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Saturday, June 27, 2009

EDITORIAL 27.06.09

June 27, 2009

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THE PIONEER

  1. EDUCATING INDIA
  2. IDENTITY CARDS FOR CITIZENS
  3. BUSH WAS RIGHT AFTER ALL-ASHOK MALIK
  4. WHEN EXCESS IS NOT GOOD-ACHARYA MAHAPRAJNA
  5. A DYNAMIC FUTURE FOR POLITICS-TAVISHI SRIVASTAVA
  6. EMPOWER, DON'T DIVIDE WOMEN-JAYA JAITLY
  7. QUOTA WITHIN QUOTA CAN'T BE DENIED-SHADAB FATIMA

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

  1. TAKE BACK THE WORLD
  2. LORD'S & MASTER-BORIA MAJUMDAR
  3. WELCOME TRAIN OF THOUGHT
  4. NO LIGHT AT TUNNEL'S END-RUPA SENGUPTA
  5. BEAUTIFUL MOMENTS: WHAT A THRILL-PRABHU DEVA

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

  1. WRITING A NEW CHAPTER IN EDUCATION
  2. IN MY SPACE-BARKHA DUTT
  3. SET THE REINVENTED WHEELS IN MOTION

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

  1. GOOD, BAD REVENUE
  2. MORE THAN NUMBERS
  3. AGE OF JACKSON
  4. WHO ATE HIS HOMEWORK?-PRATAP BHANU MEHTA
  5. MJ-MITHUN CHAKRABORTY
  6. STATISTICS OVER STORIES-ROHITKUMARSINGH
  7. ANCHORS AND FOUR CURIOUS CASES-SAUBHIK CHAKRABARTI
  8. CRICKET EUPHORIA-RUCHIKA TALWAR

 

THE FINENICAL EXPRESS

  1. MORE CHOICE, MINISTER
  2. KNOW YOUR CREDIT HISTORY
  3. IMAGINING INDIA TO IMAGING INDIA-BIBEK DEBROY
  4. MAN WHO CHANGED THE MUSIC BUSINESS-DHIRAJ NAYYAR
  5. 'TOP PROFS MUST GET 4 TIMES REGULAR SALARY'-KAUSHIK BASU

 

THE HINDU

  1. POP'S MOST SPECTACULAR ACT
  2. CHINA'S PUSH FOR HEALTH
  3. MISAPPLYING R2P IN SRI LANKA -JORGE HEINE
  4. THE GREATEST ENTERTAINER OF HIS AGE -RICHARD WILLIAMS
  5. MANY LENSES: HOW THE OUTSIDE WORLD SAW THE IRANIAN PROTESTS -JOHN ASHBOURNE
  6. BAR CODE: A SYSTEM THAT CHANGED RETAILING -GERRY C. SHIH
  7. 2 NEW NATURAL WONDERS PUT ON WORLD HERITAGE LIST

 

THE ASIAN AGE

  1. NILEKANI'S KEY UID CHALLENGE: SECURITY
  2. NEED POLL REFORMS THAT SIFT THE CHAFF, PICK RIGHT MPS-INDER MALHOTRA
  3. AN UNCOMMON MAN-KISHWAR DESAI

 

THE TRIBUNE

  1. DE-STRESSING EDUCATION
  2. STATUES OF ARROGANCE
  3. A DATABASE OF INDIANS
  4. DEEMED VARSITY STATUS -BY OM PARKASH WADHWA
  5. POP STAR WHO BRIDGED ERAS -BY GEOFF BOUCHER
  6. INSIDE PAKISTAN-BY SYED NOORUZZAMAN

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

  1. MILITANTS' MOVE
  2. DIRE PREDICTION
  3. THE ASSAMESE DIASPORA-ARUP KUMAR DUTTA
  4. TRIADIC GAMES OF THE VAISHNAVITE GOD- PRABODH CHANDRA SHARMA

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

  1. YET ANOTHER ID FOR CITIZENS
  2. SPEED UP CUSTOMS REFORM
  3. MONSOON GOES AWOL
  4. WHERE ARE THE GLOBAL PROBLEM SOLVERS?-JEFFREY D SACHS

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

  1. NILEKANI'S KEY UID CHALLENGE: SECURITY -BY BY OUR CORRESPONDENT
  2. THERE ARE MORE VOTES THAN VOTERS IN IRAN-BY BY FARRUKH DHONDY
  3. THERE ARE MORE VOTES THAN VOTERS IN IRAN -BY BY FARRUKH DHONDY
  4. SUPERSTAR BOY -BY BY JON PARELES
  5. NEED POLL REFORMS THAT SIFT THE CHAFF, PICK RIGHT MPS -BY BY INDER MALHOTRA
  6. AN UNCOMMON MAN -BY BY KISHWAR DESAI
  7. EVALUATE POTENTIAL -BY BY PROF. D.N. REDDY

 

 

THE STATESMAN

  1. EXISTENTIAL CRISIS
  2. DOON VALLEY
  3. IRAQI VS IRAQI

 

THE TELEGRAPH

  1. MOMENT OF CHANGE
  2. MISSION NOT IMPOSSIBLE -SUNANDA K. DATTA-RAY
  3. WHY BJP IS IN THE DOLDRUMS-BY KHUSHWANT SINGH
  4. MSD, WE LOVE YOU-BY HEMA RAVICHANDAR

 

THE NEYORK TIMES

  1. A WAY FORWARD ON IMMIGRATION
  2. DON'T MOON OVER BURMA
  3. BY MARIE DOEZEMA

 

THE NEWS

  1. PAT ON THE BACK
  2. DYING STARS
  3. EXPANDING WAR

 

THE INDEPENDENT

  1. RIVERS: BACK TO LIFE
  2. ENERGY-SAVING BULBS
  3. BOB'S BANTER -ROBERT CLEMENTS

 

THE DAWN

  1. OUTCRY OVER WATER
  2. CONTROLLED INFORMATION
  3. POWER PROTESTS
  4. IS LOC TRADE COLLAPSING?- BY A.G. NOORANI
  5. RIDING THE TIGER IN TEHRAN-BY IRFAN HUSAIN
  6. AFGHANISTAN: OBAMA'S VIETNAM?-BY SIMON JENKINS
  7. BJP'S SUMMER OF DISCONTENT-BY HAIDER NIZAMANI

 

JAPAN TIMES

  1. REFORMATORY VIOLENCE
  2. JAPAN POST FACES THE MUSIC
  3. ASIA AND THE CLIMATE CRISIS-BY HARUHIKO KURODA

 

THE AUSTRALIAN

  1. A POLITICAL BRAWL WITHOUT A WINNER
  2. AN UNEASY KING OF POP

 

SYDENY MORNING HERALD

  1. LESSONS FROM A STORM IN THE TRAY OF A UTE
  2. A LIFE OF PUBLIC TALENT AND PRIVATE FOLLY

 

THE GUARDIAN

  1. POLITICAL SCANDALS: THEY'RE ALL AT IT
  2. MICHAEL JACKSON: THE DAY THE MOONWALK DIED
  3. IN PRAISE OF ... BRUCE KENT     
  4. AS JACKO FOUND, FAME MEANS TRUSTING ONLY CATS AND CHIMPS-HADLEY FREEMAN

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