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Apple To Host Diwali Offers Starting 17 October: Teases Free Airpods on Purchase of iPhone 11

Mac OS Ken

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Apple To Host Diwali Offers Starting 17 October: Teases Free Airpods on Purchase of iPhone 11

"Apples. Hitting India and a pretty festive way apple must says, the Cupertino Company is offering customers on the subcontinent free pair of air pods with the purchase of an iphone. Eleven. Apparently, part of the companies to volley promotion there is one caveat. The phone has to be purchased through Apple's online store with just opened in India a few weeks ago. Buyers shouldn't rush to the store just yet though. Fine print at the top of apple's online store in India says the Diwali offer begins on the seventeenth of October.

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Apple to produce millions of AirPods in Vietnam amid pandemic

Mac OS Ken

01:38 min | 4 months ago

Apple to produce millions of AirPods in Vietnam amid pandemic

"More of apple supply chain may be leaving the Middle Kingdom. Apple insider says Peggy Tron. One of the Cupertino companies manufacturing partners is looking to build in Vietnam in a pretty big way. Like one billion dollars beg. Looking to target computing communication and consumer electronics. Plan, involves three phases. The first is a relatively small nineteen, million dollar initiative followed by four, hundred, eighty, one, million, dollar second-phase and five hundred, million dollars for a third phase all set to wrap up by twenty, twenty seven. Insider says Petron is the fourth of apple's manufacturing partners to make the move to Vietnam. Foxconn. And Tag all have manufacturing setup there. It's worth noting that while the apple manufacturer will be going to be at. Phnom. Petron won't necessarily be, making, anything for apple in Vietnam. That said the piece points out that apple has been encouraging suppliers to move production out of China to avoid costly tariffs. Apple's online store went live on the subcontinent today tech crunch says for the first time in more than twenty years since apple began its operations in India, the iphone maker has started selling its products directly to consumers in the world's second largest smartphone market. I don't WANNA get too far ahead of things but moves like this. Could make apple a profitable company?

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Exploring The Future of Health through Dreams and AI with Antonio Estrella

Outcomes Rocket

07:01 min | 4 months ago

Exploring The Future of Health through Dreams and AI with Antonio Estrella

"Welcome back to the podcast that I have the privilege of hosting Tony Australia. He's a managing director at Talladega Investment and advisory for health tech and insure tech startups. He's also a fiction novelist Tony's a global thought leader and fiction writer and digital health with experiences working in Asia, the US and Europe as a startup founder investor or Britain ovation leader and strategic advisor Tony currently sits on the board as an independent director, for C, x group, and Savannah CTS as both. An investor and adviser Tony Partners with Asia focus companies who are working to develop solutions to change the face of cancer human longevity and population health with core IP stemming from AI genomics blockchain smart devices, his previous work within both life insurance at metlife and farm out with Pfizer, it was focused to drive measurable business impact allowing him to help entrepreneurs enhanced their product market fit and commercial growth plans across Asian markets, his debut fiction novel comatose, which will touch on here. In today's discussion is a fiction novel about Lucid Dreaming and it's all about health tech fiction something that will cover with Tony as well. It's available in bookstores today in the UK and Amazon globally. Tony is has done tremendous mono- work and he spent some time at University of Pennsylvania's wharton getting his MBA there the London business school and the University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Science in electrical engineering. So a tremendous individual and it's a privilege to host them. Here today. Tony thanks for joining the next. So the pleasure to be here, thanks for inviting me to share some of my thoughts and insights with with your audience. Absolutely my friend. So tell me a little bit about your journey. How did you decide on healthcare? So I academically studied electrical engineering and that's actually where I caught the bug Ford being more entrepreneurial minded and how I focused by professional life I used to build and race solar electric race cars really. Little coffee that I helped build up and and I started my career in consulting and during that period was great you know lots of. Ways to learn and be mentally intellectually challenged. But in two thousand, I had just finished doing work in Silicon Valley and that was the first Internet wave and lots of excitement about transformation and as I started business school I really thought about where did I want to dedicate my time and energy in terms of industry focus for several different reasons including personal wants healthcare just jumped out. I love the fact that you can build technology and it helps people live longer have better quality of life I had a couple of. Personal Peoria friends who dealt with health issues. I had an aunt who passed away from kidney failure and so all that just came together for me to say I can wake up every morning. Feeling excited that what I do is helping at least one individual of a better life love that man yeah. It's a compelling reason to choose the field and with your knowledge and background you've been able to make a big impact and so I'd love to hear from you. Tony will you think is should be the big thing. On health leaders agenda and how are you approaching it back when I started my first business in two thousand one, there was a lot of emphasis in terms of whereas the healthcare industry in the US the US at the time and fast forward through time they're still an enormous amount of of focus in the US in the healthcare sector is digital health or health tech has grown the US. Market clearly is an important one, but I'd say that equally as important that on every health leaders mind should be what can they Learn from what's happening in. Asia and Asia whether Asia's an opportunity or not is there are there things that Asia offers in accelerating growth and scale and product that can be leveraged for for their business and couple of facts about Asia that I think are important for plus billion people forty four countries over two thousand languages spoken and normally large region and from an investment perspective this two, twenty, eighteen we saw the Asia approaching the same amount of investment to help tech startups is in the US style so within the next. Eighteen months you'll see that Asia, actual have more capital being deployed from the venture community and startups. So when I say that every health leader medically look at Asia, it's because the region is just is as awards today with with a much greater growth potential in the number of people countries. So there was a book I read recently by Kaifu who was a venture investor, in China, who formerly headed up Google China and used to work. For Apple and driving their early AI, and he doesn't amazing job painting the picture for China's one country when when important region round where they're going with a and how it's different than the US and I think that's the key thing that a takeaway for health for health leaders it's just a different technical environment data standards, and in the way that the tencent and Alibaba by do have changed China much the same way that Google facebook. Changed West is lots of learning that can happen man that's fascinating stuff Tony and folks I forgot to mention to you that Tony Lives and works in Singapore. So he's he's been there for the last five years this time around but definitely, a global health leader focused on Asia that knows the INS and outs. So critical critical piece of of information there everybody. To know. Tony, without a doubt there's there's opportunity over there. The money's flowing over there. Give us an example of of what you've seen is working and creating results. Yeah. The landscape for Asia is complex As I said, there's lots of countries and so before a answered that question, let me give a little bit of context as to how to think about the region. So. One is mentioned China and you can group Hong Kong and China together from thinking about one of six hubs in the region. The other hubs are the Indian subcontinent, which obviously is driven largely by India, but there's other countries their third. It'd be Japan for the be the Korean. Peninsula, which includes South Korea Fifty Southeast Asia Singapore and then six to be Australia New Zealand and I didn't do these in any order of size of just kind of went north to south and regret yeah, an each hub has. Similarities that that make a logical grouping whether it's economic development or cultural lifestyle history or climate.

