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  • Ever wondered how the guys behind those outrageously funny AIB sketches became the masterminds behind crazy-effective ad campaigns? Buckle up, because in this episode, we dive into the world of Moonshot with Deviah Bopanna himself! Deviaha, along with his fellow AIB writers, took their signature brand of sharp wit and unapologetic humor and turned the advertising world on its head. Host Apoorva Mittal cracks the code on Moonshot's magic formula. How they take care-a-damn content and turn it into client gold, and how they convince even the biggest stars to get their goofy on. Get ready for a insightful conversation with Devaiah Bopanna, Co-founder, Moonshot, on the latest episode of The Morning Brief podcast!

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  • Vistara pilots are unhappy with a new contract which makes many of them fly more and earn less. Several have stayed away from work, leading to flight cancellations and travel headaches. The airline has maxed out pilot schedules, leaving no wiggle room for contingency rostering. This mess highlights the challenges of merging Vistara with Air India, known for its own labor issues. It's not uncommon - airlines worldwide struggle with mergers and acquisitions. What issue do pilots have with the new contract? Will things get worse before they get better? What can Vistara learn from past airline mergers and the Tata Group's own integration struggles? Host Anirban Chowdhury gets into the details with John Strickland, Founder & Director - JLS Consulting, Mahantesh Sabarad, an independent market expert, and ET’s aviation expert Arindam Majumder in the latest episode of The Morning Brief podcast. Tune in!

    Credits: NDTV, CNBC-TV18

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  • India's audit profession is at a critical juncture. From risks rising for auditors, increased public scrutiny, audit fees becoming a bone of contention and a decline in students pursuing Chartered Accountancy.. the list of challenges galore. However, the National Financial Reporting Authority (NFRA) is driving positive change, and the demand for specialized forensic audits is growing. Host Kiran Somvanshi explores the challenges and the rewards of this profession with Vishesh Chandiok, CEO - Grant Thornton Bharat LLP. They also discuss the impact of new technologies that are revolutionizing the field and whether a career as a Chartered Accountant is still worth it? Tune in to the latest episode of The Morning Brief podcast!



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  • With Prime Minister Narendra Modi rallying his troops with the war cry of "Ab ki baar chaar sau paar," the stage is set for a gripping electoral showdown. From the BJP's strategic moves, including partnerships with regional heavyweights like Chandrababu Naidu's TDP, Jayant Chaudhary's RLD, and others, to the intricate balancing act of the Opposition's INDIA bloc, host Nidhi Sharma talks about the evolving political landscape in this episode of The Morning Brief podcast. How crucial are these alliances? Can they tilt the scales in favor of one coalition over another? And what implications might they hold for the future trajectory of Indian politics? ET’s political experts Rakesh Mohan Chaturvedi and C L Manoj answer all these questions and more. Tune in!


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  • We all know content is king, and Indian entrepreneurs are taking the podcast world by storm. But why? Are these shows just a branding and marketing exercise disguised as content for their hosts and guests?

    Apoorva Mittal gets into the details with Ankur Warikoo, Entrepreneur and Content Creator, and Shantanu Deshpande, Founder of Bombay Shaving Company & Host of The Barber Shop Podcast. Tune in to the latest episode of The Morning Brief podcast!

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    Credits: CRED, SparX by Mukesh Bansal, Nikhil Kamath, Food Matters Group, Zomato

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  • Indian stock market is testing for same-day trade settlement (T+0), which will make it among the fastest stock markets in the world: faster than Wall Street which takes 2 days to settle trades. While still optional and limited to a few stocks, it’s an aggressive move. The layers of its complexity were recently compared by Sebi chairperson Madhabi Puri Buch to peeling an onion. But cutting onions brings tears. And sure enough, not everyone is happy. Foreign investors that bring in big money to the market have called transitions to T+1 and T+0 too fast and unsettling. But Sebi,under Buch, is firm. Will FPIs come round? How will it impact intra-day traders and brokers? And how long before T+0 moves to instant settlement?

    TMB’s latest host Nikhil Agarwal discusses all of this threadbare with Sunil Sanghai of NovaaOne Capital, Nilesh Sharma of Samco Securities, and ET's Associate Editor Sugata Ghosh. Tune in!

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  • Blinkit, Zepto, and Swiggy’s Instamart seem to have alarmed the e-commerce OGs Amazon and Flipkart as quick commerce is not just about onions and tomatoes now. There’s a lot more added to the cart! While shopping for groceries, you can also add jewellery, cosmetics, clothing, and toys to your basket. And all this in just under 15 minutes. So, can quick commerce take on the e-commerce behemoths? Mugdha Variyar and Shabori Das discuss with Zepto CEO Aadit Palicha. Also listen in for analysis from Devangshu Dutta, Founder, Third Eyesight Retail Consultant. Tune in to The Morning Brief podcast!

