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Tatas launch $1.7-bn JLR plant in China
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Tatas launch $1.7-bn JLR plant in China

Tata Group's Chairman Emeritus Ratan Tata, group Chairman Cyrus Mistry along with top British and Chinese officials took part in the inauguration of the new plant which has begun production of the cars, which has been one of fast selling luxury ... Millennium Post, 2 days ago
Tatas open JLR factory in China, 3 days ago

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Ratan Tata may be suffering from delusion: Amit Mitra

West Bengal Finance Minister Amit Mitra today countered Ratan Tatas remarks on lack of industrialisation in the state saying he may be suffering from delusion and that was why he made such comments. "Tata is getting old and suffering from delusion. I do not ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago BRIDGES OF MOTIBHROM COUNTY: See 'em, don't use 'em  The Telegraph2 months ago Show me development in Bengal, says Tata; TMC says 'he's lost his mind'  First Post.com2 months ago Ratan Tata must stop delivering sermons like a demi-god: Bengal minister  IBN Live2 months ago

Ratan Tatas message to Bengal: Look what Modi has done

Downtown residential projects and commercial activities are all that chairman emeritus of Tata Group Ratan Tata could see on his way from Kolkata airport on Wednesday. "I couldn't see any industrial development... All this looks like countryside development," he said. Read why Mamata Banerjee will see red when she reads this.
 Rediff.com2 months ago Ratan Tata to Bengal: Look what Modi has done  Economic Times2 months ago Look what Modi has done for Gujarat, says Ratan Tata to Bengal  Sify2 months ago Ratan Tata’s message to Bengal: Look what Modi has done  Times of India2 months ago
Business Standard

Figures fly in industry duel

Ratan Tatas question on industrial development in Rajarhat has prompted leaders to quote numbers to drive home their points. If it was Trinamul all-India president Mukul Roy yesterday, it was state Congress president Adhir Chowdhury today Bengals political ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago Tata is wrong: Rajarhat is no industrial hub anyway  Business Standard2 months ago

Big boost for philanthropic activities from Ratan Tata

The Tatas are conspicuously absent from coveted billionaire lists, as the founders bequeathed most of their personal wealth to about 16 trusts they created to give back to society. Ratan Tata is set to move to a new office at the World Trade Centre in Mumbai. His current office, at One Forbes, isn’t big enough to handle the growing volume of philanthropic work the Tata trusts are handling under the 76-year-old.  Last month, through Fruition, one of his biggest initiatives, 20 ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Titan helps Tatas win retail sweepstake

At the Tata group’s annual management meeting in 2002, former chairman Ratan Tata had set a target for the group’s retail business across all formats. The figure he mentioned, Rs 10,500 crore (Rs 105 billion) in 10 years, was considered audacious, as the business accounted for only Rs 150 crore (Rs 1.5 billion).But the retail vertical accounted for Rs 12,664 crore (Rs 126.64 billion) in FY12. That the growth engine continues to be in full throttle is evident from that the vertical, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Tata grant to IISc materialises five years after promise

In line with industrialist Ratan Tata's promise in the centenary year of IISc, 2009, that the Tatas would fund research with practical benefits and make a substantial grant to IISc, the Tata Trusts have extended a Rs 75 crore grant to IISc for research on ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
Jagran Post

Ratan Tata Warns Businesses Against 'Cavalier Risks'

Cautioning that "complacency" is a big danger for any business, Tata Group's Chairman Emeritus Ratan Tata has said that corporate leaders should keep injecting urgency without taking "cavalier risks". ...
 Businessworld India4 days ago Complacency big danger for businesses: Ratan Tata  Business Standard5 days ago Complacency Is A Big Danger For Any Business, Ratan Tata Says  Silicon India4 days ago Complacency is a big danger for businesses, says Ratan Tata  Business Standard India4 days ago

Unitech land deal: CBI may question Ratan Tata

Rs.1,700 crore was paid to Unitech in the garb of the
 The Hindu1 week ago Tata-Unitech land deal: CBI begins preliminary investigation, may question Ratan Tata  ZeeNews.com1 week ago MMA-Amalgamations Business Leadership Award 2014 presented to Ratan Tata  MotorIndia2 weeks ago Tata not involved in Snapdeal operations: Bahl  Business Standard India3 weeks ago

Ratan Tata pledges support for cyclone relief work

Ratan Tata, chairman of Tata Trusts, today committed Rs 3 crore to the Chief Minister's Relief Fund, extending support for the rebuilding work in the areas affected by cyclone Hudhud in Andhra Pradesh."Tata has given his commitment that Tata Trusts will donate Rs 3 crore to AP CM's Relief Fund," an official release said here today. "It is heartening to see Ratan Tata's concern.On behalf of the people of AP, and as the CM of this troubled state I salute Tata for his leadership, compassion and ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago
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