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"indian government" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:15 min | 2 weeks ago

"indian government" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The Indian government, questionable content and that really made them wake up and realize that hey, we actually to tailor our policies not just have a blunt force strategy by allowing Mohr political content. The social network is getting pushback from some countries, and critics say it's losing some of the more fun aspects. Content moderators have told us that they're part of their job is to scan the news. And see what might be politically sensitive on DH make decisions based on that, because at the end of the day, they want to keep it light and fun. But unfortunately they've gotten so popular that you know has been used as A platform to talk about political topics. When it comes to the United States. It's the data that the APP collects. That is concerning not only to the federal government but to companies like Wells Fargo, which recently directed employees to delete Tic Tac from any corporate mobile device because they are so pop there. They've been downloaded more than two billion Times around the world now that they have this huge trove of user data, including a lot of data from American users, and the worry is that that Because they're ultimately Chinese company that the Chinese government to compel my dance to hand over that user data if you know if the Chinese government says so, however, That's something that against it has never been asked by the Chinese government to hand over user data, they would not do so if they were asked. Well, Tic Tac recently hired an American CEO and now senior executives. They're discussing options like creating a new management board or moving the headquarters out of China. Maybe to Singapore to try Tio further sever that tie to the Chinese government that people perceive tic tac Twitter Facebook. All of them that I don't think they were what were first envisioned by the founders. When those things were released, that's for sure. And not any more traffic and weather together. Brian Nobles kicks it all off here. This reporter's driving by El Grosso Honda. Not much of a problem on our freeways all around Sacramento. All morning long, 80 from Roseville. Still nine minutes to the Cap City. Split Cap City Still nine minutes either way between the split on highway 50. You make it informal grove on five or 99 13 minutes. Nothing to slow you down on 50 from Folsom, an 18 minute drive from within on I five..

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India, TikTok, and the U.S.

Exponent

05:45 min | 3 weeks ago

India, TikTok, and the U.S.

"I James Ben how I. I'm well. Don't want to say how well because. I took over with this week and posted some photos on my instagram stories and got a few response for folks saying that. I was rubbing it in their face I was able to sort of move freely around the country, and they were not able to do so so I stay on the download. It plays into your perpetual guilt because those awesome. Followed out with like an apology about how you'd want to read it, in which I enjoyed both I must confess a. Of. Couple were just joking about the photos, so I put the little bit I apologize for. People advocate that would so everyone wants mid Western guilt absolutely, so we were talking off line and you. Shifted a bit too a little less frequent, but maybe a little more sort of exploratory. You know there's so much that's been happening in the world, but topic has been top of mind for us. Obviously has been China and I know we were talking about Tiktok. That's been in the news this week, but one of the reasons been the news is what's been happening with China India and then we're kind of thought well, actually, there's lots of interesting in India sort of itself, and I thought it might be useful to sort of take. Take a step back today and not talk about whatever I wrote about this week was sort of picture. What's going on with these countries with these social networks? And how if that should sort of impact with the US should do, and I think just to sort of caveat upfront. They were both coming at this with a fair bit of uncertainty, both because we're talking about other countries that we are not citizens ought not part of those cultures, etc, but also it's not totally clear. What's the right thing to do either? Yeah, no I agree. I like this like I m most curious about. The News emerged about Tiktok what to do about it in the United States but I definitely feel this a story where the beginning Israeli mountainous region between China and India yeah, I mean there's been this conflict that is frankly gone for a very very long time between China and India and the disputed line of Control up in the mountains in the Himalayas and And you know there's been occasional flare ups over the decades by starting in May. There was sort of a new one where you know again. It's all sort of fuzzy fuzzy, not just because you know, there's no outside reporters up there and also you know both sides are not really talking about it that much, at least they weren't particularly back in May but. But. Also it's an area of the world. Where like the train is like shifting constantly right? There's earthquakes mudslides. There's avalanches and so when you talk about a unclear border, that border is unclear noxious, because it's never been sell diplomatically, because like the earth is like actually changing under your feet right and probably contributed to the flash point. It sounds like that was. Was a hell of a Malay- up at a whole bunch of Chinese and Indian troops just got into it, and it was not weapons. It sounded like it was hand to hand. Combat and I don't know that the Chinese casualties if that were any were reported, but I think I remember reading the twenty Indian soldiers that were killed as a result of this. Obviously nationalist fervor on both sides of that border, because this is disputed border because these flare ups have happened one of the very wise things that both sides have done is agreed a long time ago. That are soldiers there, but they're not armed. So that's why. When there was a dispute, it ended up being like a fistfight and rocks and shoving and those deaths as I think is understand it. We're actually people over quiz, which is a pretty crappy way to die is to say the least you obviously with weapons. It could have been much worse, but it's sort of that sort of weirdness of. Of the situation I think in this case it was China, sort of pushing in building on their side and pushing into the disputed area, and that India sort of responding to that, but again we're dealing it something. That's very fuzzy, but I think that magnified particularly sort of the nationalistic response on the Indian side one of the things this by far the most interesting in regards to the Indian government's response that just decided to do something that I naturally thought was just not a weapon. You could really reach full but I reached anyway, and that was to ban. All of the social media applications from. From China that were built by Chinese companies in that were made available in India and again kinda surprising. It's also one of those things where wow somebody just did that. And you realize that's now a weapon in people's hospitals. The irony of that is India will fall from the first country to do it as actually a trick that another country poke quite some time ago. Well, let's hold off the to get into that because I think the India market is actually really interesting for a few different reasons I mean you start sort of big picture? China has their own internet giants that have penetrated the majority. Majority of the company. The US has their Internet giants that penetrating WHO's part of the country, and both are looking for growth, and so you look for growth, and the area is sort of Southeast Asia in India are probably the two sort of next sort of markets that the focused on and the India point is particularly interesting. You remember a few years ago. Where facebook wanted to go into with facebook basics and the idea was. There's a lot of people that are in poverty in India and we're going to bring them Internet for the first time and was a huge sort of like grew haw. For for lack of a better term between facebook, and the Indian government and sort of people that were say that facebook was seeking to sort of like colonize the Internet. I think was how it was framed. Obviously, that's a very loaded sort of way to put it in India. Marc Andreessen wave waded into it and did not acquit himself. Well. We'll. And ultimately in the end, physically basics was ruled to be illegal

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TikTok Tackles India App Ban, Vowing It's No Tool for Beijing

Marketplace

03:19 min | Last month

TikTok Tackles India App Ban, Vowing It's No Tool for Beijing

"Tensions have spiked between the world's two most populous nations. That would be China and India. The two countries share a border that extends for more than 2000 miles, and it was along that border that violence broke out. Last month, 20 Indian troops were killed. Now India has banned dozens of Chinese APS, including the social video APP. TIC tac. India has been tic Tac's biggest foreign market. NPR's Lauren Frayer has been talking with some of the Indians obsessed with it. When the Corona virus hit India, Sumit Jane was forced to shut the clothing shop he runs in his hometown in western India. Under lock down. He was bored and worried. Looking long thought intelligent. That damned ignominy. Tic tac is how I stayed. Sane says I posted videos every day, Good Tic Tac clip Jane lip synchs lyrics about the Corona virus. To the tune of a popular Bollywood song. Jane is a skinny 28 year old with a curly mop of hair, gold earrings and nearly four million followers on Tic Tac social video APP has made him famous. He starred in a music video and even got offers to be on TV that Ah, licking a musical gave a small town in hands like me used to have to move to the big city to get noticed, he says. Tic Tac lets us do that from home. Up to 1/3 of TIC Tac users are believed to be in India. They're the biggest group outside China. Some Indians have even monetized it selling English lessons on tick talk, for example. But this week, the Indian government banned Tic Tac, along with 58 other Chinese made APS amid tensions with Beijing. We the people of India, standing behind the government have the ability to hit China where it hurts. India's nationalist TV anchors applauded the move. Many Indians are outraged over China's killing last month of Indian troops. Some are calling for a boycott of all Chinese goods. The government is trying to tap into the national sentiment in sweeping India right now. Akil Berry with the think tank Eurasia Group, says the Indian government is concerned about data privacy on Chinese APS. It also wants Indians to develop Indian APS rather than using Chinese ones. But India's own tech start ups get a lot of Chinese investment, Barry says. When you take a look at India's unicorns startups that a valued at over $1 billion about 18 off the 30 of them have Chinese investment. So if Beijing retaliates and pulls Chinese investment That could hurt India even more, he says. Tic Tac says it's following Indian privacy laws and is asking the Indian government to reconsider. Meanwhile, in a small town in northern India, housewife Anita Meena has been posting videos to tic tac of herself doing folk dances and have gone viral. She gets recognized when she goes to her local market, she says. Tick. Tuck is banned. Mina says she'll focus on YouTube Instead, it's unclear how many of India's roughly 200 million TIC tac users will do the same if Lauren Frayer NPR