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  • The Tata Group is investing a whopping Rs 91,000 crore to build India's first semiconductor fabrication plant! Semiconductors are the brains of modern devices, from toasters to phones to electric vehicles. The Indian government aims to make India a $1 trillion electronics hub in 5 years, and Tata – also the only Indian supplier to Apple – is at the forefront of this mission. Are the conglomerate’s bets truly audacious? Dia Rekhi talks about strategy, possibilities, and challenges with Pankaj Mohindroo, Chairman - India Cellular & Electronics Association (ICEA), Neil Shah, Partner & Co-Founder - Counterpoint Research, and Sunil Mithas, Professor.

    Credits: CNBC-TV18

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  • Did you know? 9 out of 10 transgender individuals in India face barriers in earning a livelihood, while a staggering 60% have never attended school? Discrimination, harassment, and social rejection are everyday realities for many. But amidst these challenges, there are rays of hope. Firms like Tata Steel, Lalit Suri Hospitality Group, Publicis Sapient, are leading the charge towards inclusion. Join Prachi Verma on The Morning Brief podcast as she explores the trajectory of transgender individuals in India Inc. Listen to Vieshaka L Dutta Director - Diversity Equity and Inclusion, India and APAC, Publicis Sapient, Akshay Tyagi,Head- Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, The Lalit Suri Hospitality Group, and Shiv Shanker, Head HRBP at Tata Steel, West Bokaro and several transgender employees. Don't miss the stories of struggle and survival ahead of March 31st, International Transgender Day of Visibility.

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  • Warmer winters, unseasonal rains, and extreme summers seem to be the norm. And worse, much of it seems unpredictable. From clothing brands to dining tables to boardrooms, businesses are talking about adapting all-weather strategies. Some of the large corporations have already collaborated with weather forecasters. Even as we are bracing for red hot times, weather events also lead to new technology and out-of-box solutions. Is climate the single biggest risk on balance sheets today? What are the solutions? And, what does it mean for India? Host Ratna Bhushan talks to

    Harkirat Singh, Managing Director - Woodland, Shiv Shivakumar, Operating Partner - Advent International, and Jatin Singh, Founder & Chairman, Skymet Weather Services

    Tune in!

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  • The JSW Group-MG Motor wants to bring the “Maruti moment” to the Indian EV industry. The steel major and Chinese auto giant have ambitious targets of flooding the market with new, flashy models and clocking 1 million sales volume by as early as 2030. The number is several multiples of the total EVs sold in India last year. Are these realisable targets? Will the partnership help MG to expand in a market that doesn’t look kindly to Chinese entities? Are there more Indo-Chinese auto partnerships in the offing?

    Host Anirban Chowdhury breaks it down with Puneet Gupta, Director - S&P Global Mobility, Shally Seth Mohile, and Rajiv Ghosh of Economic Times. Also listen to excerpts of an exclusive interview with Rajeev Chaba, president, MG Motor India only on the latest episode of The Morning Brief podcast!

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  • While India is about to see the dance of democracy, AAP’s only national face Arvind Kejriwal has been arrested. Kejriwal is the fourth AAP leader to be arrested and his incarceration comes as the biggest blow to the Aam Aadmi Party. Can he govern and mobilise from behind the bars? On the flip side, it could potentially galvanise the BJP’s opposition like never before just ahead of the polls. Host Nidhi Sharma discusses challenges and possible outcomes with Anurag Dhanda, AAP National Spokesperson and Senior State Vice President of AAP Haryana as well as Shailaja Chandra, Delhi's First Chief Secretary in the latest episode of The Morning Brief podcast!

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    Credits: NDTV Profit, News9 Live, Aam Aadmi Party

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  • In the tech hub of India, Bengaluru, the reality for many is a daily scramble – not for coding glory, but for a sip of water. Mumbai is feeling the pinch too, with taps running dry 15% of the time. But with a growing population and thirsty industries, isn't there a way out of this water crisis? Climate change is just adding fuel to the fire. Can technology be our knight in shining armor, or can a simple shift in habits turn the tide? Kalpana Pathak sits down with Nitin Bassi, Senior Program Lead, Sustainable Water, Council on Energy, Environment and Water to understand how to deal with the challenge. She also talks to Sandeep Garg, MD, Welspun Enterprises on how his company is helping municipalities recycle water, and ET’s Archana Rai on how Bengaluru is addressing its water problem in the latest episode of The Morning Brief podcast. Tune in!

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  • Fly91 – India’s newest airline – has taken flight. The regional airline flies into a dynamic, fast growing, cut throat, semi-oligopolistic market which has been the burial ground for more companies than it has nurtured. Almost no regional airline has survived here. But Manoj Chacko’s airline is backed by his crystal clear vision, a simple expansion plan, a brilliant main team and a solid initial financial thrust. Can Fly91 break the mould of regional carriers in India? Host Anirban Chowdhury talks to Chacko about his journey from setting up Emirates operations in India to setting up his own airline. And the flight path for Fly9.

