Anwesha Ganguly


Anwesha is a writer at Quartz India, based in New Delhi, and writes about the Indian economy. Prior to Quartz, she worked with Cogencis newswire and Bloomberg TV, where she wrote and talked about key developments in public policy. In her free time, she enjoys doodling, and taking really long walks.

Can the Tatas save Air India?

An Air India passenger jet approaches to land at Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, India, Monday, May 14, 2012. At least 300 Air India pilots walked out from their work for the past one week, leaving hundreds of passengers stranded at Delhi and Mumbai airports. Air India operates 450 international and domestic flights every day. May 14, 2012

The prospects for Air India’s privatisation seem to be going from bad to worse. Days after India’s largest airline IndiGo declared that it lacks the…

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