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To make sense of the week’s hottest stories in business, economy, politics and markets, journalists from the Economic Times chat with reporters and industry leaders in this thrice-weekly (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday) podcast.


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Pride on the Payroll

Arijit Barman June 9, 2022

The June joy of celebrating rainbows is here! Host Dia Rekhi in conversation with Anupama Easwaran, founder of InHarmony, Ramkrishna Sinha, co-founder of Pride Circle, and Teertha Sarvika, a trans woman working at an MNC in Bangalore, delves deeper into how India Inc is rethinking inclusivity by recognising LGBTQIA+ plus community and what more needs to be done.

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‘Tipping’ Point For Service Charge

Arijit Barman June 7, 2022

A standoff between the government and the restaurants on service charge and a possible clampdown on the anvil. Who really benefits from service charge and what’s the legal stand? Will it soon be ordered off the menu by the government? Host Kiran Somvanshi reflects with Shirish Deshpande, Chairman, Mumbai Grahak Panchayat, Anurag Katriar, Trustee, National Restaurant Association of India and Ratna Bhushan, ET.

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Punjab’s Guns, Gangs and Gore

Arijit Barman June 3, 2022

How did the state and more importantly its pop music abandon its folksy roots to become so sexualised, violent, drug dependent and gun toting? Host Arijit Barman ask Abhishek Chaubey, Director of Udta Punjab, Rajesh Gill Former Professor of Sociology at Punjab University along with ET’s Indrajit Hazra to explain the phenomenon and the difference between what’s subversive and seditious.

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Sanjiv Kapoor: The Man Flying the New Jet

Anirban Chowdhury June 2, 2022

A lifetime aviation geek and an outspoken executive, Kapoor has been roped in to get Jet Airways airborne again. He talks about the challenges that lie ahead for Jet, his ambitions of starting his own airline and more in a candid interview with Anirban Chowdhury.

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India’s war against inflation: who is winning?

Bhavya Dilipkumar May 31, 2022

 The government has taken a slew of measures to tackle the inflation menace. A ban on wheat exports, slashing excise duties on petrol and diesel, making steel imports cheaper.But is it too little too late? Host Bhavya Dilipkumar talks to Rathin Roy, Senior Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Policy Research and Vinay Pandey, Resident Editor Delhi and North, Vinay, The Economic Times.Credits:NDTV, India Today, ET Now

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The Great MNC Migration

Ratna Bhushan May 27, 2022

From Holcim to Metro to Harley Davidson, around 2,783 MNCs have exited India since 2014. Host Ratna Bhushan asks Shiv Shivakumar, president of corporate strategy & business development at Aditya Birla Group and ET Mumbai’s deputy resident editor Arijit Barman why India is such a difficult pin code to crack.

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Fuel Feuds

Kiran Somvanshi May 26, 2022

 Fuel dealers are facing significant losses due to rationing of fuel by refineries further aggravated by the government’s move to cut excise duty. What is causing this crisis? Will this lead to a fuel shortage in the country? Host Kiran Somvanshi delves deeper with Kalpana Pathak, from ET and Probal Sen, Senior Research Analyst, Oil & Gas sector, Institutional Equities, ICICI Securities. Credits – India Today.

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Is Funding Winter here?

Dia Rekhi May 24, 2022

After a remarkable funding boom that the Indian startup ecosystem enjoyed in 2021, there are concerns that investment may slowdown this year. What caused this, and do Indian start-ups have the resilience to weather the storm? Host Dia Rekhi poses some of these difficult questions to Karthik Reddy, Co-founder Blume Ventures and Harshil Mathur, CEO and Co-founder, Razorpay. Credits: Bloomberg Markets and Finance, CNBC Television, editorji.com, Yahoo Finance

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ONDC: Democratising E-commerce

Anjali Venugopalan May 20, 2022

The government owned Open Network Digital Commerce (ONDC) platform is expected to transform the e-commerce landscape in India. It will enable consumers and sellers to engage and trade online regardless of the app they are using. How will this work? Will it enable local stores to compete with Amazon and Flipkart? Hosts Bhavya Dilipkumar and Surabhi Agarwal click into this new reality with T Koshy, CEO of ONDC and Sujith Nair, CEO and Co-Founder of Beckn Foundation.

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India’s Veto on Wheat

Nehal Chaliawala May 19, 2022

India was supposed to fill the world’s wheat void created due to the Russia-Ukraine war. It couldn’t, as a record heat wave stifled domestic output and spiked prices forcing it to ban wheat exports. How will India cool atta prices at home and the anger of its global friends outside? Credits – TRT World, SABC News, Reuters, Wion, NDTV, NewsX, India Today, National Herald

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Peyush Bansal: Through the Looking Glass

Arijit Barman May 17, 2022

The founder of Lenskart.com gets candid with host Arijit Barman. He speaks about his vision on building a unicorn, manufacturing,future tech,parenthood, mentoring young entrepreneurs he found on Shark Tank and being eternally “discontent.”

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Virtual (not-so) Private Network

Dia Rekhi May 13, 2022

Virtual private network providers are in the soup as the Indian government’s security agency issuing a notification to store user log details for five years and share when demanded. Host Dia Rekhi in conversation with Salman Waris, partner head of TMT (telecom, media and technology) and IP practice at TechLegis and ET’s Priyanka Sangani decode the tussle and its consequences on users’ data and privacy.