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What do accusations against Aziz Ansari say about how people should behave on a date? The comedian has denied sexual assault after a date last year.

What do accusations against Aziz Ansari say about how people should behave on a date? The comedian has denied sexual assault after a date last year, saying it was "completely consensual". Then we discuss the future of India's young people with journalist Snigdha Poonam, who's written a book, "Dreamers: How young Indians are changing the world". After this, we look into a BBC investigation which has discovered more than 3,000 bogus qualifications were sold in Britain by a fake degree company in Pakistan. Then we hear about a a group of blind and visually impaired girls in India who took part in the National Blind and Deaf Judo Championships in New Delhi. 17-year- old Sumana tells us about the experience, along with Monu Ravindran from charity Sightsavers. Blogger Sangeeta Pillai Lander tells Nomia about her plans to get more Asian women talking about sex, through a planned theatre production called "Masala Monologues". And then we'll discuss the plight of Christians in Pakistan- many say they have been persecuted there because of their religion.

2 hours, 57 minutes

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Tue 16 Jan 2018 10:00

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