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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

EDITORIAL 29.07.09

July 29, 2009

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EDITORIAL

Month July 09, Edition 000258, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul


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THE PIONEER

1.      PUNISHING TERRORISTS

2.      PDP'S SUBVERSIVE GAME

3.      INDIA'S VERY OWN NAUTILUS-GAUTAM MUKHERJEE

4.      AGONY OF A SOFT STATE-S K SINHA

5.      MONEY DOWN THE DRAIN-PHILIP STEVENS

6.      CONGRESS CANNOT TAME MAMATA-SHIKHA MUKERJEE

7.      KARGIL'S BRAVE WOMEN WAGE A DIFFERENT WAR-NAVREET MILTON

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      WAGER WISELY

2.      RESCUE OUR KIDS

3.      SUBSTANDARD CAPABILITIES-

4.      'PARENTS IMPOSE THEIR BELIEF SYSTEM ON CHILDREN'

5.      FOR A GREATER COMMON GOOD-

6.      FORGETTING TO REMEMBER-

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      SETTING THE HOUSE IN ORDER

2.      SINKING IN THE RAIN

3.      WE ARE ADULTS ONLY-SANJAY SRIVASTAVA

4.      THE REAL REALITY SHOW-SUHEL SETH

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      OPTING FOR SECOND BEST

2.      THINK LOCAL

3.      WHOSE GOVERNMENT?

4.      PROVINCES OF A DEBATE-MANI SHANKAR AIYAR

5.      LAL BATTI DISTRICT-COOMI KAPOOR

6.      EUMA: BUYER BEWARE-S. KRISHNASWAMY

7.      WHICH TALE TO TELL?-VINAY SITAPATI

8.      VIEW FROM THE LEFT-MANOJ C G

 

THE FINENCIAL EXPRESS

1.      THE GROWTH IMPERATIVE

2.      MONSOON PLANNING

3.      THE STATS AND CUES BEHIND STATUS QUO-MAHESH VYAS

4.      ENOUGH CREDIT WHERE IT IS REALLY DUE?-P RAGHAVAN

5.      WHY 1% WILL MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE-ANANDITA SINGH MANKOTIA

 

THE HINDU

1.      A NOTE OF CAUTION

2.      THE SLOW ROAD TO JUSTICE

3.      MISSING THE WOOD FOR THE TREES -SIDDHARTH VARADARAJAN

4.      WOMEN MNAS: HOW HAVE THEY PERFORMED? -NIRUPAMA SUBRAMANIAN

5.      TACKLING VIOLENCE AMONG YOUNG PEOPLE -ROBERT BLINCOE

 

THE ASIAN AGE

1.      OMAR ACTED RIGHTLY, BUT HE SHOULD STAY

2.      REDEFINING PAK AGENDA-SATISH KUMAR

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      AVOIDABLE CRISIS IN J & K

2.      TERROR TRIO

3.      NURTURING GROWTH

4.      IMPROVE TEACHING IN RURAL SCHOOLS-BY GURBAX SINGH SHERGILL

5.      CONTINUOUS EVALUATION IS A BETTER OPTION-BY B.S. GHUMAN

6.      BUILDING A KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY-BY RUP NARAYAN DAS

7.      GRADES BETTER THAN MARKS-BY S. SAPRU

8.      WHEN TEMPERS FLY: HOW TO AVOID AIR RAGE-BY SIMON CALDER

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      STRONG FENCES

2.      FOOD ADULTERATION

3.      RADICAL ISLAM AND US HEGEMONY-SAZZAD HUSSAIN

4.      HEALTH RISKS OF SMOKING TOBACCO-DR ALAKANANDA GOSWAMI

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      GAS SECTOR NEEDS CLEAR-CUT POLICIES

2.      AUSSIE BOWLER'S MOM ANGRY

3.      LAND 'REAL ISSUE' IN AFFORDABLE HOUSING

4.      RBI LIVES UP TO ITS REPUTATION

5.      INDIA'S FIRST HOUSING PRICE INDEX-BY RAJ PAL

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      OMAR ACTED RIGHTLY, BUT HE SHOULD STAY

2.      SHODDY DRAFT SENDS MUDDLED MESSAGES -BY P.C. ALEXANDER

3.      OUR WORLD RUNS ON THE POWER OF POSTERITY - BY DAVID BROOKS

4.      TAX EXEMPTIONS

5.      NEED TO REDEFINE PAKISTAN AGENDA - BY SATISH KUMAR

6.      RACISM: IT'S NOT ALL BLACK AND WHITE -BY JUDITH WARNER

 

THE STATESMAN

1.      WHIZ-KID EXPOSED

2.      JAILHOUSE RIOT

3.      DRAFT CONSTITUTION

4.      MORALITY AND DECENCY -MADHAVI GORADIA DIVAN

 

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      CAUTIOUS ROUTE

2.      LORDS OF MISRULE

3.      BOTH SWEET AND BITTER -KANWAL SIBAL

4.      KEEP THE FINGERS CROSSED-SUMANTA SEN

 

