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SpiceJet Sees Improving Outlook Despite Profit Plunge

SpiceJet's average fares rose 25 per cent from the previous quarter despite a 16 per cent rise in capacity in terms of seat kilometers

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Defence: A Heavy Load

Surely, a country with a 15,106-km-long border with testy neighbours needs to spend more than a mere 1.58% of its GDP on defence?

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Critical To Ramp Up Factory Output

Contraction in manufacturing data coupled with falling investment numbers pose stiff challenges to the health of Indian economy

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IndiGo Reports Rising Airfare After Year Of Declines; Shares Take Off

Investors welcomed the news, with InterGlobe Aviation Ltd shares rising as much as 5 per cent to their highest in three weeks

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Jet Airways Remains In An Air Pocket

Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways, Jet's second-largest shareholder, is now in talks with creditors for a deal that could help the airline back on its feet

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Step Up To Meet New Challenges

With the new waves of technology influencing the battleground, it’s time the Indian defence establishment fine tunes its policies to suit the modern warfare tactics

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Suresh Prabhu Inaugurates Global Aviation Summit 2019 In Mumbai

The aviation industry in India has been experiencing exponential growth with the domestic aviation market growing at 20 percent annually for the last four years

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Jet Airways Shares Jump After Report Chairman Likely To Step Down

Jet was likely to finalise a resolution plan with its lenders this week, and that Goyal would trim his 51 percent stake to 20-25 percent and agree to voting rights on his stake being capped at 10 percent, in a bid to save the debt-laden carrier

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Corporate Governance In Listed Companies: From The Abyss Into The Sunshine

The 2017 World Bank ‘Doing Business’ report ranks India at the 13th place in terms of minority protection

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Indian Banks Propose $900 Million Turnaround Plan For Jet Airways

The financial woes of Jet, India's biggest full-service carrier by market share, worsened in 2018 amid rising oil prices and intense pricing competition in the Indian skies

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Tata-Sia (Vistara): Wings Of Success

‘We will keep challenging the status quo in the Indian aviation industry and multiply our differentiators’

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‘HAL Is Working To Deliver Remaining Tejas To IAF By March 2019’

BW Businessworld’s Manish Kumar Jha caught up with HAL CMD R. Madhvan to discuss these issues as well as those pertaining to its future plans

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Is It Time For HAL To Buckle Up?

Is HAL capable of being the next generation aerospace agency that India needs it to be? Here’s a SWOT analysis of its strengths and weaknesses

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Mallya Intends To Appeal Against UK Court's Extradition Verdict

"Mallya has now been able to consider the court's decision and intends to file an application for permission to appeal at the appropriate time"

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‘IAF Is Ready To Take On Any Adversary ...’

The IAF is an ardent student of modern warfare and has geared itself up both in terms of training as well as equipment across the entire spectrum

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