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‘A matter of personal anguish, we fell short of addressing the situation’: Tata Sons Chairman on the urination incident

Tata Sons Chairman N Chandrasekaran said that Air India's response to the urination should have been much swifter

The tragic death of Cyrus Mistry reaffirms the need for wearing a seat belt: Here is how it could save lives

The tragic demise of Cyrus Mistry in a fatal accident reaffirms the importance of wearing seat belts while riding a vehicle.

Former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry dies in a road accident in Palghar

Cyrus Mistry was en route from Ahmedabad to Mumbai when his vehicle met with an accident on the highway at Charoti in Palghar.

Former Turkish Airlines chairman Ilker Ayci, suspected of having links to Al Qaeda, declines Tata Sons’ offer to be new Air India CEO

Ilker Ayci was appointed by Tata Sons as Air India CEO on February 14 and was expected to join the company before April 1

‘Golden age of Air India lies ahead’, says Tata Group as it officially takes over the airline from the union government

100% shares of Air India officially handed over to Tata Group company Talace Pvt Ltd by the govt along with management control

Delhi High Court dismisses Subramanian Swamy’s petition against disinvestment of Air India

Subramanian Swamy to consider moving Supreme Court against Delhi HC order dismissing his plea against disinvestment of Air India

As Air India comes home to the Tatas, read about Jawaharlal Nehru’s blunder and how JRD Tata was anguished by the move

Interestingly, the decision of 'nationalisation' was made by Jawaharlal Nehru without consulting the Tata Group.

Indian government denies media reports about Tata Sons winning the final bid on Air India

Hours after reports surfaced that the acquisition of national carrier Air India went to Tata Sons, Indian govt has denied such claims.

Air India returns to the Tatas after 68 years, SpiceJet loses out

The Indian government had chosen the winning bid, after judging the offers made by Spicejet founder Ajay Singh and Tata Sons against a 'minimum reserve price'.

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