Daily Reading List- Important Reads of the Day, 22nd November 2017


In the present competitive scenario English plays a very important role in our day to day life. So here we are presenting you a list of 6 different article from three different sources. when you read a book, you use your brain very actively because reading is a very active process.

Why you should use the ‘Daily Reads’ Section

1.Help you develop a habit of thinking in English
2.Helps you learn new vocabulary
3.Builds your skill
4.Improves memory
5.Improves writing skills

Daily Reading List- Important Reads of the Day

Reading Suggestion 1
Article Name: A fine balance — On the National Anti-profiteering Authority
Source: The Hindu
Category: Editorial
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Reading Suggestion 2
Article Name: Falling apart — On Germany political crisis
Source: The Hindu
Category: Editorial
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Reading Suggestion 3
Article Name: Over the moon with Chhillar, Haryana is rock-bottom on gender, literacy
Source: Indian Express
Category: Opinion

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Reading Suggestion 4
Article Name: Thank you for not driving: Climate change requires anti-smoking tactics
Source: The Economist
Category: down to earth

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Reading Suggestion 5
Article Name: Surfing for Science: Ocean Enthusiasts Could Help Gauge Coastal Warming
Source: Scientific American
Category: CLIMATE

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Reading Suggestion 6
Article Name: India’s journey from Fragile Five to favoured investment destination
Source: liveMint
Category: Industry


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