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EDITORIAL 02.07.09

July 02,2009

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EDITORIAL

Month July 09, Edition 000236 collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul


Editorial is syndication of all daily-published newspapers editorial at one place.

 

 

THE PIONEER

1.      TOO LATE, MR LIBERHAN

2.      GREEN INDIA, COOL INDIA

3.      COPING WITH THE POST-9/11 WORLD-SHOBORI GANGULI

4.      WORLD HAS TO LIVE WITH OUTSOURCING-ASHWANI MAHAJAN

5.      ISI STANDS EXPOSED-ABHIJIT BHATTACHARYYA

6.      A COMFORTING FALSEHOOD-ROBERT SPENCER

7.      BRITISH EVOLUTIONIST LIVES FORGOTTEN IN DARWIN'S SHADOW-MICHAEL CASEY

8.      PHILISTINE APPROACH-ANURADHA DUTT

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      COMISSION OF INQUIRY

2.      NAME GAMES

3.      COURTING THE DRAGON-BRAHMA CHELLANEY

4.      IT VIOLATES HUMAN DIGNITY-VIKRAM SINHA

5.      HE'S A PUBLIC FIGURE

6.      WHY DUMPING CLASS X EXAMS DOESN'T MAKE SENSE-NANDITA SENGUPTA 

7.      FOR A RAINY DAY-V SETHURAMAN

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      RIP RAM JANMABHOOMI

2.      KEEPING A DISTANCE

3.      DON'T BRIDGE THIS DIFFERENCE-JOHN LEE

4.      PLUGGING THE LOOPHOLES-SUBIMAL BHATTACHARJEE

5.      UNNATURAL MISTAKES-PREETI SINGH

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      HOUSE RULES

2.      NO HOSTAGES

3.      MADAM SECRETARY

4.      ERRORS OF COMMISSION-B N SRIKRISHNA

5.      THE MIDDLE-INCOME TRAP-MICHAEL WALTON

6.      SHADES OF RED IN LALGARH

7.      EDUCATING THE EDUCATORS-VIMALARAMACHANDRAN

8.      THE DIARY THAT DOCUMENTED EVIL-GEORGESTEVENS

9.      RED TERROR-SUMAN K JHA

 

The Financial Express

1.      THE HYDERABAD EXAMPLE

2.      RETIRE DEBT

3.      IT'S YOUR PLACE IN HISTORY, DR SINGH-PERCY MISTRY

4.      PAYING THE BILL-SURABHI

5.      TECH IS GREENER ON THE OTHER SIDE-HOSSEIN RAZAVI

 

THE HINDU

1.      UNCONSCIONABLE DELAY

2.      A PROUD LANDMARK

3.      OBAMA FACES A PERSIAN REBUFF -M.K. BHADRAKUMAR

4.      IRAN SHOWS ITS HUMAN FACE -JONATHAN FREEDLAND

5.      TECHNOLOGY IS FORCING US TO THINK DIFFERENTLY -ANDREW BROWN

6.      RUSSIA STUMBLES INTO BRAND-NAME GAFFE IN AFRICA -LUKE HARDING

7.      SWINE FLU: PERHAPS TO DO NOTHING IS THE BEST STRATEGY FOR INDIA? -J.GOWRISHANKAR

8.      SINGAPORE CONFIRMS MORE CASES OF INFLUENZA A(H1N1) -

 

THE ASIAN AGE

1.      LIBERHAN: DELAY MAKES IT USELESS

2.      CAN ONE TEST SERVE ALL?

3.      DON'T LET POOR MONSOON DAMPEN SPIRIT, ECONOMY-NITISH SENGUPTA

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      WHO IS THE MINISTER?

