Tata Motors buys Jaguar and Land Rover from Ford

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Jaguar's new owners in profits vow

The Indian firm Tata - the new owner of Jaguar and Land Rover - has said Jaguar WILL return to profit. The previous owner Ford failed to bring the company out of the red, despite investing billions of pounds. For the first of a series of exclusive reports on Midlands Today, our Transport Correspondent Peter Plisner travelled to India to find out more about Tata

10 Brands that you always thought were Foreign but actually are Indian.

We have regularly been pulled in to an outside name. Being companions with expats is on the basin rundown of each Indian and the individuals who have a considerable measure of nonnative companions continue gloating about that factor a great deal. No big surprise, numerous Indian organizations have chosen to put that remote touch in the brands that they offer. So here are some Indian brands that you thought were outside number 1. Royal Enfield. Royal Enfield is the motorcycle company from Chennai in India and it is a subsidiary of Eicher Motors Ltd. which is also an Indian auto manufacturer and Royal Enfield have been manufacturing motorcycles since 1948. number 2. Louis Philippe. Louis Philippe name is inspired by French King ‘Louis Philippe’ and it is also a part of Madura Fashion & Lifestyle a division of Aditya Birla Nuvo Ltd. number 3. Allen Solly. Allen Solly describes their clothes as ‘Friday dressing’, or chic office wear. It is a subsidiary of the Aditya Birla Group and licensed under Madura Garments, so yeah, all those trousers, shirts and wallets are all made right here. number 4. Lakme. Lakme is a cosmetic brand and the name Lakme is taken from the French opera which is known as Lakmé and the company was started in 1952 by the Tata Group. number 5. Jaguar Cars. Contrary to what most people believe, Jaguar cars are actually owned by Indians. Despite the very British aura of the whole company, it is in fact owned by Indian conglomerate Tata. number 6. Van Heusen. Van Heusen is a premium lifestyle and fashion brand has a Dutch name, but that’s about all that’s Dutch about it. It is owned by an American company but the brand operates under license to Madura Fashion & Lifestyle in India and South East Asia. number 7. Flying Machine. They might have an Italian designer named Chicco, but Flying Machine is completely Indian. In fact, it was India’s first homegrown denim brand and was launched in 1980 by Arvind Lifestyle Brand Ltd. number 8. American Swan. American Swan is an online shopping site that sells jeans, jackets and a whole bunch of other fashion accessories. It’s owned by The American Swan Lifestyle Company, but it’s headquarters are in Gurgaon. They’re also totally Indian. number 9. Da Milano. Da Milano is a totally Indian brand which sounds like an Italian name. Da Milano provides leather and home furnishings accessories. number 10. Peter England. Owned by Aditya Birla Group’s Fashion and Lifestyle arm Madura Garments.

Climbing A Dam In A Land Rover | Top Gear | Series 22 | BBC

Richard Hammond has to climb Claerwen dam in a sixty four year old Land Rover. Can he do it? From Top Gear, Series 22 Episode 4. Subscribe for more awesome Top Gear videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Topgear Top Gear YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/topgear TopGear.com website: http://www.topgear.com Top Gear Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/topgear Top Gear Twitter: http://twitter.com/BBC_topgear This is a channel from BBC Worldwide, trading as BBC Studios, who help fund new BBC programmes.

Jaguar Factory Tour - 1961

In 1961, a young man takes a tour of the Jaguar factory in Coventry. He sees how the cars are built and gets a ride in a brand new XK-E. S010

Tata Motors buys Land Rover and Jaguar from Ford. Professor Pervez Ghauri gives his comments in Grenada Report

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