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Shekhar Ghosh

Articles by Shekhar Ghosh

The Best Deal On Wheels?

The Best Deal On Wheels?

Dec 14, 1998 Shekhar Ghosh

Several years and numerous rumours later, Tata's small wonder, the Indica, is here

It's Here... Late, But Not Dead

It's Here... Late, But Not Dead

Dec 07, 1998 Shekhar Ghosh

Politics dampened cheer over buybacks, but it could boost markets

The World Is My Web

The World Is My Web

Nov 23, 1998 Ashutosh Kumar Sinha

Indian Netpreneurs are only beginning to trawl the future. The first success stories.

Units Of Despair

Units Of Despair

Oct 19, 1998 Shekhar Ghosh

The US-64 fiasco affects 2.5 crore investors; it could break the spine of Indian stockmarkets

Talking About Weather

Talking About Weather

Oct 12, 1998 Shekhar Ghosh

Five years after Latur, India's first disaster management info-network is in place

A Tiny Flicker Of Hope

A Tiny Flicker Of Hope

Oct 05, 1998 Shekhar Ghosh

The stockmarket is beginning to look up as experts speak of a turnaround

Juggle The Risk, Pass The Baton

Juggle The Risk, Pass The Baton

Sep 28, 1998 Shekhar Ghosh

A Take-out Finance scheme makes loans easier for infrastructure

Not Interested

Not Interested

Sep 21, 1998 Shekhar Ghosh

Banks are flush with funds but why are they reluctant to give loans?

Paying Their Dues At Last?

Paying Their Dues At Last?

Sep 14, 1998 Shekhar Ghosh

Bigger cases and names may follow the tough sentence on Hiten Dalal and Saranthan Mohan

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?

Sparkling Yet Again

Sparkling Yet Again

Aug 17, 1998 Shekhar Ghosh

India's exports of cut, polished diamonds see a resurgence

Going Down, Down, Down

Going Down, Down, Down

Aug 10, 1998 Shekhar Ghosh

Trouble looms over the horizon as Telco and Tisco, the two flagships of the Tata empire, falter

Doubly Damned

Doubly Damned

Jul 06, 1998 Shekhar Ghosh

The government feels markets are overreacting to Moody's downgrade. It's hopelessly wrong.

Can Afford To Sink A Bit

Can Afford To Sink A Bit

Jun 08, 1998 Paromita Shastri

Post-sanction panic drives the rupee down, helping the overvalued currency find its own level

Now, Defuse

Now, Defuse

May 25, 1998 Sandipan Deb

Can the budget meet the challenge of curbs

Chinese Coke, Anyone?

Chinese Coke, Anyone?

May 18, 1998 Shekhar Ghosh

Foreign manufacturers are selling at low prices in many sectors—jeopardising domestic industry

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?

Who'll Play Doctor?

Who'll Play Doctor?

Mar 16, 1998 Paromita Shastri

Industry and investors keep their fingers crossed over the new finance minister

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

Saffronomics '98

Saffronomics '98

Jan 26, 1998 Sanjay Suri

The Sangh parivar speaks in different tongues on economic policies, but the BJP treads the middle path on...