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EDITORIAL 30.07.09

July 30, 2009

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Month July 09, Edition 000259, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul


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THE PIONEER

1.      PM SAYS IT'S A VICTORY

2.      A CITY OF DISASTERS

3.      TERMS OF SURRENDER-RAJIV DOGRA

4.      MAYAWATI NOT JUST A DALIT-TRINA JOSHI

5.      THEY STILL CALL ME MA

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      FARCE IN SRINAGAR

2.      RELIC OF THE PAST

3.      EDUCATION UNBOUND-

4.      SPORTING GEAR HAS ALWAYS EVOLVED

5.      IT'S THE SWIMMER, NOR THE SUIT-

6.      NANDAN-JI'S NEW ID -BACHI KARKARIA

7.      THE CASTE PARADOX-

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      A DROUGHT OF IDEAS

2.      THE TASTE OF LEARNING

3.      STILL ON THE RAILS-YASHWANT RAJ

4.      NO SOFT LANDING-KUMKUM DASGUPTA

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      HOUSE THAT

2.      WITH OR WITHOUT HER

3.      GROW UP

4.      THE LONGEST CAMPAIGN-SEEMA CHISHTI

5.      OFF THE MAP-SIDDHARTH AGARWAL

6.      THE LONGEST CAMPAIGN-SEEMA CHISHTI

 

THE FINENCIAL EXPRESS

1.      AMBANI VS AMBANI

2.      THE RESULT SO FAR

3.      THE FIGHT ISN'T CREATING A FRIGHT, AS YET-SUBHOMOY BHATTACHARJEE

4.      WHAT KIND OF INFLATION, WHY BUY DOLLARS-BIBEK DEBROY

5.      BEING POOR AND GREEN DOESN'T MEAN HAPPY-JAYA JUMRANI

 

THE HINDU

1.      THE DANGERS OF LOW FARCE

2.      ARIHANT ENTERS THE WATER

3.      SOVIET UNION IN THE RACE TO THE MOON -N. GOPAL RAJ

4.     WE EXERCISED GREAT RESTRAINT… BUT MADE IT CLEAR THAT PAKISTAN MUST ACT: MANMOHAN

5.      DIEGO GARCIA RENDITION VICTIM'S COURT CHALLENGE -AFUA HIRSCH

6.      CHINA TO HAND OUT FEWER DEATH PENALTIES

 

THE ASIAN AGE

1.      FILLIP BY FM, RBI CAUTIOUS

2.      TIME FOR REALTY CHECK?

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      PRICES AND TEMPERS SOAR

2.      THE METRO MESSAGE

3.      MURDER FOR 'HONOUR'

4.      CLAIMS OF RAILWAYS MAKING PROFITS UNJUSTIFIED-BY ARABINDA GHOSE

5.      FIGHTING AFGHAN OPPRESSION-BY GLYN STRONG

6.      MILK CONTRIBUTES TO LONGEVITY-BY JEREMY LAURANCE

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      THE SHOPIAN PROBE

2.      I-DAY SECURITY

3.      BAD GOVERNANCE AND MIZORAM MAUTAM-ABU NASAR SAIED AHMED

4.      INDIA AT THE TOP OF WORLD GREEN INDEX-BANASHREE BARUAH

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      GOVERNMENT ACCUSED OF BIAS

2.      VULGAR POLITICKING IN J&K

3.      PERFORMANCE MATTERS, NOT SHAPE

4.      CREATING A SUBALTERN STIMULUS

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      FILLIP BY FM, RBI CAUTIOUS

2.      INDIA HAS A WORLDVIEW, NOW BEAM IT WORLDWIDE -BY S. NIHAL SINGH

3.      AFFIRMATION OF LIFE IN WATSON'S GOLF SWING -BY THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN

4.      TIME FOR REALTY CHECK? -BY ANUJ PURI

5.      THE WOMAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH -BY MAHIR ALI

6.      GOODBYE SARAH, HELLO HILLARY -BY MAUREEN DOWD

 

THE STATESMAN

1.      UNSTABLE J&K 

2.      RIFT IN THE LUTE

3.      TIDAL TELL-TALE

4.      MRS CLINTON COMES CALLING-SALMAN HAIDAR

5.      TO WALK EASY AND FAST,SWING YOUR ARMS-STEVE CONNOR

 

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      HIGHER GROUND

2.      WONDERS CEASE

3.      THE FOOD ECONOMY -BHASKAR DUTTA

4.      BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP SEA -ABHIJIT BHATTACHARYYA

 

DECCAN HERALD

1.      CAN MAKING BOARD EXAM OPTIONAL WORK?-BY MANIKA GHOSH

2.      MODELLING BLUES-BY D V GURUPRASAD

 

THE NEW YORK TIMES

1.      VOTE FOR SAFER FOOD

2.      PERFORMANCE-ENHANCING SWIMSUITS

3.      THE MILITARY IS NOT THE POLICE

4.      A NEW SCHOOL LEADER IN NEW YORK

 

I.THE NEWS

1.      ANOTHER DUD DEAL?

2.      NO SMOKING!

 

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      STRENGTHENING TIES WITH RESOURCE RICH CARS

2.      PHENOMENON OF SYMPATHISERS OF TALIBAN

3.      MANUFACTURING OF BIOGENERIC MEDICINES

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATION

2.      HATS OFF, BOYS

3.      MONSIEUR PRESIDENT IS DEAD...!

 

THE DAWN

1.      FUNDS FOR THE TALIBAN

2.      'PEACE WALLS' -BY HENRY MCDONALD

3.      RENDITION VICTIM'S COURT BATTLE -BY AFUA HIRSCH

 

THE KOREA TIMES

1.      LITTLE HAS CHANGED

2.      SHOULD WE PROMOTE OUR 'DONG'?

3.      IS ENGLISH IN KOREA ONLY FOR KOREANS?-BY JULIAN BARKER

 

THE AUSTRALIAN

1.      RUDD MUST BE READY

2.      ASPIRING IMMIGRANTS

3.      A SAD STATE OF ETHICS

 

THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

1.      RUDDERLESS LEADER?

2.      RETIREMENT AGE: 70 IS THE NEW 65

 

THE GUARDIAN

1.      WIND POWER: LOCAL DIFFICULTY

2.      CALIFORNIA: JUDGMENT DAY

3.      IN PRAISE OF… VALERY GERGIEV

 

THE KOREA HERALD

1.      PRESIDENT'S PARDON

2.      A MATTER OF TIMING

3.      SCENARIOS FOR THE COMING GLOBAL ENERGY REVOLUTION -FATIH BIROL

 

JAPAN TIMES

1.      JUDICIAL ROLE OF INTERPRETERS

2.      WORKER EXCESS WORRISOME

3.      JAPAN REACHES A CROSSROAD-BY TOM PLATE

 

CHINA DAILY

1.      FOR GROWTH AND REFORM

2.      SALT ON OUR WOUNDS

3.      MUTUAL TRUST CAN RIDE OVER CHALLENGES

4.      NO SCHEME TO ASSIMILATE UYGURS

 

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