Forbes India Rich List: Mukesh Ambani retains top spot for 12th consecutive year, Gautam Adani jumps to second place
Mukesh Ambani remains India’s richest for the 12th consecutive year, with $51.4 billion in wealth
Around 6.5 billion rupees ($91 million) have already been infused into Shapoorji Pallonji Group
The Forbes list of the 'World's Billionaires' 2017 consists of 2,043 of the richest people in the world who have a combined net worth of US $7.67 trillion, a record 18-percent increase over the past year.
According to the Hurun Global Rich List India report, since demonetisation on 8 November, India lost 11 billionaires.
Four years after Cyrus Mistry was appointed as the chairman of Tata Sons, he was replaced on Monday and former chief Ratan Tata was made the interim chairman.
While there are some surprises, many of the usual names made it to the top 10 of the Forbes 100 Richest Indians list. Here's who made it.
India's tech and pharma leaders were the biggest wealth gainers in 2013 according to Bloomberg's list of the top 300 wealthiest individuals in the world.
The two newest entrants in Forbes list of richest Indians have amassed billion dollar fortunes with businesses in Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi after emigrating from the Southern Indian state.
Unlike Ratan Tata, who had to fight the group's satraps and centralise strategy, under Cyrus Mistry the group will have to decentralise
While some may be surprised, most have received the announcement of Rata Tata's successor, Cyrus P Mistry (43), well and welcomed it.
With group shareholdings now fairly insulated from takeover threats, Ratan Tata probably felt that he could afford to look beyond a Tata to manage the group.