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Understanding the border dispute between India and China

Between The Lines

05:48 min | Last month

Understanding the border dispute between India and China

"Together China in India account for more than one third of the entire population of the world, and if you believe the predictions of Keisha Mahbubani, remember him. He's been a skit on this program. He's the distinguished Singaporean intellectual. He says the future is Asian, and it's China's and India's to shame. But as my next guest points out. There, a deep historical tensions between these two budding global superpowers, which might make that impossible. China and India share land border in the Himalayas which has been in dispute since nineteen, sixty two, and it's been a pretty quiet style for decades, however, since May tensions have been rising nuclear powers facing off in a remote corner of the Himalayas, the disputed Kashmir region. This is the first the classroom this border in forty five years Indian government confirmed twenty of its soldiers were killed in the clash. China seems to now be making new claims to territory now. Will this be the event that pushes India away from Chana. Chana for good, and what does it mean for the rest of the World Tom V. Madan is a senior fellow in the foreign policy program at the Brookings Institution. In Washington. She's the author of a new book called Fateful Triangle. How China shut US India relations during the cold. War She's got an article in this month's foreign. Affairs magazine on how China is losing India Tovey. Welcome to between the lines. Thank you for having me Tom now. The border dispute between China and India has probably been the most tasteful. Conflict in the world. No one died and forty five years. What sit this conflict of? It was set off because of some early moves in early May that. had. Brought forward troops and equipped military equipment at different points on the China. India boundary the line of actual control. In the western sector particularly of their border, which is eastern Hlavac and at multiple points, what we saw was attempts to change the status quo whether it was to establish a permanent presence in built in areas, but both sides claim. Or attempts to stop a Indian patrols from moving in those areas which they have traditionally done. That's set the context. It's been going on since at least early May. What we actually saw what was happening to June, sixth meeting between senior military commanders was that they had agreed to a process of de-escalation and disengagement but something went very wrong in the course of this de-escalation. And this is where the incident took place. Now this particular incident has just been a larger in scale and an this whole stat of larger scale, but also regrets aggressiveness and the ones we've seen before, and there are reports that both countries are deploying some serious weapons to the bases close to the border. Is this just posturing, or is there a serious risk of Esscalation I? Think these kind of situation. There's always a risk of escalation. We've seen at least three. faceoffs three major face before this one between the Chinese and Indian military's in two, thousand, thirteen, two, thousand, fourteen in two thousand seventeen This one is could have larger in scale. We've seen as we did. On June fifteenth that even though they have traditionally had a whole series of agreements, standard operating procedures protocols in place between the two countries to avoid the kind of Esscalation we saw injured fifteenth. They clearly are not sufficient anymore, so let's put this in a broader historical context. China and India and went to war in nineteen, sixty two over the border. Now this of course was at the heart of the Cold War. Taibbi take us back to the geopolitical context of the time what was going on? By the time, the nineteen sixty sixty-two war broke out between China and India. You've seen a few years from about nineteen fifty seven about five years already of rising China Idiot tensions you've seen. The Indians relies that The Chinese did not consider. The boundary settled that they were building. A roads through territory India sought was India's. You saw scuffles skirmishes at between. The. Two sides patrols at various points on the boundary. You also saw the escape of the Lama. At a number of Tibetan. Refugees remain to stay in India in one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine, which the Chinese soil with deep suspicion and suspected that the US and you had worked together to engineer about escape. And, so you seem kind of rising tensions between China and India and at the same time you see you saw. The US India actually because in a national park because of their shared concerns about China actually starting to move closer towards each other for the for the the US This saw a in democratic India as both Jew potential, a political counterbalance, but also democratic contrast to soviet-backed Communist China accident, very interested in supporting it. N India welcomed that support, and so that was the. what was? Preceded that sixty to war, but which occurred when the Chinese decided. To move what they call the self defense a counterattack. And in nineteen, sixty two. Move across across the boundary took and defeated India quite badly, which laughed a number of different. It's a it's left a lot of historical baggage. The only major war the Union army has lost

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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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Kashmiris struggle to get Coronavirus news in the wake of communications blackout by Indian government

PRI's The World

04:59 min | 4 months ago

Kashmiris struggle to get Coronavirus news in the wake of communications blackout by Indian government

"For many people like you. Perhaps stuck at home spending lots of time online. The nonstop flood of news about the pandemic might feel like information overload. Imagine though not being able to get any updates about Cova nineteen or how it's spreading or how to protect yourself. That's the reality right now for millions of people in indian-controlled Kashmir here's the world's Lydia Amana lead with that story is you who are. Vanni is an attorney in New York but in the wake of cove in nineteen. He's found himself being asked to play public health. Experts from time to time. People are very highly about the information. Vanni is originally from Kashmir a disputed region between India and Pakistan. He's still has lots of family there. I have my elderly parents. I am really worried about them. And my siblings worried. Because he says they haven't been able to get good information about cove. Nineteen the reason terrible Internet. It's been bad since August. That's when the Indian government crackdown on Kashmir and imposed a communications blackout. No Internet no phones. Nothing since then. The government has restored some access to the Internet. But it's really really slow. That's by von is family is constantly turning to him with questions about the corona virus. They are they are. They are very much confused about it. So a few days ago Vanni had an idea. He teamed up with a relative who works as a scientist for the CDC the Centers for Disease Control and made a short video social distancing. Turn GOING TO DUMP truck on your wireless wearable video. Which they posted on Youtube walks people through some basic information about the corona virus. Like how do you get it? And what can you do not to get it? Vanni says they made the file very low quality so Kashmiri with poor Internet connection could still watch it for many people. It took hours to download. My friends have told me that it has taken them indicted night. Some people couldn't view it at all. And there's all kinds of information that people across Kashmir can't get like updates from the world health organization videos on proper handwashing the latest news about where the virus is spreading so it's falling to people in Kashmir people like Heck Zubeir to fill in the gaps. My entire show is now about corona virus and do a four hour long show. Zubeir hosts the breakfast show for radio. Mir t ninety eight point three in Kashmir. Her shows usually pretty light with fun stories. Local celebrity guests occasionally news recently though. It's been all corona virus all the time because the internet speed is very very slow. We have to make sure that we do not leave out anything. We have to make sure that we give out information as much as we can. But that's really hard to do because she herself has trouble. Seeing the latest news and videos. Local officials are posting. I don't know how to do it without Internet. I genuinely don't she says other news outlets. Tv newspapers have also stepped up their corona virus coverage. But the situation is not ideal. People might miss a broadcast not rediscovery. They can't look things up on their own time. When you don't have the correct information what happens is misinformation that means rumors are spreading and people don't even know what their local government is doing to prevent the virus from spreading and that's caused a lot of panic. People are suffering in Kashmir. It's really hard for US mustard. Sarah is twenty six years old. She's a photographer in Kashmir. She's that almost everything is closed. Streets are empty. People have been asked to stay inside though sometimes. Zora says she can't help herself. She wants to go out and take photos but my mom stops me everytime she told me that down. Your car don't out. It's really hard one of the things that's really hard is feeling cut off. It's difficult to post on social media. People can't video chat with family members. Some people can't even text. We cannot do anything. People are really festive. There is anxiety every slow. Internet is also hurting the more than one million students forced to stay home. Schools have been closed for about two weeks now and there's no way to offer online. Classes people in Kashmir are not the only ones dealing with government imposed Internet restrictions. Right now that are happening in Ethiopia en Marche Bengladeshi according to the advocacy group access. Now many people are calling on these governments to restore Internet access because the slower the access the slower response to this pandemic

