Pratt & Whitney engines ground Go First airline, Wadia alleges Rs 10,000 crore damages
28 Dec 2023
Blaming Pratt & Whitney (P&W) engines for the grounding of Go First airline, Wadia Group Chairman Nusli Wadia asserted that the U.S. company has inflicted damages exceeding Rs 10,000 crore on the airline.
SpiceJet, 2 other entities show interest in bankrupt Go First
20 Dec 2023
Three companies, including budget carrier SpiceJet, Africa-focused Safrik Investments and Sharjah-based aviation company Sky One, have reportedly expressed interest in acquiring beleaguered carrier Go First.
Go Airlines India faces imminent closure as rescue efforts falter
15 Dec 2023
In a dire turn of events, Go Airlines India Ltd., founded by billionaire Nusli Wadia’s Wadia Group, teeters on the verge of a permanent shutdown.
Wadias to exit Go First, show no interest in bidding for grounded airline
13 Oct 2023
Go First Airlines former owners, Wadia Group, have no interest in making a bid for the airline amid legal disputes and insolvencies. According to reports, only two candidates have shown expressions
IndiGo, GoAir cancel 65 flights as planes with faulty Pratt & Whitney engines grounded by DGCA
13 Mar 2018
GoAir plans to increase capacity by 21%, expand route network
09 Jun 2014
Wadia group budget carrier GoAir plans to start operating international flights by 2015
GoAir wants changes in norms for international flights
22 Aug 2012
India’s fifth-largest airline, GoAir, wants the government to allow domestic carriers with less than 20 aircraft to operate on overseas routes
GoAir orders 72 Airbus 320neo aircraft worth $7.2bn
16 Jun 2011
Wadia-family owned GoAir today announced that it had placed an order for 72 Airbus 320neo aircraft worth Rs32,400 crore or $7.2 billion.
GoAir mulling order for Airbus aircraft
30 May 2011
GoAir may opt for $150mn IPO: report
04 May 2011
GoAir seeks advance delivery of aircraft orders
30 Aug 2010
GoAir stake sale all speculation: Wadia
05 Oct 2009
GoAir denies merger talks with SpiceJet
25 Mar 2009
Singapore Airlines, Jet axe Amritsar operations
20 Jan 2009
Lighter than air, yet very, very powerful
By Kiron Kasbekar | 03 Jan 2024
In March 2013 Chinese scientists pulled off a remarkable feat. They created the world’s lightest aerogel. Tipping the scales at a mere 0.16 milligrams per cubic centimeter – that’s a sixth of the weight of air!
COP28 explained: A closer look at COP28's climate change solutions
By Aniket Gupta | 27 Dec 2023
The 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP28, took place from 30th November 2023, to 13th December 2023, at Expo City in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
What is a Ponzi scheme?
By Aniket Gupta | 06 Dec 2023
Ponzi schemes have long captivated the public imagination, drawing unsuspecting investors into a web of illusion and deception.
The Rise and Rise of HDFC Bank
03 Jul 2023
HDFC, which surged ahead of global majors like HSBC Holdings Plc and Citigroup Inc and left Indian peers like State Bank of India and ICICI Bank in market capitalisation, now ranks fourth largest among the world’s most valuable banks, after JPMorgan Chase & Co, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd and Bank of America Corp
India’s Millet Revolution To Enrich Global Food Basket
02 Apr 2023
Millets, a healthier and cheaper substitute to wheat and rice, are indigenous to many parts of the world, especially in the semiarid tropics of Asia and Africa, and offers a big scope for expanding production and consumption in the foodgrain deficient African continent
Market predator Hindenburg preys on Adani stock
06 Mar 2023
Almost a month after the damning report of short-seller Hindenburg Research on the Adani Group that claimed that the seven stocks within the group were about 85 per cent overvalued, one of the group's stocks, Adani Total Gas, closed at Rs835 on the BSE, down nearly 79 per cent from its 24 January level, almost close to reaching that valuation