Cyrus Mistry finally has a victory under his belt after trading blows with Tata Sons and its patriarch Ratan Tata for three years. But the legal battle is far from over as the NCLAT order that reinstates Mistry as the Chairman also gives Tata Group four weeks to file an appeal.
This legal tussle between Ratan Tata and Cyrus Mistry has entered its last leg. While Mistry has the upper hand, he has to wait for Supreme Court's green light before returning to Bombay House as the head of Tata Sons' board.
At this juncture, BusinessToday.In presents a blow-by-blow account of one of the most intense conflicts in the history of India Inc:
(Edited by Mukesh Adhikary. Graphics by Mohsin Shaikh)