2.      MONSOON SPREADS CHEER

3.      US BEGINS PULL-OUT

4.      MICHAEL JACKSON: A VICTIM OF EXISTENTIAL CAPITALISM-BY NAVINA JAFA

5.      GERMAN TOWN GOES CAR-FREE-BY TONY PATERSON

6.      THREATS TO DEMOCRACY IN LATIN AMERICA-BY ANDRES MARTINEZ

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      PROMOTING INDUSTRY

2.      SELF-GLORIFICATION
THE NATIONAL INVESTIGATION AGENCY-H N DAS

3.      WHAT CAN BE EXPECTED OF THE COMING BUDGET?-G P BAROOWAH

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      A ROYAL MESS

2.      BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY

3.      KERALA'S NEW TOM & JERRY

4.      EXPECT A BUDGET OF ROADMAPS-T K ARUN

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      LIBERHAN: DELAY MAKES IT USELESS

2.      PAK CAN TILT INDO-US TIES ONLY TO A POINT -BY BY S. NIHAL SINGH

3.      LET'S MAKE CARBON EMISSION A DIRTY WORD -BY BY THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN

4.      CAN ONE TEST SERVE ALL? -BY J.S. RAJPUT

5.      DON'T LET POOR MONSOON DAMPEN SPIRIT, ECONOMY -BY BY NITISH SENGUPTA

6.      NCHER TO HELP EDUCATION SECTOR -BY BY P.J. PRAKASH RAO

7.      RULES FOR THE WRONGED -BY BY MAUREEN DOWD

8.      CHARGE-SHEET AGAINST KERALA -BY PTI

 

THE STATESMAN

1.      UNNATURAL LAW

2.      OUTWARD HO!

3.      TALIBAN'S JIZIYA 

 

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      STATE'S CARD

2.      HARD TO SELL

3.      WHY AFFIRMATIVE ACTION

4.      ANDRÉ BÉTEILLE

 

DECCAN HERALD

1.      POOR COUNTRIES GET A WEAK COMPROMISE-BY SYLVIA BORREN,IPS

2.      NOSTALGIC SOUNDS

3.      THE KOEL'S CALL TELLS ME THAT NATURE IS STILL AROUND, IF NOT AT LARGE. -BY GIRISH ANANTH

 

THE NEWYORK TIMES

1.      THE OVERHEAD RACK

2.      A WIN FOR BANK CUSTOMERS

3.      NEW YORK'S DEFECTIVE LEGISLATORS

 

I.THE NEWS

1.      FEELING THE PINCH

2.      ORDER! ORDER!

3.      FUNDS FOR MNAS

 

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      SHOCKING RAISE IN POL PRICES JOLTS THE NATION

2.      RISING OF LOCALS AGAINST MILITANTS

3.      IRAQ'S HARD EARNED CELEBRATIONS

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      PRIVATISING MILLS

2.      MAINTAINING EQUIPMENT

3.      BOB'S BANTER

4.      ROBERT CLEMENTS

 

THE DAWN

1.      UNFAIR AND AVOIDABLE

2.      IRAQ: NEW CHALLENGES

3.      CRISIS IN THE MAKING

4.      CENSUS FEARS-BY I.A. REHMAN

5.      PUNDITRY ABOUT MUSLIMS-BY JAWED NAQVI

6.      NO END TO SETTLEMENTS-BY CHRIS MCGREAL

7.      TURMOIL IN TEHRAN-BY TARIQ FATEMI

 

CHINA DAILY

1.      BIAS WITHOUT BASIS

2.      POWERING AHEAD

3.      FOR CHINA AND ROK, TWO IS COMPANY

4.      HOPING FOR A US-JAPAN-CHINA TRIANGLE TO EMERGE

 

JAPAN TIMES

1.      NOT QUITE BACK TO NORMAL IN IRAN

2.      GENDER-FREE SPIRIT LAGGING

3.      DON'T BAIT THE RUSSIAN BEAR-BY BRAHMA CHELLANEY

 

THE AUSTRALIAN

1.      RIGID NEW ERA OF IR MUST CONTAIN WAGES

2.      HOCKEY ABHORS EXCESS

3.      FAILURE UNDER FIRE

 

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

1.      GET THE FACTS BEFORE THE SPIN

2.      A NATURAL PROCESS, UNTIL COMPLICATIONS

 

THE GUARDIAN

1.      RAIL NETWORK: RED SIGNALS AHEAD

2.      SMOKING - PUBLICISING THE DANGER

3.      IN PRAISE OF ... AL FRANKEN

4.      ID CARDS: MISTAKEN IDENTITY

 

THE KOREA HERALD

1.      MASSIVE LAYOFFS

2.      UNDER NO CONTROL?

3.      DOMINIQUE MOISI] INSPIRATION FOR AMERICA AND EUROPE

 
THE KOREA TIMES

1.      DISPUTE ON TEMPS

2.      RULE OF LAW

 

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