A serialized story-telling of the ancient epic of India - The Mahabharata Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
release date: 2022-10-28 Comments:Arts > Performing Arts
1. Beautiful and Astounding… - I am sure You guys are going to be famous on this Earth. Coming to suggestions: I like the way you focus to pick as it is a story but not hyping up Lord Krishna… In future you may face more questions about this story as it feels like unfinished and not satisfied (although nobody gets satisfied listening to Mahabharata it’s unlimited )so you guys should come back with another podcast focusing on the other point of view.. like focusing on this current and coming generations.. and pls pls pls.. make it faster episodes… can’t wait….. and to suggest on coming episodes pls don’t finish it I don’t want to see ending of the story………. I love listening to you guys… because I am learning so much I am even making notes to follow/change/things in my life… good luck guys Also pls start RAMAYANAM also….
2. Engaging and interesting - I thoroughly enjoyed this podcast series and have reach eps but I don’t see any further eps. Would be great if the rest of the eps could be made available as the story has reached it penultimate point. A must listen for all those interested in a good story. The Mahabharata is a complete narrative and has all the tropes of love, rivalry, friendship, ambition, revenge and ultimately the triumph of good over evil.
3. Mahabharata - It seems like I was addicted to the story, I used to listen to this story while working and it is amazing and this story is unfinished I hope you Will continue the story soon and we would have the wonderful closing about the whole Mahabharata story….directed by Shudipta bhaumik. .
4. OMG!! I’m addicted… - I’m searching is there any rating above . I started listening this podcast assuming what’s new in this story. Right from episode it made me to feel that I’m also sitting along with Ganesha and listening. The setting scene draws full attention towards the podcast and imagination comes out without excuse. Modulation by Sudipta and timely BG by Aviv takes the next episode with eagerness. All the best for remaining episodes and eagerly waiting for next episodes. Few interesting could have included are, Krishna’s character with introduction and relation to Kurus. I just felt Arjun’s elevation was talked more than Karna. I also felt it’s a boon from Indra to Karna rather than a return gift. Great going.. bfn
5. Mahabharata in Detailed - Great work done by Sudipta Bhawmik and Avi Ziv. He has mastered in telling the stories in such a way that it seems I myself is in the midst of the events. Mahabharata is a must for every Hindu and also recommended to everyone to know about righteousness and about the great history of India. Proud of our civilisation. Thanks to Sudipta Bhawmik and Avi Ziv.
A daily 5-min podcast explaining the most important finance and business happenings in plain English. India focused.
release date: 2023-03-31 Comments:Business
1. My morning coffee shot is Finshots - My day starts with a strong coffee in combination with Finshots. It’s become my daily routine to listen Finshots podcast during my morning walk. Thank you Finshots for making my every morning energetic, informative and meaningful with insightful content. Highly recommended
2. To the point. Interesting. But...? - The podcast is just the right duration to listen to while on my short drive to work. The voice of the person behind the podcast is also very listen worthy. The topics selected are pretty decent and there is a lot of learning value. ONE THING THOUGH: Nothing that will stop me from listen to the podcast, but the end credits ( "thank you for listening to...") have a sudden increase in volume (almost % increase) and it is HIGHLY IRRITATING. Especially when you're driving, you have to suddenly listen to something so loud. Please fix that.
3. Misinformation - First if all if u have basic economic knowledge then u can skip this entire podcast and move to economic times. They give comprehensive view about the subject. I watched look xi india is shining episode and it was completely negative. Speaker talked about only drawbacks about the night image. But its more than that. I know this coz i read article. I watched another episode about budget and battery swapping. Info given was wrong. He emphasised on cost of lithium but in fact cost is very less compared to other components plus u can recycle % item. He failed to mention this. Most of the articles are negative. And too basic.
4. Finshots is best financial news platform - Finshots topic selection are incredible, they cover some of the interesting things that are missed by mainstream media. They make short yet detailed articles that are understandable by anyone coming from non-financial background.
Please keep on making the Finshots.
5. Wistron incident. - Looks like the government’s more focussed even now on” ease of doing business” than workers benefits. How many more incidents like these are required to get them open their eyes?. Pathetic handling of the scene by the people. Hyderabadi companies never fail to amaze me for their ingenuity on how to cheat the system. Minerals delivered on two wheeler, public money siphoned off for private use, jewellery galore, what more?. Ruthlessness to the Max!!.. this is India!!.. Good analysis, where a cheaper rupee promotes export!!.. just what I thought too!!.. Scares me, the Chinese food shortages. V in India should not waste food either. Great analysis on cartels!!.. didn’t know so much happens behind the scenes!!.. HDFC is the worst bank ever. Their digital banking system is the worst in India. Joke actually.
6. Informative but easy at the same time - I came across Finshots through Zerodha. When I read the first article, it was so easy and I was able to understand each and everything said in the article that I subscribed immediately. Since then I have been reading and listening to Finshots articles daily. Keep up the good work guys. I loved it.
Join Matt Abrahams, a lecturer of Strategic Communication at Stanford Graduate School of Business, as he sits down with experts in the field to discuss real-world challenges. How do I send my message clearly when put on the spot? How do I write emails to get my point across? How can I easily convey complex information? How do I manage my reputation? Whether you’re giving a toast or presenting in a meeting, communication is critical to success in business and in life. Think Fast, Talk Smart p...
release date: 2023-03-28 Comments:Business > Careers
Huberman Lab discusses neuroscience: how our brain and its connections with the organs of our body control our perceptions, our behaviors, and our health. We also discuss existing and emerging tools for measuring and changing how our nervous system works. Dr. Andrew Huberman is a tenured professor of neurobiology and ophthalmology at Stanford School of Medicine. His laboratory studies neural regeneration, neuroplasticity, and brain states such as stress, focus, fear, and optimal performance. For...
release date: 2023-03-27 Comments:Health & Fitness
1. Science backed health protocols for everyone - The best podcast on deep health, fitness & overall wellness in all aspects of life. Gives a thorough explanation on why our body works the way it does & breaks a lot of myths. Does not hesitates to discuss, validate & debunk science backed natural & traditional methods that have been used in ancient health practices across the world. Has been a source of great implementable information for me & many across the globe. Thanks for bringing this out for ordinary folks like us.
2. Very informative podcast with effective tools - I tried the sleep tools and they really worked for me. I also have had depression and recently felt like I was slipping back into it. So Ive started doing the things Dr hubberman talked about, and they have helped me. I was crying incessantly for no real reason I could think of, even while I was listening to him and making copious notes, then went and took a cold shower, and I instantly felt better. The crying stopped, then I went and bought EPA supplements, even started exercising from today. Its been a really big help. Thank you so much Dr Hubberman. You have saved my life and my future probably. Im studying to get into a medical residency programme and have always been interested in research. This podcast also keeps my hopes up about my future prospects in research work and informs me about the amazing work that is being done.So thank you so much!!!!!!
You have no idea how helpful this has been.
3. Easily most helpful and carefully made podcasts out there! - Bringing useful science based tools to improve daily lives is a noble work and I thank Dr Huberman, his team and his guests for taking the time out to do so! Just a small note: it would be helpful if the episodes are numbered in their titles on Apple Podcasts as done on YouTube for easy reference! Cheers
4. From the heart to the masses - First , thanks to Dr.Andrew for this immense work for public .
I do not live in US , and from far from his home place he does create impact . His podcast on ADHD helped me become a better parent , just by making us aware of potential spectrum of ADHD and what kids go through . What I like about his podcast is he is very informal , often he repeats what he said and for me that is really really good because I don’t have to stop the podcast in middle to check back .
5. Excellent! - I am a regular listener to the episodes on YouTube! This is not just a science series with scientific studies and nomenclature which is interesting in its own right. It’s also educational and functional in a way that has a lot of relevance for daily application and well being. Dr. Huberman is knowledgeable, personable and, through the many guests on his channel, expands our window beyond his area of expertise and into the vast world of scientific wonders.
6. Amazing podcast - I got introduced to this podcast a little late and I wonder how much more my life would have changed if I had known to listen to this back when this was out! I consulted a lot of psychiatrists hoping to get answers to what was happening inside of me a few years ago and none of them were satisfactory. This podcast has almost cleared my chaos and I have stopped looking for the answers. Thank you Dr. Huberman for sharing your knowledge and insights. This has been enlightening. Please let me know where can I post a few of my questions. I’m really curious to learn more about brain.
