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This Hindi Podcast brings to you in-depth conversations on politics, public policy, technology, philosophy and pretty much everything that is interesting. Presented by tech entrepreneur Saurabh Chandra and public policy researcher Pranay Kotasthane, the show features conversations with experts in a casual yet thoughtful manner.

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भारत की अर्थव्यवस्था में महिलाओं के योगदान पर अध्ययन करने की सख़्त ज़रुरत है। एक ओर सुनने में आता है कि भारत की महिला श्रम भागीदारी दर साउदी अरब जैसे रूढ़िवादी राज्य के करीब पहुँच चुकी है तो दूसरी ओर कई भारतीय महिलाएँ अर्थव्यवस्था के हर क्षेत्र में नयी ऊँचाइयाँ छू रही हैं। तो इस एपिसोड में हमने महिला श्रम के कई पहलुओं पर चर्चा की अर्थशास्त्री, प्रोफेसर अश्विनी देशपांडे से, जो इस विषय पर दो दशकों से शोध कर रही हैं।What do the low women labour force participation rates in India indicate? How has COVID-19 impacted women labour in India? What can the Indian state, society, and markets do to correct the gender gap? These are some questions we discuss in this Puliyabaazi with Dr Ashwini Deshpande (@AshwDeshpande), Professor of Economics and the Founding Director of Centre for Economic Data and Analysis at Ashoka University.For more:Puliyabaazi episode on gender discrimination with Mahima VashishtThe Norms That Matter, a paper exploring the distribution of women's work between income generation, expenditure-saving, and unpaid domestic responsibilities in India, by Ashwini Deshpande and Naila KabeerScroll.in Interview with Ashwini DeshpandeMildred Pierce: a HBO miniseriesFrench film gender role reversal - Oppressed MajorityFreedom short filmDropping Out, Being Pushed Out or Can’t Get in? Decoding Declining Labour Force Participation of Indian Women, paper by Ashwini Deshpande and Jitendra SinghCaste: The Lies that Divide Us, a book by Isabel WilkersonHans Rosling’s TED talk on The Magic Washing MachinePuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
एक पेंशन का हमारे पॉपुलर कल्चर में बड़ा महत्व है। बुढ़ापे में पेंशन का आश्वासन एक बड़ा कारण है जिसकी वजह से हर सरकारी नौकरी के लिए आवेदकों की भीड़ उमड़ पड़ती है। तो पेन्शन - ये संकल्पना आख़िर शुरू कब से हुई? सरकार कम्पनियों पर पेन्शन देना बाध्य क्यों करती है? भारत में कितने प्रकार के पेन्शन है? आगे जाकर ये पेन्शन क्या रूप धारण कर सकते हैं? ये One Rank One Pension (OROP) है क्या? ऐसे कुछ सवालों की मदद से हमने पुलियाबाज़ी की अर्थशास्त्री रेणुका साने के साथ। रेणुका पेंशन फाइनेंस में महारथ रखती है। इस एपिसोड में उन्होंने सरकारी पेंशन प्रणाली का विस्तार में ब्यौरा दिया है। The word “pension” is synonymous with old-age security. After the second world war, the scope and reach of this financial instrument have expanded all over the world. But does this mechanism make sense in the new economy? What are the pension schemes that the Government of India runs? Can the Indian government afford a scheme like One Rank One Pension (OROP)? In this episode, economist Renuka Sané (@resanering) discusses the economics of pensions in detail. Renuka is an Associate Professor at the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy and is an expert on India’s pension system. For more:The way forward for India's National Pension System, Renuka Sane and Susan Thomas, IGIDR Working PaperPricing the OROP, Renuka Sane and Ajay Shah, MintIs India’s rising defence pension bill affecting modernisation of military? 5 myths busted, Lt Gen Prakash Menon and Pranay Kotasthane, ThePrintThe Safety of a Good Pension, The Pragati Podcast episode feat. Renuka SaneThe Indian Pension Reform, Ajay Shah’s slides describing the reform journeyTakshashila Discussion Document — A Human Capital Investment Model for India’s National Security System, Lt Gen Prakash Menon and Pranay KotasthanePuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
