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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

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June 30, 2009

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Month June 09, Edition 000234, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul

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THE PIONEER

1.      NOTHING TO FEEL GAY    

2.      MISCHIEF IN KATHMANDU

3.      BEST FUEL FOR INDIA'S GROWTH-GAUTAM MUKHERJEE

4.      SUPERSTITION AS 'NEWS' ON TV-PRIYADARSI DUTTA

5.      GO FOR HIGHER EDUCATION-JS RAJPUT

6.      CUT THE RED TAPE-PRAFULL GORADIA

7.      PARADOX CALLED WEST BANK-BARRY RUBIN

8.      SNITCHING FOR CHINA LEADS TO SORROW AND EXILE-WRITES ALEXA OLESEN

 THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      ONE STEP TOO FAR

2.      SUMMER OF DISCONTENT

3.      MAN IN THE MIRROR-RASHMEE ROSHAN LAL

4.      THE MORE THE MERRIER

5.      THE NUMBERS DON'T ADD UP-NARAYANI GANESH

6.      THE LAST OF THE ICONS-SAHIL MANE

7.      IF ON A WINTER'S NIGHT-JONAKI RAY

 HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      KEEPING OUR COOL

2.      LONG MARCH TO REAL RIGHTS

3.      GETTING RID OF OUR PHANTOMS-NANDAN NILEKANI

4.      NOT-SO-VEILED REMARKS-SOUMYA BHATTACHARYA

 INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      MATTERS OF AGE

2.      A DROP IN THE OCEAN

3.      NAC, THE SEQUEL

4.      WAKING THE HIGHER ED ELEPHANT-HARBANS MUKHIA

5.      DON'T BAN IT, QUESTION IT-JAVED ANAND

6.      THE ART OF PEACE-VINAY BHARAT RAM

7.      FROM MJ TO MANIBEN-SHAILAJA BAJPAI

 THE FINANCIAL EXPRESS

1.      SEA CHANGE IN MUMBAI

2.      HOW MANY SCHEMES?

3.      IT'S RAINING FORECASTS-YOGINDER KALAGH

4.      JAGGED EDGE-YOGIMA SETH

5.      FIVE SIMPLE SUGGESTIONS FOR FM-MANISH SABHARWAL

 THE HINDU

1.      A UNIQUE NUMBER

2.      CLIMATE CHANGE AND AGRICULTURE

3.      FOR INCLUSIVE APPROACH TO FOOD SECURITY-BRINDA KARAT

4.      IS BRITAIN THE NEW 'GREAT SATAN' IN IRAN? -HASAN SUROOR

5.      THE DAY MICHAEL JACKSON DIED -CHARLIE BROOKER

 THE ASIAN AGE

1.      INDIA CAN'T GROW WITHOUT POWER

2.      RECESSION, COMMODITY PRICES AND RE-INFLATION-JAYATI GHOSH

 THE TRIBUNE

1.      WAITING FOR THE MONSOON

2.      A DRUG HAVEN

3.      BUSINESS OF SOUL-SEARCHING

4.      IRANIAN WOMEN INSPIRE HOPE WITH ROLE IN PROTESTS-BY SUDARSAN RAGHAVAN

5.      REBUILDING SRI LANKA-BY BHARTI CHHIBBER

6.      DELHI DURBAR

 THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      ASSAM BUDGET

2.      A LEGEND PASSES AWAY

3.      POWER CRISIS REFORMS AND TARIFF HIKE-ANUBHAV DUTTA

4.      INDIAN OIL MARCHING AHEAD-DEBENDRA NATH BORDOLOI

 THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      END LICENCE RAJ IN EDUCATION

2.      CHALLENGES TO GST ROLLOUT

3.      MEDICINES ARE NOT ALWAYS THE REMEDY-PORTAL TRAGEDY

4.      SURCHARGE AND CESSES CAN COMPLICATE TAX ADMINISTRATION-T N PANDEY

5.      TAXATION POLICY'S THE LATEST VILLAIN-MYTHILI BHUSNURMATH

6.      FARE PLAY: KEEPING TRACK OF RAILWAYS BOOKS-S P KETKAR

 DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      INDIA CAN'T GROW WITHOUT POWER

2.      LALGARH: FIRST SIGN OF MAOIST-JIHADI NEXUS? -BY BY SHANKAR ROYCHOWDHURY

3.      DON'T POOH-POOH CLIMATE CHANGE. IT'S REA-BY BY PAUL KRUGMAN

4.      RECESSION, COMMODITY PRICES AND RE-INFLATION -BY BY JAYATI GHOSH

5.      IS THE TIDE TURNING? -BY BY NADEEM F. PARACHA

6.      CLASS X EXAM IS IMPORTANT -BY BY K. VARSHA

 THE STATESMAN

1.      ONE-PARTY SHOW

2.      PC IN ORISSA

3.      EUROPE UNITES

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      NOT TA TA

2.      SHARED SPOILS

3.      A DREAM WORTH RECALLING -WRITING ON THE WALL - ASHOK V. DESAI

4.      PATIENCE WEARS THIN -MALA FIDE - MALVIKA SINGH

 DECCAN HERALD

1.      ONE SMALL STEP FORWARD FOR ALL-BY JOSEPH STIGLITZ, THE GUARDIAN

2.      THE COMMUNICATION GAP-BY G K GUPTA

 THE NEW YORK TIMES

1.      THE WINNER IN HONDURAS: CHÁVEZ

2.      THE COURT CHANGES THE GAME

3.      VINCE LOMBARDI POLITICS

4.      HOW LONG IS LONG ENOUGH?

5.      THE FIRST DEADLINE

I. THE NEWS

1.      KURRAM CLASHES

2.      PAKISTAN'S POTENTIAL

3.      HARD FIGHTING

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      PAKISTAN A FAILED STATE. RIDICULOUS

2.      TEXTILE INDUSTRY NEEDS MORE THAN JUST A POLICY

3.      OLD' DEMAND FOR NEW PROVINCES

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      OVERSEAS JOB POLICY

2.      HILL PEOPLE AT RISK

3.      MAJORITY-MINORITY SYNDROME...!

THE DAWN

1.      KURRAM AGENCY VIOLENCE

2.      SOLUTIONS NEEDED

3.      UP FOR BARTER

4.      CARING FOR THE POOR-BY SHAHID JAVED BURKI

5.      BRASS OF A VERY SPECIAL KIND-BY KAMRAN SHAFI

6.      A SMALL STEP FORWARD-BY JOSEPH STIGLITZ

7.      THE MEDIA-SAVVY TALIBAN- BY FAIZULLAH JAN

CHINA DAILY

1.      STATISTICAL CHEATING

2.      JUSTICE SANS ESCORTS

3.      CASE FOR RECOVERY WITHOUT JOB LOSSES

4.      NO MORE SECRECY ON SEX IN CYBER ERA

JAPAN TIMES

1.      TAXING WAY TO SAVE PENSIONS

2.      A NEED TO NURTURE SCIENTISTS

3.      OLDER, SMALLER POPULATION TO IMPACT JAPAN'S CHOICES-BY BRAD GLOSSERMAN AND TOMOKO TSUNODA

THE AUSTRALIAN

1.      TURNBULL LOSES THE ECONOMIC INITIATIVE

2.      PATTERN IN THEIR PLANS

3.      STOP SCHOOL SECRETS

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

1.      THE FORCE OF NATURE ABATES

2.      OFF THE SHELVES: GROCERY CHOICE

THE GAZETTE

1.      RIGHTS COMMISSION THREATENS OUR LIBERTY

 THE GUARDIAN

2.      BERNIE MADOFF: JUST REWARDS

3.      GOVERNMENT STRATEGY: FLASHES OF AMBITION

4.      IN PRAISE OF ... WESTMINSTER ABBEY

 THE KOREA HERALD

1.      CHINA`S N.K. POLICY

2.      SSANGYONG DEBACLE

3.      WILL CARBON CAP-AND-TRADE INCITE PROTECTIONISM?-MARTIN FELDSTEIN

 THE WASHINGTON POST

1.      U.S. TROOPS WITHDRAW FROM IRAQ'S CITIES

2.      A BROKEN U.N. PROMISE IN CONGO

3.      ON RACE, THE SLOG GOES ON

4.      IN MOROCCO, AN ALTERNATIVE TO IRAN

5.      ANNE FRANK'S UNSTILLED VOICE

6.      IRAQ: MISSION NOT YET ACCOMPLISHED

7.      PLAIN VANILLA

8.      DEFEND DEMOCRACY

9.      FLUNKING THE TEST

10.  OPEN THE MILITARY CLOSET

  

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Monday, June 29, 2009

EDITORIAL 29.06.09

June 29, 2009

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EDITORIAL

Month June 09, Edition 000233, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul

 EDITORIAL is syndication of all daily-published newspapers EDITORIAL at one place.

