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Tuesday, July 14, 2009

EDITORIAL 14.07.09

July 14, 2009

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EDITORIAL

Month July 09, Edition 000245, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul


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THE PIONEER

1.      METRO MISHAP

2.      RED FURY RISING

3.      A LANDMARK JUDGEMENT-A SURYA PRAKASH

4.      HAPPINESS EQUATION FOR DEVELOPMENT-ASHWANI MAHAJAN

5.      PAKISTAN FEELS THE BACKLASH-D SUBA CHANDRAN

6.      NEW MEANS OF PROXY WAR-GAUTAM MUKHERJEE

7.      MAKE-OR-BREAK ON CLIMATE CHANGE-ED MILIBAND

8.      SOON, A PIZZA JOINT NEAR BUDDHA STATUES IN BAMIYAN-HEIDI VOGT

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      MAKE THE WORLD SAFE

2.      RUNNING OFF TRACK

3.      SOMETHING IN COMMON -K SUBRAHMANYAM

4.      UK TORIES RECOMMEND A MANDATORY THREE-MONTH 'COOLING OFF' PERIOD FOR DIVORCE-SEEKERS

5.      MARRY IN HASTE, DIVORCE AT LEISURE -NAOMI D'SOUZA

6.      NOTHING TO CHEER ABOUT -KINGSHUK NAG

7.      HALF A COCKROACH -SUMIT S PAUL

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      HOW NOT TO FALL APART

2.      MANIFESTO THE LINE

3.      WE REALLY NEED SOME INTENSIVE CARE-LALITA PANICKER

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      DISCIPLINE & PUNISH

2.      ABANI ROY'S WORLD

3.      TEST CASE

4.      SOLDIERS TO THE WORLD-C. RAJA MOHAN

5.      THE HACKER STATE-AJEY LELE

6.      ON THE WAY DOWN-ARUN SHOURIE.

7.      RAISE YOUR BROWS-SHAILAJA BAJPAI

 

 

THE FINENCIAL EXPRESS

1.      BLOODIER RED

2.      1982 LESSONS FOR 2010

3.      INDIA REALLY IS A SUPPLY SIDE STORY-MICHAEL WALTON

4.      GET PEOPLE HOOKED TO DATA NOW-NIKHIL PAHWA

5.      LARGER THAN THE DEFICIT AND LOVED BY INDIA INC-P RAGHAVAN

 

THE HINDU

1.      WILL THEY CHANGE?

2.      SERIOUS CONCERNS OVER SAFETY

3.      THE BJP'S BATTLE WITH THE BIG IDEA -VIDYA SUBRAHMANIAM

4.      FOR THE PEACE DIVIDEND -BEENA SARWAR

5.      AFTER VIOLENCE IN XINJIANG, CHINESE GOVERNMENT FACES CHALLENGE TO MAINTAIN STABILITY -ANANTH KRISHNAN

 

THE ASIAN AGE

1.      METRO MAN'S LOFTY EXAMPLE

2.      HOW 'REFORMED' IS THE IMF?-JAYATI GHOSH

3.      IRAN ROTATES ON THE AXIS OF AYATOLLAHS AND MILITARY-GOVIND TALWALKAR

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      MISHAP SHAKES DELHI METRO

2.      DIGGING ITS OWN GRAVE

3.      RED TERROR

4.      BALANCE CAG AND DEFENCE INTERFACE-BY PREMVIR DAS

5.      CHINA TAKES STEPS TO BREAK US DOLLAR'S SWAY-BY STEPHEN KING

6.      CHINA TAKES STEPS TO BREAK US DOLLAR'S SWAY-BY STEPHEN KING

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      EXISTENTIAL THREAT

2.      TIPAIMUKH DAM

3.      THE NEW WORLD ORDER-SHANKAR BRATA RAIMEDHI

4.      RESUMPTION OF DOHA TALKS-RABINDRA NATH SARMA

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      MARKET VOLATILITY AN OPPORTUNITY

