Anjuli Bhargava

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'Across industries, there is a shortage of digital skills'

'Across industries, there is a shortage of digital skills'

Rediff.com23 hours ago

'The kind of jobs the advent of artificial intelligence, data science and so on are creating simply didn't exist before'

'The faster one vaccinates, the lower the infections'

'The faster one vaccinates, the lower the infections'

Rediff.com1 days ago

'We are not yet out of the woods.' 'If India sees the South African or Brazilian type of mutations, our numbers will rapidly rise.'

COVID/USA: 'We haven't seen the worst yet'

COVID/USA: 'We haven't seen the worst yet'

Rediff.com8 Jan 2021

'The question is really can we prevent half a million deaths.' 'We are fast approaching that number.'

Covid-19: Good, bad and ugly of Indian aviation sector

Covid-19: Good, bad and ugly of Indian aviation sector

Rediff.com8 Jan 2021

The year gone by has also forced all airlines to turn the lens sharply on their own costs, workings and internal dynamics, opening their eyes to their vulnerabilities. Fewer, leaner, nimbler players will emerge from the carnage.

Can Murari Lal Jalan revive Jet Airways?

Can Murari Lal Jalan revive Jet Airways?

Rediff.com8 Dec 2020

For Jet's revival, Mr Jalan should be on the scene long enough for everyone to get to know him, appreciate his skills, and not vanish into thin air within a matter of months or even weeks, observes Anjuli Bhargava.

6 years after a revival, SpiceJet is back where it started

6 years after a revival, SpiceJet is back where it started

Rediff.com19 Nov 2020

Despite the gains from Jet's closure, in 2018 and 2019, the airline continued to make losses in many quarters for a variety of reasons, including some mistakes like taking on Jet's aircraft, which were not in great shape and had business class configuration, a gamble that did not work for SpiceJet.

Learn a language, get a cushy job

Learn a language, get a cushy job

Rediff.com9 Nov 2020

Of the 200 to 250 students who enroll in a graduate language course at Doon University annually, nearly all are assured placement in a range of companies like Amazon (France), AXA Insurance, Oracle and Capgemini.

Why are India's pilots angry and anxious?

Why are India's pilots angry and anxious?

Rediff.com9 Nov 2020

'The pay cuts have been very tough on those with entire families to support.'

The missing pieces in Jet Air's revival plan

The missing pieces in Jet Air's revival plan

Rediff.com7 Nov 2020

After 18 months of closure, what really could be salvaged? And the answer sadly is, precious little, Patience, perseverance and plenty of moolah is the way forward even assuming intent is in place, says Anjuli Bhargava.

Duolingo: The global teacher

Duolingo: The global teacher

Rediff.com31 Oct 2020

In 2020, Indian users went up by 400 per cent, making it the fastest growing market in the world for Duolingo, with China coming in second.

Many reasons why Jet Air may miss the flight path, once again

Many reasons why Jet Air may miss the flight path, once again

Rediff.com28 Oct 2020

If the Murari Lal Jalan-Kalrock Capital combine can script a turnaround, it will have pulled off a bigger coup than Ajay Singh did with SpiceJet in 2014.

Despite airpockets, airlines will stay airborne

Despite airpockets, airlines will stay airborne

Rediff.com12 Oct 2020

The initial speculation over who is likely to down shutters seems to have given way to a resigned acceptance that all the players are determined to stay in the game.

Why is Vistara making such huge losses?

Why is Vistara making such huge losses?

Rediff.com25 Sep 2020

Market estimates suggest the airline has already totted up Rs 1,800 crore of losses in FY20, and FY21 is expected to see losses in the region of Rs 2,500 crore to Rs 3,000 crore Many in the sector say that Vistara lacks the light-footedness of the airlines with which it competes, reports Anjuli Bhargava.

Why Tata's buyout of Air India makes sense

Why Tata's buyout of Air India makes sense

Rediff.com10 Sep 2020

The industry is hoping the Tatas deepen their dive and offer two stable airlines -- a Vistara merged into Air India servicing the international routes, and an AirAsia India merged with Air India Express that competes with the low fare airlines in India and offers destinations within five hours, says Anjuli Bhargava.

How Anant Agrawal built edX into a global giant

How Anant Agrawal built edX into a global giant

Rediff.com4 Sep 2020

'Many who have experimented with online education will adopt a blended model once things return to normal,' edX CEO and founder Anant Agrawal tells Anjuli Bhargava.

What CBI probe means for Mumbai, Navi Mumbai airports

What CBI probe means for Mumbai, Navi Mumbai airports

Rediff.com25 Aug 2020

Strangely, a few days after filing the charges, the CBI teams arrived in Hyderabad and Mumbai to raid GVK's offices and found incriminating evidence, a reversal of the normal course of events.

Covid-19 impact: How India's beleaguered airlines plan to keep flying high

Covid-19 impact: How India's beleaguered airlines plan to keep flying high

Rediff.com18 Aug 2020

As the world reverts to normal, will there be a new normal where countries including India become more and more protective of their own territories, markets, bilaterals, traffic and cargo?

Air India's LWP scheme stinks of nepotism

Air India's LWP scheme stinks of nepotism

Rediff.com7 Aug 2020

If the idea of LWP scheme is to only weed out around 600 employees and subsequently save the carrier Rs 10 crore a month, the management could have easily laid off the retired employees, who had an advantage over others by dint of having 'connections' internally and in the corridors of the ministry of civil aviation, say Air India staff.

How Covid-19 weakened Air Asia India beyond recovery

How Covid-19 weakened Air Asia India beyond recovery

Rediff.com31 Jul 2020

In India, many players are in the throes of chaos and pain but at least one partnership -- Air Asia India -- that was fraying even before the pandemic now finds itself at breaking point, says Anjuli Bhargava.

How this young artist changed the lives of hapless migrants

How this young artist changed the lives of hapless migrants

Rediff.com18 Jul 2020

In the midst of all the self-flagellation at our collective inability to assist the country's migrants through their misery, at least one person (or a group of people) decided to do more than just chest beating. Anjuli Bhargava traces the tale of how a relief effort in Goa is transforming into a movement to drive long-term change.

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