Google Analytics

Amazon Contextual Product Ads

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

EDITORIAL 15.06.09

June 15, 2009

Please contact the list owner for subscription and unsubscription at: editorial@samarth.co.in 

Editorial

Month: June 09, Edition: - 000221, collected & managed by: - durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul

THE PIONEER

1.      BJP'S UNSTEADY BOAT

2.      WEST FUELS THE HEAT

3.      LAZY BABUS HOLD UP INDIA'S MARCH-JOGINDER SINGH

4.      BJP MUST GET BACK TO BASICS-DEEPENDRA JHA

5.      LET CHINA BREATHE FIRE -B RAMAN

6.      MARXISTS IN DENIAL- SHIKHA MUKERJEE

7.      IT'S TOO EARLY TO CELEBRATE-SHIVAJI SARKAR

8.      HAD ANNE BEEN ALIVE, SHE WOULD BE 80 THIS JUNE

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

  1. TERMS OF ENGAGEMENT
  2. LEAVE THE JEANS ON
  3. BREAK THE QUOTA ROUTINE - ANDRÉ BÉTEILLE
  4. 'PEOPLE REJECTED THE THIRD FRONT ALTERNATIVE'
  5. NEWS PANDEMIC -JUG SURAIYA
  6. EYE OF THE TIGER-SATISH K SHARMA

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

  1. ALMOST BACK TO BUSINESS OURTAKE
  2. BARACK'S BUGBEAR THEPUNDIT
  3. LIFE ON A METRO - SAMAR HALARNKAR
  4. BJP'S LOSING THE PLOT-PANKAJ VOHRA
  5. FACE THE FACTS OF LIFE INNER VOICE- P.P.WANGCHUK
  6. BJP'S WAR WITHIN HAS JUST BEGUN-VIR SANGHVI

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

  1. AFTER SHOPIAN
  2. THE GATHERING STORM
  3. PRECIOUS MINUTES
  4. NEW BEGINNINGS?-ARUN SHOURIE
  5. PRECARIOUSLY  DEPENDENT
  6. DEFENCE POLICIES
  7. CATCH THE MICE-C. RAJA MOHAN
  8. THE ROAD FORWARD-YOGINDER K. ALAGH
  9. 'BJP CAN'T BE A PARTY OF HINDU RIGHT. THEN IT WILL NOT SUCCEED. BUT IT CAN BE A PARTY OF INDIAN (CENTRE) RIGHT, WHICH IT SHOULD BE'

 

THE FINENICAL EXPRESS

1.      THE MINING RU

2.      PUT AWAY DAS KAPITAL-MEGHNAD DESAI

3.      BOXED IN FISCALLY-INDRANIL PAN

4.      CURIOUSLY SURPRISING TAX-SURABHI

 

THE HINDU

1.      TIME TO MOVE FORWARD

2.      LESSONS FROM MUMBAI

3.      BAMA SHOULD HAVE AN AFPAK DREAM- M.K. BHADRAKUMAR

4.      WHAT ELEPHANTS CAN TEACH HUMANS - JOANNA MOORHEAD

5.      THE ROAD TO JUSTICE IN MUMBAI MIGHT WELL LEAD

6.      FROM SWAT- SIDDHARTH VARADARAJAN

7.      A TRIUMPH FOR RUSSIAN DIPLOMACY - VLADIMIR RADYUHIN

8.      A TORRID WEEK FOR BROWN, STILETTO & ALL -HASAN SUROOR

 

THE ASIAN AGE

1.      IS GROWTH REALLY BACK IN INDIA?

2.      GAMES IN THE BJP: WHAT'S BEHIND SINHA'S GAMBLE-SWAPAN DASGUPTA

3.      BRIC: AXIS OF PROSPERITY-SATISH KUMAR

4.      THE IMPORTANCE OF BRICS, SOUTH AFRICA INCLUDED

5.      PARANJOY GUHA THAKURTA

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      THAT SINKING FEELING

2.      INDIANS ARE COMING

3.      SAY NO TO ROTE

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      FISCAL DISCIPLINE

2.      AGRICULTURE WOES

3.      IS IT A PRO-REFORM MANDATE?-ANUBHAB DUTTA

4.      WATERSHED APPROACH FOR BETTER WATER USE-DR RAMANI KANTA THAKURIA

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      GET ON WITH 3G AUCTION