7. Yoeman’s service - Dr. Huberman, Your podcasts are life changing! Thank you plenty for this. The physiological sigh is incredibly efficacious and is the best tool ever to feel good all over again. I’m so full of gratitude for your podcasts and look forward to acquiring this education ever so keenly. The podcasts are comprehensive and immensely beneficial.
8. Critical advice - Hi Huberman, what an epic podcast man. This is the best non sense resource in these days when our world is overflowing with information and nobody knows what to trust anymore. Thanks I have an important question. I would really like to get in shape and good posture. I know I need to exercise but I just can’t get myself or when I do I break off easily. I have important reasons to do this, even though I am not over weight or anything like that but I am desperate to feel strong and the look my best that I can. Whats wrongs neurologically that I can’t get motivated enough to do what is required ? Is laziness a condition? Can it be solved ? Thanks a ton bud.
9. Love it! - Dr. Huberman is doing great service to humanity by bringing science (neuroscience in this case) at our doorsteps. He explains everything in great, painstaking detail. He is very careful in not prescribing anything, but giving sufficient information so that people can make informed choices. He has me hooked on!
10. Truly life changing - This is hands down the best podcast on earth. Helped me make massive adjustments in my life, understand my physiology and fix problems that were messing with me forever. Highly recommended to anyone looking to understand this whole universe inside of us and use it to our advantage.
11. Blessing is human guise - This man is the best thing to happen to humanity. His empathy and inclination to share such vast knowledge in such beautiful and crisp podcasts has impacted my every single day in ways I can’t describe but I am sure those who read my review know exactly what I mean. Thank you so much for your humanity Doc.
12. Neuroscience of hunger - Hey Andrew, thank you so much for this podcast, it’s helped me so much in so many ways! I’m wondering if you could speak a bit more about hunger and hunger signals. My body doesn’t send me hunger signals — I just go straight to hangry. So it’s emotional signals instead of conventional “feeling hungry”. Any thoughts on how this works and how it can be improved? Thanks again!
13. Enriching - Even as a high-schooler and total beginner in the field of Neuroscience, it was extremely easy to follow and connect all the information that you fluidly presented in this episode. I especially loved the constant connect of concepts with how we can build tools. In line with that - are there any existing tools to measure there minute - minute rhythms / any chemical or electromagnetic means to do so, so as to maximise our potential not only by estimating when we’re most alert but also empirically knowing it? Thoroughly enjoyed the podcast, excited to learn more!
14. Loved every bit of this first ep. Can’t wait for more. - Hi Andrew/ Prof. Huberman, The way you teach makes me excited about wanting to learn about neurobiology than bored :) It’s truly inspiring how you make it easy to grasp and I am intrigued to want to know more. You’re such a star and the world is definitely better off to have you exist in it. Perpetual fan for life,
My name is Jay Shetty, and my purpose is to make wisdom go viral. I’m fortunate to have fascinating conversations with the most insightful people in the world, and on my podcast, I’m sharing those conversation with you. New episodes Mondays and Fridays. Listen anywhere you get your podcasts, and please rate and review the podcast if you enjoy it. Live life today ON PURPOSE.
release date: 2023-03-27 Comments:Health & Fitness > Mental Health
1. Thank you Jay. - I’ve been having such a tough time going through life. I’m years old and I feel like giving up. I feel like I’ve lost control of my life and my purpose. But listening to your podcast has been so inspiring. I’m so grateful to your podcasts Jay! Each and every episode has so much to offer. I’m learning to focus on self acceptance and self growth. Your words have been a constant reminder for me to never give up. So so grateful Jay, thank you.
2. Thanking Note - Dear Jay Sir .. Hello .. I m Divya Gilitwala from India living in Surat city . I have literally become fan of yours.. Reading your book “ Think like a Monk “ & listening your podcasts have become part of my life & my routine.. Feels like getting more & more attached to your words, your voice ,your personality..I am really feeling in love with it ..Feeling grateful to you from the bottom of my heart for sharing & imparting such profound knowledge.. Thanks a billion once again..
3. Thanking note - Dear Jay I’m an IELTS teacher and my students are generally above ,so I’ve to motivate them continuously and consistently The day I started listening your podcasts, I feel energetic and have a clear vision towards my work and how to help my own self so that I can help others Thank you for your help and goodness Nameeta
4. My weekly me-time - Dear Jay , This is Anusha from Bangalore. I am new mom . . .even with a month old I take time to listen to you . Every Sunday I take an hour long bath and I listen to you in parallel . This is my me-time and also the time I invest in my future self . Your sessions , I believe , are tailored for me . They resonate so well with me .
5. GRATITUDE - Hi Jay.. This is Pravallika from India
First of all I am very glad to share this with you , you know what, I feel like I am talking to you while writing this review. Second of all I am very thankful to you that you changed my life all of a sudden when I started listening to your podcasts and also after reading your book “Think Like a Monk”. Even though it’s just less than a month I started listening to your podcasts, I realised that I should change my perspective of looking the way of life to be lived and I am very thankful to have a friend like you. I wish you good luck and keep motivating everyone as the way you always do.
6. Thankful to Jay for this Podcast. - Hey Jay. Its Dr Simranjeet this side and i just can’t tell you how much i’ve been at peace since i started listening to this podcast. Its been yrs since i began listening and i’ve even read your book and even have an audiobook just to listen. Your voice is so soothing. I cycle daily listening to your podcast and im truly dissociated from everything at that very moment. I wait for episodes to come always. Thank you so much jay.
7. Helplessness - I enjoyed listening to your podcast, as it always makes me think! People around me think I do too many things and am strong whereas I feel helpless about certain aspects of my life. Isn’t it so with many of us? We achieve a lot in certain areas but are helpless in certain. Does that still mean we are leading a life of helplessness?
8. THE SECRET KEY - Your Podcast Plays Integral Role In My Routine Life. I Have Been Listening Your Podcast Since Last Year. So I Would Like To Tell You That The Most Interesting And Fascinating Thing About You is That, When You Suddenly Laugh In Conversation With A Guest Is That. It Gives Me More Sense Of Satisfaction. Consequently, I Laugh Out Loud Too And People Start Staring Me. While I Reply Them What Happened Guys ? I’m “on purpose”. ( Be Happy )
9. solution to my stress - I don’t usually listen to podcasts because I find them boring and just listening to someone talk makes me sleepy but listening to Jay Shetty’s podcast changed my mind. His voice is so soothing to listen to. I started listening to his podcast a few days back while cleaning my room thinking I will become a bit positive in life after listening to it which actually worked!!
Would love to hear more podcasts talking about how to control anger and deal with peoples toxic traits because I feel am surrounded with people with those traits and recently I have been having trouble with some of my friends cause I can’t control my anger.
10. Truly life changing - I’m obsessed with your podcasts! Especially the ones on love! Your content here gives me a perspective on my relationship with not only my partner but also with myself. It helps me improve in various facets of life. I am so thankful to you for sharing this wisdom with all of us! We’re lucky! Lots of love to you Jay!
11. Works - Hi Jay,
I don’t really know if you are gonna read this but I really wanted to tell you that your show ‘on purpose’ is my personal favourite and your book ‘think like a monk’ is an incredible book. I have been practising the techniques that you shared in the book and it has changed my perspective about life like a degree turn. I hope you keep up with the work you are doing ‘cause it’s changing the people around the world and it’s making our lives better.
Wishes for your family and hard work
12. Self discovery - Hi I have been following your podcast for a while now and all are really life changing. But the podcast today on negative traits opened up my eyes and made me dive into myself as well to look for these traits. I just wanna thank you for this podcast since it has really changed how I react to situations and people.
13. Survival - I wouldn’t have been able to survive without this. These podcasts are helping me get through an extremely painful time of my life. I discovered Jay’s book during lockdown. It was the most difficult time of my life because I had gotten married then and living with a joint family when lockdown happened. So lot of things were triggering me. But listening to Jay calmed me down so much, that I made it a point to go for a walk in the parking lot, put my headphones on and listen to Jay talking (through audible). It was like meditation, like therapy for me. It canceled the negativity I felt, and gave me so much calm. And ever since then I haven’t stopped. Every episode of the podcast teaches me something and I continue to learn. I hope one day I’m able to meditate in silence , but for me listening to him is meditation.
