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What does INDICA stand for?

INDICA stands for Indian Car (name of the all Indian car from House of Tatas)

This definition appears very frequently

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Who: Ratan Tata Why: The boss of Indian car giant Tata Motors - which owns Jaguar Land Rover - has announced that it is to begin manufacturing electric cars in the UK after securing a pounds 10million loan from the Government.
The Indian car giant, which owns Jaguar Land Rover, hopes the model could be on sale by the end of this year.
INDIAN car firm TATA has taken the unusual step of appealing to the public for cash as the country's third largest auto maker struggles to refinance its acquisition of Ford's luxury Jaguar and Land Rover brands earlier this year.
The Indian car maker won Unite's support last year after supporting the current business plan for the brands which could safeguard thousands of jobs at the three car plants affected by the buyout, including 2,200 at Halewood.