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Maed in India - India's first indie music podcast that showcases the best Indian independent musicians from India and abroad. Each episode presents an interview with an artist/band along with an exclusive stripped down session or acoustic renditions of their original music. The weekly show prides itself on being the destination for new music, little known stories, and unreleased music never heard before. It features all kinds of artists from new-comers to veterans and under a variety of genr ...
 
On the Contrary by India Development Review (IDR) is a show about listening to people not like us. In every episode, host Arun Maira chats with experts as they share differing perspectives on an issue—caste, environmental sustainability, dissent. The goal is to get people who might sit on different sides of an issue to explore their similarities and differences, and find a new, shared understanding. New episode every Wednesday.
 
NoSugarCoat is a show that looks at understanding the entrepreneurial struggle. Hosted by pastry chef and owner of Le15 Patisserie, Pooja Dhingra, she talks to her contemporaries, fellow entrepreneurs, friends, and mentors to understand their journey, find parallels, learnings, failures, self-doubt and the realisation of one’s dreams through passion and perseverance. And of course, we make sure the sugar stays in the kitchen and out of the conversation! Now, Pooja’s expanding her understandi ...
 
Anupama Chopra is a film critic, television anchor and book author. She has been writing about Bollywood since 1993. Her work has appeared in publications such as The New York Times, Hindustan Times, The Los Angeles Times and Vogue (India). Here you can find all of her interviews and conversations with Bollywood and Hollywood's leading actors and filmmakers. In short, everything you need to enhance your cinematic experience.
 
This podcast is by #RG(Ritesh Gondhale) brings you skills, Knowledge,Experiences required you to become successful Businessman & Good Leader. This Podcast Also brings you knowledge and Experiences required for self improvement from various books,movies & Biographies of successful people's. Now I am publishing Biographies of successful peoples in India and World. Hope you will like this👍. My slogan " Listen More To Learn More|Share More to Get Much More".
 
What is romance? The heart-shaped emojis? The butterflies in your tummy? That one song that makes you cry? Join Bumble India and comedian Kaneez Surka on a quest to understand the idea of romance through music, food, films, travel, books, our hearts and minds. We talk to musicians, filmmakers, wedding planners, bakers, writers, psychologists, fashion designers and more to understand what it takes to create a romantic moment. They're all answering the big question: is romance dead? Or will lo ...
 
SEASON 2 IS NOW AVAILABLE ON AUDIBLE SUNO. Why is it difficult for women to prioritise their health? Why is there a vortex of guilt around women's bodies and their medical care? How do we alleviate the fear around women's deepest, most private health concerns? She Says She's Fine is a women's health podcast hosted by popular gynaecologist, Dr. Munjaal Kapadia, whose mission is to bust the shackles around patient-doctor hierarchy, and create a friendly, warm environment for his patients to be ...
 
DJ, producer & remixer Mo In AKA Mopsyin from Mangalore India. very Passionate from young age on electronic music scene like, Psytrance, Goa, Chillout, & progressive but all in all influenced by a great variety of music genres. Looking forward to Experience all Kind of Music from different cultures & will try to merge them together! For Bookings/Management Email:- mopsyin@gmail.com Collab: #YUDHDWANI Buy: https://goo.gl/VubY43 Latest Single: #KEEPMOVING Buy: https://goo.gl/3gxgzx EP: #BEPSYC ...
 
Shava Sadhana is a sanskrit term meaning meditation on a dead body. The meditating person sits down on a fresh corpse on the cremation ground and calls for the mother Smashan Kali who dwells there with immaterial spirits, so that she can possess the dead body and get in contact with the meditating person. Swamiji Shree Shree Kalidasha, the creator of the project Shava Sadhana, travelled to Calcutta many times on his numerous journeys to India. Calcutta, the centre of the Kali-cult, has fasci ...
 
Tune in to hear an ex Law Enforcement Officer turned real estate maverick that is turning the real estate world upside down by exposing real estate and damn near anything else. Listen in as host Scott Mosley and his infectious co-host Colin Sadler dissect and offer a unique insight on a broad range of topics. You will be glad you did. We will be interviewing thought leaders, entrepreneurs, professional athletes and many more. Some you will know, some you will get to know. This show is much m ...
 
