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India-China clash: 20 Indian troops killed in Ladakh fighting

Morning Edition

05:43 min | Last month

India-China clash: 20 Indian troops killed in Ladakh fighting

"Why did Chinese and Indian troops fight in a remote valley along their shared border this happened high up in the Himalayas with thousands of troops from both countries have been stationed for decades at least twenty Indian troops died in the fighting and China won't disclose how many casualties it suffered for some explanation we've got NPR's Emily Feng in Beijing and NPR's India correspondent Lauren Frayer on the line learn this is a very specific part of the world the very remote part of the world what's this place like and what does India say happens there right so no well this is at fourteen thousand feet up in the Himalayas subzero temperatures there's almost no civilian population there and so that we have to rely on the two militaries to tell us what happened and they have different versions of the story both say the other started it we do know it was hand to hand combat with stones and wooden clubs because they have this agreement not to carry guns in that borders on an Indian Army colonel is among the dead India has been building a road in the area that could be used to deploy a future troops more quickly China may see that as a provocation both sides have been pouring in more troops and building more infrastructure there recently and so that's led to some scuffles in recent weeks have also been some high level military talks as recently as last weekend actually to try to defuse tensions but you know the opposite appears to have happened okay so that's from India's perspective Emily you're in Beijing what is China saying about what happened China says it bears no responsibility for what happened and it says it was Indian soldiers who first crossed into this no-man's land that separates the troops stationed in this valley yesterday night China's military put out a statement in which they accused Indian troops of cloak deliberately launching a provocative attack and big knowledge that tensions have been simmering for a while I spoke to retired colonel and and China's army his name is you have gone about why he thinks this clash happened here sure I'm not sure sure sure gallantry you know it's also one of them he said it was inevitable given tensions that people were going to die in a border clash between India and China and he put the blame on Indian prime minister Modi's who as a leader he said taking a more aggressive expansionary approach colonel yeah believes like many people in China that India provoked this clash so they could score points with more nationalistic voters in India and as Lawrence of we don't have that many details about what actually happened unlike India China's been very real to to share any information I asked the foreign ministry today white they can't give us casualty numbers and they said verbatim they didn't need to why is this so sensitive in China most likely it's because Chinese soldiers were killed in the clash and that's an embarrassing and very rare occurrence China's military last night admitted that there were casualties in general stemming from this clash but they didn't say which side in which they occurred China also says they're not releasing casualty numbers because they don't want to infuriate their own citizens and much of the escalate learn I want to ask you about what is at stake for India here because we're talking about the world's two most populous countries and both of them have nuclear weapons it is worried about its own territorial integrity I mean it doesn't want to lose land on this border to China China has been pretty aggressive in India's backyard of China is a close friend an investor in Pakistan which is India's arch rival next door China's building ports and infrastructure in places nearby like Sri Lanka Nepal across Southeast Asia and even farther afield India is the world's largest democracy Washington sees it as a buffer to China's influence in the region and if India suffers a stinging defeat at the hands of the Chinese military really challenges that idea so what is the Indian government saying so prime minister narendramodi had a coronavirus meeting today and at the start he observed a moment of silence for the slain soldiers he also made his first public comments about this clash hi from the doctor he said India wants peace but that if provoked India is capable of giving a fitting reply and he said India would never compromise its integrity and sovereignty so that sounds pretty tough but it may be aimed more at his domestic audience actually because here's what it sounds like when you turn on the TV in India today he was DVS China devious China has broken the peace after forty five years the consequences our great so that's a TV news anchor sounding pretty angry there's a hashtag trending today trying to get out so there's a lot of emotion in India right now the Indian Army however has been very measured urging commented actually noted that it was the cold that killed the majority of these troops that were wounded in battle but then they succumbed to subzero temperatures is what the army said to technically not killed by this Chinese soldiers the army made that distinction and so seems to be trying to de escalate here okay so in India at least at the government level and attempt to de escalate Emily what is China's government saying what are they telegraphing China is trying to de escalate as fast as possible first of all the average Chinese person is not paying attention to this clash it simply is not a story in China there's been no coverage in state media beyond this military statement and second China's foreign ministry said today that Beijing is maintaining close communications with India and that they both agree dialogue as the way

