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Asia’s ‘Nobel Prize’ winners for 2008 announced
The presentation ceremony for Asia’s Nobel Prize, the Ramon Magsaysay Award, will take place on August 31 in Manila. Celebrating the memory of the third president of the Philippines, this year’s prize goes to seven people and one organization from India, Indonesia, Japan, the Philippines, Thailand and Sri Lanka.
Indian anti-corruption activist wins Ramon Magsaysay Award.
Arvind Kejiriwal gets the Asian Nobel Prize as "emergent leader" but is shunned and ostracised at home.
04/08/2009 PHILIPPINES - ASIA
Asian Nobel of 2009, environmental and human rights activists awarded
They come from Thailand, India, Philippines, Myanmar and China, the Winners of the 2009 Ramon Magsaysay Award, in memory of former Philippine president. They are "true Asian heroes" because they do not surrender in front of "pressure and adversity."
26/07/2012 PHILIPPINES - ASIA
Asian Nobels for 2012 reward sustainable development
The names of Ramon Magsaysay awardees have been announced. The environment and poverty are the main themes. Winners come from Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Philippines and Taiwan. Working with commitment, competence and collaborative leadership can transform the lives of millions. The award ceremony is set for 31 August in Manila.
30/08/2004 PHILIPPINES - INDIA - PAKISTAN
Indian and Pakistani peace activists awarded Asia's Noble Prize
28/08/2004 CHINA - PHILIPPINES
SARS doctor under house arrest: "I cannot receive the award"
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