Friday, 17 February 2017

Government plans to auction 30 mines in Jharkhand: Minister

Ahead of taking charge as the Executive Chairman of Tata Sons from next Tuesday, Natarajan Chandrasekaran on Thursday said he is hopeful to make an impact and a difference. "Well frankly I think it's a very big job but the canvas is large. And a lot of exciting things to do and there are challenges and opportunities. I'm looking forward to it and I hope I can make an impact, make a difference.

On January 12, Chandrasekaran, 53, was appointed as the Executive Chairman elect of Tata Sons the first non Parsi to head the $103-billion global empire with a 148-year history.

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