Santosh Singh

Tata Motors: The Name You Know, The Struggle You Don’t

Tata Motors was founded on September 1, 1945, by Sir J.R.D Tata, as a locomotive manufacturer. The company nowadays produces passenger cars, trucks, vans, coaches, buses, luxury cars, sports cars and military vehicles. It was formerly known as Tata Engineering and Locomotive Company (TELCO). Some days ago the Company completed 75 years of its journey …

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Jamshedpur’s Story Behind No Municipal Corporation

We would take on the state administration and the judiciary by the horns to prevent Jamshedpur from being overrun by elected representatives Late Russi Mody, chairman and managing director of Tisco Jamshedpur, popularly known as Pittsburgh of India, belongs to one of the few cities where no municipal corporations exist. The Supreme Court of India …

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Journey of Jamshedpur from Steel City to Smart City

Jamshedpur, one of the country’s earliest industrial townships, while not on the official list of smart cities,  is gearing up to be one in all earnest. Almost hundred years ago, on January 2, 1919, in a speech delivered from the Director’s bungalow in Sakchi, the Governor-General and Viceroy of India, Lord Chelmsford, remarked upon the …

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Lady Meherbai Tata: The Pillar of Modern Feminism in India

Meherbai Tata was a social worker and philanthropist. Her father was the educationist H.J. Bhaba, who had personally supervised his daughter’s education. She was beautiful and accomplished, and had a love for English literature and playing the piano. She married Sir Dorabji Tata, eldest son of Sir Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata and elder brother of J.R.D. …

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No More Restrictions or Lockdowns, Shed Covid Fatigue

INCREASE SUPPLIES, AND ESCALATE VACCINATION PROCESS A constant try in the same pattern to avoid something inevitable is futile. Governments who are imposing lockdown or restrictions must understand that lockdown which was a solution in the initial days of the pandemic is futile amid the second wave. Containing the virus now calls for not lockdowns …

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