However, the lawyers appearing in the case on behalf of both the parties expressed that they had no objection to a CJI-led bench hearing the case
AGR dues: Tata Sons chief meets Communications Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad as DoT prepares to issue notice to Tata Teleservices
Tata Teleservices has paid Rs 2,197 crore, the entire outstanding it believes to have arisen after the October ruling of the apex court for calculating dues.
Air India sale: Govt's proposed deal to sell national airline sweeter than expected; buyer can recover investment, say analysts
Given the number of aircraft owned by Air India and its low-cost subsidiary Air India Express, a buyer can recover a major portion of the investment by adopting sale and lease back of airplanes
In a recent filing to the Malaysian stock exchange, AirAsia Berhad said that AirAsia India recorded a total revenue of Rs 904.74 crore in the latest June quarter.
IndiGo promoter spat: Dragging rift to govt and Sebi doors, Gangwal and Bhatia's fight may land in court
Given the turbulence in the sector, one would have thought IndiGo would have taken the next steps to fly over its 50 percent market share
TCS is a flying elephant, while Infosys has healed its wounds; Salil Parekh needs to show some magic
The numbers show TCS maintaining a clear lead in profit margins and hiring far more people than Infosys—two indicators that show it is bigger AND better.
AirAsia's seven day offer commences from 18 February for travel between 25 February and 31 July
From Q1 loss to talks of sale of airline, a timeline of Naresh Goyal-owned Jet Airways' turbulent journey
Jet Airways Ltd, the biggest full-service carrier in India, has been under dark clouds for the past few months.
Jet Airways buyout: Tata Sons concludes board meeting; says no offer to cash-strapped airline yet, talks only at 'preliminary' stage
The Tatas, which already run two carriers-the full-service Vistara in a joint venture with Singapore Airlines and AirAsia India in a similar arrangement with Air Asia of Malaysia, have widely speculated to be planning a complete takeover of the Naresh Goyal-run airline with its international partner Singapore Airlines.
Tata's Trent aims to triple revenue to Rs 15,000 crore over ten years; expects to invest Rs 150 crore a year for expansion
India’s overall retail market is pegged at Rs 47 lakh crore, and modern retail and e-commerce together make up about four percent of that pie.
The consortium is led by Alpha Design Technologies Pvt Ltd, Bharat Electronics Limited and the Tatas.
AirAsia India head Amar Abrol quits; to move back to parent co in Malaysia to work on strategic projects
The exit of Abrol comes days after its larger rival IndiGo had said that its president and whole-time director Aditya Ghosh would step down from the position in July.
Any easing of FDI norms is welcome and it cannot be denied that under the Modi government, FDI inflows have jumped substantially
Potential bidders for Air India are cherry picking businesses to best suit their needs. This is because the huge debt is rendering the company as a whole unattractive.
Industry veterans hope that the bar on foreign airlines investing in Air India is lifted, if and when the disinvestment process gets started
IndiGo's Air India buy will make sense only if it maintains 2 airlines, teams up with a global player
Global aviation consultancy CAPA said that given IndiGo’s unprecedented expansion plans and the fierce competitive environment in a structurally challenged industry, bidding for Air India will be a “strategic mistake”
Air India sale: Will Indian bidders be keen to acquire loss-making carrier minus its profitable assets?
With an outstanding debt of Rs 50,000 crore and an accumulated loss of Rs 23,000 crore wiping out its equity, Air India has practically ceased to be a going concern
Air India sale: Not just Tatas, foreign airlines should also be allowed to bid for the ailing aviation co
Apart from Air India’s former owners, the Tatas, some Gulf airlines only seem to be interested in acquiring a stake
Mamata Banerjee is back at Singur again. She will celebrate with the “farmers” for the victory of the legal battle that had catapulted her to helm affairs in the state.
Holding that the Bengal govt did not follow the law in the Singur case, the SC said that the weakest sections of the society always bear the burnt of land acquisition done in the name of fast-paced development.