Indicast #212: Brexitayanamaha Featured

Thursday, 28 July 2016 23:47 Written by
Brexit will change the course of Britain and Europe in the coming months and years. Dattu Bhokanal, an army man from the drought prone region of Talegaon, once afraid of water, qualifies for the Olympics in water sports. England and Pakistan go at each other in a tightly contested Test…

Indicast #211: Raghuram Rajan exits Featured

Saturday, 25 June 2016 21:49 Written by
Raghuram Rajan becomes the first governor since 1992 not to be given a customary 2 year extension. He quits under the most dubious circumstances. Where does that leave India? Meanwhile, India's attempt to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group crashes yet again. Mohammad Ali, the greatest athlete of all time passes…

Indicast #210: Make in India Featured

Saturday, 20 February 2016 20:55 Written by
"Make in India" week was kicked off in Mumbai to a mixed response. Modi flagged off the event along several industry leaders. We spend some time talking about TRAI's decision against differential pricing effectively shutting down Free Basics and the reaction to it. Abhishek geeks out on gravitational forces and…

Indicast #209: India's Smart Cities Featured

Thursday, 11 February 2016 00:00 Written by
The last time we were on air, Sania had won her first doubles Grand Slam title with Martina Hingis. In this episode we talk about her winning her third. But before that we get into India's urban development minister announcing the first batch of 20 cities to be converted in…

Indicast # 208: India's Wimbledon moment

Thursday, 23 July 2015 00:00 Written by
Sania Mirza and Leander Paes win Wimbledon titles by pairing with Martina Hingis. In cricket, Bangladesh is on a high and so is match fixing in the IPL. Old Monk, the iconic Indian rum needs some reviving. Iran and US ink a historic nuclear deal. And El Shorty Chapo escapes…