Sunday, December 12, 2010

Vijay Mallya Quotes : quotes i am legend

“I think that the poorest of the poor... look up to wealthy and successful Indians with some degree of respect and pride,”

  “They take pride in the success of fellow Indians as well.”

  “This is a world class experience, all at an affordable price. We are not a low-cost carrier and we do not intend to be one,”

  “This is a full-service carrier, which will provide the best in-flight experience in the sky.”

  “I'm always claiming that 24 by 7 isn't enough. ... I love challenges,”

  “We should have done it five years ago,”

  “I intend to integrate the companies in a phased manner that protects the business interests and ensures transparency,”

  “Jet may buy Air Sahara and I am not interested.”

  “Most probably it will happen in mid-2007.”

    “On an average, 25 per cent of Kingfisher Airlines flights operating on September 29 have been cancelled.”

“We have registered a company in the name of Kingfisher International in the US. We will be flying to India and other international destinations, provided we get all necessary approvals at the right time.”

  “We are expecting to launch the IPO in the next three months. We are working on the draft prospectus.”

  “In these days of high fuel prices the ATR 72-500 is ideal for us to exploit these opportunities in the most economical manner.”

  “We have broken the shackles of conservative socialism. The growing middle classes want the kind of standard of living you enjoy in the West. So what I'm selling is a lifestyle.”

  “For the first time, we will be able to offer direct non-stop services between India and the USA and these aircraft will have a unique configuration giving passengers extra space and comfort on their long flights,”  

 If you don't understand success of the world's sixth largest sporting league, they should do their homework. They should look at other competible league in the world then figure out what the IPL really is. I don't think they even understand the business model of IPL. It is all very easy to make allegations but I think we should all calm down till the investigations is done and then conclude what we need to. The ultimate part is too many people are jumping on to the bandwagon. Several political parties are now using this as an excuse to make a big issue out of this. Let them wait for an investigation to be completed. See if there is any primafacie evidence of wrong doing and then do whatever needs to done thereafter. But right now there is too much speculations, things are actually way out of control, 
— Vijay Mallya is unhappy that politicians are making use of the IPL controversy for their political gains / April 24, 2010
 In case of foreign direct investment in our country, money comes from Mauritius or Switzerland, no body questions it. How can it certainly become a big issue when it comes to IPL investigations? The finance Ministry I had heard on TV has promised a full inquiry into all this, let the inquiry be conducted. Till then, I don't think we should jump into conclusions. Yesterday, even something new appeared about match fixing. This is utter rubbish. Several of our political leaders are calling the IPL gambling den which is completely not true, 
— Vijay Mallya saying Government is welcome to hold an inquiry into the IPL match fixing allegations / April 24, 2010
 This whole controversy has become an unnecessary too fan. Yes, there may be some questions about the way in which IPL runs. Clearly some governing council members may not be happy. Let all that be properly investigated. But to rubbish the IPl as a league then start casting aspersions on owners, alleging black money involvement, alleging funds from tax havens. I think this is stretching things way too far, 
— Vijay Mallya on the 2010 IPL Controversy / April 24, 2010
 Lalit Modi is a friend of mine and I met him at the awards function on Friday night. But we did not discuss the current controversy. I think Modi must be given some opportunity at some point of time to explain himself, 
— Vijay Mallya feels Lalit Modi needs to be given a chance to explain himself / April 24, 2010
 He has done a very good job... I have never heard of any country nationalizing its sport. 
— Vijay Mallya supporting Lalit Modi in the wake of the IPL controversy / April 20, 2010
 [Congress-led coalition] is a vote for stability... UPA need not worry about hotch-potch partners. Congress can clearly pursue ..Its policies without the need to convince the Left 
— Vijay Mallya on Congress' victory in 2009 Indian elections / May 16, 2009
 We have the talent and determination to play well and if we win this IPL, then I will be the happiest man in the world. 
— Vijay Mallya saying he will be happy if his teams wins IPL 2009
 I have several South Africans in my team, I hope the people there too come out and support 
— Vijay Mallya hoping that his team gets support in South Africa
Drivers are a crucial part of the team so the driver line-up is a serious matter and not a sympathy contest 
— Vijay Mallya 
 I am fully supportive of Mr Venkatesh Prasad as bowling coach after he excelled himself with the Indian team recently in Australia. 
— Vijay Mallya praising Venkatesh Prasad
 A player like Kevin is a great buy for us. He is one of the most explosive batsmen in the world and will bring a lot of class to our team, 
— Vijay Mallya on getting Kevin Pietersen for Royal Challenger Bangalore
 My biggest mistake was to abstain from the selection of the team. Though I watch a lot cricket whenever possible, I am no cricket expert at the end of the day, I had a separate list of players that I wanted... 
— Vijay Mallya 
 We have identified three foreign players who will be willing to swap with other IPL teams, if possible, to achieve better team balance 
— Vijay Mallya on trading players with other IPL teams

 Both Jet and Kingfisher fully realize that better understanding of supply and demand in this capital and labour-intensive industry is the key to profitability, 
— Vijay Mallya 
 To be honest, I would have preferred England to South Africa, An average Englishman loves his cricket. The stands there would have been full. 

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