Tuesday, 18 December, 2018

Topic: Public Sector

Air India

Air India debacle shows Modi doesn’t get business

For a government that was supposed to be business-friendly, the Modi administration has shown little or no understanding of what businesses actually want, as proved by the conditions set for AI sale.
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What the PNB scam reveals: The need for Human Resource management in India’s bureaucracy

Worldwide, there has been a shift from 'personnel' to 'HR' and focus on performance development, appraisal systems and employees’ professional development.
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Creating new winners

We can no longer argue simplistically that, if the government or public sector can’t do the job, call in the private sector.
A picture of TN Ninan, chairman of Business Standard Private Limited

Staring into the hole

Loans given by banks during the boom years are torpedoing them, and we will all feel the ripple effects.

How to disinvest in Air India: the British Airways, Japan Airlines & Austrian Airlines models

The Union cabinet is expected to take a decision on disinvesting in chronically sick state-carrier Air India this month and Niti Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya is reported to have cited the privatisation experience of British Airways, Japan Airlines and Austrian Airlines as case studies. Here's a look at what they went through and how they are faring today. NIKHIL RAMPAL
Foreign investment has transformed China

A little humility from the Communist Party will serve China well

By taking all the credit for the country’s stunning economic rise, the Communist Party is threatening its continued prosperity.
madhya pradesh

MP push for 70% industry jobs to locals: Valid regionalism or is Congress the new Shiv Sena?

Kamal Nath, on his first day as Madhya Pradesh chief minister, announced incentives for industries that hire 70 per cent local workers. When questioned about th...