Post-Mistry, Ratan Tata hints at changes in Tata Group

Mumbai--Tata Sons Interim Chairman Ratan N. Tata, hinting at possible changes in the group companies, on Tuesday urged them to "act as leaders in...

Mistry denies filing any caveat on removal from Tata Sons

Mumbai-- Industrialist Cyrus P. Mistry on Tuesday denied that he has filed any caveat pertaining to his removal as Chairman of Tata Sons. "Cyrus (Mistry)...

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Number of generous people increasing but India still ranks 91 in World Giving Index

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Tastiest Bowl contest: Ritu Arora of Delhi wins Rs 50 lakh for oats-based recipe

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Uttar Pradesh Names 54 eminent persons for Yash Bharti awards

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Samajwadi Party headed for split as family power struggle intensifies

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Killing a man-eating tigress: 45 days, 200 men, 120 camera traps, five shooters, four...

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Sensation-seeking youth biggest culprits in road accidents in India

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Over 7,000 held during ongoing Kashmir violence

By Sheikh Qayoom Srinagar-- More than 7,000 people were arrested by police during the ongoing unrest in the Kashmir Valley that started here on July...

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Computer Science Professor Shikha Singh Awarded NSF Grant

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