Three Longs & Three Shorts

Jan 2019
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Published on 13 Jan, 2019

Why people prefer bad news

The article reinforces the subject of “Factfulness”, the refreshingly positive and fascinating book by the late Dr...

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Published on 06 Jan, 2019

Too rich to jail

Maureen Dowd says that the rise of populist politicians like Trump is due to the failure of the American political...

Dec 2018
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Published on 30 Dec, 2018

My life as an oracle

An introspective piece by Gideon Rachman, arguably one of the best commentators on geopolitics. The introspection...

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Published on 16 Dec, 2018

The State of Being Stuck

A wonderful piece on patience and perseverance from a Mathematician’s perspective – virtues key to success in any...

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Nov 2018
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Published on 25 Nov, 2018

The future of war

This article provides a riveting insight just how high tech war has already become and how frighteningly sophisticated...

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Published on 18 Nov, 2018

Amma goes to school

Neuroscience has shown that the neurons in our brain gradually start dying from middle age and therefore our brain...

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Published on 11 Nov, 2018

The rickety house of Paytm

As the latest scandal to hit Paytm ripples across the media (the CEO’s PA might have tried to extort Rs 20 crores...

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Published on 04 Nov, 2018

Keep it simple, silly

Elaborating on the power of simplicity, the authors not only drive home the point that “In an increasingly complex...

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Oct 2018
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