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Can Tata turn around the condition of Air India?

According to a report by ET , Tata Group buys a controlling stake in beleaguered national carrier Air India. Irony is, it’ll go back to same group which had built and nurtured it into one of the world’s finest airlines. Tata Sons set up Tata airlines in 1932. JRD Tata, the legendary entrepreneur, himself flew the first flight between Karachi and Mumbai.Then it became a public company and was renamed Air India. In 1953, prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru, a Fabian socialist, decided to nationalize Air India “through the back door”. Living upto Nehru’s sentiment, Air India today reels under a debt of about Rs 50,000 crore and has never made a profit in a decade, despite eating up Rs 24,000 crore of a government bailout package. Even Tatas are concerned now over its huge debt. While there is no certainty if Tatas can turn Air India around if they decide to buy a controlling stake. Read more at :


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