Weekend Listens: Rohingyas on Life in India & More
Here’s what you should listen to this weekend.
From interviews with Rohingya refugees on their lives in India, to understanding what happens in a hung parliament and what are the common weight loss mistakes to avoid, here’s what you need to listen to this weekend!
1. Imagined Homelands | India Any Better Than Myanmar for Rohingyas?
Imagined Homelands is a collaboration between The Quint and India Migration Now. This podcast series aims to look at the lives of migrants and problems of immigration.
For the first episode of this podcast, we spoke to Rohingya refugees settled in West Delhi’s Bodela locality. Is India providing a safe environment for them? What are their employment opportunities? And who are the most affected members of this persecuted community? Tune in!
2. Common Weight Loss Mistakes to Avoid: I Made Them So You Don’t
You might feel like you’ve tried everything to lose weight, but nothing happened. That’s likely because you’re making these weight loss mistakes that you should avoid. Don’t worry, we’ll tell you what might be going wrong.
The podcast explains everything you need to know, so check it out!
3. What Happens When No Party Gets a Majority in the Lok Sabha?
In the Lok Sabha, a party or a pre-poll coalition needs 272 seats to form a government. But what happens when either of them are not able to win the required number of seats and thereby fall short of a majority in the house? In this episode of Sadda Haq, The Quint explains the process that follows a hung parliament.
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