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Thursday, July 9, 2009

EDITORIAL 09.07.09

July 09, 2009

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EDITORIAL

Month July 09, Edition 000242, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul


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THE PIONEER

  1. CAMPUS BULLY
  2. THE CHEETAH CAN WAIT
  3. LOOKING BEYOND THE NUCLEAR DEAL-G PARTHASARATHY
  4. BURQA A MATTER OF CHOICE-MOHAMMED YAHYA ANSARI
  5. MARKETING INTANGIBLE HERITAGE-SHAILAJA CHANDRA
  6. WAGING WAR ON TALIBAN-HIRANMAY KARLEKAR
  7. OF GAY, GAIETY AND GLAMOUR-MIHIR BHOLEY
  8. EDUCATION TAKES A TOLL IN TERRORISM-INFESTED AREAS OF JAMMU-DEEPIKA THUSSOO

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

  1. PLAIN SPEAKING
  2. BLAME GAMES
  3. LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE-MANOJ KOHLI
  4. WELCOME THE BIG CAT
  5. SAVE THE TIGER FIRST-NARAYANI GANESH
  6. YOU NREGA, YOU FBT- BACHI KARKARIA 
  7. THE RAINMAN-ADITYA GUPTA

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

  1. FLYING INTO AN AIR POCKET
  2. BEG YOUR PARDON
  3. GREED CANNOT BE OUR CREED-SITARAM YECHURY
  4. REMEMBER THE TIME-SUHEL SETH
  5. NOTHING RIGHT ABOUT IT-LARRY ELLIOTT

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

  1. WHAT TO KNOW
  2. ALSO IN CHINA
  3. FUNDING FINDING
  4. BANKING ON RBI-P. VAIDYANATHAN IYER
  5. LAST OF THE GOLDEN AGERS-YOGINDER K. ALAGH
  6. ORPHANS OF HISTORY-AKHIL BAKSHI
  7. SHOW ME THE MONEY-D. RAJA
  8. VIEW FROM THE RIGHT-SUMAN K JHA
  9. MAKE HIM SWEAT-KUNAL PRADHAN

 

THE FINENCIAL EXPRESS

  1. THE LOST METRO
  2. SELL, THEN PAY OFF DEBT
  3. SAFETY NET BECOMES A HAMMOCK-MANISH SABHARWAL
  4. YOU PAY IT, BUT DO YOU KNOW IT?-AJIT KRISHNAN
  5. HOW GOVERNMENT HAS MADE IT TOUGH FOR RBI, INDUSTRY-SUNNY VERMA

 

THE HINDU

  1. RESETTING U.S.-RUSSIA TIES
  2. TIMELY BOOST FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT
  3. GO EASY WITH THE FAMILY SILVER -SIDDHARTH VARADARAJAN
  4. A BUDGET THAT IS SLEIGHT ALL THE WAY -S. GURUMURTHY
  5. BUDGET OF PROMISE OR MISSED OPPORTUNITY? -THOMAS CHANDY
  6. STUDENTS CAUGHT UP IN U.K.-PAKISTAN DEPORTATION ROW -HASAN SUROOR
  7. EU REITERATES CALL TO CUT EMISSIONS

 

THE ASIAN AGE

  1. READING BETWEEN ZARDARI'S LINES
  2. GREAT EXPECTATIONS
  3. MARKETS MISSED THE SILVER LINING
  4. WHY NO NETA WILL TALK STRAIGHT ON 377-ANTARA DEV SEN

 

THE TRIBUNE

  1. RIOTS IN URUMQI
  2. SPENDING MORE ON DEFENCE
  3. TIGERS ARE NOT FOR KILLING
  4. SMART PUBLIC DIPLOMACY & OUTREACH-ASHISH KUMAR SEN
  5. PUNJAB LAGS IN INFRASTRUCTURE-BY UPINDER SAWHNEY
  6. POPE CRITICISES WORLD ECONOMIC SYSTEMS-BY JACQUELINE L. SALMON

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

  1. PRICE RISE
  2. RURAL HEALTHCARE
  3. UNION BUDGET 2009-10: AN ANALYSIS-DR SUBHRANGSHU SEKHAR SARKAR
  4. CHANGING AGRICULTURE SCENARIO IN ASSAM-DR MOROMI GOGOI KAKATY
  5. NATIONAL LAND RECORD

