Anindya Upadhyay

  • Six ministries to decide on FDI retail

    Six ministries to decide on FDI retail

    An inter-ministerial panel will decide on the contentious issue of opening organised retail to foreign investment after examining stakeholder feedback to the discussion paper put out by the government.

    But for regulations, helicopters would fly high: Tyagi

    But for regulations, helicopters would fly high: Tyagi

    The ground is set for a spurt in helicopter services, but a lack of regulation is holding back the sector. RK Tyagi, chairman and managing director, Pawan Hans Helicopters, says with right laws India could add 500 helicopters to the existing 250 in five years.

    Airlines face short of 300 pilots now

    Airlines face short of 300 pilots now

    Airports are humming again. The country’s airlines have drawn up ambitious expansion plans against a brightening backdrop, but are confronted with a severe shortage of experienced pilots.

    AI to cut fares by 10% to grab market share

    AI to cut fares by 10% to grab market share

    Air India has decided to slash fares by around 10% in an attempt to shore up market share, raising the possibility of a full-blown price war in the debt-laden domestic aviation industry.

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