Sir Mark Tully was conferred with Lifetime Achievement Award 2019 at UK-India Awards in London

Veteran British journalist Sir Mark Tully was conferred with Lifetime Achievement Award 2019 at UK-India Awards in London. The award celebrate special talents and organisations who use their worldwide influence to strengthen UK-India ties.

Sir William Mark Tully:
Sir William Mark Tully, KBE is the former Bureau Chief of the BBC, New Delhi. He worked with the BBC for a period of 30 years before resigning in July 1994. He held the position of Chief of Bureau, BBC, Delhi, for 20 years. He has received awards and written books. He is a member of the Oriental Club. He has been previously knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in the UK and conferred with the Padma Bhushan in India.

UK-Indian Awards:
The UK-India Awards 2019 now in its third year. The Awards brings together over 300 senior leaders from the world of business, politics, diplomacy, media, arts & culture to recognise individuals and organisations. All nominees and winners are inspirational figures at cutting edge of business, technology, innovation, international relations and culture.

Other Awardees:
Market Entrant of the Year category– Oyo, Indian hospitality
Social Impact category– British Telecom (BT)
Global Indian Icon of the Year– Kunnal Nayyar, best known for his role as Rajesh Koothrappali on US sitcom
The Big Bang Theory Special Significant Contribution to UK-India Relations Award– To Indian-origin peer and Cobra Beer founder
Lord Karan Bilimoria Start-up of the Year Award– Maanch, a new platform that matches up funders and receivers to accelerate global sustainable development

Take Mock Tests

Government Schemes Mock Test Start Test!
Political Science Mock Test – 42 Start Test
History Test – 190 Start Test
Quantitative Aptitude Test Start Test!
Data Interpretation - Mock Test Start Test!
General Awareness - Mock Test Start Test!
Reasoning Ability - Mock Test Start Test!
We will be happy to hear your thoughts

Leave a reply
Register New Account