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

  1. HIGH PUBLIC FLOAT NORM
  2. CAUTIOUSLY OPTIMISTIC
  3. POETRY QUOTA
  4. A PERFECT RECIPE FOR STAGFLATION-PREM SHANKAR JHA
  5. BREAKING THE CLIMATE DEADLOCK-TONY BLAIR

 

 

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

  1. READING BETWEEN ZARDARI'S LINES
  2. GET RUDE URGES? GOOD, YOU ARE NORMAL -BY BY BENEDICT CAREY
  3. MARKETS MISSED THE SILVER LINING-BY DINESH THAKKAR
  4. WHY NO NETA WILL TALK STRAIGHT ON 377 -BY BY ANTARA DEV SEN
  5. PRANAB WAS INCLUSIVE -BY BY LORD MEGHNAD DESAI
  6. INTRODUCE CREDIT TRANSFER SYSTEM -BY BY D. SRIDHAR BABU

 

THE STATESMAN

  1. CAT AMONG THE PIGEONS
  2. TRANSPORT DEPT TAKES A YEAR TO WAKE UP
  3. TALKING TIGER

 

THE TELEGRAPH

  1. SEEING RED
  2. THUS CAPITAL
  3. IN NEHRU'S HOUSE -RUDRANGSHU MUKHERJEE

 

DECCAN HERALD

  1. PHARMA GIANT LOSES LEGAL BATTLE-BY DR GOPAL DABADE
  2. COURTING TROUBLE-BY NAVARATNA LAXMAN
  3. THE BITTER HALF-BY LEELA RAMASWAMY

 

THE NEW YORK TIMES

  1. BATTLE OF THE BEHEMOTHS
  2. THE GOVERNOR'S MR. FIX-IT
  3. FAIR PAY FOR CAREGIVERS
  4. PROMISES TO KEEP

 

I. THE NEWS

  1. CARBON TAX SUSPENSION
  2. POWER PUNCH

 

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

  1. BOYCOTT OF PARLIAMENT-ELECTIONS IS NO SOLUTION
  2. STRENGTHENING THE AGRICULTURE INFORMATION SERVICES
  3. MOCKERY OF JUSTICE IN INDIA

 

THE INDEPENDENT

  1. NEW-LOOK POSTAL SERVICE
  2. COUNTERFEIT CURRENCY
  3. SIX FEET BY TEN …!

THE DAWN

  1. JIHAD AND THE STATE
  2. TROUBLE IN XINJIANG
  3. PLIGHT OF THE DISABLED
  4. FATE OF FARMLANDS-BY I.A. REHMAN
  5. GAY BUT NOT QUITE HAPPY-BY JAWED NAQVI
  6. PALIN BRUSHES OFF RESIGNATION CRITICISM-BY CHRIS MCGREAL
  7. LINGUISTICS AND NEW PROVINCES-BY DR TARIQ RAHMAN

 

CHINA DAILY

  1. OUTLAW THE HATE CRIME
  2. FAKING AN ADVANTAGE
  3. US-RUSSIA NUCLEAR DEAL WELCOME
  4. A GROUP DEPENDS ON WHAT LEADERS MAKE OF IT

 

JAPAN TIMES

  1. MCNAMARA'S TRAGEDY AND TRIUMPH
  2. UIGHUR RESENTMENT BOILS OVER
  3. SPREAD OF DEMOCRACY STALLS-BY BRAHMA CHELLANEY

 

THE AUSTRALIAN

  1. WELCOME RETURN OF FISCAL CONSERVATIVE
  2. A BANK NOBODY NEEDS
  3. A VERY MODERN MEDAL

 

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

  1. CHINA SHOWS ITS OTHER FACE
  2. AN ELECTRIC JOLT TO PUBLIC SAFETY

 

THE GAZETTE

  1. MILITARY TO BLAME FOR PILOT'S DEATH
  2. LOWERING SPEED LIMITS IS NOT THE ANSWER

 

THE GUARDIAN

  1. BANKING REFORM: SMALL CHANGE
  2. IN PRAISE OF ... IAN GIBSON
  3. PRESS AND PRIVACY: SECRET SPIES

 

THE KOREA HERALD

  1. BAD AS IT LOOKS?
  2. PROPERTY BUBBLES
  3. BREAKING THE CLIMATE DEADLOCK AT L'AQUILA SUMMIT-TONY BLAIR

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