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In the first world war, the Tatanagars, the armoured vehicles manufactured by Tata Steel rolled across the deserts of North Africa to support the fight for freedom. The group continues to stand by the nation's armed forces today and will continue to do so in the future.

UAVs for the Nation

UAVs for the Nation

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) by Tata Aerospace & Defence are in the service of the nation - be it military missions, rescue operations, or disaster relief. Arrow

Tata On The Frontline

After decades of supporting the creation of a credible ‘Made in India’ backbone for the Indian armed forces, the Tata group is in the process of consolidating its businesses across aerospace and defence sectors under one umbrella Arrow
JRD Tata: The Honorary Air Vice Marshal

Air Vice Marshal JRD

After the India-China War of 1962, India formed a committee to come up with a 10-year road map on India’s preparedness, need for military aircraft, radar, signaling equipment.​ The committee included the three service chiefs, the defence secretary - and JRD Tata Arrow

Engineering India's Space Dreams

One of Jamsetji Tata's biggest dreams for India, IISc has long contributed to India's space aspirations, beginning with the work done by the father of India's space programme, Vikram Sarabhai. Arrow
The Defence Journey

The Defence Journey

The Tata group has been in the defence business since the Great War Arrow

TIFR: The Cradle of India's Nuclear Programme

The year 2020 marked the 75th anniversary of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research. We look back in time to the birth of this formidable institution Arrow
Nerves of Steel

Nerves of Steel

It was the early 1900s, and no one believed an Indian company could produce steel. They hadn’t met the Tatas. Jamsetji Tata, his son Dorab, and his cousin RD Tata, defied sceptics and prohibitive colonial policies to build Asia’s first steel company Arrow