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Tuesday, July 21, 2009

EDITORIAL 21.07.09

July 21, 2009

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Month July 09, Edition 000251, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul


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THE PIONEER

1.      MAKE US PICK UP ITS TAB

2.      TWO YEARS FOR SIX LIVES

3.      US UNEQUAL TO INDIA-SANDHYA JAIN

4.      GOOD TO DE-LINK TERROR, TALKS-MOHD YAHYA ANSARI

5.      LET'S NOT BE TOO HASTY-D SUBA CHANDRAN

6.      TACKLING MAOISTS-CP BHAMBHRI

7.      A TERRIFYING EXISTENCE-RICHARD L BENKIN

8.      40 YEARS LATER, IT REMAINS A GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      FRANK AND FAIR

2.      TO BOLDLY GO

LEFT-HAND DRIVE TO NOWHERE-

4.      LET'S HEAR IT FOR CONSUMERISM

WHY LESS IS MORE-

6.      DON'T CRY FOUL OVER INDIA SIGNING ENVIRONMENT DECLARATION -NARAYANI GANESH

ANYTHING BUT THE TRUTH-

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      A DECENT PROPOSAL

2.      THE JOKE'S ON HIM

3.      SO ANTI-CLIMACTIC

4.      DARRYL D'MONTE

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      WITH NO EXCEPTION

2.      SEARCHING FOR A DEAL

3.      CANTT DO SPIRIT

4.      WATCH YOUR WORDS-MIHIR S. SHARMA

5.      THE PROBLEM WITH POWER-YOGINDER K. ALAGH

6.      RESISTING THE ARROGANCE OF INTELLECT-PRATAP BHANU MEHTA

7.      REBUILDING FROM RUINS-FAREED ZAKARIA

8.      REALITY ON STEROIDS-SHAILAJA BAJPAI

9.      WIKIPEDIA'S IMAGE PROBLEM-NOAM COHEN

 

THE FINENCIAL EXPRESS

1.      WELL SCHOOLED?

2.      BEND TO LEND

3.      THE SECOND INFLEXION POINT IN FINANCE-DHIRAJ NAYYAR

4.      WHY INDIAN BANKING IS IN GOOD SHAPE-MV NAIR

5.      IN HILLARY'S SEWA-JYOTSNA BHATNAGAR

 

THE HINDU

1.      MAKING NAM MORE RELEVANT

2.      NO ROOM FOR COMPLACENCY

3.      COPING WITH THE HONDURAN CRISIS -JORGE HEINE

4.      A DAM AND SOME CRITICAL QUESTIONS -V.R. KRISHNA IYER

5.      UTTAR PRADESH: FEUDAL UNDERCURRENTS -VIDYA SUBRAHMANIAM

6.      SWINE FLU: CHAOS OVER RISKS FOR WOMEN -KAREN MCVEIGH

7.      ROULETTE WHEELS FALL SILENT IN RUSSIA -VLADIMIR RADYUHIN

8.      AMAZON'S BIG BROTHER MOVE ON KINDLE -ANDREW CLARK

 

THE ASIAN AGE

1.      KASAB'S GUILTY PLEA: WHAT CAN PAK SAY?

2.      OVERCOME RURAL POVERTY

3.      JAYATI GHOSH

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      TWO YEARS FOR KILLING SIX!

2.      TERROR SYNDICATE-PUNISH THE KHAPS

3.      ONE SMALL STEP FOR MAN, ONE GIANT RETREAT FROM MANKIND-BY PAUL FARHI

4.      DELHI DURBAR

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      ENSURE GOVERNANCE

2.      DIVESTMENT ROAD-MAP

3.      POPULATION MIGRATION TO ASSAM-DR PRABIN BAISHYA

4.      DEVELOPMENT: CHALLENGES GALORE-DR B K MUKHOPADHYAY

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      OVERHAULING COMPANIES BILL

2.      INCREMENTAL PROGRESS IN INDO-PAK TIES

3.      FAME ON A PLATTER

4.      MARATHA GAMES

5.      GOVT REVISITS UMBRELLA FINANCIAL REGULATOR PLAN-DHEERAJ TIWARI

6.      NSE WEIGHS LISTING GLOBAL ETFS ON ITSELF-DEEPTHA RAJKUMAR

7.      REALTY REVIVAL LIFTS HOME RETAIL -WRITANKAR MUKHERJEE & SREERADHA D BASU

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      KASAB'S GUILTY PLEA: WHAT CAN PAK SAY?

