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Trading in red chili, mangoes, herbs to be hit

New Delhi: Trading of 21 items like red chili, mangoes, herbs and dry fruits will be hit following the indefinite suspension of cross LoC trade in Jammu and Kashmir, officials said Friday.

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SpiceJet hires 500 Jet Airways employees, including 100 pilots

Mumbai: Budget carrier SpiceJet Friday said it has already absorbed over 500 employees, including 100 pilots, of the grounded carrier Jet Airways and it is open to induct more as it adds more aircraft and routes in the times ahead.

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‘Air India takeover of Jet will ensure lucrative routes’

Chennai: Government-owned Air India can take over Jet Airways and get back the lucrative international/domestic routes if there are no white knight for the private airline, said a top All India Bank Employees’ Association (AIBEA) leader.

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Flipkart CEO Kalyan Krishnamurthy denies exit

New Delhi: Flipkart CEO Kalyan Krishnamurthy has denied reports that he is going to quit the e-commerce company and a formal announcement on a new CEO is likely in June during the Walmart shareholders’ meeting.

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Lenders hopeful of successful bids for Jet

New Delhi: A day after Jet Airways suspended all its flights after running out of money, lenders to the carrier Thursday said they were “reasonably hopeful” that bidding process for the airline will end successfully.

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Lenders hopeful of successful bids for Jet New Delhi: A day after Jet Airways suspended all its flights after running out of money, lenders to the carrier Thursday said they were “reasonably hopeful” that bidding process for the airline will end successfully. Lenders led by the State Bank of India had declined to extend more funds to Jet, forcing it …

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Jet stocks sink as investors react to suspension

Mumbai: Jet Airways scrips tanked over 30 per cent on the BSE during the early trade on Thursday, after “temporary suspension of domestic and international operations” over the refusal of lenders to provide emergency funding.

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SpiceJet to induct six more Boeing 737s

Mumbai: Budget carrier SpiceJet Thursday said it will dry lease six more Boeing 737 planes, and roll out of 24 daily new flights connecting Mumbai and Delhi as it seeks to encash void left by the temporary grounding of Jet Airways.

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