October 2018

'I want to simplify Tata group'

An exclusive interview of N Chandrasekaran, Chairman, Tata Sons, in THE WEEK

Natarajan Chandrasekaran has been at the helm of India’s largest business group for more than a year now. In an exclusive interview with THE WEEK, he speaks on a variety of topics — from the efforts of consolidation in the group and its history and heritage to his growing-up years in his village and his fitness regimen.

Read the interview here >>

 

This interview is part of THE WEEK's special issue on the Tata group's 150-year journey

How Tatas made an indelible stamp on India's education sector >>
The Tata Group was incidental in setting up several eminent research institutions

The Tatas: True connoisseurs of art >>
How the Tatas’ association with art helped shape India’s cultural landscape

The Tatas have kept their long history well documented >>
The Tata Central Archives was J.R.D. Tata’s idea, who was known for immaculate record-keeping

How Tata Group has been deeply committed to sports in India >>
Tata's association with Indian sports started in 1920

Soaring high >>
The Tata group is bullish about its future prospects

Tata brand continues to expand on the pillars of community and charity >>
Tata ensures the brand continues to expand on the pillars of community and charity

Tatas, and the fight against cancer >>
Cancer patients in east, northeast India no longer have to travel south for treatment

Tata Trusts: A role model for philanthropy >>
Tata Trusts carry forward the founder’s legacy of philanthropy

No dream is too big for TCS >>
No dream is too big for India’s biggest IT company

Taj Mahal Palace: History’s playground >>
The Taj Mahal Palace is unrivalled, both in its service and splendour

How Sakchi village became Jamshedpur >>
Jamshedpur stays true to the values of J.N. Tata, after whom the city is named

Tata Group history is also the history of Indian industry >>
The history of a behemoth that is also the history of Indian industry