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Pratip Kar: Breaking a butterfly on the wheel?

Tata Group has a culture predicated on loyalty, dignity, societal responsibilities and public service

Pratip Kar 

Pratip Kar The subject of corporate governance is imbued with extraordinary qualities, one of which is its phenomenal flexibility. It allows anybody to facetiously say a thing or two about the subject and get away. We, the consumers of the media, are thus now witnessing utterly confounded, a display of extravagant jeu d’espirit in so many people, all honourable with honourable intentions, uncovering a complete breakdown of corporate governance in the 149-year-old Tata Group. This is like saying:   “But yesterday the word of Caesar might/Have stood against the world. Now lies he ...

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Tata Group has a culture predicated on loyalty, dignity, societal responsibilities and public service

Tata Group has a culture predicated on loyalty, dignity, societal responsibilities and public service The subject of corporate governance is imbued with extraordinary qualities, one of which is its phenomenal flexibility. It allows anybody to facetiously say a thing or two about the subject and get away. We, the consumers of the media, are thus now witnessing utterly confounded, a display of extravagant jeu d’espirit in so many people, all honourable with honourable intentions, uncovering a complete breakdown of corporate governance in the 149-year-old Tata Group. This is like saying:   “But yesterday the word of Caesar might/Have stood against the world. Now lies he ... image
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Pratip Kar: Breaking a butterfly on the wheel?

Tata Group has a culture predicated on loyalty, dignity, societal responsibilities and public service

The subject of corporate governance is imbued with extraordinary qualities, one of which is its phenomenal flexibility. It allows anybody to facetiously say a thing or two about the subject and get away. We, the consumers of the media, are thus now witnessing utterly confounded, a display of extravagant jeu d’espirit in so many people, all honourable with honourable intentions, uncovering a complete breakdown of corporate governance in the 149-year-old Tata Group. This is like saying:   “But yesterday the word of Caesar might/Have stood against the world. Now lies he ...

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