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Shaniwar Wada

Haunted Places

04:07 min | 4 months ago

Shaniwar Wada

"On the western side of the Indian subcontinent, there is a city called Puna with an estimated population of seven million people. It's the eighth largest population center in India. As the informational technology capital of the country known as the Oxford of the East due to many universities and technical schools scattered throughout the city. At the near center of the city on the Bank of the Muto River is a majestic eighteenth century fort called Shawnee war water. was home to some of India's greatest warriors and politicians as well as some of its most dangerous betrayals. The death and destruction tied to the fort has left behind shadows Phantom pushes and pulls and disembodied voices crying out for help. These spirits are the last remnants of the Fort's storied history as a series of fires have ravaged the building itself. In order to understand the loss experienced by both these spirits and the culture they came from one has to die far back into Indian history. If South Asia can be defined by anyone conflict. It's the region's ongoing religious wars between Hindus and Muslims long before the British and Portuguese arrived and exacerbated these problems the countries we now know as India and Pakistan were divided into smaller kingdoms who fought for religious and cultural dominance. During, most of the eighteenth century, the Indian subcontinent was dominated by the Mughal empire. Muslim. With its origins in modern day, bekker's can. In seventeen twenty the head of the Murata Empire appointed a twenty year old warrior named Bagio belong to succeed his father in the role of prime minister or pay Schwa-. Balji raw was determined to fight his way from Poona to Delhi in order to expel the moguls and claim all of the Indian Subcontinent Taza State. It. Is Nineteen Year career as a PATUA. He never lost a battle. As, his grew so did the power of the Pay Schwab US eventually superseding kings they were expected to serve in terms of power and influence. Ten years into his campaign to expand the Miranda Empire. Mogae row began building a seven story fortified palace called SCHONE WAR WADA or Saturday fort in seventeen thirty it was completed in seventeen thirty two and would serve as the seat of the patients power until European imperial powers forced them into decline when he wasn't in the field Balji row stayed with his wife, Kashi Pie and their sons at Shawnee War Wada the garden. So the Ford provided an idyllic place for children to play and the many halls of the palace were lot in the region for their decor. This included both intricate teak finishing San wall-paintings of the Ramona and the Mahabharata it is at this point that the historical record gets controversial. Body row married Mustang any the daughter of the Rajput King Shot Sal and his Persian Muslim concubine. Unheard of for both Hindu and Muslim rulers to take multiple wives. However. mustangs ties, Islam Islam, and the lack of official approval from both body Rows Family Yen Kashi by presented personal and political issues. Some claim that the marriage was a political match meant to thank podgy raw for saving the Rajput Kingdom. But legend has it that body route fell in love with the princess after she broke into his tent in men's clothing to ask him for military aid. The story says that podgy row gave Donnie a dagger perhaps not realizing that doing so was a sign of marriage in Rajput Culture. Whatever the truth was? Followed her new husband Ashani Wada or she faced a chilly reception from her new in laws. Macci rows mother and brother refused to acknowledge her and body row ended up having to build a separate residents for her. Believe it or not. This period was in many ways the most peaceful era and Shinawatra's domestic history.

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Not All Bread Is Yeasted Bread

Bon Appetit Foodcast

07:01 min | 8 months ago

Not All Bread Is Yeasted Bread

"You're listening I'm Adam rappaport all right first up this week. We've got editorial assistant. Jesse sparks getting on the phone with basically editor expert Baker. Sarah John to talk about non east of bread. Everyone's been obsessing over homemade sourdot lately and baking a lot with commercial scoreboard east. But Today Jesse Sarah are focusing on breads and bread lake. Things are made without either of those after that chef tyler record reads an essay. He wrote for Bon petite dot com called. I used to be a chef. Now I'm defeating monsters with a toddler in my empty restaurant. Okay here's Sarah and Jesse okay. Sarraj Powell basically editor baking extraordinaire agency. Tiny kitchen gear. How's it going fine? I made a horrible loaf of bread through. No that is a great way to start off. Bread podcast cursing which I do not curse. Secularly at high was so frustrated. I think it's the kind of thing we're like when it's good. It's good when it's bad it is. It is so bad the process. What's happened so I was like super diligent and it was soured. Oh it's like everyone can roll their eyes by. I was really diligent about it and I had even written Alec this full schedule of every time I had to fold it like it's rests. I had coordinated my day around it and I think I just let it overproof because it was kind of warm and my kitchen and I didn't take that into account so when I went to look at it after it was fully risen it was ready to get shaved. It was gigantic like pressing up against the LID Super Wet and I put on the cutting board lie work surface and I was kind of like this is going to be fine just like us us enough flour and anyway this was all karmic energy. Because I just the I had been talking to you about this but like a few days ago. My husband was making bread. And he was just like disastrously shaping it like like I was in there in the kitchen like over his shoulder like a little Brat. Being like this is what are you doing like horrible? And they came out super flat and I was like you know patting myself on the back. Little Miss know it all and then. Yesterday my bread was a disaster. Speaking of issues the sourdot there is so much to the world of bread. In kind of your estimation. Can you give me kind of like a breakdown of the three general categories and breads? Oh well I guess it's like you have leavened unleavened breads so like you know breads that are rising in some way and I guess like an ancient times that was usually like wild beasts which is sour dough and people who are still using wild yeast to Baker Baking sourdough bread and then you have breads that are leavened with instant or active dry or fresh. She's which is commercially made east. And that is much more convenient. And it's much more reliable and consistent because like you're getting a product that was made in a factory you know what you're getting instant. Yeast is my favorite of those. Because it's like virtually indestructible like my instant. Used has literally been fridge for years and still got still got it. Yeah and then. They're like you know quick breads which are breads that are leavened with chemical lavender's so yeast which is like a living organism but baking powder and baking soda. And then there's the world of unleavened breads flat breads so like PIRATA wrote. They're probably hundreds of flat. Breads just on the Indian subcontinent alone. And then like they're flat breads literally number single culture People at have been really into Scalia pancakes lately and they're like also you know tens of different types of Scotland pancakes and make it more confusing. Some flat breads are leavened. So like pita is a flat bread but it's leavened non is often Levin sometimes it's leavened with yeast sentences leavened with Baking Powder Bing Soda. So yeah it's a huge world for big big wide world of bread it's terrifying so one of the things that we're going to focus on. Today is the big wide world of nine east. Does that still managed to produce those like beautiful brady like chew texters? So can you kind of tell me about what are some of your favorite examples of like the non USA does if you're not going to use yeast. I think like the best option usually is eleven or like baking powder baking Soda Soda. Breads are really classic bread this leavened with baking soda and it kind of like has that baking soda e taste but it's tamed by acid so baking soda as a base but if you add enough acid to it you kind of temper that you know basic taste and those are super easy to put together and like hard to mess up and acidity in the dairy oftentimes. That's buttermilk makes it tender. It's not I wouldn't say it's like a great bread for like slicing like a sandwich or anything. But it's like great to pull apart enjoy and you can make it savory or sweet those are great and then you wrote about beer breads which are fun because they use like the carbonation of beer in conjunction with the Londoner to get an even bigger rise and then another thing is that people on the Internet Have been kind of like pulling up these recipes that are also like creative ways to get around this yeast shortage that were having and so something. I've seen that I'm interested in is assault risen bread which I have not tried but apparently it has a stench stench. Like that's why people don't really like to make it anymore. I'm into that and then I've seen this peanut butter bread going around which uses peanut butter to get that sort of bread like consistency. Yeah and then I think like flat breads are different often. Provide like a different thing like. It's kind of a different product but I find those to be super satisfying to me. We have a yogurt flat bread on the site. Developed by Jesuit excited another one by Chris Morocco and those are both very fast breads to make they don't involve any east at all and yeah I mean I also have made a non type flat bread that was used baking powder and Baking Soda and Yogurt and not turned out really well. Also so there are a lot of options if you don't have yeast though it's not exactly the same

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EU states vow to respect overflight treaty despite US plans

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

EU states vow to respect overflight treaty despite US plans

"The the ten government corona European says virus of countries the quarantine pandemic have expressed is has likely accelerated regret to start at in the U. S. across early plans June Latin to America withdraw I will from apply an Russia international to and arrivals treaty the Indian subcontinent allowing from everywhere observation except island flights even as curbs over which flattened more has a than long thirty standing countries in much of free Europe movement Asia in a joint agreement statement and with the U. the S. UK you for ministry however the virus say is they're roaring likely the pact to be exceptions through is countries a crucial for equipped some travelers element to of handle the including confidence the truckers pandemic building framework and medics which many that scientists was created did fear over not the past close could decades see its borders to the embers during in of the order worst a second to improve of the coronavirus global transparency wave upright India and security and has is seen introducing its across biggest its quarantine the single euro day Atlantic spike just as since many area the other crisis European began president countries Donald is and starting Trump Pakistan said to open on Thursday and up again Russia Russian have also Allen's violations signaled of warned the that committed highest the British untenable death move tolls for could the hobble US Latin America's the to efforts stay two in most the open populous to recover skies nations from the devastation treaty Mexico Washington and wreaked Brazil has by signaled the pandemic have had that rippled it Charles will counts pull out Taylor in of six that's new not months cases London and deaths although almost trump has daily hinted this week that he might feuding reconsider criticism the decision of the president's I'm Charles who have the slow last walked month shutdowns in attempts to limit economic damage I'm Charles de Ledesma

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British government to introduce tough quarantine for air passengers

