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EDITORIAL 04.05.09

July 04, 2009

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EDITORIAL

Month July 09, Edition 000238, 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.      SECTION 377 MUST STAY

2.      RIDING THE TECH WAVE

3.      DUBIOUS OFFENSIVE AGAINST TALIBAN-HIRANMAY KARLEKAR

4.      UNRAVELLING THE SECRETS OF LIFE-SRI SRI RAVI SHANKAR

5.      GOOD SCRIPT, WORK ON IT-J.S. RAJPUT

6.      REFORMING EDUCATION-RHETORIC OVER 'STRESS REMOVAL' ANTI-POOR-PARTHA DE

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      LINE OF DUTY

2.      MONUMENTAL MISTAKE-AMRIT DHILLON

3.      IT'S PART OF MARKETING

4.      SCORE ONE FOR SEXISM-YAMINI LOHIA

5.      CURRY-LEAF AMERICAN-J S RAGHAVAN

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      NO FULL STOPS ON THE TRACK

2.      IF YOU WANT TO FREEZE THINGS...-ASHOK MALIK

3.      THE CONSENSUS CHESTNUT AGAIN-PRATIK KANJILAL

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      DOUBLE GAUGE

2.      NOT SMOOTH

3.      SUITABLE SEQUEL

4.      IT'S ABOUT ALL OF US-PRATAP BHANU MEHTA

5.      REMEMBER THE RURAL-URBAN-YOGINDER K ALAGH

6.      THERE'S MORE TO LIFE THAN GDP-ARUN SHOURIE

7.      WHILE WAITING FOR BIG B OR SMALL B-SAUBHIK CHAKRABARTI

 
THE FINANCIAL EXPRESS

1.      NO GREAT HARM DONE

2.      LIBERALISM, SOCIAL & ECONOMIC

3.      WHY THIS IS AN IMPORTANT BUDGET-SAUGATA BHATTACHARYA

4.      DOING BUSINESS KOLKATA STYLE-SUDIPTA DATTA

5.      END TO END SOLUTION-SP KETKAR

 

THE HINDU

1.      FOCUS ON PASSENGER AMENITIES

2.      BEYOND SHORT-TERM FIXES

3.      ANATOMY OF HOMELAND AND IDENTITY POLITICS -M.S. PRABHAKARA

4.      TURNING TAMIL SWORDS INTO ORIYA PLOUGHSHARES -P. SAINATH

5.      MYSTERY OF SCOTLAND'S SHRINKING SHEEP SOLVED -DAVID ADAM

 
THE ASIAN AGE

1.      MAMATA OFFERS GOODIES, IZZAT

2.      WHY BRAND-INSANE INDIAN ACTORS NEVER GET IT RIGHT-SHOBHAA'S

3.      MAD, SAD AND BAD IN DILLI-KISHWAR DESAI

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      MAMATA EXPRESS

2.      NO CHEER FROM BARAMULLA

3.      COUPLES OR COMPANIONS?

4.      AIR FORCE IS LOSING ITS FIGHTERS-BY DINESH KUMAR

5.      IRAQ THE US IS LEAVING BEHIND-BY LINDA J. BILMES AND JOSEPH STIGLITZ

6.      INSIDE PAKISTAN-BY SYED NOORUZZAMAN

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      POWER SCENARIO

2.      PROGRESSIVE RULING

3.      AUCTIONS IN TEA TRADE

4.      ASSAM BUDGET 2009-10: A BALANCING ACT-DR SUBHRANGSHU SEKHAR SARKAR

5.      E-AUCTIONS IN TEA TRADE-JOGIN GOSWAMI

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      RAILWAY BUDGET 2009-10: UTOPIA FOR RAIL TRAVELLERS?-VIJAYALAKSHMI VISWANATHAN

2.      RAILWAY BUDGET 2009-10: CHUGGING ALONG

3.      HISTORIC RULING

4.      BIRD'S EYE VIEW

5.      RAILWAY BUDGET 2009-10: DIDI BRINGS TRACKS FULL OF GOODIES-TK ARUN

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      MAMATA OFFERS GOODIES, IZZAT -BY BY OUR CORRESPONDENT

2.      HOW TO SPELL TROUBLE IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE -BY BY FARRUKH DHONDY

3.      US LIKELY TO SEE A RERUN OF THE '30S SHOW -BY BY PAUL KRUGMAN

4.      WHY BRAND-INSANE INDIAN ACTORS NEVER GET IT RIGHT -BY SHOBHAA'S TAKE

5.      MAD, SAD AND BAD IN DILLI -BY BY KISHWAR DESAI

6.      ONE REGULATOR IS WONDERFUL IDEA -BY BY S. HASNAIN

 

THE STATESMAN

1.      FUEL FIASCO

2.      RIGHT TO LEARN

3.      DOCK IN DOCK

 

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      TAKING THE POPULAR TRAIN

2.      THE CHANCELLORS' VICE

3.      POLITICS AND PLAY - RAMACHANDRA GUHA

 

DECCAN HERALD

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

2.      IT'S ALL IN THE MIND-BY S GIRIDHAR

 

THE NEW YORK TIMES

1.      MR. OBAMA AND MR. MEDVEDEV

2.      I MUST GO HOME TO IRAN AGAIN

3.      BY MARJANE SATRAPI

 

I. THE NEWS

1.      CHASING SHADOWS

2.      PRECIOUS PRESENTS

3.      .PICKETS AND PEOPLE

 

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      DEPLOYMENT OF MORE TROOPS ON AFGHAN BORDER!

2.      RISING POVERTY IN RURAL AREAS

3.      TO ENHANCE PRODUCTIVITY OF ECONOMY

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      INVESTMENT BY NRBS

2.      HOUSING UNDER PPP

3.      BOB'S BANTER

4.      ROBERT CLEMENTS

 

THE DAWN

1.      HELMAND OFFENSIVE

2.      SECURITY OR HARASSMENT?

3.      SUSTAINABLE GROWTH

4.      TV & FREE SPEECH-BY A.G. NOORANI

5.      MUMBAI MASSACRE REVISITED-BY IRFAN HUSAIN

6.      RACE FOR NEXT MOONWALK-BY ALOK JHA

7.      PARLIAMENT'S ROLE IN BUDGET-BY DR PERVEZ TAHIR

 

CHINA DAILY

1.      WE CAN STOP SUICIDES

2.      RULES EQUAL FOR ALL

3.      REALTY'S UNSCRUPULOUS REALITY

4.      MEDIA SELL HOPE ON AND OFFLINE

 

JAPAN TIMES

1.      DWINDLING ABILITY TO LEAD

2.      THOSE PESTIFEROUS DONATIONS

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

 

THE AUSTRALIAN

1.      A RATIONAL CRITIQUE, NOT RETALIATION

2.      FOOD FOR THOUGHT

3.      AS INEPT AS HE WAS EVIL

 

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

1.      BONE-JARRING WEEK FOR COUCH POTATOES

2.      A LONG, SLOW DETOUR IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY

 

THE GAZETTE

1.      QUEBEC'S QUIET DECLINE CONTINUES APACE

2.      AND ANOTHER THING ... CONCISE COMMENTS ON CURRENT TOPICS

 

THE GUARDIAN

1.      REITH LECTURES: OF MARKETS AND MORALITY

2.      GAY RIGHTS: NATIONAL PRIDE

3.      IN PRAISE OF ... FRED PERRY

 

THE KOREA TIMES

1.      TOO BUSINESS-FRIENDLY

2.      TAX CUT DEBATE

3.      GLOBAL CLIMATE INITIATIVE URGENT -R.K. PACHAURI

 

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