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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

EDITORIAL 24.06.09

June 24, 2009

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EDITORIAL

Month June 09, Edition 000229, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul

 
THE PIONEER
  1. CPM'S MOMENT OF TRUTH
  2. THE KNIVES ARE OUT
  3. BEING BIG IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH-ASHOK K MEHTA
  4. WIMBLEDON WILL MISS THE ROAR OF VAMOS-RUDRONEEL GHOSH
  5. SNUFFING THE LAMP OF DHARMA-CLAUDE ARPI
  6. US POLICY IS FLAWED-BARRY RUBIN
  7. DON'T PANIC ON CLIMATE CHANGE-INDUR GOKLANY
  8. SAVING BIG CATS IN BIG PROTECTED FORESTS-BALJEET KUMAR

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      KARAT AND STICK

2.      PIRATES AHOY

3.      NEED TO CONNECT-RAMESH THAKUR

4.      'FILMS HAVE NO BOUNDARIES ACROSS THE WORLD'

5.      LET'S DILLI-DALLY-JUG SURAIYA

6.      EXPRESSING GRIEF-ANUBHA YADAV

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

  1. 'WE SHALL OVERCOME'
  2. SEAT BELT SIGNS ARE FLASHING
  3. MEN OVERBOARD, ABANDON SHIP!
  4. MIGHTY DRAGON IN THE SEA

INDIAN EXPRESS

  1. ALL GAS, NO ACTION
  2. BE OUTRAGED
  3. LEVEL PLAYING ROADS-SUBHOMOY BHATTACHARJEE
  4. REVEALED BY LALGARH-MNSABHARWAL
  5. DON'T ABANDON US THIS TIME AROUND
  6. EPIDEMIC SANS FRONTIERES-DABIRUSRIDHARPATNAIK

FINANCIAL EXPRESS

  1. TWO EXCEPTIONS
  2. ROYALTY'S ROYAL MESS
  3. WHO WILL TEACH THE TEACHERS?-MICHAEL WALTON
  4. BONDS BEFORE THE BUDGET-SUNNY VERMA
  5. IT'S NOT JUST ABOUT INFRASTRUCTURE-AKHIL GUPTA

THE HINDU

  1. LOWER-KEY HINDUTVA
  2. A COORDINATED POLICY NEEDED
  3. RUSSIA: FIGHTING HISTORICAL LIES-VLADIMIR RADYUHIN
  4. NO MORE DOUBLE GAMES -HAMID MIR
  5. IN CHINA, INTERNET TESTS LIMITS OF JUDICIAL SYSTEM -ANANTH KRISHNAN
  6. RECORD HARASSMENT PAYOUT

THE ASIAN AGE

  1. TO FIGHT MAOISTS, LOOK BEYOND BAN
  2. INDIA, BANGLADESH MUST JOIN HANDS TO ROOT OUT PAK TERROR-ANIL BHAT

THE TRIBUNE

  1. BANNING MAOISTS
  2. ONE MORE ATTACK
  3. CPM ADMITS MISTAKES
  4. POWER CRISIS IN PUNJAB-BY RANJIT SINGH GHUMAN
  5. SARKOZY'S LOUIS XIV MOMENT-BY JOHN LICHFIELD
  6. THE TRAGIC FACE OF IRAN'S UPRISING-BY PETER POPHAM

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

  1. NEGATIVE INFLATION
  2. LANDSLIDE DEATHS
  3. POST-POLL SCENARIO AND BJP'S DEBACLE-DR GOVINDA BALLAV GOSWAMI
  4. INDIA'S SECURITY THREAT: GEO-POLITICAL DIMENSIONS-DR NALINI KANTA DUTTA

ECONOMIC TIMES

  1. INCLUSIVE ABSURDITIES
  2. TURBULENCE FOR AIR INDIA
  3. GROWTH REVIVAL IMMINENT
  4. HIGHER CAPITAL REQUIREMENT MAY HIT GROWTH-GEORGE SMITH ALEXANDER & BODHISATVA GANGULI, ET BUREAU

DECCON CHRONICAL

1.      BJP: DISSENT WITHIN, LEADERSHIP AMISS -BY BY GOVIND TALWALKAR

2.      STORIES OF LIFE AND DEATH IN TEHRAN -BY BY ROGER COHEN

3.      TO FIGHT MAOISTS, LOOK BEYOND BAN-BY BY OUR CORRESPONDENT

4.      THE BUSH ERA CONTINUES -BY BY BOB HERBERT

5.      AN INQUIRY INTO A ROYAL MESS -BY BY KAMRAN SHAFI

6.      INDIA, BANGLADESH MUST JOIN HANDS TO ROOT OUT PAK TERROR -BY BY ANIL BHAT

 

THE STATESMAN

  1. DIAL M FOR...
  2. APPRAISAL IN MP 
  3. AMAZON'S TIANANMEN' 

THE TELEGRAPH

  1. BAND OF TERROR
  2. TALK TIME
  3. WATCH IT COME DOWN

DECCAN HERALD

  1. KEY ISSUES, WORLD ECONOMIC MEET-BY MARTIN KHOR, IPS
  2. AN ODE TO HALF SAREE-BY D K HAVANOOR

THE NEWYORK TIMES

  1. REAL CONSUMER PROTECTION
  2. GRADUATION DREAMS
  3. RAPE IN PRISON
  4. PAYCHECK FAIRNESS

INTENATIONAL THE NEWS

  1. ANOTHER MURDER
  2. STRAINED HOSTS?
  3. RESCUERS ON THE RAMPAGE

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

  1. MR PRIME MINISTER! TAKE THE NATION FORWARD
  2. WILD FIRING ON VICTORY IN T-20
  3. MAULANA' SARKOZY ON HIJAB

THE INDEPENDENT

  1. IMPROVING RAILWAY
  2. SHRIMP CULTURE
  3. TIGHTENING ONE'S BELT...!

DAWN

1.      WAZIRISTAN UNCERTAINTY

2.      CONFLICT IN BALOCHISTAN

3.      AJK: A GENEROUS BUDGET

4.      IS SPEEDY JUSTICE POSSIBLE?-BY ABDUL KHALIQUE SHAIKH

5.      MOMENTUM FOR CHANGE IN IRAN-BY MAHIR ALI


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