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Aditya Narayan threatens, abuses official at Raipur airport
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Aditya Narayan threatens, abuses official at Raipur airport

Bollywood singer Udit Narayan’s son Aditya Narayan allegedly got into an argument with IndiGo ground staff and abused them at Raipur airport after he was asked to cough up Rs 13,000 for excess baggage, according to the airline. Aditya Narayan, who is a singer, actor and TV host, was booked on a flight from Raipur to Mumbai on Sunday morning. At the time of check-in at the airport he was asked to pay for extra baggage weighing 40 kg, which led to a heated argument between him ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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IndiGo's huge cash reserve will help it to spread wings further

IndiGo's share sale will raise the company’s retained earnings to Rs 2,680 crore. The proposed sale and issue of fresh shares by IndiGo can fetch India’s largest airline Rs 5,370 crore (Rs 53.7 billion), providing a major impetus to its expansion plans. The airline has announced the sale of 33.6 million shares, 22.3 million shares through fresh issue, to institutional buyers in order to comply with rules for companies to lower promoter stakes and achieve a public shareholding of 25 ...
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The extraordinary story of Radha Daga and Triguni Food

'One’s dreams never end. If you don’t dream, you don’t exist. You need to dream to look forward to in life.' Radha Daga, who went from a textile exporter to food entrepreneur at 60 years of age, shares her incredible journey with Shobha Warrier. At 60, when people retire from work, she decided to be an entrepreneur. At 75, when people prefer to sit at home and relax, she commutes for an hour and a half to her factory. When people of her age complain about aches and pains, ...
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Fares on IndiGo's long-haul routes likely to be 30% lower

Long-haul low-cost carriers like Scoot and AirAsia X offer a similar configuration. IndiGo may adopt a two-class configuration in its long-haul routes. The airline plans to offer a small business class along with dense economy seating, and unbundled products like meals, priority boarding and check-in, and seat selection to economy passengers.   Long-haul low-cost carriers (LCCs) like Scoot and AirAsia X offer a similar configuration. “If we expand our operations to include long-haul ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Why did IndiGo kill its golden goose?  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Why pilots are asked to give a year's notice. The 'real' reason

When the move was first thought of it was at the behest of Jet Airways, IndiGo, SpiceJet and Air India. Only Vistara and AirAsia were opposing it as they were doing the poaching, says Anjuli Bhargava. Union Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju is busy these days. The industry, pilots and other officials say he’s busy. With what no one can quite say (although I now refer to him as Jahangir), so let’s just accept it for what it is. A bit like Rahul Gandhi -- wrong man in the wrong ...
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While Maruti is still the king; Tata Motors gains, Hyundai slips

The curious case is of Honda, which has moved up the pecking order while actually losing market share! The compact sedan segment has seen some action in recent times, with the pecking order changing with new launches. While players like Tata Motors gained market share and moved up the order, others like Hyundai slipped as demand for its Xcent slowed down.   Maruti Suzuki India, however, remained the undisputed leader, growing its market share to over 50 per cent in the 150,000-odd units ...
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Why no-fly list is still not ready

Government officials favoured compulsory biometric identification but said it did not happen because of the Supreme Court judgment on Aadhaar Remember Ravindra Gaikwad, the Shiv Sena member of Parliament who became the first person to be barred by airlines from flying? The incident prompted the government to revise guidelines to handle unruly passengers by allowing airlines to ban them. But India’s no-fly list is yet to take off as airlines find it difficult to identify offenders and the ...
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Faulty machines burden passengers with extra charge

Faulty weighing practice at airports is burdening passengers with extra charges for luggage. The luggage weighing scales of three airlines counters at Jaipur airport failed on the standards during an inspection by the consumer department’s weight and ...
 DNA1 month ago
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Minority histories of the Indian national flag

This week, India celebrates 70 years of independence. The tricolour flag, perhaps the most tangible and potent symbol of freedom from colonial servitude, is on particularly full display. Few weeks ago, a rally was organised in Delhi under a 2,200-foot-long ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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Why the govt must not waive off Air India's debt before selling it to private players

The government has decided to sell Air India, an organisation that has been incurring losses for over a decade. As demanded by the pro-PSU sellout brigade, the airline, that was once the pride of Indian skies, will soon be in the hands of private sector ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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