Harsh Vardhan Shringla

Harsh Vardhan Shringla (born 1962) is an Indian diplomat serving as the 33rd and the current Foreign Secretary of India since 29 January, 2020. He previously served as the Ambassador of India to the United States, the High Commissioner to Bangladesh and Ambassador to Thailand.[4] [5] [6]


Harsh Vardhan Shringla
Ambassador Shringla addressing Indian community in NCAIA Meet in Washington, DC in April 2019
33rd Foreign Secretary of India
Assumed office
29 January 2020[1]
Prime MinisterNarendra Modi
MinisterSubrahmanyam Jaishankar
Preceded byVijay Keshav Gokhale
Ambassador of India to the United States
In office
9 January 2019 – 11 January 2020
Preceded byNavtej Sarna
Succeeded byTaranjit Singh Sandhu
High Commissioner of India to Bangladesh
In office
January 2016 – January 2019
Preceded byPankaj Saran
Succeeded byRiva Ganguly Das[2][3]
Ambassador of India to Thailand
In office
January 2014 – January 2016
Preceded byAnil Wadhwa
Succeeded byBhagwant Singh Bishnoi
Personal details
Born (1962-05-01) 1 May 1962 (age 57)
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
NationalityIndian
Spouse(s)Hemal Shringla
Children1
EducationB.A Hons
Alma materSt. Stephen's College, Delhi Mayo College
OccupationDiplomat
Websiteindianembassyusa.gov.in

Educational BackgroundEdit

Ambassador Shringla was graduated from the St. Stephen's College, Delhi University after being schooled at Mayo College, Ajmer. He worked in the private and public sectors in India prior to joining the Indian Foreign Service. He has published papers on conflict prevention, economic diplomacy, the Indian diaspora, and India-Bangladesh relations.[7]

Diplomatic CareerEdit

Ambassador Shringla joined the IFS in 1984 and in the course of a diplomatic career spanning over 35 years, he has held a variety of positions in New Delhi and abroad. He has served as Ambassador of India to the United States, High Commissioner of India to Bangladesh and Ambassador of India to the Kingdom of Thailand. He has also served in France (UNESCO); India's Permanent Mission to the United Nations in New York; Vietnam (Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City); Israel and South Africa (Durban).[8]

Ambassador Shringla has served in the Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi as Joint Secretary (Director General) responsible for Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Maldives. He has also headed the United Nations Political and SAARC Divisions in the Ministry. Earlier, he served as Director of the Northern Division dealing with Nepal and Bhutan and as Deputy Secretary of the Europe West Division.[8]

Ambassador of India to ThailandEdit

Ambassador Shringla went on his first Ambassadorial assignment to the Kingdom of Thailand and served for two years from January 2014 to January 2016. During his tenure, a number of initiatives between India and Thailand in the political, security, economic and cultural domains brought the two countries closer.[9]

High Commissioner of India to BangladeshEdit

 
Ambassador Harsh Vardhan Shringla (with his wife Hemal Shringla on the right side) having a farewell call on Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina (in the middle) just before moving out to Washington to take charge as Ambassador of India to the United States on 9 December 2019

Ambassador Shringla served with distinction as High Commissioner of India to Bangladesh from January 2016 to January 2019. During his time in Bangladesh, the bilateral relationship between India and Bangladesh witnessed huge strides forward.[10] Ambassador Shringla played a pivotal role in the successful visit of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh to India in April 2017 adding a new chapter to strengthening the bilateral relationship, which Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi described as heralding of a ‘Sonali Adhyay’ or a Golden Era in the bilateral ties.[11] As co-chair of the India-Bangladesh Joint Boundary Working Group[12] Ambassador Shringla has been credited with finalizing the contours of the Land Boundary Agreement with Bangladesh.[13]

Ambassador of India to the United StatesEdit

 
Ambassador Harsh Vardhan Shringla seeing off Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi at New York Airport after completion of his successful visit to US on 27 September 2019

Ambassador Shringla assumed charge as Indian Ambassador to the United States on 9 January 2019 at the age of 55 years making him the youngest Ambassador of India to the United States. He presented his credentials to the President of the United States Donald Trump on 11 January 2019, just two days after his arrival.[14] On 7 February 2019, he received a rousing welcome at the Congressional Reception hosted by the Senate India Caucus and Congressional Caucus on India and Indian-Americans which was attended by an unprecedented 67 Members of the US Congress, including Senators.[15]

