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Sunday, November 4, 2012

Sunday Reads - Dark side of the polar world & Who knows what


  • A rape shatters a family. (NYT) Please read this article to gain a perspective no Indian journal will explore.
  • Google now: behind the predictive future of search. (The Verge
  • The dark side of the while, polar world. (BBC)
  • Who knows what: For decades the sciences and the humanities have fought for knowledge supremacy. Both sides are wrong-headed. (Aeon)
The 27 members of the European Union (EU27) are going through a harrowing debt crisis. Here is a Reuters graphic on the debt to GDP ratio of EU27.



1 comment:

Abhay Sakharkar said...

Apparently, One of the Euro convergence criteria was that government debt-to-GDP be below 60%. #ThingsChangSofast