact Into India's Politics

"India has recorded over three hundred and sixty eight new coronavirus cases and over three thousand deaths in one day Johns Hopkins University put the total death toll it over two hundred and eighteen thousand the latest figures come a thirteen politicians have urged the government tax now Bible to get free vaccination drive I'll provide an uninterrupted flow of oxygen to all hospitals in New Delhi many hospital authorities pushed for legal proceedings of oxygen supplies as a local doctor Allen has been extended by another week to contain the spread prime minister Narendra Modi's government has been severely criticized over the handling of the sites which has pushed India's already fragile and under funded health system to the brink I'm Karen Thomas

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Indian court urges government action as hospitals cry help

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months 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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Trillions of Cicadas Will Emerge After 17 Years Underground

Seattle Kitchen

00:25 sec | 5 months ago

Trillions of Cicadas Will Emerge After 17 Years Underground

"Billions of cicadas will be coming out of hiding. CBS news meteorologist Jeff Bro Delhi over the next few weeks along the East Coast and Midwest. The cicadas will emerge from the ground, shed their skins and partake in a month long mating ritual, making quite the scene, climbing trees and singing mating songs as loud as 100 decibels. That's the same intensity as a jackhammer. This

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Johnson Scraps Delhi Trip; UK Puts India on Virus 'Red List'

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

Johnson Scraps Delhi Trip; UK Puts India on Virus 'Red List'

"British prime minister Boris Johnson will not be going to New Delhi amid surging coronavirus cases in India as Britain imposes a travel ban almost as it is from the vast Asian nation the British and Indian governments say in the light of the current corona virus situation Johnson will not be able to travel to India as planned the trip would have been Johnson's first foreign visit since the start of the corona virus pandemic more than a year ago it was a virgin is scheduled for January but was postponed then when infections sold in Britain India has reported a further highest daily wise since the start of the pandemic it now has more than fifty million infections second only to the U. S. Charles Taylor this month London

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India Virus Patients Suffocate Amid Oxygen Shortage in Surge

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 5 months ago

India Virus Patients Suffocate Amid Oxygen Shortage in Surge

"India continues to struggle with the largest search in corona virus cases around the world for the third day in a row India has set a global daily record with more than three hundred and forty six thousand coronavirus cases that's according to the tally by Johns Hopkins University India's total of more than sixteen million cases now ranks behind only the United States hospitals are being overwhelmed and even some who managed to find a better suffocating with oxygen in short supply MoveOn trauma tells Sky News his father died outside a hospital in Delhi Friday morning game this year shama was back Saturday with his grandfather all the loans you no one's seen him either India's health ministry reports another twenty six hundred deaths in the past twenty four hours it's pushed India's confirm toll to more than one hundred and eighty nine thousand people on Ben Thomas

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India in Crisis as New COVID Cases Break Global Record

Buck Sexton

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

India in Crisis as New COVID Cases Break Global Record

"Global record and daily Corona virus infections for a second straight day over 332,000 new cases We hear more from correspondent Charles Still, the Desmarais reporting from London, Doctor Kuvin, the sink culture who works at a New Delhi hospital. Says Oxygen is in very short supply. He has 110 patients admitted 12 around ventilators on more than 85 on oxygen. The surge has already driven India's fragile health care system to near breaking point with understaffed hospitals overflowing with patients on a critical shortage of oxygen and supplies. Culture has told the AP authorities have not responded to phone calls or mail asking for more oxygen. I'm Charles

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"new delhi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 6 months ago

"new delhi" Discussed on KOMO

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"new delhi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:00 min | 8 months ago

