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Friday, June 26, 2009

EDITORIAL 26.06.09

June 26, 2009

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Month June 09, Edition 000231, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul


 

THE PIONEER

1.      PREPARE FOR THE WORST

2.      IRAN CONTINUES TO SIMMER

3.      CONGRESS BURIES 26/11 TRUTH-BALBIR PUNJ

4.      FARM MUSK FOR JAGANNATH-AASTHA SHUKLA

5.      SAME STORY ALL OVER AGAIN-SATISH CHANDRA

6.      WHAT AFTER THE BAN ON MAOISTS?-KALYANI SHANKAR

7.      MOUSAVI, REFORMIST REBEL TO ACCIDENTAL HERO-WRITES BRIAN MURPHY IN CAIRO

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      WAITING FOR RAIN

2.      A CURIOUS CASE

3.      SKY'S THE LIMIT-G R GOPINATH

4.      'MALNUTRITION CAN BE REDUCED DRAMATICALLY IN TWO YEARS'

5.      RAINCOATS & TURNCOATS-BACHI KARKARIA

6.      HOUSE RULES -K V KRISHNAN

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      NOT SELF-RIGHTEOUS

2.      RUNNING ON EMPTY

3.      HOPPING ABOUT IN DENIAL-PADMANABHAN IYER

4.      BLACK & WHITE TV-RAJDEEP SARDESAI,

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      THE NEW WAY

2.      EXAM'S CANCELLED?

3.      PROJECT STILWELL

4.      MONSOON MATTERS-MIHIR S SHARMA

5.      RUINED BY OPTIONS-AVNITA BIR

6.      REMEMBERING EMERGENCY, 34 YEARS ON-INDER MALHOTRA

7.      PIECES OF THE PERSIAN PUZZLE-RAMIN JAHANBEGLOO

 

THE FINENICAL EXPRESS

1.      POOR MONSOON?

2.      INFY TO INDIA

3.      THE FREE FERTILISER SOLUTION-ILA PATNAIK

4.      DOT'S TREATISE-JAYA JUMRANI

5.      SHORING UP-MG ARUN

 

THE HINDU

1.      MONSOON PROSPECTS

2.      A CALL FOR GLOBAL ACTION

3.      SEARCHING FOR WATER ON THE MOON -N. GOPAL RAJ

4.      A WRITER AS THE CONSCIENCE OF AFRICA-MARY T. DAVID

5.      WHERE A TOXIC SITE ALSO PROVIDES LIVELIHOOD -SIMON ROMERO

6.      ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK OFFICIAL CLARIFIES

7.      IMPORTANCE OF A WOMAN'S NAME -MICHELE HANSON

8.      REBUILDING OF BUDDHA STATUE BEGINS IN BAMIYAN

 

THE ASIAN AGE

1.      SIBAL REVOLUTION IN INDIAN EDUCATION

2.      EMERGENCY: THE MYSTERY OF THE MISSING OPPOSITION-JAGMOHAN

3.      CURLED UP, WITH A BOOK-SHEKHAR BHATIA

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      BOOSTING HIGHER EDUCATION

2.      SARABJIT IS INNOCENT

3.      CHANGE IN THE HILLS

4.      LALGARH WAITS FOR A WAR AGAINST HUNGER-BY UTTAM SENGUPTA

5.      TRACKING KIDS WHO JUST VANISH -BY JOE BURRIS

6.      RECOVERY WON'T BE EASY -BY HAMISH MCRAE

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      POWER CRISIS

2.      STATE FOOD SCARCITY

3.      WILL PAKISTAN DELIVER NOW?-SHIBDAS BHATTACHARJEE

4.      DRUGS AND THE NORTH EAST-ACHYUT PRASAD SARMA

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      FINANCE MINISTER HAS HIS TASK CUT OUT-BHASKAR DUTTA

2.      THE POINT ABOUT COMPREHENSIONSSS -MUKUL SHARMA

3.      A ROBUST SECURITY RESPONSE IS NECESSARY-MANISH TEWARI

4.      CAN BAN ON MAOISTS HELP POLITICALLY?-D BHATTACHARYA

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      SIBAL REVOLUTION IN INDIAN EDUCATION

