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Thursday, September 8, 2011

EDITORIAL 08.09.11

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Editorial

month september 08, edition 000831 , collected & managed by durgesh kumar mishra, published by – manish manjul

 

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THE TIMES OF INDIA

  1. TERROR STRIKES DELHI
  2. IMPRESSIVE GAINS
  3. REFORMS TO THE RESCUE - ARVIND PANAGARIYA
  4. IT'LL DEEPEN PREJUDICES
  5. FOR EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY

 

HINDUSTAN TIMES

  1. KNOWING MUCH, BUT DOING LITTLE
  2. A WATERED-DOWN TRIP
  3. SLIPPING IN SLIPPERS - AJOY BOSE
  4. IT'S A NO-BRAINER - ASHOK MALIK

THE INDIAN EXPRESS

  1. NO ANSWERS YET
  2. BOARD OF INJURIES
  3. A DELICATE BALANCE
  4. PRATAP BHANU MEHTA
  5. CAUTION AS AN SOS - SHOBHANA SUBRAMANIAN
  6. THE COURT ETERNAL - ATUL NANDA
  7. THE BALLAD OF TIHAR GAOL - SHAILAJA BAJPAI
  8. OBAMA, TELL THE WHOLE TRUTH... - THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN
  9. SOUTHERN CLEMENCY - MANOJCG

THE FINANCIAL EXPRESS

  1. TEASE ME GOOD
  2. SLR BY SUBBARAO
  3. DIASPORA, DEVELOPMENT & DEMOCRACY - NIRVIKAR SINGH
  4. LISTEN TO THE BOND MARKETS - MARTIN WOLF

THE HINDU

  1. SEN AND SENSIBILITY
  2. ARE LIBYA'S FRIENDS FOR REAL?
  3. BOMBING OF LIBYA MOST ACCURATE EVER: NATO
  4. WORLD UNIVERSITY RANKINGS SHOW THAT GOOD HIGHER EDUCATION CAN BE A BARGAIN
  5. ANNA BAWDEN
  6. PAKISTAN: UNDOING A COLONIAL LEGACY - ANITA JOSHUA
  7. INDIA-BANGLADESH TIES A MODEL FOR SOUTH ASIA'

DAILY EXCELSIOR

  1. LADAKH ON TOP
  2. TRAVEL ADVISORY
  3. VOCATIONAL EDUCATION IN INDIA
  4. INCREASING SUICIDESDIRE NEED FOR COUNSELLING - BY DHURJATI MUKHERJEE
  5. SUSTAIN SOIL FERTILITY FOR PRODUCTIVITY - BY PROF (DR) R D GUPTA

THE TRIBUNE

  1. LAST STOP: TIHAR
  2. CONTAMINATED WATER
  3. INFIGHTING TAKES ITS TOLL
  4. PAKISTAN, XINJIANG AND CHINA - BY D. SUBA CHANDRAN
  5. LONGING FOR LONG HAIR - BY RUCHI SHARMA
  6. SEPTEMBER 12: WORLD ORAL HEALTH DAY - DR GOPALAKRISHNAN

MUMBAI MIRROR

  1. WILLIAM GOLDING CENTENARY

BUSINESS STANDARD

  1. RETHINKING RUPEE
  2. ENCASHING DEMOCRACY
  3. TWELFTH PLAN APPROACH - SHANKAR ACHARYA
  4. STEVE JOBS: THE CEO AS AUTEUR - AJIT BALAKRISHNAN
  5. FEAR AND HOPE IN THE PACIFIC - BARUN ROY
  6. CORRUPTION: MYTH AND REALITY - B K CHATURVEDI

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

  1. TERROR DOESN'T PAY
  2. BITTER-SWEET
  3. AGRA DECLARATION
  4. MIXED-SCANNING MODEL FOR SLUMS
  5. LESSONS ON 'CONTROLLING' THE ECONOMY - AVINASH CELESTINE
  6. ANNA AND THE MARUTI STRIKE  - T K ARUN

BUSINESS LINE

  1. ON HIGH GROUND
  2. CORRUPTION AND ROCKET SCIENCE - K. KRISHNA KUMAR
  3. REVOLT OF THE INFLUENTIAL
  4. NARENDAR PANI

