Recommendation 1 from ‘The Guardian’

Article Name:Woolwich killing: a life lost – and more

By: Editorial

The Woolwich attack was something pretty exceptional, an extraordinary foul deed for which there are few, if any, precise precedents.

Summary:

The article talks about the horrific Woolwich incident where an unsuspecting soldier Lee Rigby was killed. The article calls the incident as extraordinary and talks about what all makes it terrorist attack.

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Perversely: persistent in what is wrong
Solidarity: community of feelings and interests

Recommendation 2 from ‘The Indian Express’

Article Name:Addressing the deficit

By: Editorial

The Sino-Indian economic partnership has been a stabilising force Delhi and Beijing must build on

Summary:

The article states that the Ladakh incursion came in the way of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang’s visit elevating the Sino-Indian bilateral relationship to a higher level. The author further states that the bilateral economic relationship has been broadened and deepened the Sino-Indian engagement and lent it the much needed stability.

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Bilateral: affecting two sides
Summitry: the act of holding a meeting

Recommendation 3 from ‘Times Crest Edition’

Article Name:Still the Hindu rate of growth

By: Sidharth Bhatia

To attract more voters the BJP is actually softening its right-wing stance and trying to focus on issues like development. But Hindutva is the party’s only card.

Summary:

The article states that Shiv Sena is one of the most reliable partners of BJP. Yet Shiv Sena had moved towards Hindutva, the two sides stuck together, even as many other allies have deserted the BJP.

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Inferior: lower in rank or degree.
Potshot: an aimless shot.
Coyness: shy or modest.

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