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EDITORIAL 01.07.09

July 01, 2009

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EDITORIAL

Month July 09, Edition 000235, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul


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THE PIONEER

  1. DUPLICITY EXPOSED
  2. MERE TINKERING WON'T DO
  3. FROM HERE ON, A LONELY RIDE-KANCHAN GUPTA
  4. SCRAPPING BOARD EXAMS IS SILLY-KA SOLAMAN
  5. BBC'S UNLIKELY 26/11 STORY-B RAMAN
  6. MUSLIMS LET DOWN-N JAMAL ANSARI
  7. STANDING UP TO THE MULLAHS-DANIEL PIPES
  8. AFGHANISTAN'S DEADLY LEGACY OF BRUTAL CIVIL WARS-PATRICK QUINN

 THE TIMES OF INDIA

  1. BRIDGE TO SOMEWHERE?
  2. STAY THE COURSE
  3. MESSAGE FOR MAYAWATI-BADRI NARAYAN
  4. 'I'M GOING TO MAKE A MUSICAL ON MY FATHER, M F HUSAIN'
  5. WHY CHROMOSOME?-JUG SURAIYA
  6. NA-NONSENSE-N N SACHITANAND

 HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      STREET AGAINST THE STATE AGAIN

2.      SETTING THE STONE

3.      UNTAPPING THE RESOURCE-B.G. VERGHESE

4.      LAW AND BEHOLD-ANAND PATWARDHAN

5.      FUTURE TENSE-ASHALI VARMA

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

  1. SELF-INDICTED
  2. TWO STEPS BACK
  3. ON A DIFFERENT TRACK-BIBEK DEBROY
  4. REIGNITING THE EMBERS-JEREMY CARL
  5. WHO'S AFRAID OF AN FIR?-VINAY SITAPATI
  6. VIEW FROM THE LEFT-MANOJ C G
  7. NOW THE G-3-C. RAJA MOHAN POSTED ONLINE

 THE FINENICAL EXPRESS

  1. HALF-DONE, FULL CELEBRATION
  2. FACILITATE, DON'T BUILD
  3. MARKET FRIENDLY AND INCLUSIVE-MAHESH VYAS
  4. MANGONOMICS-SANJEEB MUKHERJEE
  5. SOLVING THE URBAN CHAOS-INDER SUD

 THE HINDU

  1. DON'T DITHER ON SECTION 377
  2. STRENGTHENING RURAL ROAD CONNECTIVITY
  3. MILITARY COUPS AND BANANA REPUBLICS -JORGE HEINE
  4. DRUGS: THE DANGERS OF PROHIBITION -GEORGE MONBIOT
  5. WAS IT THE LONDON CONCERT THAT KILLED MICHAEL JACKSON? -HASAN SUROOR
  6. CALL FOR SMOKE-FREE EU
  7. 'SHOULD I HELP HUSH UP MURDER AND RAPE?'

 THE ASIAN AGE

  1. A MONUMENTAL MISTAKE BY BSP
  2. 377 VIOLATES RIGHTS, IT HAS NO PLACE IN A DEMOCRACY-ASHOK MALIK
  3. SECURING CRITICAL ASSETS-S.R. MEHRA

 THE TRIBUNE

  1. STATUES DON'T VOTE
  2. WHAT PRANAB SHOULD DO-HUBS FOR NSG
  3. JUBILATION IN IRAQ ON US PULL-OUT-BY ERNESTO LONDONO
  4. RTI INEFFECTIVE IN HARYANA-BY RANBIR SINGH
  5. TOO BUSY TO DO ANYTHING-BY JOHN KELLY

 THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

  1. THE UNIQUE PROJECT
  2. FTA WITH ASEAN
  3. CHARGE OF THE RED BRIGADE-SAIKH MD SABAH AL-AHMED
  4. THE MAN BEHIND THE WHITE COAT-DR D C MAHANTA

 THE ECONOMIC TIMES

  1. MAYAWATI AND THE 40 STATUES
  2. COMMERCIALISE RAILWAYS
  3. HI-TECH INCOMPETENCE
  4. CURRENT ACCOUNT SWINGS TO A SURPLUS IN MARCH
  5. DLF'S PLAN TO BUY DE SHAW'S STAKE IN DAL HITS ROADBLOCK-ABHISHEK GUPTA
  6. SHRIRAM PROP TO TEST IPO WATERS AFTER REALTY SLUMP-BOBY KURIAN & J PADMAPRIYA, ET BUREAU
  7. RESTORE THE SANCTITY OF THE BUDGET-MYTHILI BHUSNURMATH

