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India Inc's top CEOs track the route to double-digit growth

Some of India's top business leaders engage in the first-ever Forbes India CEO Dialogues to discuss India's road to economic recovery
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    Shabana Hussain
  • Though still in its infancy, the new soccer league has big dreams for Indian football
    Sohini Mitter
  • There are apprehensions on whether Dilip Shanghvi's company can help India's largest but troubled pharma major turn around. However, analysts, while sceptical, also point out that Sun Pharma has a bet...
    Priyanka Pulla
  • The homegrown consumer goods company has beaten the odds and transformed to turn around the Henkel India business
    Samar Srivastava
  • India's Open Source Drug Discovery programme is struggling for lack of expertise and a research ecosystem. However, the programme's real contribution may be the creation of just such an ecosystem
    Priyanka Pulla
  • By delivering improved eyesight at your doorstep,'s Peyush Bansal believes he is well-placed to capitalise on the growing eyewear industry in India
    Shravan Bhat
  • India's oldest player in the private equity fund segment has seen lacklustre stock market performance in recent years. But CEO Archana Hingorani is not particularly worried. Here's why
    Pravin Palande
  • Unlike global auto majors who have typically steered clear of the big aero dream, the Tata group and Mahindra & Mahindra are looking to ambitiously breach the road-air divide
    Cuckoo Paul
  • The intense scrutiny on his dual life hasn’t deterred politician-cum-industrialist Naveen Jindal. He is firm on his eventual goal: To become a full-time public servant. But, first, he has to fix his...
    Prince Mathews Thomas
  • Mumbai-based Poddar Developers intends to stick it out for the long haul in the low-income housing business. After all, it could be the next big realty thing given a 24.7 million unit shortage
    Samar Srivastava
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