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A particular word of thanks to Professor Lenstra and the entire Program Committee for providing us with an academic program of the highest standards and widest interest. I thank the invited speakers for their contribution to the Congress. A word of gratitude for the state and central government departments, and the Prime Minister’s Office for helping us when matters came to a crunch. A special word of gratitude for Mr R. Thyagarajan and Mr N. R. Narayana Murthy for their generous support to the Congress.
Closing Ceremony, 27 August 2010 39 Dinesh Singh The Executive Organizing Committee of the ICM was seized of the importance of mathematics reaching out to the public. Towards this end, it has instituted a one-time international prize of one million Indian rupees for outstanding contribution to public outreach for mathematics by an individual. The prize is named the Leelavati Prize. Leelavati is a twelfth century mathematical treatise by the Indian mathematician Bhaskaracharya. In the book, the author poses a series of mathematics problems as challenges to one Leelavati and follows them up with indications of solutions.
Varadhan Dance at the Congress Closing Ceremony, 27 August 2010 Dinesh Singh, University of Delhi (anchor person) All good things have to end and it looks like a very good thing is about to end. It has been a delight, it has been a learning experience for all of us and it is something that reinforces our beliefs as mathematicians. All such conferences require enormous planning, but more than that, they call for boldness of vision, dynamism of effort and steadfastness of purpose. We were fortunate to have them all in our Organising Committee, and particularly so in its Chairman, Professor M.