Former PM Manmohan Singh Conferred With Lifetime Achievement Honour in UK

Former PM Manmohan Singh Conferred With Lifetime Achievement Honour in UK

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Category : Awards Published on: February 02 2023

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  • Former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh was recently conferred a Lifetime Achievement Honour by the India-UK Achievers Honours in London for his contribution to economic and political life.
  • The Honour will be handed over to him in New Delhi by the National Indian Students and Alumni Union UK at a later date
  • It is given to highlight the achievements of Indian students studying in UK universities.
  • Dr. Manmohan Singh has been awarded Lifetime Achievement Honors for his academic achievements at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge.
  • British Indian peer Lord Karan Bilimoria received the Living Legend Honour at the awards ceremony on January 25.
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