Recommendation 1 from ‘The Times of India’

Article Name:‘Why the grass is always greener on the other side’

By: ‘Jug Suraiya’

Areader lives a thousand lives before he dies,” said Jojen.”The man who never reads live only one.” : George R.R. Martin, A Dance with Dragons

Summary:

The article is talking about his enjoyment of the rains in England, which was deemed mad by the people there. However, the writer points out that he enjoyed rains not because he was mad, but because it was due to the principle of grass being greener on the other side operational. This the writer stands true not only for the rain but also for various other things in life.

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Forecast: Predict
Cuisine: Cooking
Hordes: Crowd
Picturesque: Charming
Anonymity: Secrecy

Recommendation 2 from ‘The Hindu’

Article Name:‘Bytes of flavour’

By: ‘Nita Sathyendran’

Clearly one must read every good book at least once every ten years. : C.S. Lewis

Summary:

The article is talking about tryst of IT entrepreneurs with food business, as few of them opened a restaurant named Park Bytes. MD of Hages business Solutions (HBS) and some of his partners have widened their area of business with this cafe. Read to find out the how and why of food business from their perspective.

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Ethnic: Racial
Hullabaloo: Noise
Impact: brunt

Recommendation 3 from ‘The Hindu’

Article Name:‘Dreams go up in smoke’

By: ‘Ashok Singh’

Life is too short to read books that I’m not enjoying. : Melissa Marr

Summary:

The article is throwing light on the situation in a village of Jharkhan, Chorkheda, as this is the place where there are many families having children who are not able to go to school. And this is because they need to help their families in rolling beedis to work their way out of debt. And this happens when there is a working law to prevent children from participating in such hazardous professions.

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Nimble: Agile
Malnourished: Emaciated
Paltry: Worthless
Investment: Asset

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