Weekend Mega Linkfest: 31 Oct,2014

Some off beat reads for the weekend:

The 3 men who rule India (Open)

Frank Bourassa:The world’s top counterfeiter (GQ)

The horror before the ISIS beheadings (NYTimes)

Travelogue:North Sikkim (TeamBHP)

Movie Review:Happy New Year (VigilIdiot)

Deifying Ravana (Sanskriti)

How much income puts you in the 1%? (Atlantic)

Diary of a mobile entrepreneur (Rajeev Chandrashekhar)

Why Bobby Jindal wants to be white (Tehelka)

Why the existence of Pakistan is not in India’s interest (IDR)

A few author stories (GreatBong)

Iran:The revolution is over (Economist)

Before the startup (Paul Graham)

What are the most interesting startups of 2014 (Quora)

The classic 1902 story:The Monkey’s Paw (Slate)

Linkfest:October 31,2014

Some stuff I am reading today morning:

DIIs post best net inflows in 14 months (Mint)

India’s delivery men offer prize investment (FE)

Indian perspective of why to buy Life Insurance (BasuNivesh)

How to make quick gains during company splits (MyInvestmentIdeas)

Averaging In and Averaging Out (A VC)

More thoughts on fad investing (Pragmatic Capitalism)

Words and phrases that should be banned in finance (CommonSense)

Why a strong dollar is an enemy of oil and gold (DailyReckoning)

The individual investors edge (AdvisorPerspectives)

Apple CEO Tim Cook:I’m proud to be gay (BusinessWeek)

Investment Blog for the Indian Markets