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India Speak: The CPR Podcast

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India Speak: The CPR Podcast

Centre for Policy Research (CPR)

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As India navigates its way through the 21st-century, it confronts crucial challenges. Tune into India Speak, the podcast by the Centre for Policy Research (CPR), as experts shed light on some of the most important issues of our times and how India can address them. These issues include politics, climate change, governance, foreign policy, technology, state capacity, urbanisation, land rights, sanitation, economy and more.
 
"Connect the Dots" with Rob Verchick launches engaging, accessible discussions with top policy experts, helping listeners "connect the dots" between issues in their communities and new developments in climate change, environmental protection, worker and consumer safety, and social equality. CPR (the Center for Progressive Reform) is a nonprofit policy center helping to build thriving communities, safe workplaces, and a resilient planet. Rob Verchick teaches at Loyola University New Orleans C ...
 
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In this episode of India Speak, Sushant Singh, Senior Fellow at CPR speaks with Ambassador Gautam Mukhopadhaya, former Ambassador to Afghanistan (2010-13) and Senior Visiting Fellow, CPR. Two weeks before the US was set to complete its troop withdrawal from the region, the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan. Major cities fell in a matter of days a…
 
The second wave of COVID-19 left an already-strained health system crumbling. As one of the initial states hit by the surge of cases, Delhi faced many challenges ensuring adequate oxygen supply to patients. In this episode of India Speak, Yamini Aiyar (President and Chief Executive, CPR) speaks to Shailendra Sharma (Education Advisor, Delhi Governm…
 
The slowdown of economic activity experienced due to the lockdowns resulted in a significant impact on the lives of the poorest. In this episode of India Speak, Yamini Aiyar (President and Chief Executive, CPR) speaks to Dr Maitreesh Ghatak (Professor of Economics, London School of Economics) to discuss India's inequality problem. How unequal is In…
 
India embarked on its COVID-19 vaccination roll-out in early January prior to the second wave. In this episode of India Speak, Yamini Aiyar (President and Chief Executive, CPR) speaks to Partha Mukhopadhyay (Senior Fellow, CPR) to discuss India's vaccine policy and guide us through the many bottlenecks, confusions, and successes we have encountered…
 
The second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic saw rural parts of India get affected as well, unlike the previous year during the first wave. In this episode of India Speak, Yamini Aiyar (President and Chief Executive, CPR) speaks to Anurag Behar (Chief Executive Officer, Azim Premji Foundation) to discuss the impact of COVID-19 in the hinterlands. How a…
 
Unlike last year during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, the second wave witnessed the virus making inroads into rural areas of India as well. To discuss this and more, Yamini Aiyar (President and Chief Executive, CPR) speaks to Abhijit Chowdhury (Chief Advisor, Liver Foundation, West Bengal) in this episode of India Speak. Chowdhury discus…
 
The State of Working India 2021 (https://bit.ly/3xc4W98) report by the Centre for Sustainable Employment (CSE) at the Azim Premji University finds that the pandemic has further increased informality and led to a severe decline in earnings for the majority of workers resulting in a sudden increase in poverty. In particular, the poor, women and young…
 
Would you use a computer without any kind of antivirus? Would you put your personal photos on that device? Use it to text and email? Access your bank? It turns out: you're probably already doing all of these things. The most sensitive, least protected device in your life is in your pocket right now.โดย PI Media
 
The second wave of the pandemic saw localised lockdowns across India that brought economic activities to a halt. What has been the impact of this on unemployment and labour force participation? In this episode of India Speak, Yamini Aiyar (President and Chief Executive, CPR) speaks to Mahesh Vyas [Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Cent…
 
The Indian economy was going through an unprecedented slowdown that was exacerbated by the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic and resultant national lockdown. Just as the economy was showing signs of recovery, the country has been hit by the virulent second wave. With multiple localised lockdowns, a halt on mobility and economic activity and an un…
 
In our previous episodes, you heard the term "vulnerabilities" more than once. But what exactly does it mean? What stands behind this big word? For such terms and questions, we create the format of "Cyber Academy''. In each "Cyber Academy' episode, we’ll bring you a single topic - usually a basic term, an idea or a technology related to cybersecuri…
 
In 2020 hospitals were hit with ransomware, corporations with phishing attacks, and we saw one of the biggest hacks ever conceived: the SolarWinds breach. It was a groundbreaking year, so in this episode we're summarizing the most important things you need to know. A SparkNotes for cybersecurity in 2020.…
 
When the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines were first approved, almost nobody could get one. Meanwhile, on the darknet, cybercriminals were offering deals on mass shipments. Most people still aren't inoculated today, yet the darknet market for vaccines is thriving. Is the darknet getting vaccines while the rest of us can't? What's actually going on?…
 
Home-chefs and the gig economy during the COVID-19 pandemic.The COVID-19 lockdown forced many businesses, big or small, to innovate and find creative ways to stay relevant. This included small restaurant owners and home-chefs across the country. In the first episode of The Gig Sisters, we look at the stories of three women entrepreneurs in the food…
 
In the summer of 2016, a group of anonymous hackers hacked into the NSA and released some of the most powerful exploits ever developed. The ramifications of that leak would be felt for years to come, in some of the most destructive cyber attacks on record. But even all these years later there are mysteries yet unsolved, and stories that seem to con…
 
A man goes on Dubai T.V to discuss national security in the Middle East. 1,000 miles north, a social activist uses Telegram to organize anti-government activity. 5,000 miles north, an immigrant applies for a driver's license in Sweden. None of these people know one another, but they're all about to fall victim to the same attack. An attack that cha…
 
DNS is the phone book of the internet--it's how your computer knows where to go to reach the website you want to visit. It's no stretch to say that, without functioning DNS, the internet as we know it could not exist. So imagine what would happen if you could completely compromise it..โดย PI Media
 
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