Union minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank wished the veteran businessman stating that Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently praised the Tata Group for playing an important role in India's development.
Instituted by the Parag initiative of Tata Trusts, the chosen language of the fifth edition of the Big Little Book Award was English.
CMC Vellore's method trains and develops master trainers, who in turn can coach wider groups in their respective facilities. CIHS Hyderabadâ€™s method directly trains small groups.
Srinath Narasimhan appointed as Tata Trusts chief executive; former Citi CEO Pramit Jhaveri to be Trustee of Sir Dorabji Tata Trust
Currently, Narasimhan is the managing director of Tata Teleservices Ltd and Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) Ltd, Tata Trusts said in a statement.
Tata-Mistry saga: Registrar of Companies seeks modification in NCLAT order; to be listed for hearing on 2 January
The NCLAT had also directed the Registrar of Companies to reverse Tata Sons' status from a 'private company' to a 'public company'
Mistry vs Tatas: NCLAT verdict indicates corporate governance is not only about rules but also processes, say experts
The Tata group is not known for boardroom battles that have ricocheted outside the iconic Bombay House, the headquarters of the salt-to-software conglomerate
Soon after his exit, Ratan Tata's half- brother Noel Tata was appointed the trustee of Sir Ratan Tata Trust, the second largest among the dozen-odd charities that make up the Tata Trusts.
Big Little Book Awards 2019: Priya Kuriyan wins best illustrator, Prabhat bags prize for best children's literature in Hindi
Since its inception in 2016, the Big Little Book Award chooses one language each year for the prize in keeping with its aim of recognising the work produced for children in Indian languages
The Supreme Court Thursday sought a response from R Venkataramanan, a former managing trustee of Tata Trusts, on an appeal of Shapoorji Pallonji Group challenging the quashing of its defamation case against him
In a true marketing-savvy style that has come to be associated with the regime, the backward districts were to be henceforth called aspirational districts
The 83-year-old Soonawala, who has served at various positions in the Tata group including as the vice-chairman of Tata Sons.
India Innovation Growth Programme announces $2 million investment in social and industrial innovations
The programme has been established by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, Lockheed Martin Corporation and Tata Trusts.
Noel Tata is the chairman of the group's retail arm Trent and also the managing director of Tata International.
R Venkataramanan quits Tata Trusts as managing trustee, Ratan Tata's half-brother Noel roped in as trustee of Ratan Tata Trust
R Venkataramanan, the managing trustee of the Tata Trusts, a string of non-profits that own 66 percent of the diversified Tata Sons, has resigned
Tata Trusts chief R Venkataramanan may move to new position within group post I-T Department's withdrawal of tax relief
The rejig comes following the Income Tax Department's withdrawal of the tax exemption granted to Sir Dorabji Tata Trust
Big Little Book Award winner Nina Sabnani on inclusivity and the role of illustrations in children’s stories
At the third annual Big Little Book Awards, Nina Sabnani won the award for illustrator across all languages.
Tata Trusts and La Liga club Atletico de Madrid join hands; TFA set to be renamed Tata Atletico Football Academia
Tata Football Academy is set to be renamed as Tata Atletico Football Academia after the Tata Trusts on Wednesday joined hands with La Liga giants, Atletico de Madrid.
Mistry in his pleas primarily argued that his removal was not in accordance with the Companies Act and that there was rampant mismanagement of affairs across Tata Sons.
NCLT holds allegations made by Cyrus Mistry against Tatas devoid of merit, says ex-chairman tried to gain 'unbridled control' over group
The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), which dismissed Cyrus Mistry's petition against Tata Sons earlier this week, has held that all the allegations made by the former chairman against Ratan Tata, Tata Sons and group companies are devoid of merit
In a 368-page order, which was made public on Thursday, the bench also said that Mistry's wrong assumption that he had a free hand to run the affairs of the Tata Group perhaps caused all the problems and that Tata Sons board was 'competent' to remove its chairman.