Most Powerful Business Women 2016, Chitra Ramkrishna, Alice G Vaidyan, Sonali Kulkarni, Priya Nair
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Most Powerful Businesswomen 2016
Carrying on a Legacy

The past few years have been about the rise of Shiv Nadar's only child Roshni - the inheritor of everything he has created. She joined the board of HCL Corporation in September 2008 and was appointed the CEO in April 2009.


Teaotia is credited with negotiating well to boost India's trade prospects.

Women matter for business and economic growth. It is a no-brainer, but somehow requires constant reminding and research.

Kaku Nakhate has made India the most profitable market in the Asia-Pacific for BoAML.

After big reforms in CBDT, Anita Kapur has joined the tribunal that decides appeals against CCI decisions.


The achievers who have made it to our list this year too.

With Menon at the helm, Accenture India is breaking new ground.

Ekta Kapoor is confident that her recent foray into digital will take her business to greater height.

Apurva Purohit is scaling up Jagran Group's non-publishing businesses.