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Mark Tully Gets 'Lifetime Achievement Award' at the 'UK-India Awards'

Veteran British journalist Sir Mark Tully was conferred with 'Lifetime Achievement Award' at the 'UK-India Awards' in London for his contributions to UK-India relationship.
Mark Tully Gets 'Lifetime Achievement Award' at the 'UK-India Awards'

About Mark Tully:

  • He is the former Bureau Chief of BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) in New Delhi, India.
  • He has been knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in the UK and also conferred with the Padma Bhushan in India.

About the UK-India Awards:

  • These are annual awards, which celebrate special talents and organisations that use their worldwide influence to strengthen ties between the UK and India.
  • It is an invitation-only black-tie dinner and glittering awards ceremony that celebrates the winning partnership between UK and India.
  • The award ceremony marked the conclusion of annual UK-India Week 2019, which kicked off with 1st ever 'India Day' in the House of Parliament complex in London.
  • UK-India Awards 2019, marks the 3rd year of the Awards and holds significance as for the first time they were selected by an all-women judging panel.
  • It is organised by India Inc., a media house based in London that produces incisive content and events on investment, trade and policy matters relating to India's increasingly globalised economic and strategic agenda.

Question:

Q. Which veteran British journalist was conferred with 'Lifetime Achievement Award' at the 'UK-India Awards' in London for his contributions to UK-India relationship?
a. Sir Matt Tully
b. Sir Matthew Tully
c. Sir Marcus Tully
d. Sir Mark Tully
Mark Tully Gets 'Lifetime Achievement Award' at the 'UK-India Awards' Mark Tully Gets 'Lifetime Achievement Award' at the 'UK-India Awards' Reviewed by Neha Verma on July 01, 2019 Rating: 5

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