"new delhi" Discussed on KCRW

"Well, the president has said, You know, I'll do the campaign and into governing that he is definitely committed to raising the minimum wage is committed to the $15 an hour. Um, and you know he talks a lot, and this is so important. There's so many of those essential workers have been out there toiling retail workers, grocery store clerks. Um, you know, child care workers in the like who really need a raise and raising the minimum wage is court of that value in court of rewarding that really important work that they're doing and quite frankly, really important for the recovery. Okay, that is Heather Boucher of the White House Council of Economic Advisors. Thanks for your time today and please come back and keep talking to us as we figure out where this is headed next. Thank you. For months, Farmers in India have been protesting around New Delhi. They're demanding the repeal of three laws passed by Indian Prime Minister Modi's government in September. The new laws deregulate wholesale produce markets and the farmers fear loss of state protections will hurt their livelihood. Protest turned violent last month when tens of thousands of farmers crossed into New Delhi. Several 100 police were injured. In recent days. High profile celebrities like singer Brianna and environmental activists credit tune Berg have tweeted out their support in solidarity with the farmers. Sitting on 2 May is a columnist for The Wall Street Journal. He wrote a piece yesterday called Brianna Rallies to the wrong cause in India. Welcome to the program. Good to be here, eh? So why do you think this is the wrong cause, and what's wrong with celebrity embrace of it? There's nothing wrong with the protests per se, but I think the way in which the Protests have been portrayed in the Western media eyes, a bit of character, and I think the way most of us are viewing this in the in the U. S. Is As a contest between these noble sons of the soil, who are the farmers up against Turkish government that is in bed with evil corporations. Fred that the perception is that perhaps India's actually being quite gentle, comparatively, when it comes to how they're dealing with protesters on DSA some of these protestors, especially on the outskirts of Delhi, they haven't given in right despite the fact that the government says look, will delay the implementation. Of these laws for 18 months. What's going on there? What are the politics? We don't know. So that's absolutely true. That is a tricky thing to talk about, because obviously, some of the things that the government has done have been heavy handed. Right. For example, the intern Internet shutdowns right now, if you look at the pictures coming out of the protest sites is barbed wire. There's concrete barriers, all of it looks, you know, quite intimidating. If you compare how the government has treated these protesters to Howard treated protesters last year in an anti citizenship protests that were taking place, they have been far more careful. I don't say that this is because the government has suddenly discovered That it likes human rights. But for the simple reason that the farmers are a very powerful political constituency between 40 and 50% of India's workforce, consists of farmers. So the government has been very careful about the optics. Is it also cause they're not Muslim for sure, And that's partly because the government in particularly the ruling party and news channels associated with it have tended to demonize the Muslim minority and the Muslim minority very easily demonized, whereas this is much more complex. Not only are they farmers, but many of the farmers are six. Many six was serving in the army. It just becomes a little bit harder for them to use the usual playbook, which is to paint anybody who is opposed to government policies as somehow being opposed to India itself. I want to come back to the issue of celebrity support. What's the government and public response been to this because I'm sure once there is this kind of high profile solidarity, so to speak. It effects kind of how these things play out. The government response has been over the top. They have responded as though Rihanna was not an individual but an enemy country. They have marshaled Indians, celebrities, both Bollywood actors and famous cricketers in a way that is really reminiscent off quasi authoritarian state. Where you have dozens of these celebrities tweeting exactly the same words at the same time and talking about how India is under threat and how India is going to stand up for itself. So the government has really you know, it's it's over, reacted badly in his made this a much bigger international story that it would have been otherwise. And it has frankly confirmed the fears of many that India is Sliding away from democracy to more authoritarian direction That was sedan and do maybe is a columnist for The Wall Street Journal writes about India and South Asia. Thank you for your time. Thank you for having me.

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"new delhi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:59 min | 8 months ago

"new delhi" Discussed on KCRW

"While the president has said, you know, I'll do the campaign and into governing that he is definitely committed to raising the minimum wage is committed to the $15 an hour and you know he talks a lot, and this is so important. There's so many of those essential workers have been out there toiling retail workers, grocery store clerks. Um you know, child care workers and the like, who really need a raise and raising the minimum wage is court of that value in court of rewarding that really important work that they're doing and quite frankly, really important for the recovery. Okay, that is Heather Boucher of the White House Council of Economic Advisors. Thanks for your time today and please come back and keep talking to us as we figure out where this is headed next. Thank you. For months, Farmers in India have been protesting around New Delhi. They're demanding the repeal of three laws passed by Indian Prime Minister Modi's government in September. The new laws deregulate wholesale produce markets and the farmers fear loss of state protections will hurt their livelihood. Protest turned violent last month when tens of thousands of farmers crossed into New Delhi. Several 100 police were injured. In recent days. High profile celebrities like singer Brianna and environmental activists credit tune Berg have tweeted out their support in solidarity with the farmers. Sitting on 2 May is a columnist for The Wall Street Journal. He wrote a piece yesterday called Rianna Rallies to the wrong cause in India. Welcome to the program. Good to be here, eh? So why do you think this is the wrong cause, and what's wrong with celebrity embrace of it? Well, there's nothing wrong with the protests per se, but I think the way in which the Protests have been portrayed in the Western media eyes, a bit of character, and I think the way most of us are viewing this in the in the U. S. Is As a contest between these noble sons of the soil, who are the farmers up against Turkish government that is in bed with evil corporations. Fred that the perception is that perhaps India's actually being quite gentle, comparatively, when it comes to how they're dealing with protesters, Um and some of these protestors, especially on the outskirts of Delhi, they haven't given in right despite the fact that the government says look, will delay the implementation. Of these laws for 18 months. What's going on there? What are the politics? We don't know. So that's absolutely true. Now is a tricky thing to talk about, because obviously, some of the things that the government has done have been heavy handed. Right. For example, the intern Internet shutdowns right now, if you look at the pictures coming out of the protest sites is barbed wire. There's concrete barriers, all of it looks, you know, quite intimidating. But if you compare how the government has treated these protesters to Howard treated protesters last year in an anti citizenship protests that were taking place, they have been far more careful. I don't say that this is because the government has suddenly discovered, uh, that it likes human rights, but for the simple reason that the farmers are a very powerful political constituency. Between 40 and 50% of India's workforce consists of farmers. So the government has been very careful about the optics. Is it also cause they're not Muslim for sure, And that's partly because the government and particularly the ruling party and news channels associated with it have tended to demonize the Muslim minority and the Muslim minority very easily demonized, whereas this is much more complex. Not only are they farmers, but many of the farmers are six There, many six was serving in the army. It just becomes a little bit harder for them to use the usual playbook, which is to paint anybody who was opposed to government policies as somehow being opposed to India itself. I want to come back to the issue of celebrity support. What's the government and public response been to this because I'm sure once there is this kind of high profile solidarity, so to speak. It effects kind of how these things play out. The government response has been over the top. They have responded as though Rihanna was not an individual but an enemy country. They have marshaled Indians, celebrities, both Bollywood actors and famous cricketers in a way that is really reminiscent off quasi authoritarian state. Where you have dozens of these celebrities tweeting exactly the same words at the at the same time and talking about how India is under threat and how India is going to stand up for itself. So the government has really you know, it's it's over, reacted badly in his made this a much bigger international story that it would have been otherwise. And it has frankly confirmed the fears of many that India is Sliding away from democracy to more authoritarian direction That was sedan and do maybe is a columnist for The Wall Street Journal writes about India and South Asia. Thank you for your time..

