Queen’s Birthday Honours 2020: Honorees from Australia’s Indian community

Medical professionals, community heroes and arts champions lead the way this year

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Congratulating the Indian-origin recipients of the Member of the Order of Australia (AM) and Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) awards at the 2020 Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Brisbane’s Prof. Ranjeny Thomas, AM For significant service to medical education and research, and to rheumatology

Queen’s Birthday Honours 2020: Honorees from Australia’s Indian community

Melbourne’s Dr Arumugam Alagappa Arumugam AM  For significant service to medicine, to psychiatric health care, and to professional groups

Newcastle’s Dr Mulavana Santhadevi Parvathy, OAM For service to medicine, and to medical education

Queen’s Birthday Honours 2020: Honorees from Australia’s Indian community

Melbourne’s Shobha Sekhar, OAM For service to Indian music and dance

Queen’s Birthday Honours 2020: Shobha Sekhar, OAM

Melbourne’s Dr Rama RAO, OAM For service to Indian music and dance

Queen’s Birthday Honours 2020: Honorees from Australia’s Indian community

Melbourne’s Sivaganga Sahathevan, OAM For service to the Indian community of Victoria, and to music.

Queen’s Birthday Honours 2020: Honorees from Australia’s Indian community

Canberra’s Lakshman Prasad-Alluri, OAM For service to the Indian community of the Australian Capital Territory

Queen’s Birthday Honours 2020: Honorees from Australia’s Indian community

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