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Krystal and Saagar discuss the legacy of Henry Kissinger after his death, AIPAC lobbying against ceasefire, Hamas announcing hostages killed in air strike, Elon melts down at advertisers, Mark Cuban running in 2024?, GM humiliates Biden, whistleblowers claim CIA UFO retrievals, and Saagar looks into plummeting male wages. BP Holiday Merch LIVE NOW (Use code BLACKFRIDAY for 15% off Non-Holiday Items): https://shop.breakingpoints.com/collections/breaking-points-holiday-collection To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.supercast.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Naseem Sadiq discusses the ongoing challenge of monthly wage payments in the public sector, accumilated by the Baghdad central government's refusal to allocate its petroleum funds to the Kurdistan region. Consequently, the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) struggles to meet payroll obligations for public employees, leading to delays and impacting regional infrastructure projects.
In this edition of The Bay's monthly news roundup (our last one of the year!), Ericka, Maria and Alan talk about how public transit agencies have temporarily averted a fiscal cliff, a proposal to increase the minimum wage for incarcerated workers, and the newly unveiled Tupac Shakur Way in Oakland. Links: Episode transcript In Transit: Bay Area Transportation News on Everything That Moves KQED: California Prison Officials Aim to Raise Hourly Minimum Wage for Incarcerated Workers — to at Least 16 Cents KQED: 'Tupac Shakur Way' Unveiled in Oakland as Rap Icon Gets His Own Street This episode was produced by Maria Esquinca, Alan Montecillo and Ericka Cruz Guevarra.
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 2: During an unhinged rant at the 2023 Gotham Awards, Robert DeNiro bizarrely used his acceptance speech to slam Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. In an interview with Norah O'Donnell on CBS Evening News, retiring Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) said he would be happy to support any Republican candidate for president in 2024 aside from Donald Trump or Vivek Ramaswamy. On Sunday, Kristen Welker and the Meet the Press panel featuring Symone Sanders and Brendan Buck suggested that Ron DeSantis should end his campaign for president in order to clear a path for Nikki Haley. In a video that has now gone viral on social media, a disgruntled woman on board a flight from Florida to Philadelphia can be seen urinating in the aisle! While discussing this horrifying story, Matt reveals he flew first class last week…Rich is outraged. A sandwich monopoly? Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is alleging that Rock Capital's purchase of Subway amounts to a monopoly which will lead to higher sandwich prices—the private equity firm already owns sandwich shops Jimmy John's and Schlotzky's. The Federal Trade Commission is now investigating the $10 billion acquisition. As Timothy P. Carney notes, how could this acquisition be considered a monopoly: “Consider that Chick-fil-A enjoyed $16 billion in sales in 2021, which is equal to Subway-plus-Arby's-plus Jimmy John's” and that “non-sandwiches, of course, compete with sandwiches,” concluding that there is no way to honestly determine Rock Capital has a monopoly like Sen. Warren suggests. You can read more here: https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/elizabeth-warren-needs-to-define-sandwich
Iowa Workforce Development's Labor Market Information Division is hard at work crunching Iowa's workforce numbers. On today's episode we sit down with LMI Bureau Chief Donna Burkett to talk about how they collect their information, and why a survey that goes out to employers twice a year is crucial to employment decisions for both employers and job seekers.
Surat's diamond industry has suffered from the prolonged war in Ukraine. Nine out ten diamonds on the planet are polished in the diamond capital of India. But after America slapped sanctions on trade with Russia, workers in Surat suddenly find themselves with lesser work than before. Wages have been hit. Australia lifted the ICC men's Cricket World Cup. Well deserved. And hard luck India. OpenAI, the maker of ChatGPT, had one heck of a ride last week. Its boss was sacked only to be reinstated a few days later. How can the industry be regulated and what does it mean for all of us?
The controversial phrase “From the River to the Sea,” explained. Millennials say they need to earn half a million dollars a year to be happy. nearly 4x as much as any other generation. ‘Do The Have a Case' with Wayne Resnick.
