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SpiceJet's revival has lessons for Air India
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Jitender Bhargava: SpiceJet's revival has lessons for Air India

Barely six months ago, SpiceJet was in a state of crisis with an uncertain future. Fleet and network had shrunk, market share was down, lessors were demanding back aircraft for non-payment of lease rentals, and service providers like Airports ... Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago

Reviving PSU banks: Time for Jaitley to act now

For a government that has moved simply too slowly in recapitalising public sector banks, it is good to hear Finance Minister Arun Jaitley tell investors in the US that this will happen in three-six months. It will be too little, too late. Between ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 month ago

Court revives challenge to ban on gun sales to Americans visiting from abroad

Akhilesh government to extend WiFi facilities at important places of UP Monsoon session of Bihar Legislature from July 24 Assam for including all voters names in NRC Two teenagers drown in separate rain-related incidents in Thane CBSE to hold AIPMT ...
 United News of India1 month ago
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SpiceJet faces litmus test with Q1 results

Mumbai: Life seldom offers a second chance. SpiceJet Ltd is an exception. After staring at the prospects of closure in the winter of 2014, the low-cost airline is back in business under a new management, with more flights and aggressive discounts.
 Livemint.com3 days ago
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On the waterfront - Kerala

Savour the slow pace of life along Kerala's backwaters and get enchanted by an almost-forgotten art form Corbis The sun sets over a kettuvalam on the backwaters1/8photos Alamy/Indiapicture A jovial resident of the Jewish Quarter, ...
 Outlook Traveller6 days ago
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FTSE CLOSE: Footsie turns red as the FT is sold to Japan's Nikkei - while Ferrari's New York listing is officially 'go go go'

Published: 2 View comments 17.45: The FTSE 100 closed down 12.33 points at 6655.01 despite positive reaction to Pearson's sale of the Financial Times to Japan's Nikkei. Pearson is to focus on its main business in education publishing after agreeing ...
 This is Money1 week ago
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The man who saved SpiceJet from going bankrupt

Over a typical SpiceJet in-flight meal, Ajay Singh tells Alokananda Chakraborty what it takes to pull a carrier back from the brink.   Would lunch at the SpiceJet headquarters in Gurgaon be all right? Mr (Ajay) Singh has his hands full, you see." Oh dear. An in-flight meal of cold sandwich and soggy eggs sprang to mind. Not my idea of a great lunch, but what options do I have? SpiceJet's chairman and managing director, Ajay Singh, who returned to the helm this February, is working ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Indian aviation will go regional, will help us: Patrick de Castelbajac

France-based aircraft manufacturer ATR has 30 aircraft in operation in India. ATR's turnover stood at $1.8 billion in 2014 ($1.63 billion in 2013), and increased its aircraft deliveries to 83 aircraft globally (compared with 74 in 2013). India's two ...
 Smart Investor2 weeks ago Indian aviation going regional will help us: Patrick de Castelbajac  Smart Investor1 week ago
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India's anti-corruption campaign makes quiet strides

Chief executives, investment bankers, and lawyers privately say that the current government has made it much harder for tycoons to get special dispensations from Delhi Activists of Communist Party of India Marxist hold a cartoon placard portraying former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during a protest against the telecom corruption scandal in New Delhi. Photograph: Parivartan Sharma/Reuters. India is home to Asia's other big anti-graft campaign. Narendra Modi's drive to squash corruption ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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The Greece Crisis and its lessons for India

'India cannot expect to be insulated from the crisis. Europe is India's biggest trading partner with two-way trade of E72.5 billion or Rs 530,000 crore last year,' says Paranjoy Guha Thakurta. Even black humour has its ideological orientation as far as today's Greece is concerned. The capitalist version of the joke goes like this. Going Dutch means everyone sitting at a restaurant table shares the bill while Going Greek means that after everyone has eaten and drunk, everyone gets up and ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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