Construction/Real Estate sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians

The Gulf's most influential Indians who are breaking new ground in the construction and retail sector
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9. Santhosh Joseph, president and CEO, Dubai Pearl, a $2.01bn project that he redesigned and rebuilt, reviving the project in the process
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20. Syed Salahuddin, managing director of ETA Ascon & Star Group, which has worked on projects like Burj Al Arab and the Dubai Metro
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28. Rajen Kilachand, chairman and president of the Dodsal Group, a 60 year old multinational conglomerate in engineering, mining, trading and hospitality
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45. The Khimji family, owners of the Omani business conglomerate, Khimji Ramdas, which is involved in infrastructure and industry
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51. Dr J R Gangaramani, president and CEO of Al Fara'a, an EPC group whose project portfolio includes hospitals, malls and heritage sites
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65. SM Syed Khalil (centre), group executive director of the Ilyas and Mustafa Galadari Group, undertakers of the $20bn City of Arabia retail project
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68. Anil Bhardwaj, director of Arenco Real Estate, which is one of the UAE's leading real estate companies with 5,000 accommodation units on its books
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69. Gurjit Singh, chief operating officer of Sorouh Real Estate, which has projects existing and in development valued in excess of $19bn
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71. Deepak Arora, managing director of the DRA Group of companies, which has numerous subsidiaries working both in unison and separately on major projects in the region
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80. Dilip Sinha, the general manager of Honeywell Electrical Devices and Systems is leading the global giant's push into the MENA region
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This photo gallery is only indicative. To view the full list of the Gulf's most influential Indians in the Construction/Real Estate sector, please visit the following link:\n
Thu 25 Nov 2010 10:05 AM GST