• User Name
  • Password
  • Remember Me
27 Oct 2016, 18:10 HRS IST
Sensex gains 79.39 points to close at 27,915.90; Nifty ends flat at 8,615.2Cabinet gives in-principle approval to Niti Aayog's proposal for PSU strategic saleAnother Jodhpur-based person identified as Shoaib will be arrested soon for his involvement in espionage ring: policeThe Pak mission staffer had forged Aadhaar card: policeAll 3 were involved in espionage for over one-and-half years; shared information with Pak intelligence agencies: policeCabinet approves 2 per cent DA for Central government employees, says an officialOne Pak Ranger killed and another injured in retaliatory fire along IB in RS Pura and Arnia sectors in Jammu: BSFCCEA clears Rs 500-cr Special Prime Minister Horticulture Package to Jammu and KashmirKashmir a matter for India, Pak to sort out: British PMPak shells BOPs, hamlets along IB in Jammu, six injuredRupee adds to losses, falls 10 paise to 66.93BSF jawan dies after suffering splinter injuries in ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Abdullian area in Jammu and KashmirSensex falls 104 pts on F&O expiry, Asian cues
  • PTI
  • The Big Story
    • previous
    • next
Tata group also rubbished Mistry''s claims that he was made a ''lame duck'' Chairman. PTI File Photo
Tata group also rubbished Mistry''s claims that he was made a ''lame duck'' Chairman. PTI File Photo
  • Mistry fully empowered to lead, lost confidence of Board:Tatas
  • 17:59 HRS IST
  • Mumbai: Hitting out at Cyrus Mistry for making 'unsubstantiated claims and malicious allegations', Tata Sons today said the former chairman was fully empowered to lead the group and its companies but had "overwhelmingly" lost the confidence of board members. With the contents of Mistry's letter, which he wrote to its Board members after being sacked, becoming public, Tata Sons regretted that "a communication marked confidential to Tata Sons board members has been made public in an unseemly and undignified manner".
Health & Science
  • Health & Science
  • Eating dark chocolates may boost heart health
  • Features
  • The Indian school in Lagos: Helping strengthen bonds
  • Bookworm
  • Asam Sahitya Sabha prez talks of militancy in 1st English work