Content Ad 002

Recommendation 1 from ‘The NY Times’

Article Name:‘Sex discrimination and medical leaves’

By: ‘Editorial’

There should be a provision when it comes to workers taking leaves for personal reasons. It is also a worker’s right because if a worker is not well we cannot expect him to give his best towars the work done. However, moving on to gender discrimination, just like there are equal employment opportunities, at least on papers, there should be equal leave opportunities as well.


The article states that SC in America held that the state government could be sued for violating their employees right to take leaves in case of emergencies. However, state government cannot be sued if they do not let their workers take leaves for their own medical problems. It was decided by a 5 to 4 vote by the court. It also states that there is an evidence of sex discrimination when it comes to leave. However, the leave for personal reasons cannot be connected to gender discrimination for the states to be sued, as the latter can get the states sued. The article states that there is nothing in particular when it comes to guarantee leave for personal reasons.

Read the full article here.

Learn Words from the article:

Violating: Infringing
Employees: Workers
Constitution: Charter
Discrimination: Bias

Recommendation 2 from ‘The NY Times’

Article Name:‘For-profit education scams’

By: ‘Editorial’

The writer liks the Kailash (abode of lord shiva in Himalayas) and kasha (abode of lord shiva in the real world) to the kailash (boss) kashi (customers) of the business world. He states that it is difficult for anyone to decide whether to focus on the boss from where the promotions come or the customers from where the real value is created. He cites an example where a man got appraisal due to his relationship with boss, where as the other person who had worked hard to please the Kashi did not. So, he states that this is the irony of the corporate world where Kailash and kasha should be one, which means appraisal should be determined by the Kashi.


The article highlights the fact that attorney general from more than 20 states have joined hands to investigate colleges that often burden the students with debt, at the same time furnishing them with useless degrees. Such colleges are called for-profit colleges. Such a move is being made because ‘for-profit’ colleges are much more expensive than the public colleges. At the same time public prosecutors are uncovering large examples of fraud. The article also cites the statement of an attorney general of Illinois, which says that a ‘for-profit’ college had been sued.

Read the full article here.

Learn Words from the article:

Correlation: Association
Satisfaction: Contentment

Recommendation 3 from ‘The Guardian’

Article Name:‘Ageing Australia turns its back on the answer to its problems’

By: ‘Saman Shad’

Education has been reduced to nothing but a lucrative business opportunity. And, instances as cited in the article are shameful as the students are being burdened with useless debt. Students by the end of it all would be overburdened with the stress of paying their loans tan concentrate on studies. So, yes the suing of such schools will set an example for others.


Sound of baby bonus will sound criminal in country like India, but looking at Australia’s condition, may be even this is not enough. Immigrants need to be made part of the ageing workforce otherwise there are chances that economy of the country, which is worked by the most workforce will suffer in the long run.

Read the full article here.

Learn Words from the article:

Testimony: Proof
Affordable: Reasonable
Loan: Advance.


Content Ads 02 Sample 01
Pop Up


Starting 3rd June 2024, 7pm



How to Master VA-RC 

This free (and highly detailed) cheat sheet will give you strategies to help you grow

No thanks, I don't want it.

Join our Free TELEGRAM GROUP for exclusive content and updates

Rsz 1rsz Close Img

Join Our Newsletter

Get the latest updates from our side, including offers and free live updates, on email.

Rsz Undraw Envelope N8lc Smal
Rsz 1rsz Close Img