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India's highest paid women executives

Last updated on: November 20, 2012 11:02 IST

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Kavery Kalanithi (Rank 1)
Pay package:
Rs 57 crore (Rs 570 million)

Kavery Kalanithi of Sun TV Group has retained her position as country's top paid business woman although her pay package declined to Rs 57 crore in 2012, according to Fortune magazine.

Kavery Kalanithi, Executive Director of Sun TV Network and wife of Kalanithi Maran, pay packet declined to Rs 57 crore in 2012 from around Rs 72 crore ($13.09 million) last year.

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Urvi A Piramal (Rank 2)
Pay package: Rs 7.3 crore (Rs 73 million)

In the Fortune list of top 10 most paid business women, Peninsula Land chairperson Urvi A Piramal bagged the second rank with an annual pay package of Rs 7.3 crore.

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Preetha Reddy (Rank 3)
Pay package: Rs 6.9 crore (Rs 69 million)

Apollo Hospital Enterprises Managing Director Preetha Reddy scored the third slot with an annual pay packet of Rs 6.9 crore.

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Vinita Singhania (Rank 4)
Pay package: Rs 5.9 crore (Rs 59 million)

Vinita Singhania, MD of JK Laksmi Cement ranks fourth in the list.

 
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Image: Vinita Singhania, Managing Director, JK Lakshmi Cement, for her outstanding achievements and leadership qualities received the "Golden Peacock Women Business Leadership Award-2010.
Photographs: Courteys, JK Laksmi Cement.

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Vinita Bali (Rank 5)
Pay package: Rs 5.7 crore (Rs 57 million)

Vinita Bali, managing director of Britannia Industries is ranked fifth. According to Fortune, the annual salaries of highest-paid women have reduced from last year.

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Renu Sud Karnad (Rank 6)
Pay package
: Rs 5.1 crore (Rs 51 million)

HDFC Managing Director Renu Sud Karnad is ranked 6th with a pay package of Rs 5.1 crore.

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Suneeta Reddy (Rank 7)
Pay package: Rs 5 crore (Rs 50 million)

Suneeta Reddy, Joint MD Apollo Hospitals is ranked at the seventh position.

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Chanda Kochhar (Rank 8)
Pay package: Rs 4.24 crore (Rs 42.4 million)

ICICI Bank MD and CEO Chanda Kochhar whose annual pay package is at Rs 4.24 crore scored eighth on the chart.

Interestingly, Kochhar has been named as the most powerful woman in Indian business for the second consecutive by Fortune.

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Arathi Krishna (Rank 9)
Pay package: Rs 4 crore (Rs 40 million)

Arathi Krishna is Joint managing director, Sundram Fasteners.

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Image: Awards won by Sundram Fasteners, Arathi Krishna (inset).


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Rupa Gurunath (Rank 10)
Pay package: Rs 3.9 crore (Rs 39 million)

Rupa Gurunath is whole time director, India Cements.



Image: India Cements plant, Rupa Gurunath (inset).


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