In a short but intense period of just one year, Ambassador Shringla exponentially expanded the Embassy’s outreach to the US Congress, the Indian-American community, Indian students in the US, think-tanks, pushed for a whole of government approach in the India-US trade talks and significantly raised the visibility of the India growth story beyond Washington DC in the United States.[16]

 
Shringla speaking on Contemporary India: Foreign Policy, Development Strategy, and Regional Priorities for Modi 2.0 at The Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC on 6 August 2019

A focused outreach in Congress was a central prong of this outreach - Ambassador Shringla personally met with 160 Members of Congress.[17] He addressed and interacted with members of all major think-tanks in Washington DC including the Heritage Foundation, the Hudson Institute, Brookings, Atlantic Council, Center for American Progress.[18]

Ambassador Shringla’s attention to the issues faced by the Indian student community in the US was drawn soon after his arrival in the wake of the Farmington University crisis. With 129 students arrested and detained, Shringla working along with the Embassy team and the Consulates ensured consular access to each and every detained student and all students were either released or allowed to go back to India within about a month. [19]At the same time, to prevent such incidents from recurring, a detailed press release was issued in India and in the US to raise awareness among the Indian student community about the risks of being entrapped in fake universities. Ambassador Shringla was a strong advocate on the issue of visas for high-skilled professionals, raising the issue with relevant US lawmakers and administration agencies to highlight the contributions of Indian professionals to the competitiveness of US companies facing a STEM skills shortage.[20] In his travel across 21 US states, Ambassador Shringla made a concerted effort to reach out to students. In separate visits, he addressed about 300 students at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, at the Harvard Kennedy School, at Georgetown University and hosted Indian students at the Embassy for a “chai and chat” session. He also addressed Indian students in various US universities over video-link. [21]

 
Ambassador Harsh Vardhan Shringla discussing on India-US Relations at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, DC on 30 April 2019

The biggest event undoubtedly was Howdy Modi in Houston on 22 September 2019 where Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi was joined by the President of the United States Donald J. Trump to jointly address a gathering of over 50,000 Indian-Americans and 22 Members of US Congress, Senators and Governors, making it the largest event for a foreign Head of Government visiting the United States.[22] The event was a crowning moment of an extremely successful visit by the Prime Minister of India to the United States during which he was awarded the Global Goalkeeper Award by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in recognition for the Swachh Bharat mission and was keynote speaker at the Bloomberg business event.[23] He also had a productive bilateral meeting with President Trump in New York.[24] The Prime Minister’s meeting with top American energy sector CEOs in Houston also shone a light on the rapid progress being made in energy cooperation between India and the United States. India is now importing nearly $6 billion worth of oil and natural gas and imports are slated to increase to $8 billion in 2020.[25]  

 
India's Minister of External Affairs Dr. S Jaishankar and Ambassador to the United States Harsh Vardhan Shringla discussing on India-US Relations at Atlantic Council in Washington, DC on 1 October 2019

The booming energy relationship also contributed to reducing the trade imbalance and finding a mutually beneficial understanding of trade issues - a priority that he worked on actively during his tenure. His approach on strengthening trade and economic ties has been coordinating a whole of government approach in Delhi and taking the trade and investment potential conversation beyond Washington DC in the United States. For instance, to address the ground handling issue that had been simmering for some time, Shringla helped fast track inter-ministerial discussions in Delhi to find a solution. In each of the 21 US states he visited, priority was accorded to engage with business chambers and companies - Indian companies with a presence in the US and American companies invested or inclined to invest in India. In Denver, Colorado he addressed 150 senior US State trade development officers at the State International Development Organization (SIDO) Conference on US-India Trade and Investment Ties where he emphasized the growing economic relationship between the US and India and stated that 14 different US states and counties had opened trade offices in India.[26] In another event in Washington, DC hosted by the Wilson Center in Partnership with NASSCOM, he highlighted the contributions made by Indian companies in the US in different sectors.[27] In San Francisco, speaking at a panel discussion with the Lt. Governor of California, Eleni Kounalakis at the Bay Area Council Pacific Summit on Economic Prosperity in the Century of the Pacific on June 21, 2019, Shringla spoke at length about the business opportunities in a rising India and urged the Governor to lead a business delegation to India as well as open a trade office in India.[28] Lt. Governor Kounalakis led a trade delegation to India in January 2020. In 2019, 4 Governors led trade delegations to India, including the Governors of Indiana, New Jersey, Colorado, and Arkansas. The Governor of Delaware is expected to lead a trade delegation to India.[29]