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"indian army" Discussed on AP News

AP News

14:17 min | Last month

"indian army" Discussed on AP News

"The confrontation between Indian and Chinese troops along the nation's disputed Himalayan border has left at least 3 Indian soldiers dead in a region where thousands of soldiers have been facing off for over a month the Indian Army says the clash during which the side did not fire any shots is the first deadly confrontation between the 2 Asian giants since 1975 he says abonnent standoff took place in the Ladakh region on Monday night with casualties on both sides and that senior military anon meeting to defuse the situation the loss of lives on the engine side includes an officer and 2 senior military officials China for its part has accused Indian forces along the border of carrying out provocative attacks on its troops leading to what it calls serious physical conflicts I'm Charles the last month

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India says 3 soldiers killed in standoff with Chinese troops

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

India says 3 soldiers killed in standoff with Chinese troops

"The confrontation between Indian and Chinese troops along the nation's disputed Himalayan border has left at least three Indian soldiers dead in a region where thousands of soldiers have been facing off for over a month the Indian Army says the clash during which the side did not fire any shots is the first deadly confrontation between the two Asian giants since nineteen seventy five he says abonnent standoff took place in the Ladakh region on Monday night with casualties on both sides and that senior military anon meeting to defuse the situation the loss of lives on the engine side includes an officer and two senior military officials China for its part has accused Indian forces along the border of carrying out provocative attacks on its troops leading to what it calls serious physical conflicts I'm Charles the last month

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India says 3 soldiers killed in standoff with Chinese troops

KYW 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | Last month

India says 3 soldiers killed in standoff with Chinese troops

"While India says at least three of its soldiers were killed in a confrontation with Chinese soldiers along their disputed border high in the Himalayas where thousands of troops on both sides have been facing off for over a month is the first deadly confrontation between the two Asian giants since nineteen seventy five the Indian Army set of violent face off took place with casualties on both sides the statement didn't specify the number of any Chinese casualties China officials becuz Indian forces along the border of carrying out provocative attacks on its troops the territory in the Himalayas has long been disputed erupting into numerous minor conflicts in diplomatic spats since a bloody war between those countries back in nineteen sixty

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Chinese and Indian Troops Are Scuffling, Again

BBC Newshour

00:50 sec | Last month

Chinese and Indian Troops Are Scuffling, Again

"There's been a serious escalation of tension between Chinese and Indian troops along their disputed border the Indian Army says three of its soldiers have been killed during a a clash clash in in the the Ladakh Ladakh region region from from Delhi Delhi his his everyday everyday in in the the country country for for the the first first time time in in decades decades India India Cena Cena combat combat casualty casualty along along its its shared shared border border with with China China parts of which are disputed territory the Indian Army says no shots were fired New Delhi and Beijing have both confirmed there were casualties on the Chinese side but there's no confirmation on numbers yet for a month now Indian and Chinese troops have been involved in a tense standoff in Ladakh a mountainous region in the Indian Himalayas close to Tibet in a statement the Chinese foreign ministry warned India to not stir up trouble senior military officials from both sides are currently meeting to try to calm the situation

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Indian army: 3 Indian soldiers killed in standoff with Chinese troops along disputed frontier, casualties on both sides

Morning Edition

00:28 sec | Last month

Indian army: 3 Indian soldiers killed in standoff with Chinese troops along disputed frontier, casualties on both sides

"India's army says three of its troops have been killed in a confrontation with Chinese forces present P. R.'s Lauren Frayer the Indian Army says it was a violent standoff and that there are casualties on both sides tensions have been high in recent weeks with scuffles between Indian and Chinese troops but this is the first deadly incident there in decades the India China border is the world's longest unmarked frontier stretching about twenty five hundred

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Indian army: 3 Indian soldiers killed in standoff with Chinese troops along disputed frontier, casualties on both sides

