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Thursday, July 23, 2009

EDITORIAL 23.07.09

July 23, 2009

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THE PIONEER

1.      ANOTHER SCAM EXPOSED

2.      CAGED AND WHIPPED

3.      A SHARM-LESS SURRENDER-G PARTHASARATHY

4.      SAVING THE FRENCH REVOLUTION-PRIYADARSI DUTTA

5.      NO MERIT IN EARLY MARRIAGE-SHAILAJA CHANDRA

6.      LIVING WITH VIOLENCE-HIRANMAY KARLEKAR

7.      FEEDING MUSLIM SEPARATISM-PRAFULL GORADIA

8.      FEEDING MUSLIM SEPARATISM-PRAFULL GORADIA

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      FIGHT SMARTER

2.      BILLS APART

3.      STRENGTH IN UNITY-

4.      MUCH ADO ABOUT MINOR BREACH

5.      FRISKING NATIONAL ICON OUTRAGEOUS-

6.      SCARED KASAB, SCARY KASAB -BACHI KARKARIA 

7.      HISTORY AT LORD'S-

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      TRADE DOWN, TIME TO TALK

2.      LIFE'S AN OPEN SERIAL

3.      THE SOUND OF MUSIC-SITARAM YECHURY

4.      THE GREAT FIREWALL-RAJIV ARORA

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      THANKS, DR KALAM

2.      DMO, DELAYS

3.      ISLANDS APART?

4.      WHAT CLASS ARE YOU IN?-PRATAP BHANU MEHTA

5.      DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS-ANNA STRATIS

6.      COMMAND AND CONTROL IN IRAN-RAMIN JAHANBEGLOO

7.      THE TEST OF TIME-KUNAL PRADHAN

8.      VIEW FROM THE RIGHT-SUMAN K JHA

 

THE FINENCIAL EXPRESS

1.      STILL INDIA'S IMPERIAL BANK

2.      ALL TOGETHER NOW

3.      WHY RBI'S LOGIC ON DMO DOES NOT HOLD-JAYANTH R VARMA

4.      GETTING REAL ON GROWTH PROSPECTS-ADITYA PURI

5.      MINISTER SAI PRATHAP TRIES TO MAKE A MARK-RISHI RAJ

 

THE HINDU

1.      EUMA CANNOT BE JUSTIFIED

2.      A RELATIVELY STABLE FLOW

3.      WHERE THE STATE PAYS FOR TEACHERS OF HATE -PRAVEEN SWAMI

4.      MELGHAT: A SYNONYM FOR MALNUTRITION -MEENA MENON

5.      THE PLIGHT OF BRITAIN'S ANCIENT TREES -PATRICK BARKHAM

6.      THE PITFALLS OF RACIAL PROFILING IN CAMBRIDGE -ED PILKINGTON

7.      SEIZING CELL PHONES WILL NOT WIN WAR ON PIRACY -CORY DOCTOROW

 

THE ASIAN AGE

1.      COMPULSION ON LANGUAGE IS BAD

2.      A TERRIBLE NEW BATTLEFIELD IN UP'S POWER POLITICS

3.      ANTARA DEV SEN

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      A DISGRACEFUL ACT

2.      MOTHER AND CHILD

3.      SONG OF LIFE

4.      A NEW BEGINNING-BY MAHARAJAKRISHNA RASGOTRA

5.      DEDICATED SCHOLAR OF SIKHISM-BY ROOPINDER SINGH

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      POLITICIAN-MILITANT NEXUS

2.      ERODING ASSET

3.      15th NAM summit: random musings-Saikh Md Sabah Al-Ahmed

4.      LOK SABHA POLLS AND THE MEDIA-DR ABHIJIT BORA

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      CAPITAL INFLOWS BEGIN

2.      FRISK EVERYBODY

3.      SOLAR SPECTACLE

4.      SAY 'NO' AT COPENHAGEN-ARVIND PANAGARIYA

5.      WHEN WILL TUR DAL TOUCH RS 100/KG?-NIDHI NATH SRINIVAS

6.      GOLD-MINE SACHS IS AN ILLUSION-TT RAM MOHAN

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      COMPULSION ON LANGUAGE IS BAD