THE PIONEER

  1. LIKE CAESAR'S WIFE
  2. ACT SWIFTLY BEFORE IT'S LATE
  3. MAOISTS TAKE ON SOFT STATE-JOGINDER SINGH
  4. JIHADI SURGE IN SOMALIA-RYAN MAURO
  5. WAGE WAR ON CORRUPTION-VIPIN MALIK
  6. ON THE BRINK OF DISASTER-SHIKHA MUKERJEE
  7. CUT TAXES, BOOST CONSUMPTION-SHIVAJI SARKAR
  8. MEDVEDEV DOES AN OBAMA IN CAIRO TO WOO MUSLIMS-MARIA APPAKOVA

 THE TIMES OF INDIA

  1. TURNING A PAGE
  2. IDENTITY MARKER
  3. GAMES NEIGHBOURS PLAY-G PARTHASARATHY
  4. 'LITERARY TRENDS SWING LIKE A PENDULUM'
  5. RUM DEAL-JUG SURAIYA
  6. COUNTERFACTUAL HISTORY-PRASENJIT CHOWDHURY

 HINDUSTAN TIMES

  1. ONCE AGAIN, WE ARE IN THE DARK
  2. MEATING THE HEAT
  3. TEST CRICKET IS DEAD
  4. MATCH.THERE, I SAID IT.

 INDIAN EXPRESS

  1. IT'S THE PROCESS
  2. THE BIG PICTURE
  3. REVIVAL PRODUCTION
  4. UNFINISHED BUSINESS-FALI S. NARIMAN
  5. BANGALORE TO RAISINA-PRODYUT BORA
  6. 'BY THE TIME IAS, IPS ARE RECRUITED, THEY HAVE FORMED THEIR PREJUDICES... NEW IDEA IS TO TAKE THEM, TRAIN THEM AFTER CLASS XII'
  7. WHY NILEKANI NEEDS A BROADER MANDATE-SUDHEENDRA KULKARNI

 THE FINENICAL EXPRESS

  1. NEW KIND OF MUTUAL FUND
  2. HYDRO LOGICAL
  3. DON'T LET THE FLOWER WILT-MEGHNAD DESAI
  4. GROUP OF ALL-JACK BOORMAN
  5. BUSINESS AS USUAL-ALOKANANDA CHAKRABORTY

 THE HINDU

  1. THE POLITICS OF PROSCRIPTION
  2. NEED FOR A RATIONAL POLICY
  3. WHY DISINVEST WHEN PROFITS ARE BOOMING? -R NAGARAJ
  4. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: THE DAY MY DAUGHTER HIT ME -CHRISTINE LEWIS

 THE ASIAN AGE

  1. REFORM THAT IS LONG OVERDUE
  2. GANDHI: A POLITICAL RIDDLE-SHIV VISVANATHAN

 THE TRIBUNE

  1. MAKING JUDGES ACCOUNTABLE
  2. TACKLING DRUG MENACE
  3. MORE MONEY FOR PUNJAB
  4. THE ENEMY WITHIN-BY PREMVIR DAS
  5. THE PRESCIENCE OF PROTEST -BY NATAN SHARANSKY
  6. CHATTERATI-BY DEVI CHERIAN

 THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

  1. A NEW DIRECTION
  2. DEMISE OF MATHUR
  3. CONFLICT, CORRUPTION AND CASCADING EFFECTS-DR SHABEENA YASMIN SAIKIA
  4. MAHALANOBIS AND INDIAN STATISTICAL SYSTEM-MANIRAJ ADHIKARY

 THE ECONOMIC TIMES

  1. FAME AILED BOTH MICHAEL AND FARRAH
  2. NIFTY FIFTY
  3. RESCUING TEXTILES
  4. TIME FOR THE SECOND WAVE OF REFORMS-RAJUL AWASTHI
  5. WHY CAN'T THE MEDIA SPELL IT RIGHT?-RAGHU KRISHNAN
  6. THE 'DAVOS MAN' IS BACK, BACK TO HIS BAD OLD WAYS-SUDESHNA SEN

 DECCAN CHRONICAL

  1. REFORM THAT IS LONG OVERDUE
  2. INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT VS EQUITABLE GROWTH-BY BY ARJUN SENGUPTA
  3. US NEEDS INNOVATIONS OF LASTING VALUE -BY BY THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN
  4. GANDHI: A POLITICAL RIDDLE -BY BY SHIV VISVANATHAN
  5. I WAS NOT MICHAEL JACKSON -BY BY MICHAEL THOMAS
  6. PATH-BREAKING INITIATIVE -BY BY PROF. ABHAYA MAURYA

