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AirAsia to connect 9 destinations by year end

AirAsia India is looking to price itself 30-35% cheaper than rivals, expects to break even in 4 months.

Akhilesh Yadav hardsells Uttar Pradesh, forgets a Dalit entrepreneurial success story

The state has been in turmoil with reports of gang rape and brutal murder of two Dalit girls in Badaun district of the state.


Venture with Tata Group competitive collaboration: Singapore Airlines

Initially, the carrier plans to operate two flights a day to Mumbai, with one of them going further to Goa.

Tata picks holes in PM’s 2nd term; others pin hope on ‘Modi majority’

Tata Group chairman emeritus praises Manmohan Singh for ‘high personal values’.

Tata group measured the economic value of just 43 creative ideas that took place last year. Reuters

Tata group’s innovation economic value to cross $1 bn

Tata group measured the economic value of just 43 creative ideas that took place last year.

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Govt puts three coal mines up for auction

The government had to discard the first-come-first serve basis for auctioning 2G airwaves and had to auction afresh after the Supreme Court ordered in 2012 the cancellation of 122 licences issued in 2008.


Tata Group India’s most valuable brand, Apple Inc. on top globally

Tata Group was declared India’s most valuable brand with a value of USD 21.1 billion.

Coal block

IMG for scrapping 30 captive coal blocks

In its two-day meeting, IMG considered status of 61 coal blocks and finally zeroed on mines de-allocation.

IMG recommends cancellation of 30 coal blocks

Industry giants including Tata, JSPL, Essar, Vedanta, ArcelorMittal are impacted by the order.

IMG recommends cancellation of 19 coal blocks

The fate of the other blocks were not immediately known.


Claiming ‘proof’ in 2G scam, AAP targets Karunanidhi with fresh charges

AAP also alleged that the Tata Group was granted “favours” by the then DMK government.

Tata eyes 40% turnover growth in defence manufacturing

The nation currently imports over 70 per cent of its total defence equipment needs.


Rising from the Ashes

Cyrus Mistry, winner of the 2014 DSC prize for South Asian Literature, is one of the most interesting but least celebrated Indians writing in English.

EBRD working with Tata Group on potential Georgia power project

The bank’s president, Sir Suma Chakrabarti, will be following up on the discussions at the World Economic Forum.