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Sports Awards entries near finishing line

Ravi Nyayapati – Sports Awards entries-Ravi Nyayapati Web

Entries and nominations to the Fifth Annual Indian Newslink Indian Sports Awards (INLISA) would be closing soon and for who are yet to submit their nominations and entries, NOW would be a good time!

Over the past year, Indian Newslink has honoured its commitment to give more prominence to sports, both in terms of coverage on an ongoing basis, and giving the popular Annual Awards function a significant boost, with increased community engagement.

Connecting communities

The socio-political significance of sports cannot be emphasised enough.

Awards such as these help connect the community, friends and family with an emotional bond.  Indian Newslink has aimed to bring into limelight the achievements of sports personalities of the growing Indian community.

We know that there is an abundance of talent and potential in the community; it is their time to shine and be duly recognised.

We are grateful to get our readers and well-wishers who have helped spread this message across to the various sports bodies to help keep the nominations roiling.

As previously reported, the panel of judges have held their initial meetings to set the process of evaluation, verification of details and other criteria.

The Judges

The Independent Panel of Judges consists of Ravi Nyayapati (Convenor), Judge Dave McNaughton, Dame Susan Devoy, Inspector Rakesh Naidoo, Denise Ewe, Pam Cummings, Jamie Milne, Priyanca Radhakrishnan, Dr Philly Karani and Aklesh Patel.

Indian Newslink is proud to have a diverse and noted group of individuals on the judges’ panel, who represent a broad range of achievements and experience.

These personalities, come from different industries and backgrounds, and either have had some engagement by playing or administering sports, or bring in an element of governance.

Over the next two editions, we will be profiling all the ten judges in our panel.

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