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Tata Review - May 2008
 
Tata Review, a quarterly magazine that has been in print for the past 54 years, reaches out to a premium audience of corporate leaders, government officials and opinion makers. It seeks to establish the Tata group's thought leadership by featuring the views of the top management on issues of contemporary significance and articulating the group's vision of the future.

 
Contents
From the editor
Cover story
 
  "Competing globally? It’s a work in progress"
  Milestones - Significant events at Tata Motors in the past decade
   
20:20 Vision
  Sunil Sinha: Time to get creative
   
MD speak
  Indian Hotels: Gateway to luxury
Sujata Agrawal
  Tata Asset Management: Where money flows and grows
Arvind Shridhar
  Tata Chemicals: Green light for growth
Sujata Agrawal
  Tata Consultancy Services: The year of living decisively
Interview with S Ramadorai
  Tata Power: Time to shine
  Tata Steel: New challenges, new opportunities
Interview with B Muthuraman
  Tata Teleservices: A brand new outlook
Interview with Anil K Sardana
  Titan Industries: Golden opportunities
Interview with Bhaskar Bhat
   
Special section: Under the spreading retail tree
  Croma
  Landmark
  Star Bazaar
  Tanishq
  Titan
  Westside
  Mr Bean Coffee Junction
  Chai Unchai
   
Business
  Tata Capital: Capital outlook
Arvind Shridhar
  Voltas: The red, the black and the blue
Gayatri Kamath
  The Quilon: Journey to a star
Sujata Agrawal
   
People
  Masahiko Kaji: The high life
Philip Chacko
  Govind and Abanti Sankaranarayanan: TAS for two
Shubha Madhukar
  Sabaleel Nandy: Journey through life
Sujata Agrawal
   
Photo feature
  TCS House
   
Community
  Voltas: A shoulder to lean on
Jai Wadia
  Bapu Trust: Where the mind is without fear
Meera Ashar
   
Perspective
  More than just water
Pradeep Poddar
   
Strategy
  Planning the retail strategy
Pankaj Gupta and Roopa Tarkhad
   
Book review
  Striking out for deeper waters
Rajiv Singh