ONGC leads 34 Indian firms in Forbes' 2000 list

NEW DELHI — Exploration major Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) leads 34 Indian corporates in the Forbes 2000 list of elite companies across the world.


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Published: Sat 31 Mar 2007, 9:23 AM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 8:36 PM

The Forbes' 2000 rankings for this year, which are based on sales, profits, assets and market valuation, feature eleven banks, five oil and gas companies, four IT giants, two utilities, and one telecom major.

ONGC occupies the 239th spot, followed by Reliance Industries (258), State Bank of India (326) and Indian Oil (399).

Tata Consultancy Services is at the 1,047th spot but tops the Indian IT companies, followed by Infosys (1,130), Wipro (1,233) and Satyam (1,874).

Two other Tata group companies — Tata Steel and Tata Motors — also figure in the list.

The following are leading Indian companies in the list: Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (239), Reliance Industries (258), State Bank of India (326), Indian Oil Corporation (399), National Thermal Power Corporation (494), ICICI Bank (536), Steel Authority of India (800), Tata Consultancy Services (1,047), Tata Steel (1,128), Infosys (1,130), Bharti Airtel (1,149), Housing Development and Finance Corp (1,197), Wipro (1,233), Tata Motors (1,235), ITC (1,256), GAIL (1,278).

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