We discuss much needed 'election reforms'. From EVMs that play party specific ringtones to Duckworth Lewis method to solve voter turnout problem, we look at a broad range of issues. Listen, laugh and like. Hosts: Arjun Sharma, Harish Kumar N Music - Subramanya Krishnamurthy
In this episode, we predict how the world might look like when number of Indians everywhere on the planet rise even more rapidly. In the process we tell you who Sriram-Al-Sheikh, George Washington Potti Sriramulu and Kam Jong Un are! #Comedy
In this episode, we briefly discuss the 2018 Karnataka elections and somehow link them to the English royal wedding. Then, Blockchain Basappa, a farmer-turned-financial advisor, answers questions from a cornucopia of callers about investment options. Music: Subramanya Krishnamurthy and www.bensound.com
We look at what startups today must have in their pitches to investors in order to secure funding. The technologies, buzzwords and concepts that must be part of the presentation to dazzle the beholder (who is also the moneyholder). #Satire We then hear Startup Sundaru, an entrepreneur, pitch his idea to an interested venture capitalist. #Sketch Music: Subramanya Krishnamurthy
Hosts Arjun and Harish prove beyond reasonable doubt (where none existed) that Agile is not natural. Post that, Arun, Arjun and Harish talk to renowned author, publisher Vasudhendra about his trekking experiences and musical experiments in part 1 of an entertaining conversation.
The theme music of the podcast takes us back to our school days, when "MJ" Radhakrishna instilled deep respect for musical traditions. Then, K V Ramaprasad (@hamsanandi on Twitter) talks to us in this first part of an interview.
Hosts Arjun and Harish talk about Bro culture, the need and necessity for Indians to celebrate every American festival. #SarcasmAlert for those who don't get the joke. In the latter half, Arjun and Pooja talk to Mysooru startup Foodbox creator and theatre actor and enthusiast Murali.
This second part of episode 3 features a conversation with Thejaswi Udupa - renowned quizzer, Bangalorean, columnist, tweeter, cat owner and Shankar Nag fan - about the capital of Karnataka, its history, its identity/culture, what Shankar Nag means to the city and Bangalore's quizzing culture. Along the way, Koramangala is lauded. Title Music by Subramanya Krishnamurthy
In this first part of episode 3, November, the (surprising) month of festivals, is discussed. The conversation veers to capital cities and then careens to competitive exams, before the learned Dr. Purushottam joins us for a discussion about the latest medical advances, Title Music by Subramanya Krishnamurthy
In this second part of episode 2, we talk to Arun Meshtru, Lokesh Narasimhachar about haLagannada and why one should read it. Arun and Lokesh provide an fascinating and compelling intro to haLagannada literature. Do listen. Title Music by Subramanya Krishnamurthy
First part of this second episode features a sketch where kaLLi (robber) comes and gives an update of her work and new schemes. Before the sketch there is some funny banter about gobbara (manure). Title Music by Subramanya Krishnamurthy
How to do harmless humour, takedown of an incoherent piece on breast feeding, a small audio sketch where Dr. Mithun Hampannavar busts myths and finally Arun Meshtru tells you why you absolutely must know about and use "Igo Kannada" by Professor G Venkatasubbaiah. Hosts: Arjun, Harish Title music by - Subrahmanya Krishnamurthy Myth Buster Mithun Hampannavar sketch: Written by Arjun, Harish, Swaroop Played (rather read out) by Arun Meshtru, Arjun, Pooja, Harish