14. Pivotal Podcast - Hey Jay, This is Mariam from India,
I’ve been listening to your podcast for almost two years now regularly. It has been so helpful and I found myself and am growing everyday due to it.
I can’t stop recommending it to everyone I come across and posting about it everyday on my Instagram. Love your work!
Thank you for this podcast, I’m grateful to be able to listen to you and learn from you.
15. To JAY - Hi Jay , this is Ramya from India. I love listening to your podcasts and I totally enjoy it. Honesty I have to say this at some point of time I lost myself , confused, didn’t know what to do. At that time I had listened to your podcasts and I also read the book “Think like a monk” and that book will be with me forever damn sure. I had all my answers in that book. I started reading the book with “a” mood and I’ll get the answer for “a” mood at that time itself. Thank you for making my life and seeing the things in another perspective which I didn’t see before. THANK U SO MUCH JAY AND THATS WHAT I CAN SAY . I wanted to do something for you but couldn’t get what is it. Maybe definitely in future I’ll meet you and express the feelings truly. LOVE U JAY .
16. Truly enriching the world! - I have recently started listening to On Purpose and I can’t stop listening to your voice Jay it’s so calming in itself and the wonderful insights that you provide in each one of them are just so enlightening which has improved my mental health to a great extent. I badly wanted to go for a therapy with all the anxiety and stress in my life when I came across On Purpose which completely changed my mindset that I can be my own therapist with Jay Shetty! Loads of thanks to you to encourage me to look within and be a better person each day! Love from India -Arya
17. What happened to you. - Greetings from India! My name is Ranjini Rao and I reside in New Delhi. Dear Jay, I am an avid listener of your podcasts. Oprah, I have never missed a single episode of the Oprah show which always steered me in a direction of awareness- of my surroundings, situations, experiences, people and above all of myself.
My deepest gratitude to that beautiful essence which is the true you. Dr. Perry, I am absolutely mesmerised by the simplicity of tone that you have set along with Oprah for a subject as deep and layered as trauma. This episode came at a time when I needed it the most. Thank you to all three of you and may each of us continue to tread this path with greater and deeper awareness.
18. Good start for self growth and development - Hey Jay, It’s been such an incredible start to a journey with you. Recently I have taken a step towards self growth and development and I have been listing to you since then and I feel absolutely amazing. It just feels so right and feels like you are person I needed at the time and throughout my journey. Listening to you every morning as I walk has really made a huge impact on me. I would really like to thank you in person, I hope I will one day, until then a huge Thank you for making my life better. Poornima M Hottigimath
19. Honest reviews. - I’m years old from India. Am following Jay Shetty from last years. Everytime I’m in a discomfort, listening you brings immense peace to me. I am an emotional slave, that’s maybe what i’ve inherited, but I want to change, and I’m trying, following you and not giving up. You’ve been with me in the hardest times. You don’t know it but everyone who know me know you and that you are my mentor. Thank you so much Jay Shetty. I love you
20. Priceless words of wisdom - Hi sir, your podcast is so insightful, that I have listened to all the episodes in just a month’s time… one lead to another uninterrupted…I specially looked forward to the min doses of wisdom which you shared…Though, the concepts you spoke about aren’t new or something I hvent heard of, but the way you present them, really pushed me to push my boundaries and take a step towards practising them…I always make it a point to save the episode, take notes n share via insta all the bits that I find useful… I cannot thank you enough for such eloquent pieces of thoughts you share with us and help make our lives more enriching n lively…
Kudos to you n d entire team for each bit of effort that goes behind each n every episode..every minute spent on it is worth it..
21. Weekly dose of therapy. - Jay. Your voice, the conviction with which you speak, the kind of questions you ask, the love and energy in your tone and the stories you tell, motivates me, gets me geared up for the week and makes me believe that I can absolutely take on any challenge that life may throw at me. This podcast is a gift to so many of us. Thank you!
22. Invite Daaji from Heartfullness - Great work Jay. Buy inviting various speakers in your show, you are not only adding another dimension to us but also growing your horizon too. All the best. I’ve listen to your recent podcast with Demi. You could invite Daaji from Heartfullness who can share a whole all-together different dimension to why, how and what to meditation to every who is listening to your podcast. Great initiative.
23. Peace and Balance - Dear Jay,
Peace and Balance are the two buzz words in my life. Thank you for breaking them down with so much clarity.
Your podcast is so mind blowing. Thank you sharing your wisdom and wanting to make this world a better place. We all deserve it!
Wishing you success in everything that you do.
Advanced English learning. The best podcast to learn English. Short English lessons with an experienced native English teacher. Most beneficial for intermediate to advanced English learners. Join to become a confident English speaker. Visit www.englishlessonviaskype.com to check out my advanced English intensive courses, online English lessons on Zoom/Skype, online English courses and much more!
release date: 2023-03-22 Comments:Education > Language Learning
Sadhguru, founder of Isha Foundation is a yogi, mystic and spiritual master with a difference. An arresting blend of profundity and pragmatism, his life and work serve as a reminder that inner sciences are not esoteric philosophies from an outdated past, but a contemporary science vitally relevant to our times.
release date: 2023-03-30 Comments:Religion & Spirituality
1. Life turning inwards - I am a Neurologist and it’s been years since I started meditating and I can’t thank Sadhguru enough for his guidance.
When I see few people in the comments section calling this Pseudoscience, I just can’t stop laughing at their ignorance and pity them for what actually they are missing . People who don’t really know what science is … call this pseudo.
2. Good logic - But most of the times we have listened to his ideas, somewhere else. We have read it somewhere, earlier, hence nothing new. I have read Osho, and because he had originality and no partiality in thoughts, he was a revolutionary, thats why these babas are trying to copy him, but in vain. Now here, this baba is average but with excellent knowledge and oratory skills, thats it.
He seems to be more commercial and inclined towards a political party. Also, The way his speech starts with this annoying music and ends with the same, conveys how his promoters are desperate to reach out to mobile holding youths. Read him and listen to him, not a waste of time but nothing extraordinary. Thanks!
3. Great words of wisdom but... - I listen to to the wise words at bedtime and it helps me nod off while my mind is busy deciphering the wisdom but in the new episodes, jarring music has been added at the beginning and at the end of each episode that prevents me from falling asleep. It would be very helpful if the disturbing music is removed or maybe replaced by soothing sound of flute or any other soft tune. Thanks!
The day’s top stories from BBC News. Delivered twice a day on weekdays, daily at weekends
release date: 2023-04-01 Comments:News
1. Broadcaster par excellence - When there was no tv and the otherwise independent media had limited influence, BBC was second name for objective reporting. Having enjoyed their Hindi and Urdu services also in the eighties and nineties now I am a die hard fan of their English reporting. Wma, Allahbad india
2. Me - The objectivity, journalistic standards and presentation are wonderful as long as they don’t concern any mainstream political subjects of United Kingdom.
While there is a pretence of left leaning, empathetic to poor and suffering, there is never really a craving for objectivity in matters of wealth and poverty, exploitation of the poor and poor nations, geo-political interests bordering on a hunger to devour! The reporting appears ludicrous whenever it begins to speak about China, Russia, Putin, xi jinping, Venezuela, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Afganistan, wiki leaks, Asange, Snowden and so on subjects, the tone and content is not very different from the expression of sychophants in Banana Republics! But that may be what most pro- establishment Brits think, feel and know as laws of nature and the world created by God! Yet, BBC is helpful as reporting agency, when the topics are not within their core interests, or about which they can never be objective, like espousing the right keep the gold from dying starving Venezuelans, and queuing up to hand it over to a despicable CIA mercenary like Juan Guaido, sounding how an outlaw is Maduro Government ruling Venezuela, and recognised by a hundred and fifty countries but not recognised by USA and it’s Cohorts! Real objectivity shows when it is about yourself! God bless BBC! It is an useful player!
