Mumbai, Oct.30: Ronald Colaco, Businessman, a non-resident Indian from Mangalore, Dakshina Kannada District have been selected for the Karnataka Rajyotsava Award 2017 by the State Government of Karnataka on occasion of 62nd Kannada Rajyotsava celebration.
Recently, Ronald was honored by Times Now English Channel of times group for the term 2016. Being Indian, Ronald was into business in abroad and through his achievements he managed to be the successful businessman. He has been elected for the award for the services he rendered in the field of profession, art, literature, social work and also for the significant services towards the Nation.
Successful businessman Ronald Colaco belongs to Mangalore, Dakshina Kannada District. Along with social service he also renders services in various other fields. Being a donor, he rendered services for the benefits of the society, especially to the people of Dakshina Kannada, to the needy, and to various institutions.
He received various awards in India and Abroad for his social service. In 2015 he was awarded International Recognition Award Through Leadership In Service Excellency by the Prime Minister of Australia.
The grand celebration will be organized by the State Government of Karnataka on 2nd November at Bangalore. H Siddaramaiah - chief minister, will be honoring Karnataka Rajyotsava Award 2017 and will offer golden medal, cash, memento to Ronald along with other eminent personalities in various fields.
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