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"new delhi" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"new delhi" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Just this moment, just looking Christie. Stunt them or just two or three minutes ago, This patient was alive, and now he's passed away. Unfortunately, it happens, says Dr Sebastiano Petar Icka, more and more often as infections surge across Italy, once the worst hit country at the start of the global pandemic in cases of coronavirus, also increasing in India. Where officials are keeping AH close watches. People gather in New Delhi and elsewhere during the country's festival season. Health officials report more than 44,000 new positive cases and 520 deaths. In the past 24 hours, nearly 7900 of those cases and 91 guess we're just in New Delhi alone police in a northern Mexican border city, arresting two drug gang members in the murder of a local television anchor last month. Authorities say it might have been a case of mistaken identity. The governor of the state where the murder occurred, said the two suspects, miss took the victim to be the member of a rival gang. As if the Corona virus and the flu season aren't enough, health officials now voicing concern about another health threat. Now, the World Health Organization and the CDC are issuing a warning about measles. New numbers show measles cases surged to a 23 year high in 2019 worldwide, with deaths caused by measles increasing by almost 50% globally since 2016 The concern now is that the global pandemic may further hamper efforts to immunize Children around the world. I'm Bill's in for make WBZ.

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"new delhi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"new delhi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Trips will run from the capital New Delhi to all the key cities including Rome Bonnie Bangalore and Chennai Jessica McConnell and has this report India has one of the largest rail networks in the world before it was shut down in March she transported around twenty million people a day the government is now planning a phase re opening of the service and we'll look at restarting additional routes in the near future the railways ministry said passengers would be required to have a mosque on board the trains and undergo screening prior to departure it said only people without symptoms would be allowed to travel social distancing measures will also be enforced inside the carriages India's carbon dioxide emissions have fallen for the first time in nearly forty years because of the country's coronavirus measures figures from carbon brief for the British climate change information site so that the nation wide lockdown led to a collapse in demand for cold it's a cold five power generation in India fell fifteen percent in March compared with the same period last year I'm thirty one percent in April Iran is temporarily re opening old mosques today in its latest step towards lifting coronavirus restrictions the move comes despite the rise in infections in some parts of the country is Steven Johnson Iranian officials say the decision to re open all the countries mosques was made in consultation with the health ministry they'll be open for three days commemorating specific nights during the holy month of Ramadan ceremonies will be restricted to two hours with attendees wearing masks and gloves while observing social distancing musk's was shot almost two months ago when the virus outbreak began although some re opened last week in low risk areas as Iran seeks to ease restrictions on normal life there are also fears of a new spike in the number of infections the president of Brazil genre Bolsonaro has said beauty parlors James and Bob was shops should reopen as essential services he said the fight against the corona virus had to be treated in parallel with saving jobs from so Paulo Katie Watson health is life Jibal cinar said to journalists as he made the announcement outside the presidential palace he justified the move by saying that going to the gym helps people lead healthier lives having your hair and nails done walls he said the question of hygiene but it appears Mr Bolsonaro failed to discuss the move with his health minister Nelson tai chi looked surprised when at a press conference a journalist quizzed him about the decision he said the ministry of health had not been included in the discussions about opening up these sectors world news from the BBC president trump has said he's not interested in renegotiating a partial trade deal agreed with China in January Mr trump was speaking to reporters who asked him about remarks in a Chinese state run newspaper indicating that some government advisers in Beijing or urging fresh talks under the agreement the U. S. government agreed to postpone any further tariff increases on Chinese products China promised to increase purchases of U. S. products by two hundred billion dollars compared with the level in twenty seventeen the electric carmaker Tesla has defied local health officials in California and restarted production at its factory coronavirus locked on measures in Alameda county recall the plant in Fremont to stay shot Tesla's chief executive Elon musk said he would be on the production line and asked that he be the only one arrested if police intervened the governor of California Gavin Newsom said he will show the issue could be resolved I have not only known that company but I've known its founder for many many years I have great reverence for their technology for their innovative spirit for their leadership and have great expectations that we can work through at the county level the issue with this particular county and this company in the next number of days Singapore is allowing some businesses to re open today as it begins to ease locked on measures introduced last month include head dresses cake shops and laundry services both employees and visitors would have to check in and out using a government application to allow contact tracing people around the world are marking international nurses day today but groups representing NASA is all worried about how they've been treated during the corona virus pandemic they cite a lack of testing and shortages of personal protective equipment BBC news many thanks indeed for the latest hello welcome to Newsday here on the BBC world service Connie Lawrence with you India's famed rail network is rolling again slowly after fire shut down that's a bit of an image for the slow re opening of economies around the world but where and when is it safe to do so we gonna hear about Californian factories about poverty in Mexico south Korean contact tracing as well as the picture in Singapore and in Spain business and spoke last Tuesday the Mets the pandemic there's been a lot of talk about the medical necessity of controlling the outbreak veces the needs of business and the wider economy after all what's the point in surviving.