आये दिन ऐसा लगता है सांप्रदायिक मन-मुटाव बढ़ता जा रहा है। हिन्दू-मुसलमान पुलियाबाज़ी सिर्फ बयानबाज़ी रह गयी है। तो इस बार हमने बात की लेखक और सम्पादक ग़ज़ाला वहाब (@ghazalawahab) से जिनकी नयी किताब Born a Muslim भारतीय इस्लाम पर रौशनी डालती है और कई मनघडंत धारणाओं को ख़ारिज करती है। Tolerance between religions has been a defining value of Indianness. And yet, this sentiment has been shaken in recent years. WhatsApp groups are flooded with forwards spreading blatantly false narratives with an intent to communalize Indian society. So in this episode, we speak with author Ghazala Wahab about her latest book Born a Muslim. Ghazala discusses Indian Islam and busts many myths that have flourished because of declining contact between communities. For more:Ghazala Wahab’s book Born a MuslimInfluence of Islam on Indian Culture, book by Tara ChandA History of the Arab Peoples, book by Albert HouraniGhazala’s Manthan talk on YouTubeEp. 53: सीएए और एनआरसी: इंसानों का डिमॉनेटाईसेशनPuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
१९९१ में भारत में एक सामाजिक और आर्थिक क्रांति आई। आर्थिक सुधारों ने 25 करोड़ भारतियों को गरीबी से निकाला और भारत को विश्व भर में एक नयी पहचान दी। इस क्रांति को आए पिछले महीने ३० साल हो गए। तो इसी विषय पर पुलियाबाज़ी करने लौट रही है अर्थशास्त्री श्रुति राजगोपालन (@srajagopalan)। This July marked thirty years of India’s economic liberalization reforms. These reforms transformed India. The resultant growth in the economy is single-handedly responsible for the reduction in India’s poverty. So this Puliyabaazi is about life before 1991, why India chose the path it did after independence, and the reforms that remained unfinished in 1991. Joining us is Shruti Rajagopalan (@srajagopalan), Senior Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center. She and her colleagues have started The 1991 Project to document essays, data visualizations, oral histories, podcasts, and policy papers demystifying the Indian economy and the 1991 reforms. For more:The 1991 Project -- the project portal. Read Shruti’s lead essay here. The M document -- A paper for internal discussion in government prepared by Montek S Ahluwalia, Special Secretary to the Prime Minister, in May 1990IndiaBefore91.in -- Stories of Life under the License RajEp.13: जो मेरा है, क्या वो सच में मेरा है? -- Puliyabaazi with Shruti Rajagopalan on property rightsEp. 37: ये लिबरल आख़िर है कौन? -- Puliyabaazi with Amit Varma on liberalism and FA Hayek’s writingsTo the Brink and Back: India’s 1991 Story: India's 1991 Story -- Jairam Ramesh’s book on a ringside view of the economic reform period.The Importance of the 1991 Reforms -- The Seen & the Unseen Podcast episode with Ajay Shah and Shruti RajagopalanPuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
