Author: Shreyas Panse

What’s Worth Reading | Shreyas Recommends – (Week 55: Oct 2nd – Oct 9th)

Here’s me overcompensating for 3-week absence, and making yet another, not-at-all convincing promise that I’d more regular with these posts in the future:   India   Tamil Nadu has been successfully running a Make in India model for about twenty years Money into the sea: Mumbai’s coastal road is expensive and bad urban planning Watch:

What’s Worth Reading | Shreyas Recommends – (Week 53: Sept 2nd – Sept 9th)

Apologies for the brief hiatus, which has unfortunately become a feature of this column. I can promise I would avoid another break, but who am I kidding! This week’s post is somewhat shorter; hope we can ramp up to usual service next week.   Health, and especially children’s health, is largely neglected in India Patels protests prognosis

What’s Worth Reading | Shreyas Recommends – (Week 51: July 14 – July 21)

Delhi Metro is oddly liberating in its confines. Singapore, meanwhile, has a “Commuter Graciousness Index“. Brilliant concept. India, through the lens of Google’s Deep Dream engine Who still buys iPods?! BCCI: a multimillion dollar embarrassment to cricket A 25-year old man has flown 400,000 miles for free in his life, but he only visits the airports

What’s Worth Reading | Shreyas Recommends – (Week 56: Oct 16th – Oct 23rd)

Another week’s gap. Another collection a little too large to digest.   India   How about we just cut up the big states? We’d get better governance at least Farmer suicides: depression is bigger reason than debt Profiling the thieves of India. Dacoities have come down significantly. Wonder what happened to the “Chaddi and Banyan Gang”

What’s Worth Reading | Shreyas Recommends – (Week 54: Sept 10th – Sept 17th)

Shreyas Panse’s 54th edition on the best reading material on the internet looks at kids of IIT/IIM grads, Osama Bin Laden’s stock market connection, Bollywood’s gender issues and much more   Disabled population are grossly underestimated in India, showing a disappointing social behaviour Osama bin Laden made the most successful stock market speculation till date