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EDITORIAL 03.07.09

July 03, 2009

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EDITORIAL

Month July 09, Edition 000237 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.      DROPPING NAMES

2.      SLUGGISH REHABILITATION

3.      BURQA AS A TOOL OF SUPPRESSION

4.      SUNANDA K DATTA-RAY

5.      HUMAN TRAFFICKING PLAGUING INDIA-SUNITA VAKIL

6.      MARK THE MICHELLE SYNDROME-KALYANI SHANKAR

7.      DESERTING THE SINKING SHIP-SHIKHA MUKERJEE

8.      DEMOCRACY MEANS MORE TO POOR-KHIMI THAPA

9.      TAP THE LARGELY IGNORED RURAL MARKET-VINAYSHIL GAUTAM

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      A REFORM ROADMAP

2.      VICTORY FOR CHOICE

3.      GHOSTS IN THE MACHINE-CHAITANYA KALBAG

4.      'MAYAWATI SEEMS TO BE FORGETTING HER ROOTS'

5.      TEMPLES OF BOOM-BACHI KARKARIA 

6.      RECORD BOUND-JANARDHAN ROYE

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      ALTERNATIVE ENERGY

2.      A RETURN TO TRADITION

3.      END TO UNNATURAL EXCLUSION-SHOHINI GHOSH

4.      MANAGEMENT IS THE KEYWORD-RAJESH MAHAPATRA

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      377 STEPS

2.      STRAW IN THE WIND?

3.      QUIET MUSIC

4.      ON FREEDOM'S AVENUE-GAUTAM BHAN

5.      AN ARTIST NEVER GETS HIS DUE-AKBAR PADAMSEE

6.      CHANGING COURSE ON CLIMATE-ARUN SHOURIE

7.      NO OBJECTION CERTIFICATE-DOMINIC EMMANUEL

 

THE FINANCIAL EXPRESS

1.      SURVEYING WELL

2.      DIESEL FOR THE RICH

3.      CHAPTER 2 MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE-BIBEK DEBROY

4.      ECONOMIC ODDITIES YOU MUST SURVEY-P RAGHAVAN

5.      VEGETABLE SURVEY-SANJEEB MUKHERJEE

 

 

THE HINDU

1.      AN IMPRACTICAL WISH LIST

2.      SYMBOLS OVER SUBSTANCE?

3.      LALGARH: FEAR, POWER AND OBEDIENCE -PRAVEEN SWAMI

4.      TAKING ON THE CHALLENGE -FREDRIK REINFELDT

5.      WHY NEXT MOON WALKER WILL BE CHINESE -ALOK JHA AND DAVID ADAM

6.      THOSE HOAX MYTHS DEBUNKED -DAVID ADAM

7.      THE TASKS OF CHANGE AHEAD -V.R. KRISHNA IYER

 

THE ASIAN AGE

1.      A WISHLIST FOR A GROWING INDIA

2.      STATE SHIFTS OUT OF BEDROOM, ALLOWS SOME BASIC RIGHTS-PONNI ARASU

3.      STRESS WILL GO IF BOARDS GO-S.K. BHATTACHARYA

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      THE JUDGE WHO WOULD CAUSE NO ONE ANY HURT

2.      GOING BOLD

3.      CAN BJP OR CPM BECOME INDIA'S LABOUR PARTY?-BY PREM PRAKASH

4.      CPM SUFFERS ANOTHER SETBACK

5.      DRIVING HOME A POINT ON AGING-BY SUSAN CAMPBELL

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      DEPORTATION OF ALIENS

2.      CITY INFRASTRUCTURE

3.      NEED FOR WASTELAND DEVELOPMENT-K C PATAR

4.      STATUS OF OIL REFINING IN INDIA-ARPAN DUTTA

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      PRANAB HAS WIND BEHIND HIS BACK-ANDY MUKHERJEE

2.      WISHFUL THINKING

3.      DECONTROL OIL

4.      LIBERHAN REPORT

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      A WISHLIST FOR A GROWING INDIA

