Weekend Listens: Weight Loss Secrets, Indo-Pak War Movies & More!
Itching to listen to something great? We have just the thing for you this weekend. Tune in and listen up!
From the latest episode of our pop culture podcast, where we look at how Bollywood has contributed to Indo-Pak dynamics, to The Quint’s new podcast series, Vishnu Ki Secret Life, here are the best podcasts for you to listen to this weekend.
1. Pop Sanskriti: Indo-Pak Films, 20 Years of Matrix, Spotify & More!
Amid India and Pakistan’s turbulent relations, Bollywood has given us several blockbusters on Indo-Pak friendship, romance and even spy-thrillers.
In the third episode of The Quint’s pop culture podcast, Pop Sanskriti, we talk about Indo-Pak films. We also discuss our first impressions of the Matrix trilogy, 20 years after it altered the world of cinema. And in the final segment of this episode, we review if the music-streaming app Spotify was worth the wait. Tune in!
2. Sugar vs Fat - How I Lost 20 Kilograms By Learning The Difference
“Diabetes sucks. It does. It does. It really really does.
When I was 18, I went for a health checkup in college. They used to have those compulsory health checkups because I went to a law school and they wanted to basically avoid any potential liabilities in case one of their students had a health condition they didn’t know about. I had a serious health condition. ”
On the first episode of Vishnu Ki Secret Life, Vishnu tells you how he lost 20 kilograms in four months, simply by understanding the science behind sugar and fat. Listen to the podcast for the whole story!
3. Ayodhya Case to Be Resolved Soon? All About the SC Order
There may be a permanent solution for the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute soon. The Supreme Court on 8 March referred the dispute for mediation to a three-member panel, which has been given 8 weeks to complete it.
On this edition of The Big Story podcast, we examine the Supreme Court’s order referring the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute for mediation and permanent solution.
In 2010, the Allahabad High Court had ordered the site to be split into 3 parts. After 14 appeals against this verdict, the Supreme Court suspended the ruling. Now, 166 years after the first recorded clashes at the site, the dispute will, hopefully, see a permanent solution.
Listen to the podcast for the full story.
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