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Apple to open first retail store in India next year, Tim Cook says

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Apple to open first retail store in India next year, Tim Cook says

"Apple CEO Tim cook says the company will open its first physical stores in India in twenty twenty one in an online outlet later this year apple had to seek special approval from the Indian government to open a store without a local

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India's Cabinet Approves Census for 2021

BBC Newshour

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

India's Cabinet Approves Census for 2021

"India's cabinet has approved the allocation of more than a billion dollars to conduct a detailed census and population survey next year there are fears that the database could be used to build a register of citizens against which will be in widespread protests numbers on it imagine has more details the Indian government face the new population register he said a teen exercise of building and identity database and people need not worry but critics say the exercise could be the first to step towards the creation of a controversial citizenship check all the national register of citizens they argued that it would be a list from which doubtful citizens will be asked to prove they are Indian the government denies that a similar exercise in the northeastern state of a Sam has left nearly two million people off the register many of the Muslims

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India's Cabinet Approves Census for 2021

BBC Newshour

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

India's Cabinet Approves Census for 2021

"India's cabinet has approved the allocation of more than a billion dollars to conduct a detailed census and population survey next year there are fears that the database could be used to build a register of citizens against which will be in widespread protests numbers on it imagine has more details the Indian government face the new population register he said a teen exercise of building and identity database and people need not worry but critics say the exercise could be the first to step towards the creation of a controversial citizenship check all the national register of citizens they argued that it would be a list from which doubtful citizens will be asked to prove they are Indian the government denies that a similar exercise in the northeastern state of a Sam has left nearly two million people off the register many of the Muslims

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"indian government" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:26 min | 8 months ago

"indian government" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Have erupted in response to a new citizenship law that's accused of discriminating against Muslims the Indian government says that no internet means fewer rumors less disinformation spreading online and therefore less violence but experts who track internet shut down say their noticing a startling trend here what we're finding is this is regarding the new normal John singleton is with an organization in New Delhi that tracks internet shut downs in India it's called SSLC dot I. N. and he says that this year alone the Indian government has ordered more than ninety internet shut down in the country right there is some unrest in some part of the country this is the first thing that they're doing all the shut down the internet that is a problem a problem because as internet use continues to grow in India the government there has become the world's leader in internet shut downs this year internet blackouts in India accounted for more than sixty percent of shutdowns around the world according to researchers critics say the government is doing this to prevent people from organizing to keep news of dissent from spreading abroad Pervaiz Ahmad the cashmere youtuber says that in the process the Indian government is denying people human right because he says the internet is no longer a luxury as number and as oxygen is needed for every human internet is needed for every human he told me for the world a lady a mentally to India's number one when it comes to internet shut downs but it's certainly not the only one that pulled the plug in twenty nineteen we've seen shut downs in Venezuela Iraq Egypt and Russia based pop was in Bab way distances extempore turning on right and the list goes on next week we look back on a record breaking year for internet shut downs who's doing them why and how so it is this legend of an internet kill switch I'm president or leader sits in his office and he can just switch off the national internet it turns out that that's not happening so much around the world that's next week on the world people aren't always who they say they are for all you know that married couple next door with two kids might be Russian spies I know this sounds like something from the plot of the TV show the Americans super super spies living next door they look like yes we do they're not allowed to see a single word of Russian once that's because the show was inspired by the true story of Alexander for a V. loft parents they were charged and arrested with espionage almost ten years ago the whole family was sent back to Russia but Alexander reveal off was a teenager he wanted to stay in Canada where he was born since then he's been fighting for his birthright citizenship in Canada and today he won how did this army is one of Alexander velox lawyers what are these past ten years been like for the V. love for others what I've seen is actually ever been quite quite by that date obviously do not belong to Russia and they did not feel Russian so they spend as much time as they possibly could to stay out of Russia and of course they could not pretend to Canada because Canada would not allow them what about their relationship with their parents are are they in touch with them they were obviously not happy with their parents I understand that they were even the discussions about why did you have children and you should not have children so now this happened in two thousand ten and since the end a lot has taken place I am sure the speaking with their parents but obviously this has been difficult for them Sir Alexander and his brother Timothy they say they they never knew anything about their parents being spots that's what they say that's exactly what they say and in fact all the evidence we have seen shows that that's that was correct so in twenty ten when their parents cover was blown and they were arrested what happened to the kids the kids at home is BR I redid their house and hand because their parents and obviously the alleged that they were spies and let them away and this is where it all the ordeal began for them starting to wonder what was going on and they had assumed in fact they had Alexandre explains that he thought it as a case of mistaken identity and they thought it would be cleared up in a few minutes except for a few hours however that that that did not turn out to be the case what is the court ruled today why do Alexander intimacy get to be granted citizens of Canada and because they were born in Canada and as a result they are Canadian citizen everyone born in Canada is a Canadian citizen there is one that never broke section and it only applies to children of foreign nationals were in town about in connection with diplomatic institutions and diplomatic relations and have immunities and privileges from Canadian law I'm assuming not everyone is pleased that the villain has been granted Canadian citizenship I mean some experts argue these Russian and he should be the responsibility of the Russian government what do you say to that well that's not the way the law works I mean that really yeah the law in in a society like some of the new democratic country is that you do not punish children for sins of their parents everyone is equal under the law and is responsible for their own actions the children have done nothing wrong have the children done so something wrong then you have a log we have lost to deal with them but we do not use citizenship laws just because we don't like the parents of some children to punish the children for how did zombie is the lawyer for Alexander veal off the son of two former Russian spies he won Canadian citizenship today I did thank you so much thank you.

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A doctor at a government-run hospital says at least 34 people have died in a major fire in central New Delhi

Super Hyper Local Sundays

00:17 sec | 8 months ago

A doctor at a government-run hospital says at least 34 people have died in a major fire in central New Delhi

"News at least thirty four people have reportedly been killed in a major fire that broke out in the building in a grains market in central New Delhi a doctor in an Indian government run hospital says the people burned brought in by first responders no word on the number of injuries no word on the cause of the fire fire has

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India Finally Lets Lawmakers Into Kashmir: Far-Right Europeans

NPR News Now

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

India Finally Lets Lawmakers Into Kashmir: Far-Right Europeans

"A foreign delegation is visiting indian-controlled Kashmir today for the first time since India imposed lockdown on its northern Himalayan state NPR's Lauren freyer reports from by the delegation consists of twenty seven members of the European Parliament most of these European lawmakers are from far right parties Marinela pens party in France Forsa Italia in Italy the UK's Brexit Party and Poland's far right ruling party the Indian government has granted them all permission to visit Kashmir even though it's blocked Indian opposition lawmakers United Nations on voice US members of Congress and foreign journalists including NPR the European lawmakers got a personal briefing from Prime Minister Narendra Modi his Hindu nationalist government says it's trying to be her integrate Muslim-majority Kashmir into the rest of India but has been accused of torture and mass detentions

