Simone Pinto and Pronoy Roy bring you a podcast that talks about society, culture, diversity, and social justice. It's funny, gripping, and topical. They would say it's critically acclaimed but that's only true if they're critiquing it themselves.
The Globe is trying to grapple with concepts like institutional discrimination and the world is redefining social communities. While European and North American nations talk about racism towards black people, the Indian subcontinent is looking away from its own problems. Simone and Pronoy try to tackle racism in India and how it overlaps with casteism and other age-old discriminatory practices. Listen to Life's Lineup episode 11 - The Indian Racist and share your opinions with them as well!
From crossing rivers to get to school, to having 100 people watch parties at the house of their neighbor - who was the first ever to get a black and white television. Stories that follow the phrase "When I was your age" often contain a reminiscent element and an obscure moral. In this episode of Life's Lineup, Simone and Pronoy have a serious discussion on how to respond to someone when they start with the phrase "When I was your age"
We know about the ups and downs of life and we accept it. Recently we've seen a trend of people suggesting relationships end over matters that may seem trivial to many. There are no rules around relationship anymore, so where do we draw the line? Should relationships be emotionally taxing or do they need to be a bed of roses? Pronoy and Simone discuss these topics in these week's episode of Life's Lineup
This week Simon and Pronoy dive into what support looks like. While life feels like a rollercoaster with its constant ups and downs, there are some people who are right by your side, enjoying the hell out of that ride. These people who you look to in moments of Joy and Pain can be referred to as your support system, but - what makes them good? What accounts for genuine support in contrast to fake words of affirmation? This week, your favorite hosts give their take on 'What Does Support Look Like?'.
(Part 2 of Access to Education) What students in India receive today under banners of CBSE, ICSE, and State Board is an incomplete education. For being a part of democracy, it seems that students don't have a choice when it comes to education and careers. When schools transform into factories that produce like-minded individuals, our culture takes massive damage that will span through generations. Listen to Pronoy Roy and Simone Pinto talk about access to good education and a lot more in this episode of Life's Lineup.
What students in India receive today under banners of CBSE, ICSE, and State Board is an incomplete education. For being a part of democracy, it seems that students don't have a choice when it comes to education and careers. When schools transform into factories producing like-minded individuals, our culture takes massive damage that will span through generations. Listen to yo Pronoy Roy and Simone Pinto talk about access to good education and a lot more in this episode of Life's Lineup.
Unemployment rates are soaring because of Covid-19 and leaders of institutions, organizations, and groups are all concerned about doing it right! Listen to Atul Dhiman and Pronoy Roy's attempt to dissect leadership and how we see it globally in this week's episode.
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As two 20-something-year-olds enter the adulting world slowly, a question remains pertinent. Who is a responsible adult?! What does it even mean to be an adult? Simone and Pronoy have a go at answering some questions about being an adult from the very little experience they have. Subscribe for more episodes like this!
This week's episode is a special story. It brings us a new lens through which to view the world. In this episode we talk about accessibility and how conscious we are of it, for those with special needs, and how we can make a difference by thinking differently. Srushti Iyer - the elder sister of Anirudh, a special needs child talks to Pronoy Roy about her experiences over the years when dealing with special needs situations.
It's the era of Tinder, Bumble, Grindr, and Shaadi.com. Simone and Pronoy take a deep dive into the intricacies of flirting through texts. Be it hookups, creepy text messages, or long texts about feminism - these platforms have it all. Listen to the episode and find out all about it!
Pride - the celebration - has a different meaning for different people. Pronoy has attended 2 very different pride festivals and Simone went with Pronoy to 2020's Mumbai Pride. This year the celebration was a little different from the other years. Listen to the episode and find out why.
The start of new things with old conversations. Why would Simone’s teacher ask her to say Hail Hydra? How should things be? Honestly, we may still not understand that but we try to break it down in this podcast about life and its criminal lineup.