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 Indian-origin awardees are a not only a source of inspiration for the community, but also inform the mainstream of the wealth of talent that migrants bring in

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A forest of opportunity: Dr Sadanandan E K Nambiar, AO

For service to science, particularly in the field of sustainable productivity and management of forests, as a researcher and author, and as a role model for young scientists

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Green guardian: Scientia Professor Deo Karan Prasad, AO

For distinguished service to architecture, particularly in the field of sustainable urban design, as an academic and researcher, and to the solar renewable energy sector

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Science as well as religion: Dr Pratish Chandra Bandopadhayay, OAM

For service to the Bengali and Nepalese communities

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A lifetime in education: Kumarasamy Sivakumar, OAM

For service to education

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Creating a classical culture: Radhey Shyam Gupta, OAM

Service to the arts through classical Indian music

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