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"new delhi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"new delhi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The seas violence in New Delhi I'm only Francis as more cases of the corona virus or confirm globally the disease has begun to take a toll on the world economy John Lawrence reports more than fifty confirmed coronavirus cases in the US but the CDC's admiral Nancy knight says that will likely rise given the high risk environment that the diamonds princess cruise ship passengers came from I would not be surprised if we have additional cases on Monday stock markets worldwide took a plunge Adam Posen is with the Peterson institute for international economics I think they're reacting to most the fact that this means a lot of other economies are going to be under strain I'm John Laurie the white house's center lawmakers a two point five billion dollar budget plan to address the deadly outbreak of the coronavirus Budget Office claims funds are for vaccines treatment and protective equipment well at least seven people were killed and dozens injured in clashes between hundreds of supporters and opponents of a new citizenship law in India correspondent Sam Connelly says those clashes occurred in New Delhi Monday is the day before president trump was set the visit that captain yesterday saw a policeman and demonstrators killed it in daily during a rioting of that was stimulated at least in part to him to predominantly Muslim area as Paul all demonstrations that have been widespread across this country over the last few months against the new citizens act which essentially allows immigrants well brother refugees from Bangladesh Afghanistan and Pakistan to apply full Indian citizenship so long as they're not mostly here is mixed in Asia overnight after Wall Street suffered its worst session in two years when the Dow slumped more than one thousand points on fears that a viral outbreak that began in China will weaken the world economy right now just ahead of Tuesday's opening bell on Wall Street Dow futures one eighty seven nasdaq is up one oh four a million Francis.

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"new delhi" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"new delhi" Discussed on AP News

"Com five people have been stabbed at a Hanukkah celebration in an orthodox Jewish community north of New York City it's a P. correspondent Julie Walker reports it happened at the home of a rabbi in Rockland county and Saturday night the suspect Grafton Thomas's pleaded not guilty to five counts of attempted murder Joseph Gluck confronted him in the home he took out his nice words from a holder started hitting people back and forth nothing descending block chains Thomas into the street was able to get his license plate number that led police to capture him in New York City governor Cuomo calls the attacks and others like it acts of domestic terrorism this is an intolerant time in this country we see anger we see hatred exploded this attack comes on the heels of a string of attacks targeting Jews not just in the state but in the country I'm Julie Walker Sweden shut down one of its four nuclear reactors at its largest power station after over forty years of operation operators that it was because of a lack of profitability and rising maintenance costs the wrangles power station is one of Sweden's three nuclear power plants and has so far generated fifteen to twenty percent of the country's total electricity suite now has seven reactors at three nuclear power plants across the country three reactors that the force mark plant north of Stockholm one reactor at the Oscar ham plant in south eastern Sweden and three at wrangles they generate about forty percent of electricity in Sweden a nation of ten million people dance margen record low temperatures are colliding with hazardous levels of air pollution in northern India across many cities in the region including New Delhi.

