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BW Most Influential Woman Of India: Smriti Zubin Irani, Union Minister, Ministry Of Textiles

Smriti Irani is union minister for ministry of Textiles. Earlier, she was also handling the additional charge of ministry of information & broadcasting. Smirti was born in a middle class Punjabi family of New Delhi. Prior to her political career, she was a star of Indian television and played many iconic roles.

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BW Most Influential Woman Of India: Sushma Swaraj, External Affairs Minister, GoI

‘He is the one Supreme Power and wise men call him by different names’, elucidated Sushma Swaraj External Affairs Minister during her recent landmark visit to Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC). She was visiting the OIC foreign ministers conference as a guest of honour. India had been invited for the OIC conference in late 70’s but OIC cancelled the invite on the request of another member. Stage was same request of cancellation was same but this time Guest was not the same. A very active woman on all spheres of policy making and always available when needed, Swaraj is known for her quick turnaround time. Apart from being elected as Member of Parliament for the seventh time, Swaraj is known for being the second woman to hold the MEA position.

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BW Most Influential Woman Of India: Aruna Sundararajan, IAS

In a recent interview Aruna Sundararajan said, “I feel more like a chess player, thinking for long hours how to make the next move,". Known for ‘Akshaya’ her mass e-literacy campaign in Kerala. Aruna Sundararajan is a 1982 batch IAS officer from Kerala cadre. She is currently serving as Secreatary of Department of Telecommunications (DoT). She has got a massive three decades experience with an eye of a businesswoman that makes her personality multidimensional.

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BW Most Influential Woman Of India: Pushpa Subramanyam, IAS

Subramanyam is an Andhra Pradesh (now Telangana) cadre Indian Administrative Service (IAS) of 1985 batch. Well known for her active presence on ground, Subramanyam has been very active during her previous profile as additional secretary ministry of textiles, then as special secretary of the same ministry. She has left a landmark impression on cotton farmers of various southern and western Indian states. It is believed that she has communicated various policy decisions to the people who matter most, the “farmers”. A political science post graduate she has served in various top positions in Telangana.

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BW Most Influential Woman Of India: Seema Bahuguna, Secretary Of Department Of Public Sector Enterprise

The country's central public sector enterprises need to align their human resource policies with new challenges and follow a transparent, fair and objective system of promotions. These lines suggest the sincere approach of Seema Bahuguna, the secretary of Department of Public Sector Enterprise (DPE).

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BW Most Influential Woman Of India: Renu Swarup, Secretary, Department of Biotechnology

Renu Swarup has taken over charge as Secretary, Department of Biotechnology (DBT). She has served in Department of Biotechnology for nearly 29 years and was holding the position of Senior Advisor/Scientist ‘H’ till she was appointed a Secretary to Government of India on 10th April, 2018.

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BW Most Influential Woman Of India: Rina Ray, IAS

Rina hails from Bihar and has majored in political science apart from various environment, finance and personal & general administration trainings programs from United Kingdom.

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BW Most Influential Woman Of India: Preeti Sudan, Secretary, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare

Preeti Sudan is an IAS Officer of 1983 batch of the Andhra Pradesh cadre, currently serving as Secretary, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. Prior to this posting, she was Secretary, Department of Food & Public Distribution, Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution.

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BW Most Influential Woman Of India: Shobana Kamineni, Executive Vice Chairperson, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited

Shobana Kamineni is the Executive Vice Chairperson of Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited and a member of its founding family. Apollo Hospitals is the leading integrated healthcare conglomerate.

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BW Most Influential Woman Of India: Vani Kola, Kalaari Capital

Vani is an idea lover and a trend spotter. After being a successful serial entrepreneur in the Silicon Valley, she moved back to India to get involved in the start-up ecosystem, when the entrepreneurial landscape was still in its infancy.

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BW Most Influential Woman Of India: Rekha M Menon, Chairman & Senior MD, Accenture India

Rekha M. Menon is the Chairman and Senior Managing Director at Accenture in India. In this role, she is responsible for building Accenture's business, strengthening Accenture’s position in our communities, and enhancing the profile of Accenture in India. She oversees the integration of Accenture’s overall growth strategy with our long-term vision for the country.

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BW Most Influential Woman Of India: Priya Paul, Director, Apeejay Surrendra Group

Priya Paul is Director of Apeejay Surrendra Group and Chairperson of Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels. Priya Paul started her career under her father, the Late Surrendra Paul, as the Marketing Manager of The Park in New Delhi. A prominent business woman and one of the most revered personalities in the hospitality industry; Priya Paul is the creative powerhouse behind

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BW Most Influential Woman Of India: Meher Pudumjee, Chairperson, Thermax Ltd

Meher Pudumjee is the Chairperson of Thermax Ltd, a company focused on providing energy and environment solutions. A postgraduate in Chemical Engineering from the Imperial College of Science & Technology, London, Meher joined Thermax as a trainee engineer in August 1990. A year later, along with her husband Pheroz Pudumjee, they took over the responsibility of turning around a Thermax subsidiary company in the UK.

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