Recent measures taken by govt will stimulate investments, give push to GDP growth in coming months, says Venkaiah Naidu
Venkaih Naidu said the fundamentals of the Indian economy are strong and the country continues to be among the fastest growing major economies of the world
After fighting several battles, Naresh Goyal forced to retire from Jet Airways; where is airline headed without him in charge?
Naresh Goyal continues to be the biggest individual stakeholder in the airline, holding over 25 percent of the company even after the bank transaction closes.
Air India disinvestment: Mohan Bhagwat getting emotionally chauvinistic about ailing carrier doesn't bode well for its future
You do not have to be an economist to know that the only way to save Air India is to pull it out of the clutches of the government which throttled the carrier ever since that black day when Morarji Desai dumped JRD Tata and ordered Air Chief Marshal PC Lal to take over
FICCI celebrates 90th year: India has entered an era of reasonable political stability, says Arun Jaitley
GST Council's aim is to reduce number of tax slabs under GST, says Sushil Kumar Modi at FICCI event
Ficci was launched in 1927 on the advice of Mahatma Gandhi to industry leaders Ghanshyam Das Birla and JRD Tata
Tata Sons said Mistry "misled" the Selection Committee set up in 2011 for selecting a Chairman of Tata Sons to succeed Mr Ratan Tata
There is nothing new about this scenario in the private sector except that tawdry scenes like this were never associated with the Tatas and the JRD legend covered all warts and spots.
In the messy exit of Cyrus Mistry as chairman of Tata Sons, it is still not clear why he had to leave through a boardroom coup rather than being given a graceful exit when his initial term ended
Here is a look back at the chairmen of the Tata Group
AirAsia India on Saturday unveiled its fourth aircraft with a livery dedicated to JRD Tata as a mark of respect to the pioneer of civil aviation in the Indian sub-continent.
Tata speaks about his 50 years with the group, 21 as its chairman, the highs and lows of his tenure, his equation with Mistry and his post-retirement plans
As Ratan Tata attends his last annual general meeting of shareholders today in Kolkata, it is time to look back in wonder
Amitabh Bachchan blogs about the great Indians of the past and the present.