R Venkataramanan, the managing trustee of the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust who is responsible for all Tata-run trusts, prefers to keep a low profile but has emerged as a power centre in the group - with more clout than many established CEOs, says Dev Chatterjee. The crossfire between former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry and Interim Chairman Ratan Tata has claimed an unexpected victim: R Venkataramanan, the managing trustee of the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust who is responsible for all Tata-run trusts. Rediff.com, 2 months ago
'I started learning to pull a rickshaw from two regular rickshaw-pullers.' 'Once I stopped at a roadside tea-stall to have a cup of tea.''It was early morning and two elderly customers were drinking tea there.''On seeing me, one of them remarked to the other, "Arrey, doesn't this rickshaw fellow remind you of Om Puri?"''When I finished my tea, I told them that I was indeed Om Puri.''As I was leaving, I heard the tea-stall owner exclaiming, "Bechara. How sad to see him reduced to this state. He ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Chairman, Wadia group of companies Fighting fit For decades, Nusli Wadia, 72, Chairman of the Wadia group of companies, kept a close watch on the Tata group as an independent director on the boards of Tata Chemicals, Tata Steel and Tata Motors.Smart Investor, 3 weeks ago
Tree officer used discretionary powers to allow felling of 45 trees between Yelachenahalli and Thalaghattapura Bengaluru: Buckling under intense pressure by BMRCL and the State government, the BBMP has allowed contractors to cut 45 trees on ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
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