Time has changed Mr Investors!

Almost 4 years have passed since the Kalinganagar industrial area witnessed a bloodbath.

Time has changed Mr Investors!

Almost 4 years have passed since the Kalinganagar industrial area witnessed a bloodbath.

Tatas complete probe into Nano fire; say car safe

Tata Motors today claimed that
its people`s car was "absolutely safe", saying a probe into
fires that gutted a couple of brand new `Nanos` by an expert
team found `no manufacturing defects`.

Tata, RIL among world`s 50 most innovative companies

Two Indian corporate giants, Tata Group and Reliance Industries, have made to a new list of world`s 50 most innovative companies, but it is US-based Apple Computer sitting on the top.

Nano margins under pressure; but no price hike: Tata Motors

India`s largest auto maker Tata
Motors today said that it is facing increasing pressure on the
margins of its small car Nano on account of the two per cent
excise duty hike announced during the Budget last week.

Kerala HC stays demolition of Tata`s check dams

The Kerala High court today stayed
the demolition of two check dams at Chittuvarai and Lechmi
estates belonging to the Tata group owned Kannan Devan Hills
company at Munnar in Idukki district for a three-week period.

Munnar eviction drive: Kerala to demolish check dams built by TATA

Intensifying its
eviction drive in the hill station of Munnar, Kerala cabinet
Tuesday decided to demolish check dams built at an Estate by
Tata Group.

Boss of Tata-owned Jaguar Land Rover steps down

The chief executive of Jaguar Land Rover, the Indian-owned British luxury carmaker, has stepped down from his post, the firm has announced.

Singur land-givers back to cultivation

With an industry at the abandoned site of Tata`s Nano car project at Singur yet to come up, most of the land-owners who had willingly parted with their fields are now back to what they had been doing - cultivation.

`I still have deadline for retirement`: Ratan Tata

Tata group supremo Ratan Tata on Tuesday said that deadline for his retirement was still intact, but before hanging his boots he would like to find a successor.

Tata wiling to return Singur land if compensated

Tata group chairman Ratan Tata on Tuesday virtually ruled out any investment in Singur and said the company would gladly return the land if compensated.

`We have not yet been contacted by UK govt on Teeside plants`

Tata Group on Tuesday said the British government has not yet contacted it on the possible options to avoid closure of Corus steel plants in Teeside that could result in 1700 jobs losses.

`We have not yet been contacted by UK on Teeside plants`

Tata Group said the British government has not yet contacted it on the possible options to avoid closure of Corus steel plants in Teeside that could result in 1700 jobs losses.

Brown to talk to Tata for saving Teeside plant

British premier Gordon Brown has promised to talk to Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata as a last ditch effort to stop the Corus steel plants in Teeside from being shut down at the month end and thus save 1,700 jobs.

Japanese PM Hatoyama meets Tata, Ambani

Visiting Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama on Monday met top Indian industry leaders, including Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani and Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata, here.

India`s GDP to reach 9% in 2010: Tata`s Gopalakrishnan

The Indian economy is going to be
stronger and in the next year, GDP growth will reach around 9
per cent, a top Tata group official said.

British govt disappointed with Tata`s decision to shut mills

England`s Business Secretary Peter Mandelson has said he is disappointed with the decision of Tatas-owned Corus to shut operations at some of the mills at Teesside steel plant.

Delhi govt rubbishes Tata Motors` claim of bad road condition

Under attack for a spate of fire related incidents in low-floor DTC buses, Delhi Government on Tuesday countered the claim by the Tata Motors, supplier of the vehicles, that bad road condition was the reason behind the mishaps.

Tatas woke up Britain: UK Minister

The Tatas` acquisition of Jaguar and Land Rover had woken up Britain to growing Indian strength, UK Secretary of State for Business and Innovation Peter Mandelson on Tuesday said.

British govt to talk Teesside plant closure with Tatas

In the face of Corus announcing
closure of Teesside steel plant rendering 1,700 employees
jobless, British Business Secretary Lord Peter Mandelson
said he would hold talks with the Tatas who own the Anglo-
Dutch steel-maker.