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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)

RankNameOccupationCountry
1Angela MerkelChancellorGermany
2Wu YiVice premierChina
3Ho ChingChief executive, Temasek HoldingsSingapore
4Condoleezza RiceSecretary of StateU.S.
5Indra K. NooyiChairman, chief executive, PepsiCoU.S.
6Sonia GandhiPresident, Congress PartyIndia
7Cynthia CarrollChief executive, Anglo AmericanU.K.
8Patricia A. WoertzChairman, Archer Daniels MidlandU.S.
9Irene RosenfeldChairman, chief executive, Kraft FoodsU.S.
10Patricia RussoChief executive, Alcatel-LucentU.S.
11Michèle Alliot-MarieMinister for the Interior and overseas territoriesFrance
12Christine LagardeMinister of economy, finance and employmentFrance
13Anne M. MulcahyChairman, chief executive, XeroxU.S.
14Anne LauvergeonChief executive, ArevaFrance
15Mary SammonsChairman, chief executive, president, Rite Aid Corp.U.S.
16Angela BralyChief executive, president, WellPointU.S.
17Marjorie ScardinoChief executive, Pearson PLCU.K.
18Wu XiaolingDeputy governor, People’s Bank of ChinaChina
19Brenda BarnesChairman, chief executive, Sara Lee Corp.U.S.
20Ruth Bader GinsburgSupreme court justiceU.S.
21Oprah WinfreyChairman, HarpoU.S.
22Margaret WhitmanChief executive, president, EbayU.S.
23Queen Elizabeth IIQueenU.K.
24Melinda GatesCofounder, cochairman, Bill and Melinda Gates FoundationU.S.
25Hillary Rodham ClintonU.S. senator, New YorkU.S.
26
Nancy PelosiSpeaker of the House, House of RepresentativesU.S.
27Michelle BacheletPresidentChile
28Safra A. CatzPresident, chief financial officer, OracleU.S.
29Susan E. ArnoldPresident, global business units, Procter & GambleU.S.
30Andrea JungChairman, chief executive, Avon ProductsU.S.
31Judy McGrathChairman, chief executive, MTV NetworksU.S.
32Dr. Julie Louise GerberdingDirector, Center for Disease Control and PreventionU.S.
33Marina BerlusconiChairman, Fininvest GroupItaly
34Zoe CruzCo-president, Morgan StanleyU.S.
35Amy PascalCochair, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sony PicturesU.S.
36Ann LivermoreExecutive vice president, Hewlett-PackardU.S.
37Margaret ChanDirector-general, World Health OrganizationChina
38Helen ClarkPrime ministerNew Zealand
39Tzipora LivniForeign affairs ministerIsrael
40Ana Patricia BotinChairman, BanestoSpain
41Renetta McCannChief executive, Starcom MediaVest GroupU.S.
42Susan M. IveyChairman, chief executive, president, Reynolds AmericanU.S.
43Yang MianmianChairman, HaierChina
44Linda Z. CookExecutive director, gas & power, Royal Dutch ShellNetherlands
45Janet L. RobinsonChief executive, president, The New York Times CompanyU.S.
46Christine PoonVice chairman, Johnson & JohnsonU.S.
47Drew Gilpin FaustPresident, Harvard universityU.S.
48Paula Rosput ReynoldsChief executive, president, SafecoU.S.
49Nancy TellemPresident, CBS Paramount Television Entertainment, CBS Corp.U.S.
50Tarja HalonenPresidentFinland

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