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Drawing on over 300 years of British Army leadership experience, 'The Centre for Army Leadership Podcast' looks to establish what is required of our leaders and our leadership, to meet the challenges of both today and tomorrow. For the British Army, leadership underpins everything that we do. It not only ensures we do right by our people, it underpins our operational success. This podcast series seeks to harness diversity of thought and experience from military leaders as well as leaders fro ...
 
ThePrint.in is a news, analysis, opinion & knowledge venture, launched in August 2017 by editor Shekhar Gupta. It is sharply focused on politics and policy, government and governance. Its leadership team includes India’s most experienced & respected journalists with proven track records in the finest news organisations. We are headquartered in New Delhi, & are in the process of building a network across India because we believe in investing in high-quality investigative & questioning journalism.
 
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As the UK prepares to host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) later this year, Lieutenant General Richard Nugee CB CVO CBE joins the podcast to discuss leadership, sustainability and climate change. As the 'Climate Change and Sustainability Lead' for the MOD, General Nugee unpacks the MODs aspirations to reduce emissions a…
 
The global hunt for where the virus behind pandemic came from shows science, democracy and a sense of inquiry can overcome politics, ideology and omerta codes. Brought to you by @Kia India ----more----Read this week's National Interest here: https://theprint.in/national-interest/how-the-worlds-finest-minds-including-from-india-are-hunting-the-origi…
 
In this edition of #ThePrintUninterrupted, Senior Consulting Editor Jyoti Malhotra spoke to Dr Monali Rahalkar, genome scientist at the Agharkar Research Institute in Pune, who stayed up nights along with her husband during the lockdown to make some connections with a possible lab leak or an escaped animal accident at the Wuhan Institute of Virolog…
 
Controversial NCBS-Bengaluru study of bat viruses in Nagaland, believed to be over in 2019, continues. ICMR mum on probe. Govt doesn't want to own up either study or probe. Read full article here: https://theprint.in/health/nagaland-bats-wuhans-bat-lady-us-defence-funds-lost-icmr-probe-indias-virus-mystery/674478/…
 
Nestle recently acknowledged that over 60% of its food and beverage products are unhealthy. Studies have also found a link between decreased vitamin D level and frequent consumption of instant noodles.Read full article here: https://theprint.in/opinion/in-indias-booming-junk-food-market-there-is-little-room-for-nutrition/675688/…
 
Amid reports that Boko Haram chief Abubakar Shekau blew himself up to avoid capture by rivals, Shekhar Gupta tells you about the Nigerian terrorist group, its increasingly powerful offshoot, and why the problem of extremism in Nigeria and the wider Sahel region is nowhere near over, in episode 766 of #CutTheClutter…
 
Punjab & Haryana are among the states that fare poorly on the use of harmful nitrogenous fertilisers and groundwater, according to the Niti Aayog India Index 2021. Read full article here: https://theprint.in/india/governance/niti-aayog-index-shows-agriculture-booming-in-punjab-haryana-but-environment-paying-price/674710/…
 
For more than a decade Twitter was Modi govt’s favourite tech ally, but today the two are at odds over new IT rules. What is the new law, regulation, principle, and what’s at stake? And why it cures passions like a lovers’ tiff, Shekhar Gupta explains in Episode 765 of #CutTheClutter.By ThePrint
 
Doctors say self-medicating patients can end up with disastrous side-effects, and often keeps them from seeking critical hospital care at the right time. Read full article here: https://theprint.in/health/whatsapp-cures-easy-access-indias-hypochondriacs-make-self-medication-deadly-2nd-wave-issue/674226/…
 
The Prashnam survey clearly demonstrates the enormous tragedy in terms of lives and livelihoods that Covid-19 pandemic has inflicted on India.----more----Read the full article here : https://theprint.in/opinion/up-haryana-top-the-demand-for-employment-in-a-six-state-survey-about-jobs-jabs-and-cash/674387/----more----…
 
#GlobalPrint In this edition of #GlobalPrint, ThePrint’s Senior Consulting Editor Jyoti Malhotra asks why the Forum of Former Ambassadors, which is in close touch with the RSS, is embarrassed about its affiliation and what the differences are with another group of retired Indian ambassadors, including former National Security Advisor Shiv Shanker M…
 
The latest cargo to the international space station includes iridescent bobtail squid in an experiment that aims to study symbiosis in space. Symbiosis is when two organisms benefit each other mutually, and the squid derive their ability to glow or their bioluminescence from bacteria that live inside them. ThePrint’s Sandhya Ramesh explains how the…
 
Why the earlier vaccine distribution policy — between Centre, states and the private sector — failed. Shekhar Gupta explains the politics & somewhat startling mathematics which became the fundamental flaws in the policy, in episode 764 of #CutTheClutterBy ThePrint
 
