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Will not pursue Air India bid if not profitable: Aditya Ghosh to staff
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Will not pursue Air India bid if not profitable: Aditya Ghosh ...

Making its intention clear to become a world-class international carrier, IndiGo became the first airline to formally express interest in loss-making Air India soon after the government decided on its disinvestment even as the modalities are being worked out. Money Control, 1 month ago

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Why IndiGo expressing interest in Air India sounds both bizarre and brave

IndiGo President Aditya Ghosh wrote a letter to govt expressing interest in buying Air India
 Business Standard1 month ago Could be wise to write off some Air India debt: Panagariya  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago InterGlobe tanks 6% as IndiGo warms up to Air India buy  Business Standard1 month ago IndiGo, several other private airlines interested in buying Air India: Jayant Sinha  DNA1 month ago
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IndiGo, Jet keen to flap wings for UDAN after giving round 1 a miss

Aditya Ghosh of Interglobe Aviation argued that ministry could drop the ‘exclusivity’ clause for the subsequent auction rounds.
 Money Control2 months ago

Engine issues in A320 Neo planes, IndiGo cancels 84 flights

IndiGo has grounded at least eight Airbus A320(neo - new engine option) planes following problems in its engines leading to rescheduling of its services, including around 80 flights on Thursday. However, the airline said in a statement that the grounding of ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago IndiGo: Eight planes grounded  Rediff.com5 days ago Why IndiGo was forced to reschedule flights  Rediff.com1 month ago

Panagariya on how to make Air India attractive for buyers

Out of the total amount, Rs 17,359.77 crore is aircraft loan, while Rs 31,517.04 crore is working capital loan. Outgoing Niti Aayog vice-chairman Arvind Panagariya has said that writing off some debt of Air India, so as to make it attractive to prospective investors, could be a "wise" move. Following a suggestion by Niti Aayog, the government is endeavouring to privatise the state-owned carrier and a committee has been set up under Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to carry forward the process. "I ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Gautam double powers KSCA XI

Skipper CM Gautam slammed a double century before the bowlers produced a collective effort to set up a thumping innings and 205 runs victory for KSCA XI over Tripura Cricket Association (TCA) in the Dr (Capt) K Thimmappiah memorial cricket tournament here at ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Buying insurance for parents? Some tips

Don't go for family floater plans; though convenient they cost you more.Tinesh Bhasin tells you more.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ Some companies have started offering family floater health insurance plans that allow individuals to include their parents in the same policy. While such policies offer the convenience of paying a single premium for the entire family, buying a separate family floater policy for parents is more cost-effective. An individual should only include parents in a ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

IndiGo’s Q1 profit jumps 37% to Rs 811 crore on higher load factor

InterGlobe-run IndiGo on Monday logged in 37.1 per cent growth in net at Rs 811 crore, driven by higher load factor and the resulting better margins. A 5.5 per cent improvement in RASK (revenue per available seat), coupled with a strong 25.4 per cent growth ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

Kunal, Joshi slam contrasting tons

Kunal Kapoor and Anirudha Joshi struck centuries as KSCA President's XI piled a competitve score on the opening day of their fixture against Andhra Cricket Association in the Dr (Capt) K Thimmappaiah memorial tournament at RSI ground on Saturday. Batting ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Govt inclined to sell 51% in AI

The government is planning to sell a majority stake of 51 per cent, or even more, in debt-laden Air India along with management control as it attempts to make the disinvestment proposal attractive to investors. “Several investors have shown interest in ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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