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Most Powerful Women of 2012

In less than four decades the Indian workplace has been transformed. Male bastions have been breached, glass ceilings have been shattered. Business Today's ninth listing of Most Powerful Women in Indian Business is our annual celebration of this trend. Full Coverage

 
 
The purpose this time was not just to honour the high-flying women of the corporate world, but also to pick their much-valued brains.
HDFC Managing Director Renu Sud Karnad says non-stop growth can make an organisation complacent, eventually leading to stagnation.
Tanya Dubash, who oversees marketing initiatives for the Godrej companies, will complete 20 years with the group.
 
 
Preetha Reddy, Managing Director of Apollo Hospitals, says many hospitals in India have followed us and got themselves accredited.
Kalpana Morparia, CEO, JPMorgan India, says an ICICI job put her on the path to a corporate career.
Ritu Kumar kicked off boutique culture in India in 1966 when she opened her first store in Delhi.
Neha Kirpal is riding high on the success of India Art Fair, the annual exhibition of modern and contemporary art she began in 2008.
Renuka Ramnath's private-equity firm, Multiples Alternate Asset Management, is riding high.
Sangeeta Pendurkar, Managing Director, Kellogg's India, has focused on building high-performance teams
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