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Monday, July 20, 2009

EDITORIAL 20.07.09

July 20, 2009

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Month July 09, Edition 000250, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul


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THE PIONEER

  1. CPM ABDICATES AUTHORITY
  2. HOTELS ON JIHAD'S RADAR
  3. LET'S NOT BLAME THE 'SYSTEM'-ARUN NEHRU
  4. SHAMEFUL SURRENDER BY PM AT SHARM-KARAN THAKUR
  5. ISLAMISTS TARGET HOTELS-B RAMAN
  6. POLITICS OF VIOLENCE-SHIKHA MUKERJEE
  7. NOT THE RIGHT PRESCRIPTION-SHIVAJI SARKAR
  8. CRITICISING MEMORIALS SHOWS ANTI-DALIT MENTALITY-DIWAKAR TRIPATHI

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

  1. WILTING LOTUS
  2. FASTEN SEAT BELTS
  3. AUTONOMY? THINK AGAIN
  4. 'THERE'S BEEN NO LET-UP IN PAKISTAN'S SPONSORSHIP OF TERROR'
  5. A MOST TRUSTED MAN-

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

  1. THE COST OF TRAUMA
  2. IT'S ONLY A PAPER MOON
  3. WESTERN DISTURBANCE-ASHOK MALIK ASHOK MALIK
  4. WHEN THE BJP SANGH THE BLUES-PANKAJ VOHRA

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

  1. CAPACITY TO LEAD
  2. WILL TO POWER
  3. PLAYER, MEDIATOR
  4. BEFORE THE CHANCE FADES
  5. TARGET 2045-KRISHNA SINGH
  6. 'PEOPLE HAVE ACCEPTED THAT THE DMRC IS INFALLIBLE... IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG, THEY GET JOLTED. THAT IS WHAT HAS HAPPENED HERE'

 

THE FINENCIAL EXPRESS

  1. GLASS HALF EMPTY
  2. THE BIG TWO
  3. DELHI METRO'S REAL PROBLEM: KEEPING TALENT-RC ACHARYA
  4. ASSESSING ASSET PRICE BUBBLES-SHRUTHI JAYARAM      
  5. GM IS THE FUTURE-JOSEPH VACKAYIL

 

THE HINDU

  1. CHANDRAYAAN-1'S TIME OF TROUBLES
  2. VACCINE INEQUITIES
  3. ISLAMIST FIGHTERS ON THE SILK ROAD -M.K. BHADRAKUMAR
  4. CASTING HIMSELF IN A NEW LIGHT -ELAINE SCIOLINO
  5. EPIC RECALLING PIONEERING TRADE UNIONISTS RE-ISSUED -SHEILA ROWBOTHAM
  6. 13 States insure more children -Kevin Sack

 

THE ASIAN AGE

  1. SIPAHIS TO USHER IN A REVOLUTION
  2. DELHI, DON'T JUST HELP, TRY TO ENGAGE WITH KABUL-RADHA KUMAR

 

THE TRIBUNE

  1. SHARIF'S TRIUMPH
  2. JAKARTA BOMBINGS
  3. DEN OF CORRUPTION
  4. AFGHANISTAN GEARS UP FOR ANOTHER ELECTION-BY IAN BIRRELL
  5. PUNJAB BUDGET SILENT ON SUBSIDIES-BY RANJIT SINGH GHUMAN
  6. CHATTERATI-BY DEVI CHERIAN

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

  1. NEW INDUSTRIAL POLICY
  2. SICK PSUS
  3. IDENTITY POLITICS OF THE WAYWARD KIND-RANEN KUMAR GOSWAMI
  4. NEW ENGINEERING COLLEGES: QUANTITY VS QUALITY-DR BIPIN BORAH

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

  1. GENIE TAKEN TO COURT
  2. PREPARE FOR DROUGHT
  3. OFF TO A GOOD START
  4. DOHA TO GENEVA VIA NEW DELHI-T S VISHWANATH
  5. RBI'S JOB JUST GOT MUCH TOUGHER-MYTHILI BHUSNURMATH

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

  1. SIPAHIS TO USHER IN A REVOLUTION -BY BY OUR CORRESPONDENT
  2. A VIRGINITY TEST FOR INDIA'S DEMOCRACY -BY BY JAYANTHI NATARAJAN
  3. TIME FOR US TO LEAVE AFGHAN? NO, NOT YET-BY BY THOMAS L. RIEDMAN
  4. DELHI, DON'T JUST HELP, TRY TO ENGAGE WITH KABUL -BY BY RADHA KUMAR
  5. ROMANCING THE SPACE -BYBY MARY WAKEFIELD
  6. MAKE SYLLABUS RELEVANT, UNIFORM -BY BY M. AHAMADULLAH

 

THE STATESMAN

  1. THE BANDH 
  2. SIGNIFICANT VERDICT
  3. THE FRIDAY SERMON

 

THE TELEGRAPH

  1. FOR CHOICE
  2. QUICK FIX
  3. THE EXTRA PICTURE -ASHOK MITRA
  4. TROUBLED PERIPHERY -GWYNNE DYER

 

DECCAN HERALD

  1. US-RUSSIAN RELATIONS: TOUGH ROAD AHEAD-BY MIKHAIL GORBACHEV
  2. A FASHIONABLE COVER UP-KAMALA BALACCHANDRAN

 

THE NEW YORK TIMES

  1. SHARKS CIRCLE IN CONGRESS
  2. COSTS AND BENEFITS
  3. WALTER CRONKITE

 

I. THE NEWS

  1. RAIN — AND DEATH
  2. AMERICA & PEACE IN SOUTH ASIA

 

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

  1. WE APPRECIATE THE KEENNESS OF PM BUT…
  2. HASSLE FREE REPATRIATION OF IDPS
  3. REST ASSURED, OURNUCLEAR  ASSETS ARE SAFE!-ZAHID MALIK

 

THE INDEPENDENT

  1. BREACH OF EMBANKMENT
  2. NATIONAL UNITY
  3. STILL YOURSELF…!

 

THE DAWN

  1. FATA 'DEVELOPMENT'
  2. A COSTLY NON-PROBE
  3. PRESSURE ON HISTORY
  4. THE TALIBAN EXPD-BY AHMAD FARUQUI
  5. TOOL TO FACILITATE CENSORSHIP-BY HUMA YUSUF
  6. A SETBACK FOR THE ICC-BY CHERIE BOOTH
  7. US: A DREAM GONE SOUR-BY BINA SHAH

 

 

CHINA DAILY

  1. REGULATE CREDIT CARDS
  2. PRICELESS WATER
  3. XINJIANG'S FUTURE CAN'T BE SABOTAGED
  4. HALF-TRUTHS FULL OF THREATS

 

JAPAN TIMES

  1. H1N1 FLU STILL SPREADING
  2. GUBERNATORIAL INFLUENCE
  3. TWO BROTHERS COMPETING ON JAPAN'S POLITICAL LADDER

 

THE AUSTRALIAN

  1. OBAMA'S TOUGH TALK
  2. A SAD LOSS, A JUST CAUSE
  3. MORE EAGLES WILL LAND

 

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

  1. JAKARTA BOMBS LAND A FUTILE BLOW
  2. THE MINISTER FOR LUNCHES

 

THE GUARDIAN

  1. CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM: RETREAT NOT RADICALISM
  2. CONGO: PERILOUS PEACE
  3. IN PRAISE OF … SWAN-UPPING

 

THE KOREA HERALD

  1. OUT OF STEAM?

 

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