2.      IKEA DROPS INDIA PLANS

3.      THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT

4.      WITH POLITICS ON HIS SIDE

5.      'EXCESS LIQUIDITY WILL FLOW INTO MARKETS'

6.      DON'T SKIP PANEL SCRUTINY OF BUDGET -MYTHILI BHUSNURMATH

7.      NONE AMONG US IS TRULY COMPLETE -MARGUERITE THEOPHIL

8.      MONEY: WHENCE IT CAME, WHERE IT WENT -JOHN KENNETH GALBRAITH

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      IS GROWTH REALLY BACK IN INDIA?

2.      RIGHT WILL OPPOSE ALL AAM AADMI POLICIES

3.      ARJUN SENGUPTA

4.      WEST ASIA GIVES DECENCY, DEMOCRACY A CHANCE

5.      THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN

6.      GAMES IN THE BJP: WHAT'S BEHIND SINHA'S GAMBLE

7.      SWAPAN DASGUPTA

8.      BRIC: AXIS OF PROSPERITY

9.      SATISH KUMAR

10.  I'M THE WRITER, PRODUCER AND DIRECTOR OF MY LIFE

11.  TISCA CHOPRA

 

THE STATESMAN

1.      IT'S A PANDEMIC

2.      EUROPE TURNS RIGHT

3.      COPS ARE COPS 

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      GREEN TURNS RED         

2.      NOT UP TO A CHALLENGE - S.L. RAO

3.      BLIP ON THE GRAPH -GWYNNE DYER

 

DECCAN HERALD

1.      AUNG SAN SUU KYI SHOULD BE FREED- BERNARD KOUCHNER

2.      MUSHROOMING SHRINES- NAVARATNA LAXMAN

 

The New York Times

1.      NEITHER REAL NOR FREE

2.      MISGUIDED BUDGET CUTS

3.      THE RIGHTS OF DOMESTIC WORKERS

4.      EVEN NOW, THERE'S RISK IN 'DRIVING WHILE BLACK'

5.      BRENT STAPLES

 

International THE NEWS

1.      BANNU – THE PRELUDE?

2.      A TERRIBLE THREAT

3.      THE PLANE AGAIN

 

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      RAISE IN ARMY'S PAY, POLICE LEFT OUT

2.      THE HIDDEN HAND THAT KILLED MUFTI NAEEMI

3.      POVERTY DRIVEN HAVOC IN ZIMBABWE

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      PENDING CASES

2.      FOUR-LANE HIGHWAY

3.      APPLY YOURSELF…!


Editorial concept is presently syndication of all daily-published newspapers editorial at one place.

Editorial from The Pioneer, The Times of India, Hindustan Times, The Indian Express, The Financial Express, The Hindu, The Statesman's, The Tribune, Deccan Chronicle, Deccan Herald, Economic Times, The Telegraph, The Assam Tribune, Pakistan  Observer , The Asian Age,  The News, The New York Times, Dawn and more only on

EDITORIAL.

For more options, visit this group at

http://groups.google.com/group/editorial_samarth?hl=en

 

Project By

SAMARTH

a trust – of the people by the people for the people

An Organisation for Rastriya Abhyudaya

 

(Registered under Registration Act 1908 in Gorakhpur, Regis No – 142- 07/12/2007)

Central Office: Basement, H-136, Shiv Durga Vihar, Lakkarpur, Faridabad – 121009

Cell: - 0091-98683-73759, 0091-93131-03060

Email – samarth@samarth.co.in, central.office@samarth.co.in Registered Office: Rajendra Nagar (East), Near Bhagwati Chowk, achchipur Gorakhnath Road, Gorakhpur – 273 015

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.

Amazon Contextual Product Ads