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Tally ke saath Business ki baat is a platform to showcase inspirational SME stories from across India. Small and medium enterprises are the torch bearers of growth for any economy. They are spread across the length and breadth of the country and while from the outside they may appear very similar to each other, they are the epitome of diversity. Despite these differences, what connects them all is their spirit, the values they believe in, and their penchant for innovation, sustainable growth ...
 
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Ben is joined by Roberta Ryan, Professor of Local Government at the University of Newcastle, to discuss some broader trends in NSW local government in the lead-up to this weekend's election, including council amalgamations and the role of political parties. This podcast is supported by the Tally Room's supporters on Patreon. If you find this podcas…
 
In the first episode of Tally ke saath business ki baat, we have for you some deeper insights about the business of lotus seeds. Sounds weird right? Does ‘makhaana’ ring a bell? Did you know that 85% of the world’s lotus seeds production happens in India with a majority coming from Bihar? Tune in as we speak to the duo of Ruchi & Shravan from Sumit…
 
Ben is joined by Nick McLaren, lead news reporter for ABC Illawarra, to discuss the council elections for Wollongong and Shoalhaven, along with a brief detour to Shellharbour and Kiama. This podcast is supported by the Tally Room's supporters on Patreon. If you find this podcast worthwhile please consider giving your support.…
 
Today I'm joined by Allison Hore from the Inner West Review to discuss the council elections for the City of Sydney and the Inner West Council. This podcast is supported by the Tally Room's supporters on Patreon. If you find this podcast worthwhile please consider giving your support.Por Ben Raue
 
Ben is joined by Tina Brown, editor of the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Post, to discuss the council elections in Hornsby and Ku-ring-gai. Ku-ring-gai in particular has been one of the most dramatic councils in Sydney, with a 5-5 deadlock on the council being resolved by the outcome of drawing a name out of a hat for the mayoral election. This podcast is su…
 
This is the second episode in our NSW local council election series. Today I'm joined by Anthony Caruso, political analyst for Triple H FM radio, a community radio station in northern Sydney. This podcast is supported by the Tally Room's supporters on Patreon. If you find this podcast worthwhile please consider giving your support.…
 
This is the first in a series of podcasts with local experts about various major local councils in New South Wales in the lead-up to December's council elections. Today is Eric Kontos from South West Voice discussing the council elections in Camden, Campbelltown and Liverpool. This podcast is supported by the Tally Room's supporters on Patreon. If …
 
Ben is joined by William Bowe from the Poll Bludger to talk about all of the recent redistributions. For further reading: Liveblog of Victorian and WA federal redistributions Post with maps of Victorian and WA federal boundaries South Australian final redistribution New South Wales draft redistribution maps Population numbers for upcoming Victorian…
 
Ben is joined by William Bowe of the Poll Bludger to discuss Labor's massive landslide victory in yesterday's Western Australian state election, including running through each of the six upper house contests. This podcast is supported by the Tally Room's supporters on Patreon. If you find this podcast worthwhile please consider giving your support.…
 
We return to the WA election today, with Ben joined by the ABC's Jacob Kagi and the University of Sydney's Stewart Jackson, who discuss the campaign and what to look out for on election night. This podcast is supported by the Tally Room's supporters on Patreon. If you find this podcast worthwhile please consider giving your support.…
 
We're back for 2021, and on this week's podcast Ben is joined by Christine Cunningham and Martin Drum to get us up to speed on Western Australian state politics and the early stages of the campaign for March's state election. This podcast is supported by the Tally Room's supporters on Patreon. If you find this podcast worthwhile please consider giv…
 
Ben is joined by William Bowe from the Poll Bludger and new guest Michael Maley, formerly of the Australian Electoral Commission, to talk all about redistributions: how they work now, how they used to work and how they have changed over time. This podcast is supported by the Tally Room's supporters on Patreon. If you find this podcast worthwhile pl…
 
Ben was joined today by Duncan McDonnell from Griffith University and podcast regular Kevin Bonham to discuss tomorrow's election in the Northern Territory. This podcast is supported by the Tally Room's supporters on Patreon. If you find this podcast worthwhile please consider giving your support.Por Ben Raue
 
Ben is joined by Robyn Smith, historian of the Northern Territory, to discuss the upcoming NT election - recent political events, the party system, some seats to watch, and the peculiar nature of NT elections. Robyn mentioned Weekends with Walshy, which features in the podcast feed for Territory Story. Check out Ben's guide to the NT election.…
 
Ben is joined by William Bowe, the Poll Bludger, to discuss the results of the Eden-Monaro by-election. We then digressed into a discussion of the determination of entitlements of House of Representatives seats for each state, including the abolition of the Northern Territory's second seat and long-term trends for Victoria and Western Australia. An…
 
Ben is joined by Glenn Kefford and Chris Salisbury from the University of Queensland to discuss the Queensland state by-elections and the City of Brisbane election, as well as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on these elections. We recorded this episode remotely from each person's home so there is a few audio problems on one of the guests' track…
 
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