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Supreme Court to pass judgement on allocation, ownership of Singur land

The Tata group was given around a thousand acres by the state government in 2006 to build a car manufacturing factory.

Tata Tiago prices may be hiked

Tata Tiago prices may be hiked

Tata launched the Tiago at a competitive price of Rs 3.20 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). While the introductory price did get buyers interested, Tata Motors’ vice president of sales & network admitted that it would be difficult to hold on to it. Now it looks like the hatchback may get more expensive.

Tata Motors gears up to revive 'Nano'

Tata Motors is gearing up to revive the country's cheapest car Nano which is still on bumpy roads.

Ratan Tata suffering from delusion: West Bengal Minister Amit Mitra

Taking a dig at the Chairman Emeritus of Tata Group, West Bengal Finance Minister Amit Mitra said Ratan Tata was not keeping himself updated with the reality owing to his growing age, adding that he has lost his mind.

Marketing Nano as world's cheapest car was a mistake: Ratan Tata

The car was launched in March 2009 with an initial ex-factory price tag of close to Rs one lakh.

Swipe a credit card and drive away a Nano

In view of falling demand for ultra-low cost Nano car, Tata Motors Wednesday introduced a new marketing scheme `Swipe and drive away', which enables purchasing through credit card and drive off with the car on the same day.

Nano being 'refreshed' to realise full potential: Ratan Tata

World's cheapest car, Tata Nano, is being 'refreshed' to realise its full potential, says group Chairman Ratan Tata.

`Modi brought Nano to Gujarat for self-propaganda`

Gujarat Parivartan Party president Keshubhai Patel alleged that Narendra Modi wooed the Tatas to set up Nano project in Gujarat only to boost his image.

Nano's potential is enormous in developing world: Tata

Last fiscal, Nano clocked sales of 77,989 units as against 70,433 units in the previous year, up 10.73 percent.

Tamil Nadu engineering students design 'nano bike'

A group of final year mechanical engineering students of a private university in Tamil Nadu claimed to have designed a 25-kg single-seater 'nano'motorcycle that could give a mileage of 97 km per litre of petrol.

A streetcar named Nano - for Rajasthan`s sterilisation drive

In an effort to get more people to undergo sterilisation, the authorities in two districts of Rajasthan are offering them a chance to win Nano cars.

Ratan Tata takes feedback on Nano

Chairman of the Tata Group Ratan Tata on Friday personally took feedback from customers on the world's cheapest car, Nano.

Coming soon: New 800cc car from Maruti

Maruti Suzuki, which had bid adieu to its most successful model ever, the iconic M800, is all set to make a grand re-entry into the A segment with a new car, a report claimed Wednesday.

Sri Lanka autorickshaw drivers say no to Nano

Taxi drivers in Sri Lanka`s
capital held up traffic today, demanding the government should
stop allowing anymore use Tata Nanos on the streets that offer
stiff competition to the ubiquitous three-wheelers.

Nano ranks last in customer`s satisfaction: TNS

Tata Motor`s Nano has been ranked last among entry level small cars in terms of customer satisfaction, according to market research firm TNS.

Nano materials can enhance lifespan of machines

Leading scientists and technocrats in medicine and engineering Thursday advocated the innovative use of nano materials to extend the lifespan of machines.

Nano materials can enhance lifespan of machines

Leading scientists and technocrats in medicine and engineering Thursday advocated the innovative use of nano materials to extend the lifespan of machines.

Wanted to start an airline but was asked for a bribe: Tata

Ratan Tata on Monday revealed that he was asked for a bribe of Rs 15 crore when he wanted to start a domestic airline in the 1990s.

Obamas check out Nano

President Barack Obama, who heads the world`s richest economy, Sunday checked out the world`s cheapest car -- Nano.

`Didn`t want Nano stitched as shirt around button’

"Ratan Tata was clear that the small-car team should not build the car around whatever engine it opted for; that would be, he said, like stitching a shirt around a button," the book says