Most Powerful Businesswomen 2017,Alice G. Vaidyan,Usha Sangwan,Vani Kola,Anita Dongre,Arundhati Bhattacharya,Ekta Kapoor
Most Powerful Businesswomen 2017
A Green Chulha for Rural India

The Greenway Smart Stove emits 70 per cent less smoke and uses 65 per cent less biomass

 
 

Zarin Daruwala is aggressively expanding into retail banking and creating building blocks for the next phase of quality growth.

Vishakha Mulye has been focusing on loan growth and faster resolution of stressed assets.

The listing expert is working overtime to launch HDFC Lifes IPO.

Apart from leading IBM, Vanitha Narayanan is part of several initiatives to build a digital India.

Though real estate, cement's main consumer, is in the doldrums, Vinita has ensured her company thrives.

Vani Kola has an amazing knack of spotting opportunities early.

The India head of Advent International believes in transforming companies where they invest.

 
 

A poor and self-taught tribal woman has become an education activist.

The environmental battle is one of David against the Goliaths of the government and the corporate world.

Rescue is a small part of the anti-trafficking activity and what matters most is rehabilitation.

Enabling differently abled people go about their daily life seamlessly should be the next milestone for innovative companies.

Shanti Raghavan gave up a high-flying corporate career to work at skilling the disabled and finding them jobs.

PFA does not believe in euthanasia and gives animals a fighting chance to survive.

Children are not our future; they are our present, and they need to be empowered now.

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