These days are very lonely, says Ratan Tata
Tata said he was deeply touched by the warmth and the support of the shareholders
The Tata Chemicals extraordinary general meeting (EGM) on Friday was following the familiar script played out at other group companies’ EGMs earlier this week until Tata Sons Interim Chairman Ratan Tata chose to speak for the first time two months after Cyrus Mistry’s ouster on October 24. “Over the last two months, there has been a definite move to damage my personal reputation and the reputation of this great group — the Tata group.
And these days are very lonely because the newspapers are full of attacks, most of them unsubstantiated but nevertheless very ...
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First Published: Fri, December 23 2016. 22:53 IST