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"new delhi" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"new delhi" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Central New Delhi the White House officially declines the invitation from Democrats to take part in the next public impeachment hearing set for tomorrow the president and his legal teams decision comes as Democrats on the house Judiciary Committee spend the weekend drafting articles of impeachment the White House sent a clear signal it will not be participating in Monday's house Judiciary Committee hearing and a sharply worded letter White House counsel called the impeachment inquiry quote basalis paths of Bologna goes on to say adopting articles of impeachment would be a quote reckless abuse of power by house Democrats and would constitute the most I'm just highly partisan attempt at impeachment he writes it was CBS is not the brand during an appearance on fox news yesterday vice president Mike pence says he does not believe it's a foregone conclusion that the house Democrats will secure enough votes to pass articles of impeachment is it in from says Israel is never had a better friend in the White House in him the remarks made during an annual summit by the Israeli American council in Hollywood Florida the president recounted his record on issues she believes important to the Jewish community but also claimed some Jewish people in America don't love is real enough his comments were denounced by some as anti semitic senator Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin is blasting the White House for making it harder for people to enroll in quality affordable healthcare in this week's democratic media address of the claims the administration is trying to damage the affordable Care Act and replace it with junk plans after three years of sabotage more Americans are uninsured today than when president trump took office and this year enrollment numbers are down again open enrollment for obamacare ends on December fifteenth presidential candidate Pete booted dudes ways and along the campaign trail on north Korea's claim that it carried out a quote very important test at its long range launch site.

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"new delhi" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"new delhi" Discussed on WGN Radio

"American and hello boy you know can't do it all right let's take a break for the weather we come back we'll wrap up these on Billy I know you got these unbelievable or what kind of yeah okay we'll wrap it up and then after four will jump into the regular Friday features forecast New Delhi instruct weather center today high in the upper thirties Cirstea associate clubs will spread north throughout the overnight area chance of light snow in the southern most sections for tomorrow early morning cloudiness especially in the south of the city chance of light snow becoming partly sunny in the afternoon the high in the low forties for Sunday mostly sunny little milder season behind the mid forties partly cloudy overnight for Monday temperatures start to start to increase high in the middle forties the clouds sticking with rain spreading throughout the west overnight and for Tuesday cloudy windy rain much of the day part might turn to wet snow in the northern portions temperatures in the mid to upper thirties to mid forties it's currently thirty five at o'hare thirty six at midway thirty seven the lake front take a break right here in seven twenty alleged money I switch the family to boost mobile and we got so much more like what well we got for free phones for lines for just twenty five dollars per line per month I smashed up the car and unlimited gigs wait did you say you smashed up the car yes it's completely smashed but for free phones switched it is to get four lines for just twenty five dollars per line per month for free phones with unlimited gigs all in our super reliable super fast nation wide network boost mobile the switch that gives you more terms and conditions apply new customers only preserve his mobile dot com for details.

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"new delhi" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"new delhi" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"A top White House lawyer make the decision to lock up president trump's Ukraine call in a secret computer system has impeachment investigators want this this man John Eisenberg to testify today. Eisenberg is a legal adviser to the National Security Council and he was allegedly involved in moving transcript of president trump's call with Ukraine's Raines President to this highly classified server it's bringing in pure White House correspondent Tim McKee is with us this morning hi there Tom Good Morning Okay so who is John Eisenberg or what do we need to know here so his official title is deputy counsel to the President for National Security Affairs and legal adviser to the National Security Council that long title gets to the significance against his role here not only is he the top lawyer for the National Security Council he is also a senior member of the White House counsel's office sort of bridging these two parts of the White White House that are central to Ukraine scandal he joined the trump White House early on in two thousand seventeen my colleague Franklin or Dona spoke to people who worked with Eisenberg and who described him as cautious competent someone who keeps detailed notes he has a math degree from Stanford law degree from Yale and worked on national security issues in the George W Bush Justice Department Michael Mckay Z. Attorney General in the Bush administration worked with Eisenberg and calls him bright very very competent and highly ethical if he put the president's conversation with with the Ukrainian leader on restrictive platform Which I think he did then he had good reason to do it conversations between heads of state generally are are the kinds of conversations but neither participant wants to see beliefs to to the to the public all right so tom he takes notes he's in these two orbits that are very central to this whole scandal I mean it sounds like investigators have allot they might learn from him yes there's a lot they would like to learn from him he is this key point person whose name keeps coming up in testimony from others there's as the person that people who were worried about the president's call or activities around the call went to to register their concerns sern so to witnesses said they went to him after July tenth meeting at the White House where visiting Ukrainian officials were trying to get a meeting between the president of Ukraine and the president trump and we're told about the need for investigations and and also one witness said that he went to Eisenberg after the July twenty fifth phone call expressing concerns there's also reporting as you mentioned before that Eisenberg was the one who decided to lockdown records of that call and why would did he do that do we know well there are a lot of reasons to do that including simply that this White House is super sensitive about leaks and concerns earns about things leaking out but also multiple people went to him and said that they were they had concerns so there's a chance the White House as they've done in the past with others could block Izenberg from from testifying right there is a better than good chance that in fact and there are a number of things that they might site including attorney client privilege village as well as a broader immunity that they claim for executive branch officials who advised the president to avoid congressional testimony Moni also the White House counsel's office called the investigation a sham and have said that the White House won't be participating there are four witnesses called all to testify today it's quite possible that none of them will show up based on on public statements leading into this Tam thanks so much you're welcome empire White House correspondent Tim this morning the whistle blower who set off off the impeachment inquiry in the first place remains anonymous that's right and president trump really wants to know who it is he's calling on news organizations to identify hi this person but in the meantime it's been a development the whistle blower has offered to answer questions from House Republicans in writing the whistle blowers lawyer lawyer Mark Zayd told hold this ten? PR's Bobby Allen and Bob is in the studio with us this morning Bobby Hey okay so you've talked to this lawyer for the whistleblower what what exactly is he offering you yes so this guy as you mentioned and Mark Zayd and he represents slower told me yesterday that the whistle blower has agreed to answer questions from Republicans now it was sort of sudden caught some people by surprise surprised but if you've been following carefully you know that this isn't the first time the offer has been extended so written testimony from the whistle blower was on the table once before but what's different this time is that the questions and answers wouldn't involve Democrats who of course control the committee's who are leading the investigation so this is a direct channel of communication now open to Republicans ends and this lawyer says the whistle blower will answer questions under oath so under penalty of perjury just as long as the individual's identity is not in danger of being revealed It seems like this is an offer this kind of response to some of the Republican criticism which has been the Democrats have been controlling a lot of the process are republicans.

