Recommendation 1 from ‘The Guardian’

Article Name:Google and competition: as users we can give our own verdict

By: Tom Watson

Google has offered to act more fairly in response to a European commission investigation. But do its concessions go far enough?

Summary:

The article talks about the investigation being undertaken by the European commission where the main issue at hand was ensuring fair and non-discriminatory choices for EU consumers while eradicating the current anti-competitive behavior in what is essentially a monopoly market.

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Detriment: loss or damage
Concede: to acknowledge as true

Recommendation 2 from ‘The Guardian’

Article Name:Think brain scans can reveal our innermost thoughts? Think again

By: Raymond Tallis

Increasing claims for neuroscience – that it can locate jealously or Muslim fundamentalism – are ludicrous

Summary:

The article states that the scientists have now burst out into the public forum by being anywhere and everywhere and analysing and explaining every aspect of our humanity to help in creating a truly rational and harmonious future.

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Savvy: to understand
Eccentric: not situated in the center
Credence: belief as to the truth of something

Recommendation 3 from ‘The Hindu’

Article Name:A prize that needs to get a life

By: Editorial

This identity crisis is not surprising, given the prize’s very fuzzy remit and the fact that it has to compete with a better-known award of the same name

Summary:

The article states though the Man Booker International Prize has gone to some big names in world literature it is still confused with the more famous annual Man Booker Prize.

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Vanity: excessive pride in one’s appearance
Cheekily: insolent
Brevity: the quality of expressing much in a few words

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