Recommendation 1 from ‘Times of India (Crest Edition)’

Article Name:‘Now to set the house in order’

By: ‘Paul Rudnik’

In other words, any woman dressed “immodestly” is part of the problem because she seems to be attracting attention.

Summary:

A take on how the IPC shows less or almost no empathy to victims who are molested. Direct extracts from the laws

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Learn Words from the article:

1: Seldom: Rarely
2: Empathy: The ability to understand the feelings of others
3: Modesty: The quality or state of being unassuming or moderate in the estimation of one’s abilities

Recommendation 2 from ‘The Hindu’

Article Name:‘Now to set the house in order’

By: ‘Editorial’

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Summary:

The article is a description on the doping admissions of Lance Armstrong, the cycling legend. The article further states that the doping admission made by the cyclist in an exclusive interview with Oprah Winfrey was not shocking to those who had doubted his credibility. A federal investigation into allegations against him had been closed last feb without due explanation. But this act of his has landed him into the long list of dope cheats who went into disgrace.

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Learn Words from the article:

Meticulous: showing extreme care
Legend: body of stories of the kind
Allegations: assertion made with little or no proof

Recommendation 3 from ‘The Hindustan Times’

Article Name:‘No tangible gains here’

By: ‘Editorial’

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Summary:

The article talks by the increase in the rate of import duties on gold. While the author states that the government is being antediluvian by doing such an act as it will lead to increase in the import of the yellow metal by unofficial means. While the official reasoning against taking such a step being that it will help in increasing the cost and thus reducing the demand in the Indian market.

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Learn Words from the article:

Antediluvian:old fashioned
Legendary: stories of the same kind
Deficit: the amount by which the money falls short.

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