Free Press Journal
  • Cyrus, supporter Wadia to be sacked from other TATA firms

    Mumbai : In intensification of the boardroom feud in the Tata Group, patriarch Ratan Tata-led holding firm on Friday sought removal of ousted Chairman Cyrus Mistry and his new-found supporter Nusli N Wadia from three prime listed entities, including Tata Motors and Tata Steel.

  • Independent directors must clear air on Cyrus Mistry: Advisory firm

    New Delhi : Independent directors of Tata Group companies where Cyrus Mistry is still the chairman should provide a comprehensive guidance to shareholders on whether he should continue in that position at respective firms, says proxy advisory firm IiAS, reports PTI.

  • Bombay House’s security, media scuffle injures photo-journalist

    Mumbai: A scuffle broke out between security personnel at Bombay House and photographers trying to click pictures of ousted Tata Sons Chairman Cyrus Mistry, injuring one of them, ahead of the board meeting of Tata group firm Indian Hotels Company Ltd here today.

  • Tata Motors inks pact with Indonesian entity for defence

    Tata Motors has inked a pact with Indonesia’s state-owned enterprise PT Pindad to explore market potential of Tata-armoured vehicles in Indonesia and other agreed regions of Asean, reports PTI.

  • Maruti, Hyundai display robust car sales in Oct

    Mumbai : Riding on peak festive season purchases, domestic car sales moved to top gear in October led by market leader Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai and Tata Motors, which posted strong numbers, reports PTI. Similarly, Nissan Motor India and Volkswagen also reported robust sales during the month but Toyota saw a decline of 6 per cent.

  • Sebi delves into Tata-Mistry saga

    New Delhi : Markets regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi)  is looking into the high profile Tata-Mistry case for any possible breach of corporate governance norms and listing regulations at various listed companies of the over USD 100 billion conglomerate. Besides, stock exchanges, late this evening, sought clarification from many of the group’s listed companies on the purported disclosure by ousted chairman Cyrus Mistry for Rs 1.18 lakh crore possible write

  • Tata Motors increases prices by upto Rs 12k

    Following other carmakers in India, domestic carmaker Tata Motors recently hiked the prices across its range of products by up to Rs 12,000 in order to offset rising input costs.

  • Jaguar F-Pace prices announced; to be launched on October 20

    Things have been looking rosy for the British carmaker Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) India ever since the takeover by Tata Motors. And the transition can now be witnessed in the form of the company’s first performance SUV – the Jaguar F-Pace – the prices of which were announced ahead of its October 20 launch, on Thursday.

  • Uber plans expansion in India with 2 lakh cabs

    The two Indian auto giants, Maruti Suzuki and Tata Motors are on the verge of cashing in on a tremendous sales opportunity, all thanks to the San Francisco based taxi-hailing company Uber Technologies. As a part of a ‘major’ India expansion plan, Uber is planning to purchase as many as two lakh passenger cars over the next two years to be used as cabs for multiplying its operations in India as per a report

  • Tatas had sought land at Kharagpur, not Singur, for Nano, says minister

    Kolkata : Senior West Bengal Minister Partha Chattopadhay on Sunday claimed the Tata Motors had sought land for the Nano car project in Kharagpur, but it was the then Left Front government which had allotted land in Singur for the plant in 2006.

  • Bengal government starts dismantling Nano factory sheds

    Singur (West Bengal): In the process of returning land taken from peasants for the Tata Motors Nano project at Singur in West Bengal’s Hooghly district, the state government on Monday started the work for dismantling of the factory sheds, a official said on Monday.

  • Hi-tech Harman Kardon Audio systems On The Upcoming Maruti Ignis?

    Steering clear in the direction of enhanced luxury in its portfolio, country’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India Limited will reportedly equip its products with premium infotainment systems from Harman Kardon. The first car to toe the line could be the upcoming compact crossover Ignis, expected to be launched later this year.

  • Tata Motors focuses on cargo vehicles

    Chandigarh :  Tata Motors on Friday said it is focusing on cargo vehicles, including tippers, even as the medium and heavy commercial segment grew by just 3 per cent in April-August.

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    Mamata hands over farmers’ land deeds

    Kolkata : To honour her promise to return land to the farmers of Singur, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday handed over cheques as compensation to 806 farmers and distributed land deeds to 9,117 farmers following directives of the Supreme Court.

  • Jaguar Land Rover Reveals New Ingenium Petrol Engine

    Back in 2008, home-grown automobile giant Tata Motors acquired Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) from Ford Motor Company. Along came the technical prowess that was developed by JLR under the Ford reign, including the engines. The British automaker has now revealed details of its newly engineered turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine and an automatic transmission for its future line of products.

  • Singur farmers celebrate after stunning SC verdict

    Singur (West Bengal) : People smeared green gulal on each other, raised deafening slogans eulogising West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and took out victory rallies as euphoria swept this rural hamlet of Hooghly district on Wednesday after the Supreme Court verdict quashing the land acquisition for the Tata Motors’ Nano project.

  • Tata Motors lines up new vehicles, to phase out legacy products

    New Delhi : Tata Motors is lining up new offerings across segments and is looking at phasing out “legacy products” as well as some suppliers as it aims to be amongst the country’s top three passenger vehicle makers in three years.