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The National Labor Relations Board released a final Joint Employer rule that was met with a lawsuit and other opposition from industry groups such as franchises. Gene Marks, who says it could impact his small business, as well, is not in favor. Gene also talks about the states where minimum wage increases are going into effect in 2024, and tips for small businesses to get in on opportunities for government contracts. Listen to the podcast. DISCLAIMER: The information presented in this podcast, and that is further provided by the presenter, should not be considered legal or accounting advice, and should not substitute for legal, accounting, or other professional advice in which the facts and circumstances may warrant. We encourage you to consult legal counsel as it pertains to your own unique situation(s) and/or with any specific legal questions you may have.
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The Torah in Parashat Ki-Teseh (Debarim 24:15) commands, “Be'yomo Titen Secharo” – requiring an employer to promptly pay his worker the wages due to him, without any delay. The Sefer Ha'hinuch explains that the Torah issued this command because generally, people depend on their wages for their basic sustenance. Ensuring to pay workers on time so that they can pay for their necessities helps engender compassion and sensitivity for other people. The Torah wants us to be merciful and compassionate, because when we act toward people with mercy and compassion, we earn Hashem's mercy and compassion, and He showers us with His blessings. This Misva includes both wages for work that one performed, as well as payment for leasing. Thus, if a person leases his fellow's animal or utensil, he is required by force of this command to promptly pay the owner the rental fee. If an employee works during the day, then the employer must pay the wages that night, until morning. If the employee works at night, then the employer must pay the wages the next day, until dark. If the arrangement is for the employee to work for a week, a month or a year, then the time his wages are due depends on when his term of employment ends. If it ends during the day, then he must be paid by the end of the day, and if it ends during the night, then the payment must be given during that night. If somebody brings an artisan a utensil or some other item to repair, then the owner is not required to pay the artisan until he returns the repaired item. Once he returns it, the payment must be made immediately. This requirement applies only if the worker claims his wages; the employer does not violate this command as long as the employee has not yet asked for his money. Furthermore, this prohibition does not apply if the employer does not have the money owed to the worker. However, the Sefer Ha'hinuch writes that it is certainly proper not to hire a worker before ensuring that he will be able to pay his wages. This command applies in all places and at all times, and is binding upon both men and women.
James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana discuss the apparent disconnect between what the numbers are telling us about the economy, which is that it is doing pretty well, and the negative view of the economy that is reflected in recent polling and just general sentiment (1:57). The guys also react to new evidence that confirms that the Vikings were traveling back and forth to North America up to 500 years before Columbus (45:54). Economic Viewpoints: Retail Sales Dip, But Consumers Keep Spending (US Chamber of Commerce)CNN Poll: Half of Americans think the economy is getting worse, despite months of stronger economic news (CNN)The Share of Americans Who Are Mortgage-Free Is at an All-Time High (Bloomberg)Never Mind the 1%. Mini-Millionaires Are Where Wealth Is Growing Fastest (WSJ) (Apple News Link) How the American middle class has changed in the past five decades (Pew Research Center)Javier Milei, a Self-Described Anarcho-Capitalist, Is Elected President of Argentina (WSJ) (Apple News Link)A Stunning Discovery Proves That Vikings Reached the Americas Before Columbus (Popular Mechanics)
Did you know that chefs are uniquely positioned to drive food system change for good? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Katherine Miller, advocate and author of At The Table: The Chef's Guide to Advocacy (Island Press, 2023). Miller was the founding executive director of the Chef Action Network, a chef advocacy group, and the vice president of impact at the James Beard Foundation where she developed the Chef's Boot camp for Policy and Change, where chefs learn how to effectively use their skills for advocacy. She discusses the National Restaurant Association's political force, the key role immigrant labor plays in our food system, and the powerful potential chefs have to advocate for food system reform. Related website: https://table81.com/
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Most Americans today would agree that the dream of supporting a family and living a good life on one full time salary is not available to vast numbers of people. Wages have not risen at the pace of profits over the last several decades, and work with benefits is far from guaranteed for many. In his 2023 book, “Ours Was the Shining Future: The Story of the American Dream,” New York Times writer David Leonhardt explains how we got here. He points out that corporate culture moved from a communitarian mindset to an individual one, government policies deprioritized workers, and labor unions weakened, all contributing to where we are today. Businessman, economics advisor and co-founder and co-chair of The Carlyle Group investment firm, David Rubenstein, talks with Leonhardt about his book on stage at the festival. The two discuss the drivers of economic progress and consider what would bring the American Dream back.
