Even before we started, many critics wrote us off: the then Chief Commissioner of the Indian Railways, Sir Frederick Upcott, famously promised to eat every pound of steel rail that the Tatas produced! That was the kind of scepticism we dealt with. This was the first ‘Make in India’ effort, of sorts. The fact that nobody gave us a chance actually spurred our resolve.

T. V. Narendran
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