Ratan Tata bids adieu, Cyrus Mistry takes over
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On his post-retirement plans, Tata, a bachelor, has said he will spend time on technology which is quite a passion with him.
He will brush up on his piano, which he learnt as a school boy and pursue flying, apart from his focus on philanthropic activities.