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne discuss Rupert Murdoch's departure from News Corp, wages, state taxes, and answer a number of listener questions on AGMs, quantitative tightening, super savings, and much more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Australian wages accelerated at the fastest pace in over 14 years in the three months through September and reached the Reserve Bank's forecast peak, while still remaining well below the inflation rate. So in real terms average Australian wages continue to go backwards, against inflation at 5.4%. And productivity improvements are nowhere to be seen, … Continue reading "Oooch! Wages Up, But Still Below Inflation!"
Wages grew at the fastest pace in the 26 years the ABS has been tracking them at 1.3% in the September quarter, so SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with IFM Investors Chief Economist Alex Joiner to find out if it really is easing the rising cost of living, plus Dianne Colledge from Morgans takes a look a the market reaction including what lower US inflation means for interest rates.
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Van Badham and Ben Davison dig into the best wage rise numbers in more than 20 years, discuss why many people will still be going backwards and, as the ACTU Price Gouging Inquiry wraps up, what we can do to help stop the profiteering. The union movement wins on minimum wage, awards, for aged care workers and improved collective agreements are lifting wages so if you want to see your pay get above the cost of living join your union at australianunions.org.au/wow Peter Dutton is back on the disinformation train, this time using a High Court decision to score political points at the expense of at least 74 innocent people. Indefinite detention has been ruled unconstitutional and the rules that Dutton put in place during his time in government have been exposed as not just morally without basis but also without legal standing. As Labor moves to fix these issues Dutton has ramped up mis vitriolic disinformation. Could it be a handy distraction from his party voting against returning $9 billion in unpaid workers wages? Or the loss of another of his moderate MPs to the cross bench? Or is it just that he bought the Trump/Bannon franchise and is determined to play it out? There's talk of another surplus budget and the ideas are already flowing. Ben and Van discuss why Albo's targeted cost of living relief is, in general, the right approach and also why supporting the 98% of public schools that are currently not funded to the MINIMUM level needed for every child is both targetted cost of living support and an investment in the future. Show your support for properly resourcing every school at https://www.foreverychild.au/postcard The good news is that the CFMEU and the broader union movement is winning the campaign to ban engineered stone. Ikea has joined Bunnings in announcing they won't stock the killer products in the future. A national policy is on the horizon and the campaign to prevent workers dying for bench-tops continues. Van acknowledges our Cadre and Extend the Reach supporters who have signed up at www.buymeacoffee.com/weekonwednesday to help us get this podcast into even more ears each and every week.
- Transplants Raise Wages to Block UAW - Small Supplier Goes Bankrupt, Impacts Stellantis - Big Supplier Hit by Cyber Attack - Fisker Slashes Production Forecast - Telsa Cozies Up with India - Mercedes Launches Mobile Car Repair - Renault and Peugeot Offer New E-Vans - Toyota Testing Bidirectional Charging - 1962 Ferrari GTO Sells for Record Price - Polestar 6 Won't Be Production Limited
Key Takeaways Understanding the market's cyclic nature is crucial, with an anticipation of improvement over the next 12-18 months. Have solutions ready for all aspects of a deal. Learn from 2008: be prepared for market turns. Specializing in one thing becomes crucial as you recognize the depth of your knowledge. True expertise arises from hands-on experience, embracing challenges, and actively practicing in your field. If you're taking on a deal, be the source for the completed project. It's about having the solution to all the problems or having access to them. Syndication is just a fancy word for a partnership. Limited partners provide capital, and general partners create, vet, underwrite, manage, and decide when to sell. Despite political divides and global uncertainties, with pent-up demand and a shortage of supply, there's significant money on the sidelines. The market hasn't cooled off as expected. Interest rates haven't slowed much. Wages are rising, and the economy remains strong. Timeline [01:50] Intro to episode guest [02:41] One word that describes Shannon personally and professionally. [04:16] Can you tap into something that was a bump in the road for you that you learned a valuable lesson from? [11:17] What is syndication, particularly for new listeners, in a concise way? [15:09] What's your outlook on the market in the next 12 to 18 months, considering the recurring cycle? [23:25] Are you currently involved in multifamily projects, or are you focused on light manufacturing and industrial deals? [26:07] Are you building multifamily or single-family properties? Contact Website: shannonrobnett.com
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We are back with a brand new edition of the podcast, and we are sharing with you a very interesting and insightful interview we had with Christian Filmmaker Michael doesn't make “cheesy church films," he makes authentic films that not only the church relates to, but also the secular world could relate to while receiving the universal message of Love. Michael has three movies out on Tubi. One is a Christian superhero movie called “The Keys of The Kingdom” and his other two movies are Christian drama's “The Wages of Sin” and “A Mother's Daughter.” Him and his wife Desireé Chin, also have a Christian book out called “Almost Not Born” available on Amazon. In addition to our interview with Christian Filmmaker Michael Kleos Chin, we also share some exciting news about our next slate of shows we have coming up including our Thanksgiving show, which drops Saturday, November 25th at 8pm. PLUS, we went back into our ministry archives and we are sharing with you an excerpt from the message that inspired our first book entitled, "Who Told You That You Were Naked?" This is a powerful message about identity that has already been a blessing to so many. And, it is still available in hard copy and e-book form on Amazon. So, be sure and check out this week's show, we've got a lot in store and more that you can't miss! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/michael-s-nimmons/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/michael-s-nimmons/support
The CBC's provincial affairs reporter Jacques Poitras spoke to Hugh Williams from the Association of Human Service Counsellors of New Brunswick.