और सुनते-सुनाते, पुलियाबाज़ी का शतक पूरा हो गया। तो ये वाली पुलियाबाज़ी पुलियाबाज़ी पर ही है। इस सेंचुरी एपिसोड के स्पेशल होस्ट है विनीत देवैया (@VineetDevaiah) और हॉट सीट पर है सौरभ और प्रणय। हमने बात की पुलियाबाज़ी के सफर, उद्देश्य और भविष्य की। सभी श्रोताओं को बहुत बहुत धन्यवाद - सुनते रहियेगा!Puliyabaazi reaches three figures with this episode. Over the last three and half years, we have attempted to stitch together one interesting conversation every fortnight. So, for this century's special episode, we did something different. The special host for this episode is tech entrepreneur, Puliyabaazi guest, and avid listener, Vineet Devaiah (@VineetDevaiah). On the hot seat are hosts Saurabh and Pranay, discussing the Puliyabaazi story with Vineet. We talked about our failures, listener feedback, and what lies ahead for this project.Keep listening and thanks to all our listeners. You make it worth the effort.For more:Vineet and Ashwin’s NBA Podcast, Ball is BaeEp58 with Vineet Devaiah on Virtual RealityEp. 99: सच की खोज: एक Archaeologist से मुलाक़ात -- One of our all-time favorite episodesEp98 -- Vineet disagrees with our view on population policy in this episode.Ep01 -- Our first episode, on AIEp06 -- one of the first in-depth discussions in Hindi on BitcoinOur China series with Manoj Kewalramani, Sunny Mewati, and Sana Hashmi -- 1, 2, 3, 4, 5Arthashastra special with Kajari Kamal -- part 1, part 2Our episodes on Ambedkar -- part 1, part 2Our episode with Alok Shukla on Electronic Voting in IndiaOur episode on liberalism with Amit VarmaThe Use of Knowledge in Society -- by FA HayekThe Road to Serfdom -- by FA HayekLaw, Legislation, and Liberty -- by FA HayekEp39 -- Our episode on Liberal Nationalism with Nitin PaiEp71 -- Our episode with Abhishek Avtans on Hindi-UrduEp73 -- Special episode with listener guest Rohit Sharma on the 1857 warEp86 -- Our episode with Chandrabhan Prasad on Dalit CapitalismEp69 -- Our episode on Tagore-Gandhi DebatesEp93 -- Our episode with Vishwanath S on groundwater in IndiaThe Reith Lectures PodcastPuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
ये एपिसोड है पुरातत्वशास्त्र पर। सिंधु घाटी सभ्यता के बारे में आये दिन कई धारणाएं सुनने मिलती है। लेकिन हम दावे के साथ आखिर क्या कह सकते है? इसी सवाल पर एक दिलचस्प पुलियाबाज़ी पुरातत्वशास्त्री दिशा अहलूवालिया के साथ।The Indus Valley Civilisation is a celebrity of sorts within India’s rich cultural heritage. In this puliyabaazi we speak to archaeologist Disha Ahluwalia (@ahluwaliadisha) about the profession and new archaeological findings of bronze-age civilizations.For more:A History of Ancient and Early Medieval India by Upinder SinghSanauli’s Mysterious ‘Warriors’, by Disha Ahluwalia on Live History IndiaPuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify, or any other podcast app.
In this #By2 episode, Saurabh and Pranay discuss three questions:What explains the rising petrol and diesel prices?Why is the Chinese government reversing its one-child policy?What are the implications of the economic and social disparities between India’s southern and northern states?अगली #By2 पुलियाबाज़ी में सौरभ और प्रणय तीन मुद्दों पर चर्चा कर रहे हैं:पेट्रोल और डीज़ल १०० का आंकड़ा क्यों छू रहे हैं?चीन की सरकार अपनी “हम दो, हमारी एक” जनसंख्या नियंत्रण नीति क्यों हटाना चाहती है?भारत के उत्तर और दक्षिण राज्यों के आर्थिक व सामाजिक अंतर के क्या राजनीतिक परिणाम हो सकते है?For more:Why Indians Pay Such a High Price for Petrol and Diesel, by Vivek KaulBring Petrol under GST, All Things Policy Podcast episode 598China, the Middle-Aged Kingdom, All Things Policy Podcast episode 223The Paradox of India’s North–South Divide: Lessons from the States and Regions, Samuel Paul and Kala SreedharPuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
