Tata Motors managing director and Group CEO Cari-Peter Forster, center, speaks as managing director India Operations P.M. Telang, right, and Jaguar Land Rover chief executive officer Dr. Ralph Speth, ... more 
Tata Motors managing director and Group CEO Cari-Peter Forster, center, speaks as managing director India Operations P.M. Telang, right, and Jaguar Land Rover chief executive officer Dr. Ralph Speth, left, look on during a press conference in Mumbai, India, Thursday, May 26, 2011. Tata Motors Thursday posted a more than threefold increase in consolidated annual net profit as sales of Jaguar Land Rover vehicles climbed worldwide, while sales of trucks and buses grew in its home market of India. Profit in the year ended March 31 rose to INR92.74 billion ($2.05 billion) from INR25.71 billion in the previous year, India's largest auto maker said. less 
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Thu, May 26, 2011 3:38 PM EDT