Notwithstanding the turmoil in Karnataka over the iron ore issue, Tata Steel will move forward with its proposed investment in the State which it is jointly implementing with Tata Metaliks, a subsidiary.

BHUBANESWAR: Tata Steel on Saturday exuded confidence that Phase-I of 3 to 3.5 mtpa capacity steel project at Kalinga Nagar in Jajpur district will be commissioned by early 2014.

The bright green blocks that cover part of a large hanger-like building on Tata Steel's Shotton site in Wales certainly make the building stand out, even on the vast acreage.

However, the panels, as we soon learnt, aren't simply there to catch the eye but are at the heart of a new project the firm is embarking on, in partnership with the Welsh Assembly Government, and the UK's Low Carbon Resear

Through a case study on the Tata Iron and Steel Company, this article aims to clarify how a large-scale Indian industrial enterprise developed its business strategy in order to expand suitable sales networks in the 1920s, when the consumption pattern of steel changed drastically.

A public-private partnership, it delivers water and power services to eight states. From maintaining the water system of Mysore to distributing electricity in Jamshedpur, JUSCO (Established 2004) has won the National Urban Water Award for 2009.

Aug. 27: Tata Steel is planning to acquire iron ore and coal mines in Africa, Brazil and Canada, which could contribute 50 per cent captive raw material by 2015.

Jamshedpur, Aug. 4: Tata Steel managing director B. Muthuraman lauded geologists and mining engineers working with the firm for their efforts to make the company a prominent player in the global minerals market.

Olive Ridley turtles missed their annual nesting trip to the Orissa coast last year. Conservation groups blamed the upcoming port at Dhamra. The turtles are back this year, and port proponents Tata and L&T claim vindication. They overlook the violations that have allowed the port at Dhamra in the first place On March 23, 2009, environmental group Green-peace International issu-ed a full-page

Mindless industrialization threatens tribals and biodiversity. Therein lies a possible collaboration conservation groups and promoters of the Dhamra port in Orissa are at loggerheads. While conservationists say the port will adversely affect Gahirmatha, which has the world

Nevin John / Mumbai May 02, 2009, 0:13 IST

The global slump in steel prices and demand has prompted Tata Steel to consider restructuring the continental European operations of Corus, the Anglo-Dutch steel major it acquired in 2007 for $12 billion.