Mukund Rajan News
On reading Game India, one realises that part of the reason for India’s unsteady move towards economic rediscovery is its inability to focus on one of its inherent strengths—its people
Mukund Rajan has been with with Tata Group for two-decades after starting his career as a Tata Administrative Service (TAS) Officer.
The Ratan Tata camp has been trying to evict Mistry from the chairmanship of group companies and has already fired him as chairman of TCS
Over a week after Cyrus Mistry was ousted as Chairman, Tata Sons today announced organisational changes bringing in S Padmanabhan as the group human resources head.
The 5/20 rule bars Indian airlines from flying overseas unless they have completed five years of Indian operations and have a fleet of 20 aircraft.
Vistara chairman Prasad Menon did not confirm if reconfiguration was on the airline's to-do list immediately.
A Tata Sons' spokesperson said the Tatas want to be in the airline business for the long term and they see huge untapped potential in the market.
Rajan's is the first major appointment after Cyrus Mistry took over as the chairman of the group after Ratan Tata retired on December 28, 2012.