Rising inflation, falling Indian rupee hit fortunes of richest, but still beat stock markets

Nov 11 2013, 17:13 IST
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Forbes' list this year has a total of 65 billionaires, four more than last year, and out of these 15 were newcomers. (AP) Forbes' list this year has a total of 65 billionaires, four more than last year, and out of these 15 were newcomers. (AP)
SummaryElite group of entrepreneurs have beaten the BSE market cap's growth, as per the latest Forbes India Rich List.

Atul and Sagar Chordia (USD 635 million, rank 100).

The list of this year's Forbes India rich List was topped by Mukesh Ambani, who with a networth of USD 21 billion retained his title as India's wealthiest for sixth year in a row, followed by NRI steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal (USD 16 billion) and Sun Pharma's Dilip Shanghvi, who with a wealth of USD 13.9 billion was ranked 3rd in the list.

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