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Sr Naresh becomes the first Indian actor to be conferred AMB Lt. Colonel Sir honor

Saturday, November 25, 2023 • Tamil Comments
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Sr. Naresh is not only celebrated for his outstanding performances but also for his impeccable comedic timing. In addition, he is recognized for his strong stance on various contemporary issues at both the national and international levels. Recently, the National Academy of Security and Defence Planning (NASDP) and the International Special Court of Arbitration & Human Rights (ISCAHR), a crucial wing of the UNO registered with NATO, the European Union, the USA, and many other countries, organized its 5th World Congress at Autumn Hall in the Luxent Hotel in Quezon City, Philippines (Manila) on the 24th of this month.

The meeting commenced with an address by AMB Gen. Sir Diwakar Chandra Sarkar, the Secretary-General of NASDP. Notable attendees included the chief policy advisor of the Philippines, Miss Clarita R Carlos, the Minister for Health, 12 military generals from the navy, air wing, and ground force, several brigade generals, inspector generals of police, colonels, deputy ministers from various countries, diplomats, and delegates from Thailand and other nations. Dr. Naresh Vijayakrishna from India was also present to receive honors.

Dr. Naresh's lectures on terrorism at the national headquarters of the Police and Defense were highly appreciated. He was honored with Knighthood and the prestigious title of 'Sir.' Additionally, he was conferred with an Honorary Doctorate in Military Arts and Human Service, earning a PhD and recognition as a Fellow of Arbitration & Peace Mediation. The title of Civil Rights Defender was also bestowed upon him.Dr. Naresh has been appointed as a Goodwill Ambassador of Military Arts, holding the position of Lieutenant Colonel and Superintendent of the Indian Command in the NASDP’s International Counter-Terrorism Centre with full diplomatic immunity internationally.

In his welcome address, Dr. Naresh emphasized the media's significant role in demoralizing and curbing terrorism, alongside governments and United Nations organizations. He pledged to champion this cause as a celebrity and diplomat. Dr. Naresh also advocated for the recruitment of every student into the National Cadet Corps in India and other countries to instill a sense of responsibility toward the nation.He is now officially referred to as AMB Lt. Colonel Sir Dr. Naresh Vijayakrishna Ph.D. Dignitaries congratulated him on his new appointment and honors.

Naresh holds the distinction of being the first actor in India to receive such prestigious honors and postings. The event was graced by the presence of Dr. Krizz from Thailand, Dr. Suresh Agarwal, a lifestyle specialist and university head, and veteran actress Pavithra Lokesh, all of whom were recognized with a medal for their contributions to the arts.As Naresh celebrates his 50th year in the film industry, this honor is a remarkable achievement and a testament to his enduring legacy as an actor.

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