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Dipak Mondal
New Delhi, August 6, 2019
At the heart of the fight between co-founders of the IndiGo airlines are certain questionable Related Party Transactions or RPTs


Manu Kaushik
New Delhi, August 5, 2019
Is the truce between the warring co-founders of IndiGo for real?


Manu Kaushik
July 11, 2019
The bitter fight between the two founders of IndiGo began in last October, when both sides started firing letters addressed to the company board accusing each other of mala fide intentions


BusinessToday.In
May 17, 2019
Although the co-founders of the airline, Rahul Bhatia and Rakesh Gangwal, have a nearly equal stake in the airline, the shareholders' agreement in slanted in favour of the former. This, along with their divergent views on IndiGo's expansion, has caused the rift between the promoters


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 16, 2019
The tussle between the two has escalated with Bhatia unsure about Gangwal's aggressive approach to expanding overseas and his greater control over the airline after changes on key posts


BusinessToday.In
April 6, 2018
\"From day one, IndiGo has expressed its interest primarily in the acquisition of Air India's international operation and Air India Express. However, that option is not available under the government's current disinvestment plan for Air India,\" said Aditya Ghosh, president and whole time director of the airline, in a statement.


BT Online
July 7, 2017
The owners of IndiGo, the only airline that has made a formal offer to acquire loss-making Air India, held an hour-long conference call on Thursday to calm the nerves of jittery investors.


Manu Kaushik
January 5, 2015
One of the main reasons Singh is interested in SpiceJet is that the airline has a significant market share.


PTI
New Delhi, October 15, 2014
The move came on the back of its previous orders of 100 A-320s in 2005 and another 180 A-320 neos in 2011 worth about $11 billion, which was the largest-ever at that time.


Shamni Pande
November 14, 2007
The hot-shops are back. And, unlike in the nineties, there’s plenty of restless talent going around—and plenty of business for the taking, too.


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