2.      HISTORY SHOWS JUNE IS CRUEL TO TYRANNIES -BY BY BALBIR K. PUNJ

3.      A VEILED THREAT TO SECULARISM OR OPPRESSION? -Y BY IRFAN HUSAIN

4.      STATE SHIFTS OUT OF BEDROOM, ALLOWS SOME BASIC RIGHTSBY BY PONNI ARASU

5.      WHEN OUR BRAINS SHORT-CIRCUIT -BY BY NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF

6.      BE LIKE J.K. -BY BY ROBIN SHARMA

7.      DEEMED VARSITIES MUST STAY -BY BY K. SATYANARAYANA

 

THE STATESMAN

1.      THE LOST QUANGOS 

2.      TWIN SHOCKS

3.      SHORT OF TEACHERS

 

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      EXPECTED LINES

2.      FALL COLOURS

3.      FIRE AND FOREBODING

4.      CUTTING CORNERS - ASHOK MITRA

 

DECCAN HERALD

1.      ALGAE TO AID CHINA FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE-BY JONATHAN WATTS

2.      RECESSION-TIME MANTRAS-BY NIVEDITA CHOUDHURI

 

THE NEW YORK TIMES

1.      AFTER THE CRACKDOWN

2.      THE OVERHEAD RACK

3.      A WIN FOR BANK CUSTOMERS

 

I. THE NEWS

1.      THREATS AND TAXES

2.      ACTION AT LAST

3.      MONSOONS AND MEDICINES

 

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      RESHUFFLING OF LACKLUSTRE CABINET

2.      R&D IN OIL EXPLORATION

3.      WORLD SHOULD PAY SOME ATTENTION TO TENSION IN IHK

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      BR'S SAFETY WEEK

2.      CARING FOR THE AGED

3.      BELIEVE YOU CAN AND YOU WILL...!

 

THE DAWN

1.      ANTI-TALIBAN WAVE

2.      NEED TO MOVE FORWARD

3.      PRACTICAL DEMOCRACY

4.      MORE PROVINCES?-BY AYESHA SIDDIQA

5.      RICH GOVERNMENT, POOR PEOPLE-BY CYRIL ALMEIDA

6.      BANKERS STILL DOMINATE THE DISCOURSE-BY RUTH SUNDERLAND

7.      FEW EXPECTATIONS FROM TALKS-BY KULDIP NAYAR

 

CHINA DAILY

1.      YUAN FOR THE ROAD

2.      WAGES OF CORRUPTION

3.      MEDIA SELL HOPE ON AND OFFLINE

4.      JAPAN STILL A BRIDGE TOO FAR ON MANY FRONTS

 

JAPAN TIMES

1.      CANADA

2.      BUDGET GUIDELINE ADOPTED

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

 
THE AUSTRALIAN

1.      EDUCATION IS THE KEY

2.      A JOB BEATS TRAINING

3.      OLD MEDIA, BY CRIKEY

 

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

1.      BIG BLOWIES IN THE SKIES

2.      LABOR FEELS A DAM COMING ON

 

THE GAZETTE

1.      AMERICANS BEING MISLED ABOUT OUR HEALTH CARE

2.      AGE ALONE IS NOT THE MEASURE OF MATURITY

 

THE GUARDIAN

1.      IN PRAISE OF ... EZRA NAWI

2.      LABOUR: BEYOND U-TURNS AND YOUTUBE

3.      AFGHANISTAN: OPERATION HOPE IN HELL

 

THE KOREA HERALD

1.      FOOD AND MISSILES

2.      PROTRACTED TALKS

3.      NORTH KOREA'S GAME OF 'LIAR'S POKER'-JASPER KIM

4.      ATTACKS ON INDIAN STUDENTS DOWN UNDER NEED ATTENTION-SALMAN HAIDAR

 

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