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Friday, July 10, 2009

EDITORIAL 10.07.09

July 10, 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.      MR IRRELEVANCE

2.      SITTING ON TIME-BOMB

3.      ALIENATING OUR OWN CULTURE-BALBIR K PUNJ

4.      UNCERTAINTY PLAGUES LANKAN TAMILS-MONA SARIKA

5.      WHOSE RAILWAY IS IT ANYWAY?-ARUN JAITLEY

6.      AFGHAN CUISINE ON KREMLIN PLATTER-KALYANI SHANKAR

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      EXPAND THE CIRCLE

2.      BRING BACK MERIT

3.      UNIVERSAL UNDERSTANDING-SHAHID AMIN

4.      'SPACE-BASED SOLAR POWER COULD SOLVE ENERGY CRISIS'

5.      TO KILL A TREE-JUG SURAIYA

6.      SLEEPING BEAUTY-HARISH BHAT

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      WORDS ARE ALL THEY HAVE

2.      YOU'VE GOT NO MALE

3.      EMPRESS OF AN IDOL DYNASTY-RAJDEEP SARDESAI

4.      SMOKE WITHOUT FIRE?-PREETI SINGH

5.      MAMAS' PLOYS-LALITA PANICKER

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      TONNE DIFFERENCES

2.      SEPARATE TRACKS

3.      GOOGLE VS MS

4.      DEGREES OF CHANGE-JAYA GOYAL

5.      A COMMISSION IS FOREVER-COOMI KAPOOR

6.      RUN OVER THE BANKS-INDER MALHOTRA

7.      THE HILLS GROW DISTANT-K. SUBRAHMANYAM

8.      FINALLY.. LIBERHAN REPORTS-SEEMA CHISHTI

9.      ALL-INDIA PERMIT-SHIVPRASAD SWAMINATHAN

 

THE FINENCIAL EXPRESS

1.      MICROSOFT VS GOOGLE

2.      FROM THE BOOKS

3.      THE FINAL BATTLE FOR OUR COMPUTERS-NIKHIL PAHWA

4.      GLOBAL BUSINESS AND A CUP OF COFFEE-JAYA JUMRANI

5.      DON'T KNOCK THE POLITICS IN THE BUDGET-RAJESH CHAKRABARTI

 

THE HINDU

1.      BEHIND THE MADURAI TRAGEDY

2.      A CRITICALLY IMPORTANT AREA

3.      TO TRANSLATE PROMISES INTO ACTION -SUPRIYA SULE

4.      MIGRANTS: HOME NOT SO SWEET HOME -P. SAINATH

5.      ARE BIG PHARMA COMPANIES DELAYING CHEAPER DRUGS? -AN TRAYNOR

6.      EU SEIZED RECORD NUMBER OF FAKE GOODS IN 2008

7.      'THE FAITH TO COPE WITH CONFLICTS

 

THE ASIAN AGE

1.      THE UNREST IN CHINA'S NORTHWEST

2.      TO FEEL INDIA'S CONNECT WITH KASHMIR, GO TO AMARNATH-AGMOHAN

3.      BUDGET REFLECTS CHARITY MINDSET-JAVED ABIDI

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      ZARDARI SPEAKS

2.      NO LET-UP IN VIOLENCE

3.      CAMPAIGN FUNDS

4.      IS THE WATER PURE?-BY B.S. THAUR

5.      ETHNIC VIOLENCE WORRIES CHINA-BY DAVID PIERSON AND BARBARA DEMICK

6.      SECRET TO LONG LIFE-BY MICHAEL MCCARTHY

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      A SIGNIFICANT SUMMIT

2.      DOHA ROUND REVIVAL

3.      THE SCHEDULED TRIBES OF ASSAM-DEBEN PEGU

4.      MONSOON, IRRIGATION AND AGRICULTURE-HEMANTA SAIKIA

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      BUDGET: ALL-INDIA ADULT LITERACY CLASS

