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Neerja Pahwa Jetley

Articles by Neerja Pahwa Jetley

Well, The Name's Bond

Well, The Name's Bond

Aug 31, 1998 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

Resurgent India Bonds spell gains for the NRIs and the government, but what of the economy?

More Than Just Mothers

More Than Just Mothers

Aug 24, 1998 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

Manager, mediator, mate—an O&M study reveals more sides to the Indian woman

An Eye For An Eye

An Eye For An Eye

Aug 17, 1998 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

CibaVision's 'new' product provokes competitor Bausch & Lomb

Let's Get Personal

Let's Get Personal

Aug 03, 1998 Charubala Annuncio

Companies bow to the dictates of the new-age consumer and the competitive market and switch to one-to-one...

To Catch A Falling Market

To Catch A Falling Market

Jul 20, 1998 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

Allowing share buybacks may help revive the Indian market. But guidelines are necessary to ensure corporate...

No Such Thing As Middle Path

No Such Thing As Middle Path

Jun 15, 1998 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

The middle class feels the pinch as branded foodstuff and electronic items become more expensive

Now, Gun- Toting Bargains

Now, Gun- Toting Bargains

Jun 01, 1998 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

The government fights back at the sanctions by approving a slew of foreign investment proposals

Ad Infinitum? No More

Ad Infinitum? No More

May 18, 1998 Aruna Vaidyanathan

The industry is hit hard as consumer good prices actually fall and consumers delay purchases

Small Town Big Money

Small Town Big Money

May 11, 1998 Ashutosh Kumar Sinha

Marketers shift their focus from metros to cash in on the consumerist rampage

Baby And The Bathwater

Baby And The Bathwater

Apr 13, 1998 Arindam Mukherjee

The advocates of swadeshi are partly right. But they are missing the real issue: the economy.

The Urge To Merge

The Urge To Merge

Apr 06, 1998 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

Big is beautiful, companies are cheap, the hype is deafening, but is India ready for a wave of takeovers?

About Unfair Leverages

About Unfair Leverages

Mar 23, 1998 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

Did India's most admired company, Lever, cheat the public through insider trading?

More News Is Bad News

More News Is Bad News

Mar 09, 1998 Charubala Annuncio

Elections '98 are a temporary high; news channels aren't attracting the advertising they hoped for

More Certainly Isn't Merrier

More Certainly Isn't Merrier

Mar 02, 1998 Charubala Annuncio

As India heads for yet another coalition, industry leaders are worried for its in-built chaos mechanism could...

A Polished Boot

A Polished Boot

Feb 09, 1998 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

The End comes in different ways: over dinner, over the fax or just a note

Selling Reforms, Not Guilt

Selling Reforms, Not Guilt

Feb 02, 1998 Arindam Mukherjee

The Congress is no longer on the defensive about the reforms and says it sticks by what it started

Just A 10-Yr Hitch

Just A 10-Yr Hitch

Jan 05, 1998 Neerja Pahwa Jetley ON Jairam Ramesh

Jairam Ramesh is back in the big league. In an all-new role.

Spoonfuls Of Plastic

Spoonfuls Of Plastic

Dec 29, 1997 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

Studying in college? No problem, you can still get a Citibank card.

Who'll Bell The Rats?

Who'll Bell The Rats?

Dec 15, 1997 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

Backroom lobbying kills a Rs 650-crore project, for lenders won't dial again after some time

Calcutta Bound

Calcutta Bound

Dec 08, 1997 Nikhil Mookerjee

Three major dailies make a beeline for Calcutta but is it viable?