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Monday, June 27, 2016

Interesting readings

Great institutions, not great men by Ajay Shah in The Business Standard, 27 June.

Across the aisle- Economic reforms: Act I, Scene I by P Chidambaram in The Indian Express, 26 June.

A Brexit conspiracy theory nails the no-win situation Boris Johnson now finds himself in by Indrani Sen in Quartz, 25 June.

As stray elephant dies soon after capture, lessons from the Anamalais in containing animal conflict by Anand Kumar in Scroll, 23 June.

India sets new record in space mission; PSLV C34 successfully injects 20 satellites into orbit by U Tejonmayam in The Times of India, 22 June.

In Berlin, Unraveling a Family Mystery by Ralph Blumenthal in The New York Times, 22 June.

How to smear your enemies and silence your critics, Chinese Communist Party style by Ilaria Maria Sala and Heather Timmons in Quartz, 22 June.

Prof who criticised Modi, Irani jailed over Lord Rama comments by Cynthia Stephen in The Hindustan Times, 21 June.

Why Uber Keeps Raising Billions by Andrew Ross Sorkin in The New York Times, 20 June.

Focus on how to man institutions by Somasekhar Sundaresan in The Business Standard, 20 June.

How Raghuram Rajan won over the union workers at RBI by Joel Rebello in The Economic Times, 20 June.

How American Politics Went Insane by Jonathan Rauch in The The Atlantic, July-August 2016.

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