Why are Indian cities the way they are? How do we define a good city? And what should the future of urbanized India be like? In the next Puliyabaazi, we discuss these questions and a lot more, with Dr Anjali Karol Mohan, an urban and regional planner.हमारे समाज की समृद्धि के लिए शहरीकरण ज़रूरी है। इसके बावजूद हमारे शहरों की अवस्था को देखकर अक्सर खीज और निराशा के भाव मंडराने लगते है। तो इस एपिसोड में हमने बात की शहरी नियोजक डॉ. अंजली करोल मोहन से एक अच्छे शहर की संकल्पना पर। For more:Bird's eye view of city planning is full of blur, by Anjali Karol Mohan, India TogetherThe Prophecies of Jane Jacobs, by Nathaniel Rich, The AtlanticBengaluru, sans a city plan, by Anjali Karol Mohan, Deccan HeraldPuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
Gender discrimination is all around us — at homes, workplaces, and in relationships. It starts before a child’s birth and doesn’t go away even in death rituals. And this holds true even in elite India. So, in this episode, we speak to Mahima Vashisht (@mahimavashisht), who is showing Indians the mirror, one story, and one meme at a time, on Womaning in India.लैंगिक भेदभाव के बारे में हमारी आँखों पर एक पर्दा पड़ा रहता है. सर्वत्र होते हुए भी अक़्सर हम सब इसे अनदेखा करते है. इस एपिसोड में लेखिका महिमा वशिष्ट आँखों से पर्दा हटा कर कुछ कड़वे सच उजागर कर रही हैं. For more:Subscribe to Mahima’s awesome newsletter Womaning in India‘Why Loiter?’, a book by Shilpa Phadke, Sameera Khan, and Shilpa RanadeAlice Evans and Shruti Rajagopalan on the Great Gender Divergence, Ideas of India PodcastHow Did East Asia Overtake South Asia?, by Alice EvansPuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify, or any other podcast app.
Our governments roll out many laws and regulations. When these laws fail to have the desired effect, we either blame the implementation deficit or the citizens. But what if the problem was in the design of the law itself? Is there a way to design better laws? In the Puliyabaazi, we are joined by the Centre of Civil Society’s Prashant Narang (@law_et_al) and Jayana Bedi on how to measure the Quality of Indian Laws.हम अक्सर सुनते है कि भारतीय नियम-क़ानून बहुत पेचीदा है। लेकिन इस पेचीदगी के मापदंड क्या है? हमारे कानूनों की गुणवत्ता कैसे परखी जाए? इसी विषय पर ये पुलियाबाज़ी सेंटर फॉर सिविल सोसाइटी के प्रशांत नारंग और जयना बेदी के साथ|For more:Paper on quantitative Analysis of National laws, Jayana Bedi and Prashant NarangVisualisation of quantitative metrics obtained for national and state lawsQuality of Laws ToolkitQuantitative analysis of all state school education lawsPuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
Most Indian languages share the same phonetic structure and yet have vastly different scripts, making communication across languages difficult. Moreover, each script has its own peculiarities steepening the learning curve for adults and children alike. To tackle this challenge, a team at IIT Madras designed a novel and technology-friendly Indic script — Bharati — that can be used to write in multiple Indian languages. In this Puliyabaazi, we speak to two members from the Bharati Team — Prof V Srinivasa Chakravarthy and Anubhooti Soni — about Indian languages, their similarities, and the need for a common script.