2.      WEEDING OUT EXTREMISM IS NOT EASY

3.      IT'S THE REVENUE DEFICIT, STUPID!

4.      IN BANKING, DO WHAT IS DOABLE

DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      THE UNREST IN CHINA'S NORTHWEST

2.      MCNAMARA'S APOLOGY AND OTHER WAR LESSONS -BY BY SRINATH RAGHAVAN

3.      IS ROGER FEDERER MAN OR CYBERHERO? -BY BY ROGER COHEN

4.      TO FEEL INDIA'S CONNECT WITH KASHMIR, GO TO AMARNATH -BY BY JAGMOHAN

5.      CHASE YOUR DREAMS -BY BY ROBIN SHARMA

6.      NEW BODY MUST FOCUS ON QUALITY -BY BY PROF. B. SUGUNA

 

THE STATESMAN

1.      SPICE ROUTE

2.      CRPF'S J&K WOES

3.      TREASURE TROVE

 

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      BEST POLICY

2.      IN POOR HEALTH

3.      INCLUSIVE DESIRE -SWAPAN DASGUPTA

 

DECCAN HERALD

1.      INDIA EYEING JAPAN'S NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY-BY RAJARAM PANDA

2.      SINGING FROM MY HEART-BY MICHELLE CHERIAN

 

THE NEW YORK TIMES

1.      QUESTIONS FOR THE TREASURY SECRETARY

2.      MR. ARIAS STEPS IN

3.      A LESSON ON WARMING

4.      SHARING SECRETS IN THE CAPITOL

 

I. THE NEWS

1.      RULE OF FLAW

2.      UNSPEAKABLE CRIME

 

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      NO SIR, THERE IS NO STRAIN ON CHINA-MUSLIM RELATIONS

2.      PLEASE DON'T SCRAP LB SYSTEM

3.      TO PRESERVE CENTURIES OLD HERITAGE

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      WAR MEMORIALS

2.      SALINITY-RESISTANT SEEDS

3.      HOW MUCH…?

THE DAWN

1.      PDL ORDINANCE

2.      HARMING DEMOCRACY

3.      TOWARDS THE ABYSS?

4.      DEFENCE: A GREY AREA-BY AYESHA SIDDIQA

5.      NEW GROUNDS, FAMILIAR CONFLICT-BY CYRIL ALMEIDA

6.      TOWARDS A NUCLEAR-FREE WORLD-BY GWYNNE DYER

7.      DAMAGE CAN STILL BE UNDONE-BY KULDIP NAYAR

 

CHINA DAILY

1.      G8'S STEP FORWARD

2.      BE TRUE TO ALL CITIZENS

3.      SEPARATISTS' MODUS OPERANDI

4.      FILTER FOR THE NET SHOULD NOT BE A STRAIN

 

JAPAN TIMES

1.      ANOTHER MILESTONE IN IRAQ

2.      WISDOM OF AN ASIA RISING-BY BRAD GLOSSERMAN

3.      F-35'S SUPERIORITY IN THE JAPAN-U.S. ALLIANCE-BY ROSS BABBAGE

 

THE AUSTRALIAN

1.      OUR GREATEST ROCK IS WORTH THE CLIMB

2.      UNCHANGING IDEOLOGY

 

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

1.      KEEP POLICE PAY UNDER THE CAP

2.      THE ROCK BELONGS TO ALL AUSTRALIA

 

THE GAZETTE

1.      QUEBEC SHOULD GET WITH THE NATIONAL PROGRAM

2.      FESTIVAL HITS THE RIGHT NOTES

3.      HEROES TODAY, GONE TOMORROW

 

THE GUARDIAN

1.      AFGHANISTAN: LED BY DONKEYS

2.      NEWS INTERNATIONAL: SCANDAL MET WITH SILENCE

 

THE KOREA HERALD

1.      CYBER ATTACKS

2.      LIVING TOGETHER


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