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Post sell-off, govt likely to hold around 26% stake in Air India
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Post sell-off, govt likely to hold around 26% stake in Air India

Government believes privatisation would increase the airline’s efficiency and make it profitable, enriching the value of the remaining stake with it. India may not fully privatise its beleaguered airline Air India. While policy think tank NITI Aayog had recommended a 100 per cent stake sale, the government may hold on to around a 26 per cent stake to be sold later.   A final call, however, would be taken by the group of ministers looking into the divestment process. Sources in the ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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'Private airports are not allowing UDAN vision'

'We have replaced an inefficient public sector with a monopolistic private sector.' Air Deccan, India’s first low-cost airline that made flying affordable for the middle class, is relaunching its operations from December 23. The airline’s promoter, G R Gopinath, bottom, left, tells Arindam Majumder about the hurdles it faced, the country’s aviation scene and much more. Excerpts: You were supposed to start operations by September. What took you so long? We faced huge problems ...
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SKAT prepared to dazzle Jodh skies

Denizens of Jodhpur city will be treated to the daring aerobats by the Indian Air Force’s (IAF) aerobatic demonstration team - Surya Kiran. With their aerial meticulously planned and executed stunts, the Surya Kiran Aerobatic Team (SKAT) is surely going ...
 DNA1 month ago
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Finally, SRK show gets a slot!

After Hrs told you that Shah Rukh Khan’s comeback TV show TED Talks — India that was to air in October sometime during Diwali has been postponed to December and talks were on about the time slot for the show. Now, we have learnt that the makers ...
 DNA2 months ago
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Does it make sense for anyone to buy Air India?

With a debt of several thousand crore rupees, there’s no chance the government can attract any buyer unless it cleans up the balance sheet, says Anjuli Bhargava. With the Tata’s new chairman stating that the Tata’s would look closely at Air India’s sale (and that it makes no sense for them to be in two airline ventures with 15-20 aircraft each), there has been much discussion on how Air India would stack up for the Tata’s or for any other buyer for that ...
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Capital sees slight improvement in air

The Capital has received little respite from ‘severe’ levels of air pollution despite the air quality having slightly improved over the past two days from ‘severe’ to the ‘very poor’ category. While the early morning hours ...
 DNA2 months ago Air quality may turn 'severe'  DNA1 month ago After brief respite, city air quality deteriorates again  DNA2 months ago Winds from north bring chill to the city, air quality better  DNA1 month ago
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India successfully test-fires supersonic interceptor missile

India on Thursday successfully test-fired its indigenously developed Advanced Air Defence supersonic interceptor missile, capable of destroying any incoming ballistic missile in low altitude, from a test range in Odisha. This was the third supersonic interceptor test carried out this year in which an incoming ballistic missile target was successfully intercepted, within 30 km altitude of the earth's atmosphere by an interceptor.   "It was a direct hit and grand success," defence sources ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago 'Made in India' Akash missile test-fired successfully  Rediff.com1 month ago India test fires 'Nirbhay' missile  Rediff.com2 months ago
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How skewed is India's income profile?

Questions on the efficacy of the government’s drive towards filing of more returns by individuals and on whether raising tax exemption levels has led to reduced compliance in filing of returns by those who go out of the tax net, says A K Bhattacharya. The Central Board of Direct Taxes may (CBDT) celebrate the arrival of “acche din” with the latest income-tax returns data showing a 23.5 per cent increase in the number of individuals reporting an annual gross total income of ...
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The secret behind Xiaomi's success in India

The Chinese smartphone maker’s focus on offline retail has helped it overtake Samsung in top 50 cities in India. On a Monday in November, Manu Kumar Jain was seen taking selfies with a group of traders at Hoskote. Jain, the global vice-president of Xiaomi and managing director of the Chinese firm’s Indian subsidiary, was celebrating a small but crucial feat: the on-boarding of 30-odd retailers for Xiaomi’s mission to transform its retail reach in the hinterlands.   ...
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India admits its drone lost contact and crossed into China

Responding to China’s statement that over a drone crashing into Chinese territory, the Ministry of Defence on Thursday issued a statement where they admitted to the incident taking place. “An Indian UAV which was on a regular training mission ...
 DNA1 month ago
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