DECCAN HERALD

1.      OIL INDUSTRY MAY BE DOOMED: GREENPEACE-BY DAVID TEATHER, THE GUARDIAN

2.      I LOST ONE PRECIOUS HOUR, BUT WAS RICHLY BENEFITED BY THE SILENT LESSON FROM THE BOY. -BY J A KANTHRAJ

 

THE NEW YORK TIMES

1.      MIND OVER MUSCLE

2.      THE DEATH OF SHARKS

3.      THE FINANCIAL TRUTH COMMISSION

4.      GOOGLE'S BIG PLAN FOR BOOKS

 

I. THE NEWS

1.      DOWNHILL DECADE

2.      INTERESTING TIMES

3.      SUICIDE ALERT

 

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      BRING INDIA'S INTERFERENCE IN PARLIAMENT

2.      ACHIEVABLE EXPORT GROWTH TARGETS

3.      WHAT ABOUT ACADEMY OF SUICIDE BOMBERS?

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      ENDANGERED CITY

2.      SHARE IN BAILOUT FUND

3.      A NEW KIND OF RAPE...!

 

THE DAWN

1.      CNG BUSES IN KARACHI

2.      TRADE POLICY

3.      NUCLEAR SUBMARINES

4.      THE CAUX DREAM -BY ZUBEIDA MUSTAFA

5.      US CONSERVATIVES IN DENIAL -BY GEORGE MONBIOT

THE KOREA TIMES

1.      DRAWING GRAND PICTURE

2.      NO MORE REBATES

 

THE AUSTRALIAN

1.      POLICY NOT POLITICS

2.      NO RETURN TO THE PAST

3.      POSITIVE STEP TO PEACE

 

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

1.      NOW IS THE TIME FOR ALL GOOD

2.      THE HIGH COST OF PARKING

 

THE GUARDIAN

1.      IN PRAISE OF… SUMMER READING

2.      STUDENT FINANCE: UNIVERSITY CHALLENGE

3.      INTERNATIONAL AID: FEEDING AFRICA

 

THE KOREA HERALD

1.      A MATTER OF TIMING

2.      PRESIDENT'S PARDON

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

 

JAPAN TIMES

1.      DPJ'S ELECTION PROMISES

2.      NEW AMBASSADOR READY

3.      DON'T WASTE GOOD INTENTIONS-BY HISAHIKO OKAZAKI

 

CHINA DAILY

1.      DOCTORS' DILEMMA

2.      ANOTHER MASS INCIDENT?

3.      MANY DEGREES OF EMPLOYMENT

4.      JAPAN PAPER ADDS TO WORRIES

 

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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

EDITORIAL 28.07.09

July 28, 2009

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EDITORIAL

Month July 09, Edition 000257, collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul


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THE PIONEER

1.      INSULTING A MARTYR

2.      NUCLEAR SUB, AHOY!

3.      INDIA BETRAYED AT SHARM-A SURYA PRAKASH

4.      KARGIL TRIBUTE MERE FORMALITY-MC JOSHI

5.      PAKISTAN'S CRYING SHAME-D SUBA CHANDRAN

6.      THINKING PEACE-BARRY RUBIN

7.      MANMOHAN UNFAIR TO BALUCHIS-B RAMAN

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA

1.      EASTWARD HO!

2.      CRUMBLING EDIFICE

3.      FOOD FOR THOUGHT-

4.      SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT CAN HELP WORK

5.      RESTRICT WEB SOCIAL NETWORKING

6.      NOT A MOVEABLE BOOK

LEARNED NOISE-

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

1.      SURFACING DETERRENCE

2.      PRETTY LONG-TERM

3.      DEFINITELY MAYBE-ROBERT SKIDELSKY

 

INDIAN EXPRESS

1.      PROPERTY RIGHTS

2.      A NEW OLD COALITION

3.      CHILDHOOD'S END

4.      UNSTEADY STATE THEORY-BIBEK DEBROY

5.      MORE THAN HOT AIR-JEREMY CARL

6.      MADE IN INDIA, FOR INDIA'S DEFENCE-C.S. CHIMA

7.      BACK TO THE KARGIL FRONT-SHAILAJA BAJPAI

8.      PARTY OVER PRINCIPLE-M.P VEERENDRA KUMAR

 

THE FINENCIAL EXPRESS

1.      RUPEES AND DOLLARS

2.      SUB, BUT PRIME

3.      SAVE US FROM THE POVERTY AYATOLLAHS-YOGINDER K ALAGH

4.      FOR SCHOOLS, THE ANGEL IS IN THE DETAILS-MR MADHAVAN

5.      CAN THIS ELEPHANT DANCE AGAIN?-NEERAJ SWAROOP

 

THE HINDU

1.      REVIVING AIR INDIA

2.      CRISIS IN THE NORTH-EAST

3.      CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE INDIAN STAND -R. RAMACHANDRAN

4.      INDIA AND THE BALOCH INSURGENCY -HAMID MIR

5.      RIGHT TO FOOD ACT: ESSENTIAL BUT INADEQUATE -RAHUL LAHOTI AND SANJAY G. REDDY

 

