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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

EDITORIAL 08.07.09

July 08, 2009

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EDITORIAL

Month July 09, Edition 000241, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul


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THE PIONEER

  1. CHINA'S ISLAMIST PROBLEM
  2. ARE EVMS BUGGED?
  3. NEEDED, BETTER PLANNING-ASHOK K MEHTA
  4. MUSLIMS GETTING MORE THAN FAIR SHARE-SHRIDHAR PANT
  5. CUT DOWN TO SIZE-SHIKHA MUKERJEE
  6. NO SMOOTH SAILING FOR CONGRESS-CP BHAMBHRI
  7. IN SPIRIT AND CONSCIENCE, AFGHANISTAN NEEDS A GANDHI-SHIREEN LOGARI

THE TIMES OF INDIA

  1. BUDGETING CHANGE
  2. UNREST IN URUMQI
  3. A VISION CORRECTION-RATNA KAPUR
  4. 'GENUINE KASHMIRI ASPIRATIONS ARE DISMISSED AS SEPARATIST'
  5. TWO DIFFERENT WORLDS-SUBHASH KAURA
  6. WHY THE BUDGET LEFT ME BORED, CONFUSED- NANDITA SENGUPTA 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

  1. IRON FIST IN AN IRON GLOVE
  2. DRIFT OF THE GAB
  3. WILL THE GAMBLE PAY OFF?-RAJESH MAHAPATRA
  4. INCLUSIVENESS, INCH BY INCH-SAGARIKA GHOSE

INDIAN EXPRESS

  1. JUST SAY IT
  2. PERCENTAGE SCARE
  3. FRAGILITY OF STONE-KANCHAN CHANDRA
  4. INSTANCES OF IRRATIONALITY-AIJAZ ILMI
  5. WAITING FOR TAKE OFF
  6. PRANABDHALSAMANTA
  7. THE GREAT GAME FOLIO-C. RAJA MOHAN
  8. HANDLE WITH CARE-FAREED ZAKARIA
  9. VIEW FROM THE LEFT-MANOJ C G SIBAL

THE FINENCIAL EXPRESS

  1. THIN END OF THE WAGE?
  2. MONETISING DEBT
  3. GOOD YOU GAMBLED, BUT DROP THE BEES-SHUBHASHIS GANGOPADHYAY
  4. BEFORE FOOD SECURITY, TALK AGRICULTURE-YOGINDER K ALAGH
  5. THE INDIRECT DISINVESTMENT ROUTE-SAIKAT NEOGI

THE HINDU

  1. KING OF KINGS
  2. DON'T JUDGE BUDGET BY MARKET REACTION
  3. HIGHER EDUCATION & RESEARCH IN INDIA-DAVID M. MALONE
  4. OBAMA MOVE ON ARMS REDUCTION TREATY: A MAJOR POLICY SHIFT -VLADIMIR RADYUHIN
  5. NONCOMMUNICABLE DISEASE GAP IN THE DEVELOPMENT AGENDA
  6. ALA ALWAN, SIR GEORGE ALLEYNE AND MARTIN SILINK
  7. 'NOT A SINGLE TAMIL HOUSE WAS ATTACKED, NOT A SINGLE TAMIL HUMILIATED'

THE ASIAN AGE

  1. A RETHINK ON 'DEEMED' VARSITIES
  2. 3 STAGES OF DEMOCRACY-SHANKARI SUNDARARAMAN

THE TRIBUNE

  1. MURDER OF AN UNKNOWN INDIAN
  2. BOLD POLICIES NEEDED
  3. MORE MONEY FOR EDUCATION
  4. DO AWAY WITH MIDDLEMEN-BY SUCHA SINGH GILL
  5. GROUNDWATER POLICY NEEDED-BY SAIONTON BASU
  6. FROM MICHAEL TO MYTHIC-BY REED JOHNSON

