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Start-up YOGA with Bharati is a place where your host Mrs. Bharati Babbar will have talks with Business Leaders, Start-up Mentors and Successful Start-up Founders. Our goal is to motivate young entrepreneurs who are just starting out by guiding them in their journey via the experiences of the ones that came before them. Find new and effective ways to make your business and/or start-up BETTER. So, tune in to our podcast where the community grows together!
 
॥ भगवद्गीतायाः व्याख्यानं भगवद्भाषया श्रोतुं सुवर्णावसरः ॥ अध्यापकः - Dr. पद्मकुमारमहोदयः श्लोकपठनम्, पदच्छेदः, पदसंस्कारः, प्रतिपदार्थः, आकाङ्क्षापद्धत्या अन्वयक्रमः, तात्पर्यं च । सरलसंस्कृतेन संस्कृतपठनं गीतापठनं च । http://www.samskritabharatiusa.org/index.php/bhagavad-gita-online-classes
 
॥ भगवद्गीतायाः व्याख्यानं भगवद्भाषया श्रोतुं सुवर्णावसरः ॥ अध्यापकः - Dr. पद्मकुमारमहोदयः श्लोकपठनम्, पदच्छेदः, पदसंस्कारः, प्रतिपदार्थः, आकाङ्क्षापद्धत्या अन्वयक्रमः, तात्पर्यं च । सरलसंस्कृतेन संस्कृतपठनं गीतापठनं च । http://www.samskritabharatiusa.org/index.php/bhagavad-gita-online-classes
 
Kishore Bharati steps into its 53rd year this 2020 and brings to its ever-growing pool of readers and well-wishers, new stories - first time in the audio format. These Bengali stories have not been published before. We hope you enjoy listening to the stories and we will wait to hear from you soon. Write to us with your feedback at kishorebharati50@gmail.com
 
॥ भगवद्गीतायाः व्याख्यानं भगवद्भाषया श्रोतुं सुवर्णावसरः ॥ अध्यापकः - Dr. पद्मकुमारमहोदयः श्लोकपठनम्, पदच्छेदः, पदसंस्कारः, प्रतिपदार्थः, आकाङ्क्षापद्धत्या अन्वयक्रमः, तात्पर्यं च । सरलसंस्कृतेन संस्कृतपठनं गीतापठनं च । This podcast covers chapter 3. Please search for additional chapters. http://www.samskritabharatiusa.org/index.php/bhagavad-gita-online-classes
 
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Fostering trust in the digital world is vital in today’s age of industry digitalization, the proliferation of misinformation, and changing societal attitudes towards privacy. SG Tech, the trade association for the tech industry in Singapore, recently launched a landscape report into digital trust, which details how Singapore could grow the digital …
 
In the fourth episode, we have Sarah Curtis- Fawley having diversity of interests and talents. She thrives on solving complex problems and identifies opportunities to build capacity and capabilities. An optimist, a thinker, a strategist and a connector who loves coffee and McLaren shiraz is found cooking, reading cookbooks or thinking about the nex…
 
With the ‘Live Now Pay Later’ phenomenon catching on among consumers here, how will the growth of the Buy Now, Pay Later model impact consumer debt trends in Singapore? And can the introduction of the BNPL Code of Conduct help to reduce revenge spending and debt-traps? Prime Time's Bharati Jagdish finds out more from Ivar Bjorklund, Chief Commercia…
 
Global markets seem to be taking comfort in Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s balanced tone with regard to further interest rate hikes. Following that comment by Powell, we have more economic data including initial jobless claims and personal income figures out of the US last night. Question is - to what extent do the data releases support the …
 
We cast the spotlight on the world’s top economies, namely the US, China, and India today. In the US, investors sift through Federal Reserve boss Jerome Powell’s speech at a Brookings Institution event last night for hints on the magnitude of future rate hikes. Back in Asia, Chinese health officials had announced measures earlier this week to impro…
 
The UN and sustainability watchdogs noted that countries around the globe pledged in 2015 to halve food waste by 2030, but few are on track to do so. In the Spotlight on Prime Time, we find out how a local company is doing their part in tackling climate change when Bharati Jagdish speaks with Jessica Zhang, R&D Manager, Singnergy Corporation, as th…
 
