Monday, January 21, 2019

Indian Express Editorial & Vocabulary – Onion matters

Onion matters The move of homo sapiens from a state of nature to social animals possessing culture, argued Claude Levi-Strauss, has everything to do with...

Indian Express Editorial & Vocabulary – The middle path

The middle path The public spat between the government and Reserve Bank of India, after a speech by the central bank’s deputy governor, Viral Acharya,...

Indian Express Editorial & Vocabulary – May be, May be not

May be, May be not The European question has long troubled Britain, especially its Conservative Party. The careers of five of the last six Conservative Prime...

Indian Express Editorial & Vocabulary – A good step back

A good step back After an openly fractious build-up to the board meeting of the RBI on Friday, both the government and the central bank...

Indian Express Editorial & Vocabulary – Quality of ratings

Quality of ratings India’s securities market regulator, Sebi, has unveiled new rules for Credit Rating Agencies (CRAs) in an attempt to enhance the quality of...

Indian Express Editorial & Vocabulary – Air for thought

Air for thought Early winter showers have given residents of the National Capital Region (NCR) some relief from the post-Diwali pollution. The rains last week...

Indian Express Editorial & Vocabulary – Pilgrim’s progress

Pilgrim’s progress The decision of the Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB), the autonomous body responsible for the running of the Sabarimala shrine, to seek more time from the...

Indian Express Editorial & Vocabulary – By the kilo

By the kilo The kilogram is to be redefined tomorrow, but there is no cause for alarm. You will not have to fight with your...

Indian Express Editorial & Vocabulary – Show must go on

Show must go on It speaks ill of a culture if trolls can prevent a leading musician from performing in its capital city, in an event...

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