 DECCAN CHRONICAL

  1. A MONUMENTAL MISTAKE BY BSP
  2. QUIBBLING WON'T GET LEFT, BJP ANYWHERE -BY BY P.C. ALEXANDER
  3. MUSHARRAF HINTS PAK COULD HAVE WON KARGIL -BY BY KAMRAN SHAFI
  4. 377 VIOLATES RIGHTS, IT HAS NO PLACE IN A DEMOCRACY-BY BY ASHOK MALIK
  5. SECURING CRITICAL ASSETS -BY BY S.R. MEHRA
  6. MY SUCCESS IS DUE TO LORD BALAJI-BY BY SHARWANAND
  7. CLASS XII BOARD IS WELCOME -BY BY S. ALLAUDDIN

 THE STATESMAN

  1. HEADING FOR A CRASH
  2. UNDER THE WEATHER
  3. REVERSE SWING

 THE TELEGRAPH

  1. TOUGH LESSON
  2. THE TOP MINDS AT A PROFIT
  3. KAUSHIK BASU
  4. GET REAL

 DECCAN HERALD

  1. FAREWELL TO AN EATING HOME-BY HEMA RAVICHANDAR
  2. ITALIAN VICE AND AMERICAN SPICE-BY MAUREEN DOWD,IHT

 THE NEWYORK TIMES

  1. CLIMATE IN THE SENATE
  2. BINGE DRINKING ON CAMPUS
  3. AN ADVOCATE FOR WOMEN
  4. FIREFIGHTERS AND RACE

 I.THE NEWS

  1. WITHOUT POWER
  2. WAZIRISTAN SETBACK
  3. THE IMF BURDEN

 PAKISTAN OBSERVER

  1. UPGRADING OF AIR FORCE
  2. UAE'S MEDICAL FACILITIES IN AJK
  3. SPONSORING OF BRILLIANT STUDENTS BY BANKS

 THE INDEPENDENT

  1. LABOUR UNREST!
  2. DROUGHT FINALLY ENDS
  3. FEAR AND THE MUMBAI SEA-LINK...!

 THE DAWN

  1. PEACE DEAL ENDS
  2. PRISONER OF LOYALTY
  3. POWER WOES
  4. CHANGES NEEDED IN BILLS-BY AHMER BILAL SOOFI
  5. CENTRAL AMERICAN BLAST FROM THE PAST- BY MAHIR ALI
  6. A QUESTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS-BY ZUBEIDA MUSTAFA
  7. THE QUEEN SEEKS PAY RISE- BY ROBERT BOOTH

 CHINA DAILY

  1. CREDIBLE SIGNALS
  2. CAMERA EYE IN CABS
  3. DISCONNECT FROM REAL ECONOMY

 JAPAN TIMES

  1. UNITED FRONT AGAINST NORTH KOREA
  2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT
  3. TOUGH TO THWART NORTH KOREAN ARMS EXPORTS-BY MICHAEL RICHARDSON

 THE AUSTRALIAN

  1. NOTHING IS EVER THE GOVERNMENT'S FAULT
  2. AN EVIL PAPER SHUFFLER
  3. AN INSPIRED CHOICE

 THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

  1. CARE, NOT PANIC, ABOUT REFUGEES
  2. A NATURAL PROCESS, UNTIL COMPLICATIONS

 THE GAZETTE

  1. PREMIER TO MONTREAL: GET OVER IT!
  2. GOOD GUYS HARD TO FIND IN HONDURAN MILITARY COUP

 THE GUARDIAN

  1. DIFFICULT LESSONS
  2. DEFENCE REVIEW: FIGHTING OLD WARS
  3. IN PRAISE OF ... WILLIAM COBBETT

 THE KOREA HERALD

  1. LONG-TERM PERSPECTIVE
  2. REPACKAGING OLD IDEAS
  3. GLOBAL CLIMATE INITIATIVE URGENT -R.K. PACHAURI

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