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EDITORIAL 18.06.09

June 17, 2009

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Month: June 09, Edition: - 000224, collected & managed by: - durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul

 

THE PIONEER

1.      DESCENT INTO ANARCHY

2.      SOMETHING'S WRONG

3.      WRONG STRATEGY TO FIGHT POVERTY-GAUTAM MUKHERJEE

4.      MISOGYNISTS OPPOSE WOMEN'S QUOTA BILL-TRINA JOSHI

5.      BACK TO VIOLENT POLITICS-SHIKHA MUKERJEE

6.      MOTHER OF ALL SCAMS- PRAFULL GORADIA

7.      SAVING ZIMBABWE'S ECONOMY

8.      JIHADIS ABDUCT, RAPE YOUNG GIRLS IN JAMMU- DEEPIKA THUSSOO

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      AT A CROSSROADS

2.      FREE FALLING

3.      WHY TALK TO PAKISTAN?

4.      'IPL COULD BECOME INDIA'S GLOBAL SPORTS BRAND'

5.      DON'T BUY RACISM

6.      NO COUNTRY FOR WOMEN

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      HRD MINISTRY'S LEARNING CURVE

2.      HAD IN HAVANA

3.      GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER

4.      TONGUE IN CHECK

5.      BIRDS OF A FEATHER

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      BATTLE FOR LALGARH

2.      PLANS OF ACTION

3.      TEXT FROM THE TEHRAN STREET-RAMIN JAHANBEGLOO

4.      CHANGE THE PDS, DON'T SAVE IT-MILIND MURUGKAR

5.      LESSONS ON CORPORATE GENDER REPRESENTATION

6.      TURNING OVER THE KEYS TO CITIZENS-MARTIN DEMELLO

7.      YOU ARE WHAT GOOGLE THINKS YOU ARE-SARITHA RAI

8.      SEEING RED

 

THE FINENICAL EXPRESS

1.      NOT BY RULES OR RULINGS

2.      GO WITH THE FLOW

3.      DEFICIT NEED NOT BE SUCH A WORRY-MAHESH VYAS

4.      FARMING DIVIDENDS-YOGINDER K ALAGH

5.      RESERVED PRICE?-RISHI RAJ

 

THE HINDU

1.      IRAN ON THE BOIL

2.      COMPETING FAIRLY

3.      KASHMIR'S RISING TIDE OF HATE - PRAVEEN SWAMI

4.      ARE ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINES TAMPER-PROOF?- SUBRAMANIAN SWAMY

5.      GOOD LEADERSHIP REQUIRES PATIENCE - DOUGLAS HURD

6.      WAITING TO GO HOME - ANTÓNIO GUTERRES

7.      IRAN PROTESTERS SPEAK OUT

8.      SAEED KAMALI DEHGHAN

 

THE ASIAN AGE

1.      PAK TERROR ROLE: HAS ANYTHING CHANGED?

2.      LISTEN TO MARCHING TRIBALS, THEIR STORIES OF GREEN INDIA-SHIV VISVANATHAN

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      MAYAWATI AGAIN

2.      VIGIL IN THE NORTHEAST

3.      IMPEACH JUSTICE SEN

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      DONER AND NE

2.      WATER SHORTAGE

3.      SWINE FLU DEATH

4.      STATUS OF WOMEN IN ASSAM-FATIMA TOHSIN SAHIDULLAH

5.      DEMOCRACY IN INDIA-SUREN RAM PHOOKUN

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.     GAS PRICING CONUNDRUM

2.     OPEN UP COAL MINING

3.     KNOCKED OUT OF WORLD T20

4.     GIVE A BOOST TO REVERSE MIGRATION

5.     SCARED SILLY ABOUT GLOBAL WARMING -BJØRN LOMBORG

6.     SMALL CHANGES LEAD TO TRANSFORMATIONS-VITHAL C NADKARNI

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      PAK TERROR ROLE: HAS ANYTHING CHANGED?

2.      GIVE REAL WORK TO MINISTERS OF STATE -P.C. ALEXANDER

3.      TIME FOR A PEOPLE'S COUP AGAINST PAK ARMY -KAMRAN SHAFI

4.      LISTEN TO MARCHING TRIBALS, THEIR STORIES OF GREEN INDIA -SHIV VISVANATHAN

5.      FINDING FACTS IN FICTION

6.      COLUM MCCANN

7.      GAME THEORY AND TERROR -LAWRENCE M. WEIN

8.      GOD EXISTS IF YOU BELIEVE IN HIM -NIKHIL SIDHARTHA

 

THE STATESMAN

1.      EXTREME EMOTIONS

2.      THIS MUST STOP

3.      HAPPILY EVER AFTER

 

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      WITHERED STATE

2.      COOKIE CRUMBLES

3.      STILL WEAK IN VICTORY - KANWAL SIBAL

 

DECCAN HERALD

1.     BRITAIN OPTS FOR SOLAR ENERGY

2.     STAY STILL, IT SITS LIKE HAPPINESS- MAYA JAYAPAL

 

THE NEYORK TIMES

1.      A CITY BUDGET SHORT ON DISTRESS

2.      NORTH KOREA'S THREATS

3.      MALPRACTICE AND HEALTH CARE REFORM

4.      PILOTS AND FATIGUE

 

INTERNATIONAL THE NEWS

1.     TROUBLE IN TEHRAN

2.     SINDH'S DEVELOPMENT

3.      THE 'GREY' PRISONER

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      TERRORISM: PAKISTAN SEEKS WORLD'S HELP

2.      WELFARE ORIENTED SINDH BUDGET

3.     WORDS OF ADVICE BY SBP GOVERNOR

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      COUNTERING JOB LOSSES

2.      LAKE GRABBERS

3.      IT'S NOT DHONI'S FAULT…!

 


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