The Maharaja is on the street. Armed with a begging bowl, he is being carted around on global roadshows in a bid to sell him to the one who offers the most coins. Hence, the Maharaja may be sold for a song, and loose change. It may be better to separately sell the various invaluable assets of Air India, rather than offer slices of the company as ‘going concerns’. Air India was built over decades with the sweat and blood of the people, the taxpayers’ money. It is the utmost responsibility of the government to get the best price for it.
This issue explains all the information one should be aware of regarding the National Debate on Government Service-60 or 33 years. An analysis on National Skills Mission and 'After Aurangzeb, who?', a topic that deals with name change of Aurangzeb Road in Lutyens’ Delhi.