2.      CAN A CHANGE IN RULE HELP JAPAN'S POLITICS? -BY BY S. NIHAL SINGH

3.      SAVING AFGHAN WITH THOSE 'TOO DUMB TO QUIT' -BY BY THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN

4.      A TERRIBLE NEW BATTLEFIELD IN UP'S POWER POLITICS -BY BY ANTARA DEV SEN

 

THE STATESMAN

1.      A TALK WITH MR GILANI 

2.      AMPLIFIES THE INSULT

3.      RALLY HO!

4.      JUNAGADH JOLT

 

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      LONG TERM FOCUS

2.      FRISK THEM ALL

3.      DREAM OF A UNIVERSITY -TAPAS MAJUMDAR

4.      HOPE AMIDST TURMOIL -NEHA SAHAY

 

DECCAN HERALD

1.      AD BREAKS IN AN INDIAN DREAM-BY COLIN TODHUNTER

2.      THE LURE OF BEACHES-BY LAKSHMI NAIR

 

THE NEW YORK TIMES

1.      CIT ON THE VERGE

2.      NEW YORK'S PHANTOM GOVERNMENT

3.      THE TRUTH ABOUT CARS AND CELLPHONES

4.      NIXON AND KHRUSHCHEV, THE END OF AN UNSCRIPTED ERA

 

I. THE NEWS

1.      DESTINY'S CHILD

2.      BUILDING COLLAPSE

 

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      GOVERNMENT SHOULD SEE WRITING ON THE WALL

2.      GIVE A SERIOUS THOUGHT TO ISLAMIC MICRO-FINANCING

3.      FASCINATING IDEA OF RURAL BOOK CLUBS

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      INDO-BANGLA LINK

2.      BEAUTY, PAR-EXCELLENCE

3.      HURRAH BANGLADESH…!

 

THE DAWN

1.      SOLUTIONS OR MANAGEMENT?

2.      LIVES IN DANGER

3.      THE RAW DOSSIER

4.      GUARDING OUR LIBERTIES -BY DR TARIQ RAHMAN

5.      JAPANESE TOWNS FACE EXTINCTION -BY JUSTIN MCCURRY

6.      OUT OF PUTIN SHADOW -BY SIMON TISDALL

7.      EDUCATION FOR DEMOCRACY -BY ANWAR ABBAS

 

CHINA DAILY

1.      BETTER WITHOUT TOBACCO

2.      SOLAR SPECTACLE

3.      TRUE MODERNITY IN MODERN DAYS

4.      SHARED VISION OF PEACE, FROM EU TO ASIA

 

 

THE KOREA TIMES

1.      TOUGH, DIRECT APPROACH

2.      POLITICS IN JAPAN

3.      MEASURES FOR IMPERIAL PRESIDENCY-BY KIM JONG-CHAN(POLITICAL EDITOR)

 

THE AUSTRALIAN

1.      MOONLIGHT STATE'S DANGEROUS LIAISONS

2.      END REMOTE RIP-OFFS

3.      KEEP TALKING TO TEENS

 

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

1.      BLACK SOIL, COAL AND WATER

2.      RED CARDS FOR ABUSIVE PARENTS

 

THE GUARDIAN

1.      AFGHANISTAN: DANGEROUS ILLUSIONS

2.      LIBERAL DEMOCRATS: PROGRESSIVE AUSTERITY

3.      IN PRAISE OF … BURMA VJ

 

THE KOREA HERALD

1.      SSM QUANDARY

2.      HELPING OTHERS

3.      LACK OF GREAT ASIAN TRADING COMPANIES-ANDREW SHENG

4.      REMEMBERING THE LIFE AND WORK OF POLAND'S SOCRATES-ANDRZEJ RAPACZYNSKI

 

JAPAN TIMES

1.      TRAVEL BAN ON NORTH OFFICIALS

2.      LOWER-PRICE TREND STRENGTHENS

 

THE GAZETTE

1.      OTTAWA SHOULD MOVE FAST ON FOOD-SAFETY REPORT

2.      DIVERS/CITÉ DECISION PANDERS TO REDNECKS

 

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