3. Wonderful podcast - I just love to start my day and end my day listening to this podcast. I would be humble to participate in any programs for this podcast. It covers most of the important world news for each day, happy to hear sometimes about news about my own country too- India. Here’s love from India for this podcast and wish success. I would recommend GNP to anyone
4. I pity the foolishness of my fellow Indians... - I see pompous speeches on British colonialism down in the comments which of course is ruthless for all the colonies of British, but taking it out on a British news channel which is reporting what’s really happening in Kashmir unbiasedly without any government influences where indian media is failing to the core and degrading the values of fourth estate, is “foolishness”, stop fighting for the freedom which we already own... think about the freedom of Kashmir people suffering with the halt of social communication in st century for almost weeks, while we have the privilege of listening podcasts and to complain about British colonialism, our fellow brothers and sisters of Kashmir can’t even know the welfare of their families, if you still don’t have any idea on intensity of the problem, try not touching your phone for days, then you can surely complain about British biased BBC.
I sincerely appreciate BBC for bringing the real news out for us.
5. Great news coverage - Despite fox new and other fake news that covers biased news BBC covers accurate news. BBC reporters work to bring out news in most truthful forms. Ignore all those reviews saying they’re building negative hindu image its false BBC is reporting what happened not what a political party broadcasting. The news is accurate and real. I hope bbc also covers Kashmir issue and Mexican border.
6. Good worldwide overview but biased - The show gives you a good dose of the global stories first thing to start your day with. Extensive and relevant coverage of international politics, environment etc. Lack on coverage of business news, stock market stories etc. A bit biased against certain countries and world leaders.
7. This review may not really change things...but still - Bias...Colonialism...One sided...Racist...Self seeking...are things already mentioned about the BBC The best option after several years of subscribing - is to leave the BBC’s written, spoken and visual reporting and choose a more balanced medium. Or frame one’s opinions by other means. Goodbye. And knowing how it works - I guess no regrets on either side!!
8. Still Living in old charm Britain has passed its charm so is its bbc - Britain has done tremendous harm to many civilisations but still it thinks its in command of the world and its organ bbc behaves like a self styled leader about everything on this earth but both are sadly mistaken their own house is in doldrums please give unbiased coverage India is a sovereign nation we can not be dictated by those who have passed their prime and nobody Listens to them
9. Broad but biased - In India Hindus - despite being the most accommodating of all people - face the bias of negative coverage from bbc. Unfortunately rapes and murders are not unusual in today’s world. Muslims are portrayed as a victim of “right wing Hindu mobs” for the most minor crimes and given lavish coverage. When the victim is a Hindu either there is no coverage or it is made to look like a general crime or given non religious reasons deliberately. Ignoring the hard line conversion activities by other religions in India, Hindus are regularly portrayed as intolerant. Change your tone BBC and reduce bias.
10. Mostly good but-ve Biased about India topics? - What I’ve observed over course of last . years of listening to your podcasts is that the amplification of negativity when some news (mostly negative) is covered from India. I can speak about India since I live there. For eg a recent coverage about a lynching incident(?) in Banglore received quite some news time from you. But this was not even Bangalore and was not even a topic here locally. This has been my observation so far. It’s fair to say that despite living in India, I myself am surprised on occasions with some practices followed- but I observe to understand and not resort to judgement or arm chair criticism. Your “believeability” takes a hit every time you amplify some negative news. That apart, I’m still in the mode of listening to your podcasts. Kind Regards
11. Highly recommended - My day will not end without listening to this amazing podcast. They are so crisp and clear about the events happening across the world. I imagine myself walking through the events every time I listen to this amazing podcasts. I strongly recommend everyone to listen and get addicted to this amazing podcasts .
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release date: 2023-03-24 Comments:Education > Self Help
To make sense of the week’s hottest stories in business, economy, politics and markets, journalists from the Economic Times chat with reporters and industry leaders in this thrice-weekly (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday) podcast.
release date: 2023-03-29 Comments:News > Business News
1. Biased when political, good when economics - Watched episode Understanding UP Ram Roti and Rojgar. It kind of felt like most backward people speaking on podcast. U guys still talking about cast calculations when UP has moved on. Ive watched ur episode on ladaki hun. That episode was biased towards congress. They basically pained picture that Ladaki campaign is most successful campaign in UP. ET gives good episode when economy. But they suuck when it comes to politics.
Every weekday, TED Talks Daily brings you the latest talks in audio. Join host and journalist Elise Hu for thought-provoking ideas on every subject imaginable — from Artificial Intelligence to Zoology, and everything in between — given by the world's leading thinkers and creators. With TED Talks Daily, find some space in your day to change your perspectives, ignite your curiosity, and learn something new.
release date: 2023-03-30 Comments:Education
How do empires rise? Why do they fall? And how have they shaped the world around us today? William Dalrymple and Anita Anand explore the stories, personalities and events of empire over the course of history. The first series looks at the British in India, covering the East India Company, the Raj, Gandhi, Independence and Partition.
release date: 2023-03-28 Comments:History
1. As good as a history podcast can get! - By far the most interesting podcast ever. Anita, William and their amazing guests take you through a journey and you seem to see through their eyes. Master storey telling matched by some of the best people out there.. you know when you hear them :). So lucky to have access to this podcast thank you!
2. Absolutely amazing Podcast on the British Empire - This is a must listen for anyone interested in History and Politics of the Indian subcontinet. The insights that William and Anita have based on impeccable research and close interactions with people who know the subject well is something not to be missed. This podcast will definitely help many people re-caliberate their existing perceptions of the British Raj and some of the people involved in the politics of the Indian freedom movement.
Further on the podcast is also plans some other interesting Empires like the Ottoman Empire. It’s one of the best podcasts, I’ve heard in a while!
3. Learn - There are stories that you don’t know and there are stories that were told to you in a different tone. After all, history is written by the winners but updated by the sufferers after the winner is gone. This podcast bridges that gap to help understand what might have really happened. Highly recommended if you are interested in knowing what happened in those decades.
Conversations about science, technology, history, philosophy and the nature of intelligence, consciousness, love, and power. Lex is an AI researcher at MIT and beyond.
release date: 2023-03-25 Comments:Technology
1. Varied and always thought provoking - I came across Lex by accident and heard him in the Tim Ferris podcast. Since then I have heard his podcasts regularly and enjoy the width of topics and guests he interacts with. Always thought provoking and with great depth and sensitivity. I highly recommend this podcast.
Desi Killers, Desi Kidnappers, Desi Criminals - find them here. Brought to you by Aryaan Misra and Aishwarya Singh, powered by Lost Debate. We are your one stop shop for all things Desi, and all things Crazy. www.desicrime.com Tooooooooo much of true crime is centered around America - New York murder this and Chicago Killer that. What about the Delhi Dons and Karachi killers and Bangladeshi Burglars?! If you are tired of the the same-old American murderer, British killer, Australian kidnapper, C...
release date: 2023-03-25 Comments:True Crime
1. my most favourite show of all time - i never could listen to true crime podcasts without being horrified and traumatised but aishwarya and aryaan here are narrating true crime stories without the unwanted stabbing and screaming sound effects and not only is it entertaining, but also, its helping people identify red flags, which in someway is definitely going to stop people from getting into difficult situations like the ones described in the podcast. a dark sense of humor mixed with a deep love for true crime and sympathy and a sense of wanting to get victim families justice is what makes the desi crime podcast extremely special. the way the cases are narrated, it’s amazing. i would say the gurugram murder case was one of the finest cases that they’ve covered. there’s burari, too. they get better with every episode, the quality of the effort they’re putting into this podcast increases with every episode. im super proud of aishwarya and aryaan as a fellow indian. kudos to their podcast and youtube channel (go check it out if you haven’t already!!!!!!)
2. From one Aishwarya to another… - Having been a junkie of crime podcasts and YouTube channels, I have always been yearning for desi content. When I stumbled across the Desi Crime Podcasts, I could help but binge hear all the episodes and boy was I hooked. Aryaan and Aishwarya have a great knack for storytelling and keep you on the edge until the very end. Can’t wait for new episodes to upload. Great great love for hosts and a thank you for opening the horizons for Desi Crimes…
3. FINALLY AN ENGLISH DESI TRUE CRIME PODCAST - Aaryaan and Aishwarya have mastered the art of getting better every episode that they make. Whilst mixing it up with human stories on their monthly chai and chitti episodes, they keep the original true crime vibe intact by narrating known and unknown gruesome, brutal and messed up crime stories. The writing keeps getting better and that is what makes it so good. I hope they never find their ideal podcast and always keep improving.
