Indian conglomerate Tata Sons will be merging Air India and Vistara, further strengthening its presence in the country's air travel market.

As part of the merger, Singapore Airlines – a joint venture partner of Tata Sons for Vistara – will invest Rs 2058 crore (~USD $250 million) and get a .......

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