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

British government to introduce tough quarantine for air passengers

"The the government corona says virus of the quarantine pandemic is has likely accelerated to start in across early June Latin America I will apply Russia to and arrivals the Indian subcontinent from everywhere except island even as curbs which flattened has a long standing in much of free Europe movement Asia agreement and with the U. the S. UK however the virus is they're roaring likely to be exceptions through countries for equipped some travelers to handle including the truckers pandemic and medics which many scientists did fear not close could see its borders to the embers during of the worst a second of the coronavirus global wave upright India and has is seen introducing its biggest its quarantine single day spike just as since many the other crisis European began countries is and starting Pakistan to open and up again Russia have also Allen's signaled of warned the that highest the British death move tolls could hobble Latin America's the efforts two most populous to recover nations from the devastation Mexico and wreaked Brazil by the pandemic have had rippled Charles counts Taylor of that's new not cases London and deaths almost daily this week feuding criticism of the president's who have slow walked shutdowns in attempts to limit economic damage I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Virus accelerates across Latin America, India, Pakistan

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Virus accelerates across Latin America, India, Pakistan

"The corona virus pandemic has accelerated across Latin America Russia and the Indian subcontinent even as curbs flattened in much of Europe Asia and the U. S. the virus is roaring through countries equipped to handle the pandemic which many scientists fear could see to the embers of a second global wave India has seen its biggest single day spike since the crisis began and Pakistan and Russia have also signaled the highest death tolls Latin America's two most populous nations Mexico and Brazil have had rippled counts of new cases and deaths almost daily this week feuding criticism of the president's who have slow walked shutdowns in attempts to limit economic damage I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Virus accelerates across Latin America, India, Pakistan

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Virus accelerates across Latin America, India, Pakistan

"The corona virus pandemic has accelerated across Latin America Russia and the Indian subcontinent even as curbs flattened in much of Europe Asia and the U. S. the virus is roaring through countries equipped to handle the pandemic which many scientists fear could see to the embers of a second global wave India has seen its biggest single day spike since the crisis began and Pakistan and Russia have also signaled the highest death tolls Latin America's two most populous nations Mexico and Brazil have had rippled counts of new cases and deaths almost daily this week feuding criticism of the president's who have slow walked shutdowns in attempts to limit economic damage I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Virus accelerates across Latin America, India, Pakistan

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Virus accelerates across Latin America, India, Pakistan

"The corona virus pandemic has accelerated across Latin America Russia and the Indian subcontinent even as curbs flattened in much of Europe Asia and the U. S. the virus is roaring through countries equipped to handle the pandemic which many scientists fear could see to the embers of a second global wave India has seen its biggest single day spike since the crisis began and Pakistan and Russia have also signaled the highest death tolls Latin America's two most populous nations Mexico and Brazil have had rippled counts of new cases and deaths almost daily this week feuding criticism of the president's who have slow walked shutdowns in attempts to limit economic damage I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Coronavirus for Amazon Sellers

Amazing FBA

08:43 min | 9 months ago

Coronavirus for Amazon Sellers

"We'll bring you today. A very international panel and the subject of today is all about roundup really big picture perspective on how Amazon's affects people globally and more by luck than judgement. We got people in three different continents joining us today. Was this kind of crazy so starting from west to East which feel somehow logical. We got generally from ten key product management Dogra from rural handmade originally from India. Actually in London England not far from me and then John Calvin dish originally from the UK but of course over in Vietnam several timezones ahead. So thank you particularly John. Thank you for staying up to the really the middle of the night to join us. But thank you all very very much for coming along. Great to see you guys. Thank you so let. Let's just two quick introduction of assault one at a time so so we know you know where you're coming from and what your perspective is generally start with you L. I work at turnkey product management. We are basically a done for you. Service Amazon consulting company where we will manage top to bottom Amazon or different brands also offer come sheen an courses so different opportunities their religious trying to help rams excel on Amazon cacophonous. Let's get with the next. Hey everyone my name is gonNa Arkan. We look for Ora Rural Hanmi. Essentially if I tell you what we do. We are Alibaba for handmade. And what's really do? Is we connect to putting onto says who want to create these mindful Brian's to Communities across the Indian subcontinent which includes India Sri Lankan Bangladesh and together. They basically formed this amazing sustainable brand. We specialize in three categories which is living giving and dining and we for Amazon sellers specifically we work on a mind to market model where we essentially commission design ideas into actual physical products. Odd Handmade all sustainable. That's what we do. Co. Ryan said quite a different thing altogether and then John what he doing over in Vietnam Ashley obviously stuck in Vietnam for the next six months closed by yes nice. They're safe here. For a few cases I run a couple of businesses so I I am an Amazon seller as well we do. We have a full service. Agency called E COM DNA. And then. Recently we won't sell Candy Candy is. It's kind of to fill the gap between having a full service agency and having someone to help you out on Amazon. So what we do. Is We do the mundane boring tasks that you don't want to do. As long as the central we do it so unlimited tasks in south central for a set fee a month having Luca but already trying there's no h There's no need to explain to them how to do things just log tasks with us and we get to the outcome rather than south central they just keep telling you to submit the case again. Absolutely great kids. Well you know what's interesting is about. Is You'll interact with a lot of different businesses as well as hoping you'll you'll find pies of various different things yourself so. I think you're well placed to give a bit of flavor from what your clients are experiencing say. The first question is ready. What changes have you seen in your own Amazon business? All businesses will your clients business from I. Guess say January February this year to the car employing which is just the end of April twenty twenty at the time of recording this so anyone wanted to stop the bay question. Because there's been a lot. I think I can say a little bit. If you want please on we have a lot of clients in both US EU. All over the place I said. The biggest challenge with with solid candidate with being assistance is the notifications because we do account monitoring insane at the moment by boxes coming and going everything appearing and disappearing all day every day so it becomes a monitoring monitoring listings becomes a huge Odua task. Obviously Start Shopping Amazon stopping everyone shipping in between was middle of March and April with a big pain especially in Europe and in Europe at the moment still that closed down French film incentives and Yukon Ship Inter Intra country between certain countries. They went shipping into Italy during using European fulfillment networks that you could if you had a majority in the country. So what we've been doing is kind of helping clients now. We are in business to move things around us three pl walls and make sure that we can still have live this things every marketplace because in general sales volume on most things that we've been seeing is in down too much unless you are in a very very essential category climbs volume is significantly up volume is up but it really depends what category you're in. Las People are getting hammered. Here which is not good but Amazon is actually moving back up because we had a lot of deliverability slip away for a long time. Yeah I think. Overall my understanding of Amazon's sales volumes that March twenty twenty twenty percent up on March twenty nineteen. So yes it needs to. Yes thanks for that feedback at interesting the notifications thing which hadn't struck me with his true. I suppose managing that is you know because everything's a bucking Bronco. At the moment. Isn't it genocide of some of this stuff but for clients like a world away in some cases? So what are your? So what have you been seeing on the sort of the pros and cons of the current situation right? Yeah I mean he talked about the FDA if being restrictions was a huge hit majority of our clients do fall into the central category. So a lot of them actually really grew especially in the month of March. April would say it started to kind of Plateau still high numbers. But it's not in a crazy rise right now now as far as you know clients. That aren't able to ship items in. We did have a few of those. Actually one of our biggest clients was in the situation where they are not in a central product and they had to switch to FBI scenes in F. B. M. warehouses wedge was able to help sustain their numbers. And that now even even as we're going along we're still not for all clients able to ship items in. It's kind of a hit or miss but it does. Actually we work with Amazon Launch Pad. So we get some insights from them and everything like that and they basically said you know you're number one dollars are going to be the ones that you start to see that you can send FBI inventory in and it will kind of go down from your release. You know your least popular products so we are seeing that pretty consistently where the number one new products force given brands are starting to open up. The definitely seem very similar things to John where definitely specific categories or. Do we really really well. And others are taking a pretty big hit. Just losing the prime badge in switching. Fbi everything like that yet. It seems to be a common theme but it could target reinforce because every so often you have an assumption but that proves wrong and those are the things you think you know. That aren't true. It is good to tease out but it sounds like some predictable things but also in sing sing about the number one side is kind of by. Castle Grill by sorry by client will my status it by account. That's kind of reassuring the islands in willing to do that. There's some kind of common sense there. So cannot identify not much on the management side but obviously very very in the global source thing side of things I mean. What are you saying from the sourcing side of things Timothy? Overhaul what you've seen the two major mindsets shifts that you've seen Onto minutes we will have one is even an all re looking at. You know we can't hedge and do the entire Susan from China for example and they're looking at we diversify these risk factors go to different sectors. You know the thing supply chain is better at the same time. I think we do talk about Obama's and sellers and they're bigger concern. You know when you create a brand. How safe is the brand which as always been a big concern for them and should we be really focusing on creating and selling existing products and and what we see is in Zuma's that I'll buying out for stories looking looking for things that have a meaning behind and I think we really strongly believe us as a brand associate company week and of Supply that story Do a

