Anirban Chowdhury

  • Richard Branson to meet Maharashtra CM on Hyperloop project tomorrow

    Richard Branson to meet Maharashtra CM on Hyperloop project tomorrow

    “When there is a change in administration and you’ve a big project going on, it is important to have a courtesy call. Uddhav Thackeray and the various coalition people that he has around them need to meet people who are doing big projects or those wanting to do big projects in their state,” said Branson, the founder of the diversified conglomerate Virgin Group.

    Travel portal HappyEasyGo raises Rs 350 crore

    Travel portal HappyEasyGo raises Rs 350 crore

    The company, promoted by Boris Zha, a Singaporean national, raised the funds from Korea Investment Partners (KIP), SamsungVenture Investment Corporation (SVIC), UOB Venture, 10 Fund, CVCapital, Zero2IPO Ventures and M&S Partners among others.

    Foreign trips may pinch fliers as airfares surge

    Foreign trips may pinch fliers as airfares surge

    Flights to US, Europe this holiday season may cost three times more on Jet’s exit. The India-London sector could see new flights, with Vistara and IndiGo possibly starting them next year, but other routes will have to wait. A Delhi-Paris ticket is priced at Rs 1,14,642 against Rs 40,020 in December last year, according to travel aggregator ixigo.

    IndiGo becomes IATA member

    IndiGo becomes IATA member

    IndiGo on Wednesday announced it has become a member of the global lobbying body the International Air Transport Association, which is a group of more than 290 member airlines.

    IndiGo director asks US Court to revoke summons

    IndiGo director asks US Court to revoke summons

    Airline’s founder Rahul Bhatia and his IGE Group filed a petition in Maryland District Court against IndiGo’s independent director Anupam Khanna, accusing him of acting in concert with co-founder Gangwal, who Bhatia has legally accused of breaching the shareholders' agreement on IndiGo. Bhatia filed the case on the alleged breach of shareholders’ agreement.

    Logistics firms feel the slowdown, scale back on expansion

    Logistics firms feel the slowdown, scale back on expansion

    India’s second-quarter GDP data is to be released on November 29. In the recent past, auto sales, consumption, real estate sales and bank credit data have pointed to a demand slowdown. India’s industrial production shrank for the second consecutive month in September, its worst performance in the series that began in April 2012.

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