2.      ELECTRICITY REFORM: CENTRE MUST GET STATES ON BOARD

3.      THE 1970S MEDIA ICON IN THE SOUP

4.      LIBERHAN TENSION

5.      THE WAGES OF 'REGULATORY CAPTURE'=M K VENU

6.      NO SHORT-CIRCUITING OF THE POWER POLICY, PLEASE=JAIDEEP MISHRA

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      METRO MAN'S LOFTY EXAMPLE

2.      THE KARGIL WAR: A FEUD FOR THOUGHT-BY BY SHANKAR ROYCHOWDHURY

3.      FROG IS BOILING, WHY IS THE US NOT JUMPING? -BY BY PAUL KRUGMAN

4.      HOW 'REFORMED' IS THE IMF? -BY BY JAYATI GHOSH

5.      IRAN ROTATES ON THE AXIS OF AYATOLLAHS AND MILITARY - BY GOVIND TALWALKAR

6.      MATA JAI AMBE IS THE SOURCE OF SUPREME DIVINITY -BY BY CHUNKY PANDEY

7.      REFORMS MUST MAKE LEARNING EASIER -BY BY B. RAMADEVI

 

THE STATESMAN

1.      ROAD FROM L'AQUILA 

2.      TURF TUSSLE

3.      AS SHE IS SPELT

 

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      SELL THE KING

2.      STRANGE ACTION

3.      MANAGING HEALTHCARE -ASHOK V. DESAI

4.      COME OUT IN THE OPEN -MALVIKA SINGH

 

DECCAN HERALD

1.      FAILED FORMULAS IN NEW CLOTHING-BY ANURADHA MITTAL

2.      ROAD RAGE DRAMA-BY MEERA SESHADRI

 

THE NEW YORK TIMES

1.      QUESTIONING JUDGE SOTOMAYOR

2.      A NEW VOICE FOR THE NATIONAL PARKS

3.      THE TRUTH ABOUT DASHT-I-LEILI

4.      MORE IMMIGRATION NON-SOLUTIONS

 

I. THE NEWS

1.      HONEST WORDS

2.      OWN GOAL?

               

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      GILANI MUSTERING COURAGE TO SPEAK TRUTH

2.      POLITICAL LEADERSHIP'S ROLE IN DRONE ATTACKS

3.      COUNTRY-WIDE PROTESTS AGAINST POWER OUTAGES

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      THREATENED ICON

2.      SAVE DU BOOKS

3.      AN INSANE LANGUAGE...!

 

THE DAWN

1.      WHY THIS DELAY?

2.      BORDERING ON CENSORSHIP

3.      CHILD RIGHTS DENIED

4.      THE PAKHTUN CONUNDRUM-BY SHAHID JAVED BURKI

5.      JUST NOT CRICKET-BY KAMRAN SHAFI

6.      ART AND CLIMATE CHANGE- BY MADELEINE BUNTING

7.      THE 'UNTOUCHABLE' MAYAWATI-BY RAHUL SINGH

 

CHINA DAILY

1.      LIFE-SAVING UYGURS

2.      DON'T TWIST FACTS

3.      KEEP ONLINE OPINIONS ON TRACK

4.      MACAO THROWS MAKEOVER SURPRISE

 

JAPAN TIMES

1.      TOKYO'S VOTERS HAVE SPOKEN

2.      THE RIGHT TO KNOW ABOUT OKINAWA

3.      WHY IS JAPAN INTROVERTED?-BY KAZUO OGOURA

 

THE AUSTRALIAN

1.      WE MAKE THE DISASTER OF DIVORCE TOO EASY

2.      FUNDS FOR THE FUTURE

3.      STUNNING, NOT KILLING

 

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

1.      ECONOMIES DON'T GROW IN PRISON

2.      ARCHITECTURE IS MORE THAN MERCHANDISE

 

THE GUARDIAN

1.      IN PRAISE OF ... RICHARD SENNETT

2.      UKFI: GLORIFIED CARETAKERS

3.      TRIDENT POLL: DISARMING OPINIONS

 

THE KOREA HERALD

1.      KOREA-EU FTA

2.      HIMALAYA ACCIDENT

 

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