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"subcontinent" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"subcontinent" Discussed on WTVN

"Deal with the subcontinent we are in the early stages of discussion for an incredible trade agreement to reduce barriers of investment between the United States and India the president's trip includes a visit to the Taj Mahal Bernie Sanders sounding like a front runner after Nevada's democratic caucuses just put together a multi generational multi rage racial coalition which is going to not only win in Nevada it's going to sweep this country UP next South Carolina democratic primary next weekend congressman Jim Clyburn from that stage as voters there may be turned off by Sanders's message this is South Carolina and south Carolinians are pretty near it about that title socialists Clyburn on ABC's this week broadcast encouraging news for people who cannot tolerate or who get no benefit from cholesterol lowering Staten pills the U. S. food and drug administration has approved next let's all a new type of medication for lowering cholesterol it should be available late next month the Supreme Court today takes arguments in a long running dispute between developers of a six hundred mile natural gas pipeline and environmental groups who are opposed to the pipeline crossing the stored Appalachian Trail developers in the trump administration want a lower court ruling throwing out a critical permit overturned you're listening to ABC news now news radio six ten WTVN to get traffic and weather every ten minutes mornings and afternoons on newsradio six ten WTVN see us going out early Monday which Johnny hill early Monday not too bad all the roadways running up to speed in all four directions early reports of a vehicle fire Tate Taylor Avenue south of Fifth Avenue over.

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Trump lands in India for start of two-day visit

News, Traffic and Weather

00:21 sec | 11 months ago

Trump lands in India for start of two-day visit

"President trump has arrived in India for two day visit me call the subcontinent a special place hi sorry of the Indian nation is a tale of astounding progress call of democracy extraordinary diversity and above all a strong and noble people the president's itinerary includes a visit to the Taj Mahal

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Wistron Increasing iPhone Production in India

Mac OS Ken

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Wistron Increasing iPhone Production in India

"As being of India apples push on the subcontinent continues. macrumors says the Cupertino. Thirteen companies manufacturing partner. WISTRON is set to start making an important part for iphone in India according to the peace a Western plant plant opening in April outside of Bengal. Aroo this at the start making printed circuit boards or PCB's for Iphone A.. P. C. B.'s. Where processors assessors memory storage and other such components live in the device? They usually account for about half the cost of a smartphone. According to the report if apple can source those from India instead of importing them it could save a ton on tariffs imposed by prime minister. Narendra Modi's government to boost local manufacturing and create new jobs over the weekend Modi's administration announced that beginning in April it's hiking the import tariff on populated. PCB's from ten percent to twenty percent making westerns timing. Well timely I guess

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India passes U.S. as second-largest smartphone market after China

Mac OS Ken

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

India passes U.S. as second-largest smartphone market after China

"If you're wondering where I phone can go from here cast your is to the subcontinent and gadget had counterpoint research indicating earlier this week that India is now a larger smartphone market than the US S.. So far India has had very little to do with iphones rise though that can actually be a good thing this time last week. I told you about got a piece from Bloomberg that said of the roughly one hundred fifty eight million smartphone shipped in India in two thousand nineteen apple. Sold less than two MIL. Oh yet at the same time. Data from counterpoint. Technology market research indicates that India's premium segment is growing at a twenty percent rate almost stumbling the roughly ten percent growth of the local smartphone market overall which suggests greater opportunity for Apple

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India's Forgotten Power Broker: Begum Samru

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:24 min | 1 year ago

India's Forgotten Power Broker: Begum Samru

"Today's leader was Zor revered eighteenth century Indian ruler she came from nothing and became sovereign of her own kingdom and the head of formidable mercenary army remembered for skill in the political arena and on the battlefield. She forge your own path at a time and place where women didn't hold such positions of power. She's also also the only Catholic ruler in Indian history. Let's talk about BEGAM. Some ru was born around seventeen fifty unlikely in Kashmir her given name was Farzana while some historians claim that she was the daughter of a Muslim nobleman most believe that she was an orphan from from a humble background who was raised in a Kotha a traditional Indian House of pleasure women danced for rich men. When Beckham was fourteen years old? She met a forty five year old Austrian mercenary named Walter Reinhardt Somber who became completely smitten with the young dancer. The two started living together and also paired up professionally as mercenaries for hire this period Indian. History was one of great people. The Mughal Empire that ruled the Indian subcontinent was coming under increasing threat from both local chieftains and the British who were in the midst of invading and colonizing India as such Mughal kings relied on hired European mercenaries like Sambre to put down local insurrections Samba and begum turned out to be an extremely only successful mercenary team and beg him also managed to charm the Mughal rulers whose courts they visited historian. Adidas Gupta notes that begam actually sleep benefited from not being formerly married to somber. That would have put her behind a line of court gender segregation and excluded her from the inner workings of port politics in seventeen seventy four. Sambre was awarded the Principality of Donna. Alum the second after saving the Shah's army from a major the battle loss there sambre and beg them maintain their own standing army trained and organized to European military standards. That was ever ready. You to assist their mogul benefactors. When sombre died a few years later the mostly European officers in the Sardana army supported Begam as their next regent it? She became the ruler of Donna. And the new Seoul commander of the three thousand soldiers who served in the army took quite well to this job and fit herself. The trappings of a ruler she wore a turban and smoked hookah. The only four and a half feet tall. She led her men into battle on horseback. She she was seen as so invincible. That local legend how she was a witch could destroy her enemies by merely throwing her cloak. It in seventeen. Eighty one Beckham converted to Catholicism and began to build the basilica of Our Lady of graces in Sardana. It's it's not clear why she converted. Some historians have suggested that this may have been a savvy political move made based on the assumption that the Christian though not Catholic British but eventually take full control of India regardless of her motives her conversion makes Beckham the only Catholic ruler in Indian History Beckham's adventures insurers included taking many European lovers most of whom were military officers in one famous anecdote. She made a suicide pact with the French Lover Lover. After members of her own army heard rumors couple had married and started to mutiny after Begum stabbed herself with a dagger. The Frenchman shot himself and died. Agam survived her wound after she was rescued from the scene by another spur lover by the early eighteen. Hundreds Begemann the British Ron. Good terms begum. Even entertained high powered Brits and other Europeans at her court this allowed her to spend her later life growing her power and coffers and engaging and diplomacy rather than fighting on a battlefield in January eighteen thirty six begum died the incredibly vast fortune. She built over the last decades. It's a for life. One of the greatest India at the time was inherited by the British east India Company. It was worth approximately fifty five and a half million gold marks or about forty billion dollars in today's value

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Key al-Qaeda leader 'killed in Afghanistan'

Dana Loesch

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Key al-Qaeda leader 'killed in Afghanistan'

"US officials say in all Qaeda leader was killed in Afghanistan during a raid I see no more was the leader of al Qaeda in the Indian subcontinent and killed in a joint US Afghan commando raid on a Taliban compound in Helmand province late last month a U. S. Air Force AC one thirty gunships later level the compound the state department had no bounty on his head like they do for other terrorist leaders the news came on the eighteenth anniversary to the day of the first American airstrikes in

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Ally of Al Qaeda Killed in Afghanistan Raid, Officials Say

Rush Limbaugh

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Ally of Al Qaeda Killed in Afghanistan Raid, Officials Say

