Queen's Birthday Honours 2019: The Indian-origin AM and OAM recipients

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Indian Link in conversation with the Indian-origin recipients of the Member of the Order of Australia (AM) and Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) awards at the 2019 Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Melbourne’s Prof. Jayashri Kulkarni, AM – recognised for significant service to medicine in the field of psychiatry.

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Melbourne’s Prof. Winita Hardikar, AM – recognised for significant service to medicine, particularly to paediatric liver disease and transplantation.

Brisbane’s Maha Sinnathamby, AM – recognised for significant service to the building and construction sector, and to the community.

Sinnathamby.Indian Link

Brisbane’s Prof. Arun Kumar Sharma, AM – recognised for significant service to computer science and information technology.

Sharma.Indian Link

ACT’s Distinguished Prof. Dharmendra Prakash Sharma, AM – recognised for significant service to higher education, and to computer science.

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Melbourne’s Shashi Kant Kochhar, OAM – recognised for service to the community through charitable initiatives.

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ACT’s Dr Krishna Dhana Nadimpalli, OAM – recognised for service to multiculturalism in the Australian Capital Territory.

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Melbourne’s Jayashree Ramachandran, OAM – recognised for service to the performing arts through Indian music and dance.

Researchers, academics and community warriors represent the Indian community yet again on the occasion of Queen’s Birthday Honours.

READ ALSO: Australia Day Awards 2020: Tasneem Chopra, OAM

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