Morning Edition

00:37 sec | Last month

Indian army: 3 Indian soldiers killed in standoff with Chinese troops along disputed frontier, casualties on both sides

"India's army says three of its troops have been killed in a confrontation with Chinese forces and Chinese military forces also suffered casualties NPR's Lauren Frayer reports this happened on the country's shared border high in the Himalayas the Indian Army says it was a violent standoff and that there are casualties on both sides tensions have been high in recent weeks with scuffles between Indian and Chinese troops but this is the first deadly incident there in decades the India China border is the world's longest on marked frontier stretching about twenty five hundred

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"indian army" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 7 months ago

"indian army" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Push me fusion insurgency led by the separatist organization JKL it or the German fish me liberation front India to use its neighbor Bacchus none of encouraging the movement in the Muslim dominated state on the Indian Army was deployed to go violent protests which made the situation worse yes miss several people they believed dead and hundreds injured off to Indian security forces opened fire on Muslim demonstrators in the capital street nada the crowd were demanding independence for cash mail all its union with neighboring Pakistan the incident follows months of escalating violence forty people have died in the last three days India and Pakistan have fought two wars over the territory it's a legacy of the decision to split the subcontinent into Muslim Pakistan and Hindu India as independents Democrats miss straddles the border between the two breakaway militants say there should be a referendum to decide the stakes but as the Muslim militants resisted India they also turned against the minorities in the community that cliff they're known as pundits the separatists believe that the him the community was pro India their full against them only the government's attempt to normalize the situation the cries of the Muslim militants have created an atmosphere in which Hinduism Cashman have come to feel threatened the results is being that since January over a hundred and twenty thousand Hindus have fled for centuries Muslims have coexisted with pundits who would largely an intellectual community of teachers doctors and engineers but the beginnings of an armed insurgency sent the pundits fleeing for their lives I love.

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Kashmiris allege torture in army crackdown

BBC World Service

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Kashmiris allege torture in army crackdown

"A number of villagers in the southern districts of the Kashmir valley Havelange that they've been tortured by Indian security forces the accusations come fall during a clampdown after daily strip the region off its autonomy the BBC was not able to verify the allegations which the Indian Army as cold baseless and unsubstantiated

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Pakistan says Indian firing has killed 6 in disputed Kashmir

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Pakistan says Indian firing has killed 6 in disputed Kashmir

"And indian troops have been exchanging fire across the disputed line of control in kashmir pakistan has reported that six people have been killed but an indian army me spokesperson refuted this saying there have been no casualties. It's the latest in the escalation of tensions that followed india's revocation of kashmir special status last week week

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India, Kashmir And Indian Army discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

India, Kashmir And Indian Army discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

"And in India the government is wrapping up a security crackdown in Kashmir the disputed region special status has been revoked prominent political leaders that have been placed under house arrest and the Indian Army has deployed thousands of extra troops India says it's responding to ceasefire violations an infiltration

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Indian Army, Makalu Barun National Park And India discussed on Sports To The Max with Mike Max

Sports To The Max with Mike Max

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Indian Army, Makalu Barun National Park And India discussed on Sports To The Max with Mike Max

"In a tweet that has sparked this belief and plenty of social media jabs the Indian army and a team of mountaineers say they have spotted mysterious footprints of the mythical beast yeti, I don't got to India because that would really be one of cousins. Relative. Yeah. I don't think he has these us. So anyway, the army said the footprints measuring thirty five by fifteen inches were spotted on April ninth near the base camp of Makalu on the border of Nepal and Tibet the world's fifth highest peak the elusive smut snowman has only been cited at the Makalu Barun national park in the past listing. News. The names the army tweeted along with the photo of soldiers a few images of what appear to be the large footprints. So he's real he's out there, and he's got a cousin northeast,

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Indian army tweets photos of "Yeti footprint"

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Indian army tweets photos of "Yeti footprint"

