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INDIA INC. LEADERS’ SUMMIT
INDIA GLOBAL AWARDS
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INDIA INC. LEADERS’ SUMMIT
INDIA GLOBAL AWARDS

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All-Women Jury 2019

Shalni Arora

Shalni Arora
CEO of Savannah Wisdom

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Deborah D’Aubney

Deborah D’Aubney
Director, General Counsel,
Rolls Royce plc.

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Ruth Davidson

Ruth Davidson
Leader of the Scottish Conservative Party

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Rt Hon. Patricia Hewitt

Rt Hon. Patricia Hewitt
Former UK Cabinet Minister

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Gina Miller

Gina Miller
Founder of True & Fair Foundation

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Falguni Nayar

Falguni Nayar
Founder of Nykaa.com

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2019 Winners

The UK-India 2019 Awards winners were as follows:

Deal of the Year

Winner: EverSource Capital

Nominees:

Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL) / Edina

EverSource Capital / Lightsource BP

Actis

Kerala Infrastructure Investment Fund Board

Market Entrant of the Year

Winner: OYO Hotel & Homes

Nominees:

Ola UK

OYO Hotels & Homes

Kolte Patil

Taj Vivanta

Start-up of the Year

Winner: Maanch

Nominees:

Envopap

Maanch

Supplycompass

BuffaloGrid

Fund of the Year

Winner: The SoftBank Vision Fund

Nominees:

EverSource Capital

The SoftBank Vision Fund

Unicorn Ascension Fund

APIS Partners LLP

Ashoka India Equity Investment Trust

Trade & Investment Promotion Agency of the Year

Winner: Manchester India Partnership

Nominees:

Manchester India Partnership

techUK

Trade and Invest Wales

City of London Corporation

Law Firm of the Year

Winner: Baker McKenzie

Nominees:

Ashurst LLP

Baker McKenzie

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP

Stephenson Harwood

DLA Piper

Finance Organisation of the Year

Winner: AXIS Bank Limited

Nominees:

Sun Global Investments Ltd

Santander Corporate & Commercial

Barclays India

AXIS Bank Limited

Social Impact Project of the Year

Winner: BT

Nominees:

BT

John Lewis

Neev Fund

BP

Consultancy Firm of Year

Winner: Sannam S4 Ltd

Nominees:

Sannam S4 Ltd

Kingston Smith

PwC

Grant Thornton UK LLP

Deloitte UK

Special Arts & Culture Award

Winner: The Troth - Akademi

WINNER:

The Troth – Akademi

Significant Contribution to UK-India Relations

Winner: Lord Karan Bilimoria

Winner: Lord Karan Bilimoria

Global Indian Icon Award

Winner: Kunal Nayyar

Winner: Kunal Nayyar

Lifetime Achievement Award

Winner: Sir Mark Tully

Winner: Sir Mark Tully

Nomination Categories 2020

For an outstanding investment made by an Indian company in the past 12 months.
For the start-up that has shown outstanding growth potential and capacity for social impact.
For the fund that has invested the most/had the greatest impact within the Indian economy.
For the global IPA that has been most successful in promoting trade with India.
For the law firm that has overseen the most significant deals between Indian and global businesses.
For an outstanding financial services organisation that has most benefited the Indian economy in the past twelve months.
For an outstanding social impact project with the greatest tangible results in India.
For the consultancy firm that has advised on the largest number of deals involving Indian companies in the last 12 months.
For an outstanding contribution to advances in the field of Science and Technology.
For the Arts, Culture or Media project that has most impacted a global audience.
For outstanding athletic performance with a social legacy.
For the Indian State whose policies and initiatives have done most to facilitate international trade.
For an individual who has represented India on the global stage with distinction – showcasing India’s culture and values to a worldwide audience.
For an individual who was devoted their life’s work to bridging the connection between India and the world.
For making a significant contribution to India’s globalisation story in the past 12 months.

Photo Gallery 2019

A snapshot of our 2019 UK-India Awards night.

2019 Awards Video Gallery

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PRESS COVERAGE 2019

Ease migration rules for Indians to win post-Brexit deals, say MPs

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UK needs to boost India relations to seal trade deals

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MPs warn against UK neglecting ties with India in favour of China

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UK is ‘falling behind’ in race to engage with a ‘rising India’, MPs Warn

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Britain has failed to strengthen relationship with India, says new report

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Britain ‘falling behind’ in global race to engage with India

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UK-India week 2019 in London: The event line-up

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UK falling behind in race to engage with India, says Parliament inquiry

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UK falling behind in race to engage with rising India

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UK not engaging enough with rising India, says key panel

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UK is ‘falling behind’ in race to engage with a ‘rising India’, MPs warn

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UK falling behind in race to engage with India, warns UK Parliament inquiry

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UK ‘must welcome more Indians to get trade deal’

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NHS Digital chief executive listed in 100 most influential women in UK India relations

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UK-India Week 2019: Setting the pace for winning partnerships

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Pakistan’s large-scale terrorism industry prevents it from behaving like normal neighbour: S Jaishankar

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Attracting talent from India is crucial for UK success

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Brexit or no Brexit, India never says no to business: Jaishankar

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Pak’s large-scale terrorism industry prevents it from behaving like “normal neighbour”: Jaishankar

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Britain is a ”steadfast friend” of India: UK minister

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Mark Tully Gets Lifetime Achievement Award For Role In UK-India Ties

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UK-India Week: Interactions across three continents at Global Leaders’ Summit

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2018 Winners

The UK-India 2018 Awards winners were as follows:

