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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.

AirAsia Group chief Tony Fernandes gets Overseas Citizen of India status

AirAsia Group chief Tony Fernandes gets Overseas Citizen of India status

Malaysia's AirAsia Group chief Tony Fernandes has been given the status of Overseas Citizen of India (OIC) by the Indian government, amid concerns in certain quarters over control at budget carrier AirAsia India.

Narendra Modi, his govt protecting AgustaWestland for last two years: Congress

Narendra Modi, his govt protecting AgustaWestland for last two years: Congress

Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala said the Prime Minister has been protecting the UK-based subsidiary of Italian conglomerate Finmeccanica.

One year of Modi Govt: Ambanis down in stock market, Adani up

As the Modi government completed its first year today, the stock market wealth has grown by over Rs 10 lakh crore in this period with conglomerates like Tatas, Adani, Bharti, HDFC and Sun Groups clocking huge gains.

Delhi discoms hike power tariff, millions likely to be affected

People in the national capital will have to shell out more money for electricity consumed from tomorrow as the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission on Friday hiked the power tariff by up to eight per cent amid a tug of war between the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government and power companies.

AirAsia aims to start India operations by April: Tony Fernandes

Low-cost carrier AirAsia, which has set up a joint venture with Tatas, expects to start India operations by April, its chief Tony Fernandes has said.

Tata-SIA to aqcuire 20 Airbus A-320 on lease

The full service airline to be launched by Tatas and Singapore Airlines has decided to acquire 20 Airbus A-320s on lease, informed sources said on Thursday.

Tatas step up US lobbying on immigration, education issues

Tatas appear to have stepped up their lobbying in the US on various matters, including those related to immigration reforms and technical education issues, after remaining inactive on this front for over two years.

"No issue on SIA and Tata": Tony Fernandes

"I have and continue to have no issue on SIA (Singapore Airlines) and Tata. No difference to Ginger and Taj Hotels. These are two very separate business", Fernandes said in social networking portal -- Twitter.

Tata Power generates over 4,682 MUs of electricity in FY13

Tata Power, country's largest private power utility, Wednesday said it generated over 34,682 MUs of electricity from its plants in the last financial year (2012-13).

Tata Motors unit to stop production at Spanish plant

A unit of Tata Motors Ltd said it will stop making vehicles at a Spanish plant from next month because of mounting losses and no signs of a turnaround in muted demand in the near future.

Tata, SIA say airline to always remain under Indian control

Tatas and Singapore Airlines have assured the government that control of their proposed airline venture would always remain in Indian hands, while seeking approval to offer passenger services on both domestic and international routes.

Tata Motors Jamshedpur plant to take five-day block closure

Slump in demand may prompt country's leading automobile company Tata Motors to take a five-day block closure at its plant here from September 26, sources said.

Tata Steel announces Rs 180 cr bonus payout to employees

The minimum and maximum annual bonus payable to employees will be in the range of Rs 13,311 and Rs 1,43,653, it said.

Cyrus Mistry buys Tata Power shares for Rs 49.77 lakh

Tata Power Thursday said Tata Group Chairman Cyrus Mistry has purchased 64,000 shares of the power generation firm for Rs 49.77 lakh from the market.

Tata Power seeks diversion of surplus coal

Tata Power, the country's largest private electricity generator, has sought approval for a plan to divert surplus coal from one plant to another.

Tatas up exposure to banking, NBFC stocks

The shares have been acquired by Tata Investment Corporation Ltd, whose portfolio of bank stocks rose to nearly Rs 183 crore.

SC suggests Tatas to return Nano land to WB govt

The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked Tata Motors to consider restoring the land for small car Nano factory in West Bengal back to the state government so that it could be returned to the agriculturists from whom it was acquired.

Fraud job syndicates target Reliance, Tata groups

Two of the country's biggest business conglomerates -- Cyrus Mistry-led Tatas and Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries Group -- have become the target of fake job syndicates making fraudulent employment offers to gullible jobseekers in lieu of money.

Tata Power eyes stronger overseas presence

The country's largest private power producer is pursuing opportunities in Myanmar, Vietnam, Indonesia, the Middle East, South Africa, Bhutan, Georgia and Australia, among others.