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Kiruba's List : Indian CEOs who tweet regularly

Kiruba Shankar @kiruba is compiling a list of Indian CEOs who microblog for an article he is writing.. See the list at http://cerebrate.in/wiki/index.php?title=Indian_CEOs_who_twitter
Who Qualifies CEOs of Indian origin. They could either be in India or abroad. Expat CEOs of companies based in India. (example: CEO of Hyundai India) Size of companies doesn't matter. Startups with employee size 1 are as good as Microsoft. CXO's are in too. Top mgmt folks who are COO, CTO, CMO, CIO are good. Founders of organizations (who may not have a CEO title) are good too. (Example, Vijay Anand, Founder, Proto.in
I am glad some of them are in my contacts including my good friend Mukund Mohan

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