Join Neha Mathews every Friday as she sits down with expert reviewers at the
Indian Express to discuss the best movies and TV to watch that weekend. From
the latest Bollywood flicks to binge-worthy shows on Netflix, she’s got all
the details and no spoilers.
Welcome to Varta Lab, a delightful concoction of stories featuring Aakash
Mehta, one of India's most obsessive storytellers on and off stage, and Navin
Noronha, who is an okay person. Together they tell stories to each other from
their life and welcome others to do the same. Fun times.
The Filter Koffee podcast is not an interview. It is a window into the minds
of the most interesting people that the host has met. A peek into their craft,
passions and convictions. Mostly, it is a conversation. The kind that leaves
you richer. The kind that only coffee can bring out. Karthik Nagarajan likes
his coffee strong, just like his conversations. This cryptographer turned
researcher turned screen writer turned marketer, sits down with creators,
activists, business leaders, and the occasional neighbour for an unstructured
chat. The only thing filtered on this podcast is the coffee. The Filter Koffee
Podcast with Karthik Nagarajan - Episodes out every Wednesday, starting 16th
January. You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM
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This is a show that focuses on agriculture and new techniques like Yogic Farming etc. and aims to bridge the gap between technological advancements and the farers of the local area.
Krishi Vigyan Kendra provides support to the farmers by educating about the best farming practices and eco-friendly methods. It also includes interviews with agricultural scientists, agronomists and doctors from the field. The show updates and enriches the farmer with knowledge on how to utilize his available farmland in the best and most effective manner by having more than one crop in single rotation. The show works in league with NGOs like ‘Dusra Dashak’ to endorse human rights among farmers. Apart from agriculture the show also airs the small voices of the villagers and their talents. The show also aims on promoting the different cultures of the society and coverage of the local programs, exploring the unique talent of the village and villagers.
Prevention is better than cure’ is the basic Theme of the show of the show. It deals with various common diseases and medical ailments, their details, causes, preventive measures.
The guest doctor provides useful tips for maintaining medical fitness and health of people and personal and communal hygiene. The show also provides some ways to adapt to the ever-changing environment and climate. The show facilitates with the expert doctor to give solution to the health problems of the people by phone or SMS.
Welcome to The Bollywood Project! We are Hani and Uzma, two brown girls living
in the US who love anything to do with Hindi films. This podcast includes
reviews of films, discussion of current issues in the industry or affecting
the industry, as well as some discussion on gossip. We hope you enjoy!
All public policies -- indeed, all actions by humans -- have two kinds of
effects: the effects that are intended, and visible; and unintended
consequences, which are invisible. The Seen and the Unseen is a podcast that
aims to examine both the seen and the unseen effects of our actions. Presented
by Amit Varma (a journalist for a decade-and-a-half, and winner of the
prestigious Bastiat Prize for journalism in 2007 and 2015 -- the only person
to win it twice), the show takes on a specific public policy in every episode,
and dissects its seen and unseen effects. For example: the ban on surge
pricing by Uber in Delhi. What is seen is that Uber no longer costs so much;
what is unseen is that you cannot get an Uber at all, because of the scarcity
that is a direct result of the price control. The host explains the economic
reasoning at work, and talks to an expert who breaks it down further. The host
will have a panel of experts at his disposal, from a variety of disciplines,
and will speak to a relevant expert in every episode. Subjects covered will
range from broad ones like the state of education in India, to narrower ones
like the banning of 'victimless crimes' like prostitution and gambling.
Kolkatans not only love Kolkata, they obsess over the city. Nilam covers every bit of the city- ‘acidity to festivity..sab milega Kolkata Cutting pe!’. She takes up city cuttings and dissects it ‘the Nilam way’! Small things about the city are spoken about from an unusual angle.
In Kolkata Cutting all the chords of the city are taken up which are there but never thought of / is so much a part of life that no one’s really noticed.
From Uttam Kumar's favourite tailor to Sourav Ganguly's craziest fan...everyone who reflect the spirit of the city is featured. I guess that's the reason Nilam is known as 'Kolkata ka GPS!
Josh Talks is a collective of remarkable stories from all across India. From
business to stand up comedy to social activism and even space exploration,
what you get through our talks is a whirlwind of our country seen through the
eyes of some of our most enterprising doers, achievers and change-makers.