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Tuesday, July 7, 2009

EDITORIAL 07.07.09

July 07, 2009

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EDITORIAL

Month July 09, Edition 000240, 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. GOOD FOR ECONOMY
  2. BOOST FOR FARM SECTOR
  3. MAOISTS, INDIA'S ENEMY WITHIN-DEEPENDRA JHA
  4. ROCK AND A HARD PLACE-SANDHYA JAIN
  5. RIDING THE TIGER IN TEHRAN
  6. RELIVING THE ERA OF JIZYA-PRAFULL GORADIA
  7. SABOTAGING PEACE IN WEST ASIA-BARRY RUBIN
  8. TAIWAN ISLANDS FLOURISH AS FEAR OF CHINA EASES-ANNIE HUANG

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

  1. THAT VISION THING
  2. WIMBLEDON MAGIC
  3. CASTING A WIDE NET-SUDIPTO MUNDLE
  4. MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
  5. TECHNOLOGY IS NOT FOOLPROOF-KAURVAKI RAO
  6. A KNOTTY AFFAIR-JYOTI PUNWANI
  7. MUMBAIKAR VS DELHIWALLAH-A P S MALHOTRA

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

  1. IN YOUR HANDS, NOT IN YOUR FACE
  2. WAS THIS A TACTICAL YAWN?-OMKAR GOSWAMI
  3. NOW FOR INDIA TO WALK ON TWO LEGS-ASHUTOSH VARSHNEY

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

  1. A MIDSUMMER DAY'S PROMISE
  2. EXEMPTIONS, INCLUSIONS
  3. READ BETWEEN THE LINES-BIBEK DEBROY
  4. ON NOT GIVING IN-SAGNIK DUTTA
  5. MORE THAN JUST PROOF OF LIFE-VIKRAM S MEHTA
  6. MAMATA COMPETES WITH RAKHI FOR AIRTIME, AND WINS-SHAILAJA BAJPAI

 

THE FINENCIAL EXPRESS

  1. THE POST-BUDGET BUDGET
  2. GIVE HIM TIME, READ BETWEEN HIS LINES-DHIRAJ NAYYAR
  3. FOUND, BUT ONLY AFTER TRANSLATION-JAHANGIR AZIZ
  4. ONE BAD YEAR, FISCALLY-P RAGHAVAN

 

THE HINDU

  1. FOCUS ON INCLUSIVE GROWTH
  2. SUCH A SHORT JOURNEY -NIRUPAMA SUBRAMANIAN
  3. EVALUATING MCNAMARA -PRANAY GUPTE
  4. WHERE TEETOTAL CARTEL FIGHTS FOR DRUG SUPREMACY -JO TUCKMAN

 

THE ASIAN AGE

  1. PRANAB'S BOOST FOR AAM AADMI
  2. BUDGET TICKS FOOD-WORK POLL PROMISES WITH PALTRY SUMS-JAYATI GHOSH
  3. A MOVE IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION-CHANDRAJIT BANERJEE
  4. FM SHOULD HAVE EXPANDED DEFICIT-DIPANKAR MITRA

 

THE TRIBUNE

  1. AN 'AAM AADMI' BUDGET
  2. TENNIS ENRICHED
  3. NOT EVERY REVOLUTION IS VICTORIOUS-BY MARY DEJEVSKY
  4. TODAY'S FRIENDS, TOMORROW'S ENEMIES-BY ANITA INDER SINGH
  5. DELHI DURBAR

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

  1. UNION BUDGET
  2. SOLAR ECLIPSE
  3. WOMEN EMPOWERMENT THROUGH SHGS-SATYA RAJAN DOLEY
  4. DECLINE IN TEA PRODUCTION-DWAIPAYAN

