|Intro||Indian business woman|
|Is||Business executive Businessperson Publisher Media Executive|
|Type||Business Film, TV, Stage & Radio Journalism|
|Birth||8 September 1936, Faizabad, Faizabad district, Uttar Pradesh, India|
Indu Jain belongs to the Sahu Jain family and is the current chairperson of India's largest media group, Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd., which owns the Times of India and other large newspapers. She is widowed with two sons.
According to Forbes 2015 rankings, Indu Jain had a net worth of $3.1 billion and was ranked 57th-richest person in India and 549th-richest person in the world.
Indu Jain is Chairperson of The Times Group. In her capacity as Chairperson of The Times Group, Indu has since infused new energy into the growth of India's largest media house.
The Times Foundation, which she founded and carefully guides. The Times Foundation runs Community Services, Research Foundation and Times Relief Fund for disaster reliefs like floods, cyclones, earthquakes and epidemics.
Indu Jain is also founder President of the Ladies wing of FICCI (FLO (March 2017 ))she is Chairperson of the Bharatiya Jnanpith Trust, which awards India's most prestigious and highest literary award, the Jnanpith award and supports endeavours .
Indu Jain spearheads a movement to spread the principles of peace globally.
Ms Jain was awarded the Padma Bhushan by the Government Of India in January 2016.
Indu Jain was married to Ashok Kumar Jain by whom she had two sons, Samir Jain, Vineet Jain and a daughter. Her husband died on February 4, 1999 in Cleveland, United States at age of 65, following a heart transplant on January 10.