Finance and Banking: Arundhati Bhattacharya
Some people are born to be leaders, and when a woman makes a mark in the male dominated domain, it is nothing but laudable. Arundhati Bhattacharya, Chairperson of the SBI,is the first woman to hold this position at SBI 2016, she was listed as the 25th most powerful woman in the world by Forbes!
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj often uses Twitter to help Indians who are facing problems abroad. She has been included in Foreign Policy magazine's 2016 list of 15 Global Thinkers for fashioning a novel brand of Twitter diplomacy.
Media: Shobhana Bhartia
Media baroness Shobhana Bhartia serves as chairperson and editorial director for India's largest listed media company, HT Media, publisher of the English and Hindi language dailies Hindustan Times and HT Mumbai. In 2016, she was listed as the 93rd most powerful woman by Forbes!
Sports: P V Sindu, Sakshi and Deepa
3 unassuming women became the redeemers for India at the Rio Olympics as the country concluded its campaign with some good, bad and ugly memories. Defying all odds and showing killer instincts, PV Sindhu, Sakshi Malik and Dipa Karmakar became the unlikely heroines and saved the country's pride from returning empty-handed for the first time since Barcelona 1992.
Bollywood: Priyanka Chopra
Starting out as a model, going on to win the Miss World title and after making a mark as one of the top actresses in Bollywood, Priyanka Chopra has also made a name for herself in America! She was appointed as UNICEF's Global Goodwill Ambassador in 2016 for stellar work in child rights.