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ratan

(ræˈtæn)
n
(Plants) a variant spelling of rattan
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Noun1.ratan - a switch made from the stems of the rattan palms
switch - a flexible implement used as an instrument of punishment
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Agartala, (Tripura) [India] Mar 16 ( ANI ): Pro-tem speaker Ratan Chakraborty administered the oath of office and secrecy to the newly-elected members of Tripura Legislative assembly in Agartala on Thursday.
The parrot escapes and ends up as a pet of Raval [Raja] Ratan Sen.
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laid to waste Ratan, where boat is surrounded by rubbish
The government is currently evaluating these charges and will soon come out with suitable policy suggestions," said Niti Aayog principal adviser ( social sector) Ratan P Watal.
Mistry, the first non-family member to hold the highest post, had been chosen by Ratan himself.
Mistry has already levelled a series of allegations - fraudulent transactions, unethical practices and conflict of interest - against the Tata Group and his predecessor Ratan Tata.
The boardroom coup sent shares in some Tata listed companies lower, though the reinstatement of the widely respected Ratan Tata as interim chairman likely helped ease investor concerns.
In such a scenario, what moved the Board to replace Cyrus Mistry with 78-year old Ratan Tata?
BRITAIN is not offering enough incentives to encourage Jaguar Land Rover to invest further in a UK factory, says Indian industrial supremo Ratan Tata.
Or, as Ratan Tata, one of the world's most influential business figures said at the University of Warwick this week: "I had looked at the UK as being a wonderful country with a very strong service economy.
Ratan Tata will join hundreds of senior executives at this year's GIL 2014: India program, and receive the firm's 2014 GIL Award entering into the GIL Community's Hall of Fame joining an elite roster of Visionaries, Innovators and Leaders including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Sir Richard Branson, Mitchell Baker, Jack Andraka, Marc Benioff, Steve Woods, and Judy Estrin, among others.