Savitri Devi Singh is daughter of K.P Singh
It belongs to the richest people in the world.
In 2010, his fortune is estimated at 9 billion.
Kushal was born into a peasant family in the town of Gurgaon is located about twenty kilometers from the capital New Delhi.
In the 1950s, he spent nine years in the Deccan Horse Cavalry Regiment pretigieux until his arranged marriage with the daughter of property developer DLF, which had founded in 1946.
He has two children:
* A son, Rajiv, who was born in 1960, vice-chairman of DLF Group.
Kushal Pal Singh, left the army and joined the DLF group after marrying the daughter of the founder in the 1960s. Since its creation, the developer had advised on several homes in residential neighborhoods of New Delhi, but the Indian state, very interventionist at the time, barred the road to property developers. At the request of his stepfather, Kushal attempts to reorient the company towards the sale of car batteries, but it was a semi-failure.
Meet by chance, during a car crash, Rajiv Gandhi, grand-son of Nehru and son of Indira Gandhi, he managed to convince her interest in India to enable developers to be able to develop. In 1975, under pressure from Rajiv Gandhi, the law prohibiting the purchase of agricultural land to do anything other than agricultural land is abolished.
However, the task is complicated because the agricultural lands are generally small areas and can belong to several members of one family. Kushal must convince each owner, one by one. Kushal is a very patient man will maintain friendly relations with the close up of owners of agricultural land around the capital: he attends to weddings, plays mediators in the conflict, renders services to those in need and becomes their benevolent friend. Such behavior, allows him to twenty years to buy 1,400 acres on the outskirts of Delhi. He also applies this same policy in thirty major cities like Bangalore, Hyderabad, Noida, Jaipur and Chennai.
Since 1975, the DLF Group, has built more than 20 million square feet in real estate and has 52 million project. In 2006, the group made a profit of 19.4 billion rupees (273 million) and employs more than eighteen thousand people
Kushal Pal Singh
Born August 15, 1931 in Uttar Pradesh in India, Kushal Pal Singh (KP Singh told) is an Indian businessman whose family controls 80% of the capital of Delhi Land and Finance (DLF) the first developer in India.
KP Singh is yet to personally lead this group and 31 other companies operating in different sectors of the Indian economy.
Born into a poor family, KP Singh went on to study aeronautical engineering in the UK and spent nine years working for the British Indian army in the famous Deccan Horse Regiment Cavalry.
Married in 1960 to the daughter of the founder of Delhi Land and Finance, KP Singh strongly developed this real estate development company since 1975, when Indian law prohibiting the purchase of agricultural land to make building land was abolished under the pressure of Rajiv Gandhi, grand-son of Nehru and son of Indira Gandhi with whom KP Singh had pleaded his own cause.
Spurred by KP Singh, owners of agricultural land surrounding the capital New Delhi gradually consented to sell thousands of acres to the company DLF and the same policy (of negotiating patiently with many owners often a same field) was applied in thirty major cities of India, Hyderabad, Jaipur and Bangalore.
The small town of Gurgaon, located about twenty kilometers from the Indian capital, especially experienced a boom in the 1980s and 1990s with the construction of a business district and shopping malls "Western" , becoming the world capital of "outsourcing" of the world's leading companies in the field of new technologies (computer call centers, etc.)..
The financial center of Mumbai, KP Singh organized in June 2007 IPO of the company DLF to 10% of group capital, and some 1.8 billion euros were then raised by his company.
Estimated at 30 billion dollars in 2008, property of KP Singh was then increased by 20 billion dollars a year.
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KP Singh, age 76, $ 30 billion.
The Indians are really controlling this ranking: eighth position are KP Singh, age 76, and full of $ 30 billion.
Prime real estate developer in the world, he comes from a landowning family. Former Indian army officer, he went into the stone in the 60s, building its first buildings in the suburbs of Delhi.
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Indians richer than Americans
Four Indians among the ten richest men in the world, only two U.S. cons! Much more than the return of the investor Warren Buffett at the top of the list, or 13th in the luxury of our Emperor Bernard Arnault is the major surprise of the Forbes 2008 ranking released Thursday.
Remember well the names of these Asian tycoons, because you have not finished hearing them: Lakshmi Mittal (4th), Mukesh Ambani (5th), his brother Anil Ambani (6th) and KP Singh (8th). The first is already known in France: it is man that France did not want to use Arcelor in 2006, which eventually transpired. We have seen in many French newspapers in recent weeks: Nicolas Sarkozy himself has not got it to make concessions when he removed nearly 600 jobs at its site in Gandrange Moselle.
