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EDITORIAL 11.07.09

July 11, 2009

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Month July 09, Edition 000243, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul


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THE PIONEER

  1. DISSOLVE G-8
  2. THE ROT LIES WITHIN
  3. CHINA PAYS FOR ITS PAST-ASHOK MALIK
  4. KNOW THY BODY FOR MENTAL PEACE-AJIT BISHNOI
  5. A LOST OPPORTUNITY
  6. JAGDISH SHETTIGAR
  7. THE FM'S HOBBY HORSE-SAMAR JEET
  8. GOOD NEWS IN A BAD YEAR-JAYSHREE SENGUPTA

THE TIMES OF INDIA

  1. CLIMATE OF DISCORD
  2. REMEMBERING THE MASTER-RATNOTTAMA SENGUPTA
  3. EX-PLAYERS CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
  4. LEAVE IT TO THE PROFESSIONALS
  5. OF MANGOES AND VISION-HARSH GOENKA

HINDUSTAN TIMES

  1. LET'S HANDLE OUR LIQUOR
  2. THERE'S NOTHING QUEER ABOUT IT-BARKHA DUTT
  3. NOW FOR THOSE WHO NEED IT-PRATIK KANJILAL

INDIAN EXPRESS

  1. OVER THE MOONSHINE
  2. THE ONE-TEST SOLUTION
  3. OPENING THE VAULTS
  4. TEN MONTHS, FULL CIRCLE-JAITHIRTH RAO
  5. THE 'NEW LAND'-NIMMI KURIAN
  6. MURDER HE WROTE-JYOTI PUNWANI
  7. ECONOMISTS AND CEOS ON NEWS TV-SAUBHIK CHAKRABARTI
  8. BLACK DAY-RUCHIKA TALWAR

THE FINENCIAL EXPRESS

  1. AIRY SOLUTIONS?
  2. GROWING GREEN SHOOTS
  3. CASE FOR OPEN SOURCE ISN'T OPEN AND SHUT-BIBEK DEBROY
  4. HOW MAHARAJA LOST HIS SENSE OF BOEING-SANAT KAUL
  5. IS IT STILL IFFY FOR INFY?-SAIKAT NEOGI

THE HINDU

  1. ACT ON CLIMATE, NOW
  2. ROGUE JOURNALISM
  3. OBAMA AND THE RESET OF RUSSIA TIES-M.K. BHADRAKUMAR
  4. MORE MIGRATIONS, NEW DESTINATIONS
  5. VLOG, WEBISODE, FLASH MOB: NEW ENGLISH WORDS -ED PILKINGTON

THE ASIAN AGE

  1. WHAT THE G-8, G-5 ACHIEVED IN ITALY
  2. MEGALOMANIA AND MONUMENTAL LAW-JOGINDER SINGH
  3. RAIN AND JOBS IN GOA-KISHWAR DESAI

THE TRIBUNE

  1. IN THE DARK
  2. PAY HIKE UNJUSTIFIED
  3. COMMON MEDICAL ENTRANCE 
  4. GROWTH HAS NOT DENTED POVERTY-BY KULDIP NAYAR
  5. DIFFICULT CHOICES TO MANAGE US FISCAL SITUATION-BY ALAN J. AUERBACH AND WILLIAM G. GALE
  6. INSIDE PAKISTAN-BY SYED NOORUZZAMAN

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

  1. SCRAPPING AFSPA
  2. COTTON HOSTEL ISSUE
  3. MORE NUGGETS-ARUP KUMAR DUTTA
  4. COTTON COLLEGE AS A DEEMED UNIVERSITY-COL (RETD) MANORANJAN GOSWAMI

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

  1. FIRST LADIES HAVE TO GET IT RIGHT
  2. HAVE SIMPLE, SENSIBLE NORMS TO TAX PERKS
  3. POLICY ACTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE URGENT
  4. THE BUSINESS OF PUBLIC SERVICES -ARUN MAIRA

DECCAN CHRONICAL

  1. WHAT THE G-8, G-5 ACHIEVED IN ITALY -BY BY OUR CORRESPONDENT
  2. NUDISTS AND OTHER ART INSTALLATIONS -BY BY FARRUKH DHONDY
  3. OBAMA CAUGHT IN A STIMULUS TRAP -BY BY PAUL KRUGMAN
  4. MEGALOMANIA AND MONUMENTAL LAW -BY BY JOGINDER SINGH
  5. RAIN AND JOBS IN GOA -BY BY KISHWAR DESAI
  6. WE NEED TO REDUCE STUDENT STRESS -BY BY SURESH CHANDA

THE STATESMAN

  1. VINDICATED'
  2. GO TO POT
  3. BIZARRELY DECEPTIVE

THE TELEGRAPH

  1. SPELLBOUND
  2. THE COLD WAR CONTINUES
  3. SUNANDA K. DATTA-RAY

DECCAN HERALD

  1. STABILISING POPULATION IS THE NEED OF THE HOUR-G B VENKATESHA MURTHY
  2. A FRIDGE TO KEEP WARM-DINESH KUMAR

THE NEW YORK TIMES

  1. NOW WHAT IN ALBANY?
  2. REASONABLE COMPENSATION
  3. 10 WEEKS
  4. TANGLED TRADE TALKS

I. THE NEWS

  1. CHANGE IN KABUL?
  2. IN THE MARGINS

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

  1. RETURN OF IDPS: MUSIC TO EARS
  2. PM FOR EASIEST WAY OF MINTING MONEY
  3. FIRST PARKING PLAZA OF PAKISTAN

THE INDEPENDENT

  1. TRANSPORT SECTOR TOLL
  2. SAND DREDGING
  3. BOB'S BANTER
  4. ROBERT CLEMENTS

THE DAWN

  1. INVESTING IN WOMEN
  2. LONG JOURNEY HOME
  3. SARKOZY'S WARNING
  4. US DEPARTS FROM IRAQ-BY A.G. NOORANI
  5. TERROR AND TORTURE- BY IRFAN HUSAIN
  6. THE TASK FACING OBAMA-BY SALIM LONE
  7. US MILITARY AID: THEN AND NOW-BY S.M. NASEEM

JAPAN TIMES

  1. RESETTING U.S. TIES WITH RUSSIA
  2. WISDOM OF AN ASIA RISING-BY BRAD GLOSSERMAN

THE AUSTRALIAN

  1. EMPLOYMENT PAYS POLITICAL DIVIDENDS
  2. TAKE OUT THE RUBBISH
  3. ONE OF OUR FINEST

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

  1. HANDLING A DRAGON THAT HAS FRIED ITS OWN FOOT
  2. WE HAVE TASTED THE FUTURE, AND IT NEEDS MORE SALT

THE GUARDIAN

  1. PRESS FREEDOM: WHEN THE SPOTLIGHT IS THE STORY      
  2. RADIO: TURN ON, TUNE IN, DROP OUT
  3. IN PRAISE OF ... THE MANGO

THE KOREA HERALD

  1. TAX OFFICE REFORM
  2. BABY BOOMERS
  3. THE RETURN OF RELIGION TO EUROPE?-JAN-WERNER MUELLERBUDAPEST

 

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