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The Catch Up: 6 July
3 Things
access_time5 hours ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
The BJP-Shinde government, updates on Zubair, and monsoon so far
3 Things
access_time19 hours ago
What the new Maharashtra government will focus on, the latest updates in the Mohammed Zubair case, and how the monsoon has fared so far.
The Catch Up: 5 July
3 Things
access_time1 day ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
Protests to save Aarey, fratricide in BSF, and the Maharashtra floor test
3 Things
access_time2 days ago
Protests to save Aarey forest, fratricide in the armed forces, and the Maharashtra floor test.
The Catch Up: 4 July
3 Things
access_time2 days ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
Amravati killing, floods in Silchar, and Neeraj Chopra breaks records
3 Things
access_time3 days ago
What we know about the Amravati killing so far, unprecedented flooding in Silchar, and Neeraj Chopra breaking the national record twice in two weeks.
Game Time: The debate of trans athletes in women's sport
Express Sports
access_time5 days ago
In this episode, host Mihir Vasavda speaks to Indian Express' Shashank Nair about the barring of transgender women from competition in swimming by FINA, the debate between inclusivity and fairness, and the case of Laurel Hubbard, the first openly transgender woman to compete in the Olympics.
The Catch Up: 1 July
3 Things
access_time5 days ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
Looking at India’s abortion law amidst debate over US ruling
3 Things
access_time6 days ago
While the world debates over the United States' decision to overturn Roe V Wade judgement, we take a look at India's abortion laws.
The Catch Up: 30 June
3 Things
access_time6 days ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
The Wild West of the metaverse with Sean Duca from Palo Alto Networks
Our Own Devices
access_time6 days ago
In this episode, host Nandagopal Rajan speaks to Sean Duca, the Regional Chief Security Officer for Asia Pacific at Palo Alto Networks about how to protect data in the metaverse, the question of identity theft and authentication, how the physical and digital world will blur, and the lack of rules and regulations in the nascent world […]
The brutal Udaipur murder, fuel shortage at pumps, and Hermit spyware
3 Things
access_time7 days ago
The details of the Udaipur murder case, why petrols pumps are facing a fuel shortage, and how the Hermit spyware targeted iPhone and android devices.
The Catch Up: 29 June
3 Things
access_time7 days ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
Zubair’s arrest, India’s digital literacy, and Gurgaon’s urban forest
3 Things
access_time8 days ago
Who is Mohammed Zubair and why was he arrested, the state of digital learning in India, and citizen’s initiative turning a mining site into an urban forest.
The Catch Up: 28 June
3 Things
access_time8 days ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
Problem with Russian sanctions, Congress seeks investment, and AAP’s loss
3 Things
access_time9 days ago
Why the Russian sanctions have hurt the West more, an RTI about the companies investing in Rajasthan, and Aam Aadmi Party’s defeat in the recent Punjab bypolls.
The Catch Up: 27 June
3 Things
access_time9 days ago
The headlines this evening from Indian Express.
Teesta Setalvad’s arrest, Karnataka wrestler wins gold, and VPNs exit India
3 Things
access_time10 days ago
Gujarat police arrest Teesta Setalvad in connection to Gujarat riots case, son of a daily wager from Karnataka wins gold in wrestling, and Nord VPN removes its servers from India.
Game Time: Indian football team's Asian Cup qualification and the long road ahead
Express Sports
access_time11 days ago
In this episode, host Mihir Vasavda speaks to FC Bengaluru United Head Coach Richard Hood about how to create a competitive football team at an Asian and global level, building neurological connections at a young age to develop skill, and the future of the sport in India.
Game Time: What Indian football needs going forward
Express Sports
access_time12 days ago
Earlier this month, India's senior football team qualified for the Asian Cup after defeating Cambodia, Afghanistan, and Hong Kong. But the road ahead is not going to be easy, and the team will have to put in considerable efforts if they hope to make a mark in the tournament. In this episode, host Mihir Vasavda is joined by FC Bengaluru United Head Coach Richard Hood to talk about the challenges that the team will be facing in the Asian Cup, and the road ahead for Indian football.
The Catch Up: 24 June
3 Things
access_time12 days ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
The Maharashtra political crisis, and how Shiv Sena was caught napping
3 Things
access_time13 days ago
Understand what led to the current political crisis in Maharashtra, and the lessons it has for the Shiv Sena and the Maha Vikas Aghadi government.
The Catch Up: 23 June
3 Things
access_time13 days ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
Bringing the metaverse into the workplace with Hendrick Witt from TeamViewer
Our Own Devices
access_time13 days ago
In this episode, host Nandagopal Rajan speaks to Hendrik Witt, the Chief Product Officer of TeamViewer about how the metaverse will interact with the enterprise space, the difference between the industrial and consumer metaverse, and being “device and paradigm agnostic” in order to move towards the true metaverse.
Tackling inflation, Biocon Biologics bribery case, and birds strike flights
3 Things
access_time14 days ago
Central banks raise interest rates to tackle inflation, CBI arrests five in Biocon Biologics bribery case, and the dangers of bird strikes on aircraft.
The Catch Up: 22 June
3 Things
access_time14 days ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
Express Investigation: Deleting history from the textbooks of future
3 Things
access_time15 days ago
Indian Express’ National Education Editor Ritika Chopra, political commentator Suhas Palshikar, and sociologist Yogendra Yadav on the sweeping changes that the NCERT has made to the social science school textbooks.
