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Seven interesting Forbes India reads for the weekend

Here are the best reads from our writers this week

Published: Nov 10, 2017 07:15:26 PM IST
Updated: Nov 12, 2017 07:42:37 PM IST

Seven interesting Forbes India reads for the weekendImage (Clockwise from top): Mangal Prabhat Lodha by Ganesh Lad/ Fotocorp; Vinita and Nilesh Gupta by Joshua Navalkar. 

1) India Rich List 2017: The dropouts

Nine billionaires who were in the India Rich List 2017 last year, dropped out this year due to competition and industry woes. Principal correspondent Sayan Chakraborty writes about the ones who lost their place in the Forbes list. Click here to read

2) India Rich List 2017: The biggest losers
The fortunes of some of India's wealthiest businessmen declined with changing business environment. Click here to read about why their fortunes declined in the year. Click here to read

3) India Rich List 2017: The biggest gainers
Fortunes of most of India's wealthiest continued to rise with changes in the business environment. Read what Associate Salil Panchal has to say about them and their businesses. Click here to read

4) The sun never sets on Forbes
A roundup of the Forbes brand's international editions: do you know where the first international edition of Forbes was started? Do you know how many editions are there today and in how many languages is it available? Click here to read

5) Rhymes with 'Forbes'
Did you know that Forbes found its way into many, many songs? Check them out here. Click here to read

6) Fake Newsstand: Fictional Forbes covers from Hollywood
Tony Stark, Bruce Wayne and other fictional Forbes covers from Hollywood. Click here to read more  

7) Here's what the first-ever Forbes magazine issue looked like!
Take a trip down the memory lane. Click here to read

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