With the Covid-19 pandemic presenting challenges to many organisations, pushing businesses to ramp up on digital transformation. Prime Time’s Bharati Jagdish speaks with Khoong Chan Meng, CEO, NUS-ISS to find out how they working with the industry and workforce to climb the next curve of digital excellence. We’ll also find out more about NUS-ISS re…
 
Have you ever had to constantly adjust your sunglasses which never seems to stay on, especially for Asians with lower nose bridges, made worse by the sweltering Singapore heat? Plus, for those who are into active sports, we’re sure this is more than just an inconvenience. What if we told you that there are sunglasses that can stay on your nose with…
 
The drive to get people back into offices is clashing with workers who’ve embraced remote work as the new normal. Like other employees around the globe who have become accustomed to a hybrid work environment, Singaporeans are pushing back on employers who insist they return to the office full-time. According to a new study by Employment Hero, polli…
 
The commercial property market in Asia is in focus today. According to the latest Asia Pacific Capital Trends report from MSCI Real Assets, inflationary pressures and a spike in borrowing costs had weighed on dealmaking in APAC in the third quarter of the year, Investment volume came up to be just US$32.6 billion in Q3, a 38 per cent drop from a ye…
 
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva recently pointed out that 345 million people in the world were now suffering from a food crisis as a result of Russia’s war in Ukraine, high inflation and climate disasters. It is a race against time now to address global food hunger. In the Spotlight on Prime Time, Bharat…
 
The Lion City Sailors’ arrival as Singapore’s first privatised club shook the local football scene in 2020. Now two years on, the Sailors have released several of their highest-paid local footballers and The Straits Times understands that the club has also parted ways with a host of backroom staff. In The Straits Times' The Big Story, Multimedia Co…
 
The rising interest rates in Singapore are eroding buyers’ purchasing power which is dampening property demand in a significant manner. What will happen as these interest rates keep increasing given Singapore’s open economy and its strong correlation with the US interest rates? In Powering Your Property on Prime Time, Bharati Jagdish speaks with Wo…
 
While we may not be able to teleport you to the metaverse, we hope to get you thinking about the financial and economic implications of building the metaverse. Well, a recent analysis performed by Deloitte estimated that the impact of the metaverse to GDP in Asia could be between US$0.8 to 1.4 trillion per year by 2035. That’s roughly about 2.4 per…
 
The gang talks all things Gujarat, including the elections, the BJP sankalp patra, Gujarat Olympics 2036. What Gujaratis want? Then move to Galawan says hi and the different ways by which they would want to interact with Shiv Aroor and finaally end with the Gujju Model.
 
Rare protests broke out across China over the weekend as groups of people vented their frustration over the zero-Covid policy. In The Spotlight, Prime Time’s Chua Tian Tian spoke with Jonathan Frewin, Senior journalist with BBC World Service Partner Hub in London for more on those developments as well as some of the other biggest stories they’re tr…
 
Hong Kong has finally had its financial crown snatched by Singapore, moving up to third most important city for global finance after New York and London. Prime Time’s Chua Tian Tian speaks with David Black, Founder and CEO of Blackbox Research for a deep dive into Singaporeans and Hongkongers’ perceptions about the changing dynamics in the region. …
 
US stocks got a boost last week from the latest minutes from the Federal Reserve’s November meeting, where the central bank is looking to hand out smaller rate hikes in the coming months. While economic data out of the US showed the US economy responding to the Fed’s four straight 75 basis point interest rate hikes, is it too early for markets to b…
 
At the US midterm elections, Democrats took a majority in the Senate and while they lost the House, the result was very close. At the same time, Donald Trump announced his 2024 presidency bid. What does the US midterm election results mean to the Asian region? And if Trump becomes President again, and with Asia being more sensitive to Chinese growt…
 
There is a growing need for alternative sources of capital for businesses that either cannot obtain, or do not want, traditional loans or private equity investments. One expanding alternative is revenue-based financing. Revenue-based financing as a type of additional capital will allow businesses to access capital without diluting their ownership, …
 
Shoppers looking to stretch their dollar amid the rising cost of living were out in force on Black Friday, with long queues spotted outside malls along Orchard Road. In The Straits Times’ The Big Story, Multimedia Correspondent Cheow Sue-Ann spoke with Senior Correspondent Chantal Sajan to discuss shopping deals being offered during one of the bigg…
 