Western Australia's government has agreed to a historic $180.4 million settlement to address the decades-long injustice of wages stolen from thousands of Aboriginal workers between 1936 and 1972. So where and how were wages stolen, who stole them and what is being done about it now? - Правительство Западной Австралии согласилось на финансовое урегулирование в размере 180,4 млн долларов, чтобы адресовать десятилетия несправедливого отношения с украденными зарплатами тысяч представителей Аборигенных народов с 1936 по 1972 год. В этом материале мы попытались объяснить, как были украдены выплаты, кто это делал, и какие шаги предпринимаются по этому поводу сейчас.
On this episode of the Professor Liberty Podcast our favorite obscure social studies teacher tries to explain something all of us who work for a living instinctively understand, that being why our salaries are terrible. The American worker is surrounded on all sides by dark economic forces that seem to only have one objective in mind and that is to make us poor. Having just enough expertise to make things interesting, our host gives a few reasons why prices keep increasing while our wages seem unable to keep up.
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Welcome to another captivating episode of OVTLYR Live, where we bring you the latest headlines and trading insights. Today, we've got three major stories that are sure to keep you engaged. Let's dive in! Starbucks Raises Wages Without Price Hike! ☕ In an era where price hikes have become commonplace, Starbucks is making headlines with an uncommon approach. They are giving their diligent employees a raise without passing on the cost to you, the loyal customer. While a 3% wage increase might not sound groundbreaking, it's a notable step, especially in today's economic climate. A few weeks ago, we discussed how government intervention in California forced McDonald's and Chipotle to increase their employees' wages. The responses were mixed, with some applauding the move, while others believed it was merely a small step. Now, Starbucks is following suit, committing to a minimum 3% wage increase, effective from January 1st. You might wonder, what can a 3% raise truly achieve? It may not buy you a mansion, but it's a start. Starbucks framed this announcement as part of an expanded benefits package for its employees. They are quick to highlight that this wage increase is well above the industry average. Although we may not have exact figures on the industry average, a 3% increase, while not earth-shattering, is a move in the right direction. But here's the real game-changer—Starbucks has no intention of raising menu prices to offset the wage increase. Yes, you heard it right! In a time of rampant inflation and companies swiftly passing on the financial burden to consumers, Starbucks is taking a bold stance by absorbing the cost themselves. This marks a significant shift in the fight against rising prices and inflation. If we can increase our incomes without a corresponding increase in prices, we, as consumers, are the true beneficiaries. Starbucks is setting an example for others to follow. The only thing that would be better is if they decided to reduce their prices to attract even more customers, but you can't win them all, can you? While it's true that inflation has cooled slightly, it remains at 3.7% compared to the previous year. However, it's essential to understand that inflation is cumulative. If it was up 10% in year one and an additional 3.7% in year two, the cumulative effect is over 14%. In simple terms, prices are still rising, and the financial pressure on households is far from over. The consequences of this credit card debt crisis are not limited to the borrowers alone; it impacts the economy as a whole. As more people struggle to make ends meet, the ripple effect of these financial hardships could have far-reaching consequences. Now, let's take a look at the trading data for a company that often plays a significant role in this narrative—Capital One Finance. Capital One Finance received a buy signal on November 6th, offering a potential return of 39.77%. If you're interested in receiving such trading signals and learning more about why outliers win, visit ovtlyr.com. Tesla Crushes Competitors!