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European Parliament members in Kashmir in rare foreign visit

Morning Edition

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

European Parliament members in Kashmir in rare foreign visit

"A foreign delegation is visiting Indian controlled Kashmir today for the first time since India imposed a lockdown on its northern Himalayan state and beers Lauren Frayer reports from buying the delegation consists of twenty seven members of the European Parliament most of these European lawmakers are from far right parties marine le pen's party in France for set Italian Italy the UK's brexit party and Poland's far right ruling party the Indian government has granted them all permission to visit cashmere even though it's blocked Indian opposition lawmakers United Nations envoys US members of Congress and foreign journalists including NPR the European lawmakers got a personal briefing from prime minister Narendra Modi's his Hindu nationalist government says it's trying to better integrate Muslim majority Kashmir into the rest of India but it's been accused of torture and mass detentions

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Sorry state: Kashmir on lockdown

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:03 min | 10 months ago

Sorry state: Kashmir on lockdown

"Into the Indian government all is well in the Kashmir valley but in reality life for those who live there most of whom are Muslim is far from normal there's no Internet mobile phones don't work most schools factories and offices are closed troops patrol the streets amid frequent demonstrations it began on August fifth in the Indian part of Kashmir was stripped of the special status and autonomy it enjoyed for the past seven years as part of his radical reorganization of India's most troublesome territory state was put on lockdown after two months it's unclear how the situation will end the government would like to portray things as being normal but it's far from normal Max Rodenbek is our South Asia Bureau chief you've got about seven million people living in the Kashmir valley who've had their internet and mobile phones suspended for the last two months there's a heavy a heavy presence of security forces that half a million in not a very big area a virtually every street is patrolled and their roadblocks and so on most shops and schools are closed down by virtual strike because people don't want to admit that returning to normal although this creating hardship I think so it's rather tents and heavy but actually not violent it's been peaceful but people are very upset and certainly not return to normal why is it India has done this well I think there are several layers of reasons one simple frustration I mean Kashmir has been a problem that has been an intractable for seventy years and there's a kind of frustration India's a great powerful country and it's unable to solve this small problem the border so frustrations one thing then there's also kind of ideology the current government of India is a Hindu nationalist government and one of its election promises was that it would do something about Kashmir and essentially what what the plan was was to lift the provisions that allow for certain degree of wannabe for Kashmir it doesn't actually change substantially changed things but it makes clearer India's real total control of the region how have Hindus and Muslims in the rest of India reacted to all this well the the rest of India I mean there's proportion here I mean India's one point three billion bill and the unhappy Kashmir's about seven million people so there are just so many more Indians in Kashmir's generally Indians are quite happy about what the government is has done they feel this frustration built up over years and years during the strife in Kashmir at various times at least fifty thousand people have been killed so it's a long in problematic thing the way other Indians look at Kashmir is as a problem place is problematic Muslims we have to teach them a lesson we have to teach Pakistan lesson showed who's boss here that's the government is very much played up to that so the response from from the rest of India is pretty positive and even Harland the opposition to the government felt sort of two shied from from actually opposing this move because they were afraid of being cast as unpatriotic is there no dissent from India's Muslims outside the Kashmir region well there is there's an unhappiness but the Indian Muslim community which is huge it's about one hundred ninety million people but it's also very very much divided up as the rest of India by language by region cast by all kinds of things and doesn't unite really around this Kashmir issue never they never have really united around and what about the relationship with Pakistan with whom India has had this battle over the region for so long how is it dealing with this new situation Pakistan can't really do very much about it I mean Pakistan has not very positive role in Kashmir either for many years Pakistan has funded and supplied a guerrillas who've on in from Pakistan into Kashmir and stirred up trouble Pakistan has always looked at this region as because it has a Muslim majority than it really should belonged ex-team although the people of Kashmir don't for particularly wants to belong to Pakistan either they're not happy with India Baxter so the current move by India it has a upset Pakistan because it involves a further diminish of the possibility that Kashmir might ever join Pakistan so raised tensions to a certain extent but not not to the point that India and Pakistan are likely to clash over this two reactions vary only gene supports or essentially division or powerlessness I mean are there no credible challenges to this move essentially no there's no credible challenge to India locally internationally speaking I think there's a great deal of fatigue with these kinds of problems to tell the truth you know India's a very the country and it's a rising power and I don't think there's going to be pressure in the United Nations that strong enough to do much about India and other countries that might be hostile to this move of example China will I mean India could easily point to China and what China has done to its own wieger Muslim minority which is much more shocking and outrageous than what is happening in Indian Kashmir in which case how do you see this playing out if this sort of territory the division remains in place I mean the region can't stay in lockdown forever no this is a problem and it's not clear that the government really had a endgame I mean people are increasingly frustrated the economy in Kashmir is is increasingly fragile and it's not clear how this waiting game can play out in two months with no Internet in modern society is really very very difficult it's cracking up all kinds of things including sort of medical system you can't call their their stories about people dying from lack of medical attention because they can't find the right people the right medicines and I think also there's still question how the Indian Supreme Court treat this I mean the Supreme Court in India has has a bad record for actually standing up for rights in the face of government power but there are serious constitutional questions about the way that this latest action was taken and they're serious constitutional questions also about the current kind of blockade clampdown in Kashmir there's growing apprehension India the this doesn't look too good so they may actually be a kind of reaction from inside India but for the nearer term anyway you don't see an easy and I know I'm afraid to let the people of Kashmir they've been through a lot of all these years and I'm afraid this is just another unhappy chapter for rather troubled part of the World Max Thank you very much for your time

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Brexit: UK Supreme Court to rule on suspension of parliament

Morning Edition

00:15 sec | 11 months ago

Brexit: UK Supreme Court to rule on suspension of parliament

"The bill and Melinda gates foundation says it will go ahead with plans to honor India's prime minister despite protests activists say no render Modi's government has created a humanitarian crisis in cashmere which has been under lockdown for six weeks now switch me to potter reports from Mumbai demonstrators March to the gates foundation headquarters in Seattle demanding that the nonprofit reverse its decision to recognize prime minister in the movie they also delivered a petition with more than a hundred thousand signatures saying that the award quote could not have come at a more awkward dying on August fifth the Indian government revoked push me your special Donna me imposed a curfew and got phones and internet thousands of push metes of been detained since then and some of them accuse Indian security forces of torture the gates foundation says it respects the petitioners views but won't change its decision the award recognizes movies flagship sanitation campaign that has made millions of dollars across

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India, Pakistan to hold third round of talks on Kartarpur corridor

