Recommendation 1 from ‘The New York Times’

Article Name:‘Inequality is holding back the recovery’

By: ‘Joseph E.Stiglitz’

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Summary:

The article states that after the winning back of elections by Barack Obama, there were many important issues to be addressed. The Economists suggests that the rising inequality in the country is a great threat to the economy as it will further decrease the rate of recovery from Depression. The article further illustrates four reasons for the same.

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Squelching: to strike with pressing force
Reliant: showing dependence
Adroit:cleverly skillful

Recommendation 2 from ‘The Times of India’

Article Name:‘The lost leader’

By: Jennifer Morgan

Among the disenchanted, the query will persist: Is Anita Pfaff India’s lost heroine?

Summary:

An article about the only child of India’s lost hero, S.C. Bose’s daughter Anita Pfaff. Talking about her journey from being the president of Indian National Congress twice to leaving Indian politics completely, the author raises a question. What if she was a part of Indian politics today?

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1: Valiantly: with valor; in a valiant manner
2: Ascertain: make sure of
3: Dabbling: Immerse (one’s hands or feet) partially in water and move them around gently.

Recommendation 3 from ‘BBC’

Article Name:‘Can disguises fool surveillance technology?’

By: Paul Rubens

This rather theatrical approach to disguise apparently helped McAfee observe the police going about their investigations and evade detection until he made his way to Guatemala, where he surfaced earlier this week.

Summary:

A detailed article on how face recognition systems work in security and if disguises stand any good chance against these systems. The author uses all technical approaches to discuss the face recognition technology. Some infamous cases have also been discussed.

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1: Surveillance: Closed observation of a spy or a criminal
2: Clumsy: Awkward in movement or handling things
3: Rhinoplasty: Plastic surgery done on the nose.

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