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Recognitioin for Indian students in UK Parliament complex

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Sanam Arora, founder and chair, NISAU-UK adressing the gathering while Virendra Sharma, veteran Labour MP and Chair of the Indo-British APPG is seen seated to her right and Lord Karan Bilimoria, Co-Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG)sto her left (Picture credit: Twitter/ NISAU-UK)

The educational and professional achievements of Indian students will get a rare recognition at the UK Parliament complex in London where the latest India-UK Achievers Honours will be unveiled as a mark of appreciation of their efforrts towards strengthening bilateral ties.

Coinciding with 75 years of India's independence, as many as 75 top achievers will be honoured. This was announced at an event organised by the National Indian Students and Alumni Union UK (NISAU-UK) in collaboration with the British Council in India as part of their year-long India/UK Together Season of Culture.

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