MUMBAI, March 27 (Reuters) - "Jaguar is now an Indian beast" roared one Indian newspaper on Thursday as it lauded Tata Motors' long-awaited $2.3 billion deal to bag the sleek British car brand and its chunkier Land Rover counterpart. Next to a large image of Jaguar's shiny pouncing cat symbol and a smaller photograph of a smiling boss Ratan Tata dressed in a fighter jet jumpsuit, the Times of India mimicked a patriotic British song to declare "Tatas Rule Britannia". "So what if the ...
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