Fresh twist in Tata-Mistry tussle: Hours after SC orders status quo on shares, SP group says 'time to separate'
This development comes just hours after the Supreme Court restrained till 28 October the SP group and Cyrus Mistry from pledging or transferring their shares in Tata Sons Pvt Ltd
Relief for Cyrus Mistry; SC agrees to hear plea on Pallonji Group’s representation on Tata Sons board
The plea seeks representation on Tata Group's board proportionate to 18.4 percent holding of Pallonji Group
Less than a month after the Supreme Court stayed an order reinstating him as Tata Sons chairman, Cyrus Mistry has moved the apex court seeking removal of many anomalies in the NCLAT order, saying his family deserved more relief from the tribunal
The Supreme Court Friday stayed the order of appellate tribunal NCLAT which had dismissed the plea of Registrar of Companies seeking modification of its verdict in the Tata-Cyrus Mistry case
Air Asia PMLA case: ED issues fresh summons to CEO Tony Fernandes, senior executives for questioning next month
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has issued fresh summons to senior executives of Air Asia airlines, including CEO Tony Fernandes, for questioning next month in connection with a money laundering case, officials said on Friday
The allegation pertains to Air Asia officials and others allegedly trying to manipulate government policies through corrupt means to get international licence for its Indian venture Air Asia India Limited.
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Setback for Cyrus Mistry: Supreme Court stays NCLAT order restoring Pallonji Group scion as executive chairman of Tata Group
Tata Sons counsel Aryaman Sundaram said the group did not Mistry to be reinstated as the chairman of the group.
Murugappa Group family rift: Eldest daughter of late founder threatens to take legal recourse if amicable settlement not reached soon
Arunachalam, her sister Vellachi Murugappan and their mother MV Valli Murugappan together hold 8.15 percent stake in the holding entity that controls 28 registered entities and 10 listed companies
Supreme Court to hear Tata Sons plea challenging NCLAT decision restoring Cyrus Mistry as chairman today
Tata Sons has challenged the 18 December decision of the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) that gave a big relief to Cyrus Investment Pvt Ltd and Mistry, restoring him as the executive chairman of Tata Sons
Supreme Court to hear on Friday Tata Sons plea challenging NCLAT decision restoring Cyrus Mistry as chairman
In the last three years, both in conduct and in their statements to the world at large, Tata Group's leadership has shown scant respect for the rights of minority shareholders, Mistry said.
Tata Sons Private Ltd (TSPL) preferred not to mention in the Supreme Court on Monday its petition challenging the NCLAT decision restoring Cyrus Mistry as executive chairman of the Tata group
'You both are leaders in the industry, why don't you talk and resolve the issue', Supreme Court tells Ratan Tata, Nusli Wadia
The Supreme Court asked Tata and Wadia to reach an amicable solution in the defamation case that the latter filed against the Tata Group patriarch
Tata-Mistry case: NCLAT dismisses RoC plea on modification of judgement; says 18 December verdict casts no aspersions against it
NCLAT, on 18 December, had directed to reinstate Cyrus Mistry as the executive chairman of the $110-billion Tata group
Cyrus Mistry says not interested in getting back to Tata Group in any capacity; to pursue options to protect rights as minority shareholder
Cyrus Mistry, the ousted Tata Sons chairman, said he has taken the decision in the overall interest of the Tata group, whose interests are far more important than those of any individual
Last month, the NCLAT set aside the RoC decision allowing conversion of Tata Sons into a private company.
NCLAT, on 18 December, directed the $110-billion Tata group to reinstate Cyrus Mistry as the executive chairman of Tata Sons
NCLAT decision inconsistent with corporate law; any shadow over management will put public interest in jeopardy: Tata petition
The Tata petition says that a serious error in law is the finding that Tata Sons continued as a 'Public Company' even after the change of law, and on that basis, coming to a further finding that the action of the Registrar of Companies (RoC), Mumbai, taking on record this change was illegal
NCLAT adjourns RoC plea on Ratan Tata-Cyrus Mistry case till 3 January; seeks definition of pvt, public cos from MCA
The NCLAT had directed the RoC to reverse Tata Sons' status from a 'private company' to a 'public company'.
Tata Sons moves Supreme Court against NCLAT verdict; challenges Cyrus Mistry's reinstatement as chairperson, director on board
The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) on 18 December directed the conglomerate to reappoint Cyrus Mistry as chairman of Tata Sons and three group companies – TCS, Tata Industries and Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra)