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tatas

n. the female breasts. (Often bodacious tatas.) Hairball, girlfriend! You’ll never get those tatas into that swimmer!
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JRD Tata had started Tata Airlines in 1932, which was in 1946 renamed as Air India and was subsequently nationalised in 1953.
THE Foreign Investment promotion Board ( FIPB) on Thursday gave approval to Singapore Airlines' ( SIA) proposal to start an airline with Tata Sons after the two assured the government that control of their proposed venture would always remain in Indian hands.
There was no event scheduled to mark the transition, which will see Cyrus Mistry -- a relative through marriage of Ratan Tata -- become the new supremo.
A tight-lipped Mistry brushed his way past a gaggle of reporters as he arrived at the stone four-storeyed Bombay House, the Tata headquarters in South Mumbai since 1924.
Tata, who will retire in December, said that he was currently engaged in acquainting Mistry with his responsibilities.
Mistry have a smooth transition to take over from me when I step away in December," said Tata.
Brotin Banerjee, 36, MD, Tata Housing Development Co.
This the Panel holds to be the case with the TM TATA and its corresponding service mark.
Greenberg commented, "We are very pleased that the Indian regulatory authorities have granted this license to the Tata AIG general insurance joint venture, marking AIG's return to India after an absence of 30 years.
According to documents available with Business Today , in an extraordinary general meeting ( EGM) held recently, the Tata Sons Board changed the composition and structure of any future selection committee that will appoint a chairman of Tata Sons.
RATAN Tata's successor Cyrus Mistry is riding a generational transformation in the ` 4,00,000- crore Tata Group.
His 83- year- old father Shapoorji Pallonji Mistry, the single- largest shareholder of Tata Sons with 18 per cent and chairman of the ` 12,500- crore Shapoorji Pallonji Group, was known as the ' Phantom of Bombay House' ( Tata Group headquarters on Homi Modi Street, Mumbai) because he was never seen there.
We would, therefore, not be responding to any further statements from Rajeev Chandrasekhar, as we find the debate created by him to be futile," Tata Teleservices of the Tata Group said.
The JN Tata Endowment Scheme for higher education that Jamsetji Tata established in 1892 provided an impetus to Indian students of moderate means to study abroad.
Ratan Tata, chairman, Tata Sons, has confirmed that the hunt for his successor was on and his replacement in Bombay House, headquarters of the Tata Group, could well be an expatriate.