- The Death Of Two Airlines
- The meteoric rise and melancholic fall of East West, promoted by the Wahid brothers from Kerala, remains etched in India's aviation history with the avant-garde entrepreneurship of its CMD Thakiyudeen Wahid. If Kingfisher died because of the corporate ...
- The man who flew through all storms
- Back in the early 90s when the Indian government opened up the skies to private air operators, Goyal — along with big industrialists such as Subrata Roy, S K Modi and Thakiyudeen Wahid — jumped in the fray and gave travellers a new experience in ...
- Turbulence in the Skies: Indian Aviation Takes New Flight
- Thakiyudeen Wahid, the promoter of East West Airlines, was shot dead outside his Mumbai office. Others went off the runway, but more quietly. This was a replay of what happened in the 1940s.
- Mumbai: Dreaded gangster awarded life term; fined Rs 31.5 lakh
- Pandey was first in the news in 1995 when, with the help of Chhota Rajan, he shot dead Thakiyudeen Wahid, managing director of East West Airlines. Pandey used to smuggle liquor in Uttarkhand and in jail came in contact with Chhota Rajan aide O P Singh, ...
- Why private airlines in India can be trusted
- The company's founder Thakiyudeen Wahid was shot dead, mafia-style, in October 1995. As it happened, he had shared with me the details of an ambitious rebranding and relaunch initiative for the airline. Our meeting happened two days before he was ...
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