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Tata Sons executive chairman N Chandrasekaran is new Air India Chairman

N Chandrasekaran has been named as the new Air India Chairman, the appointment of the new CEO will also be finalised soon

AirAsia, Air India sign pact to carry each other’s passengers in case of disruption in ops

Synopsis: Tata Group's two airline businesses — budget carrier AirAsia India and Air India — have signed a pact which will allow them to carry each other's passengers in case of a disruption in operations

BPCL disinvestment will get pushed to FY23: DIPAM Secretary

The disinvestment of BPCL will get pushed to FY23 and will impact the government's disinvestment mop-up for the year, the DIPAM Secretary has said

Govt departments owe Rs 214.40 cr to Air India: Dr Bhagwat Kishanrao Karad

Minister of State (MoS) for Finance Dr Bhagwat Kishanrao Karad has said that government departments and autonomous bodies owe around Rs 214.40 crore to Air India

Air India privatisation takes off, govt signs SPA with Tata Sons

The Centre has signed a share purchase agreement (SPA) with Tata Sons on Monday for the sale of its 100 percent stake in debt-ridden national carrier Air India

Air India privatisation: Homecoming for AI as Tata Sons wins bid for Rs 18,000 cr

The Air India privatisation/disinvestment process has come to a close with its homecoming as the government has accepted the Rs 18,000-crore bid submitted by Tata Sons

DIPAM denies reports of Tata Sons winning Air India bid

The DIPAM has denied media reports about Tata Group winning the bid for Air India

Air India disinvestment in concluding stage: DIPAM Secretary

Govt on Wednesday said that it has received multiple financial bids for buying national carrier Air India and the Tata sons are among suitors

Govt does not see any likely impact of Cairn Energy lawsuits on Air India disinvestment

The Centre does not see any likely impact of the Cairn Energy and Devas Multimedia lawsuits against Air India Ltd on Air India’s disinvestment, said VK Singh

COVID: Bidders seek extensions in deadlines, BPCL, Air India disinvestment likely to get delayed

The Centre’s disinvestment plans for Air India and BPCL are likely to get delayed in the wake of the second wave of COVID-19 infections in India

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