Following the death of the Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry, Ratan Tata’s stepmother attended the funeral in a wheelchair. Mistry who suffered a fatal road accident, was cremated in Mumbai, on September 6. Simone Tata (92) arrived at the crematorium in a special van. Various family members, industrialists, businessmen and politicians were present at the crematorium. Further details are awaited.
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Netizens Motivated After Reading About Ratan Tata's Meeting With Pune Start-up Entrepreneurs On LinkedIn
Aditi Bhosale Walunj, a Repos co-founder, shared a story about Ratan Tata on LinkedIn. Walunj stated, “Repos is where it is today because of HIM. To showing him our first Mobile Fuel Station to him giving his insights, to having some amazing conversations over… read-more
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Following a blast in a battery, a massive fire broke out at a coke plant of Tata Steel factory in Jamshedpur, on May 7. Following the incident, two employees who sustained minor injuries were admitted to a hospital, and another person who complained of chest pain was also admitted. Reportedly, several fire tenders and ambulances rushed to the spot to douse the fire and provide assistance.
Under the Assam Cancer Care Foundation, seven new hospitals were inaugurated by PM, Modi and Industrialist Ratan Tata, on April 28. Reportedly, three more hospitals will be established in the coming months. Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma expressed his gratitude towards the duo. The Assam Cancer Care Foundation, a joint venture by the Government of Assam and Tata Trusts, aims to be South Asia's largest affordable cancer care centre with 17… read-more
Eminent Industrialist Ratan Tata has been conferred with 'Assam Bhaibav', the highest civilian award in Assam, by CM Himanta Biswa at a function held in Mumbai. The award has been given to acknowledge and thank the chairman of Tata Trust, for his exceptional contribution towards furthering cancer care in Assam, stated an official release. The award reportedly carries a citation, a medal and a cash amount of Rs 5 lakh.
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Tata Son's N Chandrasekaran has been reappointed as the Chairman of the company. His tenure has been extended for another 5 years, on February 11. The Tata Son Pvt Limited Board with special invitee Ratan Tata, approved the appointment based on the performance of N Chandrasekaran, who is leading the ecommerce app project. Chandrasekaran who joined Tata Sons in 2016, became Chairman in 2017 and expressed gratitude over his reappointment.
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After the biddings closed for Air India on September 15, the government has decided to declare the results latest by October 15. Till now, the Tatas are seen as the front runners for Air India's disinvestment plan by the Central govt. However, the final draft for Air India's winning bid would require Home Minister-headed GoM's nod. Meanwhile, the Airline has reported Rs 7,982.83 crore as a net loss in FY20.
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Ratan Tata, the chairman of Emeritus of Tata Sons has clarified that he never said, ''Liquor sales should be sold through Aashaar card'' following some miscreant netizens claimed that Tata said so. The 83-year-old tycoon also shared the screenshot of the fake claim on his Instagram account and wrote, ''This wasn't said by me. Thank you.'' The post also claimed, ''Government food subsidies should be stopped for alcohol buyers.''
Shapoorji Palonji Group led By Cyrus Mistry has approached the Supreme Court seeking a review of the judgment made in the favour of the Tata Groups. The apex court had earlier backed the removal of Mistry from the chairman post of Tata Groups, after a long high-profile legal battle between the two entities. "I am personally disappointed by the outcome of the judgment," Mistry had stated.
After a social media campaign demanding 'Bharat Ratna' award for Ratan Tata started trending, the Indian business tycoon on February 6 requested people to stop the campaign. Making the appeal, the Tata group chairman tweeted, "I consider myself fortunate to be an Indian and to try and contribute to India’s growth and prosperity." Under the campaign, netizens started recalling Tata's contributions towards the society while making a case for… read-more
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