"This time the military in India claims to a found the abominable snowman this is the mythical Himalayan monster known as the yeti and today, the official verified Twitter account of the Indian army's director of public information tweeted a picture of snow tracks that it claims were from the animal they say the photo was taken on April ninth in an isolated mountainous area between Nepal and Tibet. Most folks on social media did not take seriously so far no further comment from Indian

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"indian army" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"indian army" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Eating bananas in an attempt to ridicule that that decision was also a banana eating protests planned in front of the Newseum next week. We'll let you know how this turns out. Scientists say the atmosphere may completely collapse and freeze by two thousand thirty twenty thirty just eleven years from now. Fortunately, they're talking about the atmosphere of Pluto, which wasn't so great to begin with it takes about two hundred forty eight years for Pluto to orbit the sun when it gets far enough out from Masan, the no. Nitrogen in its atmosphere. Freezes out net result poodle may look brighter in the sky because of all the nitrogen frost on the surface reflecting more. Sunlight. Good news from India. The army has found the yeti in the army's additional director general of public information Frank squeezing that onto a business card has tweeted out a picture of yeti tracks in the snow and the Indian army has sent an eighteen man unit to follow those tracks up not McCullough yeti in case. You haven't been keeping up as what we call the abominable snowman around here in the west. Scientists are a little skeptical about the system of the yeti those who have examined supposed yeti DNA have determined that. It's probably some kind of a bear. Damp this morning with low clouds and a few patches of fog, then clouds, some sunny breaks for the rest of the day. I sixty five fifty degrees now damp with low clouds, and we're going up to sixty five wins news time eight nineteen every morning. The McDonald's kitchen is a symphony. A healthy mcmuffin symphony. Two. Well, other grab and go breakfast sandwiches that kind of one note. It's time to wake up breakfast. Wake up your breakfast with fresh cracked iguana, every mcmuffin sandwich every day at McDonald's. Mother's day sneaks up and we hit the panic button. Then we get suckered into some online flower giant advertising nine hundred ninety nine flowers. They did up costing sixty bucks for nothing special. Yeah. Well, not today. Not for the mom who didn't go all w t f when you cut your own hair under great picture day. That was mom for the win. That's why mother's.

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"indian army" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"indian army" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"I was thinking my god i'm going to be in the middle of of a regional nuclear war it was very serious and what actually stopped the indian army was going to make a huge panzer strike and cut the sin province in half and go conventional but there was word coming out that it looked like facts danny's had bomb racks on their jets that were large enough to contain rudimentary missile bomb style hiroshima style bombs and so because was and the people in the press in india were saying is it a bluff or is it real the only way they're going to find out is to go across the rajasthani desert into the send and they didn't so that's that was the moment where both sides where india blinked and because they couldn't be sure that the pakistanis had and what we stand he's pullback though well they there were pictures they were getting of of the bomb racks on pakistani jets being changed to the kind that would carry you know early style twenty thousand ton tnt hiroshimastyle bombs so so it was like okay are they is it a reuss or do they really have the ability to to load up their jets to strike our cities and they said it's better we better not go because maybe they have that maybe have that ability and so that i've often written about india india pakistan situation is it almost went again after nine one one when there was a tie attack on the look sobbed the the parliament by kashmiri terrorists coming over from the kashmiri the pakistanis.

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"indian army" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"indian army" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"A after he left for work in pool water in southern kashmir where a new wave of protests against indian rule has erupted following the indian army's 2016 killing of a young separatist leader in its chargesheet the n a said had said that it is the quote moral duty of a journalist to cover all activities good or bad in his jurisdiction the noaa contended yousef was thus not a real journalist as he had never covered any developmental activity of the government including a rations of hospitals school buildings roads and bridges justifying his arrest before the court the anti told judges uses mobile number was persistently located at places where counterterrorist operations were in progress the nasdaq's yousef of allegedly being involved in stone pelting incidents beside organizing groups of us who would throw stones at security personnel involved in counterinsurgency operations but the court in a ruling on tuesday said the n i a quote has not placed on record a single photo or video showing that the choosed was indulging in stone pelting activities at any site unquote the ruling said that cameron's work as a photo journalist makes his presence at sites of stonethrowing intrinsic to his work human rights groups have previously condemned the use of arrest amna misty international branded.

