This is Episode 34 of The Pragati Podcast hosted by Hamsini Hariharan and Pavan Srinath.
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In this episode, we’ll be doing something a little different. We’ll be talking about ideas, values and labels. The word ‘liberal’ has become a slur in India, but it stands for something more. What does it mean when we say that the Pragati magazine is founded on the values of a free society?
Amit Varma joins hosts Pavan Srinath and Hamsini Hariharan to discuss exactly that. Amit Varma is the editor of Pragati, the host of the Seen & the Unseen podcast and a writer at the India uncut blog. He’s also a two-time winner of the Bastiat Prize, for his writings that have helped explain, promote and defend the principles of society.
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