Weekend Links 13th February 2015

It seems such a long time ago since I’ve done one of these weekend links posts. I have not been reading enough to come up with seven good links, and I wish I could say I was busy, but it was actually a case of lethargy. Cricket and the Delhi elections were exciting enough for me to go through several articles this week, and although I wasn’t thinking of it at that time, it did make me read other things, and ultimately help write the weekend links post after a long while.

The first post this week is a nice editorial in Business Standard about the reasons behind the AAP victory.  

Along the same lines, the next article writes about how Arvind Keriwal’s cabinet is likely to be one of the youngest cabinets in India with an average age of 37.

That’s it for politics, now on to something completely different, which is how the brain physically looks like when you’re in love; very interesting.

Another opinion piece on the economic optimism and frustration of India.

Sachin Tendulkar writes about the world cup.

On Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Nice to see this appear in a Pakistan newspaper.

Finally, If symptoms of being sick (mucous, sore throat, fatigue) are immune system responses, what does the cold virus actually do?

Enjoy your weekend!

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