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Why Amish is special
Fri, Jul 03 2015. 01 56 AM

Why Amish is special

His latest blockbuster, Scion of Ikshvaku, is a gripping thriller, but if you look closely, you will find a philosophical musing on what an ideal society should be like
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Why India’s GDP controversy refuses to die

The new GDP series is riddled with inconsistencies
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Puerto Rico could really use a bankruptcy about now

It might be a good idea if Puerto Rico could restructure its debts in an organized way mediated by a legal tribunal with the power to bind both Puerto Rico and its creditors
The stark inequality within Indian cities
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The stark inequality within Indian cities

Dalits are segregated, and have unequal access to public goods in India’s biggest cities
Greeks, welcome to the Soviet Union of 1991
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Greeks, welcome to the Soviet Union of 1991

No two unhappy countries are exactly alike, and no two economists ever agree, so there are conflicting theories for both economic collapses
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What’s love got to do with it?

The 26 June judgement that legalizes same-sex marriage in the US should be seen as a restoration of rights the state owes its people, not a victory for love or the profundity of marriage
Moral of the Greek story is a lesson for Brussels
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Moral of the Greek story is a lesson for Brussels

Have Greeks worked out their anger, or are they still in altruistic punisher mode? We’ll know next weekend
Europe’s steady slide towards Grexit
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Europe’s steady slide towards Grexit

At the heart of the crisis is the Tsipras govt’s inability to meet challenges
China’s magic tricks can’t save its stock market
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China’s magic tricks can’t save its stock market

Chinese stocks have been plunging even as Beijing has used every trick it knows to support the market
In Greece, it’s not over even when an old lady faints at the ATM
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In Greece, it’s not over even when an old lady faints at the ATM

As many as 500 of the country’s more than 7,000 ATMs ran dry as Greeks lined up to get out as much of their money as they could
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