"US officials say a senior al Qaeda leader was killed in Afghanistan this during a commando raid boxes Lucas Tomlinson has more US and Afghan officials say they can now confirm the death of a senior al Qaeda leader I see no more was the leader of al Qaeda in the Indian subcontinent and killed in a joint US Afghan commando raid on a Taliban compound in Helmand province late last month a U. S. Air Force AC one thirty gunships later level the compound the state department had no bounty on his head like they do for other terrorist leaders the news came on the eighteenth anniversary to the day of the first American airstrikes in Afghanistan at the Pentagon Lucas Tomlinson fox

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Akbar Ahmed Recounts the Train Ride That Changed His Life Forever

Tell Them, I Am

06:06 min | 1 year ago

Akbar Ahmed Recounts the Train Ride That Changed His Life Forever

"Could you tell me who you are? And what your best known for my name is Ahmed? I am a professor on campus at American University in Washington DC. I'm the chair was slopping studies, and I have over the course of my life, made films, documentaries written books. Being the puck sun, High Commissioner to London the story that we're focusing on is when you were a little kid, and you got on a train during partition could you take me back to that moment. Like what was happening? Well, it was nineteen forty seven it was the height of summer August wishes. Wishes, as you know, many races creeds religions that didn't have that inhabit subcontinent of India, that are two major nations, the Hindus and Muslims. Hundred billions and Muslims cannot fit categorize as minority. We are seventy millions in the northwestern and not eastern zones of India. We constitute a majority of seventy percents against the cost Hindus in these homeland. We want the division of India and the partition of India between two countries. India and Pakistan had been announced very faint memory of an incident, which is a blur. It may have happened. It may not have happened. But I recall a lot of noise, a lot of shouting, it was late at night, again, in the official house in these divisions superintendent houses huge that large lawns, and that literally dozens of officials servants bearing red, the red tunic and the under the and I recall a shouting yelling, and then I just walked out amongst. That's what's happening, then I recall everyone saying, get them in get him in don't, don't tell them. What's happening? And I had some idea that someone had died and someone at thrown someone into the well. Millions of people were seventy given a choice which country, they wish to live in a lot of Muslims in India decided to move to Pakistan, this new country, which Tintri exist, and many Hindus Sikhs living in what was Pakistan wanted to move to India, because people what he didn't were suspicious and fearful of their neighbors, and perhaps, the religious violence that was to come. My father was a senior official in the British railway system, and he opted was called opting, which country do opt for he opted for a Pakistan, and very quickly things began to develop those a lot of writing killing Muslims have been killed. So we had to very quickly, rather my father, I was just a boy for had to scramble to somehow get his small family, my mother three of us into the train and get us across the border. Now, that was simply said than done because everyone wanted to try to catch a train, there was no other transport with his new civilization. There's no airplanes buses stop because of the violence on both sides and not India, this huge swathes of territory was up in violence. It was it was like up into ethnic, and religious violence, and Michelle think of it, something like two million almost two million people died in this mad communal fury. Everyone seem to have gone mad. We were living in Delhi. Delhi was the capital. I have no idea with it was little evening. Have some sense that it may be late in the evening now in the thick of this crisis are train moved from Delhi through the job to the killing fields of the job on its way to the new capital Karachi and the journey was normally particular today's maximum. But because of the situation in the job and the violence, that was taking place on both sides. Remember, it's very important to understand that this is taking place on all sides. This journey took several days. And this is what these do the sides, the two sides that they would slaughter all the passengers on the train except the train driver. So in the train pollen into Karachi, the capital, punks or Delhi? The capital of India, the entire train would be of dead Besseges, except the driver. And my first memory is of being in a compartment in that train going through the killing fields of the job. I remember that color yellowish, because that is the color throughout it was kind of greenish yellow ish his in the Parliament, I remember my father saying again and again his finger on his lip syncing. Don't make a noise. Don't, don't even breathe get under the, the, the but the bottom, and I even thought to myself, then I'm just a little boy, I thought, if someone's looking for us, he's not going to be hard to find us because we have a leg sticking out of hand sticking out. Nanny headed evolve in his hand. He was very peaceful Bannon, always very warm in fiction to everyone is genius seniors, everyone, there's something so horrendous and frightening outside the compartment that my very peaceful father had to have a revolver in his hand. And the train would stop a lot. I remember this distinctly the train would move a little bit. And then suddenly, it would stop the jerk, and that became rather ominous and I would feel a lot of tension because that meant that the people blocking the train not lying to move and it meant that, that was danger.

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"subcontinent" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"subcontinent" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"We should expect better from these companies and Oppal should address these claims. Moats and beams aside, it would be easy to agree with these statements. It's likely why they make these statements without fear, and polling I will ask again, though, as I do every time this issue comes up, which U S laws and regulations would members of congress be okay with foreign companies ignoring that is their suggestion. Right. That apple ignore the law and a country in which it does business or members of congress saying apple should not be dealing favorably with governments that violate human rights. Personally. I agree with that sentiment though. I wonder whether congress is ready to lead, by example on that one. I said leave Moton beams aside yet there. I go. Shame on may. More word of the latest iphones for and from the subcontinent macrumors highlights report from the economic times of India that says Foxconn we'll start cranking out iphone ten there in July and the companies hoping it's not just one and done an unnamed official believed in no things about things says Foxconn wants to increase capacity and diversify to even higher models going forward. Assuming all of this is true. It could mean quite a bit. For everyone involved for starters. It would give Foxconn regions besides China for producing iphone for India. It means money and jobs Foxconn invested three hundred fifty six million dollars to expand an existing plan to take on new iphone production. According to the report, creating as many as twenty five thousand jobs in the process for apple. It's a chance to sell iphone in India at lower. Prices currently high-end iphones have to be imported subjecting them to super high import costs which are passed onto the consumer those duties would go away with home grown iphones. Additionally, building iphone in India could help the company meet local sourcing.

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"subcontinent" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"subcontinent" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"Then at one point when they release could not supply him with the kind of reference, Christie cater weapons, you needed, then he broke aligns with them. That's when he embraced the one more. I'm actually in Libya and became pretty close to and you've got the right natural resources and the choices from Quebec as well. And then after I mean, turned against the British, that's when the. We started to EMA nice. So I'm gonna be there realized that was also even domestic positions before that they have no issue with it. And also the other major point was that when he explodes down, Dunne's were ethnic and Oregon primarily from the Indian subcontinent from STAN as well expelled in nineteen seventy two ending repossess the business, and he gave it to Ugandans Africans ground up for the first time, and I wanna cly that is one of the positive attributes that'd be Peter remembered for them before them Africans not involved in the commercial business in import export trade. And when I mean she's the businesses from the downed of ethnic Indian ancestry and David to them that's cemented his legacy, at least the business at beat and other result up to now. Find a relatively sizeable population of Uganda's that are now involved in commerce. We had never happened before nineteen seventy two. When did that. So when Bubby wind making the comparison between survey any? And I mean, he's looking at that aspect as well. Survey sticking businesses away from Africans and giving the to friend investors. He doesn't mean did the and we see that the current day Mussa Vini is behaving politically much like the early of mean in that he too has medaled in south Sudan. TI actually has metal in a much more terrible way. Whereas eating was actually trying to help the insurance of south Saddam because as you know, the predominant Lee Africa that Christian religions also the knees were being discriminated against by the government in Khartoum, which was born Arabize. And it was embracing fundamental. It's time make big page and obviously that did not go well in what was then so done Sudan. So in fact, there was a great fund of sympathy for people in some Saddam as they fought against which was something tantamount to internal colonialism in their country. And ultimately, of course, you know, sounds through down alternately became independent country and it's not sound through down, but it's never enjoyed a day or its independence. By the time, it became a dependent. You would've any had already been extending its military throughout eastern central Africa. He's been instigating violence in south Sudan because he wants to maintain control there. So when a crisis developed between president sounds like here and vice president yet my job, what he did was he sent you. Does Billy treat to side with look here instead of doing what the other regional leaders were trying to do, which was to get into negotiate and resolve their differences. It was a very vicious invasion from Uganda. And he used custom bombs which is banned under international law, but be he's protected by the United States and Britain. The issue never came up and has never come up in the United Nations. Security council got away with another war crime in south Sudan. But since the Beijing, twenty thirteen, there's been continuous violence and sounds Dan hundreds of thousands of people have been killed. There's been banished, rape being used as a weapon. Women have been raped for riffing stories, some of appeared in the guardian of the New York Times. Women having this stomachs flip and embryos being pulled out and thrown to the rivers, just quite a riffing. And yet the United States still continues to back general you, it was any and their leadership and south. Throwdown under. So here it's a domino -able. Recently, the United States passed sanctions against sounds van in the UN Security Council, but the sanctions cannot work so long as sanctions are only on south Sudan and not on the source off the weapons, which is Uganda sanctions to be placed against Uganda. And that is one of the campaigns that you've been working on through the pan..

