In his tweet, Mahindra said, “Mr Tata’s comment is extraordinarily humble and generous”.
Steel tycoon Mittal, however, clarified that he is not critical of India but the slow decision making process in the country which he said is hurting sentiment.
After Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata, Wipro chairman Azim Premji came out in defence of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday.
N R Narayana Murthy has called on the country’s politicians to come together and put the country first.
Kumar Mangalam Birla has said the Aditya Birla group would also prove to be the 'first man forward'.
Mittal made these comments at a time when global rating agencies have downgraded India’s outlook.
Cancellation of coal block allocations may not be the right step to take as it might impact business sentiment, particularly in the power sector, CII President Adi Godrej said on Tuesday.
As the Presidential race in the US nears D-Day, an anti-Obama documentary made by an Indian-American has suddenly become a surprise box office hit and a must watch for Republican delegates trooping to storm-drenched Tampa.
Warren Buffett is celebrating his 82nd birthday by giving each of his three children a big present: about $600 million worth of his company's stock for their charitable foundations.
When the former academician took over the task that eventually translates to setting global policy on February 1, 2006, he perhaps would not have anticipated that the onus of steering a tremulous world economy would be on him.
Infosys' head of financial services (consulting) in the US, Shaji Farooq, has quit and joined rival firm Wipro. When contacted, an Infosys spokesperson said the company does not comment on individual movements.
Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram has undergone a successful 'hernia repair laparoscopic procedure' and is recovering well, a hospital bulletin said in Chennai today.