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:35 min | 11 months ago

India, Pakistan to hold third round of talks on Kartarpur corridor

"Talks have begun between india and pakistan over the possible opening of a border crossing using which would allow sikh pilgrims access to a holy site in pakistan. It's a sign. The two nations are prepared to work together. Since india revoked the special status of kashmir will to bring us up to date on the situation. I'm joined by shruti. Kapila who teaches indian history and politics at the university of cambridge welcome back to monocle twenty four thirty and could you just briefly update us on the relations between india and pakistan after indians move to revoke special status last month well it has been you could say a kind of a month of up and down and relations where you've seen on the one hand india taking quite an aggressive <hes> position on on cushman and has been backed significantly and to a large extent by it's it's better strategic <hes> old and a new partners having said that in hong kong has at the prime minister of sun has launched a blistering a social media media campaign a pointing out to as it were a india's donald aggression and and the problem with cushman so now this comes after on the backdrop of already very tense relations between inbox son if you recall the big terror attack in in mid february which was a changed as it were the electoral <unk> atmosphere in india so yes i mean now <hes> and when you had as it were the pulling off or or the the space between india and pakistan was also shut down so today you're in a curious place where the indian high commissioner and barnstorm on has been thrown out. He's not there you have these dialogues of the dialogue on seek boot rummages going on and and at the same time a very massive campaign obtain and bluster on both sides so it does not say what exactly is happening except that there is a kind of a game of brinksmanship going on in search for some kind of international supremacy over the suit so tell us a little bit more about these discussions that are taking place about access s. two holy site in pakistan <hes> the issue that people are talking about his crossing over at the carter poke corridor which is used by thousands of sikhs every single year. All people deliberately trying to find moments of connection here between injure in pakistan is a genuine sign here that some dialogue at some level is being accepted. I think it's a bit of both liquor. Thakore cora dole has been long in the making and put it in context context. It's it it is very much about the sikhs who at the time <hes> lost as world solve their holiest sites what do do bucks sound so this has been something that has been been in the making for decades and actually here as to the provincial governments addict a much more active role at the same time. If you look at ron cons rhetoric he's very keen to to sound good on make good to indian indian minorities where that sikhs muslims or christians but this seems to be as it were a very small gesture because of their other bigger a issues which seemed to be much more recalcitrant to dialogue and you mentioned the of imraan counting very public about this. I mean pakistan on has been calling on the international community to support their case and how much does that's half worked. I think as the clampdown goes for longer as you will recall the kashmir valley is under has been under security clampdown for now a full month and i think the indian government we'll find it claude to keep a to keep the goodwill on its side often such as long as toward suspension of of of rights of its citizens citizens that so i think <hes> but at the same time i think it's it's old kushner is also a moving piece of changes in the geostrategic strategic considerations of whether it's about a sandbox son india china china russia and i think no major par is willing to as it were <hes> you know bush is median side and that's why india has way not feast up onto now any serious criticism.

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Kashmir conflict explained: What do India and Pakistan want?

1A

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Kashmir conflict explained: What do India and Pakistan want?

"Fighting across the border killed three pakistan five indian soldiers. We heard prime minister kan's speaking about the mass murder of people of kashmir spilling over to pakistan the people rising up to this. What are the odds as it looks right now that this does lead to more open conflict and bloodshed for right now. India seems to be trying. Its best tamped down on that. They even said that. The pakistani reports of people being killed online control was fake. They said that just completely wasn't true. I think the real worry for everyone. Here is the fact that the majority of the wars fought between india and pakistan since independence have been over kashmir and if you know the fighting does bill over the line of control if the b._j._p. Starts to feel extremely confident and decides to just move and just take all of kashmir while it has this troop build-up. Let's let's bear in mind. They're we're already over half a million troops in kashmir and over the last few days before this takeover tens of thousands of more removed into help. Try and keep the peace if the fighting does does it fighting does occur on the line of control and if it does spill over into an all esscalation that's extremely worrying we even had a full scale conflict between when india and pakistan of that sort for decades now and with both of them nuclear armed and both of them in a position where they can't be he's seen as backing down especially the indian government mode cannot be seen as backing down to pakistan his b._j._p. Party are hindu-nationalist. They believe that it is their their. You're right to control india as hindus. They believe that <hes> that's part of like ravi mentioned why they got rid of the restrictions on buying property inside inside of indian-controlled kashmir and i don't know i don't know i wouldn't put money on this right now either way i just know that it's extremely worrying that were in a position where we're talking about the potential of new delhi and islamabad actually you getting into open conflict the u._n. Security council is having closed-door consultations and today on friday to discuss the situation. The meeting was called by pakistan and china agreed so hopefully maybe we can get to the point where some sort of dialogue august <laughter> actually occurring about how to see health attentions here but barring you know india actively walking back the steps. It's hard to see what would count as you know. <hes> de escalation

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Photos Emerge From Kashmir, a Land on Lockdown

PRI's The World

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Photos Emerge From Kashmir, a Land on Lockdown

"At least with the kashmir story. Were forced to do that again. Eight days ago india clamp down on all communications in and out of kashmir that was a precautionary move taken by the indian government after it revoked kashmir from your special status guaranteed to the majority muslim state the b._b._c.'s yoga lemay file the dispatch from kashmir yesterday then had it flown to delhi

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India imposes Kashmir clampdown to head off Eid protests

All Of It

02:50 min | 1 year ago

India imposes Kashmir clampdown to head off Eid protests

"There authorities in India have reimposed a military clampdown in the disputed territory of Kashmir ahead of the start of eat a Lotta festival on Monday Srinagar the main city in the Indian administered part of Kashmir is once again under lockdown it's been a week since India revoked cashmere special constitutional status which had afforded it a lot of political autonomy for more I'm joined by the B. B. C.'s Rahul tendon in Delhi Rahul why is this locked on being reimposed we believe that the log jam is re imposed because it was opened on Sunday morning so people could go shopping that would normally be a hustle and bustle across Indian administered Kashmir is people mocked the festival of Ede but it took a long time is being being reimposed because they seem to have been protest some reports of clashes as well so we've had Indian security man going around the area telling people to go back into the houses and the shops of being shot down once more it may be that later in the day that people within the area could go to the local mosque but we expect that the big mosque will once again have their gates locked down so on a day that is supposed to be a day where people would be with that family is walking around meeting their friends that's not going to be possible in Indian administered Kashmir as that lock down which has been in place for a week no phone lines no internet which is making communication frustrate difficult to substantiate facts that also remains in place the been some protests in Kashmir since the look does impose how extensive where these protests you think it is very very difficult to get an idea of the scale of them we have reporters on the ground who say that in some of them they may have been a thousand maybe more than a thousand people maybe thousands you gather together the Indian authorities say that's not the case at all they say that the silent majority inside Indian could administer Christmas support that policies and this is going to be for the benefit of the people that in the long term but I think there is no doubt that after a week of not being able to communicate with people within the area and across the rest of India and across the rest of the world that there is a rising level of frustration with many committees asking a simple question if you say this is a message to the Indian government that we support the policies that you put in place why you not letting us speak very briefly how would you describe life for the people who are living in Srinagar at the moment from what we can gather it's very difficult unable to move around difficult to get Manson's island with one story I sing a from Indian administered Kashmir flew to daily to get medicines because it was easier than trying to get them in the area that he lived in life is very difficult and I think as we move down this week with Indian independence day and focused on independence day it's going to remain very tense in the area who attended there in

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"indian government" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"indian government" Discussed on PRI's The World

"It's even been extraordinarily difficult for people outside of kashmir to be in touch with their families so this has been quite a draconian conan approach to communications by the indian government and it was enacted so quickly <hes> could this happen so easily elsewhere. I i think it could unfortunately other countries could could easily do this <hes> in particular because they have the power over over the telecommunications sir networks. I mean they have contractual arrangements with them and we've seen this in many many parts of the world. Could it happen here. In the united states well well. It certainly could happen. I don't know if it would be as technically possible because the extent of our telecommunications network and and the the constitutional issues and so forth but certainly the technical power to interfere with communications. Is there decay vaca- i'd also like to ask you about <hes> since you're the u._n. Special reporter on free speech about <hes> hate speech and specifically h chan that's the internet platform where the el paso gunman edmund uploaded his manifesto before killing twenty two people in that manifesto rapidly reproduced on h. n. a. h. and got kicked off cloudflare's host but the the killers manifesto is still allow their. How do we go about regulating something like h._s._e._n. Where do we even begin. It's very difficult to regulate any of these platforms by government particularly early in the united states. I mean in the united states we have the first amendment and there's also human rights protections human rights law protects everyone's right to seek receiving even impart information and ideas of all kinds typically speaking if we're talking about incitement to violence and incitement to hatred that's relatively easy to regulate in the sense that government has the authority to restrict incitement to violence the on that. It's very difficult. We're also i think at a moment where we're confused about who should be responsible for regulating the content. Should it be the companies that have massive power over public activate and are making a lot of money in gathering up all of our content or should it be government that has government and public accountability at stake here. I don't think we've fully come to terms with how we want to regulate this kind of content. David kay is the u._n. Special reporter on freedom of opinion and expression. Thanks for being with us today. Thanks for having me marco. The latest outbreak of the deadly ebola virus has been concentrated in the democratic republic of the congo the d._r._c. You might think a logical response from worried neighbor like rwanda would be to close the border to try to keep the virus out but as we're about to hear that can actually make matters worse. The world's alana gordon has the latest news on the virus and how officials are dealing with the open border between rwanda and the d._r._c. The bulla virus has largely been isolated to remote areas of the d._r._c. but in mitchell i the outbreak hit a new level of concern a reached the big city of goma. There have been to a bullet l. A. deaths. They're gonna is a major transit hub. It's four and a half miles from neighboring rwanda and tens of thousands of people crossed there every day. The introduction of the boulevards and goma led to mounting panic that this very busy border would be closing. Everyone is on edge. This border guard is making sure. These people join in the queue. That's a report from aljazeera both sides in rwanda and the d._r._c. added handwashing stations and health checks but there were also backlogs than people crossing and reports that the border had been temporarily closed at one point this week the two countries met to discussable for the very first time dr ibrahim so say fall was there he oversees the world health organization's bulla response efforts in the d._r._c. of really a very important meeting high-level committing because you have ministers from both countries leading a delegation to agree on some cleo principal on hold to collaborate together to prevent uncontrollable. Dr fall says that closing borders to neighboring countries could actually make the situation worse people may turn to informal paths to get back and forth north that could make it even harder to screen people crossing the border and find possible cases but the d._r._c.'s.