DECCAN CHRONICAL

  1. HAVE WE FORGOTTEN LESSONS OF 26/11?
  2. POLITICS BEHIND BARS
  3. DELHI, DHAKA AND A HOSTAGE-TAKER
  4. RETIRED HURT?
  5. FIBRE OF LIFE

THE STATESMAN

  1. THE RURAL MESS
  2. AS APPREHENDED...
  3. CAMPUS RIGMAROLE
  4. LITERACY & CIVIL SOCIETY - SAUMITRA MOHAN
  5. GOVT AT ITS OLD GAMES  - BETWEEN THE LINES ~ KULDIP NAYAR  
  6. STORM IN A TEACUP  - ISHWAR PATI
  7. THE DAY AMERICA'S DECLINE BEGAN  - RUPERT CORNWELL

 THE TELEGRAPH

  1. EXPANDING BRIEF
  2. TARGET PRACTICE
  3. CLASH OF INTERESTS
  4. FIX THE LEAKS  - K.P. SHASHIDHARAN

DECCAN HERALD

  1. REPLACE HM
  2. NAIL PATRONAGE
  3. A COSTLY DRIFT S L RAO

OHERALDO

  1. WE ARE A SOFT, BRITTLE AND FEARFUL STATE
  2. IT'S ANNA-THER DAY
  3. ERVELL E. MENEZES

HAARETZ

  1. BOB VS. BIBI
  2. END TO OLIGARCHY  - BY ARI SHAVIT
  3. PYROMANIA  - BY GIDEON LEVY
  4. CALLING A SPADE A SPADE   - BY ISRAEL HAREL
  5. FATIGUE AT THE TOP  - BY NERI LIVNEH

HURRIYET DAILY NEWS

  1. 'AMERICANNESS' BELONGS TO ALL OF US
  2. HUGE TEST AWAITS GENERAL ÖZEL
  3. GUIDELINES FOR BEGINNERS TO UNDERSTANDING CIVIL-MILITARY RELATIONS IN TURKEY: PART IV
  4. KANDIL STOP ON TEHRAN-DAMASCUS ROAD - CENGİZ ÇANDAR
  5. THE STRATEGY OF 9/11  - GWYNNE DYER
  6. TURKEY-ISRAEL: TOWARD A DECOUPLING OF ECONOMICS FROM POLITICS
  7. BURCU GÜLTEKİN-PUNSMANN
  8. HELLO, CAN YOU HELP ME?

I.THE NEWS

  1. QUETTA ATTACK
  2. POLITICAL CIRCUS
  3. CHINESE, ANYONE?
  4. FROM ECONOMIC CRISIS TO COLLAPSE  -  DR MUHAMMAD YAQUB
  5. IT WAS A WAR FOR OIL, AFTER ALL  - DR IKRAMUL HAQ
  6. REAL HOPE FOR PEACE  - IKRAM SEHGAL
  7. THE 'ART' OF DIPLOMACY  - HINA MAHMOOD
  8. POLITICAL SOLUTION TO A POLITICAL PROBLEM  - KAMILA HYAT
  9. DRONES AND CIA   - GARETH PORTER

THE AUSTRALIYAN

  1. PM DARES NOT SPEAK THE NAURU SOLUTION'S NAME
  2. FOR WHOM THE MAGPIE SWOOPS
  3. TURNING COMPETITION INTO A VICE

THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

  1. PENNY PINCHING ON PRESCHOOLS
  2. OWN GOALS IN EDUCATION
  3. UPHILL BATTLE FOR AFGHAN HEARTS AND MINDS
  4. ABBOTT MUST ACT AGAINST BERNARDI

THE GUARDIAN

  1. ALEX SALMOND: FREE REIGN
  2. TOP TAX RATE: PELF AND PREJUDICE
  3. IN PRAISE OF … DAPHNI LEEF

THE JAPAN TIMES

  1. CHINA TURNS UP THE HEAT - BY MICHAEL RICHARDSON
  2. HOW TO DRIVE AWAY FRIENDS AND LOSE INFLUENCE - BY FRANK CHING
  3. AMERICA'S POST-INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY GOING BUST - BY HAROLD MEYERSON
  4. ACQUITTAL OF BANK EXECUTIVES

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