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"subcontinent" Discussed on See Something Say Something

See Something Say Something

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"subcontinent" Discussed on See Something Say Something

"Case, you weren't aware. Mangoes are said to have originated in the Indian subcontinent. Some people say, India has the best mango variety the Affonso, but that's obviously for debate. The best, but also make spread across the world. It means so much to people across so many different cultures. So here's what you're going to hear this. You're gonna continue to hear from listeners the show, and we're going to talk to my cousin who spent her summer buying thousands of dollars a mink as from guy off of what's at and miles carp who's done a lot of research on why it's hard to find the best mangoes in the US. But I, you're going to hear from me. Before we get into the interviews, I wanna talk about how much mangoes mean to me. My late mother was a huge fan. We'd sit around the table, she'd sliced them up and we'd share them swipe them through masala and just like talk shop. But the thing that she always missed from her home in Bacchus on was mango season and for most of our life in Michigan, we didn't have access to Mingas. So in the late nineties, early two, thousands when mango started showing up at supermarkets, she was so excited and she had this criteria for what a good mango was that I didn't understand because my first time eating them was American mangoes, I thought they were all amazing. I didn't even really like fruit that much, but I loved mangoes and how much passion my mother had for them and how much we shared a feeling of palpable electro city when my mom would bring mangoes home and no matter what though she'd always be like, there's nothing like boxing demand go in for most of my life. I never had a box on. Ango and I didn't know why. I'd say, why couldn't we get bucks any mingka's and she'd say, you know, beta, it's very, very difficult to get them. I didn't really understand my first time having a box on a mango is actually after she passed away and we were in London. I had no idea what mangled variety was that. There were different breeds of mangoes what I've been eating, but my family was very clear that the two best box any mangoes are Johnson and under Ruutel and they had brought both of them to the UK. So we sat around and like the dark Knight lights completely off with these buckets of ice mangoes, and we cut them and we ate them. And I started to understand why my mother Misbach Sanni mangoes, the flavor was just so intense, so sweet so floral. And soon after I started to look into why it was so hard to find bucks on demand goes in the US turns out both boxed any and Indian mangoes were banned at some portion of US history. Apparently they're not ban now, but it's still extremely hard to get them for a lot of reasons. So I would actually have family that would go to Canada when they heard of. A mango shipment and bring them over the border, even though border agents, if they found those mangoes would have confiscated. So it was like sort of like this black market mango deal. And then when people would find out that box on demand goes had made it to our house or to our community, everyone would freak out, please give me one I need to have on. It's like gold basically for our community still over the last ten years. I have rarely eaten a box on a mango. I've still not gone to box under in the summer or during mango season, which is a goal for me. One day I'll get to go, please pray for me. But this year I was lucky enough that my cousin got embroiled in this wild WhatsApp, mango economy. I don't even know how to describe it where she was shuttling mangoes, like back and forth through jersey through airports, coordinating around the country. Even to get these box on demand goes to people around the US and I had a bunch this year and we're going to talk to her about that process later, but it really just go to show me how much mangoes. Mean to buck Saudis and to immigrant communities around the world..

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"subcontinent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"subcontinent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"What's happened i think as part of some of these continuities that marks the transfer of power in the subcontinent successive government so military governments in pakistan you know in a way to couva the role that the british ron played in terms of sort of suppressing news of not wanting you know aggressive criticism to be leveled against governments and that tradition as seems to be sort of continue in many ways but the other point i really want to emphasize is that you know we mustn't equate the media would democracy you know with democrat the democratization of communications is an intrinsic part of of of of you know what it means to be a democracy in some parts of the world that seems an automatic assumption exactly a he mustn't do that in pakistan particularly and what also concerns me is is the sort of lack of institutional building institution buildings institutions like the judiciary i mean the supreme court the high courts in pakistan i mean what is their role in this contemporary context i haven't heard too much about you know their views in terms of defending the liberties with the press in in constitutional terms and i will very much like to see more of that and how intimidating is the military in pakistan for those who don't naturally supported i mean it's it's intensely to mandating there's no way of sort of sort of i it's it's the threats at the personal level we just heard in the news report those are real obstructions take place all the time a particularly social bloggers are continuously abducted one doesn't know when when when people are killed people are sort of people disappear and this is not just in pakistan as as i'm sure we are all aware it's happening in other parts of the world two you're listening to the bbc world service on pool henley with weekend a quick reminder today's main news a rescue mission is underway to free the twelve boys in their coach from flooded caves in thailand where they'd been trapped and the japanese prime minister says emergency teams are working against the clock to save people could there in devastating floods now there's a big week of international diplomacy coming up for the us president donald trump on wednesday and thursday he'll be in brussels for a nato summit before travelling onto the uk for what's been described as a working visit to meet britain's prime minister and the queen last week london's mass said econ gave permission for a giant blimp a nineteen foot balloon between donald trump is an orange snarling baby to be flown over parliament by protesters during the president's visit president trump has made it a priority during his time in office to unravel the foreign policy achievements of his predecessor barack obama on climate change global trade perhaps most notably the iranian nuclear deal so how might mr obama be reflecting on the united states is current position on the world stage well ben rhodes was officially a deputy national security adviser he was described by many at the time as right hand man to president obama he's just written a book about his years in the white house entitled the world as it is i've been speaking to him there's a lot of acceptance i described the night of the election him sending me an email about three in the morning saying there are more stars in the sky than grains of sand on the earth but obama has a way of well what it means is seeking out perspective that essentially you're bama has a serenity there is almost kind of asian in its ability to not get to hire too low based on whether things are going well or not i think his view is it you know if he sat there making himself crazy over every little thing trump did it wouldn't be the best use of his time i think it takes a longer view of.

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"subcontinent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"subcontinent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We can take a couple of phone calls if anybody has a story to tell her a question or comment two one two four three three wnyc four three three nine six nine two and ali in brooklyn you're on wnyc thank you for calling in ryan good morning longtime listener i love your show but these two guests are giving very fat trap to a lot of people that they trying to come to this country legally ecuador for past twenty five years there's tennessee stoller cannot apply for political asylum for ecuador let me tell you the truth i'm i'm mike migrant to this country i came forty years ago went to the health that my paperwork in order this is what he bat rapid you little people like these individual which i don't i know i don't know them and i'm not gonna judge sense but the statements that are making is completely onto you cannot see what is happening when people coming from central america and south american subcontinent atrial lawyers like the people that you have in your show right now take down the best way to do is get the outside because you're gonna stay up there what are actress faces second term and doing the person they said no way this is garbage because people like myself that trying to bring their brother which is hiding educated person standing in line for ten years go through the process they raised the hell we have to stop this nonsense show only you're saying that a disadvantage is legal immigrants whose family members let's say are waiting in line but the country isn't going to allow any more than x immigrants in in any given year and so the people who are in effect jumping the line like you would see the man in this case are are actually disadvantage ing people like perhaps your own relatives had certain procedure what did they do they oh how can you do political that find them on a democracy in ecuador for twenty five years ecuador is the cleanest country is sent south america they have a courtesy tennessee's dollar you're solid that we use they use the us dollar i've been in the capital's many times my juice this has to stop and i support president trump were all these things happening there's nothing against immigrants they deporting irish deporting anybody that these countries countries that we saw and looking for the luke's.