4. WORKOUT BUDDY- - This is hands down some gold that I’ve landed on. There so many reasons that I love this podcast, but I’m going to list down my top reasons below: . I love crime/horror podcasts/stories and this is it guys, this one checks all the boxes . The cases that come up aren’t always the most famous one’s which means that they put only the most well researched ones on this. And you will know that if you pick any one of the episodes . This is my perfect workout buddy and has been helping me stay consistent in my journey to workout everyday. The episodes are usually - mins long and perfect for one sesh. If I get too lazy I just scroll to find one episode that would help me get out and get it done. I look forward to the new episodes! Now I am just hearing all the episodes all over again until a new one shows up . Other than the above, both Aishwarya and Aryaan are really great at delivering the heart of every incident of someone’s story, someone’s life. Love the podcast and the hosts!
5. THE BEST - I watched Only murders in the building and I decided to start listening to Podcasts And i came across to yours. And trust me i didn’t try to search any other channels for Crime stories. You guys are doing so good. I listen to you guys everyday since i started late i have too many stories to catch up.
6. My first podcast, definitely one of my favourites - I began listening to podcasts only recently, and this was the first. I listened to all the episodes back to back, while working, while walking my dog, while driving. It remains my favourite, though I definitely wish they had more episodes a week, ha, ha. I’m not a fan of Chai aur charcha, so skipping those episodes leaves a larger gap. Please don’t stop!
7. I downloaded this app just for this podcast! - Absolutely in love with the thrill and magnitude of emotions Aryaan and Aishwarya convey, the stories are no longer stories- they echo somewhere!
Ever since I switched to apple, the only reason I have the podcasts app is because I want to listen to them.
This was the first podcast I ever heard, and the only podcast I’m hooked to!
8. this podcast changed my mind about podcast!! - I’ll be honest when I was recommended this podcast I was a bit apprehensive as I’ve never really enjoyed podcasts before this one, but this one is so engaging and it keeps you on your toes and leaves you craving more. As a true crime enthusiast this is definitely one of the best I’ve heard and love the representation of the desi community.
If you’re a true crime addict you need to listen to this podcast cause if you’re not you’re seriously missing out. The way its narrated keeps you on edge and has you saying “just one more episode!” At : AM, cause you’re too interested to stop listening and you’re a bit spooked to sleep. keep up the great work!!! :)
9. THIS IS AMAZINGG - Can you just imagine two “amazing year olds” making the best of the content bring up stories that had been hidden from the world and still devoting every single second they have in making this podcast so special. Aaryan dude you are my favourite I love you so much you are an inspiration brother you are incredible. And Aishwarya you, all the incredible episodes are brought forward by you I JUST LOVE IT !!!! I’ve been a crime podcast fan since long but when I came across you guys it was the time that was a turning point. You guys are incredible you are fantastic the desi taste you make in the podcast is what differs it from others absolutely love you guys !!!!!!! THISSS IS THE DESI CRIME PODCAST AND I’M A DESI FAN EAGER FOR YOU TO RELEASE AN EPISODE EVERY FRIDAY !
Absolutely love you guys so so so much. All the episodes are so so so good it feels like ik my surroundings better now you give a great lesson “know your surroundings well”. Thanking you I SWEAR TO GODDDD THIS IS LEGIT THE BEST THING I’VE EVER HEARD LOVE YOU SO SO SO MUCH AND HOPE TO GET NEW EPISODES SOON. YOUR WORK IS AMAZING Khushhhh
10. THE BEST ONE OUT THERE YOU GUYSSS - For me podcasts were never a thing and I survived by watching true crime documentaries and one day I stumble across your podcast on Spotify And say let’s seee how it goes and boom you guys have me hooked from the first episode I heard from you guys that was the nithari killings, honestly that case disturbed me to my core but there was something about your narration that just kept me hooked , I have tried listening to podcasts after yours but they aren’t the same for me I cannot listen to them the way I listen to desi crime. Thank you Aryan ( I love your lil jokes and the way you play devils advocate) and Aishwarya (the way you narrate Uff the ability to put a person on the cliffhanger i gotta give that to you and all the best for your lsats ) . All the best for everything you guys do , love to be a small cheerleader and part of this desi crime community Stay safe Stay crazy and stay desiii
11. Addiction Warning! - "Borrowing" my fiancè's phone for this one. As the title suggests , I am absolutely hooked onto your podcast and as an avid listener I have taken it as my personal mission to get everyone around me hooked as well, starting with my fiance whos already onboard. Thank you Aishwarya & Aaryan for this juicy,brilliant podcast. By far one of the best anyone who's not listening to it is missing out big time
12. Honestly the best thing that happened to me! - In lockdown i came across your podcast and trust me when i say it’s like a drug, because oh my god I heard all the episodes that were out in literally two days, could have even finished in one day but i get scared at night . You guys honestly changed me as a person a lot! Your both the best podcasters out there, YOUR NARRATION!! I just cannot find any other podcast that meets the standard of desi crime. The beststst. Its so hard to wait a whole week for new episodes but then again being a f fan I’ve learnt to live like that
13. My travel companion - I take hours to travel from college to home and the podcasts are all that keep me company. Time flies by fast and I have the best companion. I can’t get enough of the podcasts… I have always been a true crime junkie and would always find it extremely challenging to find authentic and detailed information about cases. Until… I found the “Desi Crime” page on Spotify and then their Instagram page and then the YouTube and then Apple Podcasts. I can’t get enough of the cases they cover. With Aishwariya’s and Aryans interactions and questions they ask each other while the other is telling the case details. I love every part of it.
14. Literally the perfect podcast to ever exist - I AM IN LOVE WITH THIS PODCAST AND ENJOYING EVERY SECOND OF IT. ARYAAN AND AISHWARYA YALL ARE LITERALLY THE PEFECT PODCASTERS DONT EVEN GET ME STARTED. My first episode was the Kolkata house of horrors back in and that got me hooked. Ive listened to literally every episode twice that is how much i love yall
15. True crime junkies would love this podcast. - If you're a true crime enthusiast and haven't checked out "Desi Crime" yet, you're missing out on something amazing. This gripping podcast, hosted by Aryaan and Aishwarya, delves deep into some of the most intriguing criminal cases. Every Saturday, Aaryan and Aishwarya release a new episode that's well-researched, informative, and entertaining. Their storytelling is top-notch, and they have a knack for keeping you hooked until the very end. Their insights into the cases are insightful, and they explore all angles of the story, leaving no stone unturned. One of the highlights of the show is their segment called "Chai & Chitthi," where they share audience's horror stories. It adds a personal touch to the show and makes it all the more relatable. You feel like you're a part of the conversation, and it's easy to get lost in their fascinating tales. I eagerly await every new episode of "Desi Crime," and it never fails to disappoint. Aryaan and Aishwarya are an amazing team, and they have a great chemistry that makes the podcast all the more enjoyable. I highly recommend this podcast to anyone who loves true crime and is looking for a great listen. Keep up the great work, Aryaan and Aishwarya, and keep those episodes coming!
16. The best podcast for true crime lovers out there - “Silence is the biggest ever crime committed”
Aryaan and Aishwarya for me, are the voice of crime in the Indian subcontinent. You guys have lit in me the spark to this raging fire of love for true crime. Thank you for putting these stories out here and letting the world know these people’s stories. Only love to you both
17. Must Listen! - I recently started listening to "The Desi Crime" podcast, and I have to say it's a fantastic true crime podcast. The hosts Aryan and Aishwarya have great chemistry, and their approach to storytelling is unique and engaging. Love how they cover lesser-known crimes from the Indian subcontinent, providing in-depth research and analysis of the cases. The sound quality and editing of the podcast are excellent, and the pacing of each episode is just right. Aryan and Aishwarya's passion for true crime is evident, and their dedication to providing listeners with accurate and thought-provoking accounts of the cases is commendable. Overall, "The Desi Crime" is a must-listen for true crime enthusiasts who want to explore cases from the Indian subcontinent. Aryan and Aishwarya are a dynamic duo, and their podcast is a great addition to the genre. Highly recommended!
18. Can’t get enough. Bingeworthy Podcast - My wife and myself drive between Mumbai to Goa once every month and binge this podcast like crazy. The shows seem well researched and are very well written and edited and narrated by two pleasant voices. The team is really skilled. They are artists at what they do.
19. Best Indian crime Podcast - I am a die hard true crime content fan. For the longest time and still Forensic files was my guilty pleasure. I have headed tons of true crime podcasts while travelling in US.after moving back to India, podcasts took a back seat. But THIS changed it. I am hooked to it and its my evening exercise companion. Cant recommend enough! Just be sure that if you are in public places, your facial expressions are muted!