भारत की भिन्न-भिन्न भाषाओँ को एक चीज़ जोड़ती है - उनकी मूलभूत संरचना. इसके बावजूद हमारी भाषाओं की लिपियाँ कम ही मेल खाती है. इस वजह से एक दुसरे की भाषाएँ समझना और सीखना मुश्किल हो जाता है. इसी चुनौती को सुलझाने के लिए IIT मद्रास की एक टीम ने एक ऐसी लिपि का ईजाद किया है जिसके ज़रिए भारत की हर प्रमुख भाषा को लिखा-पढ़ा जा सकता है. इस पुलियाबाज़ी में चर्चा इसी दिलचस्प विषय पर.For more:One Billion People. One Script. TEDx Talk by Srinivasa Chakravarthy Video: Bharati Script: Short, Sweet and Fast-PacedVideo: Bharati: The Unified Indian ScriptBharati Webpage: https://bharatiscript.wordpress.com/genesis/Android Apps for Bharati: Bharati Keyboard, Bharati Handwriting Keyboard, Bharati Jumble Tumble, and Bharati TransliteratorBharati Primers: Bodo, Kannada, Tamil, SanskritTransliterated works: Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, SanskritPuliyabaazi #71 with Abhishek Avtans on Hindi-UrduThe Elegance of the Devanagari Script by Navin KabraPuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
India’s connection with groundwater is recorded as far back as the Indus Valley Civilisation. What are the consequences of relying on groundwater? How can over-extraction of groundwater resources be contained? What role can you play in water conservation? We discuss all these questions and more in this episode with S Vishwanath (@zenrainman), the urban planner and water conservation expert. वैसे तो भारत में कई नदियाँ है पर ज़्यादातर भारतीय सदियों से भूजल पर निर्भर रहे हैं। यहाँ तक कि सिंधु घाटी सभ्यता के पुरातत्व-अवशेष में भी कई कुँवें पाए गए हैं. तो इस एपिसोड में हमने भारत की भूजल व्यवस्था के बारे में विस्तार से चर्चा की जल संरक्षक विश्वनाथ एस. के साथ. कुछ सवाल जिन पर हमने चर्चा की:हमारे समाज में नदियों को बहुत महत्व दिया गया है - नदियों को भगवानस्वरूप माना जाता है, क्या ऐसा सम्मान कुँवो को भी मिलता देखा है? भारत भूजल पर इतना निर्भर क्यों है? क्या भारत अपवाद है इस मामले में? क्या होता है भूजल पर निर्भर होने का नतीजा? क्या फ़ायदे है और क्या नुक़सान? भारत में बोरवेल टेक्नॉलोजी में कैसे महारथ हासिल कर ली? भूजल कहाँ मिलता है? क्या साइयन्स है इसमें? हम अक़्सर सुनते है कि बोरवेल खोदा एक बोरवेल से दो मीटर दूर और पानी तो मिला ही नहीं। ये लॉटरी ही है क्या अभी भी?क्या भूजल को अभी भी निजी संपत्ति माना जाता है? अगर आप कोई ज़मीन के मालिक है तो उसके नीचे के पानी के भी मालिक हो जाते है क्या? दूसरे देशों में और कोई मॉडल है जिसने भूजल का उपयोग बेहतर किया हो?पानी की मीटरिंग करने से क्या लोग अपनी खपत कम करते है? सरकार, समाज, और बाजार क्या कर सकते है हमारी भूजल समस्या को सुलझाने के लिए?For more:Vishwanath’s writings in The Hindu on water governanceVishwanath’s interview on A Million Recharge Wells ProjectPuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
The horse has been so central to human civilisation that the history of this majestic animal alone reveals a lot about our own past. So in this episode, Yashaswini Chandra, author of the new book The Tale of the Horse: A History of India on Horseback gives a masterclass on the history of horses in India. घोडा - इस जानवर का भारतीय संस्कृति से गहरा नाता रहा है | घोड़ों का उल्लेख हमारी पौराणिक कथाओं में, इतिहास में, कला-साहित्य में, मुहावरों में, और बॉलीवुड में भी मिलता है | तो इस एपिसोड में इतिहासकार और घुड़सवार यशस्विनी चंद्र भारत में घोड़ों के उपयोग, व्यापार, और इंसानी लगाव की कहानी बयाँ कर रही है | For more:The Tale of the Horse: A History of India on Horseback, Book by Yashaswini ChandraIndia’s native horses disappeared by 8000 BC. But Rig Veda mentions them more than the cow, Yashaswini Chandra in ThePrintPuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