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"subcontinent" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"subcontinent" Discussed on WTMA

"And the death of a dual hatted commander what does that mean bill yeah this is an alqaeda actually from alqaeda in the indian subcontinent al qaeda's branch and afghanistan pakistan and south asia he also served as commander in the movement of the taliban in pakistan that's the nasty branch of the pakistani taliban or one of several nasty branches of the pakistani taliban should i say so he operated on both sides of the afghanpakistan border you know the this is kind of this is what al qaeda has tried to do and succeeded when he put together alqaeda and the indian subcontinent it's pulling in leaders from various jihadist factions including alqaeda moving taliban and pakistan lashkaritaiba leaders and operatives they work under this umbrella and they report to and this is in alqaeda's on documentation and manuals on this they report to the emir of the afghan taliban so yes sure it's good news that we killed a senior al qaeda leader whose caused mayhem in the region but it's a further reminder that al qaeda persists in this area despite the obama administration wanting to tell us that al qaeda was rise of itself on the road to defeat bill it reminds me all those science fiction stars i read as a child what we learn from science fiction was when you have a perfect weapon it doesn't work when you're able to destroy the leader of the opposition from what this looks to be a couple thousand feet or maybe five hundred feet with a with a magical robot a drone strike it doesn't it doesn't convince the people on the ground that you're in charge all it says is next up for command for this dual hatted role it's certainly doesn't in any way hold the territory or solve the problem that this man who's now deceased according to these claims could command the authority and the taliban and also take orders from al qaeda it doesn't reverse any of that it it in fact in endorses the.

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"subcontinent" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"subcontinent" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Of the the ministers talking about a crisis in the gulf cooperation council since june of 2017 that has no explanation so we're not going to spend time trying to explain the unknown we are going to say that qatar is solved if at least from my visit right now because except for the land blockade these see blockade is non in existence you've repositioned yourself to use up a port you've built up your liquid natural gas is still going out so i'm going to leave the gulf the gcc crisis here and speak of the indian ocean basin because you are nine have enjoyed the visit vision of the future such as 2030 for qatar wits natural gas for the indian ocean basin this is the growing part of the world your lucky to be here because you've got nothing but customers go out you tell me me the subcontinent is your chief importers that correct well you know a dj on the subcontinent is a very very important tom partner but the within the indian ocean we lindo herself to the living off development of particular counters and their need for that stage of development and indeed for for for the energy qatar is the main source of lng let's say to the subcontinent and we we have been serving them reliably on dot com for the last fifteen years or so and we think that their potential is even a greater but the it's not a matter of availing strategic commodity to their development but also the fullyfledged partnership trade partnership for example our trade exchanges been increasing expunge exponentially with with the with these countries are also we have failed unsecure jobs two two two citizens of from citizen talented senate citizens in particular from these these counters so the they the cooperation is a much wider spectrum john but also we are looking get africa specially south east africa on south africa with further our cooperation but we already established markets are far away from all reason like uh far east uh euro bob united states for trade exchange but we lindo itself to the needs of our customers part of your portfolio is water development as well you tell me and you are so your your natural gas your oil and your water i think you've built lots.

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"subcontinent" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"subcontinent" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Worse and at least there is nominal a support for the united states from the ah the ruling generals and pakistan and i not sure that i see an alternative to their rule besides than nowrouted out islamists state along the lines of iran or uh or sudan something of that nature so uh before i became i adding to concerned about pakistan's leadership is as odious as it is uh not sure what is is a better alternative from our standpoint well that is certainly a good point and as i talk about in my book uh an american senators quest for disarmament in a nuclear subcontinent um we are choices are not uh very clear or not very easy but the government of pakistan whatever it is if it's islamic basic or what it is cannot run the country without the united states is cooperation the cooperation of our bank of our navy of a whole bunch of things and we're cutting out some aid but they're still they're still getting a lot of cooperation from us at all levels and that is how they ruled their country um but if we really uh did what we should do that in terms of uh almost a total embargo or a total debt like the pressler amendment when george hw bush and forced it in uh uh it's she even citibank had to leave for a couple of years and then we drop that and we didn't stick with the pressler amendment and that has been a very uh that we suffer the consequences ever since so uh uh uh i'm just a uh but i'm glad that president trump is taken these these initial steps and uh he's made it clear that india will be our main ally in that region and that's refreshing that the president united states has made that declaration stabilize this review at all why with bought islamist forces let's say some of the people with the pakistani uh security service who have had openly is lavas sympathies why would they thought seized could troll and again just stood take away the pretense the pretense at least from the standpoint of getting those american dollar that least kept them for being openly and totally islamist why would would not see the year the growth of.

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"subcontinent" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"subcontinent" Discussed on WCHS

"And worse and the at least there is nominal support for the united states from the year the ruling generals and pakistan am i not sure that i see an alternative to their rule besides an out and out islamists state along the lines of iran or uh or sudan something of that nature so uh before i became i adding to concerned about pakistan's leadership is as odious as it is i'm not sure what it is a better alternative from our standpoint well that is certainly a good point and as i talk about in my book uh an american senators quest for disarmament in a nuclear subcontinent we are choices are not uh very clear or not very easy but the government of pakistan whatever it is it's islamic basic or what it is cannot run the country without the united states is cooperation the cooperation of our banks of our navy of a whole bunch of things and we are cutting out some aid but this still they're still getting a lot of cooperation from us at all levels and that is how they ruled their country um but if we really uh did what we should do in terms of uh almost a total embargo or a total of the like the pressler amendment when george hw bush enforced it in uh uh it's she even citibank had to leave for a couple of years and then we drop to that end we didn't stick with the pressler amendment and that has been a very it and we suffer the consequences ever since so um uh uh i'm just uh uh but i'm glad that president trump is taking these these initial steps and uh he's made it clear that india will be our main ally in that region and that's refreshing that the president united states has made that declaration stabilize this regime at all why would not islamist forces let's say some of the people within the pakistani security service who have had openly islambagh sympathies why would they not seize control and again just a take away the pretense the pretense at least from the standpoint of getting those american dollars at least kept them for being openly and totally islamist why would would not see the year the growth of a.

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"subcontinent" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"subcontinent" Discussed on WLOB

"And worse and the at least there is nominal support for the united states from the ah the ruling generals and pakistan am i not sure that i see an alternative to their rule besides an out and out islamists state along the lines of iran or uh or sudan something of that nature so uh before i became i adding too concerned about pakistan's leadership is as odious says it is i'm not sure what it is a better alternative from our standpoint well that is certainly a good point and as i talked about in my book uh an american senators quest for disarmament in a nuclear subcontinent um we are choices are not uh very clear or not very easy but the government of pakistan whatever it is if it's islam iq basic or what it is cannot run the country without the united states is cooperation the cooperation of our banks have our navy a whole bunch of things and we're cutting out some aid but this still they're still getting a lot of cooperation from us at all levels and that is how they ruled their country um but if we really uh did what we should do in terms of uh almost a total embargo or a total of the uh like the pressler amendment when george hw bush enforced it in uh uh it's she even citibank had to leave for a couple of years and then we drop that and we didn't stick with the pressler amendment and that it's been a very big and we suffer the consequences ever since so uh uh uh i'm just uh of of uh but i'm glad that president trump is taken these these initial steps and uh he's made it clear that india will be our main ally in that region and that's refreshing that the present the united states has made that declaration stabilize this regime at all why would not islamist forces let's say some of the people within the pakistani security service who have had openly islambagh sympathies why would they not seize control and again just to take away the pretense the pretense at least from the standpoint of getting those american dollars at least kept them for being openly and totally islamist why will would would not see the year the growth of a regime similar to that in the tehran well i don't know if i can deal with every possible hypothetical but that that might well be possible but that that that.

