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Service tax dept begins e-auction for Mallya's luxury jet
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Service tax dept begins e-auction for Mallya's luxury jet

The final list of bidders would be finalised only after the interested firms pay the earnest money deposit on June 30.     The service tax department is in the process of auctioning beleaguered industrialist Vijay Mallya’s luxury jet Airbus 319, in Mumbai, in a bid to recover part of the Rs 800-crore (Rs 8 billion) service tax due from the now defunct Kingfisher Airlines. “There are four foreign companies that have registered for the bid process of which one UAE-based ... Rediff.com, 19 hours ago

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Yard Barker, 2 months ago
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When Air India made a record Rs 1-crore profit a day

Air India’s net profit doubled to Rs 333 crore (Rs 3.33 billion) in 1992-93 from the previous year. Air India made Rs 1 crore (Rs 10 million) profit a day under Y C Deveshwar’s chairmanship in 1992-93, making it the sixth most profitable airline in the world that year. Deveshwar, stepping down as executive chairman of ITC next February, was appointed by then Civil Aviation Minister Madhavrao Scindia to head Air India during 1991-94. His tenure was marked by improved profits and ...
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How the new aviation policy will hurt Jet Airways' interest

Relaxation of 5/20 would impact Jet more than other airlines. Competition is set to increase on international routes, with the government relaxing the 5/20 rule which prevented domestic airlines from flying abroad unless they had at the least five years’ experience in domestic operations and a fleet of at least 20 aircraft. Vistara and AirAsia India have been lobbying for the relaxation of this rule. Their foreign expansion will impact Jet Airways more than other private airlines, as it ...
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Some of India's top firms face debt trap

Lanco Infratech is missing from the list as it is yet to declare its consolidated results for FY16 India’s top 10 business houses are the biggest borrowers from banks but it’s the next 10 -- ranked 11 to 20 -- which are giving a bigger headache to lenders, as many of these firms are running out of ammunition to service their debt. In FY16, for the first time in a decade, the combined operating profit of the country’s top 11 to 20 borrowers fell short of their interest ...
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Wonder if Obamas will shift to India: Sena's potshot against Modi

In a sarcastic take on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s bonhomie with Barack Obama, key Bharatiya Janata Party ally Shiv Sena on Friday wondered if the US President will shift to India when his term gets over. The Sena also slammed the US for pursuing a “dual policy” towards India and Pakistan. “US President has become a good friend of PM Modi. Their relationship is so deep that we wonder if the Obama family will shift to Surat, Rajkot, Porbandar, Manali, Mahabaleshwar or ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago 'Modi's US visit is about consolidation, celebration of ties'  Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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Kanhaiya's 'attacker' greets Amit Shah in Pune

Manas Deka, accused by the Jawaharlal Nehru University students’ leader Kanhaiya Kumar of trying to “strangle” him on board an aircraft in April, on Monday led a delegation of Assamese youths which greeted Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah at a function. The brief encounter took place before Shah was to address a convention of ‘Pramod Mahajan Skill and Entrepreneurship Mission’, a state government initiative on the lines of the Centre’s ‘Skill ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Kanhaiya alleges strangulation attempt on flight, cops reject charge  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Rising fuel price, weak rupee to hurt airlines

Domestic jet fuel prices are up 7%, but are still 14% lower on a y-o-y basis. While lower fuel prices have brought respite to airlines, their non-fuel costs are rising because of rupee depreciation Domestic airlines’ profits will come under pressure due to rising crude oil price and a weak rupee. Brent crude oil price has gained 36 per cent since the beginning of the year and touched $48.28 a barrel last Friday. Domestic jet fuel prices are up seven per cent since January, but are still ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Passenger growth, lower fuel prices to boost revenues of airlines  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Movies & cricket serious business for Tim Cook's future India plans

Apple CEO landed in Kanpur for IPL match as jet to Vizag was late; he also got to see Lucknow Apple chief executive officer Tim Cook’s visit to India, mixing plenty of leisure with work, has set off comparisons with other tech giants. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s trips to the country in 2014 and 2015 lasted for about two days. Microsoft chief Satya Nadella will come at the end of this month only for a day, the same as the duration of his previous official visit in November ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Ties with US on 'razor edge' after Mansour's killing: Pak media

The ‘complicated’ relationship between the United States and Pakistan has been thrown on the ‘razor edge’ and the ties could become more ‘nasty’ after the killing of Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour in an American drone strike inside Pakistan, media in Islamabad said on Monday. Delving into the possible impact of the drone attack, The Nation said that ‘complicated ties between Pakistan and the US could be on course to become nasty after the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Jet crew member injured in Brussels attack returns home

Jet Airways crew member Nidhi Chaphekar, who was injured in the Brussels airport bombings in March this year and her picture became the face of the terror attack, returned to Mumbai on Friday morning. Nidhi, 42, who has not yet recovered from the injuries suffered in the terrorist attack, arrived around 7.30 am on Friday on a Paris-Mumbai Jet airways flight and was driven to Breach Candy hospital from the airport. Airline officials said Nidhi has low immunity and doctors have advised her to ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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