Weekend Mega Linkfest: 28 September, 2018

Some off beat reads for the weekend:

The London Banker who broke the world (Guardian)

On the Aadhar verdict (Jaggi)

Sexual assault by Nana Patekar (Tanushree Dutta)

How Russia swinged the election for Trump (New Yorker)

How Aung San Suu Kyi lost her way (Atlantic)

Ukraine: Peace via assassinations (ATimes)

Dying alone in Japan (SCMP)

The Cartel next door (Texas Monthly)

Travelogue: Quebec (Team BHP)

The mysterious death of Lal Bahadur Shastri (Anuj Dhar)

Why is Mr. Mathrubootham hungry? (J Mathrubootham)

How Pachisi became Ludo (Madras Courier)

3 Pakistani Startups (Dawn)

Mumbai Notebook (Anil Dharker)

East India Company: Founders of Bombay (Mint)

One reply on “Weekend Mega Linkfest: 28 September, 2018”

Was stunned when I read the article on Dying Alone in Japan. Whilst I had heard of the problem, I had no idea that the scale is so huge that an industry has sprung around it.

Thanks for sharing.

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