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Most Powerful Women of 2012

The CEO of IL&FS Investment Managers, the private-equity firm that manages assets worth $3.2 billion, easily navigates choppy capital markets.

For Roopa Kudva, MD and CEO, Crisil, this year's biggest achievement was the acquisition of UK-based analytics company Coalition in June for Rs 250 crore.
Aisha de Sequeira, Managing Director and Head, Investment Banking, Morgan Stanley India says feels tough times are the best to build client relationships.
Britannia Industries Managing Director Vinita Bali can talk endlessly about malnutrition and why it is a silent emergency but gets little or no attention.
Despite the tough environment, ICICI Bank's Zarin Daruwala managed to grow revenue from wholesale banking by 35 per cent in 2011/12 to over Rs 26,000 crore.
Balaji Telefilms Joint Managing Director Ekta Kapoor says converting a good show like Bade Ache Lagte Hain into ratings on Sony TV was a big achievement for her.
Lynn de Souza, Chairman and CEO of Lintas Media Group, is a soft-spoken yet tough professional who has spent three decades in the media industry.
Under its CEO Schauna Chauhan Saluja's watch, Parle Agro has managed to keep established brands, going strong, while launching new ones.
Arathi Krishna, Joint Managing Director of auto component maker Sundram Fasteners says her coworkers in the factory have stopped seeing me as a woman.
Reddy, the social-networking website's first India employee back in July 2010, built Facebook India from the ground up and has taken it well past its start-up mode.
Chiki Sarkar has proved her ability to spot talented authors and handle business.