In this #By2, Saurabh and Pranay discuss the ongoing case in the Supreme Court on increasing the reservation cap beyond 50% and the role of universities in society. In the #KBP section, they discuss listener questions. इस #By2 में पुलियाबाज़ी आरक्षण पर चल रहे सुप्रीम कोर्ट केस पर, और एक समाज में विश्वविद्यालय के मक़सद पर। इसके अलावा चर्चा श्रोताओं के कुछ बढ़िया सवालों पर। For more:Indra Sawhney vs Union of India Judgment of the Supreme Court (1992)Kalven Committee Report on the University’s Role in Political and Social Action, University of Chicago, 1967Puliyabaazi #2: ये Republic क्या बला है?Puliyabaazi #89: सामाजिक न्याय की क़श्मक़श. Affirmative Action in IndiaPuliyabaazi #87: जबरन का चंदा. Compulsory Philanthropy.Puliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
How has the retail sector sector evolved in India? Why does India have so many small shops? How is technology impacting retail trade? How did the concept of “Sachetisation” come about? We discuss these questions and more in this deepdive on Indian retail with go-to market strategy consultant, Amit Mittal, who is also an ardent Puliyabaazi listener.भारत में इतनी किराना दुकानें क्यों हैं? टेक्नोलॉजी और ई-कॉमर्स के आने से छोटी दुकानों में क्या बदलाव आए हैं? सरकार रिटेल क्षेत्र को बढ़ावा कैसे दे सकती है? ऐसे ही कुछ दिलचस्प सवालों के सहारे हमने भारत में रिटेल को समझने की कोशिश की. इस पुलियाबाज़ी में हमारे गेस्ट है स्ट्रेटेजी कंसलटेंट अमित मित्तल. For more:Retail Transformation, Boston Consulting Group Online retail majors focus on sprawling small retailer base to boost reach, Surajeet Das Gupta, Business StandardPuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
Deborah Stone in her textbook Policy Paradox, describes the paradox of distribution thus: “equality often means inequality, and equal treatment often means unequal treatment. The same distribution may look equal or unequal, depending on where you focus.”So in this #By2 episode, Saurabh and Pranay discuss affirmative action and the paradox of distribution in India. They discuss the dominant modes of affirmative action, the difference between fairness and equality, and the impossibility of designing an affirmative action that is equal in all respects.इस एपिसोड में प्रणय और सौरभ चर्चा कर रहे हैं आरक्षण, कोटा जैसे सामाजिक न्याय के तरीकों पर। For more:Look Beyond Quotas for Equality, Pranay Kotasthane and Nitin Pai in FirstPostAnticipating the Unintended #72Policy Paradox, book by Deborah StonePuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
In the past, India has played a significant role in mediating peace in conflicts involving major powers. However, this zeal has waned over the last few decades. In this episode, Raja Karthikeya, who has worked on several peace issues in West Asia, argues that India must revive the peace mediation agenda for its own national interest. He dispels commonly held notions that have constrained India’s imagination and action as an international peace mediator. This episode builds on Raja’s chapter in the book India's Marathon: Reshaping the Post-Pandemic World Order. आम तौर पर ये धारणा है कि भारत को दूसरे देशों के झगड़ों से दो गज़ की दूरी बनाई रखनी चाहिए, पहले खुद के झगड़े निपटाए और फिर ही दूसरे देशों के मामलों में सोचें। लेकिन इस एपिसोड में राजा कार्तिकेय कहते है कि सोचने का ये नज़रिया ग़लत है। शांति मध्यस्थता में सक्रिय होने से भारत को सीधा सीधा लाभ भी है और भारत इस ज़िम्मेदारी को उठाने में सक्षम भी है। राजा कई पश्चिम एशिया में शांति मध्यस्थता प्रक्रियाओं का हिस्सा रह चुके हैं। For more:Read Raja’s chapter in India's Marathon: Reshaping the Post-Pandemic World Order, editors Pranay Kotasthane, Anirudh Kanisetti, and Nitin Pai.70 years of the Korean War: India’s lesser-known role in halting it, Neha Banka for Indian ExpressRaja’s previous appearance on Puliyabaazi #24For an Indian Touch in Timor-Leste, Nitin PaiPuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
