Recommendation 1 from ‘The Project Syndicate’

Article Name:Clearing a Path through the Brain

By: Javier DeFelipe

The major problem when analyzing the brain is the extreme complexity of its synaptic connections.

Summary:

The article talks about how the neurons are structured and mutually connected and analyzing them for the in depth knowledge of the same. The article is indeed a good read.

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Synapse: a region where impulses are received and transmitted
Mappers: reflection of anything

Recommendation 2 from ‘The Guardian’

Article Name:The legacy of privatisation: dripping with cash

By: Editorial

There are good reasons to be wary of the prospect of one of the UK’s biggest water companies being owned by foreign investors.

Summary:

The article talks about the reasons behind the privatisation of various sectors of the economy and how good or bad is it for the country.

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Chicanery: deception by sophistry
Jeopardize: hazard or risk

Recommendation 3 from ‘The Economic Times’

Article Name:Policy must stay focused on boosting fixed capital formation

By: ET Bureau

Since gold prices have been falling, and latest inflation data confirming a trend towards moderation, investment demand for the metal has lost steam

Summary:

The article states that bullion imports rose to $7.5 billion in April and since the gold prices have been falling, the investment demand for the metal has lost steam. Therefore, the surge in the import of gold must be explained by consumers seeing a gilded opportunity in the lower price of gold and jacking up their demand.

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Obviate: to prevent or eliminate.
Hassle: a disorderly dispute.

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