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Tata Projects to recruit 400 fresh graduates
Business

Tata Projects to recruit 400 fresh graduates

Tata Projects pays nearly Rs 17 lakh annually to fresh engineers from the leading institutes according to Ganesh Chandan, CHRO of Tata Projects

Explained: How Air India plans to spread its wing with a massive order of 500 jets
Business

Explained: How Air India plans to spread its wing with a massive order of 500 jets

Air India is likely to place an order for 500 planes from Airbus and Boeing. This could possibly be the biggest purchase by a single airline and could transform Indian aviation

Air India to invest over USD 400 million on wide-body aircraft refurbishment
India

Air India to invest over USD 400 million on wide-body aircraft refurbishment

The company has mandated London-based product design companies JPA Design and Trendworks to assist with the cabin interior design elements of the refurbishment exercise

Day after blaming CPI(M) for Tata exit from Singur, Banerjee slams BJP for rising unemployment
Politics

Day after blaming CPI(M) for Tata exit from Singur, Banerjee slams BJP for rising unemployment

Often attacking the ruling BJP at the Centre for declining job opportunities and a rate of unemployment which is at an all-time high of 45 years, Banerjee is held responsible for a dharna outside the factory that forced the Tata Group to shift the project from Bengal leading to job losses

Air India gets more than 73,750 applications for cabin crew, pilots in two months
India

Air India gets more than 73,750 applications for cabin crew, pilots in two months

The loss-making domestic carrier, which had not recruited in non-operations areas for more than 15 years, is quickly adding talent in all spheres of its business, including for commercial functions, business support services and operations

Tatas to close down Tata Health, merge services with Tata 1mg: Report
Business

Tatas to close down Tata Health, merge services with Tata 1mg: Report

Tata Health employs around 150-200 people and several of them have been moved to Tata 1mg or other entities. The company has not responded to any questions about the development

Tata Consumer looking for more brands to acquire: Report
Business

Tata Consumer looking for more brands to acquire: Report

The company sells products like Tata Salt, Tata Tea and Tetley, pulses, spices and more under Tata Sampann, and ready-to-cook items

Watch: This is what happened to Cyrus Mistry when his car crashed!
India

Watch: This is what happened to Cyrus Mistry when his car crashed!

Former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry and a co-passenger, who were killed in a car crash on Sunday, were not wearing seat belts, a police officer said after a preliminary investigation

Cyrus Mistry car crash: Who is Anahita Pandole, who was behind the wheel, and the other co-passengers?
India

Cyrus Mistry car crash: Who is Anahita Pandole, who was behind the wheel, and the other co-passengers?

The Pandoles, who were travelling with business tycoon Cyrus Mistry, owned the soft-drink company Duke’s. Dr Anahita Pandole, who was driving the Mercedes, is a well-known gynaecologist from Mumbai. She and her husband Darius survived the crash. However, Mistry and Darius’ brother Jehangir died

Cyrus Mistry: A reclusive scion who fought for honour after being fired by Tatas
India

Cyrus Mistry: A reclusive scion who fought for honour after being fired by Tatas

Even in the death of the former chairman of Tata Sons, clarity on what exactly led the conscientious Tata Group to expel him so shortly into his tenure remains elusive

SP Group's Pallonji Mistry dies at 93
Business

SP Group's Pallonji Mistry dies at 93

He died mid-sleep at his south Mumbai residence on the intervening night of Monday and Tuesday, the officials said

Air India makes new offer to pilots post retirement
India

Air India makes new offer to pilots post retirement

Tata Group-owned Air India will re-hire pilots as commanders for a five-year period as the airline looks for stability in operations amid talk of acquiring 300 single-aisle planes

Jamsetji Tata death anniversary: Some facts about founder of the Tata Group
India

Jamsetji Tata death anniversary: Some facts about founder of the Tata Group

Jamsetji Tata breathed his last on 19 May, 1904 in Germany's Bad Nauheim. He was buried at the Brookwood Cemetery in Woking, England.

Divorce complete with AI: Alliance Air shifts to own PSS, ticket code
Business

Divorce complete with AI: Alliance Air shifts to own PSS, ticket code

Regional carrier Alliance Air was not part of the deal when the Central government sold off Air India to the Tata Group on 8 October last year

Tata group launches all-in-one super app Tata Neu, set to compete with Amazon, Flipkart
Business

Tata group launches all-in-one super app Tata Neu, set to compete with Amazon, Flipkart

The group has been testing the app since last year as it seeks to play a big role in the fast growing e-commerce space

N Chandrasekaran, chairman of Tata Sons, appointed as Air India chief
Business

N Chandrasekaran, chairman of Tata Sons, appointed as Air India chief

The conglomerate had on 14 February announced that former Turkish Airlines chairman Ilker Ayci will be the CEO&MD of Air India, an offer, which Ayci rejected on 1 March

Ratan Tata pays homage to 'Father of Indian Industry' Jamsetji Tata on 183rd birth anniversary
India

Ratan Tata pays homage to 'Father of Indian Industry' Jamsetji Tata on 183rd birth anniversary

Born in Gujarat in 1839, Jamsetji Tata ventured into business by establishing an export firm in Mumbai. He founded the Tata Group in 1868

Supreme Court to hear review plea filed by Cyrus Investments in open court on 9 March
India

Supreme Court to hear review plea filed by Cyrus Investments in open court on 9 March

The top court on 26 March, 2021, had set aside a National Company Law Appellate Tribunal order restoring Cyrus Mistry as the executive chairman of 100 billion dollar salt-to-software conglomerates

Government’s Air India move shows Narendra Modi is both a staunch welfarist and an outstanding reformer
Business

Government’s Air India move shows Narendra Modi is both a staunch welfarist and an outstanding reformer

The state has no business to be in business and that has been best amplified by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, for good reasons and more