Carnegie Mellon News Online Edition: May 10, 2001: India Honors Reddy
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Raj India Honors Raj Reddy

Raj Reddy, the Herbert A. Simon university professor of computer science and robotics, has received India's prestigious Padma Bhushan Award for outstanding contributions in computer science and information technology. Reddy (left) received the award in New Delhi from India's President K.R. Narayanan (right). The formal presentation ceremony was held at the Rashtrapathi Bhavan, the White House of India. The Padma Bhushan is one of the highest national awards in India. Other notable U.S. recipients include John Galbraith, former U.S. ambassador to India, and Arun Netravili, president of Bell Labs.


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