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Lord Bilimoria, Nandakumara Bag Excellence Award
Thursday, March 22, 2007

Lord Bilimoria, the famous NRI industrialist and founder of Cobra Beer has been awarded with the 2006 Indian International Foundation Annual Award for exhibiting brilliance in industry.

He founded the Cobra Beer in 1989 with a mere loan of 20,000 pounds at a young age of 28 years. His excellence in turning the company into a global beer brand is enough to speak for itself. The company enjoys an annual turnover of 145 million pounds.

Apart from had been honored with a number of prestigious awards and CBE from the Queen in 2004, Lord Bilimoria also enjoys the status of being Chancellor of Thames Valley University, London.

M N Nandakumara has won the award for his marvelous contribution in promoting Indian Art and Culture in the UK. He holds a master degree in Sanskrit and believed to act as a main force behind Bhavan’s activities of giving Indian culture new meaning and promoting Indian music and dance up to the best level.

The awards were presented by Baroness Usha Prashar, Chairperson of the Judicial Appointments Commission of the UK at a function in UK.

Several famous personalities attended the award function. The list includes the prominent Lord Navnit Dholakia, Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords, Keith Vaz, NRI MP and former Minister for Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Madhav Chandra, Minister (Politics) in the High Commission of India in the UK, Hardyal S Luther, Foundation President, Rami Ranger, MBE NRI industrialist, Judge Mota Singh QC and Kartar Lalvani, NRI industrialist.
 

 

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