I can replace

A solution is needed urgently.
Newer version has already been installed.


A solution needed urgently.
Newer version already installed.

Is this kind of omission always correct?

  • It's spelled "uRgently" and I think you meant to say "INappropriate" in the title but as I'm not 100% sure, I cannot edit the post. – Mari-Lou A Feb 14 at 11:05

Not in normal English, whether spoken or written.

The shorter sentences are examples of "Headlinese", used in newspaper headlines, captions of pictures, notices, forms etc.

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No. It is usually always wrong. You are confusing abbreviated sentences with correct English.

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