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1 January 1974

PALKHIVALA: statement by Nani Palkhivala, senior executive and board member at Tata Group (India)

Author: Nani Palkhivala, senior executive and board member at Tata Group

[extract from "The humanistic face of capitalism", speech by Nani Palkhivala to the Indian Merchants Chamber, Bombay] [Nani Palkhivala was senior executive and board member at Tata Group, Professor of Law, Senior Advocate of the Supreme Court of India...

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1 January 1996

Tata Iron and Steel Rural Development Society in India

Author: Jane Nelson/Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum [now International Business Leaders Forum], in collaboration with The World Bank and The UN Development Programme

in "Business as partners in development: Creating wealth for countries, companies and communities"

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1 January 1996

Tata Iron and Steel Rural Development Society in India

Author: Jane Nelson/Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum [now International Business Leaders Forum], in collaboration with The World Bank and The UN Development Programme

extract from "Business as partners in development: Creating wealth for countries, companies and communities"

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10 April 2003

Indian industrial empire redefines bottom line: Michael Smith reports on Tata's army of worker-volunteers, who produce social capital as well as profits [India]

Author: Michael Smith, Guardian [UK]

The Tata group, one of India's largest private sector conglomerates (involving about 80 companies), is renowned worldwide for its commitment to social welfare...Housing for employees, company-run hospitals and schools, and rural development projects...

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12 June 2003

Serious Business - Companies Team Up To Combat AIDS

Author: Roxanne Roberts, Washington Post

the Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS 2003 awards dinner - "We're not here to congratulate ourselves but to say business has only scratched the surface of its responsibilities," said Holbrooke, who serves as GBC president...Two companies were...

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14 June 2003

Fights against AIDS: Tatas get thumbs up

Author: Chidanand Rajghatta, Times of India

A global business coalition backed by some of the world's most powerful movers and shakers recognised India's flagship enterprise Tata Iron and Steel with an award for community-based awareness programmes on AIDS...Activists hope that Wednesday's...

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25 July 2003

86 Indian firms ink global compact: ILO

Author: Press Trust of India, in The Hindu

More than 86 Indian companies have subscribed to the United Nations Global Compact, declared in 1999, the ILO said urging business leaders to help build social and environmental pillars required to sustain global economy...Prominent India companies...

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1 August 2003

'Our life is about shaking people up': Sunita Narain [India]

Author: Rashme Arora, InfoChange

The director of the Delhi-based Centre for Science and Environment, which has shaken Indian consumers with its findings that 12 soft drink brands marketed by Coke and Pepsi have pesticide content 30 times higher than acceptable limits, lashes out at...

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26 August 2003

Tata Steel: Social Commitment

Author: Tata Steel (India)

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1 September 2003

India: Case study - Computer Based Functional Literacy programme, developed by Tata Consultancy Services

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