'Airline should have acted swiftly': Tata Sons Chairman anguished over urinating incident
N. Chandrasekaran said that the Tata Group and Air India will review processes to prevent any such incident in future. "The incident on Air India flight AI102 on November 26, 2022, has been a matter of personal anguish to me and my colleagues at Air India," Chandrasekaran said in a statement on Sunday. Air India on Saturday had issued show cause notices and de-rostered four cabin crew and one pilot pending investigation.
SIA gets 25.1% stake in an enlarged Air India group
SIA and Tata aim to complete the merger by March 2024, subject to regulatory approvals. Following the transaction that was announced on Tuesday, Singapore Airlines Limited (SIA) will immediately acquire a strategic stake in an entity that is four to five times larger in scale compared to Vistara.
Tata Sons Chairman responds to Nitin Gadkari letter, assures evaluating new investment opportunities
"I have gone through the information in your letter about the various business opportunities in Nagpur for the Tata Group. I have also noted the availability of both SEZ and non SEZ land in areas which are well connected via road, rail and airways," said the Nitin Gadkari's written letter on October 19.
C-295 aircraft facility big step to become truly 'Aatmanirbhar': N. Chandrasekaran
Speaking on the occasion, TATA Sons Chairman N. Chandrasekaran said, "With the setting up of the Final Assembly Line (FAL) in Vadodara, the Tata Group will now be able to take aluminum ingots at one end of the value stream and turn it into am Airbus C295 aircraft for the Indian Air Force. This is a historic moment not only for the Tata Group, but for the entire country, as it embraces the Prime Minister's vision of being truly 'Aatmanirbhar'."
Delhi HC allows Tatas' appeal against cryptocurrency 'TATA Coin'
A bench of Justices Manoj Kumar Ohri and Mukta Gupta, in the order, noted that "the appellant (Tata) is known for the quality of its goods and services. Any dubious and inferior products sold through the respondents' website, using the appellant's trademark, can seriously damage its credibility".
Cyrus Mistry's sudden death puts spotlight on SP group's holding in Tata Sons
There were media reports in March this year that SP group was taking a Rs 15,000 crore loan against the holding in Tata Sons. SP Group had talked about separation two years back in September 2020 before the Supreme Court. The largest shareholder in the Tata Group, SP Group had said before the Supreme Court Tuesday that a separation from the Tatas is necessary.
Cyrus Mistry's body to undergo autopsy in Mumbai, Pundoles critical but stable
According to the hospital medicos, Dr Anahita Pundole is suffering from pneumothorax and hip fracture, but her blood pressure is maintained and she is under observation. Her husband Darius Pundole has suffered bilateral jaw fractures with a displaced jaw causing airways obstruction. A surgeon has pulled out the jaw with with wire fixation and cleared the airway clear and he is also stable. The injured couple is being handled by a team comprising Dr Nita Warty, Dr Karl Vazifdar, Dr Mehli Nazir and others.
Cyrus Mistry, the young tycoon who rose to Tata Group Chairman but fell from grace
Mistry, who was the sixth Chairman of Tata Sons, succeeding Ratan Tata, was unceremoniously removed from the position in October 2016, over disagreements over running the conglomerate. He was the younger son of Pallonji Mistry, head of the Shapoorji Pallonji Group, a diversified conglomerate which had begun as a construction company started by Pallonji Mistry's grandfather in the 19th century.