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"indian army" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"indian army" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Who that says you know you can't live well and although most sunny as you'll see if you go down to the gods in on the ganges in hardware you'll see them going around and generally speaking they've taken valve poverty they live off alms and this fellow has taken another path he's not begging no he's he's says to you know that this is part of his mission as as a yogi that he wants the people of india to be healthier to be spiritually well and he sees the company as a vehicle for doing that at the same time some of his products have been called into question there's a lot of uncertainties lack of transparency when it comes to this individual and has company and they've had incidents in his past the someone who wrote a biography of him as much as they were nothing nothing that was where he's actually being found to have been involved but there is being an disappearance of one of his former spiritual advisers there was an early business partner who murdered and that's that's created some controversy around him in india although again there's never been any evidence actually linking him to this right that's correct and so his as for the products themselves it's true the in two thousand fifteen i believe it was nestle how to recall on its popular instant noodles product panjali quickly came out with its own instant noodles i believe it's india's food safety the regulator said that it had ash content that was higher than the allowable levels and people didn't really seem to care it's dole continue to sell pretty well but there have been other areas the indian army stopped giving soldiers putting jolly juices they've they've they've they've they've run into issues around that but it doesn't seem to stop him nor his lack confidence jeremy thank you so much for being.

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"indian army" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"indian army" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Realised not only did they not get them that the men who kidnapped me got away with it but they were unable to get them they did not know where to look now i went back into tribal leaders i know made it possible for me to meet with the leader of the most violent effective terrorist organization in the world today they're holding hostages i have an opportunity would start 1973 and as an adventure has become more than an obsession it's become my field and i know it well we are in the middle of it and i have a role to play i'm older and i'm deeply grateful for the opportunity and the purpose it's given me and what i can do to help others in redeem myself for the trouble i caused in getting kidnapped and to you in that way help a great many people who families certainly want these people released so that's your role now as a gobetween with the most dangerous terrorist network in the world yes at one point you're saying cross from this is abraham economy and he's this is the head of the high connie network is there to me the deadliest terrorist network in the world zachary and you asked the question that all of us want to ask why in god's name do you organize suicide bombings the kill hundreds of innocent people i said in the 1980s this didn't exist is no such thing as a suicide bomber never took young boys and turn them into suicide bombers it would is against tribal law it's against uh the dignity and the honor of pashtoons to kill or harm in any way women are children in war how can you do this me became very defensive and he began to explain how pakistan uh a small nation against mighty india had to hold off the uh i had to hold off the indian army as it invaded and he talked about an incident where a number of pakistani soldiers i don't know if it's true or not uh gave themselves up willingly with small weapons against the invading indians as suicide bombers and what an honour.

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"indian army" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"indian army" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sinn pakistan say three soldiers were killed in crossfire with the indian army the incident took place along the border in the disputed kashmir region npr's dea had deed reports from islamabad the pakistani military accused india of starting the shooting in the border area known as the line of control but the two countries routinely accuse each other of initiating fire the associated press reported that the crossfire sent civilians fleeing and it heightened tensions at a time when india and pakistan had made some efforts to sued them the incident occurred monday just hours after the family of an imprisoned indian naval officer was allowed to visit him in islamabad the naval officer is accused of espionage and sabotage he faces the death penalty in pakistan so this visit by the offices wife and mother was touted as a goodwill gesture you had aid npr news islamabad of fire broke out yesterday on the thirty five th floor of an apartment building in midtown manhattan authorities say a seventy nine year old man died and two firefighters were injured deputy assistant chief joe was niklas says firefighters had to climb ten flights of stairs to reach the scene say energy from poses a heavy and they have a lot of equipment with the abassid via the cause of the blazes under investigation this is npr news from washington and this is wnyc from new york i'm richard hake good morning it is 604 five degrees fair skies right now in new york city sunrises at seven eighteen expect a partly sunny cold day today with a high near thirty degrees it'll feel colder with a win show a woman recently pardon by governor chris christie for bringing her gun from pennsylvania into new jersey is advocating for a federal gun carry law shining alan spent forty days in jail after she was arrested for having a handgun in her car when police bolder over on a new jersey highway she says she hopes she'll be invited to stand next to president trump when he signs a bill that will allow gun owners to carry their concealed weapons the bill was signed last month by the republicancontrolled congress and was a top priority of the nra but christie says he opposes the bill because it should be left up to states to decide how they want to.