Shringla continued the focus on the steadily strengthening India-US defense ties.[30] The comprehensive Joint Statement issued at the 2+2 Dialogue held in Washington DC on 18 December 2019 reflected the significant progress made over a short span of time.[31] [32] Bidding farewell to Shringla at the historic Blair House in DC, US envoy and Acting Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Alice Wells praised him for his work and said, "we are going to have a captain of the relationship and somebody who will be committed to doing the delicate work that needs to be done to stitch two very important countries together".[33][34] On his last day in US, Shringla had a farewell call on President Donal Trump.[35] On January 12, 2020 he left for India, completing his assignment in the United States on a very high note meeting over 160 lawmakers, visiting 21 US states and bringing a new energy to the India-US relations during his eventful one year stint as Ambassador of India to the United States.[36] [37]

Foreign Secretary of IndiaEdit

 
Ambassador Shringla assumes the charge of Foreign Secretary of India on 29 January 2020

On 29 January 2020, Shringla assumed the charge of Foreign Secretary of India as the 33rd Foreign Secretary. While addressing media ahead of taking charge, Shringla acknowledged the responsibilities and challenges that come with it and added that he will work under the leadership of Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister of India for a more secure and prosperous India.[38]

PublicationsEdit

Shringla has written extensively on a number of topics such as international economy, climate change, preventive diplomacy and India-US bilateral relations, including The United Nations and Conflict Prevention: Balance Between Sovereignty and Action (Indian Journal of International Law)[39] and Project Granite at the New International Airport in Israel (CUTS International, 2011).[40]

Shringla has actively contributed articles in some of the most popular international newspapers and magazines on a diverse range of topics including an OpEd piece in the New York Times, India Is Building a More Prosperous Kashmir giving the context and objectives of India’s decision to abrogate the temporary Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir.[41] The article was well received and served to effectively counter the propaganda by Pakistan.[42] [43]

Personal LifeEdit

Ambassador Shringla is an avid reader and sports enthusiast, with an interest in mountaineering and hockey. He has been on a number of mountain expeditions including to Everest Base Camp, Friendship Peak in Himachal Pradesh. He was a liaison officer for the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra in 1996. He represented St. Stephen's College, Delhi in hockey at inter-college and other tournaments and received College Colors for this.[8]

Shringla speaks French, Vietnamese and Nepali apart from English and Indian languages. He is married to Mrs. Hemal Shringla and has one son.[8]

Awards & HonorsEdit

  • He was awarded the JT Gibson Award for Outstanding Alumni by Mayo College, Ajmer in 2017 for his distinguished career and impeccable service to his country. [44]
  • The ICFAI University, Sikkim bestowed on him a D. Litt Honoris Causa Honorary Doctorate degree on 9 September 2019 for mastering nuances of the diplomacy and helping the reputation of his nation. [45]

SpeechesEdit

Shringla has spoken on a wide range of topics and areas ranging from foreign policy to cultural diplomacy and has interacted with a variety of audiences including students, teachers, entrepreneurs, CEOs, scientists, politicians, think-tankers, and diplomats in several countries. Some of his speeches can be accessed on the following links.

Strategic & Foreign PolicyEdit

Serial No. Title Place Year
01 Reception on Board INS Sujata[46] Phuket, Thailand 2014
02 MCCI’s Memorial Event for Victims of Terror Attack[47] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2016
03 Conference on Secularism, Democracy and Gender Parity in South Asia at University of Dhaka[48] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2016
04 Defence Services Command and Staff College (DSC&SC) on Contemporary India, It’s Foreign Policy and Security Strategy: Implications for Bangladesh[49] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2016
05 Institute of Conflict, Law & Development Studies (ICLDS), on BRICS & BIMSTEC Outreach Summit: Security & Development Interface in Regional Calculus[50] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2016
06 National Defence College, Bangladesh Talk on ‘Contemporary India: Its Foreign Policy, Security and Development Strategy and Bangladesh-India Relations’[51] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
07 Remarks on India's Politics & Economy[52] Stanford, United States 2019
08 Conference: The India-Afghanistan relationship: examining historical, political, economic and cultural ties organized by the Hudson Institute[53] Washington, United States 2019
09 Shringla on on changing the paradigm in India’s Jammu & Kashmir[54] Washington, United States 2019
10 Shringla Assuming Charge As 33rd Foreign Secretary of India[55] New Delhi, India 2020