In the next #By2 series, Saurabh and Pranay discuss three things. One, a solution for changing incentives of government companies without an outright sale of all assets. Two, the absolute joy of seeing and hearing Mars courtesy NASA’s Perseverance. And three, why mandatory corporate social responsibility provisions are counterproductive. इस एपिसोड में तीन मुख़्तलिफ़ मुद्दों पर #By2 पुलियाबाज़ी। एक, निजीकरण की गति बढ़ाने के लिए एक नया सुझाव। दो, मंगल गृह की तस्वीरें। और तीन, कम्पनियों पर सरकार का बोझ डालने का परिणाम|For more:Ep. 42: सरकारी काम इतना रुलाते है, सब बेच डालें क्या?Five Paths of Disinvestment in India by Sudipto Banerjee, Renuka Sane, and Srishti SharmaDoes Mandated Corporate Social Responsibility Reduce Intrinsic Motivation? Evidence from India, by Shivram Rajgopal and Prasanna TantriAnticipating the Unintended #108 on compulsory philanthropyPuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
Well-known journalist, author, and entrepreneur Chandran Bhan Prasad (@cbhanp) is on Puliyabaazi to discuss his latest book What is Ambedkarism?. Mr Prasad makes a case for capitalism as a way for achieving Dalit empowerment. In this episode, we also discuss Ambedkar’s ideas on dalit politics and economics. इस एपिसोड में हमने चर्चा की प्रसिद्ध पत्रकार, लेखक, और विचारक चंद्रभान प्रसाद (@cbhanp) से. इस पुलियाबाज़ी में उन्होंने अपनी नई किताब What is Ambedkarism? और दलित पूंजीवाद के महत्व पर विस्तार से बातें की.For more:What is Ambedkarism?, book by Chandra Bhan PrasadDefying the Odds: The Rise of Dalit Entrepreneurs, book by Devesh Kapur, D Shyam Babu, and Chandra Bhan PrasadIdeas for India Podcast episode with Chandra Bhan PrasadDr BR Ambedkar’s Writings and Speeches, Volume 17, Part-1 has the Scheduled Castes Federation Manifesto that we discuss in the episode.Dalit Diary, a weekly column at the Pioneer that Chandra Bhan Prasad wrote.Puliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
Last few days witnessed two significant moves by radically networked societies. Retail investors rallied around a stock to take on a hedge fund management company in the US. Meanwhile, tweets by US celebrities on the ongoing farmer protests in northern India put the government on the defensive. So in the #By2, Pranay and Saurabh discuss how radically networked societies are challenging the State and what the State can do in response.In the Kuch Bhi Poocho #KBP section, they discuss listener questions on promotion of Hindi and the unemployment scenario in India.इंटरनेट के माध्यम से जुड़ कर लोग राजतंत्र के सामने नई चुनौतियाँ रख रहे है. पिछले हफ़्तों में ही इस झड़प के दो रूप देखने मिले, तो ये पुलियाबाज़ी इसी विषय पर. For more:Politics of Radically Networked Societies, chapter by Sneha Shankar and Nitin PaiRadically Networked Societies, Pranay Kotasthane and Amit Varma, The Seen and the Unseen episode 158Twitter and Tear Gas, book by Zeynep TufekciLiberty & Security in Radically Networked Societies: A Challenge for Every Generation, chapter by Pranay Kotasthane and Nitin PaiPuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: https://twitter.com/puliyabaaziFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/puliyabaaziInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app.
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ludacris