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"indian army" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"indian army" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Monetize i i i think you're right i think there's a lot of truth in uh but i'd like to remind you and your listeners of uh at fox is in big is going back a hundred g uh uh uh practicing a d middlesex hospital um uh john resigned big james james as i am i don't think james is i l was a surgeon with the indian army uh in calcutta um and he used hypnosis he used the b over john um ms mary technique from friends going back to nervous and watch james's bell would do who is in june a new uh uh trump into his pace probably the heavy today before they came to hit the surgery and he could dump it more than three hundred uh surgical procedure on pace tunes without pain and this is before ethics were even he's been is okay uh not the dogs uh in uh the middlesex hospital who is actually on the uh two printed of the royal society of medicine in london um john elliott because his i am he he did the same thing of the as the uh build sex hospital at least guys of publish their work on how they used telly in keep those who for uh uh painfree so chery now this is more than one hundred years ago the oskoui this question why these techniques no used today because it's ba you can build better ferreira anaesthetic in and different dumb uh medicines that that they can treat it with i think unfortunately that is the big pharma way of controlling it oh yeah yeah he flung possible puffy term when your called on site dr palmer we have to take a break we'll come back we'll continue our conversation and if you have questions in thoughts will let take your calls in the next couple of hours will do that right here on coast to coast am those things my god the nameless and i know the had gotten in there thing with fox news updates every half hour i'm the best taco's in a basement these is choline ladies newtalk dot com because you deserve the truth.

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"indian army" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"indian army" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"That is not so bizarre you know it's funny because a lot of medical advancements have been made pushing against this glass ceiling and you know even something as as benign as if we're talking about things like uh ulcers they believe that you know the stomach line was being eaten up ice the gases in that it was caused by this that and the other and stress when actually a doctor kept coming ford saying hey this is i believe this is a bacterial infection that can be treated with antibiotics and he was laughed out of the medical industry because of that and lo and behold years later would we find out ulcers are truly of bacterial infection that can be treated with antibiotics i think there they is it because again playing into the conspiracy angle of this in the fact that there is uh big money in big pharma in and you can't treat this kind of phenomenon out with a medicine that can be charged is that why they're turning a blind eye to this it's not something that can be monetize i i i think you're right i think there's the love of truth who matt uh but i'd like to remind you and your listeners of uh a job in made them going back a hundred g right and uh uh sergio uh practicing a the middlesex uh uh talk guy big james james is i am all right doctor james is the who was the surge with the indian army uh in calcutta uh and he used hypnosis he used the old uh uh ms mary hackney from friends of going back to earth and what james bell would do who in juicing a new uh a hypnotic trung into he's probably the heading lay people they came to hit the surgery and he conducted it more than three hundred a surgical procedure on patients without hein a new before were even he's been a guy uh not the doctor in uh the middlesex hospital who's actually on the uh this president of the roses heart give at his london uh drawn india i'm aides as saying the at the at the uh who takes hospital on these kinds of.

