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New Delhi: The government may not infuse about Rs21,000 crore in the promised equity into Air India Ltd once the state-owned airline is privatised, a top official said.
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(Reuters) - Indian shares fell on Wednesday tracking weaker Asian markets, with consumer stocks such as ITC Ltd and metals shares such as Vedanta Ltd weighing on the broader NSE index. (3-0)
New Delhi: More airlines may participate in the second round of the Udan regional connectivity scheme, civil aviation secretary R.N. Chaubey indicated on Tuesday, while announcing that the government has received 141 initial proposals for the aviation scheme.
New Delhi: IndiGo, India’s biggest airline by market share, approached the Delhi high court on 4 November, challenging a Delhi International Airport Pvt. Ltd decision relating to shifting a part of the airline’s operations to a new terminal.
New Delhi: SpiceJet Ltd’s Q2 profit rose 79% as it filled more seats and improved passenger yield.
The market snapped two-day losing streak, ending flat with a positive bias on Thursday; but the broader markets outperformed equity benchmarks, following strong earnings. Investors focussed on SBI earnings and the outcome of GST Council meeting due tomorrow. (36-0)
Shares of Interglobe Aviation Ltd, operator of IndiGo airline, fell as much as 4.5 per cent to Rs 1,153.80, on alleged assault on a passenger.
A video allegedly showing security staff of India's IndiGo airline manhandling a passenger went viral on Monday, prompting the federal government to launch an investigation into the incident involving the country's biggest airline.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A video allegedly showing security staff of India’s IndiGo airline manhandling a passenger went viral on Monday, prompting the Union government to launch an investigation into the incident involving the country’s biggest airline.
(Reuters) - Indian shares, bonds and the rupee fell on Tuesday after oil prices surged overnight to their highest since mid-2015, raising concerns about the inflation outlook and hitting oil refiners such as Reliance Industries Ltd. (11-0)
Shares of aviation companies, Jet Airways, SpiceJet, and InterGlobe Aviation, fell 3-5 percent on the back of surge in crude oil prices on a global scale on Tuesday.
REUTERS - Indian shares rose around 1 percent to fresh highs on Wednesday, tracking a rally in broader Asia on the back of solid economic growth globally, while Bharti Airtel Ltd jumped after posting better-than-expected results. (5-0)
Shares of InterGlobe Aviation jumped as much as 4.4% in Wednesday's trade as the company has reported a net profit of ₹552 crore in the September 2017 quarter, almost four times as much as it had reported in the year-ago period.
Interglobe Aviation, which operates the country’s largest domestic carrier, IndiGo, reported a net profit of ₹552 crore in the September 2017 quarter, almost four times as much as it had reported in the year-ago period.
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