With the Tata’s new chairman stating that the Tata’s would look closely at Air India’s sale (and that it makes no sense for them to be in two airline ventures with 15-20 aircraft each), there has been much discussion on how Air India would stack up for the Tata’s or for any other buyer for that matter. What can the government do to make the Air India sale a success? There’s a list of steps Capa’s Kapil Kaul recently put together, one that most people in the aviation industry agree with.
The is showing not just on ground but in the sky as well. While corporate honchos have always been flying in and out of cities, it is the Indian consultants who are now increasingly crowding the flights to places such as Qatar, Riyadh, UAE, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Tanzania, Nigeria, and in search of Not too long ago, these were among the typical destinations for construction and other labour from India.
The efforts of two women have given hundreds of street and slum children of Dehradun the hope to dream of a promising future. IMAGE: Aasraa Trust, which started out with 150 children at its inception in 2009, now encompasses 1,800 children across 17 projects in the city with a full-time staff strength of 140. Photograph: Courtesy Aasraa Trust/Facebook. Hope is an alien concept if you are a child born in Dehradun’s Bindal slum that lines the side-banks of the unpredictable Bindal river.
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