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      RELIEF TO EXAMINEES

2.      KING ROGER

3.      WATER RESOURCE

4.      DECRIMINALISING HOMOSEXUALITY-SAIKH MD SABAH AL-AHMED

5.      ADDRESSING URBAN POVERTY-DR H K GOSWAMI

 
THE ECONOMIC TIMES
  1. WHAT'S ABOUT JACKO
  2. DITHERING ON OIL REFORMS
  3. STRONG CONTENT, LOUSY PRESENTATION-SWAMINATHAN S ANKLESARIA AIYAR
  4. WHY MARKETS DON'T LIKE PRANAB BABU-M K VENU

DECCAN CHRONICAL

  1. A RETHINK ON 'DEEMED' VARSITIES
  2. HOW POWER SHORTAGE TRIPS INDIA'S GROWTH-BY BY INDER MALHOTRA
  3. A JOURNALIST'S 'ACTUAL RESPONSIBILITY' -BY BY ROGER COHEN
  4. PRANAB'S BUDGET SEEKS 9% GROWTH, WITH A CONSCIENCE -BY BY PULIN B. NAYAK
  5. 3 STAGES OF DEMOCRACY -BY BY SHANKARI SUNDARARAMAN
  6. TO GUIDE AND NOT TO CONTROL -BY BY P.A. SASTRY

THE STATESMAN

  1. SECURITY SPENDING
  2. AMU, AILA ET AL
  3. OFF THE BRIDGE

THE TELEGRAPH

  1. WRONG CAMPUS
  2. GOOD OLD FILTER COFFEE
  3. DIPLOMACY - K.P. NAYAR
  4. BAD REFLEX

DECCAN HERALD

  1. WHAT WE NEED IS A CLIMATE BAILOUT-BY MAURICE STRONG
  2. THE BITTER HALF-BY LEELA RAMASWAMY

THE NE WYORK TIMES

  1. NOW XINJIANG
  2. OH, THAT G-8

I. THE NEWS

  1. FRIENDS, NOT FOES
  2. PEOPLE AND POWER
  3. UNDER CURRENTS

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

  1. RESOLVE TO RESTORE 1973 CONSTITUTION
  2. ALTAF BHAI'S MAINTAINABLE PETITION
  3. IT IS SOMETHING MORE THAN JUST N. WEAPONS

THE INDEPENDENT

  1. WEALTH STATEMENTS
  2. LOST PAGE...!
  3. BRIDGING TRADE GAP

THE DAWN

  1. SC AND TAXATION
  2. PML-Q BREAKING UP?
  3. US-RUSSIA ACCORD
  4. WORLD UNDER HOLY SIEGE-BY IQBAL JAFAR
  5. THE HOST WITH THE MOST TO HIDE-BY MAHIR ALI
  6. CHINA'S OLD SORES-BY JONATHAN WATTS
  7. EDUCATION: TOOL FOR OPPRESSION-BY ZUBEIDA MUSTAFA

CHINA DAILY

  1. REVENGE IS NO JUSTICE
  2. CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY
  3. BREAKING THE CLIMATE CHANGE DEADLOCK
  4. WHAT AMERICAN HEALTHCARE TRENDS MEAN TO CHINA

JAPAN TIMES

  1. BAD OMEN FOR MR. ASO?
  2. POLICE'S SECURITY CAMERA PLAN
  3. U.S.-PROPOSED 'GREEN TARIFFS' RAISE ASIA'S IRE-BY MICHAEL ICHARDSON

THE AUSTRALIAN

  1. SOUND RULING DRAWS ASININE HARANGUE
  2. A WIN FOR INDONESIA
  3. SURPRISES IN ADELAIDE

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

  1. O'FARRELL OUT OF HIS LEAGUE
  2. WOMEN AND COMBAT: A TOUGH JOURNEY

THE GAZETTE

  1. MOURNING THE DEATH OF A CELEBRITY
  2. OBAMA AND THE RUSSIANS GET OFF ON THE RIGHT FOOT

THE GUARDIAN

  1. ITALY: UNFIT FOR SUMMITRY
  2. TORTURE: BARBARISM AND BRITANNIA
  3. IN PRAISE OF ... AGRICULTURAL SHOWS

THE KOREA HERALD

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

 

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