Bilateral RelationsEdit

Serial No. Title Place Year
01 India-Bangladesh Friendship Dialogue[56] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2016
02 Goodwill Train carrying Gasoil from India to Bangladesh[57] Parbatipur, Bangladesh 2016
03 National Defence College, Bangladesh on Contemporary India, Its Foreign Policy, Security Strategy & Bangladesh-India Relations[58] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2016
04 Seminar on ‘Enhancing Indo-Bangla Waterways Connectivity[59] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2016
05 Inaugural Ceremony of NOVOAIR flight on the Dhaka-Kolkata Route[60] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2016
06 Commemoration of Victory Day at University of Dhaka[61] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2016
07 Inauguration of Indian Visa Application Centre, Jessore[62] Jessore, Bangladesh 2016
08 Signing of Agreement between India and Bangladesh concerning to “Orbit Frequency Coordination of ‘South Asia Satellite’ proposed at 48oE”[63] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
09 Conference on “Beyond Summitries”, Organized by Bangladesh Heritage Foundation[64] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
10 Inauguration of 11 Water Treatment Plants for the People of Bhandariya Pourasabha[65] Bhandariya Pourasabha, Bangladesh 2017
11 Economic Benefits of Bangladesh – India Power Trade [66] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
12 Launching Ceremony of IndiGo Flight on the Dhaka-Kolkata-Dhaka Route[67] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
13 Handing Over Humanitarian Assistance from India[68] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
14 Address to Georgia House of Representatives on India-US Relations[69] Georgia, United States 2019
15 India and USA: Shared Prosperity, Opportunities, and Challenges[70] Washington, United States 2019
16 With John Chambers on US India Strategic Partnership Forum[71] San Francisco, United States 2019
17 Discussion on U.S.-India Relations at Carnegie Endowment International[72] Washington, United States 2019
18 India on the Hill- Charting a future for India-US Relations[73] Washington, United States 2019
19 Ambassador Shringla Discussing India-US Relations with Dow Wilson[74] Washington, United States 2019
20 CUTS – USISPF Roundtable on Fostering Indo-U.S. Innovation Cooperation for Mutual Prosperity[75] Washington, United States 2019
21 Talk on India and the United States: A Strategic Partnership at Kranso UNC[76] North Carolina, United States 2019

