Air asia India seeks fleet exemption to fly abroad

Air Asia

Air Asia Fleet exemption Air Asia Group has duly petitioned the Indian government to exempt Air Asia India , its Indian subsidiary from the country’s regulations which governs that when a start-up carrier can begin the international flights. It seeks to scrap the aviation rule formulated by the Indian Government regarding international flights, to allow the carrier to fly overseas and exemption from the minimum fleet requirement of twenty aircrafts to help in enhancing the connectivity to Kuala Lumpur. The exemption request was made by the Malaysian Business Council to the Prime…

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Does your boss like you?

Happy Boss

Does your boss like you? Every employee would have a story to talk about their boss. It’s a task to appreciate the boss but there are people who are satisfied with their work as well as boss. This satisfaction comes because they are being recognized and appreciated for their good work. In the work life everyone comes across great bosses and some real downers, this is a common workplace nature. If wished to scale the happiest employee the commonness in them is that they had been challenged by great bosses…

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Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust-Backbone of Indian Logistics

Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust For the last many decades, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust has been serving as the backbone of Indian Logistics Industry. The peninsular coastline of India covers a stretch of about 5560 km which are strategically located on the crucial East-West trade route that links Europe and the Far East. Mumbai port is one of the oldest port of India, was proving to be inadequate in meeting the cargo handling requirements. Shallowness of the channel, congestion of roads and railways through the Mumbai city, labour problems and over-manning, were ailing the…

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Can you realise your dreams?

‘If you can dream you can do it’ – Walt Disney This quote says that imagination has an an important place in human life. Creative thinking and concrete business strategy are two different aspects, so getting them into right balance is a real challenge. When it is to do with creative planning it can be at times hard to find the right way for transforming the imaginative ideas into strategic business ideas. Because imaginative thinking at work not only necessarily is creative but it also needs to be able to…

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Globalization getting reversed?

Reversing-globalisation reversing-globalisation Reversing Globalisation? Do you get confused? There was time when firms sourced, manufactured, and sold products locally— at the most within a country. Then came the wave of globalization — the move to source and manufacture at locations which afforded the maximum savings. Supply chains went global with a vengeance. This led to a dramatic increase in global trade. Across the world, trading blocs represent the recognition of this web of trade. We have products made in China, using components from across the world, sold in developed markets…

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IS there any role for women in Logistics?

“There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception.” – Aldous Huxley women in Logistics The logistics and supply chain industry is one sector that suffers from poor perceptions of its career opportunities. These perceptions have led to a debate around skill gaps and lack of gender diversity. It is hard to escape the primary idea of lifting and loading goods in logistics industry. But, this is one sector which cannot be overlooked as every industry and business in the world- retail,…

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Air Cargo Logistics in India- Problems and Challenges

Air Cargo Logistics Air Cargo Logistics play a vital role in the economic development of a nation. The domestic and international air cargo forecast for India is expected to grow by eight to ten times the present level in the next twenty years. The demand for air cargo transportation has increased significantly over the last few years, because product life cycles have shortened and demand for rapid delivery has increased. The changes in the business models such as Just-in-Time Manufacturing and Global out sourcing models have contributed to the rapid…

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Can E-learning Help You to Build Professional Skills?

E-learning Education E-learning Education is a buzz word in the education industry from this decade. It has been observed that wherever there is an intervention of IT in learning & development in any organization, it has positively affected the productive environment of the organization. Better software surely plays a crucial role in training & learning domain. How many of you agree with the fact that e-learning is a tool to continuously enhance professional skills among employees? This seems to be a conventional question to ask especially, at this age of technology.…

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E-Commerce-The scope and Challenges

E-Commerce-The scope and Challenges E-commerce is distributing fast into the tier II and III cities of India – mainly on the consumption requirement. A new piece of teсhnologу or the fashion trends that are latest generally made their way into these towns slowly, even as the metropolitan India kept informed with the world’s top picks. Unlike physical retailing, through brick-and-mortar shops and trading stores, online and TV merchants arе not bound by the constraints that tend to be physical constrict the distributor-dealer-retailer mоdel of physical shops. They, through their web…

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