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  • Move on, Mr Goyal

    15-01-2019 00:37:00

    If the government is intent on bailing out Jet Airways, it should seek a full personal guarantee from the promoter

  • Recognition for the bravehearts

    31-12-2018 20:31:00

    Setting up and running budget private schools isn't for the faint-hearted

  • Let's ask Elon Musk

    24-12-2018 20:32:00

    By botching up the selection of Institutions of Eminence, the government has reduced the entire exercise to a joke

  • Tata bye bye

    11-12-2018 00:33:00

    Why the Tata group buying Jet would have been the best outcome for all

  • Simple solutions to simple problems

    26-11-2018 23:45:00

    Keeping their minds engaged and bodies exhausted is a therapy that those searching for meaning could try

  • It's the expenses, stupid!

    12-11-2018 20:41:00

    Air India's revival plan will depend critically on its ability to cut its annual expenses bill

  • When the founder flounders

    29-10-2018 21:12:00

    As Jet struggles, Naresh Goyal's days at the airline's helm look numbered

  • Disaster on the runway

    22-10-2018 21:15:00

    The newly appointed CEO from the Tata stable has his task cut out at AirAsia India

  • Why Naresh Goyal should meet Nusli Wadia

    15-10-2018 21:05:00

    If for nothing else, to figure out how to keep a cap on headcount cost

  • No light at the end of the tunnel

    01-10-2018 22:33:00

    Things aren't looking too bright for India's aviation sector, no matter which way one looks

  • Changing landscape

    24-09-2018 21:09:00

    A decade has seen many welcome changes in this hill district of Jammu and Kashmir

  • The missing link

    03-09-2018 22:15:00

    When the whole is not greater than the sum of its parts

  • A not so happy prognosis

    29-08-2018 22:51:00

    Why Jet Airways' promise to change doesn't sound reassuring

  • That sinking feeling

    06-08-2018 21:38:00

    Jet Airways' never-ending financial troubles are spooking the industry as the wider implications sink in

  • Let the diamond decide who makes the cut

    24-07-2018 06:00:00

    Only six of the 113 institutions that applied for Institutions of Eminence status have made the cut. And the credentials of some of those will definitely raise eyebrows