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Tata Steel clinches JV with Thyssenkrupp, to launch new European steel giant

The merger was welcomed by workers' unions in Britain as the best solution to ensure the long-term future of Tata Steel's UK operations. The Indian company owns the UK's largest steelworks in Port Talbot, South Wales, employing thousands of staff.

Tata Mumbai marathon 2018: Running for a cause

For a group of 25 participants from Darjeeling, Sunday’s Tata Marathon was a platform to highlight their concerns. Encouraging increased participation by young sportspersons in the Northeast and voicing a demand for a separate ‘Gorkhaland’ were the issues that they felt were needed to be highlighted.

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Bharti Airtel to buy Tata’s mobile business on debt-free cash-free basis

The Tatas are also in initial stages of exploring combination of its enterprise business with Tata Communications and its retail fixed line and broadband business with Tata Sky.

Bharti Airtel acquires mobile business of Tata Teleservices

Bharti Airtel and Tata on Thursday announced that they have entered into an understanding to merge Consumer Mobile Businesses (CMB) of Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL) and Tata Teleservices Maharashtra Limited (TTML)

Bharti Airtel to acquire Tata's mobile business for 'free'

The deal will give Airtel a major subscriber base boost and stem the bleed for Tata from a loss-making venture

Turning around Tata Motors domestic business need of the hour: Chairman N Chandrasekaran

The company's market share in commercial vehicles (CV) segment has fallen to 44.4 per cent from a high of 59.4 per cent in FY2011-12, while market share for passenger vehicles (PV) declined to 5.2 per cent from 13.1 per cent in the same period.

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Express Economic History Series: From private to public to private, how civil aviation has come full circle

65 years ago, Nehru’s government nationalised JRD Tata’s airline, rejecting his plea for a ‘strong, efficient Indian air transport system’ and ‘justice for investors and staff’. The government has now conceded it can no longer carry the burden of Air India and its accumulated losses of Rs 50,000 crore, and wants to divest

Tata Power offers to sell 51 per cent stake in Mundra power projecy for Re 1

Tatas had in February 2006 won the bid for 4,000 MW Mundra project in Gujarat, quoting a price of Rs 2.26 for every unit of electricity generated

Airport Authority of India ropes in Tata Elxsi to design IT guidelines for airports

AAI Member Planning Sudhir Raheja said the authority was looking out globally for a company which understands what people in India need and found that Tata Elxsi can help AAI in setting guidelines for all future airports at par with global standards.

Tata looking to buy stake in Air India: Sources

Air India traces its roots to Tata Airlines, which was formed back in 1932. Set up by Tatas, the carrier was made a public company and was rechristened as Air India. Later, it was nationalised.

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Weekly Auto Wrap: New car launches in January | Aadhaar linking to driving licence

The month of January is lined up with a number of exciting car launches, including the highly-anticipated Tata Harrier and the new Maruti Suzuki Wagon R. All this and more in this week's news wrap.

Weekly Auto Wrap: Tata Harrier unveiled, Kia Motors launch in India, Car prices to increase

Tata Harrier, the most premium offering in Tata Motors's product lineup, has been unveiled and is slated to go on sale in January 2019. Kia Motors has made a big announcement. The likes of Toyota and Maruti Suzuki have announced a price hike.

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