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Tata boardroom battle: Spat raises pertinent questions
Indian Express

Tata-Mistry battle: Why the turf war may be the messiest at In...

On Saturday, November 5, RK Krishna Kumar, the 78-year-old former Tata Sons director, returned to India from the US after a short visit. His arrival that day had great symbolic value. KK, as he is known, was the right-hand man of Ratan Tata, till ... Economic Times, 4 weeks ago

Delhi Police chief AK Verma leads race for the post of CBI Director

ce Commissioner Alok Kumar Verma, a 1979-batch IPS officer from UT cadre, on Thursday emerged as the front runner for the post of CBI Director as the current Special Director, RK Dutta, has been appointed as Special Secretary (Internal Security) in ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago

114 Bihar medical students under Vyapam scam lens

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Muzaffarpur, Dec. 9 -- The Central Bureau of Investigation has handed over a list of 114 students from Muzaffarpur's Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital ...
 HT Syndication2 days ago

Headless caged parrot: Is Modi govt trying to tinker with the CBI?

Its surprising that Indias premier probe agency, the Central Bureau of Investigation, has been working without a full-time chief since 2 December 2016. The Central governments failure to appoint a Director has raised questions about its intentions, with many ...
 catchnews.com4 days ago
Business Insider India

The Tata-Mistry Battle Is A Sideshow, The Real War Is Yet To Come

Ratan Tata is not immortal. He knows that as do we. And yet at 79 he is engaged in the biggest battle of his life. Except it's the wrong one. In suddenly throwing out a group chairman he helped select and now dislikes, Tata has made public the ...
 Bloomberg-Quint4 days ago "Rebuilding" Tata Trusts  Outlookbusiness.com2 weeks ago Ratan Tata's choice of next CEO deconstructed  Business Insider India1 month ago Ratan Tata may follow his old strategy of getting outsider CEOs  Economic & India Times Auto.com1 month ago
India Today

Cyrus Mistry wants Govt to ensure transparency in Tata trusts

Ousted Tata Sons Chairman, Cyrus Mistry on Monday fired yet another salvo against his former mentor, Ratan Tata by requesting the government to ensure transparency in the Tata trusts so that it becomes more accountable to the public and follows ...
 Smart Investor5 days ago Tata-Mistry feud: Three incidents that lead to Cyrus' ouster from Tata Sons  Firstpost.com1 week ago Did Tata Sons Directors Violate Internal Rules When Sacking Cyrus Mistry?  Bloomberg-Quint1 week ago With no time for training, Ratan Tata may bring in another outsider  Economic Times1 month ago

Serenity shown by players in State Speedball C'ship

Excelsior Sports Correspondent JAMMU, Dec 3: Players showed serenity, composure and skill while vying for top honours in the ongoing 3-Day Long 8th State Speedball Championship at MA Stadium, here. On the occasion of Opening Ceremony on 2nd day ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 week ago

Rakesh Asthana takes up CBI reins till chief is appointed

onal Director Rakesh Asthana has been given additional charge of CBI Director on the retirement of Anil Sinha on Friday. Asthana, a Gujarat cadre 1984 batch IPS officer, is expected to hold the additional charge till the high-level committee ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago

From Apricots To Goats Heres Everything You Wanted To Know About Tata Trusts

The salt-to-software descriptor, often used for the Tata Group, is barely enough. You could throw in cars, steel rails and pulses in between. But imagine Tata goats, or for that matter milk or apricots. Reuters The sellers do not pay any ...
 Indiatimes1 week ago A monolith opens up: A never-before look inside the secretive world of the Tata Trusts  Economic Times2 weeks ago

Bakeries, restaurants feel the pinch

VISAKHAPATNAM: Even two weeks after demonetisation of higher denomination currency notes, the after-effects can be felt across different sectors. With November-December being the peak season for food business, especially the bakeries, the ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
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