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EDITORIAL 31.07.09

July 31, 2009

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Month July 09, Edition 000260, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul


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THE PIONEER

1.      SONIA LAYS DOWN THE LINE

2.      MAOISTS ON RAMPAGE

3.      CAN'T IGNORE COLOUR IN US-SUNANDA K DATTA-RAY

4.      BURQA LIBERATES MUSLIM WOMEN-N JAMAL ANSARI

5.      CAVING IN TO PAKISTAN-YASHWANT SINHA

6.      US REDEFINES CHINA TIES-DMITRY KOSYREV

7.      GETTING OUT OF THE WOODS-VINAYSHIL GAUTAM

8.      THE COST OF MINORITY APPEASEMENT-PRAFULL GORADIA

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      ENGAGING PAKISTAN

2.      END HONOUR KILLINGS

3.      PEACE AT ANY PRICE?-

4.      'WE DEPLORE MILITARY APPROACHES TO ALTER SOCIAL SITUATIONS'

5.      RESIGN AND RULE-ANOOP KOHLI

6.      MAKING OUT IN ZERO-G-

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      NO CLEAR-CUT EXPLANATION

2.      CROUCHING DRAGON

3.      HIGHER, FASTER, MORE RUNS-GULU EZEKIEL

4.      TWILIGHT YEARS FOR OUR FOREIGN POLICY-RAMACHANDRA GUHA

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      SPOT THE DISPUTE

2.      RIPE FOR REFORM

3.      ALL ABOARD

4.      MAKING SENSE OF PAKISTAN-PRATAP BHANU MEHTA

5.      DISTANT LEARNING-APARNA BASU

6.      2020 VISION-JOHN KURRIEN

7.      JOINT STATEMENT

 

THE FINENCIAL EXPRESS

1.      DON'T RIGHT HISTORY TOO MUCH

2.      NOTES ON THE NEIGHBOUR

3.      SEARCH FOR A NEW WAY TO BEAT GOOGLE-NIKHIL PAHWA

4.      WHY KERALA OPPOSES ASEAN FTA-JOSEPH VACKAYIL

5.      LISTENING TO VERY RESERVED BANK OF INDIA-AJAY SHAH

 

THE HINDU

1.      CLEARING THE AIR

2.      REVISITING THE DEATH PENALTY

3.      COPING WITH ASYMMETRIC VIOLENCE -K.S. JACOB

4.      A GREAT CHINESE INDOLOGIST'S DEATH GOES UNNOTICED IN INDIA -JASWANT SINGH

5.      WHITE FLIGHT" AND SEGREGATION IN U.K. SCHOOLS -HASAN SUROOR

6.      GLOBAL INTEREST IN MAHATMA GANDHI'S JOHANNESBURG HOUSE -DAVID SMITH

7.      SPAIN TO BOLSTER FORCES IN AFGHANISTAN -VICTORIA BURNETT AND RACHEL DONADIO

 

THE ASIAN AGE

1.      SONIA CLARITY ON PAK REASSURING

2.      SPEAK YOUR TRUTH-ROBIN SHARMA

3.      ACTS OF WAR BY PAK DON'T MATCH ITS PEACE LIP-SYNC-ANIL BHAT

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      PM CARRIES THE DAY

2.      OMAR COMES OUT CLEAN

3.      CORRUPTION IN AICTE

4.      WOMAN WHO DARED WEAR TROUSERS FACES PUBLIC FLOGGING-BY KATHERINE BUTLE

5.      SAME RANK, DIFFERENT PENSIONS-BY LT GEN (RETD) RAJ KADYAN

6.      FINANCIAL CRUNCH TESTS RELATIONSHIPS--BY YLAN Q. MUI

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      THE SENSATIONAL TRIAL

2.      DROUGHT-HIT CROPS

3.      QUALITY ENHANCEMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION-HITENDRA NATH SARMA

4.      THE HUMAN IDENTITY IN VAISHNAVISM-PRABODH CHANDRA SHARMA

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP

2.      RULES OF ENGAGEMENT

3.      WHAT A WAY TO ARRIVE

4.      SPENDING VERSUS OUTCOMES

5.      WAITING FOR THE NEW TAX CODE

 

 DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      SONIA CLARITY ON PAK REASSURING

2.      WE WON KARGIL WAR, SO WHY THE SILENCE? -BY BALBIR K. PUNJ

3.      IF MEN MADE BABIES, MORTALITY WOULD DROP -BY NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF

4.      PAK'S ACTS OF WAR DON'T MATCH ITS PEACE TALKS -BY ANIL BHAT

5.      A QUEENLY LIFE -BY BY KAVITA SRIVASTAVA

6.      WHAT THE DEVIL? -BY KAMRAN SHAFI

 

THE STATESMAN

1.      NO, PRIME MINISTER

2.      DEVIANT GUJARAT

3.      UNHAPPY LANDMARK

4.      POLITICS AND MORALITY-NIRMALENDU BIKASH RAKSHIT

 

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      PERFECT PITCH

2.      WHY EXIST?

3.      BACKWARD DISTRICTS NEED THE PRESENCE OF SENIOR IAS OFFICERS -ASHOK MITRA

4.      THE HURT OF THE MATTER -MALVIKA SINGH

 

DECCAN HERALD

1.      ART, APOCALYPSE AND THE FUTURE-BY LEONARDO PADURA FUENTES

2.      MONEY GODDESS-BY L SUBRAMANI

 

THE NEW YORK TIMES

1.      HEROIN ON LONG ISLAND

2.      WASHINGTON STEPS UP ON SCHOOLS

3.      THE SETTLEMENTS ISSUE

4.      ARE WE WHAT WE SEARCH? -BY EDUARDO PORTER

 

I.THE NEWS

1.      END TO MADNESS

2.      BLACK MONEY

3.      THE STONE AGES

 

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      NAZMEEN COME ON ROAD AND RIGHTLY

2.      KSA SNUBS USA

3.      DR ATTA MAKES PAK PROUD

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      CHT PEACE ACCORD

2.      RIGHT TO EYESIGHT

3.      OUR FALSE CEILINGS...!

 

THE KOREA TIMES

1.      STUDY NOW, PAY LATER

2.      UNFIT PANEL HEAD

3.      KOREAN SUMMERS-BY HELEN HYUN HWA LEE

4.      HOME IS WHERE ...-BY KIM HEUNG-SOOK

 

THE AUSTRALIAN

1.      FIRST-RATE PERFORMER

2.      CASH FOR CONTACTS

3.      GREEN CARS AND JOBS ARE ABOUT TOKENISM

 

THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

1.      A SMALL FIRST STEP TO FAIRER BANKING

2.      OBAMA ENGAGES WITH ASIA

 

THE GUARDIAN

1.      ASSISTED SUICIDE: LEGAL AID

2.      IRAQI KIDNAPPING: AN INSIDE JOB

3.      IN PRAISE OF… LUBNA HUSSEIN

 

THE KOREA HERALD

1.      DIRECT TALKS WITH N.K.

2.      'MARINE BOY' PROBLEMS

3.      HOW TO COMMUNICATE SWINE FLU RISKS -PETER M SANDMAN

 

JAPAN TIMES

1.      U.S. AND CHINA STEP FORWARD

2.      GAY RULING TAKES DELHI BACK TO WHERE IT WAS-BY GAUTAMAN BHASKARAN

3.      NEXT WORD ON INTERVENTION-BY RAMESH THAKUR

 

CHINA DAILY

1.      IN CHILDREN'S EYES

2.      MORE SAID, THE BETTER

3.      CIVIL SOCIETY CAN DO MORE TO FIGHT AIDS

4.      DIALOGUE DEEPENS SINO-US TIES

 

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