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 The Latest: Pakistan cancels another train link with India

AP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Pakistan cancels another train link with India

"Pakistan suspended the key train service with India because of the Indian government's decision to revoke Kashmir special status the station's superintendent says the train known as the friendship express was abandoned by Pakistani crew and guards near the border and in Indian team had to be sent to drive the train across the border passengers with luggage were seen getting off the train in a town in the northern Indian state of Punjab along the border with Pakistan the suspension was announced on Thursday as passengers were waiting to board the train in the eastern city of Lahore in Pakistan both countries claim the Himalayan region as their own Pakistan's also suspended trade with India Mendez downgraded its diplomatic ties with the

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"indian government" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"indian government" Discussed on World News Analysis

"I think it's even too late if this this has really been happening for quite some time why hasn't the Indian government has been keeping it black blackened people really want in being subjected to this kind of mistreatment. How is it different to have a diverse in front of the moved and and go to the court to file a divorce this these are two different law theories as a student of low for sure the values the foundations of Islamic law are completely the opposite of the foundation of the colonial or precolonial rather of colonial European European look European. Lou Theory is either from the divine power the divine authority in a pro WPRO promulgating laws or even the positivity low the state coming up to say this is low for this is not lawful but we've they colangelo. The foundations of low are completely different. They are divine in nature. They are never positive they are never positive Steve. I mean not not being positive I mean not promulgated by the State with divine laws. That's why some people would say that Eddie's any inequality in terms of gender but this law promulgated by this date can never meet or in internet agrement. We've a divorce settlement conducted by the Islamic law because Islamic law does not bring these people at an equal you know an equal but in the judicial system of the blow promulgated by the state the equal parties so you expect even the result can never of a be the same because the the means through which the processes taking a completely different but also in the Islamic Clo- hello when they moved presides over case that case does not go to the moved immediately it goes to the move immediately right but he appoints an arbitrator in the meantime decided tritter tries to establish with that the differences or the disagreement a couple is having is really <hes> reconcilable or irreconcilable. If the arbitrator fails to deliver they are procedures of sharing may be worth. Maybe the rights of children may be what there is possibly to demand would be until which level with the demand is allowed to marry gain or the woman is Murray allowed to marry again they are really nice as processes and clear processes through which woman can get justice and also estate the known judicial processes can also get the two people to justice but it depends from which school of vote you believe if the woman exit to subject him hassle to the wheels of Islamic low and demand the better if they choose not to agree there they can't go to the <hes> to the.

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"indian government" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"indian government" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"This message reaches a million people or more every week about a month ago. I was blessed to be a part of Lutheran hour ministries effort to put the only Christian. Float in the Rose Bowl parade in Pasadena, California. An army of volunteers comes from all over the country called the pedal pushers, and they created a float shares a simple Christian message that was seen by millions. These broadcast efforts to share the gospel are important. We cannot forget that the gospel is a slow solution. We cannot forget the everyday work of local congregations local Christian fellowships, the wider work of Lutheran hour ministries around the globe, the wider work of other Christian outreach organizations because the gospel is a slow solution. Now when I say slow solution. I don't want you to think that that I'm saying that there's a provisional status for us to become part of God's family. That's not what I mean by a slow solution the gospels not that kind of slow solution. It's not that there's a probationary status that you have to prove yourself before you really know you you trust in Jesus now, and you are all win you are fully loved fully forgiven. Fully accepted right now. What's slow about the gospel is the full vision of the gospel solution that we are still awaiting the. The words of the Lord to the prophet who backups chapter two verse three are still applicable today. The Lord said to the prophet division awaits the appointed time it hastens to the end. It will not lie. If it seems slow wait for it. It will surely come it will not delay. The gospel is a slow solution. And you spread a slow solution through long-term social interaction. Spreading the gospel is more than one voice speaking to a million. It is and must continue to be a million voices. Each speaking to one. Pointing them to our friend Jesus. Dr a tool Juande, the one I mentioned who working with the Indian government. He was doing interviews with nurses to see how this solution was going. The Indian government learned that you can't spread a slow solution in any other way except through face to face contact. And so they assigned mentors and appointed him to hospitals to work with nurses, one on one doctor Guarani was interviewing one nurse about how things were going. And she admitted that at first she was a little annoyed having a mentor. She didn't understand why she was having to do all these things didn't make sense. She didn't see the reason behind it. But in time she warmed up to the mentor, and she started doing those best practices and the doctor asked her will what what caused the change. She said she was nice. She was nice. She smiled a lot. It wasn't like talking to somebody who is trying to find mistakes. It was like talking to a friend. Let that be said of everyone of us who speaks in the name of Jesus if you're willing. I invite you to pray with me. Lord, God, heavenly father. You have promised that you're Ospel solution will not fail. It will not prove false. It will go forward will not delay. When it seemed slow to us increase our faith. Give us wisdom. Give a skill in. Spreading this solution around the world Senator spirit that we might have discernment whenever we're talking with someone to discern their spiritual posture, whether they are closed or open or seeking and where there is unreceptive nece help us to build trust where people are open help us to boldly and clearly proclaim Jesus crucified and risen ruling and returning for forgiveness of sins and new life with you starting now, and where there are questions help us to answer. Well. And to show what it looks like to follow Jesus because he lives and he reigns with you and the Holy Spirit one God world without end. Amen..

