Reading Suggestions: Day 26

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Recommendation 1 from ‘The Times Crest Edition’

Article Name:Mirror, mirror on the wall

By: Preeti Verma Lal

Thousands of art lovers in Paris are staring at themselves in Anish Kapoor’s distorting mirrors. What do they see?


The author states that this is no ordinary art show rather it is a fascinating chronicle of how artists over a century have represented light and movement, both in tandem and isolation.

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Learn Words from the article:

Tandem: one following or behind the other
Fathom: a unit of length equal to 6 feet
Maniacally: a lunatic
Epilepsy: a disorder of the nervous system
Convoluted: twisted, complicated

Recommendation 2 from ‘The Hindu’

Article Name:Home for everyone

By: Editorial

Other welcome recommendations include raising the cap on interest subsidy schemes and fixing affordable housing loan targets for banks to achieve.


The article talks about how providing adequate numbers of affordable houses for the urban poor still remains an elusive target.

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Elusive: complete mental grasp
Augmenting: to enlarge in size

Recommendation 3 from ‘The Times of India’

Article Name:As India sputters on

By: Gautam Adhikari

A common tendency is to pronounce the two sets of views as being at loggerheads.


The article talks about India’s continuing struggle with growth from different angles as being approached by different economists.

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Learn Words from the article:

Sophisticated: worldy-wise, pleasing.
Elite: the best of anything considered collectively.
Acumen: keen insight.
Disdainful: to treat with contempt.


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