Economic DiplomacyEdit

Serial No. Title Place Year
01 70th UNESCAP Commission Session [77] Bangkok, Thailand 2014
02 'Make in India' Roadshow[78] Bangkok, Thailand 2015
03 Contract of Rampal Power Project[79] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2016
04 Rangpur Chamber of Commerce & Industry (RCCI)[80] Rangpur, Bangladesh 2016
05 Khulna Chamber of Commerce and Industry[81] Khulna, Bangladesh 2017
06 Rajshahi Chamber of Commerce & Industry [82] Rajshahi, Bangladesh 2017
07 Signing Ceremony of MoU for Sustainable Development of Rajshahi City [83] Rajshahi, Bangladesh 2017
08 Inauguration of the Indo-Bangla Automotive Show 2017 [84] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
09 Inauguration of the Indo-Bangla Trade Fair 2017 [85] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
10 Arrival of the First Container Ship from Kolkata at Pangaon Inland Container Terminal[86] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
11 Inauguration of North East India-Bangladesh EXIM Conclave[87] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
12 Signing Ceremony of MoU for Sustainable Development of Sylhet City[88] Sylhet, Bangladesh 2017
13 Signing Ceremony of MoU for Sustainable Development of Khulna City [89] Khulna City, Bangladesh 2017
14 Signing Ceremony for the Financing Agreement for the Extended Development Work of Shilaidaha Rabindra Kuthibari[90] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
15 Technical Symposium on “Current Trends in Textiles” Organized by Grasim Industries Ltd[91] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
16 Annual General Meeting-2016 of the International Business Forum of Bangladesh[92] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
17 Inauguration of the Buyer-Seller Meet for Fruits, Vegetables, Cereals, Fishery & Processed Food, July 08, 2017[93] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
18 Inauguration Ceremony of 19th Power Bangladesh and Allied Expos[94] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
19 Inauguration of 1st INDEE Bangladesh[95] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
20 Inauguration of India-Bangladesh EXIM Conclave[96] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
21 Visit of Feni Bridge Site[97] Khagrachhari District, Bangladesh 2018
22 Launching Ceremony of IFAD-TVS Partnership for Distribution of TVS Three Wheelers in Bangladesh[98] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
23 IBFB & IICCI Joint Seminar on ‘Bangladesh-India Business Opportunities’[99] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
24 Indian Agro Products Buyer-Seller Meet 2018[100] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
25 Speech by High Commissioner at the Bangladesh Travel and Tourism Fair[101] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
26 Handing Over Humanitarian Assistance from India[102] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
27 Remarks by Mr. Harsh Vardhan Shringla, High Commissioner of India at Contract Signing Ceremony of the Dhaka Metro Line 6 project[103] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
28 Inauguration of 19th Textech Bangladesh 2018, 14th Dhaka International Yarn & Fabric Show 2018 and 33rd Dye+Chem Bangladesh 2018[104] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
29 Inauguration of 6th BAPA FoodPro International Expo 2018, 8th Agro Bangladesh Expo, and 5th Rice and Grain Tech Expo[105] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
30 Panel Discussion at the Bay Area Council Pacific Summit on Economic Prosperity in the Century of the Pacific[106] San Francisco, United States 2019
31 State International Development Organization (SIDO) Conference on US-India Trade and Investment: Opportunities and Best Practices[107] Washington, United States 2019
32 Roundtable on America’s Highly Skilled Workforce, the Talent Pipeline and H-1B Visas hosted by the Wilson Center in Partnership with NASSCOM[108] Washington, United States 2019
33 Colorado-India Business Roundtable[109] Colorado, United States 2019
34 Business Seminar, London House, Chicago[110] Chicago, United States 2019
35 Bay Area Council's India Report Release Merchant's Exchange Club[111] San Francisco, United States 2019
36 NEXT PHASE OF INDIA’S GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT at Harvard Kennedy School[112] Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States 2019

