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Best India Explained podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best India Explained podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Millennial Paisa is a new-age podcast helping young adults in India figure out the complex world of personal finance and investing. If you are a millennial in India and have a question about equities, debt, mutual funds, credit cards, or online shopping, Millennial Paisa has all the easy answers for you.
 
Take a step back from noisy political debates and tune in to rich conversations on India and the world. The Pragati Podcast is a weekly talkshow on public policy, economics and international relations. Science-geek-turned-policy-wonk Pavan Srinath talks to scholars and experts on everything from India's unique genetics to why China isn't really trying to take over the world. New episodes out every Thursday. The Pragati Podcast is the titular podcast of the online magazine Pragati, and has a ...
 
Experts from the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) explain their work and discuss current issues for the global economy. As a hub for central banks and other financial regulatory and supervisory authorities, the BIS seeks to build a greater collective understanding of the world economy, foster international cooperation and support policy making.
 
Every Tuesday and Friday, Recode’s Kara Swisher and NYU Professor Scott Galloway offer sharp, unfiltered insights into the biggest stories in tech, business, and politics. They make bold predictions, pick winners and losers, and bicker and banter like no one else. After all, with great power comes great scrutiny. From New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
We live in a confusing time, bombarded every day with news from around the world that can be hard to follow, or fully understand. Let Worldly be your guide. Every Thursday, senior writer Zack Beauchamp, senior foreign editor Jennifer Williams, and staff defense writer Alex Ward give you the history and context you need to make sense of the moment and navigate the world around you. Produced by Vox and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
SG Explained follows Rovik & Elliot, two regular Singaporeans trying to understand how Singapore is what it is. We explore institutions, histories, events and phenomenon in Singapore and get into the details of it all. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sg-explained/support
 
The fields of academia and policy-making are crucial to our understanding of the world around us. While academia is concerned with the pursuit of research and scholarship in a given field usually in a university setting, policy-making involves a set of deliberate system of principles used to formulate a course of action, usually in a government or bureaucracy. At a basic level, academic scholars use theories to understand & explain the world around them while practitioners employ insights fr ...
 
Go Construkt Radio bringing you tips, tricks & inspiring stories of dreamers & entrepreneurs from India and around the world. Every week we go feature various inspirational stories to critical information that will help your startup do better. This is a proud presentation from Construkt.Me a platform focusing on creating disruptive experiences for the entrepreneurial community & also once a year hosts Construkt Festival, India’s largest startup festival focusing on trans-disciplinary learnin ...
 
Career Foreign Service Officers interview America’s most influential diplomats, capturing the sacrifice, professionalism, humor, heroism, wisdom, and triumph of modern-day American diplomacy. Through personal anecdotes, guests explain what they were trying to achieve with a given foreign policy, how they tried to accomplish those objectives, and where things went right (or wrong). Featuring conversations with America’s greatest foreign policy minds, including Thomas Pickering, John Negropont ...
 
What should future schools look like? How do brains learn? Some of the world's greatest educators, researchers, and community leaders share their stories and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
The Experience Delhi Podcast helps travellers to Delhi fall in love with our city. Anubhav and Ketaki run the award winning www.DelhiShoppingTour.com and have been helping travellers get a local perspective on Delhi and experience things that most travellers miss when the visit Delhi.
 
Welcome to Fizzy FactsTv, here we make podcasts on Interesting Educational subjects like Top 10 Facts, Biographies, Trending News, Science and many many more. We have a YouTube Channel too with the same name " Fizzy FactsTv " so don't mind checking that out too 😉. Thanks for listening, Enjoy Yourself. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fizzyfactstv/support
 
The Intercept produces fearless, adversarial journalism, covering stories the mainstream media misses on national security, politics, criminal justice, technology, surveillance, privacy, and human rights. A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
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In this episode, The Indian Express’s Amitabh Sinha explains what statistics to track as India crosses over 1 lakh confirmed cases of Covid-19. Then, Tabassum Barnagarwala, who reports on public health in Mumbai, talks about why the country’s financial capital is falling short of beds for patients. And finally, a quick look at super cyclone Amphan …
 
Episode 10 is an explainer on what medical insurance is. Why does everyone need to buy a good medical insurance plan? How to get the best one? We explain you all the details in a simple format. All the answers, simplified. Millennial Podcast is a new-age podcast helping young adults in India figure out the complex world of personal finance and inve…
 
