The Web


Portfolio Tracker
Business Headlines
Sucheta Dalal
Message Board
Stock Talk

Home > News > Columns > Sucheta Dalal

Sucheta Dalal

March 5, 2003

Selling news or buying silence?
The reader, far from being king, is totally irrelevant. The entire debate over the ethics of 'selling' news has revolved around this simple fact, says Sucheta Dalal.

February 17, 2003

Who says the World Cup is about cricket?
At the end of the day, you have to admit that it's just not cricket anymore; it is a multi-billion-dollar entertainment industry, that has to be viewed in a correct and sober perspective, says Sucheta Dalal.

February 8, 2003

Contradictions in the divestment policy
India needs fresh thinking and quick decision-making to get out of the stifling bind of its galloping population and deadly poverty, says Sucheta Dalal.

January 31, 2003

There is more at stake than a mere face napkin
Consumer courts must make offending companies pay heavily for ill-treating consumers, feels Sucheta Dalal.

January 21, 2003

TRAI needs to pull up its socks
A fair telecom market needs a tough and unbiased regulator who can protect consumers' interests and create a level playing field for all parties, says Sucheta Dalal.

January 13, 2003

This one is for Shunu Sen
Shunu's formidable work at HLL and after will always remain part of marketing lore, but it is his monumental ability to celebrate life in the face of adversity that will always remain with the thousands who have lost a dear and inspiring friend, says Sucheta Dalal.

January 2, 2003

The Ambani dream, and a mysterious absence
The Reliance Infocomm launch, the thrust into varied areas, and an aggressive advertisement spell out the big Ambani dream. But Anil Ambani's absence at the launch has puzzled many, says Sucheta Dalal.

December 26, 2002

Why Reliance needs formal control of BSES
For two reasons: one, BSES has bid for Enron's Dabhol Power Company and, two, because it has also entered into telecom, says Sucheta Dalal.

December 18, 2002

Palkhivala: A legendary life
He rose from a humble middle class background to the pinnacle of professional achievement and was among the last breed of gentlemen who carried their erudition lightly and were unfailingly courteous to all, says Sucheta Dalal.

December 9, 2002

A sucker for the African e-mail scam
The scamsters first establish their 'bonafides' and ask for details about you. Depending on your response, they seek money from you…, says Sucheta Dalal.

December 5, 2002

Bhansali plans a comeback, via religion
If Bhansali has Rs 10 crore why isn't it being used to repay creditors? asks Sucheta Dalal.

November 28, 2002

The decline of the Mumbai police
'Nothing in the police reaction suggests regret or recognition of the irony that they are turning on ordinary folk when they find it increasingly difficult to catch thugs, rapists, pickpockets, extortionists and criminals.'

More  »


Copyright © 2003 India Limited. All Rights Reserved.