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"subcontinent" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"subcontinent" Discussed on WTMA

"Drags them through the story at at at a lightening pace and it also as you say eat it allows the author to keep the reader constantly guessing because the reader is trying to go from it through a follow a linear formula as in literature and go from eight obt to discern what happens next in let's say the second or third act given this style of storytelling it's almost impossible that it right at any moment he can say your debt because we could be listening to a ghost a man who's simply moved off the stage of history we don't know that he's going to survive the next chapter i also mentioned that it's a world that is not ours this is the world of the forever about in the subcontinent between what we now say is the sovereign nation of india and the sovereign nation of pakistan but it seems so much more of a struggle a struggle of like like struggle between actors who have some vision of themselves that is extra territorial it's up it's a it's a battle of it it's a battle of actors who who believe they've either been here before or that the the battle will be rejoined and i i le i've i i mourned the loss of the villains they're very good villains do they are i would categorise both bunker thirteen in our cyrus as they're not godlike conflicts as much as they are fires that simply refused to die out the embers continue to smoulder bunker thirteen of course being set at the flashpoint of kashmir which generations have come and gone and indeed have left the subcontinent to to strike up a new families and careers here canada the uk and they look back and kashmir is still smoldering it's still on fire of cyrus well inspires is about the unhappily trifurcation being area in iran iraq syria but it more than that it's simply about the ongoing conflict with isis isis in this country people declare that isis is defeated asking to gyp shen libyan and iraqi and iranian or a syrian or an afghan if they would agree with that first with the kashmir conflict i requires a little bit of prep the subcontinent was a depended stayed in the british empire and in nineteen fortyseven fortyeight the division was made the partition a led to the death of a perhaps a million perhaps to a million people in the stampede and the depredations creating.

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"subcontinent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"subcontinent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Good evening i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show warfighting foreign policy the united states is committed in an a vast landscape battles spaces from africa to the middle east stretching to the subcontinent and we begin tonight in north africa because here to four we've talked about the adventures of the adversaries al qaeda and isis and it looked for some time that the us backed libyan faction that represents not the warlords looks to have lodged itself so that isis ronciere team had disappeared had been had been blasted into oblivion alqaeda controls dora and the eastern part of the state of libya this is a failed state now it's somalia the mediterranean it's a product of the 2011 intervention by the us in its nato allies no follow up no marshall plan no development warlords with alqaeda and the islamic state and the mszp the berbers and the smugglers the human traffickers the drugrunners everything coming in from the site he the african shore in other words a catastrophe however within that has asked v there are metrics that are important to follow and i welcome tom joscelyn and bill roggio of the foundation for the defense of democracy their senior fellows they keep the long war journal so tonight we're starting with tom and then with bill in africa now the middle east we'll get to the middle east eventually but this is fresh information tom a very good evening to you you report airstrikes us airstrikes against the islamic state in libya that's a surprise to me wear in libya what nature of strike and what is this tell us about the islamic state after serote good evening to you john nope toms out there we'll get him back i'll go to bill after that build up i'll go to bill bill bill i hope you're there because we've gone to afghanistan get tom back momentarily bill is reporting afghanistan forest carefully because the trump administration here to four and.

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"subcontinent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"subcontinent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The indian subcontinent which was partitioned into two countries hindumajority india and moslemmajority pakistan the separation violent and incredibly deadly estimates vary but most say over a million people were killed this time of year both pakistan and india celebrate their national days holidays that are deeply into related marking an event that a diminishing number of their citizens can actually recall well npr's the ahead deed and julie mccarthy are in the two countries dna in pakistan and julian india and they've been talking to people about the partition of nineteen forty seven and join us now dea hi hi there and hello julie hello robert tello dea and julie let's start with you take us back to nineteen forty seven and remind us of what was happening in those countries after partition won't partition was this enormous human cyclone really 14 million would move from one country hindus and sikhs from pakistan into india while in the opposite direction the muslims were flowing out of india and into the new islamic state of pakistan and muslims had been agitating for their own state feeling marginalized and and this whole enterprise becomes a runaway train in the months leading up to the actual formal announcement i'm there's killings there's rapes abductions suicides on both sides of the border but the most significant thing in partition is that it literally cars up the india subcontinent and they live with the repercussions of that today now both of you i spoke with people who lived through the partition and dea tell us first about a whom you met right so i met muhammad kureishi hit an eighty three year old man who lives in the hole that muhammad was actually born in india in a city called amristar it was the sikhdominated city and during the violence the partition.

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"subcontinent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"subcontinent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The indian subcontinent which was partitioned into two countries hindumajority india and moslemmajority pakistan the separation was violent and incredibly deadly estimates vary but most say over a million people were killed this time of year both pakistan and india celebrate their national days holidays that are deeply into related marking an event that a diminishing number of their citizens can actually recall well npr npr's the ahead deed and julie mccarthy are in the two who countries dna in pakistan and julian india and they've been talking to people about the partition of nineteen forty seven and join us now dea hi hi there and hello julie hello robert tello dea and julie let's start with you take us back to nineteen forty seven and remind us of what was happening in those countries after partition well partition was this enormous human cyclone relate 14 million would move from one country hindus and sikhs from pakistan into india while in the opposite direction the muslims were flowing out of india and into the new islamic state of pakistan and muslims had been agitating for their own state feeling marginalized and and this whole enterprise becomes a runaway train in the months leading up to the actual formal announcement him there's killings there's rapes abductions suicides on both sides of the border but the most significant thing in purchasing is that it literally cars up the in and subcontinent and they live with the repercussions of that today now both of you spoke with people who lived through the partition india tell us rushed about a whom you'll mak right so i met muhammad kureishi hit an eighty three year old man who lives in the hole that muhammad was actually born in india in a city called ammar stir it was the sikhdominated city and during the violence the partition they felt compelled to flee even though they wanted to stay and.

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"subcontinent" Discussed on Stance

Stance

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"subcontinent" Discussed on Stance

"Oh man that was resolved speaking to stones podcast for a feature in this episode we're focusing on board is now then nothing new and in many ways they used to protect us and create a sense of community however in the post yet trump's protectionist build a wall agenda the ongoing in heartbreaking global refugee crises and some prairie brexit britain's demanding a stop to immigration it's all made booed is one of the most important and contentious while debates at present we spoke to print v harani from albertz with university she looks at the invisible invisible border with the focus on the indian subcontinent crystal started off by asking prets the what was room with the buddha instead of kind of creating a sense of community it starts walling people in and i think that it's really important to recognize that been attempts to keep people out where also keeping ourselves in and that that can unip abed tweet to sense of parochialism rather than having a wideopen specter of towards understanding the world the in your work he studied and researched and look tin to the partition of the indian subcontinent nuts to seventieth anniversary can you tell me a little bit about how that has influenced your undestanding and how you see the world as a child growing up in india the first thing you lawn in history your the idea of the nation or even the idea of india begins on fifteen august nineteen fortyseven in dumps of how the school you know teaches it to you and that's where the nation is born and of course independence is like mired with a very violent partition that i will need come to research much when i was much aldo but the theme of partition is something that runs through then ahmad runs through art franz through poetry runs through literature executor to research it in fact in terms of understanding why is it so important in many reasons because it still believed that partition is an unfinished business unfinished in its very tangible sense in terms of the fact that india and pakistan still a fight over a territory.

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"subcontinent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"subcontinent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Relationship visavis china pakistan and the indian subcontinent it's very important for the united states to have parties to counterbalance china and india and china have long been rivals from the same standpoint for india it's important to have allies to help them strengthen against china we have a sort of a delicate relationship of because we have to play both sides on the indiapakistan rivalry which is there other biggest rivalry and they here we are trying to counterbalance two nuclear powers pakistan is essential to our efforts to project influence in afghanistan but we need to keep the indian government on our side because of these other greater important regional interests and there's also a interesting a big deal going on with the climate pair the paris climate accord india had been kind of one of the more reluctant countries to join that but now they're in the climate accord and trump pulling out is somewhat of a rebuff to the indy the in government for joining that so there has to be kind of a delicate dance on the climate accord to all these delicate dances intentions tensions over trade over our relations with pakistan over nuclear weapons over the climate accord it nonetheless remains important for both countries to be friends and allies in order to um mm shore up against of their rivals the the way it was described on the bloomberg terminal is a brief friendly meeting right tone not much detail not much substance that's about right there are no it's the art of the art of this here's maybe making a few deals baby dino export some defense goods and things to in india but not so much that you may china or pakistan to unhappy and that would actually be the easy and then the rest to try to the act nice talk and then avoid specifics the art of the small deal in pursuit of lomus talked a little bit about the concerns that are motivating the inside of this a little bit off their diplomatic core in their government have expressed some reluctance as far as i'm hearing visavis how the united states.

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