👍👍👍

Aug 31st
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Anand sharma

इस एपिसोड से पहले भूजल सभ्यता वाला एपिसोड मेरा favourite tha। अब ये एपिसोड हो गया। खूब हंसा में आप लोगों की बातें सुनकर।

Jul 22nd
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Anand sharma

this was the moat informative and insightful show. विश्वनाथ जी को मेरा प्रणाम 🙏 फुल of Passion

Jun 15th
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Anand sharma

मेने भी schooling तराई में की है। नैनीताल डिस्ट्रिक्ट में। तब ग्राउंड हमारा समतल नहीं था।बारिश के दिनों में क्रिकेट पिच में जब पानी भर जाता था, हम लोग खुरपी और फावड़ा लेकर ग्राउंड में कहीं और खोदकर पिच पर सुखी मिट्टी डालते थे। कभी कभी जहां खोदते थे वहां नीचे से पानी निकल आता था।

Jun 15th
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Utkarsha D

Who was Anubhooti here? Did we ever hear this person?

Jun 11th
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Utkarsha D

Getting targeted ads for Facebook in Hindi for this :)))

Jun 3rd
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Ketan Ramteke

Wow, quoting genocidal maniac Mao! How subtle.

May 31st
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Vinayak Joshi

very nice discussion

Apr 26th
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Adharsh B

1. But as you said the basis should be on demography, living index and situation of reach to people. You cannot do same reservation rule in Kerala as in Tamil Nadu. You need to identify the people under need, irrespective of cast on living index. The requirement is equality in opportunity. And neither the reservation reduced cruelty of the upper caste in all locations. It is also on the quality of governance at different states. so it cannot be subjective - it should be more realtime and conclusive. we normally work for vote bank rather for progress of Human index - by this are we really meeting the purpose of avoiding exploitation

Mar 25th
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KarniPodcast

Very very nice , thanks Please sub my channel https://castbox.fm/va/3671793

Jan 3rd
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sum black

basically इस चूतिए (amit) का कहना है सरकार इस साले कि गुलाम है । तू कुछ भी अनैतिक करे लेकिन तेरी कोई जवाबदारी ना हो। सारी जवाबदारी सरकार की । bose-D वाले तुम्हारे सारे right ही है या कुछ duty भी देश के प्रति । पुलिया वालो इस चूतिए को मत बुलाना आगे से ।

Oct 12th
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Sanjit Patel

Great stuff as always. you should have one on Agenda 201,Agenda 2030, Gray state movie, Gates Foundation etc. as all these are related to agenda 2030.

Oct 6th
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Pratap Nair

Such a fascinating & informative episode on languages 👌👏👏

Sep 3rd
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chirag malik

Ep 67 sounded like teenagers talking. They missed basic points and made the whole episodes pointless. They sounded like fools.

Jul 9th
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hemal shah

China ka Indian market me kitna investment hai.? Usse ban krke India ko kitna loss hoga.? China jo rate me products deti hai, utne rate ya kam rate me India khud or koi aur country India me sell kr sakte hai? #madeinIndia #ivmpodcast

Jul 1st
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vipul verma

Hi Pranay, got to know about your book Distance from Delhi, it's available on Amazon for Rs2000. Please do provide it at a low rate or if possible do provide it's pdf. P.S I don't have a kindle. Big fan! Thanks.

Jun 14th
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Vishaal Bhatnagar

Most enjoyable, rare podcast that explains complex issues in simple terms that a lay person can understand and appreciate. You deserve many awards for your excellent work.

May 23rd
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Sanjit Patel

i think, 10:05 State make market failure every time. it should stay out of it to function it free.

Apr 21st
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Sanjit Patel

We should have one in-depth Puliyabazi on Murray Rothbard - Enemy of the state, how taxation is theft, war is murder, government free society. i know it can be little hard and harsh but sharing such thought process is important.

Apr 21st
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Nagamani Jaya Balila

wonderful discussion. I wonder if its really the case that our moral circle is expanding or whether its a cycle (similar to arguments of whether there is one big bang or multiple cycles). it reaches some stable/unstable equilibrium and repeats.If i just look at the Indian context, if you look at older sensibilities, they respected the nature much more, considered them even superior to humans at times-rivers mountains earth everything was god. This was probably a mix of fear and respect, or maybe they really did understand that if i need to live well, everything around me has to live well, because they were much more dependent on each other directly. As humans grew more in control and their individual identities took center stage, our moral circle shrunk. Now that we have again realised that its harming us, we are trying to expand our moral circle. This constant change in times is again very simply described as the transition from tretayug to kalyug followed by pralay in mythology and the cycle repeats. we are probably at the cusp of one such change, from individual centric to planet centric.

Apr 4th
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