Top ten indian richest persons

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  • 1. Top Ten Indian Richest Persons Vijaykambojlearner.blogspot.com Source- Forbes
  • 2. #1 Lakshmi Mittal
  • 3. Lakshmi Mittal• Income- $11.2 billion• This steel titan is set to control the worlds largest steel company when his Ispat International and LNM Holdings acquire International Steel. Combined entity will be $30 billion (sales) Mittal Steel, 88%-owned by Mittal himself• Other Lists: Mittal, Lakshmi # 3 on Worlds Richest People 2005 , # 62 on Worlds Richest People 2004 , # 177 on Worlds Richest People 2003 , # 327 on Worlds Richest People 2002 , # 272 on Worlds Richest People 2001 , On Worlds Richest People 2000 , On Worlds Richest People 1999
  • 4. #2 Azim Premji
  • 5. Azim Premji• Income- $10.0 billion• Owns 84% of $1.3 billion (sales) Wipro, Indias second- biggest infotech company. Riding outsourcing wave. Recently traded his eight-year-old Ford Escort for a new Toyota Corolla.• Associated Companies:Wipro• Other Lists:Premji, Azim # 38 on Worlds Richest People 2005 , # 58 on Worlds Richest People 2004 , # 45 on Worlds Richest People 2003 , # 41 on Worlds Richest People 2002 , # 42 on Worlds Richest People 2001 , On Worlds Richest People 2000 , On Worlds Richest People 1999
  • 6. #3 Mukesh & Anil Ambani
  • 7. Mukesh & Anil Ambani• Income- $6.4 billion• Two years after the death of their father, Reliance groups founder Dhirubhai Ambani, brothers are feuding: Older son Mukesh reportedly wants control of the $22 billion (sales) diversified group. News of rift, which became public in November, sent stock tumbling.• Associated Companies:Reliance Industries• Other Lists:Ambani, Mukesh & Anil # 60 on Worlds Richest People 2005 , # 65 on Worlds Richest People 2004 , # 123 on Worlds Richest People 2003
  • 8. #4 Kumar Mangalam Birla
  • 9. Kumar Mangalam Birla• Income- $3.5 billion• Fourth-generation head of $6 billion (sales) commodities conglomerate, with operations in nine countries, including palm oil in Malaysia. Indias largest cement producer.• Associated Companies:Hindalco Industries• Other Lists:Birla, Kumar Mangalam # 149 on Worlds Richest People 2005 , # 147 on Worlds Richest People 2004 , # 158 on Worlds Richest People 2003 , # 200 on Worlds Richest People 2002 , # 292 on Worlds Richest People 2001 , On Worlds Richest People 2000 , On Worlds Richest People 1999
  • 10. #5 Pallonji Shapoorji Mistry
  • 11. Pallonji Shapoorji Mistry• Income- $2.9 billion• Construction tycoon benefiting from 18.4% stake in Tata Sons, holding company of Tata conglomerate. Newly listed Tata Consultancy Services recently worth $13 billion. Rarely seen in public.• Other Lists:Mistry, Pallonji Shapoorji # 170 on Worlds Richest People 2005 , # 231 on Worlds Richest People 2004 , # 199 on Worlds Richest People 2003
  • 12. #6 Sunil Bharti Mittal
  • 13. Sunil Bharti Mittal• Income- $2.6 billion• His Bharti group, the countrys largest GSM-based cellular service provider, is benefiting from Indias booming middle class.New venture to export fruits and vegetables with the Rothschild family.• Associated Companies:Bharti Tele- Ventures• Other Lists:Mittal, Sunil Bharti # 164 on Worlds Richest People 2005 , # 186 on Worlds Richest People 2004
  • 14. #7 Shiv Nadar
  • 15. Shiv Nadar• Income- $2.3 billion• From modest beginnings in his garage, built and still chairs $1.2 billion (revenues) HCL Group, a leading infotech provider.Commutes between California and Delhi.• Other Lists:Nadar, Shiv # 272 on Worlds Richest People 2005 , # 310 on Worlds Richest People 2004 , # 427 on Worlds Richest People 2003 , # 378 on Worlds Richest People 2002 , # 209 on Worlds Richest People 2001 , On Worlds Richest People 2000 , On Worlds Richest People 1999
  • 16. #8 Adi Godrej & family
  • 17. Adi Godrej & family• Income- $1.9 billion• Third generation to head $1 billion (sales) Godrej Group, whose businesses include soaps, hair dyes, office furniture and mosquito repellent. One of Mumbais biggest landowners, has benefited from rising real estate prices.• Other Lists:Godrej, Adi & family # 355 on Worlds Richest People 2005 , # 277 on Worlds Richest People 2004 ,# 386 on Worlds Richest People 2003 , On Worlds Richest People 1999
  • 18. #9Malvinder & Shivinder Mohan Singh
  • 19. Malvinder & Shivinder Mohan Singh• Income- $1.5 billion• Two brothers inherited familys 33.5% stake in leading pharmaceuticals firm Ranbaxy Laboratories five years ago because of the premature death of their dynamic father, Parvinder Singh. Older brother Malvinder was recently named to its board, while Shivinder looks after a subsidiary
  • 20. #10 Dilip Shanghvi
  • 21. Dilip Shanghvi• Income- $1.5 billion• With loan from his father started manufacturing psychiatric drugs in 1983. His Sun Pharmaceuticals has a stake in Caraco Pharmaceutical Labs, a U.S. generic drug company.• Other Lists:Shanghvi, Dilip # 437 on Worlds Richest People 2005