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Smartphones are stealing our time. This new year, I want to claim it back – The Guardian (Dec 29, 2016)

Smartphones are stealing our time. This new year, I want to claim it back – The Guardian (Dec 29, 2016) I sit with a friend having some seasonal drinks. The second she gets up to go to the toilet, I … Continue reading

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India’s small businesses facing ‘apocalypse’ amid biggest financial experiment in history – The Guardian (Dec 21, 2016)

India’s small businesses facing ‘apocalypse’ amid biggest financial experiment in history – The Guardian (Dec 21, 2016) Down one of the hundreds of dusty lanes that make up Gandhi Nagar market, Delhi’s largest textile bazaar, the small factory where Neeraj … Continue reading

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Is small-scale hydro the answer to India’s clean energy needs? – The Guardian (Nov 29, 2016)

Is small-scale hydro the answer to India’s clean energy needs? – The Guardian (Nov 29, 2016) In the western Himalayas, the entire village of Hamal is powered by a small hydroelectric plant on the edge of the Shalvi river. For … Continue reading

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The Guardian view on India’s demonetisation: Modi has brought havoc to India – The Guardian (Nov 17, 2016)

The Guardian view on India’s demonetisation: Modi has brought havoc to India – The Guardian (Nov 17, 2016) On the night Donald Trump was elected the next US president, one of his fellow nationalist populist politicians chose to implement chaos … Continue reading

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Is the internet killing our brains? – The Guardian (Oct 08, 2016)

Is the internet killing our brains? – The Guardian (Oct 08, 2016) Throughout history, people have always worried about new technologies. The fear that the human brain cannot cope with the onslaught of information made possible by the latest development … Continue reading

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The Guardian view on stunting: malnutrition is holding millions of children back – The Guardian (Sep 30, 2016)

The Guardian view on stunting: malnutrition is holding millions of children back – The Guardian (Sep 30, 2016) South Korean women are neither especially diminutive nor remarkably lofty. With a mean height of 162.3cm, they are 12.5cm taller than their … Continue reading

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Retaliation or restraint? India has limited options over Kashmir attack – The Guardian (Sep 19, 2016)

Retaliation or restraint? India has limited options over Kashmir attack – The Guardian (Sep 19, 2016) The death toll from one of the deadliest strikes on Indian security forces in Kashmir history has continued to rise, and so too the … Continue reading

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India’s poor sanitation is damaging millions of children. There’s no excuse – The Guardian (Aug 09, 2016)

India’s poor sanitation is damaging millions of children. There’s no excuse – The Guardian (Aug 09, 2016) Earlier this year, in a sweltering classroom in Delhi, I met a young Indian boy named Ram. His father is a watchman in … Continue reading

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Maybe you don’t have as much choice as you think – The Guardian (Aug 05, 2016)

Maybe you don’t have as much choice as you think – The Guardian (Aug 05, 2016) One excellent way to bring a dinner party to a close, if it’s late and you’d like your guests to leave, is to raise … Continue reading

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Idioms in Articles (July 01-10, 2016)

Have you been reading the posts? To refresh our memory, here is a list of idioms & phrases which we learnt till date (from July 01-10, 2016). A fillip to growth, and maybe inflation – The Hindu (July 01, 2016) … Continue reading

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