Air India case: HC refuses stay

More than six years after the merger of Air India and erstwhile Indian Airlines, the Bombay High Court on Monday refused to give a stay order on the implementation of the Dharmadhikari Committee Report, after eight employee unions of the airlines had approached the Bombay High Court to review the human resource integration of unified Air India last October.

Former Supreme Court judge, Justice D M Dharmadhikari-headed four-member committee had in January 2012 submitted a report on the integration of about 29,000 employees of unified Air India, including pilots, cabin crew and engineers.

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