RATAN TATA- Man Of Courage.

Ratan Naval Tata, is an Indian businessman, investor, philanthropist and an interim chairman of the tata sons. He was born on 28 December 1937. He is the chairman of the Tata group, a Mumbai-based global business union from 1991 till and again from 24 October 2016 for an interim term. He continuous to be the head of its charitable trusts.He has also received two of the highest awards for an Indian citizen – Padma Vibhushan(2008) and Padma Bhushan(2000).

He is also an alumnus of the prestigious Cathedral and John Connon School, Bishop Cotton School(Shimla), Cornell University and The Harvard Business School.



  1. He doesn’t feel special or rich. He still travels in economy class.
  2. He owns a license for aviation.
  3. He rejected an excellent job offer from IBM and decided to work in India.
  4. He started working on the lower rungs and gradually climbed up the ladder until he became the chairman of Tata group in 1991.
  5. He took Tata automobiles to the global arena.(Yes Jaguar and Landrover).
  6. He has received innumerable awards from various global institutions.
  7. Ratan Tata is an extreme patriot.
  8. He owns a license for aviation.


  1. 24% of the internet traffic goes through Tata Cables!!.
  2. Large ships specifically build for this purpose are used to lay the underwater cables.
  3. TATA declined a huge project in an African country just because its effluents would pollute a lake which will threaten their endangered species.
  4. Tata brought up the British company Tetley Tea for 407 million dollars and then next to his Jaguar and Land Rover in 2008 after the GFC for 2.3 billion dollars.
  5. TATA is in every goddamn business. But you will never see them in Alcohol business, cigarette business and Entertainment business. Never.
  6. Sources say that Tata Sons have named Natarajan Chandrasekaran as their new chairman on Thursday(12 Jan).




Person Of the Day


11th January 2017

The Person of the day is Pope Francis. He is regarded as a very down to earth person.

Pope Francis is the 266th and current Pope of the Roman Catholic Church, a title he holds ex officio as Bishop of Rome, and sovereign of Vatican City.

Throughout his public life, Pope Francis has been noted for his humility, emphasis on God’s mercy, concern for the poor, and commitment to interfaith dialogue. He is credited with having a less formal approach to the papacy than his predecessors.


  1. He was born as Jorge Mario Bergoglio
  2. He only has one lung. His other lung was removed due to infection when he was a teenager.
  3. He’s the first Jesuit pope.
  4. He’s the first pope from South America.
  5. Bergoglio is known for his personal simplicity. In Argentina he lived in a simple apartment rather than the archbishop’s palace, cooked his own meals, and gave up his chauffeured limousine in favour of taking the bus to work.
  6. Bergoglio was born in Buenos Aires in 1936. His father was an Italian immigrant.


Bergoglio graduated from a technical school as a chemical technician before beginning training at the Diocesan Seminary of Villa Devoto. In March 1958, he entered the novitiate of the Society of Jesus.

Bergoglio taught literature and psychology at Immaculate Conception College in Santa Fé in 1964 and 1965, and also taught the same subjects at the Colegio del Salvatore in Buenos Aires in 1966. He studied theology and received a degree from the Colegio of San José from 1967 to 1970, and finished his doctoral thesis in theology in Freiburg, Germany in 1986.



Republican Donald Trump, stated in a recent interview that the pope is a politician and maybe even a pawn, a tool for the Mexican government for  immigration policy. He said that if elected, he wants to build a wall more than 1,550 miles long along the border. He wants to deport 11 million illegal immigrants, separating families, etc.


“Well, thank God that he said, ‘I am a political person,’ because Aristotle defined the human being as a ‘political animal:’ so at least, I am human! And that ‘I am a pawn…’ well, perhaps, I don’t know… I’ll leave that to your judgment and that of the people… However, a person who only thinks about building walls, wherever they may be, and does not focus on building bridges is not a Christian. This is not the Gospel. In regards to voting and not voting, I will not get involved. I’m just saying that a man that is saying this is not a Christian if he has really said all of these things. Until then, I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt.”