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Friday, August 21, 2009

EDITORIAL 21.08.09

August 21, 2009

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Month August 21, Edition 000277, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul


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THE PIONEER

1.      CONSENSUS AT LAST

2.      LEFT IN THE LURCH

3.      JINNAH IS NOT RELEVANT-BALBIR K PUNJ

4.      OBAMA GUIDED BY GOOD JIHAD!-DANIEL PIPES

5.      ZARDARI'S GRAND STRATEGY-D SUBA CHANDRAN

6.      EDUCATION SUFFERS-PRAFULL GORADIA

7.      THE DISGRACE THAT WAS NOT

8.      CABINET MINISTERS LIKE AMBIKA SONI AND PRAFUL PATEL SHOULD WORK FOR -KALYANI SHANKAR

9.      RUSSIA GEARS UP FOR POSSIBLE STAR WARS-ILYA KRAMNIK

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      RIGHT ROYAL MESS

2.      GET VIRUS WISE

3.      EPIC EXAGGERATIONS-

4.      'IN A FORMAL SENSE I'LL RETIRE ON DECEMBER 31 THIS YEAR'

5.      BARBER NAMA: CUTTING EDGE-

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      MITIGATION WILL BE THE KEY

2.      MISPLACED PRIORITIES-RAJDEEP SARDESAI

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      IRON-CLAD LOGIC

2.      WHO TO OPPOSE?

3.      GIVING THE SLIP

4.      SET THE RECORD RIGHT-JAITHIRTH RAO

5.      BITTER SWEET-YOGINDER K. ALAGH

6.      WHEN IN DOUBT, AMEND-INDER MALHOTRA

7.      GREASING PALMS-AMIT AHUJA

THE FINENCIAL EXPRESS

1.      LIES, DAMN LIES AND POVERTY STATISTICS

2.      TERRA PHARMA

3.      MAYBE IT'S NOT A DEAD CAT BOUNCE-AVINASH D PERSAUD

4.      PROVE THAT GROWTH IS INCLUSIVE-MICHAEL WALTON

5.      WHAT AMERICA CAN TEACH US ABOUT MID-DAY MEALS-JAYA JUMRANI

 

THE HINDU

1.      VVIPS AND SECURITY PROCEDURES

2.      CHANGING PROFILE OF BANKING

3.      A HOMECOMING FOR YESTERDAY'S JIHADISTS? -PRAVEEN SWAMI

4.      MOHAMMAD ALI JINNAH AS THE HINDU SAW HIM

5.      INDIA'S NEW BURST OF ECONOMIC DIPLOMACY IN EAST ASIA – P.S. SURYANARAYANA

6.      THE DIMINISHING OF INDIAN DEMOCRACY -SIDDHARTH VARADARAJAN

7.      PROBE EXPOSES FORGED LETTERS -SUZANNE GOLDENBERG

 

THE ASIAN AGE

1.      A STABLE KABUL WILL HELP INDIA

2.      ONLY A REVOLT FROM WITHIN CAN SAVE CPM FROM ITSELF-S. NIHAL SINGH

3.      APATHY ON DISPLAY-SHEKHAR BHATIA

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      A RATTLED PARTY

2.      MODI'S INTOLERANCE

3.      PLOTS FOR MLAS

4.      PRIDE AND PREJUDICE-KULDIP NAYAR

5.      N. KOREA APPEARS TO CHANGE GEARS-BY BLAINE HARDEN

6.      WHY DO SOME PEOPLE NEED SUCH LITTLE SLEEP?-BY STEVE CONNOR

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      JASWANT'S EXPULSION

2.      LIGHTNING BOLT

3.      THE PROPOSED TIPAIMUKH POWER PROJECT-DWAIPAYAN

4.      LAND ACQUISITION AND REHABILITATION LAWS-WALTER FERNANDES

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      BJP IN DISARRAY

2.      WAKE-UP CALL

3.      HOW NOT TO TACKLE H1N1

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      A STABLE KABUL WILL HELP INDIA

2.      IT SERVES TO COMPETE, NOT CLASH, WITH CHINA - BY SRINATH RAGHAVAN

3.      IF BHUTTO COULD BE TRIED, SO SHOULD PERVEZ - BY KAMRAN SHAFI

4.      ONLY A REVOLT FROM WITHIN CAN SAVE CPM FROM ITSELF - BY S. NIHAL SINGH

5.      FINDING SOLUTIONS IN TV DANCING - BY GAIL COLLINS

6.      A ROMANCE WITH HISTORY'S DEVILS- BY KATE WILLIAMS

 

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      MIXED CODE

2.      HOME TRUTHS

3.      FROM DESPAIR TO HOPE - MALVIKA SINGH

 

THE STATESMAN

1.      AT UNESCO'S DOOR

2.      JASWANT DUMPED

3.      VARIETIES OF UNTRUTH

4.      A BROKEN HEART REALLY DOES

5.      'CONSIDERED READ'

 

DECCAN HERALD

1.      NEED TO TACKLE THE CANKER OF CORRUPTION-BY PRABHAKAR KULKARNI

2.      IT'S ALL IN THE MIND-BY MEERA SESHADRI

 

THE NEW YORK TIMES

1.      LIGHT IN THE FORESTS

2.      AN UNFIT JUDGE

3.      AFGHANISTAN VOTES

4.      PACKING IRON BEFORE THE CAMERAS

 

I.THE NEWS

1.      MUSHARRAF'S TRIAL?

2.      FRAGMENTED FORCE?

3.      AUTO-DA-FE

 

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      TRIAL OF MUSHARRAF

2.      EXTREMISM OF ANOTHER SORT

3.      THE GIMMICK OF TWO-DAY WEEKEND

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      CHT PEACE ACCORD

2.      RESTRUCTURING BDR

3.      BE STILL AND LISTEN…!-ROBERT CLEMENTS

 

THE AUSTRALIAN

1.      WORKPLACE CHANGES REFLECT THE 1960S

2.      SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL

3.      POOR PRIVY COUNSELS

 

THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

1.      HARDIE FINES ARE NOT THE FULL STORY

2.      KEEP THE SPOOKS IN THE BACKGROUND

 

THE GUARDIAN

1.      A-LEVEL RESULTS: BREACH OF PROMISE

2.      IN PRAISE OF... READER'S DIGEST

3.      TAX AVOIDANCE: THE CRACKDOWN CONTINUES

 

JAPAN TIMES

1.      DEVOLUTION MOVES FORWARD

2.      NEW FLU CLAIMS LIVES

3.      DECAY OF JAPANESE POLITICS-BY SHINJI FUKUKAWA

 

THE KOREA HERALD

1.      FUNERAL DIPLOMACY

2.      YOUR LIFE ON PAPER - RESUME AND CV -M.K. THOMPSON

 

CHINA DAILY

1.      LEADEN HEART

2.      MORE FOOD FOR THOUGHT

3.      ON THE ROAD TO DEVELPOMENT WITH ASEAN

4.      FIGHT THE HYDRA OF CORRUPTION

 

THE JAKARTA POST

1.      RAMADAN: REFINING SPIRITUALITY-DYNA ROCHMYANINGSIH , TANGERANG, BANTEN 

2.      FIRE THE KPU

 

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