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Hindi Awards Indian Of The Year 2013

Indian Of The Year 2013 Hindi AWARDS on IBN7

The CNN–News18 Indian of the Year, is an award ceremony that recognises the outstanding achievements of Indians who have shown excellence in their respective fields throughout the year. The awards are given in Politics, Sports, Business, Entertainment, Public Service, and Global Indian. The award function recognised various Indians who have succeeded in making India proud. It offers credit to such people for making a significant impact on our country and society. The Indian Of The Year award ceremony occurred at the Taj Palace in New Delhi.

The selection process involves the IBN Editorial Board. After making a list of nominees and then a respected jury, including people with prestigious Padma honors, the final approval is given. In the politics category, Arvind Kejriwal was recognized for making a powerful entry into politics, and for his unique way pf changing the strategies of two national parties in a short period. PV Sindhu received the award for outstanding contributions and achievements in badminton. She won a medal at the World Championship. In the business field, Rajiv Bajaj was acknowledged for leading the world's most profitable auto company, and that too brilliantly. Kapil Sharma Kapil Sharma was born in a small town of Amritsa >> Read More... was praised for creating and given the award for the Best Entertainer because of his next contribution in the entertainment field, also because of his great sense of humour! 

This year, ADR and Lily Thomas were honored for leading a case that changed the law of preventing convicted politicians from running in elections. This case was a significant contribution in the social welfare, and so both ADR and Lily Thomas received much appreciation.  Special achievement awards were also credited to Team ITBP and NDRF.  The most honorable award, Indian of the Year 2013, went to the campaign of Stop Acid Attacks. Acid Attacks are as brutal as death, and indeed, all acid attack victims suffer daily so much more than all of us. This step united survivors, raised awareness, and provided long-term medical help to victims by taking help from the government.