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"indian government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"indian government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Indian government sent a probe to mars for seventy million dollars so hollywood movies about going to mars caused more than actually going to mars well and also we're kind of the comet this time around right i mean the what's destroying it as a success yes as as stephen hawking said many times these are self inflicted problems we created this mess of global warming and of course we don't want to spread the mess to mars in place a though you gotta get iraq together however he said let's have insurance policy i once talked to carl sagan and he said that the earth lies in the middle of cosmic shooting gallery and it's only a matter of time before we take a hit either a super volcano either a media or comet either another ice age any number of things can do as in so let's have an insurance policy now that doesn't meet evacuate the earth no one's talking about evacuating the earth no one is talking about fleeing the greenhouse effect we have to solve that problem on earth we're talking about his plan b just in case something bad happens so i mean you're in your book you're you're really suggesting really pushing us to think in a much more expansive ways here and you suggest a progression from mars and then the other stars and then to perhaps indefinite life spans maybe even other universes how much of this is plausible considering what we currently understand in science well let's talk about today you realize that the president laid out a plan a blueprint for the exploration of space the moon mars and beyond nasa used to be the agency to nowhere now it has a blueprint starting next year right this down next year in december we're going to send a space probe to the moon for the first time in fifty years we're going back to the moon with the booster rocket in orion capsule four years after that twenty twenty three we go we send astronauts to the moon in twenty twenty six we have a space station around the moon twenty thirty we'll begin the exploration of mars so just realize it only takes three days to go to the moon in one week you can go to the moon and back i think our grandkids may even honeymoon on them that's how close the moon will be for our grandkids we had somebody on the show last week talking about the probes that were sending out to look for other planets other planetary systems and those with human life but those that might facilitate life i have to say i had no idea that we were even still conducting that kind of research in fact stephen hawking was a helping to promote the breakthrough star shot program the send a postage size them chip to the nearest star so forget captain kirk and the enterprise of the first star ship will be the size of a push this them with a parachute driven by laser beams on the planet earth blasting this parachute to twenty percent the speed of light and so i think about that we were going to send a starship to the nearest planet earth like planets using off the shelf technology warp drive we don't have to have nuclear engines ordinary laser beams will send probes to the stars a lot closer than we think what what about the i mean so why don't i know about this research is that i had the feeling that we have really walked back our research into space travel and space exploration is that the case or is it just that it's not part of the popular machination anymore we are now entering the second golden age of space exploration the first golden age was unsustainable the nasa budget of nine hundred sixty six was five percent of the entire federal budget that's unsustainable however now we have silicon valley billionaires leading the way last month millions of people tuned in on their computer and tv set to watch the launch of the falcon heavy rocket that was the moon rocket that's why thousands lined the streets at cape canaveral for the first time in fifty years a moon rocket took off from cape canaveral paid for by that a private businessman it didn't cost us a dime to create a moon rocket it takes us to the moon and he wants to create even bigger rocket to go to mars should this concern us though i mean what does it do we care that it's a private billionaire who's playing because the first golden age ended because the taxpayers said enough is enough we can't afford it now we have amazon dot com jumping in the game jeff bezos wants to create an amazon system.

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"indian government" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"indian government" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Cannot continue in our society we have to do something about that there are a lot of calls in india for criminal justice law enforcement reform this is a very important issue in india absolutely another issue is there's been these episodes of shortage of atm cash and there was a d monetization in two thousand sixteen what is all that about yeah so if the indian government thought that one way to try to combat what they refer to as black money which is a form of you know criminal activity taking place in the informal economy through cash channels only they thought that one way to try to combat this would be to eliminate certain denominations of the indian rupee currency and replace it with new currency now in and of itself i don't know if this would have solved the problem of criminal enterprise being conducted on the black market in cash but one of the problems of implementing this plan was that the new currency notes weren't properly sized for the atm's so there was a problem getting enough nose into them and calibrating the time and so that it gets to the situation you lead with where there is these mass shortages of cash all across the country well about ninety percent of india's economy employment is in the informal sector people in a cash economy so that caused cascading effects around the country the effects of the st monetization lasted for about a year or so india's only beginning to come out of the economic dip that the country went into as a result of this and as a result of the implementation of the new like a value added tax goods and services tax that the country implemented in summer of two thousand seventeen but the d monetization in the atm cash shortages has been a very interesting experiment i think it's probably going to be looked back upon as failure in terms of combating the illegal activity but probably has nudged the indian economy much more towards digitization so that could in medium or longer term be a positive really no one talks talking about some of the major changes i was stunned at how fast and the huge numbers the rise of the middle class there well yeah i think for many people in india their middle class isn't growing fast enough and some of the latest data coming out suggests that as.

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"indian government" Discussed on The Modern West

The Modern West

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"indian government" Discussed on The Modern West

"Tribes in the west were never really that will unified on tribal level and indian government was very loose cheese could not compel compliance any warrior could go his own way decide whether to obey the dictates of chief when it came to making war making peace and there was a fundamental bisa greement among these as to whether it was worth worth the pain the suffering in the hunger in time starvation that would tailed in in resisting the the overwhelming whiting pro schmor on their lands overwhelming numbers and i wonder if you can talk just a little bit about you know what the overall strategy or philosophy of the us government was during this time in dealing with the tribes i mean what was their goal in terms of how they wanted to handle the tribes as they moved into the west versus foremost and this is one of the one call the miss of the west that is unfortunate too often still perpetrated the notion that the government somehow had a policy of physical genocide extermination ism that's absolutely untrue the government never ever as a matter of policy intended or desire to physically exterminate the indians the general policy that the government tried to to file throughout the indian wars was to congregate the indians on reservations that were well removed from the overland travel routes and then begin them on the road to what was generally called in those days you miss him was christianisation civilization the belief was at the only chancy indian had to survive as a people was to was to become a christian white farmers and that policy was pursued throughout the coursey indie moore's again with varying degrees of success.

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"indian government" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"indian government" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"I didn't even where i live because we don't have numbers for buildings we only have building so if someone wants to visit me i told him i am the second house near the supermarket that's how they can know where i live and when they told me know like a building that's true and they said to me have you ever used google maps it now so they teach me how to think you get yourself to the sheraton and then and then what's the next big step you then have to get out of the country an amazing thing that they did they start reaching two countries because a couple of counties was doing evacuation for their own citizens leading russia france india and they reach india and they ask india they can take out with them they call the indian government hi i have many fran who's in the sheraton because he can we google maps and i met him on facebook and would you please evacuate them actually go over actually it had been some way yes in one moment one of them actually called them down dan government and ask them if they can help but no they start reaching organizations and their start reaching the united nation also senators in the united states and they were asking them can you please support us our request to ask the indian government they can't take mohammed with them and they reach senator from illinois his name mark you used to be the senator of illinois chicago and he's aborted that and he wrote a letter to the indian government ask them if they can evoke with me with them and eventually it happened so you eventually get on get on a ship how'd you get on the ship.

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"indian government" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"indian government" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Indian government said it was find out they got all their went to this long process than they hit this wall with the federal government for some issue i can't remember what the issue was on so this went on for a long time and they were getting very discouraged joe moakly got involved a one day say it was like on wednesday he decide two to help out to one of his constituents the very next day they got the word from the federal government there were approved for the adoption and they went over there and they are now being sold daughter she's like twenty two years old i think graduate from college but and i asked him one time what he did but like what it what did you do too the city should stop j yes in one day and he wouldn't really tell me he was just like in our anyhow he basically what i would sold by jim mcgovern whose is aimed at the time was that he called the head of ins they've whatever a commissioner whatever whoever the the head of ins called him directly at basically swore item for five minutes at said you know where you get your funding for blah blah blah you know you better inbounder he effort barbara and swore at the guy and the guy immediately back down and the clear the adoption so we call the actual director what right to the top so your two favorite stores about the media or about how you can access ida had access ohio know you've got access trains thought to the trains yeah trans yes you that special access.

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"indian government" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"indian government" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"The great liverpoolbound clinic but i thought i unless there's clinica in the trademark surgical masks standing in a field under hear all these for lincoln cricketers in not that trademark surgical masks stunning in a field but apparently world deciding here that ball thing bolas is not a good look financial and it will not not and it's not good for the indian cricket team the board of cooked could control in india and the indian government delhi government all of it as a general hold up the crick's death matches the apply it takes place over five days so the told the physical toll on players is immense add to it the pollution levels in delhi and the first two days sri lankan planned started throwing up came out wearing masks the reaction of the indian authorities the board of control was well if our batsmen combat why can't you guys bowled and in the indian coach kmart had that a slanging match but the point is first the sri lankan press might not be exposed to the levels of pollution indian plaza that is one second when he holed international matches you is supposed to provide a safe clean environment for players that you have not managed to do and tack to kind of treat this as some kind of a joke and this stopped only when indian bowlers having played an entire day started throwing the realize the situation now the international cricket council says that it has taken note and delhi might be struck off international matches during the high pollution months which is.