 THE STATESMAN

  1. REFORMED LEARNING
  2. THE COMPANY SHE KEEPS
  3. CHILD'S PLAY

 THE TELEGRAPH

  1. SINGLE FOCUS
  2. BEYOND DISPUTE
  3. FAST AND SMART-S.L. RAO
  4. CHANGE OF GUARD -GWYNNE DYER

 DECCAN HERALD

   1. MSD, WE LOVE YOU

2. HOW LONG BEFORE THE GLACIAL LAKES SWELL?

 THE NEYORK TIMES

  1. TWO MEALS AND NOT ALWAYS SQUARE
  2. A FISHERMEN'S PHONE BOOK
  3. INSURANCE COMPANY SCHEMES

 THE NEWS

  1. WAR OVER WATER WAR OVER WATER
  2. REBUILDING LIVES
  3. REPORTING WAR

 PAKISTAN OBSERVER

  1. IS SOUTH PUNJAB NEXT AFTER SWAT?
  2. ONE MAY PONDER OVER MAGSI'S REMARKS
  3. QUAID'S PORTRAIT: KAIRA'S UNACCEPTABLE EXPLANATION

 THE INDEPENDENT

  1. SAVING GULSHAN LAKE
  2. DRUG ABUSE EPIDEMIC
  3. A CLUTTER OF MEMORIES...!

 THE DAWN

  1. IRAN IN FLUX
  2. MONEY FOR THE TALIBAN
  3. RESTRICTIONS ON MOVEMENT
  4. BURKA & WOMEN'S LIBERATION-BY HUMA YUSUF
  5. AN UNFAIR DEAL-BY SANAULLAH BALOCH
  6. RELIGION AND STATE-BY NAVEED ASHRAF

 CHINA DAILY

  1. OFFICIALS ON THE MAT
  2. RETHINKING PUNJAB'S BOUNDARIES-BY MURTAZA RAZVI

 JAPAN TIMES

  1. SUNDOWN ON THE MERGER ERA
  2. PREPARING FOR DISASTERS
  3. MORE EUROPEAN HOPE, LESS AMERICAN FEAR-BY DOMINIQUE MOISI

 THE AUSTRALIAN

  1. CORNFLAKE POLITICS BEYOND USE-BY DATE
  2. PUT THE CHILDREN FIRST
  3. A SHAKE TOO FAR

 THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

  1. THE QUAGMIRE IN THE UPPER HOUSE
  2. GREEDY BANKS? IT'S STARTED AGAIN

 THE GUARDIAN

  1. IN PRAISE OF ... ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT
  2. SHOPPING: THE DETAIL OF RETAIL
  3. FINANCIAL CRISIS: FROM CHAOS TO COMPLACENCY

 THE KOREA HERALD

  1. JUST `PEOPLE,` PLEASE
  2. WORLD HERITAGE
  3. SCIENCE SUGGESTS WOMEN, MEN WIRED DIFFERENTLY

 THE KOREA TIMES

1.                   LOOKING FOR CLUE

2.                   AVOID WORST-CASE SCENARIO

3.                   CHINA AND NORTH KOREA

4.                   TWEETING FROM IRAN

5.                   MORE TO DO WITH TURMOIL WITHIN

 THE WASHINGTON POST

  1. AMERICA'S SUBWAY
  2. CHINA'S INFORMATION DAM
  3. FIXING ABUSES OF STATE SECRETS
  4. WILL OBAMA FOLLOW BUSH OR FDR?
  5. TIME FOR IRON MAN
  6. END THE SPAT WITH ISRAEL
  7. PANICS 'R' US!



 

Editorial from The Pioneer, The Times of India, Hindustan Times, The Indian Express, The Financial Express, The Hindu, The Statesman's, The Tribune, Deccan Chronicle, Deccan Herald, Economic Times, The Telegraph, The Assam Tribune, Pakistan Observer, The Asian Age, The News, The New York Times, Dawn China Daily,Japan Times, The Gazette,The Sydney Morning Herald,The Australian,the Guardian and more only on

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Project By

SAMARTH

a trust – of the people by the people for the people

An Organisation for Rastriya Abhyudaya

(Registered under Registration Act 1908 in Gorakhpur, Regis No – 142- 07/12/2007)

Central OfficeBasement, H-136, Shiv Durga Vihar, Lakkarpur, Faridabad – 121009

Cell: - 0091-93131-03060

Email – samarth@samarth.co.in, central.office@samarth.co.in

Registered Office: Rajendra Nagar (East), Near Bhagwati Chowk, Lachchipur

Gorakhnath Road, Gorakhpur – 273 015

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