"new delhi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"new delhi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"New Delhi and joins us. I learn. Hi there. So where's this anger coming from? Well, India is a place where there's been a lot of incitement of violence online. Rumors fake news have spread like wildfire through social media and they've led to violence. They've led to lynchings and mob killings by the dozens across India. And so some people blame the platform, they blame Twitter, they also blame other social media apps like Facebook and the text messaging app that it owns called what's app for this violence. And so Twitter says it's being really really careful now it won't hesitate to suspend accounts. It says safety and saving lives is a priority. But some Indian say Twitter's cracking down unfairly now on right-wing voices. And here's how one protester explained it at a demonstration. There have been a lot of them outside India outside Twitter's India headquarters earlier this month. Did you? She's saying in Hindi that she believes that accounts that support the Hindu nationalist ruling party the BJP and prime minister Narendra Modi. She believes those accounts are getting shut down by Twitter more frequently than left-wing accounts. Are now Twitter says that's not true. It's not discriminating. When it sees hate speech. It takes action all of this matters a whole lot right now in India because elections are coming up and elections are scheduled expected in April. Or may a date has not yet been set. Well, let let's just take the argument that some people were making a step further if they're saying that this is some of the shutting down of accounts is based on politics. And you're telling me there's been fake news. That's been spread on Twitter. I mean, could this really undermine the whole democratic process of we're having an election coming you bet they could absolutely and everybody is on guard for that in the US. You know, as you well know there are allegations or the allegations of election interference. Were of foreign in nature of Russian manipulation in the two thousand sixteen US election here, the concerns are different different there that these big western tech companies could influence the election here. And so the Indian government wants to turn the tables. The Indian government doesn't want Twitter to decide what's improper online in India. And what's not the Indian government has proposed? These new rules that would allow the government itself to police the internet here. It would be able to order companies like Twitter like Facebook to take down within twenty four hours any content that affects quote, the sovereignty and integrity of India. The that's not something that companies are going to respond to all that. Well, right. Exactly. I mean, critics call this or compare this to Chinese style. Government censorship. The rules aren't yet law. The government is still in talks with tech companies. But as you rightly point out, the tech companies are not happy with this and they're lobbying against this. Keep in mind, India is one of the world's biggest internet markets there. One point three billion people here this country has more what's app users than anywhere else in the world. And so what India requires of these apps affects the bottom line for some of the biggest tech companies in the world. I mean, also India's the world's biggest democracy. What India does here sets an example for how other countries deal with with free speech online? Yeah. I mean sets the president. Also, I mean, we're just dealing. It. Sounds like he's dealing with so many questions that that are that are on the table in so many parts of the world. So what exactly happens today? So there was a closed door hearing before a committee of the parliament. Today. The participants of just walked out Witter's global vice president Colin Crowe, well, filed out afterward didn't talk to the media outside. Neither did the parliamentary committee chairman honor got taco or he's a ruling party lawmaker is expressed a lot of anger at Twitter in the past. This conversation is not over another hearing is scheduled for March six that's next week. And this time India has called Facebook what's happened Instagram to testify as well. All right and pears. Learn Freyer in New Delhi. Learn thanks. You're welcome David in this country. Now, a judge says women must register for the draft the same as men the military is not drafted troops since one thousand nine hundred seventy three when it became an all volunteer force. But men who turn eighteen have to sign up for the draft just in case. And that is the system. The judge says women must join NPR, Shannon, van Sant reports a Texas court ruled the all-male military draft unconstitutional. Harry crowd. Ouch is president of the national coalition for men and advocacy group which along with two other men brought the case we simply believe that people should be treated equally. And if they have equal equal opportunity, they stabby responsibility. If you're young man, and you don't register for the draft. There are serious consequences men who failed to register can be denied public benefits such as employment and the federal government and access to student loans. Mark Andalucia represents the plaintiffs we have valued male work more than female work, but we valued female live more than male lives. He believes the process needs reform. If women are allowed in the in combat which they now are then they should be registering for the draft or else, we should have no draft at all the commission on military, national and public service is studying the program, Joe hack. The Commission's chairman says they found a generational divide. Older Americans tend to feel women should not have to register or serve while younger. Americans say a draft should include women in that age group, both male and female say women should have to register. It's a matter of equality now that women can serve in all military, occupational specialties day. Should register for selective service. Just like the males do twenty eight year old activist says she was surprised when she was not required to sign up. I think if there is a duty that we do as citizens of this country, whether that's voting or paying taxes that should be distributed. Equally amongst all of us. The national commission says it will release recommendations for the future of the program next year. Shannon. Vincent, NPR news, Washington. This is NPR news. The payment app. Then MO has changed the etiquette around. I owe us and put our financial habits. Good and bad on public display. You wanna pay it socially? 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"new delhi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"new delhi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Meeting. Congressional negotiators announced agreement in principle on funding. Currently unfunded portions of the federal government and staving off Friday nights government shutdown. It comes as lawmakers from both parties have been working to reach a border security agreement. ABC news is told that it addresses, the border wall detention beds and other major issues when asked if the White House supports the agreement. Republican Senator Richard Shelby said we think so we hope so ABC's Mark Remillard negotiators for striking Denver. Teachers in the school district are sent to resume talks on Tuesday, a strike impacting more than seventy thousand students began Monday afternoon Goshi nations over the weekend failed among other things that teachers want more money fire of undetermined origin in a hotel in the Indian capital, New Delhi. Authorities say at least seventeen people were killed in the blaze in the armpit palace hotel in western New Delhi. Another four were injured their conditions. Currently. Not known Richard Cantu. ABC news. Hello. This is Kerry hall of erica's healthcare advocate with your health tip of the week gum disease gum disease that his infection of the tissues at surrounded support. Your teeth is a major cause of tooth loss in adults because gum disease is usually painless unit. Not even know you have it also referred to as period, Donald gum disease is caused by plaque. You know that sticky film of bacteria, that's constantly forming on your teeth. Here's some warning signs you need to know they can signal you may have a problem gums bleed easily redder swollen tender gums gum have pulled away. From the teeth persistent, bad breath or bad taste, permanent teeth that are loose or separating any change in the way your teeth fit together when you buy or any change in fit of partial dentures. These are all signals that you may have a problem, and it may be gum disease. So if you've got any of these issues, are you think you have them go, see your dentist? Now, if you suspect you have gum disease because the sooner you treat it.