2.      JAKARTA: TERROR STRIKES AT ROOTS OF DEMOCRACY -BY BY SHANKARI SUNDARARAMAN

3.      DON'T JUST BE FIRM WITH PAK. RAISE PRESSURE -BY BY ANIL BHAT

4.      LOST IN THE CLOUD -BY BY JONATHAN ZITTRAIN

5.      OVERCOME RURAL POVERTY -BY BY JAYATI GHOSH

6.      IN PURSUIT OF INNOVATION -BY BY RORY SUTHERLAND

 

THE STATESMAN

1.      IN SEARCH OF LEARNING

2.      RECRUITING RIOTS TOO COMMON TO IGNORE

3.      ONLINE DATA

4.      IN-HOUSE QUOTA

 

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      PARTY CHANGED

2.      ON TOP

3.      TOO MANY HEARSES -ANABEL LOYD

4.      LET THE SKIES OPEN -MALVIKA SINGH

 

DECCAN HERALD

1.      A MIXED PICTURE OF THE GLOBAL CRISIS-BY PASCAL LAMY, IPS

2.      MY WORLD OF COLOURS-BY SUDHA MADHAVAN

 

THE NEW YORK TIMES

1.      THE SOTOMAYOR NOMINATION

2.      137 YEARS LATER

3.      GUN CRAZY IN THE SENATE

4.      CHILDBIRTH IN CHAINS

 

I. THE NEWS

1.      THE OSTRICH SOLUTION

2.      KARACHI CRIPPLED

 

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      PREPOSTEROUS ALLEGATIONS OF CLINTON

2.      MUSH'S WORD OF ADVICE TO US

3.      PATHETIC LIFE OF KARACHIITES

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      GOOD-BYE, TAJ

2.      CENTRAL BANK POLICY

3.      NANO AND THE 800..!

 

THE DAWN

1.      UNPREPARED YET AGAIN

2.      OIL SPOILS

3.      CHECKS ON MADRESSAHS

4.      INDIA'S CHALLENGES-BY SHAHID JAVED BURKI

5.      GET YOUR ACT TOGETHER, SIRS-BY KAMRAN SHAFI

6.      TWO THINGS THAT WON'T HAPPEN-BY GWYNNE DYER

7.      DISBANDING NAB-BY ASLAM PERVAIZ ABRO

 

CHINA DAILY

1.      WASHINGTON POST LIES

2.      BEWARE HOUSING BUBBLE

3.      FINANCIAL CRISIS HANDLED WELL

4.      NOT THE SAME, BUT NOT VERY DIFFERENT EITHER

 

KOREA TIMES

1.      DEEP IN RED

2.      NEW FLU SURGES

 

THE AUSTRALIAN

1.      BUSINESS AS USUAL WILL UNDERMINE EXTREMISTS

2.      SHUN PROTECTIONISM

3.      LET PARENTS DECIDE

 

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

1.      TEST OF ENDURANCE IN AFGHANISTAN

2.      ASHES TO ASHES: CRICKET EXPOSED

 

THE GUARDIAN

1.      EQUALITIES AND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION: TROUBLE AT THE TOP

2.      IN PRAISE OF ... DACHAS

3.      BANKING AND POLITICS: HOW BANKERS GOT AWAY WITH IT

 

THE KOREA HERALD

1.              NATION BRANDING

2.      PARK GEUN-HYE POLITICS

3.      PETER SINGER

 

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