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Ratan Tata Hails SC Judgement To Set Aside NCLAT Order Restoring Mistry's Position At Tata Group

Mistry had raised issues related to corporate governance and transparency, alleged Rs 22 crore fraudulent transactions involving non-existent entities in India and Singapore in Tatas' joint venture with Air Asia.

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Fir lodged after passengers caught with ammunition at IGI Airport

Fir lodged after passengers caught with ammunition at IGI Airport

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Experts’ View on Changing Dynamics of Outsourcing in L&D Interventions

The business dynamics are evolving in a new sense and so as the L&D interventions. HR and L&D experts came together to discuss the strategies to stay ahead of the learning curve and the nuance of outsourcing in L&D to bring in innovation and effectiveness in training.

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DGCA suspends Air Asia pilots over safety violations

DGCA suspends Air Asia pilots over safety violations

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COVID-19: Will AirAsia Be The Next Airline To Fold?

It began with the purchase of the bankrupt airline from Malaysian government conglomerate DRB- Hicom back in December 2001 by legendary and flamboyant founder, Tony Fernandes.

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Aviation Regulator Investigating AirAsia India After Pilot Alleges Safety Violations

The pilot tweeted on Sunday that he has been suspended by AirAsia India 'for standing up for safe operations of an aircraft and its passengers.'

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Air Asia, Qatar Airways, Emirates Under CBI Scanner For Taking Help Of Deepak Talwar

The CBI has also claimed to have found material showing Talwar extending help to Air Asia, Qatar Airways, Air Arabia and Emirates.

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No Bids For Air India So Far, Will Not Extend Deadline: Aviation Secretary

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government, keen to sell the loss-making, debt-ridden airline, finalised plans in late March to divest a 76 percent stake and offload about $5.1 billion of its debt

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With Tata Patriarch Back As Pilot, Likely Tailwind For Airline Ventures

As family patriarch Ratan Tata takes back the controls at his Indian conglomerate after a boardroom coup this week, one sector is cheering his, albeit interim, return: the group's airline ventures, both lagging competitors in India's cutthroat market

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Deposed Tata Group Chairman Mistry Alleges Rs 22 Crore Fraud Transactions In Tatas Aviation JV

Flagging 'ethical concerns' in Tata group's aviation joint venture with Air Asia, ousted Chairman Cyrus Mistry has alleged that forensic investigation revealed fraudulent transactions of Rs 22 crore involving non-existent entities in India and Singapore

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Vistara, AirAsia India Seek Quick Fleet Growth As Aviation Rules Eased

AirAsia India CEO Amar Abrol has said that the airline will increase its fleet from six to 20 aircraft 'as soon as possible'

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