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India budget carrier IndiGo seeks to raise 30b rupees in IPO

Proceeds will fund expansion at the profitable carrier known for cheap fares and punctuality

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"We focus only on getting customers from point A to B safely along with their bags and serve food that will not make them sick," says IndiGo president Aditya Ghosh.

New Delhi

WAITING for a flight at New Delhi's Indira Gandhi airport, law student Shweta Toppo explains why she mostly flies IndiGo, the upstart budget airline preparing for a stock market flotation.

"They're always on time, service is good and they're cheaper. For students, that's

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