Sponsored by Athena Club, Noom Are you being detained? You're free to skip this podcast but we don't recommend it. Most of y'all know ladybrain Emily Zanotti is a lawyer--and her husband is too! He joins the podcast for a much needed overview of the rights Americans have (and how to exercise them). James's podcast: Law Stories with James Skyles. Jo…
 
Andy Ngo Editor at Large of The Post Millennial Journalist Andy Ngo is suing the Portland branch of Antifa. He joins the podcast to discuss his lawsuit and the violent encounters he has had with Antifa. He also gives a background briefing on the organization, their tactics and delivers a clear rebuke to mainstream outlets who insist Antifa is some …
 
In 2005 the United States and India signed a historic civil nuclear deal. The agreement, and the ten-year defense partnership that accompanied it, provided a major boost to the emerging strategic partnership with India nurtured by the George W. Bush administration. It also jump-started the long process of welcoming India into the international club…
 
Socialism appears to be on the rise, increasingly appealing to younger generations as both an economic and moral 'solution.' Despite the proven economic benefits from capitalism, socialism is being touted as more virtuous. How can we re-frame and show that free markets aren't just better for the economy, but they are key to the pursuit of happiness…
 
Jonah returns for the weekend Ruminant to address the growing unease he gets from the national protest movements. What's going to be more damaging: the protests, or the massive overcorrection from the critics of the protests? With a little bit of perspective, it should be easy to see that everyone is manipulating data for their own ends - the epide…
 
The last time federal troops were dispatched to quell urban unrest was in 1992, when Army and Marines forces entered Los Angeles. Then-Gov. Pete Wilson, the man who made that request, recalls the events that led to his action. He also discusses the future of policing and, on the 16th anniversary of the passing of Ronald Reagan, reflects on their ov…
 
Teri has finally dragged the original Smart Girl, Stacy Mott, back into the fold. Stacy explains where she's been the last six years, and the girls reminisce about the past -- including their funny weekend with Andrew Breitbart. They also talk about how tea party rallies compare to today's rally-riots and how we get past the divide. Join the conver…
 
"Conservatives should be leading the civil rights movement," says Kay C. James, President of The Heritage Foundation. Conservatives have the solutions to solve much of the racial inequalities and injustices present in America today. James joins the podcast to explain that the answers to many of the issues plaguing the African American community, su…
 
Jane Coaston, senior politics reporter at Vox, joins Sarah and Steve for a wide-ranging discussion on racism and police violence as protests around the world continue over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Show Notes: -Read Jane's work at Vox -Follow Jane on Twitter -The story of Right Hand, Left Hand Join the conversation and comment on th…
 
Alana Goodman and Daniel Halper joined Ben Domenech to discuss one of the biggest criminals in recent history, Jeffrey Epstein, whose death has sparked major controversy within the last year. Goodman and Halper shared their knowledge and research from their new book, "A Convenient Death," in which they investigate the mysterious demise of Jeffrey E…
 
Sponsored by Laurel Springs School, The Zebra, Tommy John Now, that was a week. We try to put it all in some perspective -- the protests, the riots, the looting, and the politics and we do so with the help of our guests, Andrew C. McCarthy and Victor Davis Hanson. And yes, the Lileks Post of The Week is back to blow the lid off knitting clubs. And,…
 
Sponsored by Tommy John Join Jim and Greg as they cheer a May jobs report that was more than 10 million jobs better than the experts predicted. They also groan as the New York Times leadership continues to grovel to its millennial and Gen Z staffers who remain traumatized that an opinion column they don't agree with ended up in the paper. And they …
 
Stacey Lennox, a daily columnist at PJ Media, discusses how the Democrat Party has been co-opted by shadow groups, who Stacey names including individuals associated with leading 2020 Democrat Presidential candidates, culminating in the massive riots across America. We discuss the Lefts' long game that lead to the civil unrest, starting all the way …
 
As the lockdowns ease up, it's time to take stock of the damage done by the pandemic and to look towards recovery. So to discuss today's surprisingly strong jobs report -- as well as the recovery work that policymakers have ahead of them -- I'm speaking today with Michael Strain. Michael is the director of economic policy studies and the Arthur F. …
 
Today on the show Tom Cotton lives rent free in the safe space of the New York Times, white guilt is telling the rest of us what we can watch on TV now, defund the police is the new emotional response from the left, guns sales are thru the roof as more people realize the state has no interest in protecting them, some good economic news and the Pres…
 
