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NDTV is back with tenth edition of Indian of the year award

27-January-2016
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NDTV is back with tenth edition of Indian of the year award

NDTV Indian of the Year is back with its 2015 edition. The tenth edition of the Indian of the Year award in association with LIC is not only about felicitating individual achievements but it’s also about saluting ideologies and identities that have made a significant impact in our lives.

The NDTV Indian of the Year 2015 will recognise the Indians and ideas whose contribution to the country have strengthened the foundation of our society and helped build Brand India. These iconic Indians and their ideologies will be honoured in New Delhi next week.

Over the years, the recipients of these prestigious awards include Ratan Tata, Shahrukh Khan, Justice J.S Verma, Anna Hazare, Late Pandit Ravi Shankar, Sachin Tendulkar, heroes of the Mumbai terrorist attacks; the Election Commission of India; the World Cup winning Indian Cricket Team and many more.

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