New Delhi, 6 May-2014, Sandipan Sharma: Tata Group executive emeritus Ratan Tata was on Monday regarded with Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire (GBE), one of the most astounding citizen grants of Britain.
British High Commissioner, James Bevan presented the honor on Ratan Tata for the benefit of Queen Elizabeth II at a function. Mr Tata is the main Indian national to be granted the GBE since India turned into a republic in 1950.
Tata has been regarded “in distinguishment of his administrations to UK/India relations, internal financing to the UK and altruism,” as per an articulation discharged by the British High Commission.
“Ratan Tata’s initiative, vision and trustworthiness will remain the highest level for eras of inspirational British and Indian agents,” said Bevan. “His commitment to the profound ties that exist between the UK and India has been precious,” Bevan included. In 2009, Mr Tata was likewise presented the privileged recompense of Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE).
Mr Tata is a part of the UK-India CEO Forum and the British Prime Minister’s Business Advisory Group. The Tatas are presently the biggest assembling boss in the United Kingdom, assembling everything from humble salt and tea to high-esteem Jaguar and Land Rover autos.