Which is correct?
- There is no means to listen what he is saying.
- There are no means to listen what he is saying.
According to Oxford Dictionaries it can be "treated as singular or plural".
Personally, I find the plural form more natural in your example. Also note that you need another "to": There are no means to listen to what he is saying.
Means has two meaning:it use as a singular I.e cars is a means of transportation, then the last one is used as a plural when you talked on wealth I.e His means are flenty that is means he has many ways of getting money.