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EDITORIAL 16.06.09

June 16, 2009

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Month: June 09, Edition: - 000222, collected & managed by: - durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul


THE PIONEER

1.      REFORMISTS UP IN ARMS

2.      CANCER OF CHILD LABOUR

3.      CONGRESS HELPED BY VOTE SPLITTERS-A SURYA PRAKASH

4.      VALLEY BURNS ONCE AGAIN-SUSHIL VAKIL

5.      BLAME GAME ON INDUS-D SUBA CHANDRAN

6.      ISRAEL SPELLS OUT NEW POLICY-BARRY RUBIN

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      WORK TO BE DONE

2.      UNDER A CLOUD

3.      THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX-BINA AGARWAL

4.      'AIRLINE CEOS TOLD NOT TO COMPROMISE ON SAFETY'

5.      USE 'EM OR LOSE 'EM-GOPINATH MAVINKURVE

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      IRAN'S MOMENT OF RECKONING

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      HEALTHY VOLATILITY

2.      RS 5 CRORE QUESTIONS

3.      BIBI'S OFFER

4.      CENTURY OF FORGETTING-PRATAP BHANU MEHTA

5.      SAY IT OUT (FAIRLY) LOUD-SAGNIK DUTTA

6.      THE CAVE ART OF OUR TIMES-SHAILAJA BAJPAI

7.      HEALTHCARE'S GRAND REFORMATION-DEVI SHETTY

 

THE FINENICAL EXPRESS

1.      A VERY INDIAN QUESTION

2.      POST OFFICE FINANCE

3.      INCLUSIVE GROWTH, VIA PROFIT MOTIVE-PAUL KATTUMAN

4.      NON-MARKET FINANCE-SAIKAT NEOGI

5.      WET AND WATCH-SANJEEB MUKHERJEE

 

THE HINDU

1.      BJP'S DEEPENING CRISIS

2.      WEAK CAPITAL MARKET STRUCTURES

3.      SRI LANKA: TASK OF LIVELIHOOD REHABILITATION

4.      RUSSIA, THE WORLD'S CRITICAL 'SWING' STATE

5.      MEDIA: JOURNALISTS AND THE RIGHT TO SILENCE- PETER   PRESTON

 

THE ASIAN AGE

1.      MEETING OF MINDS AT YEKATERINBURG

2.      LAW AND LIBERTY IN THE TIME OF H1N1 FLU SCARE- PATRALEKHA CHATTERJEE

3.      IS RECESSION REALLY OVER?-JAYATI GHOSH

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      NO CHANGERS WIN

2.      SWINE FLU IS SPREADING

3.      THE BAT AND THE BALL

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      NEED FOR CAUTION

2.      INDIA'S DEFEAT

3.      RACISM IN KANGAROO LAND

4.      SAIKH MD SABAH AL-AHMED

5.      ROLE OF GRAMEEN BANK IN ECONOMY-NAMITA DEVI

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      ADMINISTERED SAVINGS RATE

2.      BJP IN DISARRAY

3.      JUST KOOGLE IT

4.      PRANAB COULD BE LUCKY

5.      WHY FINANCE MANDARINS ARE SPOT ON -JAIDEEP MISHRA

6.      CLUELESS IN KASHMIR

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      MEETING OF MINDS AT YEKATERINBURG

2.      WHEN DISASTERS STRIKE, CALL MILITARY QUICKLY SHANKAR ROYCHOWDHURY

3.      CAUGHT IN A LIQUIDITY TRAP? STAY THE COURSE -PAUL KRUGMAN

4.      'GREEN WAVE' TURNED BLACK-ROGER COHEN

5.      LAW AND LIBERTY IN THE TIME OF H1N1 FLU SCARE -PATRALEKHA CHATTERJEE

6.      IS RECESSION REALLY OVER? -JAYATI GHOSH

 

THE STATESMAN

1.      BACK TO THE WALL

2.      CONTROVERSIAL WINNER

3.     MUCH EXPECTATION


THE TELEGRAPH

1.      UPS AND DOWNS

2.      OMINOUS SIGNALS

3.      WHAT PAKISTANIS THINK -ASHOK V. DESAI

4.      GETTYSBURG, CAIRO AND BEYOND

5.      ELOQUENT COMMUNITIES

 

 

DECCAN HERALD

1.      US STRUGGLING TO COPE WITH N KOREA- MARK LANDLER

 

 

THE NEYORK TIMES

2.      A BAD CALL ON GAY RIGHTS

3.      CLIMATE TRAP

4.      THE PUBLISHING JUDGE

5.      MAYORAL CONTROL AND THE SCHOOLS

 

INTERNATIONAL THE NEWS

1.      THE BAITULLAH MISSION

2.      RIDING THE BUS

3.     LATE BY YEARS


PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      PLEASE LEARN TO LIVE WITHOUT CLUTCHES

2.      AMBASSADOR REBUTS THE FM

3.      CULTURE OF ENCROACHMENTS AND TRESPASSINGS

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      TEACHER DEFICIT

2.      MITIGATING MONGA

3.      NEW POLICE CHIEF…!

 


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