The other three you are probably less familiar, but they too have started to conquer the world, Mukesh and Anil Ambani, the feuding brothers, 5th and 6th in the standings, no longer speak since 2005, when their mother divided the empire his father, the Reliance group in two. A Mukesh oil, Anil telecommunications. Since then, the market capitalization of their companies have increased tenfold, and in India, their fraternal struggle in the headlines.
Among them is Dallas Ganges! Finally, the least known of the four, KP Singh, is 8th in the standings. This former Indian army officer, aged 76, founded and still directs the DFL, the largest Indian real estate group. And these four musketeers are the tree hiding the forest: no fewer than 53 Indian entrepreneurs come after them in the 1000 Forbes!
The billionaire New Delhi or Bombay are not content to thrive on their domestic market and manage their wealth. As Mittal, they invest more abroad. One of them is also the news of the day: Ratan Tata, Chairman of Tata Motors, the company that markets the Nano, the cheapest car in the world. The third largest Indian takeover of the loop current Jaguar and Land Rover, and announced it was negotiating a loan of two billion euros to finance its operation.
In the 2008 report of the Boston Consulting Group on "the 100 emerging companies that are changing the world," 20 are Indian. There is no chance.
The three heirs of the world's richest people are Indian
Vanisha Mittal, Isha Ambani and Pia Singh took the top three spots of the Forbes heirs of multimillionaires. Girls respectively Lakshmi Mittal, Mukesh Ambani and KP Singh, they are billionaires in power ... It remains to inherit wealth from their fathers.
There was much talk of Vanisha Mittal in 2004 when his father, the boss of Arcelor Mittal, has spent more than 40 million euros for his wedding ... Vanisha now sits on the Board of Directors of the group.
Isha, the only daughter of Mukesh Ambani, the richest man in the world, was only 16 but already has Reliance shares in the company to 55 million euros. Similarly, Pia Singh have 275 million shares in the largest real estate firm in the country which belongs to his father.
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KP Singh is the richest man engaged in real estate, deposed that the bag will lift your company DLF in 2007. This made his fortune go up 10 to 30 billion dollars.
Singh started his company to buy land in Delhi to farmers and building, which soon became one of the companies largest real estate India.
The company expects to raise 1.5 billion dollars this year to put in the bag to a subsidiary of Singapore.
Singh is a golf lover, and now his son Rajiv and daughter Pia are those who operate the company.
KP Singh, India's real estate baron
It is one of the three richest men in Asia and wealthy, owner of a fortune of 30 billion dollars, His name is Kushal Pal Singh, but Singh is known as KP, he also owns the DLF group, the developer largest real estate in India.
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KP Singh - the real estate magnate in India
Singh had a vision to buy land in Gurgaon, a dry land on the outskirts of Delhi. He sees the potential exploitation of this land and today, Gurgaon is one of the typical real estate market in India.
KP Singh - the largest real estate company India DLF Director
KP Singh, the general director of DLF Group and predict could be a real estate mogul in the country of India. DLF has a brilliant leader, to introduce business people in India and is believed by the modern development of Gurgaon - obviously KPSingh.
KP Singh (Kushal Pal Singh) was born on August 15, 1931 in Bulandshahar, Uttar Pradesh. After scientific research and graduate university Meerut, continued to study English for professional aviation engineering. While getting a degree in engineering English, KP Singh was selected for the prestigious Indian military committee selected by the British leaders. He joined the Indian Military Academy in Dehradun and was later granted by officers in The Deccan Horse - a cavalry regiment of the army's reputation in India.
In 1960, KP Singh joined American Universal Electric Company, a joint venture between Universal Electric Company of Owosso, Michigan and his family. KP Singh was later promoted and work in another business - namely, Willard India Limited - a collaboration with ESB organization Philadelphia professional teams in the automotive industry exports of fireworks in India and became general director of management.
In 1979, KP Singh worked for DLF Universal Limited. When American Universal Company merged with the company DLF, KP Singh became the managing director of the new company.
KP Singh had a vision to buy land in Gurgaon, a dry land on the outskirts of Delhi. He sees the potential exploitation of this barren land, and today, Gurgaon is one of the typical real estate market in the country. Currently, DLF has over 100 million square feet of land (1 square foot \ u003d 0.09290304 m 2) under the urban development strategy, commercial and retail throughout the country.
Kushal Pal Singh also held a number of places in India. He is president of ASSOCHAM (Associated Chamber of Commerce and Industry of India) and PHD Chambers of Commerce and Industry. Singh was also awarded "Delhi Ratna" for his valuable contribution to Delhi.
KP Singh, in March 2008 reached the number 8, No. 54 in the ranking of the richest in the world, fast 35 billion U.S. dollars in hand because the share price of DLF Ltd. buying and selling shares high liquidity high.
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K.P. Singh. The owner of DLF Group, the real estate developer of India's largest, is added to the list of losers with a reduction of u $ s 24.5 billion in its fortunes.