20. The best of all times. - I have been following desi crime podcasts from the very start I.e. burari case. Ever since I have loved listening to both Aryan and Aishwarya. The way they narrate, I literally can imagine the story like a movie. I feel lucky to be born in the era where the desi crime podcast is streamed. Thank You guys
21. My desi heart is obsessed - When I started cycling I needed quality crime podcasts to keep my crime junkie mind occupied, but all I found was foreign crimes stories and sansani like narration (iykyk), but then I found this gem of a podcast which is relatable, hair raising and provides quality content. I love y’all. The hosts feel like my friends and the stories are dealt with delicacy and passion. Keep slaying.
22. The best so far - I really really love your podcast. The facts that you guys bring in shows how much effort you both in preparing each story. I must appreciate the efforts you guys put into it. I keep waiting for the new episodes of your podcast. They are that entertaining. You know where to stop an episode so that we keep waiting for the next one. Gosh. YOU GUYS ARE AMAZING!!!!
23. My office buddy - Hey Aishwarya and Aryaan! Great show you guys! Big fan of your work. This podcast is a lifesaver to all those people who are like me and who experiences post-lunch dizziness at work. I have people around me and I have recommended all of them to listen to the podcast and we all now put on our headphones and work the whole afternoon! The fun is after office, where i get to meet my fiancé and he sips on his chai and I narrate him whichever episode i heard that particular afternoon. He doesn’t know you guys but he knows that his fiancée is crazy behind true crime podcast! Keep up the great work! Lukewarm regards
24. Superb Work! - I catch up on various podcasts across topics like News, Finance, Fitness, Well-being,etc. I caught up this podcast channel while browsing and after listening to couple of episodes I really enjoyed it and listened to all the older episodes and now look forward for the weekly episodes! These podcasts are my travel companion during my long travel to work in Bengaluru Traffic! Ishwarya and Aaryaan you both are great story tellers and doing amazing work! Keep it going! All the best to you both and the team!
Gita for Daily Living is a weekly podcast that distils the wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita and presents it in a way that is action-able and relevant to daily life
release date: 2023-03-05 Comments:Religion & Spirituality > Hinduism
1. Very good - Very nice explanations and enlightening. Feeling lucky to find this. For people looking for the first episode. The ep is actually the first chapter and the first verse of the Geeta. There could be previous episodes but there is nothing missing and this has all episodes of the Bhagvat Geeta.
2. Gita and its practical applications - I came across this podcast about a month ago. What started as ‘let me hear if I likes’ has turned into daily listening for each episodes of about mins. Now I listen to this twice, early morning at bed time.
I have read Gita several times at young age. However I have never got an approach and understanding as I got from this podcast.
Regret is only that I should have accessed this earlier. Nevertheless I am delighted now.
Those like to know about Gita, novice or veterans, will like this alike and get enlightened.
Thank you Shri Neil Bhatt and Chinmayanand Mission.
Ranveer Allahbadia aka BeerBiceps brings you #TheRanveerShow. Every episode has been designed to bring you some kind of value add. Life is a never ending self improvement game - whether it's health, career guidance, lifestyle advice or just plain old inspiration... Each episode will charge you up in some way. We deep dive into some of the world's most intelligent, most successful minds in order to mine out the diamonds they've created over the course of their lives. Bollywood stars, athletes,...
release date: 2021-06-08 Comments:Education > Self Help
1. Inspiring - I cannot thank you enough sir, listening to these podcasts is an enriching experience on mental and spiritual level. When I listen to these people who have achieved great things, my will to do provide a value to the society increases and as a result my determination to improve, perform better does too. I feel so accountable and confident with my work. Thank you so much
2. Very interesting and informative! - I have started hearing all the podcasts here from the start. I start listening to it before I get off my bed, and then start my day, I listen to it when I jump rope too. And then maybe later when I’m walking and finishing my steps. Very interesting and informative. Inspiring in a lot of ways too. I know people in their ’s hear this more, but I feel it’s something people of most ages can relate to! Cheers.
3. One of the smartest youtuber / “Influencer - Right now you are seeing younger version of sadguru. I really wish one day the ranveer show is become one of the greatest and life teaching podcasts in the world all the best keep up good work millions people look up to you. You are nuclear boom of positivity. Lot of love Lalit
4. Bade Bhaiya Ko dil se salam - Hey Ranveer first of all I would to express gratitude to you for adding value to my life Whenever I feel low in any point I used to pick up the a phone not to play games or listening music but just to watch ur contents to lift my energy up and fuel the positives vibes .
Every time I go through those thumbnails of urs I feel like I have acquired the next level in my life Again thank you for making such value adding stuffs Keep motivating us
First Principles is a fortnightly interview podcast comprising authentic, candid, and insightful conversations between some of India’s most accomplished founders and business leaders, and Rohin Dharmakumar, The Ken’s CEO & co-founder. From personal philosophies, mental models and decision making frameworks, to reading habits, parenting styles or personal interests, each episode will delve into what makes each of these leaders unique.
release date: 2023-03-15 Comments:Business > Entrepreneurship
1. Simply Amazing! - My hybrid commutes has become the most knowledgeable time in the entire day. This and the CTC podcast. Everything is so structured and honest. I travel to Tuesdays and Thursdays every week to office, and I eagerly wait for a new episode of this or CTC, and have been my greatest accompaniment during my commute. Take a bow!
2. Insightful conversation - Respect the point where Kabeer talks about valuing investors money and using it judicially. Totally resonate with that thought. Also, where he talks about taking feedback quickly and acting upon it to close the loop! Learned a new word - Somonday Will research more about - Unit economics
Our flagship daily news show, where we talk to in-house experts about what is going on and why you need to care about it.
release date: 2023-03-31 Comments:News > News Commentary
1. Absolutely essential - A crisp and informative show. No nonsense, just plain old reporting done right. Their deep dives into hot topics are so well researched and presented. Shashank and Snigdha have become a part of my daily routine. Logged into Apple podcasts just to leave a star review as the app on which I hear podcasts does not allow me to rate. They deserve a lot of praise for this show. Good job guys.
2. Amazing news podcast - Amazing in terms of quality, clarity, neutrality of current affairs and what’s going on around. Shashank and Snigda are doing fantastic job. Neha is certainly missed. The experts no doubt bring in lots of information about each topic. Keep up good work. Some areas to improve would be native pronunciation while referring regional names and stuff. Also reporters from states of his/her origin would be better which is in some cases and in others, not. This helps in reporters understanding the local pulse.
3. Good Show - I have started listening for a couple of weeks now and like the breadth and issues being covered though may not agree with the views. I am sure that everyone will look forward to a media that is unbiased and will include both the achievements and failings and offer suggestions based on the ground realities.Thanks to all of you for bringing news and podcasts to keep us all updated even in the midst of the pandemic.All of you are also a part of our frontline warriors and our salutes and wishes for the safety and well-being of you and your families
4. Quality over quantity - things has been a great find for me. They go into detail about some hand picked stories that are worth sharing over a wide range of subjects, although with a slight centre left bias. My only gripe with the show is that there’s only one topic discussed everyday. If they could expand this to a minute show discussing two or three topics, that’d be great!
ThePrint.in is a news, analysis, opinion & knowledge media company that sharply focuses on politics, policy, government and governance. Start your mornings with our journalists who bring you the big story of the day in ThePrintAM. ThePrintPod offers you our special reports and opinions for when you‘re on the go. End your day with our most popular show ‘Cut The Clutter’ by Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta. But that’s not all. We also have Pure Science, National Interest, ThePrint Uninterrup...
release date: 2023-03-31 Comments:News > Politics
1. AF-PAK - AF-PAK can of worms. A great analysis giving us clarity on a topic and region which is full of opaque mist. Thanks Shekhar.
Cut the clutter- on Shraddha Walkar murder was masterfully done with cold logic and facts, shorn of melodrama and hype. Thanks. Would love to have more such interactive sessions.
2. Excellent - Thanks for cutting the clutter. Enjoying the podcast. One small suggestion. We can have a daily -minute episode covering all the significant happenings nationally and internationally, which will be helpful for students preparing for current affairs exams, and we don't need to hear the soap news on most TV channels.
