BlogAdda’s Spicy Saturday Picks – Nov. 12, ’11

Spicy SaturdayThe King of Good Times is now the pauper of bad times. Finally are we going to see just one player in the Indian Aviation Sector? What are your thoughts on the same? Do let us know. For now, let us read the best weekly picks. Also do not forget to check the latest book as a part of our Book Reviews Program.

    • Who : Poonam Borkar
      What : Salt Dough Wall hangings and Clay Art
      Spicy : Now you can create wall hangings at your home, quickly at very low investment. Poonam has made some very creative wall hangings with salt dough! Also check out her little clay creations, which you can use for your kids’ fancy. Go ahead.

    • Who : Sumit Nagpal
      What : Marriage in India under Hindu Law
      Spicy : Sumit Nagpal gives us a gist of The Hindu Marriage Act, and educates us with the terms and laws of this Act. Have a look and grasp this knowledge.


    • Who : Comfy
      What : Dil sambhal jaa jara`
      Spicy : Comfy writes letter to her new born baby, and shares the moments of the little one with us. Worries of a mother, clearly reflect in this post. Very lovely read. 🙂


    • Who : Aline HindiCinemaBlog
      What : CINEMA THOSE DAYS
      Spicy : Shri Ram Ayyangar takes us back to the days when multiplexes didn’t exist and we had only single screen cinemas. Travel back to those days and explore it with him. Do read!


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3 Replies to “BlogAdda’s Spicy Saturday Picks – Nov. 12, ’11”

  1. The growth of airlines industry in India seems to have happened quite unplanned.
    Before, any meaningful comment can be offered, one needs to study the market share , the patterns of traffic, the cost structure, infrastructure management practices etc. of of each airline.
    However, few observations can be recorded at this stage:
    1. Airlines seems to find competition uncomfortable. It is time that they are able to work out strategy of differentiating on factors other than price. As a customer, I have not preferred price alone. I would be necessarily guided by the preferred time slot for my travel, the experience of on-time travel. However, the airlines do not seem to have been able monetize their such USPs.
    2. Certainly, [only] some routes may be profitable! but is it only the average, day-in-day-out load factor the only parameter driving that routes profitability?
    3. The airlines are facing the monopoly in several other areas, like airport charges, fuel cost etc. But, this is not very much new for the industry as a whole. There are many industries which have many customers [ meaning difficult to achieve segmentation and loyalty]; many players [Classic application of ‘Rule of 3’ – relatively fragmented supply side] and few [oligopolistic] structure of input suppliers [meaning that not much control on your input cost and /or quality performance parameters].

    Certainly, the industry is in unenviable situation. But do they have not landed themselves in that condition themselves? If so, why, someone else should help them out?

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