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Praveer Sinha, MD & CEO Tata Power, said, 'We are committed to making India EV ready in line with the Government's ambition of providing green technology solutions and Tata Group's vision of reducing India's carbon footprint.
The parties shall jointly work towards fulfillment of the same, Tata Steel said.
Mistry was ousted from the board of Tata Sons after a four-year stint in October 2016.
On this initiative Superstar Suniel Shetty, stated, After launching Fitness & Acting Adda with Tata Sky, I really look forward to yet another association with Tata Sky for FTC Beauty Studio.
In April, Indian steelmaker Tata Steel's Tata Steel UK subsidiary agreed to sell its Long Products Europe business to investment firm Greybull Capital, the company said.
After Tata Steel, the highest cross-holding is by Tata Power: A 4.7 per cent stake in Tata Communications valued at Rs 988 crore.
With half a million employees and revenues of about $100 billion, Tata spans industries around the globe: electronics, IT, finance, energy, agriculture, cars, hotels and more.
He will also have to keep Ratan Tata and other members of the Tata Trusts, including R.
"Under Mistry, Tata Group have taken significant steps towards deleveraging and better utilization of capital," Citigroup said in a client note, adding his absence may impact the group's future strategy and delay the "process of deleveraging."
TCS removed Mistry as chairman after Tata Sons used its commanding 73.26 per cent stake to nominate a new head in Ishaat Hussain.
Exactly eight years since that press conference in Kolkata, someone seems to have "pulled the trigger" on Tata -- yet again!
In March, Tata in Mumbai announced it was putting up for sale its then loss-making Tata UK Steel business.