Who is the richest man in India 2022?

Who is the richest man in India 2022?

Despite a modest 7% boost to his wealth, Mukesh Ambani, whose Reliance Industries is India’s most valuable company, retained his position as Asia’s richest person—and the tenth richest person in the world—with a net worth of $90.7 billion.

Who is the trillionaire in India?

With a net worth of $90.7 billion, Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) chairman Mukesh Ambani has retained his title as India’s richest person, while Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk has emerged as the wealthiest in the world for the first time.

Who was the richest man in 2011?

Carlos Slim Helu
Top 100

No. Name Net Worth USD billion
1 Carlos Slim Helu & family 74,0
2 Bill Gates 56,0
3 Warren Buffett 50,0
4 Bernard Arnault 41,0

Who is the third richest man in India?

Shiv Nadar
Top 25 richest Indians

Rank Name Net worth (USD)
1 Mukesh Ambani 90.7 billion
2 Gautam Adani 90.0 billion
3 Shiv Nadar 28.7 billion
4 Cyrus Poonawalla 24.3 billion

How many medals did India win in the 2012 Summer Olympics?

India at the 2012 Summer Olympics; IOC code: IND: NOC: Indian Olympic Association: Website: www.olympic.ind.in: in London; Competitors: 83 in 13 sports: Flag bearer : Sushil Kumar (opening) Mary Kom (closing) Medals Ranked 56th: Gold 0 Silver 2 Bronze 4 Total 6: Summer Olympics appearances

How many Indian boxers qualified for the London Olympics 2012?

Eight Indian boxers qualified for the London Olympics. The Indian national Hockey team, on 26 February 2012, had qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics after winning the qualifying tournament against France with a score of 8–1.

How many athletes are there in India in the Olympics?

A total of 83 athletes, 60 men and 23 women, competed in 13 sports. Men’s field hockey was the only team-based sport in which India had its representation in these Olympic Games.

How many medals did India win at the London Olympics 2016?

After heading into London with 83 competitors, India won six Olympic medals, including two silver and four bronze. That tally convincingly overtook India’s previous best haul of three medals won at the previous edition of the summer Games in Beijing 2008.