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

  1. PRANAB'S BOOST FOR AAM AADMI
  2. A COMMITMENT TO A RISING, GREEN INDIA -BY BY TARUN DAS
  3. LET BUDGET SINK IN. IT'LL BE LESS WORRISOME -BY BY SUBRATA MANDAL
  4. BUDGET TICKS FOOD-WORK POLL PROMISES WITH PALTRY SUMS -BY BY JAYATI GHOSH
  5. THUNDERING SILENCE ON BOLD REFORMS -BY BY ROOPEN ROY
  6. FM SHOULD HAVE EXPANDED DEFICIT -BY BY DIPANKAR MITRA
  7. A MOVE IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION -BY BY CHANDRAJIT BANERJEE

 

THE STATESMAN

  1. BALANCING ACT
  2. CLASSIC FIFTEEN

 

THE TELEGRAPH

  1. BUDGETING FOR REVIVAL
  2. THE TRADITIONAL CRAFTSMAN -ASHOK V. DESAI
  3. CAUTION WITHOUT A GAME PLAN -S.L. RAO

 

DECCAN HERALD

  1. UN SECRETARY GENERAL REBUFFED BY JUNTA-BY NEIL NACFARQUHAR, NYT
  2. A SUNDAY ENTERPRISE-BY KALPANA M NAGHNOOR

 

THE NEW YORK TIMES

  1. WHEN CONGRESS LOBBIES FOR BANKS
  2. FINANCING HEALTH CARE REFORM
  3. AGE DISCRIMINATION
  4. FOR A WILDER ROCKIES

 

I. THE NEWS

  1. ROAD TO JUSTICE
  2. SLOW GOING
  3. PML-Q IN TROUBLE

 

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

  1. ISRAEL'S BLATANT THREAT TO IRAN
  2. FALL-OUT OF CLASH OF CIVILIZATIONS
  3. HOLLOWNESS OF THESE VIPS

 

THE INDEPENDENT

  1. URBAN RENEWAL
  2. BIRTH REGISTRATION
  3. BUDGET TIME IN INDIA…!

 

THE DAWN

  1. BLOODY CHILDHOODS
  2. JUDICIAL POLICY
  3. EXPENSIVE 'GIFTS'
  4. AMERICA'S NEW REACH-BY SHAHID JAVED BURKI
  5. DEEPER INTO THE PIT-BY KAMRAN SHAFI
  6. US DESTROYING EVIDENCE'- BY RICHARD NORTON-TAYLOR
  7. MOSCOW SUMMIT: A TEST OF WILLS-BY ZAHIR KAZMI

 

CHINA DAILY

  1. SAY NO TO RIOTS
  2. SENSE OF DUTY COUNTS
  3. THE FOOD CRISIS WILL BE BACK
  4. THE EMERGING V-SHAPE RECOVERY

 

JAPAN TIMES

  1. RELIEF FOR MINAMATA VICTIMS
  2. MR. AMANO HEADS IAEA
  3. BATTLES WITH RACISM IN INDIA'S OWN BACKYARD-BY GAUTAMAN BHASKARAN

THE AUSTRALIAN

  1. RELIGION'S PLACE IN THE PUBLIC SQUARE
  2. A LEADING QUESTION
  3. GAME, SET AND RECORD

 

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

  1. THE GREATEST? IT APPEARS SO
  2. SMOKE GETS IN THEIR EYES

 

THE GAZETTE

  1. LET'S HOPE QUEBEC GETS IT RIGHT THIS TIME
  2. DESPITE A FEW GLITCHES, BIXI IS A ROLLING SUCCESS

 

THE GUARDIAN

  1. IN PRAISE OF ... QUANGOS
  2. A GLIMPSE OF BRITAIN IN 10 YEARS
  3. RIOTS IN CHINA: HOME TRUTHS

 

THE KOREA HERALD

  1. PRESIDENT`S DONATION
  2. TWO FACES OF THE NORTH
  3. TIME FOR G8 TO SOLVE PROBLEMS TOGETHER-BAN KI-MOON
  4. A SKETCH ON 19TH CENTURY KOREA-KIM SEONG-KON

 

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