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Mr. Arthur, who recently succeeded Sir Rob Young, will be conferred with the Order of the Knight Commander of St Michael and St George. Prince Karim Aga Khan IV has been chosen for the Knight Bachelor of the British Empire honour.
Prominent NRIs in the honours list included Mel Sim Lal, for services to equal opportunities, Monder Ram, Professor of Small Business, De Montfort University, Leicester, for service to black and ethnic minority businesses, and Ranjit Singh, for services to race and community relations. All of them will receive Order of the British Empire (OBE).
The Member of the Order of British Empire (MBE) honour will go to Amratlal Ghelabhai Desai for services to community relations in North London; Amarjit Singh Dhillon for service to the Asian community in South East London; Manilal Iccharam Mistry for services to race Relations in the North West; Amrita Singh, Senior probation officer, London Probation Area for services to the National Probation Service and Chaudhry Asif Yaqub, Director, marketing and International Business Development for services to exports. Other people of Indian origin to receive MBE are Subathira Arunachalam, lately compliance support officer, Inland Revenue; Anjali Dey, New Deal personal adviser, Jobcentre Plus, Dept for Work and Pensions; and Heeranand Lachiram Kirpalani and Jayantilal Sojar Gosar Shah, both from the Ministry of Defence.
Capt. Amarjit Singh Gill of Berkshire Army Cadet Force is made an MBE for his services to the Military.
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