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In this podcast, we capture the conversations in the Hindustan Times newsroom about the current issues and events. It gives a sneak peek into all things topical and making waves. This is a Hindustan Times production, brought to you by HT smartcast.

In this podcast, we capture the conversations in the Hindustan Times newsroom about the current issues and events. It gives a sneak peek into all things topical and making waves. This is a Hindustan Times production, brought to you by HT smartcast.
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In this podcast, we capture the conversations in the Hindustan Times newsroom about the current issues and events. It gives a sneak peek into all things topical and making waves. This is a Hindustan Times production, brought to you by HT smartcast.

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English


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4: Ayodhya ruling | PM to Opposition, litigants to babas: How India reacted

11/9/2019
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The much-awaited verdict in the Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi dispute was finally delivered by the Supreme Court on Saturday. The court ordered the construction of a temple dedicated to Hindu god Ram at the disputed site, while awarding the Muslim side an alternate plot measuring 5 acres, for building a mosque. From Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Opposition parties, from the litigants to spiritualists, the common refrain was the need to maintain harmony and peace. Here's a brief summary of...

Duration:00:11:21

3: Ayodhya Verdict Decoded

11/9/2019
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HT Editors decode the implications of SC's Ayodhya Verdict.

Duration:00:09:20

2: Pakistan's UNHRC bid on Kashmir: Playing Russian roulette with diplomacy?

9/30/2019
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"Pakistan’s bid to internationalize the Kashmir issue again, this time at the UNHRC will come to a naught,” opines Hindustan Times’ Executive Editor Shishir Gupta in HT Conversations. Pakistan’s foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi is representing his country at the 42nd session of the UNHRC and tweeted on Monday that Pakistan will “speak definitively” at the session on alleged “atrocities in Kashmir.” Shishir Gupta explains how the Indian government is planning to counter yet another...

Duration:00:08:16

1: Explained: How Apache choppers fit into New India’s offensive doctrine

9/30/2019
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The Indian Air Force has inducted its first fleet of 8 Apache attack helicopters. This is the second US-built helicopters to join IAF fleet after Chinook helicopters. The Apache attack choppers can track up to 128 targets a minute and prioritise threats. Hindustan Times’ Executive Editor Shishir Gupta explains why this could be a major gamechanger for the Indian Air Force.

Duration:00:07:54