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"indian army" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"indian army" Discussed on WLAC

"Ground but what did they do not play i could not agree more i don't know how often you listen to our show dan 'cause i've probably told a story may be three to five times over the last 10 years but frequent look it do you remember the movie hotel rwanda i watched the ah my brotherinlaw my wife's sister's husband was he's he's fifth in line in the indian army now he was a captain at the time and he received the very prestigious international posting to be sent as as a member of the of the indian army to mozambique and then to rwanda he was actually one of the whole one of the blue helmet uh uh officers in front of hotel rwanda win all of that happened when he told me all that happened i thought well that's awful but i guess that's just what happens in and they make the movie about it and it was exactly as he had described in he told me that in his career he has never seen such awful devastation as walking up on pits where they would dig these massive holes and they would just dragged bodies and throw him in there and it would be foolish michael it was like looking into the holocaust what was happening in kigali the capital at the time he was based in now kenya in it will he was based in what was the town in kenya oh it'll come to me and just a moment but anyway we used to sending these big boxes of supplies in in he would send us back these long letters about the things he was witnessing and they would be held up.

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"indian army" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"indian army" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The the temple complex which is the guru's sect headquarters so as you might be able to hit his army vehicles growing fruit is affectively a show of strength by the indian army cut of expressing their advertising that present to the estimated fifteen thousand of his devoted who remain inside that temple complex that if you like that is now the flashpoint the potential flashpoint that the indian authorities concerned about so this is much of locals as people from all over the country who come to his sumter the his his supporters concentrated here in a hurry onto the northern both indian state of harry oughta a neighboring punjab but he claims to have a following across in india and indeed worldwide quite how worldwide his his his popularity is is another question he claims to have sixty million follows around the world now i think that'll value that probably is a is quite a significant exaggeration what is clearly true though is that he does have hundreds of thousands if not millions of supporters here in india walk was his reaction in the cold when he got turn news well we understand that he may by a modest flash court i've been inserso so not in the not in the town whether kohl was i was not in the court to to see see the proceedings right for the us would not have the sort of was caught contriuted gold as well but sir sir what merck's for me he's could try join the case absolutely but he will you did way even a gesture towards the cameras but yeah i think he sees the in a kind of obvious reasons is these paid he has made his normal flamboyant selves during the court proceedings that's certainly true row and then india if you get turn years harmony do serve we'll you'd expect to serve i think you serve a bull you what his sentence for ten years unaware often his parole you would expect him to serve at least seven years of a 10year sentence my colleague has done just that killer the suggest that that's the that's the case so yeah he would expect to serve a significant custodial sentence for this and obviously that's a huge threat to the running of this huge kind of industry that he's built up around him.

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"indian army" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"indian army" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This guru the holy man from congregating in this one particular town because the court had been warning them what security measures have even taking there are also very critical of the government and why the government was not efficient and despite having thousands of security forces security personnel at their disposal why did this happen because people were saudis these television pictures softener violence being burnt people ransacking you know the public places shocked no the entire nation now what is the security situation at the moment tension is still high in these two towns one is the punch glud town buyer yesterday there was plenty while it's also the headquarters of this sect in setzer town this is a very sprawling complex rather they have like hotels hospitals and lots of buildings love it is estimated that more than forty thousand people live inside this complex or the indian army it's very rare for indian army to be deployed in a situation like this they have surrounded this entire plays they want to keep these followers inside so that no further violence happened sunday have been holding negotiations with the followers there so that nothing untoward happens when the sentencing happens on monday now go meet rahm rahim saying clearly has plenty follow followers he claims sixty million doesn't around the world at there are other goris in india two on they were they say popular india is a country of fudo holy men on people always look up to these holy man for spiritual advisers some sort of soule's and many people feel they have been let down by the state itself when you don't have proper roads hospitals when these gurus they come up and they start their own ostrom all of their own sect and they build hospitals and they try to accommodate those who were left out of the mainstream religions like hindusm more sikhism.

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"indian army" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"indian army" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We are in a in a in a terrifying situation right now i mean there there are or obviously the ministry about both happiness as well as the god of small things both do have cost at the center the story part of what i really appreciate about your work is said you will name names and you'll to show us the corporations that are behind atrocities in society and you'll show us we know the the greedy people who are are pressing and destroying so many of the people who have nothing i have always admired your work with the indigenous people and against the mining and the damming rivers and wiping out of of neighborhoods and societies and cultures it's it's become so it's become so complicated now on the way we were just talking backstage about how for example i mean the other day somebody asked me a question she said she was working on postcolonial and there said i assure colonialism his post because now i'm not so sure about that and in country a country like india we where it is trying to step onto the global stage as a global economic superpower whereas if did not have and has not had the colonies that other countries had while they were industrializing or sleeves like this country had so it sort of colonizing itself and right now i mean there has been a day since ninety forty seven when india became independent that the indian army has not been deployed against quote unquote its own people you know not a day but now the back of losing in the one of the by this in this insane central india in the forested areas where most most people by indigenous people and.

