Saturday, February 13, 2016

Interesting readings

Robbing Peter to pay banks by T. N. Ninan in the Business Standard, 13 Feb.

Meet the Robin Hood of Science by Simon Oxenham on bigthink, 12 Feb.

The diplomat and the killer by Raymond Bonner in The Atlantic, 11 Feb.

Fixing enterprise plumbing by Manish Sabharwal in the Indian Express, 10 Feb.

Debt deja vu by Susan Thomas in the Indian Express, 10 Feb.

NPS is a good product that lives in a bad market by Monika Halan in Mint, 10 Feb. Also see this video with Ashish Aggarwal from 1 February, from the NIFPMF channel.

A discussion on net neutrality, featuring Pavan Duggal, T.V. Ramachandran, Raman Jit Singh Chima, Smriti Parsheera, on the `Big Picture' show on Rajya Sabha TV.

The chips are down for Moore's Law by M. Mitchell Waldrop, in Nature, 9 Feb.

Is Modi Turning Policy Clock Back to Pre-1991 State Control Era? by Abheek Barman in thequint.com, 9 Feb.

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