3. Comments on Print J and K episode - . It’s naive to think , that systemic, pervasive , radicalism can be discarded in years . The speaker conveniently forgot to bring out statistics of steep and sharp decline in Terrorism related incidents , the silent Line of Control and declining economy of Pakistan speaks for itself .
. A visit to Kashmir would tell all , the valley can be reached in hrs flat from Jammu , the roads are world class , tourism is peaking , most importantly the terrorism targets have changed from seeking to target security forces and army in particular and drug induced and jihad fed mobs ransacking posts and invading roads is a thing of the past , the targets now are individual police personnel in mufti or minorities in remote areas this is a sharp change which the mentors in Pak have not been able to control .
. The transgressions with PLA in Ladakh began in when China realised that the chasm in the economy had widened enough to take up Aksai Chin and China was in a position to take on US . To ignore this elephant in the room would be naive’. The division of Ladakh was merely an excuse but what happened thereafter has helped India’s security denizens refocus on China and China now realises it . Hearing the podcast one felt that what was happening pre was good and a return to the rerun of that era would be better .
4. SG should go to a Toastmasters course! - In terms of knowledge and depth of understanding the issue SG is indeed a veteran. I also like his balanced approach on all the issues. However his presentation style needs to improve. There are far too many pauses, usage of filler words, “has” and “uhms “ which dilutes the listening joy. Please check out with a Toastmasters Club nearby. It will help not only him but the rest of the young reporters as well
5. Doctor is a ardent BJP support - In Episode - the doctor is clearly politically motivated. He is not at all interested in science part. He says I can prove this and prove that but gives no concrete proof. Also keeps talking about graph, but never said that we still have many problems in testing. He said we should immunise population with BCG, seriously !? If this was so simple why couldn’t other large research groups stumble upon this? Is he even a doctor?
6. News analysis the way it’s supposed to be - There’s a strong need to look at events, understand why they matter, go back from what happened to why it happened and go forwards to what might happen next. All of this needs to be packaged so that it’s consumable and comprehendible. This podcast seems to do exactly that. It’s an informed person’s opinion on a relevant topic, shared in – minutes. It’s delivered with passion, not hysterics. It’s thoughtful, easy to consume and it invites participation via comments. From what I can tell so far, it has no hint of political bias — a rarity in today’s atmosphere. It looks like Shekhar’s playing fair and making a good-faith effort to tell the truth.
Learn from history's greatest entrepreneurs. Every week I read a biography of an entrepreneur and find ideas you can use in your work. This quote explains why: "There are thousands of years of history in which lots and lots of very smart people worked very hard and ran all types of experiments on how to create new businesses, invent new technology, new ways to manage etc. They ran these experiments throughout their entire lives. At some point, somebody put these lessons down in a book. For very ...
release date: 2023-03-27 Comments:Business > Entrepreneurship
Woice is the official podcast of Ankur Warikoo, where he talks about entrepreneurship, startups, careers and personal growth. Warikoo has been creating video content for the past 4 years across all social media platforms and has a following of 1.7Mn people. Through Woice, he brings his decade long experience as an entrepreneur, as the founder of nearbuy.com, as a public speaker and as an active student of life, risk and failure. Millions of listeners seek out Bingepods (Ideabrew Studios Netw...
release date: 2023-03-23 Comments:Business > Entrepreneurship
1. Radical Candour - Hello sir, hope this review finds you in the typical charged up but serene and mature self that you always sort of zone in. I have been following your course Take Charge of Time a year back and then I found out Woice in apple podcast. As usual, the sincerity, genuine original content and a clear articulation were the usual hallmarks that we are used to after doing the course. But the USP may be was your decision to proofread and edit the content upto near perfection and instead keep all the small imperfections in and it feels like a conversation or a thinking aloud rather than a commercial podcast. I am very fond of a background score in podcast but the way you have kept it clean and silent with your voice booming over a no distraction ambience has been so wise on your part. As always, we love your labours and keep on motivating and enlightening us with Woice. Thank you sir
2. Like a warm coffee on a chilly Delhi morning - I wait for these Podcasts every week like a good kid waiting for his/her favourite cartoon. Just love the topics of the podcast, it covers from every sphere of life. Every time I am like what am I gonna be learning this week. I would say these episodes are just some inner thoughts every has but just fail to put those into words and structure. Good to know someone can put a ‘W.o.i.c.e’ to them. XD
3. Impressive - I hadn’t heard you before.But was greatly impressed with the way you express the feelings and thoughts which cross almost everybody’s mind some way or the other but they are unable to open up probably because of the limitations of expression.
You are equipped and blessed with that…
So please keep it up
4. Interesting - Hi Ankur, I really enjoy your take on thoughts we all have had at some point. It makes your show feel very real. Also appreciate how your show is tailored for our attention spans however I would love it if you had some credits at the end because I’m sure it would make everyone who is part of making the show feel nice! :)
5. One of the best podcast shows i came across - This is in short nothing but all real life scenarios encountered on daily basis or maybe in a someway sometime by everyone in most simplified manner. I would highly recommend anyone and everyone to listen to this. Thanks Ankur for all your efforts on this and passing that energy and thoughts to tackle & deal with the things.
6. Honest experience and pragmatic advise - Hi Ankur,
It is a while now; I am following you on various social platforms. I must say I love your version of motivation and entrepreneurial talks. Somehow I wasn't able to connect with the US and American writers and philosophers, but I did like and follow their teachings. Your work and talks feel very personal to me, and I am glad you decided to take this path. Lots of success for you, and I will look forward to meeting you someday. Cheers, Viren
7. Superb Thing to Improve - Hi Ankur
This is Ajay Sharma, an ITC employee
Based out at chandigarh, original from Gurgaon I love your all episodes and try to hear multiple times to remember every words of you
You are very impressive speaker Honestly your speeches helps me in two ways - One of course good things to know and second i try to learn fluency from you Now a days my wife works with ISB, so i hear a lot of ISB professor voice as she works from home & that reminds me of you every time
Thanks good job Pls bring some content on personal finance management, self energy management, influencing, & most important - How to grow your child ( mine is years old and for me thats the biggest priority)
8. Ep: Your Enemy is You - I am halfway in listening to this episode, and i guess this is the most relatable thing i have heard in the whole day. I tend to use this language so many times, like ‘i know bht zyada expect kar ri hu’, or ‘i know i am wasting your time’ and god knows what else. And often, people used to get pretty irritated with this saying you only reply from other side as well and i never really understood that response. I thought i was being modest or trying not to impose or being thankful….and i het it now. The ways i have been so wrong in ways i deal with people. Thank you for this episode.
9. I am confused why I listened to this - I just listened to "Are you confused?" I have not been so tuned out while listening to a podcast. All the talk about expectations piled on you and presenting it such that it is something everyone will relate to is too presumptious. This seems like a attempt at individual branding. It needs a lot of improvement.
The Moneycontrol Podcast is your daily source of business news, investment analysis and advice on stocks and the markets. Tune in to broaden your horizons with podcasts by journalists, experts and analysts giving you a head-start in the investment game.
release date: 2023-03-31 Comments:Business
1. Badly Let Down - I’ve been a PRO subscriber of MC since more than years. I’ve been forced to quit this post pandemic due to pathetic customer support. Even though I have been paying on a monthly subscription model and paying through Apple Pay. Inspite of being charged for the subscription, I’ve been denied PRO features. It says your subscription has expired even though I shared the proof of my renewals. But the customer support channels( less said the better as it’s so sub standard ), are deplorable as it only operate through AI bots. It closed my tickets without solving my issues. I felt let down and cheated.
2. Excellent podcasts - Not enjoying the new set of podcasts or podcasters at all. A complete waste of time. Bring Rakesh back. Please Old review: I am really really enjoying the stories of the day. Rakesh is funnnny! I really don’t have to read a bunch of newspapers because thank god it’s all covered - reminds of news shows from a couple of decades ago when it was a lovely round up of interesting stories rather than the opinion-driven fighting matches that masquerade as news these days. So so so happy with the new format. Love it! Really enjoyed the section podcast - best one on the subject I have heard. The Bhima koregaon one also was great. Would be awesome to include political stories more and also interviews with celebrity investors and celebrities in general. Loving it all. Ditto with the Urjit Patel story. And also the year end series. Really enjoyed them. Thanks Apple podcasts for featuring this podcast. Keep it up y’all!
