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Sunday, June 24, 2012

Sunday Reads - The Best of Politics, Economics, & Ideas



This is easily one of the best collection of reads I could gather for your Sunday.
  • China falsifies data to mask slowdown. (NYT)
  • Forget Edison: This is how history's greatest inventions really happened. (The Atlantic)
  • No country for armed men: Pakistan is in such bad shape, even the generals do not want to run it. (Foreign Policy)
  • Audio-Visual Slideshow: How India plans to tackle its growing water crisis. (BBC)

Eurostat estimates that 24.7 million people in the EU27 (27 members of the European Union) were unemployed in April. The Reuters graphic below breaks those numbers out on a country-by-country basis.



3 comments:

Rohit Kshirsagar said...

The piece on inventions was a great read!Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Hello sir,

your articles on foreign policies are really intriguing. Request you to do pen down a little more on THOSE DECISIONS BY OUR INDIAN POLICY makers which are either controversial or those that received severe rebuke.

Anonymous said...

Thanq