Pawan Hans sale: Govt to invite fresh bids for 100% stake; to soon issue EoI addendum post-ONGC board approval
Pawan Hans provides seven choppers to ONGC for its off-shore helicopter requirements for crew change and production tasks, including night ambulance.
Air India stake sale: Govt on 'wait and watch' mode for next three-four months, says union minister Nitin Gadkari
The government's proposed stake sale in Air India failed to attract any initial bidder when the deadline for bidding ended on 31 May
The government is giving a new thrust to strengthen Air India's management practices and operational efficiencies while the disinvestment plan would depend on various circumstances, Finance Minister Piyush Goyal said on Monday
Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram on Monday alleged that the government was "totally confused" on the Air India assets sale and asked it to "sort out its mind" before attempting to tackle the problem.
Air India stake sale: Why the failed first attempt at the carrier's disinvestment could cost the Narendra Modi govt dear
The AISAM must be allowed to relax the Air India bid conditions substantially. Else, the carrier will continue to feed on taxpayer funds.
Air India's failed stake sale: Government now has another shot at setting things right at the ailing national carrier
The government must ensure that Air India focuses on its core competency to turn around, and could plan for an IPO in three to four years.
Air India divestment: Govt unsure if it can sell the ailing carrier; civil aviation secretary RN Choubey's take a case of sour grapes?
A non-airline company, with no experience in running an airline, can also place a bid for Air India. This shows all that is wrong with the divestment.
Disinvestment: Away from the public eye, the government's attempts to shut sick state-run firms is worthy of notice
Few know that the government has cracked the whip on its own defaulters as well, and successfully closed down chronically sick public companies.
Ongoing privatisation and mounting losses have not deterred the flag carrier Air India from adding to the already-bloated workforce,as it's in the process of hiring around 270 co-pilots in the reserved category
Privatisation has not always worked well, and ownership does not matter as there are both good and bad companies in both private and public sectors, SBI Chairman Rajnish Kumar said
Air India divestment: Narendra Modi, BJP should not ignore Subramanian Swamy's Twitter salvo against Jayant Sinha
Narendra Modi needs an urgent plan to take friendly fire from the maverick Hinduvta face ahead of the Lok Sabha elections next year.
Air India privatisation: 18,000 employees cannot hold nation to ransom; sale to set tone for other PSU divestment plans
If the 18,049 Air India employees are allowed to hold the country to ransom, then so will the employees of other loss-making government-owned firms.
Worried over possible job losses post disinvestment, as many as 11 Air India unions representing more than 10,000 employees have taken to Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Facebook to protest against the stake sale plan.
The government plans to raise Rs 80,000 crore this fiscal through PSU disinvestment, as against over Rs 1 lakh crore in the previous fiscal
Jet's announcement comes days after IndiGo pulled out of the race to acquire Air India's operations. The Centre now has no clear front-runner in the sale campaign.
Air India stake sale: National carrier's over 6,200 slots for flights could be a key attraction for bidders
Air India has 3,739 domestic slots and 2,543 international slots available per week as on 31 December, 2017
The official said Air India plans to hire 500 cabin crew to meet various requirements, including to comply with aviation regulator DGCA's revised norms wherein an airline should have a higher number of such staff
Govt does not want Air India to shut down the way Kingfisher Airlines did, says Ashok Gajapathi Raju
Air India is a good airline, but its finances are bad
The govt expects to raise Rs 80,000 crore from PSU disinvestment in the next fiscal, lower than Rs 1 lakh crore raised this financial year
The three public sector general insurance companies will be meeting on 16 February to deliberate on the proposed merger plan, a top official of United India Insurance said