Monday, October 03, 2016

Interesting readings

Who will bear the loss? by Ajay Shah in the Business Standard, 03 October.

Across the aisle: How free is freedom in India? by P Chidambaram in the Indian Express, 02 October.

Surgical strikes: A face-saving move or planned retaliation? by Bharat Karnad in the Hindustan Times, 01 October.

TV bends to winds of war by S Nihal Singh in the Tribune, 01 October.

Surgical strikes: Options before the Pakistan army by Elizabeth Roche in the Mint, 30 September.

Lake near Hyderabad emerges as 'superbug hotspot' thanks to antibiotic makers by Zeba Siddiqui in the Mint, 30 September.

Why a banking crisis in China seems unavoidable by Edoardo Campanella and Daniel Vernazza on Voxeu, 27 September.

Why the Silencing of KrebsOnSecurity Opens a Troubling Chapter For the Internet by BeauHD on Slashdot, 23 September. Krebs Is Back Online Thanks To Google's Project Shield on Slashdot, 25 September.

Why a Decrease in Crime Statistics Isn't Always Good News by Abhay in The WIRE, 25 September.

India's most important business group is socially responsible but financially disappointing in the  Economist, 24 September.

Young Rural Women in India Chase Big-City Dreams by Ellen Barry in the New York Times, 24 September.

Suitcases of Cash: China Travel Data Hint at Capital Outflow on Bloomberg News, 22 September.

New routes to learning-The problem with India's private universities by Shubhashis Gangopadhyay in the Telegraph India, 22 September.

Why we must all fight antimicrobial resistance by Laura H. Kahn in The Democracy Journal, 21 September.

Barack Obama and Doris Kearns Goodwin: The Ultimate Exit Interview by Doris Kearns Goodwin in Vanity Fair magazine, 21 September.

Hacker-Proof Code Confirmed by Kevin Hartnett in Quanta magazine, 20 September.

Need to change approach to legislation by Somasekhar Sundaresan in the Business Standard, 19 September.

Inside google's internet justice league and its AI powered war on trolls by Andy Greenberg in Wired  magazine, 19 September.

I Used to Be a Human Being by Andrew Sullivan in The New York Magazine, 18 September.

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