Rohit Nandan has been appointed chairman-managing director of Air India. Nandan, a joint secretary in the Civil Aviation Ministry, replaces Arvind Jadhav, a senior IAS officer, who has been told to leave before his three-year term ends in May 2012. “My first priority will be to work on Air India’s turnaround and cut financial losses. Second will to be raise employees’ morale at all levels and third to upgrade service quality to match up to the expectations of travelling public. It is too early for me to give any timeline,” Nandan said in his preliminary observations. His appointment as Air

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