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Neerja Pahwa Jetley

Articles by Neerja Pahwa Jetley

The Best And The Brightest

The Best And The Brightest

May 29, 2000 Charubala Annuncio

Near-complete autonomy and a fanatical focus on quality make the IITs the cradle of some of the world's best...

"Fleas Will Rule The Ice Age"

"Fleas Will Rule The Ice Age"

May 22, 2000 Neerja Pahwa Jetley INTERVIEWS Charles Handy

What drives people to create something out of nothing? Ambition? Money, power or genes? Or, mood of the...

Another Ice Meltdown

Another Ice Meltdown

May 01, 2000 Charubala Annuncio

The e-glut has claimed its victims. Now, after the shakeout only the serious players are left standing.

The 60,000 Cr Crash

The 60,000 Cr Crash

Apr 17, 2000 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

That’s what investors lost on April 4 when IT scrips led the dive

Here’s The Feelgood Option

Here’s The Feelgood Option

Mar 06, 2000 Charubala Annuncio

Part-owner employees are loyal, happy-and rich. And the trend is not limited to the infotech sector either.

The First 100 Days

The First 100 Days

Oct 25, 1999 Bharat Ahluwalia

Vajpayee's trial starts now. He has to go the whole hog to clear the economic mess.

The Paper Chase Revisited

The Paper Chase Revisited

Oct 18, 1999 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

A surge in select stock prices leads to a ‘boomlet’ in the primary market, but is there enough...

Vinay Shukla

Vinay Shukla

Sep 13, 1999 Neerja Pahwa Jetley INTERVIEWS Vinay Shukla

The director on the Kudos and the controversy behind his film,'Godmother'

A Dream Crumbles

A Dream Crumbles

Aug 09, 1999 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

Essar's problems were caused by external factors, but also because it tried to grow too fast

The Dagger Under The Cloak

The Dagger Under The Cloak

Aug 02, 1999 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

Low inflation may be a boon for the consumer, but a cascading effect of the price wars could throttle growth

Denim's Got The Blues

Denim's Got The Blues

May 31, 1999 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

Faded, jaded and downgraded, the fabric's taking a beating the world over as khakis and twills push for shelf...

Who Gives A Damn For The Indian Economy?

Who Gives A Damn For The Indian Economy?

May 10, 1999 Paromita Shastri

Frequent elections are bad. But some prefer to focus on the glimmers of hope beyond the gloom.

Party Games, Corporate Woes

Party Games, Corporate Woes

May 03, 1999 Sanjay Suri

The Budget clears the parliamentary roadblock, but the economy is still hostage to the men in khadi

Life On The Cutting Edge

Life On The Cutting Edge

Apr 05, 1999 A.S. Panneerselvan

Education, designation, seniority-nothing's proof against the wave of retrenchment sweeping corporate India

The Twice Born

The Twice Born

Mar 08, 1999 Sandipan Deb

Tinker, tailor, tax and toil. Yashwant Sinha presents a sober, swadeshi and-surprise!-reformist budget. He...

Charge Of The Wives Brigade

Charge Of The Wives Brigade

Feb 08, 1999 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

Direct marketing companies and housewives are getting together to form a partnership that's profitable to...

High On The Social Spirit

High On The Social Spirit

Jan 18, 1999 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

Liquor advertisements become messages of moderation

Staring At Stagflation?

Staring At Stagflation?

Nov 30, 1998 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

When all indicators barring inflation point south, experts begin to whisper the dreaded S-word

E=Entertainment2

E=Entertainment2

Nov 16, 1998 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

In these times of recession, one business is booming, with a new breed of leisure merchants

Discounts Thrill But Kill

Discounts Thrill But Kill

Sep 21, 1998 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

Marketers are caught in their own game. Brand cache, customer loyalty, profits—all are being lost in the...