Air India’s turning around might face turbulence

Air India’s turning around might face turbulence

A seasoned market analyst and lobbyist Deepak Talwar, blows torch on the facts and complications that might become challenging for the airlines to overcome.  JRD Tata, the airline’s founder and India’s first commercial pilot, championed lavishly decorated planes and...
Air India’s sale to Tata Group: Analysis by Deepak Talwar

Air India’s sale to Tata Group: Analysis by Deepak Talwar

The Tata Group will takeover the state-owned airline Air India, after a successful bid of Rs 18,000 crore. The government held airline once belonged to the group, when it was started by JRD Tata in the 1930s. Deepak Talwar, a seasoned market analyst, provides insights...
Aims to privatise Air India ahead of IndiGo

Aims to privatise Air India ahead of IndiGo

Talace Private Limited, a Tata Son subsidiary, won the bid for Air India on October 8, 2021, for Rs. 18,000 crores. Of that amount, Rs. 15,300 crores were debt while Rs. 2,700 crores were paid in cash to the government. So, Air India is ready for a restructured future...
Crypto Regulation Delay, From Pillar To Post

Crypto Regulation Delay, From Pillar To Post

From my perspective, India must be among a few countries to regulate the cryptocurrency market in order to welcome new opportunities for businesses, start-ups, and all kinds of investors. Through a varied approach adopted by several countries to regulate crypto, India...
Opening government bond market to small investors

Opening government bond market to small investors

An open opportunity for small investors was announced by the RBI to directly access its government securities trading platforms. It mentioned in its statement on Development and Regulatory Policies that retail investors can open their gilt accounts with the Reserve...
The future of aviation in India

The future of aviation in India

As opposed to the rest of the world, the number of travellers in India is two against hundred. The positive side to this fact is that India has a scope for enormous growth in the aviation sector. This is the main reason for foreign capitalists to invest here. Securing...
Why are InvITs the boost infrastructure sector needs in India?

Why are InvITs the boost infrastructure sector needs in India?

If you’re an avid observer of the Indian market, you’re bound to have come across the term InvIT. The infrastructure investment trust, InvIT for aglobal shorthand, is one of the most innovative modes of investment which the Indian market direly needs today. But what...
Why choosing right investors for your startup is vital

Why choosing right investors for your startup is vital

For a business to flourish, investors are the backbone. And especially when a new venture commences its journey, the challenges preceding are ample in number. I believe, at an early stage, capital is the foremost requirement to fund product development, marketing...