2.      IRAN PROTESTERS SEEK SOME POLITICAL SPACE -BY BY SRINATH RAGHAVAN

3.      STOP GUZZLING OIL, GIVE FREEDOM A FAIR CHANCE -BY BY RAMESH PONNURU

4.      EMERGENCY: THE MYSTERY OF THE MISSING OPPOSITION -BY BY JAGMOHAN

5.      NO MILITARY ALLIANCES -BY BY ARUN KUMAR SINGH

6.      A COOKIE AND THE BRAIN -BY BY TARA PARKER POPE

7.      ON PERSONAL MASTERY -BY BY ROBIN SHARMA

 

THE STATESMAN

1.      A FAILED STRATEGIST

2.      THE SICK HOSPITAL...

3.      NO END TO MISERY

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      GUNS AND RICE

2.      EQUAL REACTION

3.      CRY FOR FREEDOM -SWAPAN DASGUPTA

4.      A MESSAGE FROM THE PEOPLE -BONA FIDE - MALVIKA SINGH

 

DECCAN HERALD

1.      WIMBLEDON BETTING RAISES EYEBROWS

2.      BY JOE DRAPE: NYT

3.      SNORE GALORE-BY H S DHARMENDRA

 

THE NEYORK TIMES

1.      THE HOUSE AND GLOBAL WARMING

2.      WELCOME TO TOURISM -BY ELIZABETH BECKER

3.      FIXING THE ODDS -BY MINXIN PEI AND ALI WYNE

 

THE NEWS

1.      THE ENEMY WITHIN?

2.      TOO MANY PILOTS

3.      SC VERDICT ON SARABJIT

 

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      SIMMERING BALOCHISTAN

2.      CJ'S VERY PERTINENT REMARKS

3.      AN INSULT TO TOURISM

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      STRENGTHENING TCB

2.      LOSS TO HEALTH SECTOR

3.      SOME POLITICAL HUMOUR...!

 

THE DAWN

1.      A DIFFICULT ROAD AHEAD

2.      ON DEATH ROW

3.      MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE

4.      WHAT ARE WE UP AGAINST?- BY AYESHA SIDDIQA

5.      GROPING IN THE DARK- BY CYRIL ALMEIDA

6.      STORM IN A TEACUP- BY KULDIP NAYAR

 

CHINA DAILY

1.      MILITARY MANEUVERS

2.      REFORM ON THE ROAD

3.      TWO-STATE GOAL LONG WAY OFF

4.      WHY DOESN'T THE MEDIA LEAVE IRAN ALONE

JAPAN TIMES

1.      TRUTH BEHIND FALSE CHARGE

2.      GUIDELINES ON FISCAL 2010 BUDGET

3.      EU CYCLONE BELTS THE LEFT-BY GLYN FORD

 

THE AUSTRALIAN

1.      BOTTOM-UP IDEAS BEAT TOP-DOWN SOLUTIONS

2.      PROTECTING INVESTORS

3.      MAROONS GO FOURTH

 

THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

1.      SHUTTERS SLAM ON THE CLASSROOM

2.      IT'S A PRIVILEGE TO WATCH THIS AFFAIR-RICHARD ACKLAND

3.      HE'S THE BOSS, SO PUT THAT IN YOUR PIPE AND SMOKE IT-MAUREEN DOWD

 

THE GAZETTE

1.      IT'S SOMETIMES HARD TO BELIEVE OUR GOOD LUCK

2.      TERROR LIST BETRAYS IDEALS OF THE UN

 

THE GUARDIAN

1.      CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: THE BOSS CLASS

2.      IN PRAISE OF ... LIVE RELAYS

3.      CLIMATE CHANGE: THE WORLD LOOKS TO WASHINGTON

4.      OBAMA MUST CALL OFF THIS FOLLY BEFORE AFGHANISTAN BECOMES HIS VIETNAM-SIMON JENKINS

5.      AN INVITATION TO REOFFEND-LIBBY BROOKS

6.      OUR LOST GAY RADICALISM-PETER TATCHELL

7.      CYBER ARMIES ARE GEARING UP IN THE COLD WAR OF THE WEB-MISHA GLENNY

8.      WANTED: MP WITHOUT AMBITION FOR JOB WITH LITTLE STATUS AND VIRTUALLY NO PROFILE. SIGN UP HERE-HUGH MUIR


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