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9 obsolete laws we don't need anymore

Did you know there are laws made as far back as 1836 still in circulation in the Indian legal apparatus? As part of the National Democratic Alliance’s promise to unclutter statute books by......

Why it's tough to be a reporter

A journalist must perform various roles, be passionate yet detached, feels Gopalkrishna Gandhi A journalist’s life is not easy Whose is? Nobody’s! True, but others do not have to be......

We will be number one in India: Airbus

IndiGo’s mega order for 250 Airbus A320 aircraft will propel Airbus into the top position in India’s narrow-bodied aircraft market, Kiran Rao, the aircraft manufacturer’s......

IndiGo retains star position but profit hit hard

In an indication of competition in the sector impacting severely the margins of domestic airlines, the country’s largest no-frills air carrier, IndiGo, has reported a 60 per cent drop in net......

IndiGo approaches investment board in run-up to IPO

IndiGo’s holding company InterGlobe Aviation, which has reportedly been in talks with bankers for an initial public offering this financial year, has approached the Foreign Investment......

flydubai eyes stakes in India's budget airlines

Close on the heels of Qatar Airways showing an interest in the country’s largest budget carrier IndiGo, Dubai-based low-cost carrier flydubai on Monday said it was 'open' to investing in an......

Price war: Fly AirAsia for Rs 5, IndiGo at Re 1!

AirAsia’s Rs 5 basic fare offer has triggered competition and criticism from rivals, with market leader IndiGo launching a Rs 1 basic fare on AirAsia’s inaugural routes and SpiceJet......
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Reviving SpiceJet is akin to starting up again

Starting a new airline from scratch is not an easy task in India. Fixing one that’s almost reached the brink is even less so. Ajay Singh,... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/report/reviving-spicejet-is-akin-to-starting-up-again/20150414.htm
DGCA tells airlines to film crew breath analyser tests

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has instructed all airlines to video record the pre-flight breathalyser tests of their pilots and... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/report/dgca-tells-airlines-to-film-crew-breath-analyser-tests/20150403.htm
New airlines might find flying abroad tougher

The Centre has made its proposed credit-based system for allowing new airlines to fly abroad more stringent. In January, the Union civil aviation... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/report/new-airlines-might-find-flying-abroad-tougher/20150319.htm
India's first private airport to be operational in April

India’s first private Greenfield airport at Durgapur, promoted by Bengal Aerotropolis Projects Ltd (BAPL), is likely to be operational by... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/report/indias-first-private-airport-to-be-operational-in-april/20150316.htm
As competition grows IndiGo, Jet spruce customer offerings

IndiGo revamps website, Jet ties up with Twitter India's largest airline by market share, IndiGo, has revamped its website and number two airline... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/report/as-competition-grows-indigo-jet-spruce-customer-offerings/20150304.htm

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