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Flying permit process progressing well Tata-SIA

Jul 26, 2014

Flying permit process progressing well Tata-SIA

Earlier, the JV company got a go-ahead from the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) in October 2013 and was awaiting AOP for launching a full-service carrier. #TheySaidIt #Tata Sons #Foreign Investment Promotion Board #DGCA #Singapore Airlines #Civil aviation #Tata-SIA Airlines #Flying licence
Vested interests trying to jeopardise AirAsia India: Tatas

Jun 12, 2014

Vested interests trying to jeopardise AirAsia India: Tatas

AirAsia India today became the country's fourth budget carrier to start operations, with its first flight taking off from Bangalore's Kempegowda International Airport for Goa. #Business #NewsTracker #Subramanian Swamy #Tata Sons #Civil aviation #AgustaWestland #AirAsia India #Telestra Tradeplace
Delhi HC rejects pleas for stay on approvals to Tata-AirAsia deal

Feb 11, 2014

Delhi HC rejects pleas for stay on approvals to Tata-AirAsia deal

In April last year, the Foreign Investment Promotion Board gave clearance to the $30 million deal. #India #Business #DealStream #Subramanian Swamy #Delhi High Court #Tata Sons #AirAsia #FIPB
Tatas look to grow share in defence sector

Jan 29, 2014

Tatas look to grow share in defence sector

14 entities, including Tata Motors, Tata Advanced Systems and Tata Power are currently suppliers for various Indian defence requirements. #Defence #Tata Motors #Tata Power #Tata Sons #CompanyWatch #Ministry of Defence #Land Rover #Tata Advanced System
Is DGCA being unusually harsh on AirAsia India?

Jan 28, 2014

Is DGCA being unusually harsh on AirAsia India?

There has been much speculation about the apparently fast-track treatment that the Tata-SIA venture has received from various Government departments against the rather slow pace of clearances being accorded to AirAsia India. #ConnectTheDots #Tata Sons #Airbus #AirAsia #DGCA #Directorate General of Civil Aviation #Singapore Airlines #Telestra Tradeplace #SIA #Kingfiser Airlines

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Banking licences: Were Tatas hoping to change the rules mid way?

Nov 28, 2013

Banking licences: Were Tatas hoping to change the rules mid way?

Many corporate were hoping for relaxation of RBI rules for a couple of years, and when they realized RBI is not going to relax any norms, some of them are now backing out #RBI #Tata Sons #Tata #Banking Licences

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Banking licences: Were Tatas hoping to change the rules mid way?

Aug 27, 2014

Ratan Tata Invests In Snapdeal, Joins Tech Tycoons In India's Buoyant Online Retail Space

Ratan Tata, 73, chairman emeritus of Tata Sons, the holding company of the $103 billion-in-revenues Tata conglomerate, with interests spanning steel, software, airlines and tea, has made a personal investment in leading Indian online retailer, Snapde... #India #Ratan Tata #Tata Sons
Banking licences: Were Tatas hoping to change the rules mid way?

Aug 12, 2014

As India's No-frills Carriers Struggle To Earn Profits, Soon-to-launch Vistara Slots Itself As 'Luxury' Airline

India’s newest airline, a joint venture between India’s Tata Sons conglomerate and Singapore Airlines, will be a full-service luxury carrier named Vistara. The name is derived from the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit and means ‘vast expanse’, con... #India #Singapore Airlines #Tata Sons
Banking licences: Were Tatas hoping to change the rules mid way?

Aug 31, 2014

Indian giant Tata Group to sell Irish degrees worldwide

Tata, the Indian conglomerate owned by Ireland's richest man, is working on a deal to sell Irish university degrees online around the world. Tata is part-owned by Pallonji Mistry, the richest Irish citizen alive, and run by his son, Cyrus. The bigges... #Tata Group #Stanford University #India #Massachusetts Institute of Technology #Belfast #Dublin, Ireland #Tata Consultancy Services #Trinity College, Dublin #Pallonji Mistry #Cyrus Mistry