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"new delhi" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"new delhi" Discussed on World News Analysis

"To today. I'm showing we'll get back in a minute. You're listening to today. I'm gelling now Global Surveyor will look at what's happening around the world. Joining me in studio is my colleague, I having Asia, South Korea ended the DPRK have a great to exchange information infectious diseases on a trial basis by the end of this year to jointly prevent the spread and the entry of contagious diseases air pollution in the Indian capital of New Delhi has reason to hazardous levels. After firecrackers were set off to celebrate. The Wally fight accords bent in Oceania in Australia, the nation's NT money laundering. Regulator has warned the country's known topping sector was likely to be used to phone terrorism. Staying in the country, Australia will eight a multi billion dollar phone for Pacific island nations to build infrastructure, really own Africa, seventy eight students kidnapped to from boarding school in camera. North west region having reunited away, their parents Nigeria's a secret please has announced the arrest of six persons suspected to be the killer of a traditional ruler in the northern state of Kaduna turning to the Middle East international fun as corporation and member of the World Bank through has that it is providing seventy one million US dollars two point as the construction of the new wind power points in Jordan, the battle that Yemeni port city of data has intensified as government forces backed by Saudi led coalition airstrikes advanced on rebel positions nuking at here. French president amac France plans to pay tribute to marshal Philippe pay Payton who led the French army to victory in the first World War but decades later clever Tatum with Nazi Germany, Sears anger in the country. Russia says EKO cedar any potential new sanctions related to chemical weapons imposed by the United States on Russia to be illegal and a well. Sponsored forty late Wednesday are announced looking to lenton America. Brazil's president-elect yard arson novel has suggested he was prepared to make us you turn over controversial plans to move to countries. Israel embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Police in Peru says they have busted a suspected baby trafficking ring in southern part of the country and finally in North America in the United States at least twelve people having killed including a police officer in those shooting began at eleven twenty pm local time on Wednesday night at a bar in felt an oaks Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has made unofficial polity for reject tank asylum passed in nineteen seventy nine foam sheep, carry more than nine hundred German Jews of Lena hollow pasta..

