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Wednesday, July 22, 2009

EDITORIAL 22.07.09

July 22, 2009

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Month July 09, Edition 000252, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul


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THE PIONEER

1.      DON'T SHORT-CIRCUIT TRIAL

2.      HILLARY CHARMS INDIA

3.      PRAISE PM FOR SHARM DEAL-ASHOK K MEHTA

4.      CABINET DECISIONS NOT SACROSANCT-MC JOSHI

5.      KANDHAMAL LIES NAILED-SASWAT PANIGRAHI.

6.      ISRAEL'S BEST OFFER YET-BARRY RUBIN

7.      STRATEGISING RETURN TO POWER-ANURADHA DUTT

8.      KASHMIRI WOMAN WHO DOMINATES A MALE TURF-NUSRAT ARA

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      CLOSER TO JUSTICE

2.      UP ONE NOTCH

LOWER THE TEMPERATURE-

4.      'A GOOD MUSICIAN HAS TO PLAY ALL KINDS OF MUSIC'

NEW AGE, OLD MENTALITY-

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      THE TIDE COULD BE TURNING

2.      SUNNY SIDE UPSHOT

3.      BACK IN THE SUMMER OF '69-ARJUN MAHEY

4.      MISSING THE MARK

5.      IT'S NOW UP FOR GRABS-SUHIT SEN

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      BEYOND A VOTE

2.      HOW THEY DIVIDE

3.      HOW TO LOSE THE HIGH GROUND-MENAKA GURUSWAMY

4.      WHO'S AFRAID OF HOMOSEXUALITY?-RAM JETHMALANI

5.      VIEW FROM THE LEFT-MANOJ C G

6.      THE GREAT GAME FOLIO-C. RAJA MOHAN

THE FINENCIAL EXPRESS

1.      PHONY SOLUTIONS

2.      CREDIT WHERE IT'S DUE

3.      WHEN SHOULD WE THINK OF INFLATION?-AVINASH D PERSAUD

4.      INDIANS CAN'T BANK ON THE SYSTEM-MS SUNDARA RAJAN

5.      AD AGENCIES' FEAR OF SUBTRACTION-ALOKANANDA CHAKRABORTY

 

THE HINDU

1.      FAILED COASTAL REGULATIONS

2.      POSITIVE INVESTMENT POLICIES

3.      A 'GOOD' WAR GONE HORRIBLY WRONG -HASAN SUROOR

4.      COVERT ADVERSARIES TO COVERT ALLIES? -PRAVEEN SWAMI

5.      WHEN THE OLD OVERTAKE THE YOUNG -ED PILKINGTON

6.      SUING GOOGLE NO LONGER WORKS IN BRITAIN -ERIC PFANNER

 

THE ASIAN AGE

1.      A DEEPENING RELATIONSHIP

2.      ACCEPTING THE LOVE THAT DOES NOT SPEAK ITS NAME-K.G. KANNABIRAN

3.      'I HAVE LOST MY MOTHER'-KISHORI AMONKAR

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      BETTER THAN EXPECTED

2.      KASAB'S CONFESSION

3.      MANDATE FOR EDUCATION

4.      ANOTHER WAY TO TEACH-BY MANISH JAIN

5.      REMEMBER FRONTIER GANDHI?-BY BHARAT DOGRA AND RESHMA BHARTI

6.      DRAGONFLY FLITS BETWEEN INDIA AND MOZAMBIQUE-BY ANDREW BUNCOMBE

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      DRY SPELL

2.      SLANG TALK

3.      VIOLENCE IN NORTH CACHAR HILLS-UTTAM BATHARI

4.      WOMAN – FROM WARRIOR TO TERRORIST-MOON MOON SARMAH

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      THE JOKE IS ON ZARDARI

2.      RAISING FII CAP IN GOVT SECURITIES HAS FLIP SIDE

3.      A BOOST FOR NUCLEAR POWER

4.      AGRICULTURE: SECRET OF MODI'S SUCCESS -SWAMINATHAN S ANKLESARIA AIYAR

5.      TIDING OVER PRESSURE ON LIQUIDITY-JAIDEEP MISHRA

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      A DEEPENING RELATIONSHIP

2.      IS STOOPING THE ONLY WAY TO CONQUER? -BY BY INDER MALHOTRA

3.      A TRAGIC JOKE PLAYS OUT IN PROUD IRAN -BY BY ROGER COHEN

4.      ACCEPTING THE LOVE THAT DOES NOT SPEAK ITS NAME -BY BY K.G. KANNABIRAN

5.      HOW OBSCENITY BECAME ART -BY BY FRED KAPLAN

 

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      WARMING EARTH

2.      SAME OLD SHOW

3.      MODEST SUCCESS -DIPLOMACY - K.P. NAYAR

4.      STILL THE SHIFT IS SAD -STEPHEN HUGH-JONES

 

DECCAN HERALD

1.      CALIFORNIA DREAMS TURN NIGHTMARES-BY MARK SOMMER,IPS

2.      LAMENT OF AN INFANTRY OFFICER-BY D K HAVANOOR

 

THE NEW YORK TIMES

1.      WHO RULES THE MOBILE BANDS?

2.      CLIMATE LOOPHOLES

3.      THE STUDENT LOAN SCAM

4.      RELIEF FOR THE OWL

 

I. THE NEWS

1.      DAYLIGHT ROBBERY

2.      GROWING FAST

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      PRE-RAMZAN MARKET

2.      HENA DAS: LAST JOURNEY

3.      EVERYBODY LOVES HILLARY...!

 

THE DAWN

1.      HOME TRUTHS

2.      A COURAGEOUS STEP

3.      POWER RIOTS

4.      HUGE DEMOGRAPHIC SHIFT -BY ED PILKINGTON

5.      THE FRENCH SPEAK ENGLISH -BY ZUBEIDA MUSTAFA

6.      TIME TO SHUN THE PAST -BY IQBAL AHMAD KHAN

7.      STATE OF PAKHTUN NATIONALISM -BY NASSER YOUSAF

 

CHINA DAILY

1.      TRUTH ABOUT TALENT

2.      SENSE OF RUMOR

3.      ROAD OF LOVE ON THE PATH TO DEVELOPMENT

4.      THE STRANGE AND HYPOCRITICAL WORLD OF ECONOMISTS

 

KOREA TIMES

1.      ILL-FATED AUTOMAKER

2.      FAULTY URBAN RENEWAL

3.      A NEW ALLIANCE ON TERRORISM?-BY FRANK CHING

 

THE AUSTRALIAN

1.      LIBS ARE OUTSMARTED ON THE ENVIRONMENT

2.      BEARING UP WELL

3.      AGE IS NOT IMPORTANT

 

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

1.      A LINE DRAWN IN JERUSALEM

2.      TV MOJO BACK IN MASTERCHEF

 

THE GUARDIAN

1.      IN PRAISE OF ... GORDON BURN

2.      SOCIAL MOBILITY: AMBITION IS EVERYTHING

3.      GIBRALTAR: ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK

 

THE KOREA HERALD

1.      'GREEN GROWTH' PROJECTS

2.      COMPREHENSIVE PACKAGE

3.      MOVING FROM HATRED TO RECONCILIATION-KIM SEONG-KON

 

JAPAN TIMES

1.      CRITICAL ELECTION TO COME

2.      MEANINGFUL RETURNS FROM SPACE

3.      PROTECTIONIST TREND ON THE RISE-BY DAVID HOWELL

 

THE GAZETTE

1.      CLEAR-CUT CASE OF JUSTICE DENIED

2.      ALLEGATIONS ABOUT CHENEY MUST BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY

 

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