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Forbes list of 50 Most Powerful Women (only 1 from India)

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 Forbes list of 50 Most Powerful Women  (only 1 from India)

Rank Name Occupation Country
1 Angela Merkel Chancellor Germany
2 Wu Yi Vice premier China
3 Ho Ching Chief executive, Temasek Holdings Singapore
4 Condoleezza Rice Secretary of State U.S.
5 Indra K. Nooyi Chairman, chief executive, PepsiCo U.S.
6 Sonia Gandhi President, Congress Party India
7 Cynthia Carroll Chief executive, Anglo American U.K.
8 Patricia A. Woertz Chairman, Archer Daniels Midland U.S.
9 Irene Rosenfeld Chairman, chief executive, Kraft Foods U.S.
10 Patricia Russo Chief executive, Alcatel-Lucent U.S.
11 Michèle Alliot-Marie Minister for the Interior and overseas territories France
12 Christine Lagarde Minister of economy, finance and employment France
13 Anne M. Mulcahy Chairman, chief executive, Xerox U.S.
14 Anne Lauvergeon Chief executive, Areva France
15 Mary Sammons Chairman, chief executive, president, Rite Aid Corp. U.S.
16 Angela Braly Chief executive, president, WellPoint U.S.
17 Marjorie Scardino Chief executive, Pearson PLC U.K.
18 Wu Xiaoling Deputy governor, People’s Bank of China China
19 Brenda Barnes Chairman, chief executive, Sara Lee Corp. U.S.
20 Ruth Bader Ginsburg Supreme court justice U.S.
21 Oprah Winfrey Chairman, Harpo U.S.
22 Margaret Whitman Chief executive, president, Ebay U.S.
23 Queen Elizabeth II Queen U.K.
24 Melinda Gates Cofounder, cochairman, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation U.S.
25 Hillary Rodham Clinton U.S. senator, New York U.S.
26
Nancy Pelosi Speaker of the House, House of Representatives U.S.
27 Michelle Bachelet President Chile
28 Safra A. Catz President, chief financial officer, Oracle U.S.
29 Susan E. Arnold President, global business units, Procter & Gamble U.S.
30 Andrea Jung Chairman, chief executive, Avon Products U.S.
31 Judy McGrath Chairman, chief executive, MTV Networks U.S.
32 Dr. Julie Louise Gerberding Director, Center for Disease Control and Prevention U.S.
33 Marina Berlusconi Chairman, Fininvest Group Italy
34 Zoe Cruz Co-president, Morgan Stanley U.S.
35 Amy Pascal Cochair, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sony Pictures U.S.
36 Ann Livermore Executive vice president, Hewlett-Packard U.S.
37 Margaret Chan Director-general, World Health Organization China
38 Helen Clark Prime minister New Zealand
39 Tzipora Livni Foreign affairs minister Israel
40 Ana Patricia Botin Chairman, Banesto Spain
41 Renetta McCann Chief executive, Starcom MediaVest Group U.S.
42 Susan M. Ivey Chairman, chief executive, president, Reynolds American U.S.
43 Yang Mianmian Chairman, Haier China
44 Linda Z. Cook Executive director, gas & power, Royal Dutch Shell Netherlands
45 Janet L. Robinson Chief executive, president, The New York Times Company U.S.
46 Christine Poon Vice chairman, Johnson & Johnson U.S.
47 Drew Gilpin Faust President, Harvard university U.S.
48 Paula Rosput Reynolds Chief executive, president, Safeco U.S.
49 Nancy Tellem President, CBS Paramount Television Entertainment, CBS Corp. U.S.
50 Tarja Halonen President Finland

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