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"indian government" Discussed on FT News

FT News

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"indian government" Discussed on FT News

"Amy there have been reports in the indian media about chinese incursions into other box of india's disputed border with china what has been the indian government's reaction to that will force volts importance to point out that the disputed border between india and china's thousands of kilometers long and because it's undefined and there's no agreement on where it exists it does often happened that border patrols from the two countries meet each other and confronted each other in remote locations and both of them tim's astounds and face each other and say this is our land this is our goal and and try to urge each other to go back and and sort of assert that you know the land belongs to them so these scuffles are not a known they do happen the saying that they're in incursion is difficult because these are actually disputed borders and there is no consensus between the two countries on where the borders lie now there was a recent incidents amid these heightened tensions about the standoff of the dokan pluto at a lake in to bat called penggong lake where the chinese and indian troops confronted each other and there was by all accounts some kind of a scuffle that left soldiers injured but india has kept absolutely quiet about it they have not wanted to confirm or deny these reports and i think they're trying to downplay the incident china is india's largest trading partner do you think india might use trade to square off with china.

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"indian government" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"indian government" Discussed on AP News

"The canadian government is has decided to pay millions of dollars to a former guantanamo prisoner who admitted to killing a us soldier ap's rob gylys reports from toronto at indian government decided to apologizing ear and point five million dollars to a warmer guantanamo bay her who pleaded guilty to killing a usbuilt you're in afghanistan interior out in in three event a decade in guantanamo and capri court handed over the years ruled omar radars favor our number of time the lawyer for the widow of the soldier could are killed in afghanistan says they have filed an application with the a canadian government so that any money paid to qatar will go toward the widow in another us soldier who was injured in that attack could are was the youngest and last western detainee held in guantanamo bay cuba i've tim mcguire ap radio news ap radio news i'm tim mcguire north korea's launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile draws an immediate response from the us and south korea he's mike rossi with details the united states and south korea have responded to north korea's latest missile launch with a dual launch of their own us and south korean soldiers have fired deep strike precision missiles into south korean territorial waters it a demonstration of us south korean solidarity according to a statement from the us eighth army the says north korea's latest missile launch was indeed an intercontinental ballistic missile and secretary of state rex tillerson calls it a new escalation of the threat at the request of the us.

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"indian government" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"indian government" Discussed on AP News

"The canadian government is has decided to pay millions of dollars to a former guantanamo prisoner who admitted to killing a us soldier ap's rob gylys reports from toronto the indian government decided to apologizing and point five million dollars to a warmer guan arnold bay who pleaded guilty to killing a usbuilt or in afghanistan puteh out in in three rank a decade in guantanamo and capri court handed over the years ruled in omar could art favor our number of time the lawyer for the widow of the soldier could are killed in afghanistan says they have filed an application with the canadian government so that any money paid to qatar will go toward the widow in another us soldier who was injured in that attack could are was the youngest and last western detainee held in guantanamo bay cuba i've tim mcguire ap radio news ap radio news i'm tim mcguire north korea's launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile draws an immediate response from the us and south korea if he's mike rossi with details the united states and south korea have responded to north korea's latest missile launch with the dual launch of their own us and south korean soldiers have fired deep strike precision missiles into south korean territorial waters it a demonstration of us south korean solidarity according to a statement from the us eighth army the says north korea's latest missile launch was indeed an intercontinental ballistic missile and secretary of state rex tillerson calls it a new escalation of the threat at the request of the us japan and south korea the united nations security council will hold an emergency session on wednesday afternoon mike rossi washington the president host military families at the white house for a fourth of july celebration on and i truly appreciate and celebrate america's independence with those who courageously defend our country the men women and families of the united states military white house gathering followed by a capital fourth on pbs among the axe the beach boys.

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"indian government" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"indian government" Discussed on AP News

"The canadian government is has decided to pay millions of dollars to a former guantanamo prisoner who admitted to killing a us soldier ap's rob gylys reports from toronto the indian government decided to apologizing and point five million dollars to a warmer guan arnold bay who pleaded guilty to killing a usbuilt or in afghanistan puteh out in in three rank a decade in guantanamo and capri court handed over the years ruled in omar could art favor our number of time the lawyer for the widow of the soldier could are killed in afghanistan says they have filed an application with the canadian government so that any money paid to qatar will go toward the widow in another us soldier who was injured in that attack could are was the youngest and last western detainee held in guantanamo bay cuba i've tim mcguire ap radio news ap radio news i'm tim mcguire north korea's launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile draws an immediate response from the us and south korea if he's mike rossi with details the united states and south korea have responded to north korea's latest missile launch with the dual launch of their own us and south korean soldiers have fired deep strike precision missiles into south korean territorial waters it a demonstration of us south korean solidarity according to a statement from the us eighth army the says north korea's latest missile launch was indeed an intercontinental ballistic missile and secretary of state rex tillerson calls it a new escalation of the threat at the request of the us japan and south korea the united nations security council will hold an emergency session on wednesday afternoon mike rossi washington the president host military families at the white house for a fourth of july celebration on and i truly appreciate and celebrate america's independence with those who courageously defend our country the men women and families of the united states military white house gathering followed by a capital fourth on pbs among the axe the beach boys.

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"indian government" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"indian government" Discussed on AP News

"The canadian government is has decided to pay millions of dollars to a former guantanamo prisoner who admitted to killing a us soldier ap's rob gylys reports from toronto it indian government decided to apologize in gear and point five million dollar to a warmer guan arnold faith or who pleaded guilty killing a usbuilt you're in afghanistan impute out in in three decades in guantanamo and capri court handed over the years ruled in omar creditors favor a number of countering the lawyer for the widow of the soldier could are killed in afghanistan says they have filed an application with the canadian government so that any money paid to qatar will go toward the widow in another us soldier who was injured in that attack could are was the youngest and last western detainee held in guantanamo bay cuba i've tim mcguire ap radio news ap radio news i'm tim mcguire north korea's launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile draws an immediate response from the us and south korea he's mike rossi of with details the united states and south korea have responded to north korea's latest missile launch with a dual launch of their own u s m south korean soldiers have fired deep strike precision missiles into south korean territorial waters it a demonstration of us south korean solidarity according to a statement from the us eighth army the says north korea's latest missile launch was indeed an intercontinental ballistic missile and secretary of state rex tillerson calls it a new escalation of the threat at the request of the us.

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"indian government" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"indian government" Discussed on AP News

"The canadian government has decided to pay millions of dollars to a former guantanamo prisoner who admitted to killing a us soldier ap's rob gylys reports from toronto indian government decided to apologize in gear and point five million dollars to a warmer guantanamo bay her who pleaded guilty to killing a you're you're in afghanistan in puteh out in in three rent a decade in guantanamo and caprine court handed over your ruled in omar could favor a number of countering the lawyer for the widow of the silver could are killed in afghanistan says they have filed an application with the canadian government so that any money paid to qatar will go toward the widow in another us soldier who was injured in that attack could are was the youngest and last western detainee held in guantanamo bay cuba i've tim mcguire ap radio news ap radio news i'm tim mcguire north korea's launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile draws an immediate response from the us and south korea if he's mike rossi with details the united states and south korea have responded to north korea's latest missile launch with a dual launch of their own us and south korean soldiers have fired deep strike precision shen missiles into south korean territorial waters it a demonstration of us south korean solidarity according to a statement from the us eighth army the says north korea's latest missile launch was indeed an intercontinental ballistic missile and secretary of state rex tillerson calls it a new escalation of the threat at the request of the us.

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