THE ASIAN AGE

1.      A LANDMARK FOR RISING INDIA

2.      THE RECENT RISE AND DEMISE OF KEYNES-JAYATI GHOSH

 

THE TRIBUNE

1.      KARGIL TO ARIHANT

2.      IRAN — A DIVIDED NATION

3.      FIGHTING ANAEMIA

4.      DECENTRALISE POWERS-BY DHARAM VIR

5.      PAKISTAN DELAYS PLAN TO FIGHT TALIBAN-BY JOSHUA PARTLOW

6.      DELHI DURBAR

 

THE ASSAM TRIBUNE

1.      MUNICIPAL POLLS

2.      AUTONOMOUS COUNCIL

3.      THE CLIMATE CHANGE CHALLENGE-PRAFUL BIDWAI

4.      VAGARIES OF MONSOON IN THE NORTH EAST-S N ROY

 

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

1.      SEBI HAS DONE THE RIGHT THING

2.      FOCUS ON HEALTHCARE DELIVERY

3.      PROTOCOL: IT'S A WAY OF LIFE

4.      LET PROFESSIONALS RUN AIR INDIA- K VENU

5.      LIFE WITHOUT LAUGHTER

6.      IS UPA COMMITTED TO COMPETITION?-PRADEEP S MEHTA

 

DECCAN CHRONICAL

1.      A LANDMARK FOR RISING INDIA

2.      IT'S TIME FOR INDIA TO EXPAND AFGHAN ROLE -BY BY SHANKAR ROYCHOWDHURY

3.      WHO LET THE CONSERVATIVE 'BLUE DOGS' OUT? -BY BY PAUL KRUGMAN

4.      THE RECENT RISE AND DEMISE OF KEYNES -BY BY JAYATI GHOSH

5.      IT IS HARD TO SHORT US IN THE LONG TERM -BY BY ROGER COHEN

6.      SCIENCE IS IN THE DETAILS -BY BY SAM HARRIS

 

THE STATESMAN

1.      HASINA SEZ IT INVITATION TO INDIAN INVESTMENT

2.      MAMATA IN UPA II DISSENT AFTER CABINET CONSENSUS

3.      IMMORTALISED IN STONE-AJAY K MEHRA

4.      HARDLY ATONEMENT KARGIL CLOUD OVER ARIHANT 

 

THE TELEGRAPH

1.      LOSING AIR

2.      OPEN SECRET

3.      DINING WITH THE DRAGON

4.      MIND THE GAP

 

DECCAN HERALD

1.      US POLICY: RUN WITH INDIA; HUNT WITH PAK-BY MICHAEL JANSEN

2.      REMINISCENCES OF VILLAGE T-BY S CHANDRASEKHAR

 

THE NEW YORK TIMES

1.      12 AND IN PRISON

2.      A $2.2 TRILLION TEMPTATION

3.      PARSING WHAT THE ENEMY'S UP TO

4.      WALKING THE LAND WHERE THE DRILLING RIGS WILL GO -BY VERLYN KLINKENBORG

 

I. THE NEWS

1.      SUFI BEHIND BARS

2.      SUPERSTITION

3.      PLAN OF ACTION

 

PAKISTAN OBSERVER

1.      INDIA BOOSTS ITS WAR PREPAREDNESS

2.      WERE THESE TUNNELS DUG OVERNIGHT?

3.      THESE LAW-BREAKING VIPS OF PUNJAB

 

THE INDEPENDENT

1.      WINDS OF CHANGE?

2.      WASTE PROBLEMS

3.      A NEW BEGINNING…!

 

THE DAWN

1.      CONSENSUS AWAITED

2.      BAN VIOLATION

3.      SUFI ARRESTED, AGAIN

4.      GLOBAL MEDIA'S WAR -BY MANZOOR ALI MEMON

5.      CHINA'S ECONOMIC IMPACT -BY SHAHID JAVED BURKI

 

THE KOREA TIMES

1.      PRESIDENTIAL PARDON

2.      'FORGOTTEN WAR'

 

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD

1.      HEALTH HEADS FOR A REVOLUTION

2.      YELLOW EMPEROR CALLING

 

THE GUARDIAN

1.      AFGHANISTAN: MISSION ACCOMPLISHED?

2.      IN PRAISE OF… SPOTIFY

3.      MEDICAL PRIVACY: DR GOOGLE WILL SEE YOU NOW

 

THE KOREA HERALD

1.      FATE OF SSANGYONG

2.      ADMISSION REFORM

3.      U.S. SAVING RATE AND DOLLAR'S FUTURE

 

JAPAN TIMES

1.      THE DEADLINE TO PROSECUTE

2.      UPDATED DEFENSE CONSIDERATIONS

3.      CHALLENGE OF A STRAIGHT QUESTION-BY HUGH CORTAZZI

 

CHINA DAILY

1.      SOES PROPERTY PLAY

2.      OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD

3.      JAPAN PAPER ADDS TO WORRIES

4.      THIS DIALOGUE PROMISES TO BE DIFFERENT

 

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