3. Badly missing Rakesh Sharma and his Editor’s picks - Hate your recent episode on “The Market Podcast” . Are you completely avoid non hindi speaking listeners? Moreover daily news podcast is like Things podcast copy. It is not even reach the standard of Editors pick podcasts. Totally all your changes making me to hate Moneycontrol podcast channel itself.
4. One of the best business and news podcast out there - Listening to the podcasts is part of my daily routine now. Love the range of topics, and the depth with which each topic is presented. The research-driven writing shines through each time. Rakesh keeps the listen entertaining thought I wish he would slow down just a little bit. Looking forward to what else the team comes up with.
5. Shameless leftist propaganda masquerading as investment advise - Don’t be fooled – they are not in the game to share something useful. These guys are just broadcasting their leftist prejudices. Examples: ) They were quite unhappy with India’s elevation in “Ease of Doing Business” ratings – reasons? Well, it would be used too much by the BJP for campaigning. Seriously? If someone does the work, they are entitled to show the report card to the people. Why not? ) They do an episode on Nirav modi and quite cheekily keep referring to him as “Modi” through the episode completely missing his first name. Why guys? Do you think no one sees through your game? ) They always try to overly demonize demonetization and GST. Moneycontrol podcast keeps bemoaning that everything the government is doing it is doing with a view on the elections. Wake up guys. You are not political analysts. You are supposed to talk about the economic impact of various things dispassionately, not canvass for congress by spreading gloom and doom. Shame on you propagandists!
6. Great work - would like interviews also - This is great work. Unexpectedly high quality from moneycontrol. Good thing that the script is also available on the moneycontrol website. Appreciate the storytelling - Audm sort of approach as opposed to the usual talk radio format of podcasts. Some interviews with big names would be great also. But overall this is great work.
7. Good and informative podcast- very loud music(please reduce treble) - Well about the podcast - it is good concise and informative podcast. One request to reduce the sound of the opening music. Most of us listen to this from ear phones and it’s painful to listen to the extremely shrill and loud opening music. Also generally the podcast is very high in treble and would request you sound manager to do something about it. I listen to other podcasts as well like economist and bbc etc and face no such problem there.
If you are tired of relying on your fickle motivation to get things done, if you are tired of starting because you fail to see things through, The Habit Coach podcast is for you! Ashdin Doctor, the habit coach, takes you through the creation of simple easy to do habits. Habits we can all incorporate into our lives. Habits around, health, sleep, de-stressing, productivity, movement, nutrition and relationships. Each episode is bite-sized and less than five minutes, packed with fun facts and an e...
release date: 2023-03-31 Comments:Health & Fitness
1. Good things come in small packets - Just like an old wise saying :Good things come in small packets Ashdins bite sized podcasts are precisely the small packets of wisdom encapsulated as podcasts that are conveying a small message to improve or revisit our habits that elevate us as a human. I’m addicted and keep hunting for more topic specific podcasts . Thank you for the wonderful content
Are you looking for a new and fun way to learn American English? Come hang out with Lindsay and Michelle from Boston and New York City and have fun while you improve your English listening skills! We are an English as a Second Language (ESL) podcast for intermediate to advanced English learners around the world. We will show you how to use everyday English vocabulary and natural idioms, expressions, and phrasal verbs and how to make small talk in American English. We will also give you special t...
release date: 2023-04-06 Comments:Education > Language Learning
1. An excellent app for learning English for beginners as well practicing - This is an excellent app I came across and I strongly feel as well recommend this app for every one whether a learner or practicing. If you are not a native speaker of English, must have this app. No single day passes in my life without AEE. Thanks a million for the efforts in shaping the app.
2. . - Nice podcast. Everyday I am listening this podcast. Its really helpful for me to understand real spoken english.
I have referred it to my friends and they also found it very useful. you both are amazing.
One quick question, how to understand combined words used in communication, I have seen many native speaker
used to say a single word in place of multiple words.They combine more than one word and pronounce as a single word.
Could you pls explain or provide me references to learn it.Thanks a lot. I am Mukesh Tiwari from Bangalore India.
TISS is a weekly podcast where Aadar, Neville, Kautuk and Varun discuss random, fun, stupid, pointless, weird, shocking "facts" they find on the internet. So come learn with them... or something like that.
release date: 2023-03-23 Comments:Comedy
1. First podcast review ever - Uff, that sounded like quite a harsh review of my city. I’m probably reading too much into it because I’m from Bhopal. You made it sound quite dull and boring and I can assure you that it’s not. Career achha chala toh shayad wapas Bhopal nahi aaoge par agar aao toh I hope you guys have a better experience. Also, I follow TISS religiously but this is the first time I am leaving a comment on here (or any podcast, far that matter) so absolutely bang on about leaving reviews when you’re upset/angry. Alsooo, since I’m already at it, please upload the podcasts here on the same day as YT just like you did today’s. Cheers.
A podcast from The Hindu that delves deep into current developments with subject experts, and brings in context, history, perspective and analysis.
release date: 2023-03-30 Comments:News > News Commentary
ANI Podcast with Smita Prakash gets eminent people from different walks of life to talk about issues that impact you and society at large. Join Smita Prakash as she brings important voices from the field of politics, sports, entertainment, and lifestyle. Dive in for a great listening experience brought to you by India’s largest news agency.
release date: 2023-03-26 Comments:News > Politics
1. Insightful conversations - Following Smita Mam since last years and have seen her interviewing politicians but this podcast series is something exceptional. Personalities from diverse field sharing their stories, events and views in such a smooth way. Till now I personally find episodes of Dr. Jaishankar, Dhillon Sir and the year ender one best!!!
One of the finest Bollywood DJ of India, DJ Ravish brings to you a compilation of his remixes. For more details visit - www.djravish.com
release date: 2023-03-05 Comments:Music
Every weekday our global network of correspondents makes sense of the stories beneath the headlines. We bring you surprising trends and tales from around the world, current affairs, business and finance—as well as science and technology. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
release date: 2023-03-31 Comments:News
Tim Ferriss is a self-experimenter and bestselling author, best known for The 4-Hour Workweek, which has been translated into 40+ languages. Newsweek calls him "the world's best human guinea pig," and The New York Times calls him "a cross between Jack Welch and a Buddhist monk." In this show, he deconstructs world-class performers from eclectic areas (investing, chess, pro sports, etc.), digging deep to find the tools, tactics, and tricks that listeners can use.
release date: 2023-03-29 Comments:Business > Entrepreneurship
1. I don't know why people like podcasts. - Up until a few months ago, Podcasts weren't my cup of tea. I always failed to understand why'd anyone listen to podcasts. I went against my will to give it a try. I experimented with a lot of podcasts, lot of them reinforced my earlier belief- podcasts are boring. After a few failed attempts, I stumbled upon Tim Ferris, Shane Parrish, Jason Calacanis and now I realize and understand why people like podcasts. It's one of the easiest way to consume information, to know about the world view of different people, the art of asking questions and answering them. And I absolutely like Tim's choice of the guests! I now know why people like podcasts.
2. In the Podcast space, no one comes closer - This show by far has added the most value in my life in the podcast space than anything else. No other podcast delivers so much on such a long time scale. This show will introduce you to people and ideas you never imagined. Top class, gets better with every passing episode. Super super podcast. A must listen. Thank you Tim
3. Tim; A Role Model - How does one write a “review”? When the fact that everything I do and the way I think has shifted since I began listening to these podcasts a year ago. I thought I knew what self-development was till I was introduced to the world of Tim Ferriss. He has basically enhanced, in depth and in width, the entire spectrum of what human beings can achieve through focus and technique. Tim Ferris is the role model I have finally met after years of helping develop logarithmically. With this knowledge I am confident of the exponential growth that awaits. Tim, THANK YOU! Rohit Hemdev
4. This is Life changing - I came to know about this through a friend about an year back. Since then I am a regular listener and it’s an amazing source of information for me. The diverse speakers and the range of questions and topics touched upon is just amazing. Thanks Tim for starting this and making people think wider and deeper.
5. This is by far the best podcast - I don’t usually write reviews, but I’ve been listening to this podcast for the past couple of years. That how I got into podcasts. And Tim’s podcast is by far the best podcast I listened to. Period. I love his ability to ask interesting questions and bring interesting guests.