Ratan Tata Honored | Ratan Tata conferred with ‘Order of Australia’, Australia’s highest civilian honor
Source – Twitter@AusHCIndia Mumbai: Bharat Ratna Ratan Tata, Chairman Emeritus of Tata Group, Indian industry stalwart, has been honored with Australia’s highest civilian award. Australia’s Ambassador to India, Barry O’Farrell tweeted about this. He has said in a tweet that Ratan Tata has been awarded the ‘Order of Australia’. Australian Ambassador Barry Farrell said in his tweet that Ratan Tata has contributed to Australia as well as India and he is a great entrepreneur. He is delighted to confer the ‘Order of Australia (AO)’ on Ratan Tata in recognition of his long standing. Tata tweeted that he is delighted to be awarded the Order of Australia for his long-standing commitment to the relationship between Australia and India. Ratan Tata is a titan of biz, industry & philanthropy not just in 🇮🇳, but his contributions have also made a significant impact in 🇦🇺. Delighted to confer Order of Australia (AO) honor to @RNTata2000 in recognition of his longstanding commitment to the 🇦🇺🇮🇳relationship. @ausgov pic.twitter.com/N7e05sWzpV — Barry O’Farrell AO (@AusHCIndia) April 22, 2023 Also selected as an honorary officer in the General Division. Rahul Ranjan, executive of Tata Power Odisha Distribution Limited (TPSODL), also shared some pictures of the award ceremony on his LinkedIn. In this post, Ranjan further writes that Ratan Tata’s contribution is worldwide. Many people have achieved their goals on the basis of their leadership ability and foresight. Along with this, Ratan Tata has made a significant contribution to the economy. He has shown benevolence for social work. Read also Philanthropist Ratan Tata Ratan Tata’s Tata group of companies is known for its philanthropy. This is because they are donating lakhs and crores of rupees to many sectors. The proof of this has also been seen in the Corona epidemic. He donated up to Rs 1500 crores to the Government of India when the country was in crisis during the Corona pandemic. The Tata Group donates a major portion of its income to good causes.