Recommendation 1 from ‘The Hindu’

Article Name:Does law do justice to the poor and hapless

By: Matthew Adukanil

The powerful are presumed innocent until proved guilty but the indigent citizen under arrest is considered guilty until he is proved innocent.

Summary:

The article talks about the rich and corrupt politicians and how they are easily able to manipulate our judicial system and how the poor although innocent are the ones who end up suffering.

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Sanctity: sacred
Trumped: to excel
Veracity: truthfulness

Recommendation 2 from ‘The Economic Times’

Article Name:Beware the quantitative easing impact on emerging economies

By: Shyam Saran

The global economy is awash with successive waves of liquidity generated over the past few years by the four most advanced economies.

Summary:

The article talks about the steps taken by the central banks of G4 to stimulate their economies to be able to extend credit to business and industry and encourage consumption.

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Awash: covered or crowded
Stagnant: dull and inactive

Recommendation 3 from ‘The Times Crest Edition’

Article Name:The art of science

By: Padmaparna Ghosh

What is the actual purpose of interdisciplinary education? Does everyone need it? More importantly, who will teach it and how?

Summary:

The article explains the true meaning of the word interdisciplinary and its significance in today’s rapidly changing economy. The article is indeed an interesting read.

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Learn Words from the article:

Cognitive: perception.
Balustrade: a railing with supporting balusters.
Rigor: harshness.
Anodyne: a medicine which relieves pain.

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