Gynaecologist Anahita Pandole (55), who was driving the car, and her husband Darius Pandole (60), who was sitting in the front seat, survived with injuries.
Tag: Cyrus Mistry
Well-known industrialist and former Tata Sons chairman Mistry died in a road accident near Mumbai on Sunday evening.
The bodies of Mistry and Jahangir Pandole have already been sent to the state-run J J Hospital in Mumbai for postmortem.
Former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry was killed in a road accident near Mumbai on Sunday.According to Palghar Police, Mistry was travelling from Ahmedabad to Mumbai when his car hit the divider.
Gandhi said he was saddened by the news of Mistry’s death in a road accident and offered his heartfelt condolences to his family and friends.
The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) on Monday dismissed a petition filed by Cyrus Mistry challenging his dismissal as chairman of Tata Sons. “We have not found any merit in the petition,” the law tribunal said. “The management is more accountable to shareholders,” it said while ruling in favour of[Read More…]
Tata Sons send legal notice to Cyrus Mistry on Tuesday claiming he had passed confidential and sensitive information to his family controlled firms for use in a petition against theflagship holding company of the group. “As part of the petition, without there being any requirement to do so, the petitioners[Read More…]
An opposition TMC legislator ran away with the Speaker’s mace to draw his attention. On the last day of the winter session on Monday, Congress MLA Sudip Roy Barman and other members of the opposition raised the issues of an alleged sex scandal involving state forest minister Naresh Jamatia as[Read More…]
Ousted Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry on Monday announced his resignation from all listed Tata companies, according to a Times Now report. In a statement, Cyrus Mistry has said that he will take legal route against the Tatas. “My efforts were aimed at reforming the system, which may well be[Read More…]
Former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry on Sunday accused Vijay Singh, Tata Sons nominee director, of playing a key role in the AgustaWestland VVIP Choppers scam. Mistry’s office said, “As defence secretary, Singh was a key official involved in award of Rs 3600 crore VVIP helicopter contract to AugustaWestland in[Read More…]
Tata Sons on Sunday alleged that its former chairman Cyrus Mistry misled the selection committee setup in 2001 for selecting a chairman to succeed Ratan Tata. “Cyrus Mistry misled the Selection Committee set up in 2011 for selecting a Chairman of Tata Sons to succeed Mr. Ratan Tata, by making[Read More…]
The Cyrus Mistry and Ratan Tata war broke out almost a month back and the bitterness for each other has only increased with each passing day as both the camps indulge in allegations and counter allegations. According to this article in The Economist, Ratan Tata needs to get his act[Read More…]
Refuting all of Cyrus Mistry’s accusations, Tata Sons today said that they did not expected such devious moves by him. In a statement on Thursday, Tata Sons , accused Cyrus Mistry for the poor performance of the Tata group entities, declining dividends and misusing public relations to manipulate the media.[Read More…]
On October 24, when Tata Group Chairman left to attend the board meeting, little did he know that he was going to face what could possibly be the toughest day of his life. What he thought was a normal meeting had a hidden agenda that he was unaware of. In[Read More…]
BJP Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy has said that Ratan Tata is the most corrupt chairman in the history of the Tata group. Swamy said that Tata is doing injustice with Cyrus Mistry. He said Tata has been involved in various scams like the 2G scam, Air Asia scam, the[Read More…]
Ratan Tata on Tuesday said that Cyrus Mistry’s removal was “absolutely necessary” for the future success of the Tata Group. In a letter written to employees Tata said, “The decision to change the leadership of Tata Sons was a well-considered and serious one for its board members. This difficult decision,[Read More…]
The sudden ouster of Cyrus Mistry was sure to leave a few casualties, and one of the first to fall seems to be Tata Group’s chief of human resources (CHRO), N S Rajan. Sources told Economic Times that Rajan was handpicked by Mistry to be part of the Group Executive[Read More…]
Tata Sons hit back at allegations made by the ousted chairman Cyrus Mistry, saying it is not based on facts and it will release documents at “proper forums” to prove Mistry’s allegation are baseless. “It is a matter of deep regret that a communication marked confidential to Tata Sons board[Read More…]
A day after the Tata Sons board dismissed Cyrus Mistry as chairman, he hit back with a vengeance at the board in general and his predecessor and interim replacement Ratan Tata in particular. In the letter, Mistry clearly detailed the failed strategies, questionable transactions and authoritarianism inside India’s largest conglomerate.[Read More…]
Cyrus Mistry has written to Tata board members on his abrupt removal as the Chairman of the Tata Group on Monday saying that he is “shocked” by how he was ousted and that the “board has not covered itself with glory” and he was not given “a chance to defend myself.” Mistry[Read More…]
A day after Cyrus Mistry was removed as Chairman of Tata Sons, Ratan Tata on Tuesday asked leaders of group companies to focus on their businesses and not be concerned about the sudden exit. “My appointment is for short-term and the new leadership will be in place soon. I have[Read More…]
After Monday’s abrupt removal of Cyrus Mistry as the chairman of Tata Sons, rumours have been afloat about the reason behind the removal. The Economic Times now claims to have unearthed the reason – On August 26, the Tata Sons board was expanded by inducting Piramal Enterprises Chairman Ajay Piramal[Read More…]
Reports had streamed in of the Mistry family being miffed with the Tata Group after Cyrus Mistry was unceremoniously sacked as the chairman of Tata Sons. It was reported that the Mistry-owned Shapoorji Pallonji group would probably take the Tata’s to court. Taking prior cognizance, the Tatas have filed caveats[Read More…]