This is a special episode that talks about the 6 foreign invesments Jio Platforms (Reliance Industries) has received in the past 6 weeks. What do these investors do? What are their plans? I bring you all the answers, in short. Millennial Podcast is a new-age podcast helping young adults in India figure out the complex world of personal finance and …
 
Some shocking (and confusing) good news today on both the economic and pandemic fronts: the nation's staggeringly high jobless rate began to recovery in May and New York City, the epicenter of the outbreak in America, recorded zero deaths related to COVID-19 on Thursday. What are the political implications of all this? Also, it's day two of the mel…
 
This week on "The Learning Curve," Cara and Gerard open with commentary on the George Floyd tragedy and K-12 education's role in addressing racial injustice. Then, they are joined by Jeffrey Riley, the Massachusetts Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education, to talk about the unprecedented challenges of COVID-19. Commissioner Riley walks t…
 
In this episode, GianCarlo and Amy discuss the dueling opinions in the case denying emergency relief to churches challenging California's Covid-19 restrictions. They also breakdown the five opinions the Court issued this week, which cover ERISA standing, foreign arbitral awards, the Puerto Rico Oversight Board, successive habeas petitions, and appe…
 
On this week's episode, we discuss the litigation that is ever increasing in the election law field. With November 3rdjust five months away, it's the perfect time to learn about effective ballot management and how to prevent election interference. Jessica Furst Johnson is Of Counsel at Holtzman Vogel Josefiak Torchinsky PLLC, focusing her practice …
 
Sponsored by Skillshare Coach Tea is back for a frank conversation with Bridget about George Floyd, the protests, the riots, the looting, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the concept of white privilege. They discuss the frustration that a real issue has become a Trojan horse for all sorts of other agendas, how the movement has been co-opted, wh…
 
Alex Berenson Former NYT reporter New York Times Bestselling Author Author of "Unreported Truths about COVID-19 and Lockdowns" Berensen discusses his analysis of the covid-19 statistics and the government's ill-advised policies in light of the latest known facts about the coronavirus. Berensen also discusses how his self-published book was rejected…
 
In this crazy time we're living in, what's the most accurate historical parallel? 1968? The 1420s? UMass Boston historian and all-around smart dude Vincent Cannato returns to the show for the second time to remind us of the scary-but-true reality: we are actually living in an unprecedented era. As the ancient faux-Chinese curse says, "May you live …
 
Kara and Scott talk about Zuckerberg doubling down on Facebook policy that allows Trump to continue posting inflammatory content on the platform. They also discuss a new lawsuit against Google that says the company may be breaking Federal wiretap laws when people use private browser modes. Plus a listener mail question on Amazon bonds and a predict…
 
On the Friday video interview edition of the Daily Daily Caller Podcast we talk with former federal prosecutor, Fox News contributor, and best-selling author of "Ball of Collusion: The Plot to Rig an Election and Destroy a Presidency," about the testimony of former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and the risks of upping of charges in the Geo…
 
The killing of George Floyd was "a tipping point for many Americans" says Kay C. James, president of The Heritage Foundation. James lived through the civil rights movement and has experienced segregation firsthand. Today, she joins the podcast to share her own story. "I thankfully have lived long enough to see that the America that I loved provided…
 
China's legislature approved a controversial new security bill nearly unanimously to implement on the semi-autonomous territory of Hong Kong that bans secession, subversion of state power, terrorism, foreign intervention, and allows mainland China to operate its state security agencies in the city. In other words, Hong Kong is losing its autonomy. …
 
In this latest episode sponsored by Tommy John and DoorDash, we discuss the indie-horror film The Lighthouse starring Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson. Sonny liked it, obviously. Vic didn't understand it, obviously. JVL rediscovers his HD DVD player. Plus advice on where to buy fancy faucets! Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episo…
 
Should Washington come to the rescue of several of the nation's largest states - California, Illinois, New York - currently experiencing budget shortfalls? David Henderson, a Hoover Institution research fellow and economist who studies state and federal budgeting, explains why such aid doesn't qualify, in the purest sense, as disaster aid. Did you …
 
In today’s episode we’re talking to The Indian Express correspondents in four states about how thousands of people returning home are affecting the handling of the COVID-19. Santosh Singh from Bihar explains why quarantine centres are being shut. Abhishek Saha explains how Assam seems to be on top of things. Abhishek Angad explains how another heal…
 