The Catch Up: 21 June
3 Things
access_time15 days ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
Why Bangladesh is worried about the Rohingya refugee crisis
3 Things
access_time16 days ago
Indian Express's Monojit Majumdar joins us to talk about the largest refugee camp in the world housing over a million Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and how the country is grappling with this ongoing crisis.
The Catch Up: 20 June
3 Things
access_time16 days ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
Behind the Agnipath protests, Assam floods, and India’s environment rank
3 Things
access_time17 days ago
Defence aspirants and veterans react to the Agnipath scheme amidst escalating protests, Northeast India's increasing number of big floods, and India's poor rank on the Environment Performance Index.
Game Time: The productisation of the IPL
Express Sports
access_time19 days ago
In this episode, host Mihir Vasavda speaks to sports lawyer Nandan Kamath about the historic new deal for IPL broadcasting rights, what effect it will have on current players as well as the supply of new players, and the aspirational quality of the IPL.
The Catch Up: 17 June
3 Things
access_time19 days ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
Another top cyclist alleges abuse, Presidential polls, and Agnipath protests
3 Things
access_time20 days ago
More Indian cyclists come forward with abuse allegations against coach RK Sharma, why Presidential elections matter, and an update on the protests against the Agnipath scheme.
The Catch Up: 16 June
3 Things
access_time20 days ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
Piyush Singh on the shift from big data to small data
Our Own Devices
access_time20 days ago
In this episode of Our Own Devices, our host Nandagopal Rajan speaks to Piyush Singh from Accenture about the rapid change in consumer preferences in a post-pandemic world. A pause in our physical human interactions pushed the consumers to a digital world overnight. How is this ‘phygital world’ (physical+digital) changing the consumer preferences and behaviours […]
Agnipath recruitment scheme, violence in Bengal (again), and Type 1 diabetes
3 Things
access_time21 days ago
First, Indian Express’ Krishn Kaushik talks about the Agnipath scheme, and how it is expected to change the recruitment process of defence services and decrease the money spent on defence pensions. Next, Indian Express’ Sweety Kumari talks about the violence that has erupted in West Bengal after protests took place against the controversial statements made […]
The Catch Up: 15 June
3 Things
access_time21 days ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
Why the Prayagraj demolition remains under the shadow of illegality
3 Things
access_time22 days ago
What led to the demolitions in UP, what the administration has to say about it, and the legal concerns they raise.
The Catch Up: 14 June
3 Things
access_time22 days ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
How 10-min deliveries are now risking the lives of delivery agents
3 Things
access_time23 days ago
Recently, 10-min deliveries companies like Blinkit and Zepto introduced new terms that has now led to the gamification of the quick commerce industry. In this episode, Indian Express' Soumyarendra Barik joins host Shashank Bhargava to discuss what these new terms are forcing delivery agents to do.
The Catch Up: 13 June
3 Things
access_time23 days ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
Express Investigation: Bridging a 2-year covid gap in Class 5 maths
3 Things
access_time24 days ago
Indian Express’ Sukrita Baruah spent 5 weeks in a fifth grade maths classroom in Delhi to observe one teacher as she tried to bridge the learning gap that occurred due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this special episode, she joins host Shashank Bhargava to talk about what she observed. From challenges that the teacher faced in dealing with children who were at different levels and the lesson plans she used, to how family environments impacted learning and what experts say should be done going forward.
Game Time: The future of hockey at the Olympics
Express Sports
access_time26 days ago
Host Mihir Vasavda speaks to Rod Gilbert, the editor of the Hockey Paper, and Nicolas Maingot, Senior Communications Manager at the International Hockey Federation, about the new format of 5-a-side hockey, whether and in which form it will appear in the Olympics, and the differences with the 11-a-side games.
Headlines at 8:30 PM on 10th June 2022
The Expresso Podcast
access_time26 days ago
You are listening to the Expresso News Update. Here is the latest news from The Indian Express. Beginning today’s evening bulletin with the top national news: Protest erupted outside Jama Masjid in Delhi after the Friday prayers demanding the arrest of suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma over her controversial remarks on Prophet Mohammed, police said. […]
The Catch Up: 10 June
3 Things
access_time26 days ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
Why cyber criminals thrive in India and rarely get caught
3 Things
access_time27 days ago
[REBROADCAST] Every year, thousands of Indians become victim to some kind of cyber crime, including getting defrauded by scam callers. In fact, cyber crimes have been on the rise for multiple reasons in the country. Recently, Indian Express’ Mohamed Thaver and Jayprakash S Naidu did a series investigating how cyber criminals operate, and why they […]
The Catch Up: 9 June
3 Things
access_time27 days ago
The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.
The art and science of recovery with Shayamal Vallabhjee
Our Own Devices
access_time27 days ago
In this episode, Nandagopal Rajan speaks to sports scientist Shayamal Vallabhjee about how technological solutions can be used to help the body recover, the historical importance and roots of recovery, and how technology and human knowledge go hand-in-hand.
Top cyclist faces harassment, a historic cancer trial, and gait analysis
3 Things
access_time28 days ago
A top cyclist accuses the chief national team coach of sexual harassment, a new drug cures all cancer patients in a medical trial, and how gait analysis is used in criminal trials.
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