The two-day "Prime Minister's Fuel Choices and Smart Mobility Summit" will begin on October 31 in the Israel's capital.
"The shareholders of Tata Sons Ltd, at the extraordinary general meeting held on Monday, passed, with the requisite majority, a resolution to remove Cyrus P Mistry as a Director of Tata Sons Ltd," the Tata Group's holding firm said in a statement.
Among the younger CEOs in Tata group firms, Chandra had led TCS to be voted as the world's most powerful brand in IT services in 2015.
Tata Sons had been served with a petition filed before the NCLT by Mistry's investment companies under Sections 241 and 242 of the Companies Act.
The petition was against oppression and mismanagement of Tata Sons under Section 241 of the Companies Act.
Wadia has sought crores of rupees in damages, but its quantum is not known immediately. The suit comes in the wake of the special notice seeking removal of Wadia from Tata Sons.
Tata Industries, at its extraordinary general meeting on Monday, removed Cyrus P Mistry, as a director of the company and ceased to be the chairman.
Industrialist and former chairman of Tata Sons, Cyrus P. Mistry, went on a short pilgrimage to the famed Saibaba Temple in Shirdi and the Shani Shingnapur Temple, both in Ahmednagar district, officials said.
Tata Sons, the company's promoter with 26.51 per cent stake, had asked Tata Motors on November 10 to convene an EGM for passing a resolution for removal of Mistry and Wadia as directors.
Tata Sons accused Mistry of trying to gain control of the Indian Hotels Co Ltd - the firm that runs Taj Group of Hotels - by using independent directors.