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Welcome to June, a very special month for us here at Maed in India. Not only is it World Music Day on the 21st, June is also our birthday month, woop woop! So much to celebrate, not enough time, so let’s get this party started (sanitised and socially distant of course) with a tiny slice from the first mixtape of the month. Song: Abdon Mech - Give M…
 
Earlier this week the FBI, in conjunction with the Australian authorities, used an encrypted messaging app to swoop in and arrest more than 800 suspected criminals. On Business Weekly, we look at how they were able to crack global organised crime groups by running their own messaging service, putting it on bespoke phones and handing them out, throu…
 
In July 1971, Kissinger, then US National Security Advisor, made a clandestine visit to the People’s Republic of China – then America’s sworn enemy. At the time China was isolated from the outside world amidst the chaos of the Cultural Revolution. America was looking for a way out of the Vietnam war. Both countries had had no contact for over 20 ye…
 
As Iran prepares to hold its presidential election to select a replacement for Hassan Rouhani, BBC Persian presenter Rana Rahimpour brings together Iranians, both in the country and living abroad, to hear about their lives and thoughts. Three young Iranians discuss what it’s like to live in a country where many people want to leave and need two job…
 
Stand by for news from outer space: news the government never said it was collecting or considered important, perhaps because people who take UFOs too seriously risk ridicule sooner or later. That taboo is lifting. It will be Pentagon science and intelligence reporting this summer of 2021, on “unidentified aerial phenomena,” not just UFOs. Don’t ex…
 
Ibrahim Diallo got his first computer when he was five, which triggered a lifelong passion for programming. He has worked as a software engineer in the US for 12 years. A Guinean citizen, who went to French school in Saudi Arabia, and now lives in California, Ibrahim says he can count on one hand the number of black people he has worked alongside. …
 
Syrian born reporter Lina Sinjab presents a special series from Assignment’s award winning archive on the ten years of civil war in her country.This week Chloe Hadjimatheou tells the astonishing story of a group of young men from Raqqa, Syria, who chose to resist the so-called Islamic State, which occupied their city in 2014 and made it the capital…
 
The UN has predicted it could take two years for the world job market to recover from the Coronavirus pandemic. The hardest hit could be young jobseekers, who had almost got a foot in the door before it closed. We’ll hear from young people around the world, who have found their employment prospects shattered by the pandemic. We’ll also hear from Gu…
 
Hackers are making millions from ransomware attacks. What can be done to stop them? Ed Butler speaks to professional ransomware negotiator Kurtis Minder, about the increasing professionalisation of the ransomware business. Kimberly Grauer, head of research at Chainalysis explains why following the bitcoin trail may be the best way of bringing ranso…
 
The Nobel prize-winning economist and professor of psychology Daniel Kahneman focuses his latest research on the high cost of inconsistent decision making. In Noise, co-authored with Oliver Sibony and Cass R Sunstein, he looks at why humans can be so unreliable, and what can be done about it. He tells Andrew Marr that people working in the same job…
 
On this episode of NoSugarCoat, Pooja talks to India’s power couple of bread. Aditi Handa and Sneh Jain not only found a way to make sourdough a hit in India, but also figured out how to make the whole operation their bread and butter. Their artisan bakery The Baker’s Dozen, which started out as a bootstrapped venture, is now expected to generate 2…
 
The Olympic Games now look certain to go ahead in Japan in July. However, some people in the country are against holding the event, as it tackles a fourth wave of coronavirus cases, low vaccination and the extension of a state of emergency in Tokyo and other areas. Two doctors in Tokyo share their observations, experiences and concerns. As some cou…
 
The Chinese government is pleading for young people to have more babies. On Business Weekly we ask whether this new “three-child” policy will help reverse the ageing population. You can’t send babies out to work, so does the nation face a demographic time bomb? Plus, the growing industry of forensic genealogy is cracking decades old murder cases. O…
 
Mei Xu is a Chinese American entrepreneur who made it big in the US by setting up a global candle business. She grew up in Chairman Mao's communist China, but was educated at an elite school, where she learnt English with the aim of becoming a diplomat. That was until the pro-democracy, student protests of Tiananmen Square in 1989. After that she m…
 
This show first aired on May 21, 2020. The force of art to rescue a world breaking down; the power of music in particular to heal people one by one, perhaps all together: this was Yo-Yo Ma’s breathtaking mission for himself in his 60s, to nail down the convictions that have sustained his humble self at the very pinnacle of major-league music. His p…
 
The World Bank has declared Lebanon's to be "enduring a severe and prolonged economic depression" and said it is one of the worst economic crises since the mid-19th century. As fuel and food supplies dry up, and cash reserves dwindle, Lebanese economic columnist and former bank executive Dan Azzi warns "Armageddon" could be just around the corner f…
 
Syrian born reporter Lina Sinjab presents a special series from Assignment’s award winning archive on the 10 years of civil war in her country.This week an extraordinary story from 2016, reported by Mike Thomson, about a secret library stored in the basement of a crumbling house in the besieged Syrian town of Darayya. The library was home to thousa…
 
The rise of electric vehicles could see traditional service stations closing across the planet over the next two decades, and replacing pumps with fast chargers is unlikely to save them. Justin Rowlatt speaks to one entrepreneur hoping to profit from the rollout of EV chargers in every home and parking space, Erik Fairbairn of Pod Point. Meanwhile …
 
Are dating apps disastrous for women? Tamasin Ford speaks to writer and podcast hot Shani Silver about why, after 10 years on dating apps, she quit them for good. A dating app user explains how she would never have met a companion without dating apps and Nancy Jo Sales, author of Nothing Personal, My Secret Life in the Dating App Inferno who argues…
 
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