What’s Worth Reading | Shreyas Recommends – (Week 42: Apr 14 – Apr 21 )
Shreyas Panse shares his list 42nd list of the best content curated from across the web. This week’s stories on the BRICS bubble ex-India, the maths question in Singapore that took over the world, importance of bankers for dictators, Akbar’s influence on the Bengali calendar and much more.
- India is the worldwide leader in remittances
- BRICS bubble is bursting. India is an exception though
- Lifecycle and cost of banknotes in India
- Being anti-business means, “against short-term waste, harmful side effects and selfish shortcuts”
- Maths question for 14-year old Singaporeans. This further highlights Lee Kuan’s insistence on investment in Education
- Scaling the Mount Everest, visualised
- Bhutan’s secret to happiness: embrace one’s death
- Beer goggles are actually real thing. But only as long as you and the person you are hitting on have only two pints and not six!
- Cows suck up more water than almonds
- Behind every dictator, there is a banker
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Shreyas is a Delhi-based Consultant working with PricewaterhouseCoopers. He blogs at shreyasp.wordpress.com. He is an alumnus of IIM Indore. Follow him on InsideIIM at shreyasp.insideiim.com