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"indian army" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"indian army" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And right now i mean they hasn't been a day since ninety forty seven when india became independent that the indian army has not been deployed against quote unquote its own people who you know not a day but now the battle losing in the i mean one of the back this in this in central india in the forested areas where most most people by indigenous people and it has been signed over to is an old story of course signed over to mining corporations and infrastructure company and the forest is flooded with tara militry burning raping vigilante groups have been created and they want to drive the population out to hand over to the mining companies and yet these mining companies many of them will be the main sponsors of film festivals literally festivals and you know the writers will be flying in and speaking about free speech violated the forest this is going really if you were not you know reminding everybody how this works people would be blissfully ignorant now mainly in india there's a lot of people who who are very aware of this you know so and and there's a lot of anger about it and about how we all works not not just them you know but the whole system of how these big generous foundations and ngos and how the whole thing works to defuse the rage you know you're listening to arundhati roy in conversation with alice walker this city arts lectures well you know when i came to visit you in your mom and india i was so impressed and the anicet an incredible country but i have to say i felt so discouraged first to know that india politically has sided with the united states israel and other countries that are doing incredible harm before the before in the nuclear situation excuse me because i mean basically redden when the god of small things was publishing ninety seven and i won the booker prize and i was kind of on all the colors of magazines and just then the government changed became a rightwing nationalist government than did the nuclear tests and i was in police where i didn't have the luxury of of.

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"indian army" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"indian army" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A in a in a terrifying situation right now i mean did there are all these see the ministry about both happiness as well as the goddess maltings both do have cost at the center the story part of what i really appreciate about your work is that you will name names annual to show us the corporations that are behind atrocities in society and you will show us you know the the greedy people who are are pressing and destroying so many of the people who have nothing i have always admired your work with the indigenous people and against the mining and the damming rivers and wiping out of of neighborhoods societies and cultures it's it's become so it's become so complicated now you on the way we were just talking backstage about how for example i mean the other day somebody asked me a question she said she was working on postcolonial someday i said i assure colonialism his post because no i'm not so sure about that and in country a country like india we where it is trying to step onto the global stage as a global economic superpower whereas it did not have and has not had the colonies that other countries had while they were industrializing all sleeves like this country had so it sort of colonizing itself and right now i mean they hasn't been a day since ninety forty seven when india became independent that the indian army has not been deployed against quote unquote its own people you know not a day but now the battle losing in the one of the batters this in this in central india in the forested areas where most most people by indigenous people and.

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"indian army" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"indian army" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Human rights activists in india are investigating more than one thousand five hundred alleged unlawful killings on behalf of the country's supreme court last year the court took the unprecedented step of impairing civilian investigators in the northeastern state of manipur where the indian army and police have been fighting an insurgency for four decades later this month the judges are expected to order a full investigation based on the activists findings which could lead to prosecutions as the bbc send join the gender reports it was one particular killing in two thousand nine the brought things to a head police in suspect of militant street gunfire on a busy street i shuckers grief look other a pregnant woman a shot at least a mondo he rigid thing is one of the first offices at the scene tonight on the morning took on we all did the market to be null delegate from itunes i i'm wayne only with a three boys were detained michalik identified one of them and said hey this is the one who shot at me money mynatt thoughtour i took the boy ncita pharmacy to china will patel one i i and i got an order from my bus to kill him at adored him repeatedly so it is a public pace and it is not right up but he said that he had spoken to his superiors he told me to do it i did it delaware 23yearold chunk of sun jit was shot six times at close range.

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