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Tata Motors Limited (Tata) (NYSE: TTM), an India-based automaker, has received an order for 100 AC and non-AC buses from the UT Administration in India.

The deal is worth INR420m, of which 80 per cent is to be borne by the Ministry of Urban Development and the rest will be contributed by the Administration.

According to Secretary (Transport) Ram Niwas, 'We have received the Election Commission's nod to award the INR350m contract to Tata Motors under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission. 100 buses - 40 AC and 60 non-AC buses - will ply within the city soon.'

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