Tata Steel to pay salaries of employees who passed away due to Covid till retirement age. Here is how Tatas have risen to the...
Not only the families would continue to receive salaries but TATA will bear the children's education expenses too till they graduate.
On Friday, the Supreme Court formulated a total of 5 questions pertaining to the case. All the questions were answered in favour of the Tata conglomerate.
PM Modi’s tweet, lighting a lamp after his call to the nation in April, becomes most retweeted tweet in politics category in 2020
From PM Modi to actor Vijay: On Tuesday, Twitter announced the Golden tweets of 2020, across politics, business and sports
‘More sensitivity, less harsh judgement’: Ratan Tata appeals for empathy and support amid online bullying and hate
Indian industrialist and philanthropist Ratan Tata on Sunday took to Instagram to appeal for empathy and kindness amid an increasing hatred and online bullying on various social networking platforms.
#9baje9minute: These heartwarming pictures from Sunday night show that we are in this fight against coronavirus together
On Sunday night at 9 PM, Indians came out on their roofs and balconies and lit up lamps, torches and candles to show solidarity in this fight against Chinese coronavirus.
After Reliance, Mahindra and Vedanta, Tata group steps in: Commits to contribute Rs 500 cr to fight Wuhan Coronavirus pandemic
Many business tycoons including Ratan Tata have been coming forward pledging their support amidst the unprecedented Coronavirus outbreak
Visuals of Narayana Murthy touching Ratan Tata’s feet go viral, Twitter declares it is the best thing on Internet
Social media appreciates humility and simplicity shown by Narayana Murthy by touching the feet of Ratan Tata.
West Bengal: Singur farmers express regret over their ‘mistake’ of forcing Tata out, feel used by political parties
Following the protest by farmers in Singur, Ratan Tata shifted the NanoManufacturing plant from West Bengal's Singur to Gujarat's Sanand
The former chairman of India's largest conglomerate Tata Sons had visited RSS headquarters and met Mohan Bhagwat back in 2016 too.
Ratan Tata was pipped to replace Pranab Mukherjee as the next President of India. Well...now that has definitely vanished.