An Indian's take of Sports in Africa | JusTalk

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Against all adversities sports in Africa thrives. Not just popular sports like football or sports that Africans have genetic and geographic advantages but in general. Here is a perspective from an India who had a closer look for close to 30 years.

  • 12 Oct 2021
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9/11 20 years on | Partha Banerjee

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Most of us over the age of 50 today know exactly what they were doing twenty years ago - 9am EST 9/11 2001. Dr. Partha Banerjee talks about unfolding of the day in front of him in New York City. Why is the US hated? Has anything changed? What’s next?

  • 10 Sep 2021
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A Chat with a Soldier Educationist | Zameer Uddin Shah

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Life and challenges of a Muslim in India from a three star general of the Indian Army who led the army to appease the rioters in Gujarat, became the Vice Chancellor of one of the top universities of India and authored the book Sarkari Mussalman.

  • 20 Aug 2021
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The Wanderer and the Last Poem | Suvra Chakraborty

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A computer scientist turned global entrepreneur and UN consultant is bringing the national poet of India, Tagore, back to the world through his memorabilia scattered abroad. The Last Poem is his first film production for cultural collaboration.

  • 05 Jul 2021
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Should Modi Resign? | Abdel Rahman Munif

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As India faces one of its worst crisis since independence should the Prime Minister take responsibility and resign? Would that solve the problem? Let us hear what you have got to say.

  • 18 May 2021
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সাধারণ মানুষ অসাধারণ কাহিনী ০১ |

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আমেরিকার স্বপ্নালু হাতছানি কি কখনো নিশির ডাকে পরিণত হতে পারে? ভাগ্যান্বেষী যোশিতার প্রথম আমেরিকা যাত্রার এক রোমহর্ষক গল্প।

  • 10 May 2021
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A Book Lover’s Tale |

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From Chicago, Ranjita Chattopadhay the honorary editor of Batayan - the international Bengali web magazine published from Perth, Australia, talks about joys and woes of its publication.

  • 09 May 2021
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Fingers can See |

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A pioneering work of an Indian professor under the aegis of the National Council of Educational Research and Training of India to make text book maps of history and geography readable to visually impaired children.

  • 07 Mar 2021
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The World of a Polyglot | Somashankar Bhattacharya

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Everybody has the knack to learn any language. A speaker of several Indic and European languages reveal the secrets of learning and the charms of being fluent in many languages.

  • 24 Oct 2020
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From Rhodesia to Zimbabwe | Graham Young

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Memories of a privileged white boy born in Rhodesia returns back to Zimbabwe with a changed perspective after spending 20 years in Mauritius.

  • 23 Oct 2020
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Challenges Facing the Hospitality Industry | Yateendra Sinh

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The way forward - as the hospitality industry stares at the bleakest future with empty hotels, airlines filing for bankruptcies, unprecedented level of redundancies and sweeping impact on ancillary support industries built around it.

  • 16 Aug 2020
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Saahas by Their Sides | Payal Sawhney

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The elderly to the women, the youth and the community, Saahas has taken a Herculean task to be by their sides. Payal Sawhney recounts her journey from being a mental health professional from Pune to launch Saahas in LA.

  • 29 Jul 2020
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Diving towards the Nadir | Bindu Fernandes

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Domestic Violence is not just visible bruises and sexual abuses. Often we don't even realise that we are becoming perpetrators ourselves. Here we dive towards the bottom of that iceberg.

  • 14 Jul 2020
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World of a Cartoonist | Suparno Chaudhuri

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At a time when conservatism is squeezing cartoonists out of mainstream media, on social media we discover a PhD. in nuclear physics and a digital marketing strategist by profession poking fun at the world that can make the mighiest squirm.

  • 05 Jul 2020
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A Philanthropist Politician | Dr Fuad Halim

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A doctor pitching for state providing quality healthcare and empathy being necessary selection criteria for medical studies. He puts his thoughts to practice by deliverying hemodialysis at USD 5 a session.

  • 30 May 2020
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