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Jul 06, 2017
Tatas evaluating legal options against Cyrus Mistry: Full text of Tata Sons' statementTata Sons also refuted Mistry's allegations of wrongdoing in the affairs of Air Asia India by R Venkataramanan, a trustee of Tata Trusts.
Jul 05, 2017
Tata-Mistry battle: Tata Sons says continuing to evaluate legal options against CyrusResponding to Mistry's allegations of the company attempting to "muzzle and interfere with legal proceedings", Tata Sons said it has "never resorted" to such tactics.
Dec 01, 2016
Tata-Mistry feud: Three incidents that lead to Cyrus' ouster from Tata SonsBefore the board meeting on 24 October 2016, in which Cyrus Mistry was removed, he was asked four times to step down. He refused on all the occasions, say sources
Nov 05, 2016
Subramanian Swamy enters Tata-Mistry war zone; wants ED probe into Air Asia transactionSubramanian Swamy has alleged that the Rs 22 crore payment represents money laundering as it was sent to Singapore through hawala route
Aug 14, 2016
270 airline crew, mostly pilots violated safety norms in 2016: DGCAAs many as 270 airline crew members, mostly pilots, were found violating safety norms this year by regulator DGCA which suspended over 150 of them, raising serious concerns about aviation safety.
Jul 16, 2016
As 'Kabali' release date nears, brands try to leverage Rajinikanth's star powerAs Kabali’s release draws near, several brands are vying with each other to cash in on Rajinikanth’s star power
Jun 30, 2016
Rajinikanth flies: Air Asia pays tribute to Thalaivar with special 'Kabali' aircraftAs the official airline partner for Rajinikanth-starrer Kabali, Air Asia India have created a special aircraft with massive posters of the film.
May 12, 2015
Ever had a co-passenger from hell on a flight? Here's what you should have told him/herWe've all had a similar experience with a passenger from hell. From sticking their smelly feet near the window to kicking the back of her seat and talking loudly throughout the flight from Singapore to Sydney, passenger Mun Lee probably had the worst eight hours of her life.
Feb 20, 2015
SpiceJet market share crashes, as IndiGo's soars: How 2014 was for airlinesAt the start of 2014, SpiceJet controlled close to a fifth of the market with 18.6 percent share and managed to create quite a buzz through the year with its frequent discount schemes.
Dec 30, 2014
Air India, Malaysia Airlines, now AirAsia: Does Asia have an air safety issue?Questions are being raised on the enforcement of air safety standards followed in Indonesia, from where QZ8501 began its flight, and whether the airlines have adequately qualified pilots to fly the rapidly growing fleets.