Recommendation 1 from ‘Foreign Policy’

Article Name:‘5 signs of the Chinese economic apocalypse’

By: Trefor Moss

Agood book has no ending: R.D. Cumming

Summary:

The article states that slowly and imminently China’s economic growth is slipping out of its well chartered road. In a way article is stating that when compared to Europe right now, China must be better off, but in a way economy has sowed a lot and it has illustrated five reasons for it. the reasons stated are surprising, chilling and informative all at the same time.

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Stimulus: Spur
Package: Put together
Indulgently: Generously
Confidence: Poise
Potential: possible

Recommendation 2 from ‘Times of India (Crest Edition)’

Article Name:‘Male, female and the third option’

By: Payoshni Mitra

Always read something that will make you look good if you dies in the middle of it. : P.J.O’ Rourke

Summary:

TBy reminding the reader of Permanik incident, where she was alleged to be posing as a female, where she was actually male, the writer states that the gender verification test that has been so widely endorsed by all the sports bodies is exclusionary, which are awkward models for detecting something called the disorder of the sex development.

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Controversy: Argument
Advocate: Supporter
Equality: Parity

Recommendation 3 from ‘Project Syndicate’

Article Name:‘Navigating the road to riches’

By: ‘Otaviano Canuto’

The evolution from low to middle-income

Summary:

The article explains the term ‘middle-income trap’ in the developing countries, giving the usual pattern of economic development in the Latin America and other middle income countries. The role of technology and growth opportunities has been discussed, along with discussing other factors of development in detail.

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Anarchy: (government) a state of lawlessness and disorder (usually resulting from a failure of government)
Intangible: Incapable of being perceived by the senses especially the sense of touch
Tandem: One behind the other.

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