Masaba adds quirky touch to Tata Nano

Young designer Masaba Gupta is looking forward to unveiling her quirky version of the Tata Nano on the opening day of the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week (WIFW), starting Oct 9.

Moral victory, says Mamata Banerjee

The Supreme Court has asked Tata Motors to make its stand clear on its leasehold rights on the land at Singur.

Singur problem will be solved by January: Bengal min

A West Bengal min assured regarding the volatile movement against the Nano car plant in 2006-08, that the problem would be solved by January next.

Tata Nano to roll out in Bangladesh

Nano car was likely to cost around Taka
5,00,000 in Bangladesh considering the existing custom duty.

Nano in Nepal: 352 cars booked within 10 days

Three hundred fifty two Tata Nano cars have been booked within ten days of its launch. Nepal is the only market abroad after Sri Lanka where Nano is being sold.

Mamata passes ordinance to return singur land

An ordinance was promulgated to pave way for returning 400 acres of the Singur Nano factory plot to the unwilling farmers.

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.

Tata Nano gets pop art cover

Tata Nano gets a pop art imagery wrapper at the ongoing India Art Summit.

Tata to recall some Nanos over fire problem

In May, the company had declared that an expert team had found no manufacturing defects in the Nano.

‘Nano to be 2nd best selling car in India by FY11’

Nano, the small car from the Tatas, is projected to become India`s second best selling car next year, according to market research firm JD Power.

Tata Motors plans Nano`s US launch in three years

Tata Group Chief Ratan Tata on Tuesday said the company will consider launching `Nano` in the US in the next three years and is currently developing a bigger engine for the same.

Nano to feature at New York design museum

The Tata Nano will be on view at Smithsonian`s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York.

Tata wants compensation for Singur land

Tata Group chief Ratan Tata on Tuesday offered to return nearly 1,000 acres of land at Singur.

Manner of land acquisition in WB a mistake: Amartya Sen

Despite the "overwhelming" need for industry in West Bengal, the manner in which the state government acquired land for the purpose was a "mistake," Nobel laureate economist Amartya Sen has said.