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The Forbes's 12th annual list of the 100 most influential women feature extraordinary entrepreneurs, visionary CEOs, politicians, celebrities, activists and philanthropists who are transforming the world and have been ranked by wealth, media presence and overall impact.

Arundhati Bhattacharya, chairman, State Bank of India, has been named in the annual '100 Most Powerful Women' list of Forbes magazine. Moving up six spots since last year, 59-year-old Bhattacharya has been ranked 30 in the list. ICICI Bank managing director and chief executive officer, Chanda Kochhar is ranked 35th while Biocon founder Kiran Mazumdarwas ranked 85 in the list.

Forbes said, "Bhattacharya oversees 220,000 staff members in 16,000 branches and services 225 million customers at the country's largest lender (assets $400 billion) with offices spread over 36 countries.

Kochhar also moved up eight notches in the rankings, from the 43rd spot last year.

Mazumdar-Shaw moved up from the 92nd spot last year to 85 in the 2015 rankings.


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