Deal of the Year

Winner: Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency

Nominees:

Avendus Capital
Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency(IREDA)
Lulu Group International/Twenty14 Holdings

Science, Technology & Innovation Award

Winner: Carbon Clean Solutions

Nominees:

Wipro
Accord Healthcare
Wipro Lighting
Carbon Clean Solutions

Social Impact Project of the Year

Winner: Standard Chartered Bank

Nominees:

Vodafone Foundation
Reed Smith
Marks & Spencer
Standard Chartered Bank

Media, Arts & Culture Award

Winner: Partition Museum

Nominees:

Science Museum
BBC News Indian Languages
James Erskine, 200 Not Out Films and Carnival Cinemas
Partition Museum

Financial Services Organisation of the Year

Winner: London Stock Exchange

Nominees:

London Stock Exchange
Wadhawan Global Capital
Barclays Bank India

Trade & Investment Promotion Organisation of the Year

Winner: Manchester India Partnership

Nominees:

Manchester India Partnership
TechUK
Midlands Engine
Confederation of British Industry

Law firm of the Year

Winner: Trilegal

Nominees:

Wedlake Bell
Linklaters
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas
Trilegal

Consultancy firm of the Year

Winner: Sannam S4

Nominees:

Sannam S4
Grant Thornton
Kingston Smith

PR firm of the Year

Winner: Sterling Media

Nominees:

Avian Media
Sterling Media
Ogilvy & Mather

Professional of the Year

Winner: Pat Saini, Penningtons Manches LLP

Nominees:

Cyril Shroff, Founder & Managing Partner, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas
Pat Saini, Partner & Head of Immigration, Penningtons Manches LLP
Arbinder Chatwal, Partner, BDO
David Landsman, Executive Director, Tata Sons

Significant Contribution to UK-India Relations

Winner: British Council India

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Global Indian Icon Award

Winner: Shilpa Shetty Kundra

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2018 Awards Gallery

A snapshot of our 2018 UK-India Awards night.

Press Coverage 2018

Post Brexit UK-India partnership can shape global economy

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Post Brexit UK-India partnership can shape global economy

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BJP will win over 300 seats in 2019 election: Piyush Goyal

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FICCI launches initiatives to promote India-UK trade and investment

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Student visa snub is ‘kick in teeth’ for India

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Post Brexit UK-India partnership can shape global economy

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Can’t say that I miss Delhi’s air quality, says top UK minister

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London Mayor condemns UK’s visa policy towards Indian students, terms it ‘offensive’

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Malavika’s Mumbaistan: London calling

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Liam Fox stands firm as fears mount over India trade links on visa hit

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UK links India’s refusal to sign MoU on illegal migrants to strict student visa norms

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Niti Aayog is India’s action tank: Rajiv Kumar

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UK political leader blames Theresa May’s ‘rigidity’ for Indian student visa row

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India questions UK’s linking refusal to sign MoU on illegal migrants to strict student visa norms

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Indian High Commissioner to UK says Brexit is both “opportunity and challenge” for India-UK relations

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A chorus against U.K.’s ‘hostile policy’ on Indian student visas

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UK political leader blames May’s ‘rigidity’ for Indian student visa controversy

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Not impossible at all for India to achieve a double-digit growth rate : Piyush Goyal

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London Mayor condemns UK’s visa policy towards Indian students, terms it ‘offensive’

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FM Goyal hopful of achieving double-digit growth rate

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Double digit growth in India should make us rethink where our trade priorities lie, regardless of Brexit

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An Indian summer in the UK

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Sadiq Khan: London’s status as the world’s shopping capital is under threat

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Lord Bilimoria among top 100 influencers in the UK-India relations By H S Rao

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London Stock Exchange, Standard Chartered big winners at UK-India Awards

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2017 Winners

The UK-India 2017 Awards winners were as follows:

Deal of the Year – UK

Winner: Intas Pharmaceuticals

Nominees:

Intas Pharmaceuticals
Liberty House
Piramal Enterprises

Deal of the Year – India

Winner: Indo UK Institute of Health

Nominees:

Apis Partners
Indo UK Institute of Health
Vodafone

Financial Services Organisation of the Year

Winner: Sun Global Investments Ltd

Nominees:

Apis Partners
London Stock Exchange
Sun Global Investments Ltd

New Market Entrant of the Year – UK

Winner: The LaLiT London

Nominees:

The LaLiT London
Oremus Corporate Services
Tenon fm

Marketing/PR Campaign of the Year

Winner: Typhoo Tea Limited

Nominees:

Brooke Bond
Dabur
Typhoo Tea limited

Consultancy Firm of the Year

Winner: Grant Thornton

Nominees:

BDO
Grant Thornton
Kingston Smith

Law Firm of the Year – India

Winner: Luthra & Luthra

Nominees:

AZB
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas
Luthra & Luthra
Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas

Law Firm of the Year – UK

Winner: Linklaters

Nominees:

Allen & Overy
Linklaters
Reed Smith

Professional of the Year

Winner: Zia Mody, AZB Partners

Nominees:

Zia Mody, AZB Partners
Anuj Chande, Grant Thornton
Chris Parsons, Herbert Smith UK
Nikhil Rathi, LSE PLC

CSR Project of the Year

Winner: Reckitt Benckiser

Nominees:

Geosansar
HSBC
Marks & Spencer
Reckitt Benckiser
Rolls Royce

Outstanding Contribution Award

Priti Patel

Former UK International Development Minister

Lifetime Achievement of the Year

Patricia Hewitt

Former Chair, UK India Business Council

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