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Tuesday, July 14, 2009

EDITORIAL 13.07.09

July 13, 2009

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Month July 09, Edition 000244, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul 

 

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THE PIONEER

1.      TRACKING DOWN LALU

2.      GREEN POWER

3.      STATUE-TORY LAW REQUIRED-JOGINDER SINGH

4.      POLITICIANS NO MORAL BEACON-TRINA JOSHI

5.      EASE THE TAXING PRACTICE-VIPIN MALIK

6.      VICIOUS POLITICS-SHIKHA MUKERJEE

7.      INDIA'S IRISH CONNECTION-PREMEN ADDY

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      COLD IS HOT

2.      OFF THE RAILS

TIME FOR SYSTEM UPGRADE -

4.      'THERE NEEDS TO BE AN EFFECTIVE SOCIAL NEST FOR THE POOR'

5.      TOUCH OF MAGIC

MANGO MANNERS: AAM KA MAZAA-

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      THE BENEFITS OF PAWAR-SHARING-PANKAJ VOHRA

2.      MY REDISCOVERY OF KRISHNADEVARAYA-SAMAR HALARNKAR

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      POST-BUDGET MOVES

2.      PROJECT METRO

3.      THINK, HACK

4.      EMISSION IMPOSSIBLE?-SAUBHIK CHAKRABARTI

5.      RED VS KHAK-AJAI SAHNI

6.      RED VS KHAKI-AJAI SAHNI

7.      'PEOPLE SAY I AM MOVING TOO FAST, BUT I AM 18 YEARS LATE (IN INITIATING REFORMS IN EDUCATION)'

 

THE FINENCIAL EXPRESS

1.      CLIMATE, SO CHANGE

2.      GOVERNMENT BANKS GREAT?

3.      A WEEK LATER, RE-READING THE BUDGET-MEGHNAD DESAI

4.      NILEKANI MUST 'IMAGINE' HIS REMIT IS BIGGER-VIKRAM S MEHTA

5.      AAM AADMI'S BUDGET CALCULUS-BIRAJ PATNAIK


THE HINDU

1.      BOLD ADMISSION

2.      SLUM-FREE CITIES

3.      MONSOON MANAGEMENT IN ERA OF CLIMATE CHANGE-M. S. SWAMINATHAN

4.      WHAT REALLY HAPPENED AT URUMQI ON JULY 5 -ZOU YONGHONG

5.      A NEW CHALLENGE ON THE NUCLEAR FRONT -SIDDHARTH VARADARAJAN

6.      TWO-THIRDS OF WORLD SPECIES MAY DISAPPEAR IN 21ST CENTURY

7.      WORLD ROUTE DEVELOPMENT FORUM TO OPEN IN BEIJING

 

THE ASIAN AGE

1.      PAK OFFER TO US IS A NEW PLOY

2.      MAGNA CARTA OF THE MARKET-M. VEERAPPA MOILY

3.      GREAT POLITICAL TEXTS OF THE 20TH CENTURY-SHIV VISVANATHAN

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      FOCUS ON FOOD SECURITY

2.      IT WASN'T CRPF

3.      CAG'S REVELATION

4.      FIGHTING AN INVISIBLE ENEMY-BY JEROME STARKEY

5.      HIGH HUMAN LOAD A THREAT TO TAJ SAFETY-BY BRIJ KHANDELWAL

6.      CHATTERATI-BY DEVI CHERIAN

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      TOUGH STAND

2.      POLICE BRUTALITY

3.      POPULAR BUT REFORMS-SHY UNION BUDGET-DR RABINDRA KR CHOUDHURY

4.      SCHEME FOR IMPROVING TEA QUALITY-NAMITA DEVI

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      HARNESSING IT FOR INDIA'S GROWTH-RAJAN ANANDAN

2.      THE LIMITS TO DECOUPLING-RUCHIR SHARMA

3.      WEE BIT OF ECONOMIC REVIVAL AND LOTS OF SUNSHINE-SUDESHNA SEN

DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      PAK OFFER TO US IS A NEW PLOY

2.      BUDGET '09 FITS INTO THE FRAMEWORK OF GROWTH -BY BY ARJUN SENGUPTA

3.      THE MAN WHO MAKES WATER CLEAN AND SEXY -BY BY NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF

4.      MAGNA CARTA OF THE MARKET -BY BY M. VEERAPPA MOILY

5.      GREAT POLITICAL TEXTS OF THE 20TH CENTURY-BY BY SHIV VISVANATHAN

6.      APPREHENSIVE OF LONE REGULATOR -BY BY DR B.C. RAO

 

THE STATESMAN

1.      ROAD FROM L'AQUILA 

2.      TURF TUSSLE

3.      AS SHE IS SPELT

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      THINK CENTRAL

2.      TRIED AND TESTED

3.      MORE MONEY FOR STEALING -COMMENTARAO S.L. RAO

4.      THE ODD MAN OUT -ABHIJIT BHATTACHARYYA

 

DECCAN HERALD

1.      TRAINING DOCTORS OR BUSINESSMEN?-VATSALA VEDANTAM  

2.      OF FLORA, FAUNA AND FREEDOM-MALA SRIDHARA

 

THE NEW YORK TIMES

1.      A PLAN FOR CONEY ISLAND

2.      MORE IMMIGRATION NON-SOLUTIONS

3.      INJUSTICE IN THE NAME OF SECURITY

4.      BORROWERS BLED DRY

 

I. THE NEWS

1.      TALIBAN TACTICS

2.      HOMEWARD BOUND?

 

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      SEEKING WORLD HELP FOR IDPS SETTLEMENT

2.      TO AVERT FUTURE MUMBAI ATTACKS

3.      SEE THE RISING INFLATION ALSO

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT

2.      OBAMA IN GHANA

3.      OBAMA'S BOTTOM LINE…!

 

THE DAWN

1.      NEED FOR DIALOGUE

2.      CHEMICAL POISONING

3.      A SAD GOODBYE

4.      EFFECTS OF UIGHUR UNREST-BY HUMA YUSUF

5.      THE JEHANZEB KHAN AFFAIR-BY S. IFTIKHAR MURSHED

6.      BRITAIN TO CUT NUCLEAR STOCKPILE-BY LARRY ELLIOTT

7.      MOVE ON PLEASE, DECISIVELY-BY BEENA SARWAR

 

CHINA DAILY

1.      BRIDGING AN ENERGY GAP

2.      SCHOLARLY EXAMPLES

3.      MACAO THROWS MAKEOVER SURPRISE

4.      SEPARATISTS' MODUS OPERANDI

 

JAPAN TIMES

1.      MORE BRICKS IN THE WALL

2.      PLAYING WITH GOAL NUMBERS-BY TAKAMITSU SAWA

 

THE AUSTRALIAN

1.      CLIMATE OF PESSIMISM

2.      A POOR COMPARISON

 

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

1.      EDUCATION LOOKS SHODDY AGAIN

2.      INDONESIA RISING

 

THE GAZETTE

1.      SWISS DEFEND THE INDEFENSIBLE

2.      ALL MPS SHOULD BE SO FORTHCOMING

 

THE GUARDIAN

1.      TAXATION: THE OTHER HALF OF THE BLACK HOLE

2.      THE MANCHESTER REPORT: HAIR SHIRTS AND THINKING CAPS

3.      IN PRAISE OF ... RICHARD LONG

 

THE KOREA HERALD

1.      BOOST CYBER SECURITY

2.      FATE OF REPORTERS         

3.      THE OBAMA DOCTRINE AND AFRICA-SHLOMO BEN-AMI

 

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