Friday, January 26, 2007

indian ambassador speaks at stanford feb 1

jan 26th, 2007

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From: South Asia Electronic Mailing for Seminars/Conferences <>
Date: Jan 25, 2007 12:13 AM
Subject: Invitation:  Thursday, February 1 - Contemporary Asia Seminar

Thursday, February 1 – Contemporary Asia Seminar
"Changing Dynamics in US-India Relations"
Ronen Sen, Ambassador of India to the United States

Mr. Sen was born on 9 April 1944. After graduating from college he
joined the Indian Foreign Service in July 1966. From May 1968 to July
1984, Sen served in Indian missions and posts in Moscow, San
Francisco and in Dhaka and in the Ministry of External Affairs. He
has also served as secretary to the Atomic Energy Commission of India.

From July 1984 to December 1985, Mr. Sen served as the joint
secretary in the Ministry of External Affairs. He was thereafter
joint secretary to the prime minister of India from January 1986 to
July 1991 where he was responsible for foreign affairs, defense, and
science and technology.

Mr. Sen was ambassador to Mexico from September 1991 to August 1992;
ambassador to the Russian Federation from October 1992 to October
1998; ambassador to Germany from October 1998 to May 2002; and high
commissioner to the United Kingdom from May 2002 to April 2004. Sen
assumed charge as ambassador of India to the United States of America
in August 2004.

The Ambassador participated in summit meetings in the United Nations,
Commonwealth, Non-Aligned Movement, Six Nation Five Continent Peace
Initiative, South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation, IAEA,
G-15 and other forums and also in over 160 bilateral summit meetings.
He had several assignments as special envoy of the prime minister of
India for meetings with foreign government representatives and heads
of state.

4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Philippines Conference Room
Encina Hall, third floor, central
616 Serra Street, Stanford University
Contact Neeley Main at or 650-723-8387 for more
The Ambassador's visit is co-sponsored with the Center for
International Security and Cooperation at Freeman Spogli Institute
and the Stanford Center for International Development at Stanford
Institute for Economic Policy Research.

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1 comment:

KapiDhwaja said...

India-Hater, Barbara Crossette expresses her "love" for India...