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TESLA Electric cars soon in India

By K T Jagannathan, Vijaya Durga, Dr K Narayanan TESLA COMES TO Bengaluru with new name for its Indian subsidiary,  Tesla India Motors and Energy. The company will set up a R&D unit and a manufacturing plant for its electric vehicles in the country. Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Union Minister

Padma Awards 2021

Padma awards 2021 By K T Jagannathan, Vijaya Durga, Dr K Narayanan 7 Padma Vibhushan, 10 Padma Bhushan and 102 Padma Shri awards were announced. Tamil Nadu bagged 11: 1 Padma Vibhushan (Singer SPB posthumous) and 10 Padma Shri. The state is unique in receiving 2 Padma Shri out of the total

TCS again at the top

Author: KT Jagannathan, Vijaya Durga, Dr K Narayanan The year 2021 has started with a bang for Tata Consultancy Services Ltd (TCS). On 25 January 2021, in the international circuit, TCS became the world’s most-valued information technology company surpassing Accenture: TCS had market capitalisation of $169.25 billion as against Accenture which stood at $168.68 billion.  In the

TATA Group to invest in Digital,High Electronics

Author: K T Jagannathan, Vijaya Durga, Dr K Narayanan On the Pongal Day (14 Jan), Tata Group Chairman N Chandrasekaran announced: “Tata Group plans to invest in digital, high-end electronics and healthcare in a post-pandemic world.” He also said “anything that is digital, we’re making a big bet on.” Tata Group

LVB rejects reappointment of CEO

Lakshmi Vilas Bank Crisis - shareholders vote against reappointment of seven directors LVB HAS BEEN placed under prompt corrective action (PCA) by the RBI. As it was struggling to get out of PCA, it drew an unparalleled ire from the shareholder community. They threw out resolutions relating to the appointment of

Equitas Small Finance Bank IPO News

NO SMALL JOURNEY FOR EQUITAS SMALL FINANCE BANK FROM A MICRO-FINANCE firm to a bank, it has been quite a journey for Equitas. So much has changed in 23 summers since P N Vasudevan set out to float his own enterprise way back in 2007. Today, this has become a significant

Grinntech signing MoU with Tamil Nadu government

WITH A GRINN (TECH),  THEY MOVE FORWARD THESE ARE WELL-KNOWN faces in this  part  of the country. Dr V Sumantran, an auto industry veteran and Lakshmi Narayanan, former vice-chairman of Cognizant, are on the board  of this nascent venture, Grinntech. An investor-backed start-up, this one specialises in lithium- ion batteries for

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