Soumya Swaminathan, chief scientist at WHO, says there is no scientific basis to claim that children and teens will be affected more in the third wave.----more----Read the full article here: https://theprint.in/health/india-must-boost-surveillance-monitor-variants-to-fight-a-3rd-wave-whos-soumya-swaminathan/673063/----more----…
 
Following PM Modi's address to the nation as Covid-19 cases continued to decline in India, Shekhar Gupta explains the course-correction in the central govt's vaccine procurement policy, extending free food grains scheme for the poor, and an unending Centre-state tussle, 763 of #CutTheClutter.By ThePrint
 
Greater emphasis on Indian war heroes and texts such as Arthashastra in military studies being examined. Endeavour is to implement changes by India's 75th year of Independence next year.----more----Read full article here: https://theprint.in/india/new-marching-tunes-no-more-pre-1947-battle-honours-armed-forces-set-to-get-more-indian/673013/…
 
Sharks have been around for over 400 million years in the earth’s oceans and have survived numerous extinction events. However, new findings indicate that their population was decimated in the open ocean 19 million years ago, and sharks never recovered from it. ThePrint’s Sandhya Ramesh explains how these new findings were made and why they were co…
 
#NASA has announced two new orbiter missions to Venus, expected to fly in five years. ThePrint’s Sandhya Ramesh explains why the agency is sending spacecraft there, what is unique about the planet, whether it can sustain life, and why we want to study it to understand our own future. Watch in #PureScience.…
 
From Canada to UAE to Chile, Persons with Disabilities are getting home vaccinated. In India, there was no priority vaccination scheme for us.Read full article here: https://theprint.in/opinion/govts-vaccination-policy-leaves-persons-with-disabilities-behind-we-need-census-type-energy/671267/By ThePrint
 
EPFO payroll data, which captures data related to the organised & semi-organised sector, shows there was a sharp drop in payroll additions among those younger than 25 years. Read full article here:https://theprint.in/economy/indias-younger-workers-worst-hit-by-pandemic-women-far-more-vulnerable-epfo-data-shows/671115/…
 
May be I spoke too much outside Islamabad’s Press Club. But I have suffered too much, my colleagues like Asad Ali Toor are facing too much — attacks and pressure.----more----Read full article here: https://theprint.in/opinion/banned-from-geo-bullets-bomb-but-i-still-wont-leave-pakistan-hamid-mir/670436/…
 
In the past week, several housing societies across Mumbai have procured stocks from private hospitals and set up Covid vaccination camps within their premises.----more----Read full article here: https://theprint.in/health/modi-govt-said-no-to-door-to-door-vaccine-drive-so-mumbai-came-up-with-another-option/670462/…
 
In episode 760 of #CutTheClutter, Shekhar Gupta takes a look at the recent attack on Pakistani journalist Asad Ali Toor, and then prominent TV personality Hamid Mir being fired after a protest, and explains how it's just one out of a longstanding history of violence and intimidation against journalists in the country.…
 
In this edition of #Global Print, ThePrint’s Senior Consulting Editor Jyoti Malhotra describes the ongoing confrontation between the Pakistani media and the military establishment, in which Geo TV anchor Hamid Mir plays a starring role, and wonders who the new ‘General Rani’ is.----more----Read full article here: https://theprint.in/opinion/global-…
 
5G wireless technology continues to run into controversy, with actor Juhi Chawla now calling for evaluating its health risks. But what risks does it pose? ThePrint’s Sandhya Ramesh explains what is the new part of the spectrum that 5G uses, and why people think this could impact their health. Brought to you by @Kia India ----more----Supplementary r…
 
The Modi Indians voted for wouldn’t air-dash to politically important cyclone-hit states but stay indoors when crores are fighting coronavirus and government apathy. Our Political Editor D.K. Singh says in #PoliticallyCorrect.----more----Read full article here: https://theprint.in/opinion/politically-correct/lesson-to-modi-from-accidental-prime-min…
 
The Prashnam survey of nearly 15,000 people in six states, covering every rural assembly constituency, is unique in India.----more----Read full article here: https://theprint.in/opinion/modi-state-government-destiny-survey-asked-indians-who-they-blame-for-covid-deaths/670041/By ThePrint
 
The city reported 3,992 cases Monday — highest among five Indian metros. Experts say this may not be a cause for concern, noting the decline in cases and demand for beds.----more----Read the full article here: https://theprint.in/health/finally-some-good-news-from-bengaluru-covid-trends-show-decline-after-topping-all-metros/669538/----more----…
 
Kenya has handed over 12 tonnes of coffee, tea and groundnuts to India as an expression of solidarity as it fights the deadly second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. Shekhar Gupta explains why this friendly gesture caused controversy and why critics should look at the per capita GDP of the two countries before jumping to conclusions, in episode 759 o…
 
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