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  • From production tools to actual music creation, AI is tearing into every segment of the music industry. The latest fad is the scarily accurate regeneration of artists’ voices: from Drake to Kanye West, Michael Jackson to SP Balasubrahmanyam. But the trend has raised excitement and alarm in equal measure. So while AR Rahman has done it the right way in a recent Rajinikanth film: with permissions and proceeds; the music directors recreating SPB’s voice have earned themselves a lawsuit.

    Who owns an artist’s regenerated voice?
    Should voices be patented? What copyright laws cover such products?

    Get all the details in the latest episode of The Morning Brief podcast hosted by Dia Rekhi as she gets you insights from - Ashish Pherwani, EY India Media & Entertainment Leader, ⁠Anshuman Sharma and Aditya Kalway, A Producer-Singer Duo, ⁠Kavitha Deenadayalan, Lawyer, and ⁠Gautam KM, Partner at K Law.

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    Credits: A.R. Rahman, Vivek Sagar - Topic, Permit Room, The Music Podcast

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  • A.M. Naik, a legend in Indian industry, rose from L&T engineer to Chairman. Over 58 years, he transformed L&T into a global giant, building essential infrastructure and iconic projects like the Statue of Unity, India's 1st nuclear submarine, the K-9 Vajra, Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. Anil Manibhai Naik described winning ET’s Lifetime Achievement award as the crowning accomplishment of his professional career. Catch his uncut interview with host Arijit Barman as he recalls defending L&T from takeover attempts by Reliance and the Aditya Birla Group. Tune in to The Morning Brief podcast!

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  • Ranjan Pai, the head of the Manipal Education and Medical Group, has been quietly but aggressively backing tech unicorns in recent months. Firstcry, Bluestone, Purplle - the list goes on! He has also made a reappearance at troubled companies Pharmeasy and in a way in Byju’s through the latter’s acquired company Aakash Institute. So, what makes him such a sought-after investor? And how does someone who keeps such a low profile, beat aggressive investors to land the hottest deals? Know more about this billionaire doctor with an eye for tech. Tune in to the latest episode of The Morning Brief podcast hosted by Mugdha Variyar as she speaks to Mayank Ruia, Founder & Chief Executive Officer at MAIA Estates, Anirudh Pandita, Founder - Loco & Pocket Aces, Sunil Jain, Founder - Sprout Capital Advisors, Shailesh Ghorpade, Founding Managing Partner & CIO at Exfinity Venture Partners LLP, Archana Rai, Editor - South, The Economic Times, and Arijit Barman, Associate Editor, The Economic Times.

    Credits: ET NOW and CNBC-TV18

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  • Thejna John is a happy woman. Last year, the relapse of an acute form of blood cancer despite a bone marrow transplant, had made her doctors give up all hope.

    In October, came a breakthrough. India approved the CAR T-Cell therapy, a revolutionary treatment for some forms of cancer. Thejna was one of the first cancer patients to undergo treatment in India. She is now cancer-free.

    The potential of CAR T-cell therapy is significant. And Pharma majors from Dr Reddy’s to Biocon are pouring in money into their own CAR T-Cell projects. But it’s early days. And questions remain: on efficacy, relapse, neurotoxicity and high costs.

    Join the conversation with host Anirban Chowdhury, Vikas Dandekar, ET's pharma expert, along with CAR T-Cell pioneer Dr. Hasmukh Jain, Associate Professor - Tata Memorial Centre, and Shirish Arya, Chief Business Officer - ImmunoACT as they discuss the future of this life-saving treatment on The Morning Brief podcast!

    Credits: TED

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  • The RBI's recent actions on certain fintech businesses have sparked debate. Is it a necessary clean-up or an excessive crackdown? Host Anurpiya Nair explores this hot topic as she delves into the recent strict orders and what it means for the future of fintech in India. Is this a positive step towards a healthier financial ecosystem, or an unnecessary hurdle for innovation? Listen to R Gandhi, Former, Deputy Governor of Reserve Bank of India, Abizer Diwanji, Head, Financial Services at EY, and Pratish Kumar, Partner, JSA Advocates & Solicitors for a nuanced discussion on the evolving relationship between the RBI and fintech businesses on The Morning Brief podcast!


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  • Celebrating 40 years, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories stands out in the Indian pharma industry for its focus on governance and innovation. Founded in 1984 by scientist Dr Anji Reddy, the company has had a history of bold moves like early public listing, investing in drug discovery or hiring an expat CEO. Little wonder that the company has ended up being a CEO factory for the Indian pharma industry. The company has also been open about its mistakes and challenges like a large acquisition that fell short of expectations. Join hosts Kiran Somvanshi and Arijit Barman in a candid conversation with G.V. Prasad, Co-Chairman and Managing Director on Dr. Reddy's journey and future on The Morning Brief podcast!

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