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Indicast is India's first multi person podcast and have been at it since 2005. We will be covering anything and everything that might be of interest to a listener of Indian origin so the topics range from Sonia to Sania. The podcast is a mix of english and hindi and we try to keep it very informal. We usually have a serious discussion and balance it out with lighter topic. So expect a good discussion with few laughs.
 
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The Sports Bench

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The Sports Bench

Indicast Podcast Network

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This podcast will bring you all things from the world of Cricket and Footbal with a special emphasis on news from India. Minal and Nani host a cricket and football show respectively with experts from India. Listen in to stay updated about Sports in India
 
Rock the Talk is a show featuring conversations with new and upcoming music bands from India who talk about their work, their influences and their challenges. You may also get to hear some of them play live for us and give us a preview of the acoustic version of their songs.
 
Welcome to a technology podcast with an Indian Perspective. The Tech Ka Masala (TKM) is a 30 min round up of weekly technology and internet news from all over the world but with a focus on the impact of these developments on India. TKM is part of the Indicast, India's only Podcasting network
 
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Inside Forbes India

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Inside Forbes India

Forbes India and Theindicast.com

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Forbes India in association with TheIndicast.com bring you conversations with the people behind the Forbes India Magazine. Listen to what went in developing the cover story and special reports in the latest issue of the Forbes India Magazine along with expert insights on the top news in one from the most vibrant world economies
 
The Point Blank Show is an excuse to spend sometime with people having immense insights and significant achievements. The guests on the show range from entrepreneurs, artists, business leaders, writer, sports personality etc. Each show attempts to bring out insights and often making us think about things that aren't obvious.
 
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Amuk Amuk

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Amuk Amuk

Aditya Mhatre - aditya@theindicast.com

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Amuk Amuk is a podcast on bloggers and blogging in a freewheeling chat show format, which covers the most interesting blog-stories from the India on a weekly basis. Amuk Amuk is produced by Aditya and Abishek from the award winning Indicast Team and Saket Vaidya aka Vulturo from DesiPundit, the leading Group FilterBlog which attempts to aggregate and showcase the best writing on the Indian blogosphere. Stories featuresd on Amuk Amuk are handpicked from the most popular stories on DesiPundit.
 
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IA very Happy belated Diwali to one and all. As COP26 draws to a close, countries make their promises and hope to keep them to make a difference to the worsening climate crisis. Where does India stand? In sports, Rahul Dravid has been appointed as the head coach of the Indian men's cricket team. And in a quirk of evolution, elephants in Mozambique …
 
In an episode which is all over the place, we start with what on earth are NFTs or Non Fungible Tokens. Aditya is excited about Air India being taken over by the Tatas. Meanwhile, why are Indians so kicked about their spiritual leaders? In sports, Pakistan is on a song in the ongoing T20 World Cup and in India, love hotels are flourishing.…
 
John Oliver once quipped that cryptocurrency is everything that you do not understand about money combined with everything you do not understand about computers. 70 million Indians do not seem to agree. They have bet on Bitcoins and their modern clones through a variety of exchanges in the country. In this podcast, we talk about the enigmatic new a…
 
Once in four years, athletes from around the world compete for the highest honour. Men and women train in all sorts of conditions in their homeland for a crack at the elusive medal. In this podcast we talk about the young and the old, how India is doing so far, how a Math Phd won a cycling race beating the best, how Simon Biles and Naomi Osaka have…
 
It is raining Unicorns in India. In just this week, Zomato went public, Paytm sought a nod from its shareholders to list on the stock exchange and MobiKwik, yet another fintech startup, filed for an IPO. While talking about how such companies do things differently, we segued into how some of us handle stress at the workplace and how some profession…
 
In this episode we pay tribute to Doordarshan while talking about the incomparable Dilip Kumar, cabinet reshuffle by Narendra Modi in wake of rising criticism for his handling of the pandemic, the craze surrounding Euro 2020, the soon to be hosted spectatorless Olympics in Japan, the race for the 20th Grand Slam title for Djokovic at Wimbledon and …
 
Kannada went viral a few days ago when Google thought it to be the ugliest language in India. We saw this as an excuse to talk about quirky languages, including one in Kongthong, near Shillong, where villagers communicate by just whistling. In other news, Twitter is under fire for not complying with the new IT laws. In sports, the legendary Mikkha …
 
