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Our latest issue, the 2020 Forbes India Rich List, gives insights into how the rich have got richer. The 100 richest of the country saw their wealth grow by 14 percent to $517.5 billion till over a year ago. While Reliance Industries’ Chairman Mukesh Ambani was among the top gainers—he added $37.3 billion to his fortune—Biocon founder Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw was the biggest gainer on this year’s list. Our cover story, though, is on the youngest new entrants, Nithin and Nikhil Kamath—whose company Zerodha has become the country’s largest broking platform. That apart there are stories on how edtech firms are doing well during the pandemic and the Serum Institute of India’s ongoing efforts to come out with Covid vaccines.

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