TOPICS: Standardized testing, vote-by-mail plans, classic children's literature, & returning to teach at Hillsdale Host Scot Bertram talks with Hillsdale history professor Paul Rahe about two recent essays on the use of standardized tests in the admissions process. Hans von Spakovsy from the Heritage Foundation discusses the dangers of vote-by-mail…
 
Can India's courts protect the country's environment? The Pragati Podcast revisits the topic on World Environment Day 2020 with returning guest and Supreme Court Lawyer Ninad Laud. Ninad was previously on Episode 73 of The Pragati Podcast to discuss the legal history of environmental challenges in India from the 1990s to 2018. This episode includes…
 
China is very active in building infrastructure for developing nations. For the last two decades, they have invested billions of dollars in Africa in the form of roads, bridges, and other critical infrastructure. Thanks to a recent Heritage report, we now see that they are also building high security government buildings for African nations, and ar…
 
The country watches the effects of the 1619 Project come to life in the form of weaponized social justice and anti-American riots. The ruling class goes full force in their efforts to unseat our elected president. Woke channels brainwash children with a gnostic leftist fantasy, and those who should know better sadly capitulate. Join the conversatio…
 
Fox News' Brian Kilmeade joins host Ben Domenech to discuss the state of media coverage during coronavirus and recent nationwide riots. Kilmeade argued there is a difference between those who are protesting and those who are rioting and looting. The media, however, has portrayed them both as justified in their pursuit of racial justice. Join the co…
 
David and Sarah discuss the stunning critique of the president from James Mattis, the events of the last 24 hours from Mark Esper breaking with the president to Tom Cotton's op-ed, they then breakdown the charges against the police officer who had his knee on the neck of George Floyd, and end with their thoughts on ';The Last Dance.' Show Notes: -J…
 
The United States was overwhelmed by protests this week, as thousands took to the streets to demonstrate against the unjust killing of George Floyd. Unfortunately, some protests turned violent, with organized groups such as Antifa exploiting outrage over racism and police brutality to sow further unrest. Sen. Ted Cruz joined the show to discuss pro…
 
Luke C. Sheahan discusses freedom of association and his book "Why Associations Matter: The Case for First Amendment Pluralism." Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/first-things/a-vanishing-freedom-conversations-with-mark-bauerlein/. Now become a Ricochet member for only $5.00 a month! Join and se…
 
When we talk about "the Founders" of the United States, we often think of the 55 men of the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, 1787. We might even think of the great defenders of the Constitution that emerged from the Convention, such as Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay. But to understand the Constitutional republic we have, …
 
Our first online virtual event was on May 4, 2020, with Forbes Inc CEO Steve Forbes. In this approximately 45-minute virtual discussion with the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute's executive director, Mr. Forbes shares ways in which the economy could get a jump-start once it reopens, including a one-year suspension of the payroll …
 
Today on the show General Mattis has a lot of words for President Trump, the New York Times has its safe space invaded by Tom Cotton, Drew Brees bends the knee to racial pressure, the markets have almost completely rebounded and coronavirus takes a break for social justice apparently. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https…
 
America is United... except for the left. We all agree on where the right and wrong are, but the Democrats and their media foster hate among us. Drew Brees can't even express his love for the American Flag, or America in general, without being lambasted and forced to apologize. Barack Obama addresses the nation, and does exactly zero good. Joe Bide…
 
Zack, Jenn, and Alex discuss the global impact of the anti-police violence protests in America. They talk about large solidarity protests across Europe, explaining why and how they’re such a big deal, and how police violence against foreign journalists is affecting relationships with key allies like Australia. They also talk about how hostile dicta…
 
As the country is rocked by the death of Mr. George Floyd and the resulting civil disorder, Dave hears from two people with crucial front row seats. First, Ricochet Co-Founder Rob Long calls in from New York City to share what he's seen downtown and what he sees in the country at large. Then, Ricochet Member Duke Powell calls in from Minneapolis to…
 
Join Jim and Greg as they react to former Defense Secretary Gen. James Mattis slamming President Trump's use of the military in response to massive protests in recent days, with Jim contending Mattis shouldn't be able to drop a rhetorical bomb like that and slip away without scrutiny. They also fire back to the fierce condemnation against the New Y…
 
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