Govt nod to Rs 11,930 cr Airbus-TATA consortium bid to replace Avro fleet

 The government tonight cleared the lone bid of Airbus-TATA consortium for replacing Indian Air Force's fleet of ageing Avro transport aircraft for Rs 11,930 crore besides approving Russia's offer to build Kamov Ka-226T helicopters under 'Make in India' initiative.

Archery Association of India in search of sponsors after Tata pull out
Archery Association of India in search of sponsors after Tata pull out

 With just little more than a year to go for the 2016 Rio Olympics, the Archery Association of India (AAI) is desperately looking for a new sponsor after Tata decided to pull out midway into a three-year deal.

NDMC to auction Taj Mansingh within three months
NDMC to auction Taj Mansingh within three months

The Tata-owned Indian Hotels Company Ltd (IHCL) has got a three-month extension for operating the Taj Mansingh hotel with the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) gearing up to complete its auction of the property by then.

Ratan Tata to be on board of Interpol Foundation

 Tata Sons Chairman Emeritus Ratan Tata has been appointed to the board of Interpol Foundation to contribute to its two new global initiatives aimed at combating organised crime and terrorist activities by the international police organisation.

Ratan Tata hits back at `delusion` remark, says Amit Mitra has `fertile imagination`

Reacting to Amit Mitra`s remarks that he was suffering from `delusion`, industrialist Ratan Tata said on Thursday that the West Bengal Finance Minister`s `anger was needless`.

Tata firm sets up roof-top solar panels in Gujarat

Leading energy producer Tata Power Solar has set up root-top solar panels at 62 sites across Gujarat with a cumulative capacity to generate 3 MW to its state-run distributors, the city-based company said Friday.

Fans backlash awaits Barca on return to Camp Nou

FC Barcelona face a trial by their supporters when they entertain Athletic Club Bilbao in the Camp Nou Stadium Sunday night.

Anil Ambani, Tata groups not cooperating with us: CAG to HC

The CAG on Wednesday again told the Delhi High Court that power distributing companies of Anil Ambani and Tata groups are not cooperating with it even as the city government questioned the "reluctance" of the discoms for the audit if they had nothing to hide.

Mandela had "wonderful time" in last few days: daughter

Nelson Mandela had a "wonderful time" in his last few days as his wife Graca, his children and grandchildren were all there to say goodbye, the anti- apartheid icon`s daughter has said.

Tata to make rails for Makkah-Madina railway link

Tata Steel will fabricate 60,000 tonnes of high-quality rails for a new high-speed line linking the Muslim holy cities of Makka and Madina in Saudi Arabia, a company official said here Thursday.

Deepika, Atanu, Dola emerge champions

Ace archers Deepika Kumari and Atanu Das of Steel Plant Sports Board (SPSB) and Dola Banerjee of Railway Sport Promotion Board (RSPB) won the top place in the 1st and 2nd elimination round of the ongoing 2nd National Ranking Archery Tournament (NRAT) at the JRD Tata Sports Complex on Saturday.

Left for resolving Singur issue with Mistry

With Cyrus Mistry taking over as the new chairman of the Tata Group, West Bengal`s opposition CPI-M Sunday asked the Mamata Banerjee-led state government to initiate talks to resolve the Singur land impasse.

Russia emerges champion, Kishan gets individual gold

Top seeds Russia emerged winners after the ninth and final round of the TATA 14th IBCA Chess Olympiad for the Blind 2012 here today.

Harvard Business School breaks ground for Tata Hall

The name of Ratan Tata, chairman of Tata Group who gave a grant of USD 50 million to his alma mater Harvard Business School, will adorn the newest executive complex building at the prestigious US institute.

`No notice needed for possession of Singur land’

The West Bengal government on Thursday
told the Calcutta High Court, hearing Tata`s challenge of the
Singur Land Act.

Tata "highest" contributor in "so-called" huge loss: Balwa

Swan Telecom promoter Shahid Balwa on Monday accused the Tata as the "highest contributor" in the "so-called" loss of over Rs 30,000 crore to the state
exchequer in the award of licenses for the spectrum.

SC defers hearing of Tata`s plea on Radia tapes

SC deferred
hearing of Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata`s plea on violation
of his right to privacy after the leakage of his telephonic
conversations with corporate lobbyist Niira Radia tapped by
the Income Tax Department.

SC to hear Tata`s plea on Radia tapes today

The Supreme Court will take up Tuesday Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata`s plea on the right to privacy after the leakage of his telephonic conversations with corporate lobbyist Niira Radia tapped by the Income Tax Department.

Singur: Tata’s plea for interim order rejected

The Calcutta High Court on Monday refused to pass an interim order restraining the West Bengal government from distributing to farmers in Singur the land acquired earlier to set up Tata`a car manufacturing unit.

Villagers loot materials from Tata factory site

Scores of villagers looted
costly machinery, iron rods and other materials from the
abandoned factory premises of Tata Motors here, taking
advantage of the absence of guards, police said on Thursday.