Narendra Modi Among Top 10 in Forbes list of world’s most powerful people

Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi in Forbes top 10 most powerful people in the world list

PM Narendra Modi has become one of the 10 most powerful leaders in the world. PM Modi is ninth in the list of prestigious Forbes In this list, Chinese President Xi Jinping has been in first place for the first time. He has replaced Russian leader Vladimir Putin in the first place. The Forbes 2018 list covers the most powerful 75 names in the world. Forbes said while releasing the list, "There are about 7.5 billion people in the world but these 75 people run the world. In Forbes' annual ranking, one in every billion people chosen, whose actions are the most important.

PM Narendra Modi

Forbes said that PM Narendar Modi has become "extremely popular" in the world's second most populous country (India). It has been referred to the Modi government's November 2016 note-taking decision to fight money laundering and corruption. In recent years PM Modi met with Donald Trump and Shi Xinging during the official visit and has increased his identity as a global leader. Apart from this, he has emerged as a key figure in the international effort to tackle climate change.

Mukesh Ambani

Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries, is the only Indian in this list to get a place other than PM Modi. At the same time, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has been placed at 40th rank. On Ambani, Forbes said that billionaire industrialist started a war of value by starting a 4-G service in India's highly competitive market in 2016.

Xi Jinping

Jinping pushed Putin to the second place for the last four consecutive years in the list. On the third spot, US President Donald Trump, German Chancellor Angela Merkel on fourth and Amazon Chief Jeff Bezos. After PM Modi, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (13th), British Prime Minister Theresa May (14), Chinese Premier Li Qing (15), Apple CEO Tim Cook (24) named. This year, 17 new names included in the list, in which the Prince of Saudi Arabia  Mohammed bin Salman al-Saud (8th). The list includes Pope Francis (6), Bill Gates (7), President of French Emmanuel Macroon (12), Alibaba chief Jack Ma (21).

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