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Times Now celebrates richest Indians in the Middle East

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MUMBAI: Times Now, India's leading news channel felicitated 15 successful Indians in the Middle East, at the second edition of Arabian Indian Czars Award. The awards night was graced by Devendra Fadnavis, Hon. Chief Minister of Maharashtra, T.P. Seetharam, Hon. Indian Ambassador to the UAE, Sheikh Ahmad Bin Byat, CEO, Dubai Holdings, Anurag Bhushan and Hon. Consul General of India to UAE.

Hon. Chief Minister of Maharashtra and a delegation comprising teams from MMRDA, MADC and MIDC met officials in the UAE with regard to the “Make in India” initiative by the Government of India.

A total of fifteen awardees for the night were, B R Shetty, Chairman-NMC group, Dr Azad Moopen, Chairman-B M Healthcare, Dr Ravi Pillai, Chairman-Aarti Group of Companies, FerozAllana, Director at IFFCO, Harshad Mehta, Chairman-Seven Seas Diamonds, Micky Jagtiani, Chairman-Landmark Group, PNC Menon, Founder- Shobha Developers, Raghuvendra Kataria, Chairman-Kataria Holdings, Rizwan Sajan, Founder & Chairman-Danube, Nawab Shaji Ul Mulk, Founder & Chairman-Mulk Holdings, Sunny Varkey, Founder & Chairman-GEMS Education, Tony Jashanmal, Group Executive Director Jashanmal Group, Yusuffali M.A. Managing Director-Lulu Group, Dr. Shamsheer Vayalil, Managing Director of VPS Healthcare and Sunil Vaswani, Group Chairman, Stallion Group.

The prominent business tycoons were from, different sectors of Construction, Education, Engineering, Finance & Banking, Real Estate, FMCG, Retail, Jewellery, Telecom, Textile, Healthcare and Petroleum& Chemicals. On this occasion Hon'ble Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Phadnis said ''Achieving Excellence requires continuous improvement and long term perseverance. A rare trait indeed. We firmly believe that individuals and organizations should lay emphasis on building institutions that value excellence and propriety. We are happy to be associated with Times Now and the ''Arabian Czar Platform'' for recognizing Leaders across GCC who have built great companies and created value for all their stakeholders.''

Naveen Chandra, Head of International Business for Times Network said, ''Indians in most countries, they choose to adopt have achieved great success with their grit and perseverance. The rules of doing business in various countries don't have a home advantage so it is doubly remarkable that they have achieved such heights of glory. This is our endeavor to recognize them and we hope to be able to expand the scope of these awards in the years ahead.''

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