Few countries can match India on scale and complexity of a nationwide rollout of any item under the sun. Be it the general elections or the covid-19 inoculation plan of over 300m citizens by the end of the summer. India faces a daunting task but appears to be up for it. Covaxin, the home-grown vaccine has kicked up some controversy. Data of stage 3…
 
A depleted Indian team beat a full-strength Australian line up in what will rank as among the best Test Series of all time. For those who grew up in the 1990s watching India struggle against the Aussies, this was a moment to cherish. A second-rung team of folks as old as 21 years old put their hand up and performed. This podcast is a tribute to tho…
 
The Pfizer BioNtech vaccine was authorised in the UK and the US. The worlds most exceptional teacher was awarded to Ranjitsinh Disale, a 32 year old teacher from Solapur. Dharampal Gulati, owner of the iconic MDH masala died this month. Bob Dylan sold his catalogue of nearly 600 songs to Universal Music. A firm in Japan now sells bullying insurance…
 
The Odisha government announced an incentive of Rs. 250,000 to promote inter caste marriage. Same sex couples tied the knot for a first time in Taiwans mass military wedding ceremony a year after it legalised gay weddings. Meanwhile, in a quirk of evolution, not all of us will get wisdom teeth. And Indian Super League that begins later this month, …
 
In this podcast, we talk about Pakistan contesting Indias claim for an exclusive Geographical Indication tag to Basmati rice in the European Union. Researchers in Scotland have figured out a way to test if a whiskey is authentic without the need to open the bottle. And an Indian couple in the UK got hitched in a drive in ceremony to get around rest…
 
The thirteenth edition of Indian Premier League kicked off in the United Arab Emirates. In a string of unfortunate events, Dean Jones died after suffering a sudden cardiac arrest. Former Union Minister Jaswant Singh passed away too. S P Balasubramaniam succummed to the coronavirus. Meanwhile, the infamous Godman, Nithyanand is in exile and wants hi…
 
Shinzo Abe, Japans longest serving prime minister called it a day and Pranab Mukherjee, Indias former president passed away. We talk about their illustrious careers. India and Russia were announced as joint winners at the first online Chess Olympiad when a global Internet outage caused Indian players to get disconnected. We digress to talk about do…
 
It is that time of the year when we get high on some Ganapati fever. This year though the coronavirus has subdued all celebrations. In this episode we talk about how the festival itself has evolved over the years. In other news, MSD announced his retirement from international cricket. Miles away, Kamala Harris was appointed as the vice presidential…
 
We recorded the podcast on the 75th Anniversary of the Nagasaki bombing. The World has come a long way with countries showing aggression by banning each other's apps and internet services. Where is this heading towards? A Splitnernet? Or is it just the Election season in the US. As for our corona story of this episode, we discuss online gaming bein…
 
Indias National Education Policy of 2020, announced a few days ago, promises to ditch rote learning in favour of conceptual clarity. There is more to it, of course. In this podcast, we compare what it was like growing up in our existing system and what it promises to be under the new regime. And in other news, we talk about the worlds largest nucle…
 
Until now, the discourse around gender equality has largely been limited to the workplace. As both men and women are now working from home, this is a great opportunity for household chores and childcare to be more equally divided. In this cover story, Forbes India meets several power couples who are renegotiating gender stereotypes and finding new …
 
It has been a while. 4 Years, to be precise. Now under lockdown and nowhere to go, we are back with a new episode after taking a four-year vacation. We yap a bit about what's been going on in our lives before talking about how coronavirus has changed the way we live and behave with others. How has it impacted various professions? What does it mean …
 
Amritsar born Harindarpal Harry Bangas second act, as founder of the Hong Kong headquartered Caravel Group, has the makings of surpassing his three decade long success as a shipping and commodities tycoon. Samar Srivastava takes us behind the scenes of the billionaires story. Podcast produced in association with theindicast.com…
 
The founder of Zoho Corp moved from Silicon Valley to Tenkasi, a hamlet some 650 km from Chennai, even before the pandemic. He never intended to build a big building office in a metro city, and wants his employees to work from their own hometowns instead. Can this be the future of India, as our cities become increasingly unlivable, especially in th…
 
It typically takes five years and about Rs 15 crore for just the first of many phases to introduce a viable vaccine to market. Companies across India such as Zydus Cadila, Serum Institute and Bharat Biotech are working against the clock to shrink this period down to a few months. In this episode Forbes Indias Divya Shekhar takes a deep dive into wh…
 
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