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By Nirmalya Kumar
The triumph of India's ruling Congress Party coalition raises investor hopes for the economy. With Prime Minister Manmohan Singh no longer depending on leftist parties as coalition partners, New Delhi has an opportunity to achieve economic reforms that could help Indian companies in the local market and globally. While the financial crisis has made overseas deals more difficult, many Indian companies hope to become global players. Here are brief profiles of some of India’s powerhouses.