Western Australia's government has agreed to a historic $180.4 million settlement to address the decades-long injustice of wages stolen from thousands of Aboriginal workers between 1936 and 1972. So where and how were wages stolen, who stole them and what is being done about it now?
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken wraps up a weekend tour of the Middle East after failing to secure an Israel-Hamas ceasefire. And migrant arrests at America's Southern border surpass two million for the second consecutive year. Luke Vargas hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today is the monthly reminder that average hourly earnings are not wages. When the composition of the labor market shifts, the gap between the two is likely to grow. In other words, it is time for the US employment report. The UK recently admitted that no can trust its labor market data, and it is worth remembering that US non-farm payrolls is based on a survey with a less than 50% response rate.
Thousands of garment workers in Bangladesh, one of largest garment-producing countries in the world, are took to the streets of capital Dhaka to demand better wages. At least two people have been killed and dozens injured when protesters clashed with police. Clothing exports are worth more than forty billion dollars annually to the Bangladesh economy, with shipments reaching more than one hundred and fifty countries and over one thousand clothing brands. Around four million people are employed in the garment industry - 60% of them are women. They get around 75 dollars a month. They want that increasing about to at least 200 dollars.
Toyota fast follows the UAW pay raises - will unionization work at more automakers? A study shows Michigan is among the least interested in being cashless. And it looks like a mall is for sale. How could we use the space malls occupied, better? Norris Howard joins us as he does on Wednesdays. Feedback as always - dailydetroit - at - gmail - dot - com or 313-789-3211 Follow us on Apple Podcasts: https://lnk.to/dailydetroitonapple Or Spotify: https://lnk.to/dailydetroitonspotify Thanks to our members: http://www.patreon.com/dailydetroit Or those who do a one-time contribution: http://www.buymeacoffee.com/dailydetroit
Israel has ruled out a ceasefire and is stepping up attacks in Gaza. It's day two of the trial to decide if former President Donald Trump should be included in Colorado's 2024 presidential ballot. American workers are seeing some bumps in their paychecks. Stellantis says the auto workers' strike has cost it $3 billion in revenue. Plus, taking aspirin to treat heart problems might not be a good idea for some patients. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How does technology affect our rights? Do we need protection from the state and Big Tech? Apar Gupta joins Amit Varma in episode 353 of The Seen and the Unseen to discuss his battle for digital rights in India. (FOR FULL LINKED SHOW NOTES, GO TO SEENUNSEEN.IN.) Also check out 1. Apar Gupta on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, IFF and YouTube. 2. Internet Freedom Foundation. (Donate to it!) 3. Apar Gupta's application to the Ashoka Fellowship (effectively a mini-autobiography). 4. IFF Wrapped, Unwrapped -- 2022 year-end event. 5. The Fine Line of Free Speech in India -- Apar Gupta. 6. When lawyers speak, they argue -- Apar Gupta. 7. I Don't Know -- Apar Gupta. 8. The archives of India Law and Technology Blog. 9. Aakar Patel Is Full of Hope — Episode 270 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Aakar Patel). 10. The Life and Times of Teesta Setalvad — Episode 302 of The Seen and the Unseen. 11. Amartya Ghosh on Spotify. 12. Neighbours Envy, Owners Pride -- Onida commercial. 13. Mungerilal Ke Haseen Sapne. 14. Permanent Record -- Edward Snowden. 15. Nehru's India -- Taylor Sherman. 16. The Life and Times of Vir Sanghvi — Episode 236 of The Seen and the Unseen. 17. India's Problem is Poverty, Not Inequality — Amit Varma. 18. The Shallows -- Nicholas Carr. 19. The Incredible Curiosities of Mukulika Banerjee — Episode 276 of The Seen and the Unseen. 20. Why India Votes— Mukulika Banerjee. 