Britannia Industries MD Vinita Bali this year moves into the coveted 'Hall of Fame' - reserved for those who have made it to the Most Powerful Women in Business list at least seven times. She says her travels overseas helped her understand diversity and adapt to different environments and people.
She has helped Coca-Cola India steal a march over arch rival PepsiCo.
She has made her mark as a capital market lawyer, but is not ready to rest on her laurels.
After its glory days in the 1970s and early 1980s, National Film Development Corporation became nearly defunct. Nina Lath Gupta gave it a new lease of life
The veteran banker is undeterred in the face of tough market conditions.
The Tupperware India chief has nurtured several women entrepreneurs.
Gomatam's trained musical ear has helped hone her business skills.
Life hasn't always been a cakewalk for this pioneer of Italian food in India.
The only full-time woman director of an oil PSU says there is no glass ceiling
The deputy dean of ISB says nurturing a project from scratch excites her.
Swarupa Sanyal is implementing a blueprint that seeks to transform India's largest BPO firm into a leaner, bigger and more profitable company.
She also mentors proficient women executives for board roles.
She has made her mark with out-of-the-box business solutions.
Singhania found her experience as a housewife helped her when she began to run a cement business.
Raised to be independent, Allahabad Bank's chairman says her parents' message to her was 'You can do it'.
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