Recommendation 1 from ‘The Times of India’

Article Name:‘Sporting Sarkar’

By: ‘Jug Suraiya’

Reading-it’s the third best thing to do in bed. : Jarod Kintz. The Book title is invisible

Summary:

This article is hilarious. Writer states that instead of blaming the government that it does not give any recognition to the sports potential of the country, it is important to recognise that government is doing everything to build the athletic potential of every citizen of the country. Writer states that in order to do so government has designed a game called fetch the water in the rural areas.

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Learn Words from the article:

Potential: Possible
Ingenious: Clever
Determination: Willpower
Ensure: Make sure
Rigorous: Exact

Recommendation 2 from ‘The New York Times’

Article Name:‘Obama AWOL in Syria’

By: ‘Nicholas D. Kristof’

Nothing was truly unbearable if you had something to read. : Jincy Willett, the Writing class

Summary:

Writer is stating that he has always been a fan of Obama’s foreign policy. However, when it comes to Syrian crisis everyone around the globe is confused as to why there is no stand on it from Obama administration. He states that many strategists are of the opinion that its time he moved aggressively and the writer affirms the opinion.

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Learn Words from the article:

Engagement: Appointment
Aggressively: Insistently
Imposing: Striking

Recommendation 3 from ‘The Economic Times’

Article Name:‘Why current & Savings accounts will run out of steam’

By: ‘Sangita Mehta & Anita Bhoir, ET Bureau’

You can travel the world and never leave your chair when you read a book. : Sherry K. Plummer

Summary:

The article is throwing light on the issue of current and savings accounts in banks. The article states that these accounts have been a major source of earning profits over the years. However, the article states that it might be about to change sooner or later.

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Learn Words from the article:

Mobilisation: Making ready for use or action.
Ubiquitous: Ever-present.
Meager: Deficient in quantity.
Mature: Adult.
Flexible: Supple.

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