21. Vlogbrothers, Tom Scott and Hardcore History. 22. The Techno-Optimist Manifesto -- Marc Andreeson. 23. Zero to One -- Peter Thiel. 24. Narendra Modi interviewed by Rajeev Shukla. 25. Sacred Games. 26. The Road Ahead -- Bill Gates. 27. The Prem Panicker Files — Episode 217 of The Seen and the Unseen. 28. Vladimir Nabokov on Wikipedia and Amazon. 29. The Great Gatsby -- F. Scott Fitzgerald. 30. Ruth Bader Ginsberg on Wikipedia and Amazon, 31. The Notebook Trilogy — Agota Kristof. 32. Episodes of The Seen and the Unseen with Ramachandra Guha: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 33. Jinnah -- Jaswant Singh. 34. Gujarat High Court lifts ban on Jaswant's book on Jinnah -- Saeed Khan. 35. Shreya Singhal v. Union of India. 36. Charges dropped against girls held for Facebook post -- PTI. 37. Nikhil Pahwa on Twitter, LinkedIn, MediaNama and his own site. 38. Episodes of The Seen and the Unseen with Nikhil Pahwa: 1, 2, 3. 39. Chandrahas Choudhury on Instagram, Amazon and The Middle Stage. 40. Chandrahas Choudhury's Country of Literature -- Episode 288 of The Seen and the Unseen. 41. Kiran Jonnalagadda on Twitter and Hasgeek. 42. Sedition charges dropped against Aseem Trivedi -- PTI. 43. Justice K.S.Puttaswamy(Retd) vs Union Of India. 44. Hello world - and happy Independence Day! (2016) -- Apar Gupta. 45. IFF on Reddit. 46. Twitter and Tear Gas — Zeynep Tufekci. 47. Radically Networked Societies — Episode 158 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Pranay Kotasthane). 48. Anushka Jain's thread on SRK and digital rights. 49. IFF's Aarogya Setu Infographic. 50. The AgriStack: A Primer -- Rohin Garg. 51. Naushad Forbes Wants to Fix India — Episode 282 of The Seen and the Unseen. 52. The Struggle And The Promise -- Naushad Forbes. 53. Shruti Rajagopalan on our constitutional amendments. 54. The Right to Property — Episode 26 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shruti Rajagopalan). 55. The Ideas of Our Constitution — Episode 164 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Madhav Khosla). 56. Emergency Chronicles — Gyan Prakash. 57. Gyan Prakash on the Emergency — Episode 103 of The Seen and the Unseen. 58. The Importance of the 1991 Reforms — Episode 237 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shruti Rajagopalan and Ajay Shah). 59. India's Lost Decade — Episode 116 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Puja Mehra). 60. The Life and Times of Montek Singh Ahluwalia — Episode 285 of The Seen and the Unseen. 61. The Forgotten Greatness of PV Narasimha Rao — Episode 283 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Vinay Sitapati). 62. Why Freedom Matters — Episode 10 of Everything is Everything, hosted by Amit Varma and Ajay Shah. 63. India's Far From Free Markets (2005) — Amit Varma in the Wall Street Journal. 64. Don't Insult Pasta (2007) — Amit Varma. 65. The Matunga Racket (2007) — Amit Varma. 66. One Bad Law Goes, but Women Remain Second-Class Citizens (2018) -- Amit Varma. 67. The Colonial Constitution -- Arghya Sengupta. 68. The First Assault on Our Constitution — Episode 194 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Tripurdaman Singh). 69. Sixteen Stormy Days — Tripurdaman Singh. 70. A People's Constitution -- Rohit De. 71. Subhashish Bhadra on Our Dysfunctional State — Episode 333 of The Seen and the Unseen. 72. Caged Tiger: How Too Much Government Is Holding Indians Back — Subhashish Bhadra. 73. Roland Barthes and John Berger on Amazon. 74. Bombay Progressive Artists' Group and Gond art. 75. Bill Evans on Spotify and YouTube. 76. Night Song and Mustt Mustt -- Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan with Michael Brook. 77. Doppelganger -- Naomi Klein. 78. Automating Inequality -- Virginia Eubanks. 79. The Speaking Constitution -- KG Kannabiran. 80. The Wages of Impunity -- KG Kannabiran. 81. The Good Fight. 82. Court and The Disciple -- Chaitanya Tamhane. Amit Varma and Ajay Shah have launched a new video podcast. Check out Everything is Everything on YouTube. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: ‘Carrying a Torch' by Simahina.
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