A trio of Indian Americans were among nearly four dozen judges appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio to various posts throughout New York City.The 46 judges were named to the Family, Criminal and Civil courts by de Blasio, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported. In total, 13 judges on the list are new hires, and 33 are being reappointed, the publication said.Among those reappointed were Deepa Ambekar in the civil court and Raja Rajeswari in the criminal court. Among the new appointments include Archana Rao, who was named to a civil court post.Ambekar is a judge in the Kings County Criminal Court. Rajeswari, who was the first South Asian woman to be named to a judge position in the state, serves as a criminal court judge in Staten Island, where she has been since April 2015. Before that, she was the assistant district attorney at the Richmond County District Attorney`s Office from November 1998 until 2015. Rao was a deputy bureau chief at the special prosecutions bureau in the Manhattan District Attorney`s Office. She joined the Manhattan District Attorney`s Office in 2001.