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NEW DELHI: Twelve winners of the Times Now Amazing Indians Awards 2022 were felicitated by vice-president Jagdeep Dhankhar and Union power and renewable energy minister RK Singh in New Delhi on Friday.
Addressing the gathering, Dhankhar lauded Times Now for identifying and honouring little known bravehearts who have made a difference. “Many of these are people who appear to be ordinary in their everyday demeanour but are silently and purposefully working in unimaginable ways to radically change the lives of their fellow citizens for the better. We may reflect, for instance, on the Padma Awards. The recipients were not known before awards were announced. But on reflection, we know the right people received them. This is a very big change. If we pervert such kind of commendations and recognition, we do a very great disservice to society and humanity at large,” he said.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi also appreciated Times Network’s Amazing Indians initiative and congratulated the winners in a letter that was read out at the event. “In any nation, transformation is possible only when people drive it….‘Jan bhagidari (people’s participation)’ creates ‘Jan Andolan (public movement)’….Not only do such awards serve to acknowledge grassroots achievers, but they also inspire more people to emulate them,” the PM said in a letter jointly addressed to Times Group vice-chairman and managing director Samir Jain and managing director Vineet Jain.
Shortlisted through an exhaustive pan-India screening process, winners of the Times Now Amazing Indians Awards were selected by a jury headed by Priti Adani, philanthropist and chairperson of the Adani Foundation. Others on the jury were Upasana Kamineni, vice-chairperson, CSR of Apollo Hospitals; space scientist S Nambi Narayanan, sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan; and actor-author Sonali Bendre.
Welcoming the gathering, Vineet Jain said, “Amazing Indians is Times Now’s endeavour to inspire the nation to do more, and to do good. It showcases real stories of real people who have looked adversity in the eye, and not blinked. They have defied the most formidable odds and overcome the most difficult challenges.”
The Amazing Indians Awards 2022 also hosted a special performance by Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, his sons Amaan and Ayaan Ali Bangash, and grandsons Abeer and Zohaan Ali Bangash, who made their stage debut with a recreation of Vande Mataram, titled ‘Three Generations, One Nation’.

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