We’re going to wrap up the week by talking about China. Investors have been keeping a close eye on China’s reopening as the country reported its highest number of daily Covid-19 cases since the start of the pandemic this week. While China has all along stuck to its zero-Covid policy, what’s more tricky this time round is that the development came a…
 
The pandemic has shown that through the acceleration of delivery speeds via technological innovation, customer expectations of the retail experience have grown. How do retailers adapt to the changing consumer demand? In the Spotlight on Prime Time, Bharati Jagdish speaks with Clement Yew, Director of Business Development, Southeast Asia, AutoStore …
 
As Singapore continues to grow, so too will the challenge of managing the social, ecological, and physical aspects of our densely populated city and infrastructure. Global events in the recent few years have brought the importance of building city resilience to the forefront – and particularly so for a small country with limited land and resources.…
 
Pakatan Harapan chairman Anwar Ibrahim was sworn in as Malaysia’s 10th prime minister yesterday, ending a 24-year wait to lead the country. In The Straits Times’ The Big Story, Multimedia Correspondent Cheow Sue-Ann spoke with Malaysia bureau chief Shannon Teoh on his views on this development. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
VC investments into the tech industry is on our agenda amid massive layoffs by a number of big names such as GoTo, Meta and Twitter, as well as the bankruptcy of cryptocurrency exchange FTX. With valuations for startups dropping by some 30 to 50 per cent in some cases, VCs at the Bloomberg New Economy Forum held last week warned that the tech indus…
 
The 1872 Clipper Tea is Singapore’s oldest tea producer, blender and retailer. The heritage brand, which celebrates its 150th anniversary this year, is renowned for its commitment to delivering the finest teas from all corners of the world. In the Spotlight on Prime Time, Bharati Jagdish speaks with its fifth gen leader, Rehan Amarasuriya, Director…
 
Manchester United said on Tuesday that it was commencing a process to explore “strategic alternatives”, including a new investment or a potential sale - 17 years after the American Glazer family bought the English Premier League football club. In The Straits Times’ The Big Story, Multimedia Correspondent Cheow Sue- Ann spoke with Sports Corresponde…
 
Leadership competencies are being increasingly challenged by changing workforce engagement and talent availability, with only 30% of Singapore’s leaders saying they are prepared to face them. On Career 360, Prime Time’s Bharati Jagdish speaks with Ulrike Wieduwilt, Russell Reynolds Associates’ Singapore Managing Director to find out how leaders can…
 
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but some trading firms are hoping that diamonds can become all investors’ best friend. According to Investment & Pensions Europe or IPE, there have been attempts over the past 30 years to commoditise the good via a futures exchange or a fund, but each has been met with their fair share of problems. The main issue …
 
Is jade a girl’s new best friend? Is the green gemstone becoming a strong contender for that title? In the Spotlight on Prime Time, Bharati Jagdish speaks with Genevie Yeo, Founder and CEO of Gen.K Jewelry and her younger sister Kayde Yeo, Chief Designer of Gen.K Jewelry on their love for the stone and how their jewellery brand just wants to make j…
 
The US economy and stock market are in focus as investors mull mixed signals coming out in recent days. Earlier, consumer prices in the country jumped 7.7% on-year in October, the smallest yearly increase since January. Similarly, producer prices also increased less than expected at 8% for October, providing more evidence that inflation was startin…
 
The UK economy is at the heart of our discussion today after UK’s finance minister Jeremy Hunt last week unveiled a budget plan to save 55 billion pounds a year to fix the country’s public finances. With almost half of the belt-tightening due to come from tax hikes, to what extent can households withstand such measures as surging inflation continue…
 
In the Spotlight on Prime Time, Melissa Hyak speaks with Eleanor Smallwood, Host/Producer, Partner Hub, BBC World Service for the biggest stories they’re tracking in the week ahead, including Russian president Vladimir Putin’s visit to the ex-Soviet state of Armenia this week for talks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
With Covid-19 related dining restrictions easing, one might think the demand for food delivery may wane. Yet, it seems that the two years of the pandemic has built up a reliance, if not an appreciation for the convenience of food at our doorsteps. On Prime Time, Melissa Hyak speaks with Jason Parke, General Manager, Deliveroo Singapore to find out …
 
Malaysia’s Sultan Abdullah Ahmad Shah has given party leaders and heads of coalitions a one-day extension of the deadline to propose their prime minister candidate. They have until 2pm on Tuesday to do so. This comes after Saturday’s general election threw up the country’s first-ever hung Parliament. In The Straits Times' The Big Story, Multimedia …
 
