London. Indian singer Kanika Kapoor, healthcare workers and high achievers of Indian origin who have made significant contributions to Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) are among the winners at this year’s Asian Achievers Awards (AAA) in London. Kapoor was honored with a special award for his contribution to music as a musician. Dr Nikki Kanani, Chief Clinical Officer at NHS Bexley, has won the ‘Professional of the Year’ award.
Additionally, health care professionals Salman Desai for the North West Ambulance Service, and Dr. Lalita Iyer for her dedication in working with the goal of reducing the number of deaths from the infection during the COVID-19 pandemic were honored. Has been done “The Asian Achievers Awards provide us with a wonderful opportunity to recognize the outstanding achievements of British Asians in the UK,” British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said in a message for the annual awards ceremony held on Friday night.
Singer Kanika Kapoor, who sings songs like ‘Baby Doll’ and ‘Chittiyan Kalaiyan’, said, “The British Prime Minister himself has appreciated these awards. I’m so glad to be in a room full of people who are making a difference.” In the Arts and Culture category, British Indian musician Jasdeep Singh Degun was awarded.
Dr Harren Jhoty OBE won the ‘Business Person of the Year’ award for being at the forefront of British science and innovation. Other winners include Tani Dulay as Entrepreneur of the Year, artist and photographer Paulomi Desai for community service and broadcaster Anila Dhami in the media category. Lifetime Achievement Trophy for Shashikant K. for his work in the British real estate industry and the charitable sector. Provided to Vacaria.
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