Thursday, 20 June 2013

SBI opposes licence for proposed airline of Capt Gopinath

Indian airline staff go on indefinite HUNGER strike over a year's unpaid wages
Daily Mail
70 employees at Kingfisher Airlines, which was grounded in October 2012 because of financial problems, are protesting outside the company's headquarters in Mumbai, according to Bloomberg News. Staff have not been paid since August 2012, and are said ...
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No Money to Pay Salaries, Says Mallya Kingfisher Strike Ends
Siliconindia.com
Mumbai: Kingfisher Airlines chairman Vijay Mallya told his agitating employees, who called off their strike this evening, he did not have money to clear their salary dues. “I don't have the money to pay your salary dues because I cannot use the ...
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SBI opposes licence for proposed airline of Capt Gopinath
TravelBizMonitor
Gopinath, who sold his low-cost carrier Air Deccan to Vijay Mallya promoted Kingfisher Airlines in 2007, applied for a licence to start another airline in 2012. The other lenders include Axis Bank and Syndicate Bank. These banks have already initiated ...
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