With travel restrictions lifted and borders reopening after more than two years, a surge in demand for travel along with the change in travel trends is inevitable. In the Spotlight on Prime Time, Bharati Jagdish speaks with Nicola Eliot, Vice President, BBC StoryWorks and John Fitzgerald, CEO of Tourism Tasmania on the latest travel trends ahead of…
 
Singaporean investors are the biggest overseas commercial real estate investors in Asia. In 2021, a total of US$32 billion was deployed by investors in Singapore, marking a 164% rebound from 2020. As 90% of us in Singapore already own the home we are living – how can investing in overseas property allow us to build a more diversified portfolio of a…
 
In Bali, analysts and campaigners welcomed the final communiqué from the G20 which urged all parties to “make progress on loss and damage at the COP27” in Egypt. While that may breathe new life into UN climate talks, countries seem to struggle to find a common ground on a number of key issues, including limiting the average rise in temperatures to …
 
Malaysia's parties battle on social media to woo young voters One trend that has emerged in the leadup to Malaysia's 15th General Election on November 19 is that parties took their battle on social media in a bid to woo young voters. How much will their social media presence swing the outcome? This election will also be the first where voters have …
 
Malaysia’s election on Saturday is likely to be close, with nearly a thousand candidates from dozens of parties vying for the hearts and minds of a record 21 million voters. Parties are expected to campaign all night till cut off at midnight. On the eve of Malaysia's polling day, Prime Time's Bharati Jagdish speaks Shannon Teoh, Malaysia Bureau Chi…
 
Food sustainability has made its way into discussions at the COP 27 meeting as the world battles the effects of climate change, and supply chain disruptions brought about by the pandemic and the war in Ukraine. At the COP 27 climate conference, the European Investment Fund, also Europe’s largest venture capital and private equity financier, signed …
 
At the COP27 climate talks in Egypt, global property companies and asset managers have gathered at a purpose-built pavilion to discuss how to make buildings more efficient and use materials that are less carbon-intensive to make. Taking on authentic decarbonisation efforts - How? And what's needed? In the Spotlight on Prime Time, Bharati Jagdish sp…
 
2022 was a record-breaking year for cybercrime with the average cost of a cyber breach reaching a high of $4.35 million. Prime Time’s Bharati Jagdish speaks with Kevin Shepherdson, CEO and founder of Straits Interactive about the biggest data dramas of 2022 and what businesses can do to better future-proof themselves against unknown threats. See om…
 
As world leaders gather in the resort island of Bali for the G20 Summit to discuss how countries can “Recover Together, Recover Stronger” from the pandemic, macroeconomic challenges such as inflation, slowing growth and US interest rate hike continue to weigh on governments and central banks. For one thing, Indonesia’s central bank is set to raise …
 
From $10 in the bank account and up to one’s ears in debt to S$1 million in revenue in 4 four years - this is the story behind Uncle DiDi - famous for their unique Popcorn & Cotton Candy flavours. What was the secret behind their success? In the Spotlight on Prime Time, Bharati Jagdish speaks with one of the co-founders Caleb Li of Uncle DiDi to fi…
 
Donald Trump has announced he's running for US president again in 2024, saying he wants to ‘save the US' with White House bid. On the Straits Times The Big Story, Multimedia journalist, Cheow Sue-Ann speaks with Nirmal Ghosh, US Bureau Chief at the Straits Times in Washington D.C for more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The United Nations Environment Programme found that circularity is key in promoting sustainable consumption and production patterns. But it has yet to be at the centre of business strategies, with HR departments long been regarded as inconsequential in our path towards carbon neutrality. Prime Time’s Bharati Jagdish speaks with Tim MacCartney, Seni…
 
All eyes are on China after the country announced a more targeted approach to handle the pandemic. While that has provided a boost to Chinese stocks, for how long can this continue? In the meantime, private equity firms are seeing an increased number of ultra-wealthy Chinese investors exploring bigger investments in private assets as they seek shel…
 
World leaders will be in Thailand later this week for the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation summit starting Friday. Another summit that has been complicated by the Russia-Ukraine war. There’s also a survey on Thailand’s leadership succession, with the daughter of a former PM a popular candidate. In the Spotlight on Prime Time, Bharati Jagdish discu…
 
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