Most Powerful women 2018
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Most Powerful women 2018
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Alice Vaidyan has set the foundation for a bigger play for GIC Re in both domestic and global market.

 
 

Surga Thilakan quit her Goldman Sachs job to work on upskilling people for entry-level jobs with the help of technology.

Suhani Mohan is taking sanitary pads to women at large and making them aware of menstrual hygiene.

Ratnaboli Ray's Anjali helps mental hospital inmates understand their worth and live a dignified life.

Praseeda Kunam's Samhita Community helps poor women live a dignified life and offers them opportunity to work.

Enabling an eco-revival to keep Gurgaon vibrant.

Women are not just rising up the corporate ladder; they are making a huge impact at the grassroots too.

Zarin Daruwala is well on the path of de-risking the business model of one of the largest foreign banks in India.

 
 

Sumita Ghose's artisan collective RangSutra, which started out from Rajasthan, is now a supplier to Ikea.

Pratham's ASER has helped identify learning gaps among primary schoolchildren.

Dr. Rani Bang's community care model has been replicated in 17 emerging countries.

Making women self-reliant through microinitiatives.

Aditi Gupta has used comic books to make thousands of girls aware about menstrual health.

Why so few women are taking the start-up route.

Vani Kola has made a mark in the male-dominated world of venture capital with several successful exits.

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