Why? Because "tata" is in the travel site's name.
I would have thought any reasonable person deciding on this case would dismiss it. But no, the decision handed down awards ownership of the site to the Tatas.
So I think the Tatas should now claim ownership of bodacioustatas.com (warning: be prepared for a warning of adult content. Don't say I didn't warn you). And patata.com (also batata.com and patatas.com and so forth, all potato domain names). And matata.com (no, no clue what it's about). I mean, they should go after Bangladesh's Satata Construction Company and Italy's La Tata (no clue again). Pronto.
Hey, there's more. Plenty more.
P2P streaming happens at Vatata.
There's Natata for e-publishing.
You can find out about studying Ukraine via yatata.com.
Somebody in Cameroon, I think, runs mantata.com, though not very well so far.
Somebody in Wisconsin, I think, runs ratatat.com, with a blog too.
There are some lovely patterns on RATATA.
Besides, maybe you want to buy a Rotatable TV phone V866?
Enough for now, but if you have more suggestions for Tata, please leave a comment.
If you think this is nuts, please go here.
Also, please inform me if I'm liable for action based on the nondescript pun in my title.
Tata. Bye bye.