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"new delhi" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"new delhi" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"She sang or no for louise allowed in your bed as though changes important the volna senator held hostage by the fox finidi seven years shows me the pictures of him in captivity with rozier pusa commerciallyreasonable but are up to a i didn't think i come out alive as his hip imagine being chained to a tree for seek jeers despite his treatment he believes in the peacedale nukus reporting the war could never be one with the structural problems of hunger and misery where the breeding ground for violence in colombia whether through guerrillas or paramilitaries soya agree with finding a process that enables people to lay down arms and encourages social justice what a denglike is the attitude of farc doors victims they have not apologize the fog may be campaigning for a better colombia but it's reinvention won't be easy katie watson in colombia the leaders of france in india have met in new delhi emmanuel macron and narendra modi's signed deals worth billions of dollars and announced a new era of strategic partnership aimed at bringing the two nations closer together our correspondent avina gupta is in new delhi and she told us about the indian welcome present macron has received defeat a very warm reception from the government the testimony of that old north is that the indian and the french companies have been able to sign contracts but that 60 billion dollars they also discussed about how to kickstart the nuclear energy project which at the french companies invested in in india would seem to have been in a limbo the other area which add the french government is concentrating on is that the defense side because india is the world's biggest arms buyer and at that's another area where the french companies believe that they have a good market and davino in terms of defence cooperation earned a strategy and intelligence why is important why are they so keen on establishing a stronger connection dump.

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"new delhi" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"new delhi" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"At the atlantic and a former speech writer for president george w bush his book trump accuracy the corruption of the american republic comes out today i want to go to the phones right now martin is calling on the line from fleming georgia martin go right ahead welcome to the show all gone uh i'm grows who would hormone from the left is allowing goods columbus discussion uh a you clearly a cultural don't work on that part of the political spectrum and i would like to say i feel uh uh under the movies degrees uh differently about donald trump from new delhi's guest is certainly bomber was part of the establishment and again he's backing realize a corsican motion but is on the trump election and when cooking as time moves on not his criticizing roy criticizing uh us who voted for him and a personally i'm a position on form a graduate of columbia university in case western medical school in i feel i hold all mine life the only thing off his wife sybil uh by leftist establishment insane it started at the university of one right on the medical school in a approach to this day uh i'm glad that the west is beginning to listen but the resistance movement and uh we don't seem willing good donald trump the chance and i feel my my personal opinion when queasy quote principle it's up and like uh and will feature a history will look on those who opposed him a uh until a mogadishu way.

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"new delhi" Discussed on Travelogue

Travelogue

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"new delhi" Discussed on Travelogue

"We got you might i think they you guys are really good at the few train game and the next time i do so narrow planning by toppling could happen to your very creative rich maj nations a those questions are question we ask said company right the eight i think we're all as a society excited about what a thomas vehicles will look like when the happen what capacity or contacts will they be used but you raise a really good point that there's lots of other barriers that still need to be determined what kind of infrastructure will be in place who will be in charge of the governance will it be city state national what will happen would litigation insurance what kind of regulations we put in place how do you manage data privacy security you to see the list goes on and on and on it so right now as we start thinking about the city of tomorrow and what it looks like we actually bring to gather subject matter experts for these summits around the world we had them in london new delhi of san go just as past year to start addressing these questions and you know and i think in the best exploration we leave with war questions than answers because it it still being figured out but more importantly i think when you think about an honest future you have to realise that it's going to be a nuance future and what i mean by that is that that's not going to be the universal solution for all people in all places so we did research not so long ago and we asked people in nine different countries were they hopeful about an autonomous future and the countries that are the most eager seemingly offer what this will look like our china india and brazil whereas if you were to compare their number so they're thereabouts let me say over eighty percent optimistic about what the future will look like were specifically china comes in at eighty three percent and yet 81 and brazil at seventy nine but contrast against a u s the number drops down to fifty percent it's only one.

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"new delhi" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"new delhi" Discussed on NPR News Now

"On wall street the dow was up twenty seven points today this is npr the pentagon is confirming that is around eleven thousand us forces currently deployed in afghanistan as far more than the eighty five hundred total acknowledged under the previous administration troop cap bolletteri officials quite league knowledge that there were more forces in that country than the cap allows for the commanders have been shuffling troops in and out the afghan troop announcement comes as the pentagon plans to deploy around thirty nine hundred more americans there in india reins of flooded the financial capitalism by were residents waited through waistdeep water the death toll is reach at least five and in parts of the city the deluge dropped nearly afoot of rain in twelve hours from new delhi anne pierce julie mccarthy reports the heaviest rainfall in twelve years stranded millions sheets of rain battered mumbai disrupting road rail and air travel bringing the city and its satellite towns to a standstill in some places cars could barely be seen above the muddy brown water the coastal city of some twenty million is the latest to be hit by floods more than six hundred people have died in flooding in india this monsoon season the united nations says that landslides and catastrophic floods have affected forty one million people across the subcontinent from india to nepal to bangladesh with people deprived of food and clean water for days jui mccarthy npr news new delhi us economy was growing at a stronger than expected threepercent amy will rate for the three months ending in june the commerce department reported jay the broadest measure of us economic the gdp posted its strongest showing since two thousand fifteen.

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