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Banks may give Kingfisher one last chance to come back------news. Can they do it? Your views?

Tags: sex, money, banks
Asked by Good Citizen, 08 Oct '12 12:33 pm
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Come back does not depend only on money. Sensible management is more important. And, so far, the generation next of the owner family seems to be displaying lack of it.
To the complaints made by a passenger (Ayesha Takia) that "The worst airline, Kingfisher This disgustingly behaved kingfisher staff called Vinay Podwal just tore my sister's boarding pass n misbehaved with her" the junior's reaction was personal and sarcastic attack.
If this is his idea of redefining CRM in a service industry, then my sympathies to the banks who would be doling him out
Source: http://jameelblr.blogspot.in/2012/02/will-ayesha-takia-sue-kingfisher.html
Answered by Vikram, 08 Oct '12 12:57 pm

 
  
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Yes if he has enough securiies, colateral guarantees and other property that were pledged and /or can be pledged if necessary, if the previously pledged/ mortgaged securities do not cover the requirement.
Answered by Om Shrivastava, 08 Oct '12 12:38 pm

 
  
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