Cultural DiplomacyEdit

Serial No. Title Place Year
01 The Auspicious Occasion of Makha Bucha Day[113] Bangkok, Thailand 2014
02 The 'Festival of India in Thailand'[114] Bangkok, Thailand 2014
03 Commemoration of the 8th International Day of Non Voilence at UNESCAP[115] Bangkok, Thailand 2014
04 Celebration of 145th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi[116] Bangkok, Thailand 2014
05 Commemoration of the International day of Non-Violence at UNCC[117] Bangkok, Thailand 2015
06 Award of Scholarship to the Heirs of Muktijoddhas at the Bangladesh National Museum[118] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2016
07 125th Birth Anniversary Celebrations of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar[119] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2016
08 Inauguration of Eid Visa Camp[120] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2016
09 2nd International Day of Yoga[121] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2016
10 Inauguration of Rath Yatra Festival at ISKCON Temple, Swamibag Ashram, Dhaka[122] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2016
11 Gandhi Ashram[123] Noakhali, Bangladesh 2016
12 Ramakrishna Ashrama & Mission, Narail[124] Narail, Bangladesh 2016
13 68th Republic Day of India - Unity in Diversity in India [125] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
14 Civic Reception hosted by Mayor of Rajshahi City[126] Rajshahi, Bangladesh 2017
15 7th Founding Day Anniversary of the Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre, Dhaka [127] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
16 ITEC & ICCR Day Date: March 20, 2017[128] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
17 Tree Plantation Event on Genocide Day[129] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
18 Inauguration Ceremony of Dhaka-Kolkata Maitri Express[130] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
19 Handing Over Humanitarian Assistance from India[131] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
20 Inauguration of NADI 2, the Asian Confluence River Festival[132] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
21 Bengal Classical Music Festival 2017[133] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
22 Speech by High Commissioner on Pravasi Bhartiya Divas 2018[134] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
23 ISE-SFEC 2018 at Dhaka University[135] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
24 Jagannath Hall Saraswati Puja Festival[136] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
25 Parliament Annexe Saraswati Puja Festival[137] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
26 Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s 121st Birth Anniversary[138] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
27 69th Republic Day Reception on 26 January[139] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
28 Commencement of Work of the First Community Clinic in Chechan, Chhatak, Sunamganj[140] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
29 St Gregory High School & College[141] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
30 India@Bangladesh 2.0 Art Camp[142] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
31 Sri Sri Radha Madhav Jiu Temple, ISKCON, Jugaltilla[143] Sylhet, Bangladesh 2018
32 Bouddha Kristi Prachar Sangha [144] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
33 ITEC & ICCR Day[145] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
34 Inauguration of the “Bangladesh-India Maitri Natyotsab”, Rajshahi University[146] Rajshahi, Bangladesh 2018
35 8th Anniversary of Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre[147] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
36 Biennial Conference - 2018 of Bangladesh Puja Udjapan Parishad[148] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
37 International Day of Yoga[149] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
38 5th India Education Fair (18-19 July 2018) at the KIB Convention Hall, Farm Gate, Dhaka[150] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
39 Selimpur Govt. Primary School Building Inauguration[151] Selimpur, Bangladesh 2018
40 University of Dhaka [152] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
41 Ayachak Ashram, Chandpur[153] Chandpur, Bangladesh 2018
42 Shri Ramakrishna Ashram, Chandpur [154] Chandpur, Bangladesh 2018
43 Farakkabad Degree College[155] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
44 Bangabandhu Mausoleum, Tungipara, Gopalganj[156] Gopalganj, Bangladesh 2018
45 Tara Bari Shaktipeeth[157] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
46 Sher-e-Bangla Foundation[158] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
47 Shahid Muktijoddha Dibosh Organized by the Shahid Muktijoddha Foundation[159] Dhaka, Bangladesh 2018
48 Homage at Mahatma Gandhi statue on 71st Martyers' Day[160] Atlanta, United States 2019
49 Address to Indian Community in Chicago[161] Chicago, United States 2019
50 Ambassador Shringla's Address on Baisakhi Celebration at India House[162] Washington, United States 2019
51 5th International Day of Yoga[163] Washington, United States 2019
52 Ambassador Shringla's Address to Sikh Community[164] Baltimore, United States 2019
53 Exhibition & Seminar on ‘India for Humanity: Role of Jaipur Foot’[165] New York, United States 2019
54 Community Reception hosted by the National Council of Asian Indian Associations at Montgomery County[166] Washington, United States 2019
55 AAPI Legislative Day Event on the Hill[167] Washington, United States 2019
56 Concert by Music Maestro Pravin Godkhindi at India House[168] Washington, United States 2019
57 Community Reception at Gadar Memorial[169] Washington, United States 2019
58 Commemoration of the 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi at Library of Congress[170] Washington, United States 2019
59 Screening of the Film A Little Poland in India[171] Washington, United States 2019
60 India for Humanity: Role of Jaipur Foot at Rayburn House Office Building, Capitol Hill[172] Washington, United States 2019
61 Hanukkah Celebrations in Capitol Hill[173] Washington, United States 2019
62 EPSI Pavilion Inauguration at NAFSA[174] Washington, United States 2019

External linksEdit

Diplomatic posts
Preceded by
Anil Wadhwa
Indian Ambassador to Thailand
2014–2016
Succeeded by
Bhagwant Singh Bishnoi
Preceded by
Pankaj Saran
Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh
2016–2019
Succeeded by
Riva Ganguly Das
Preceded by
Navtej Sarna
Indian Ambassador to the United States
2019-2020
Succeeded by
Taranjit Singh Sandhu
Preceded by
Vijay Gokhale
Foreign Secretary of India
2020
Succeeded by
Incumbent

See AlsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  110. ^ https://www.indianembassyusa.gov.in/speech?id=4
  111. ^ https://www.indianembassyusa.gov.in/speech?id=12
  112. ^ https://www.indianembassyusa.gov.in/speech?id=23
  113. ^ Embassy of India, Thailand
  114. ^ https://embassyofindiabangkok.gov.in/25.03.14.12.00.Festival%20of%20India%20in%20Thailand.mp3
  115. ^ http://www.indianembassy.in.th/mynews.php?nid=189
  116. ^ https://embassyofindiabangkok.gov.in/mynews.php?nid=192
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  149. ^ https://www.hcidhaka.gov.in/speeche?id=eyJpdiI6IkxlSnAySU5pWjNKdnlXeHl2V0FnSHc9PSIsInZhbHVlIjoiZnNtNGZXZm9jcHZtMm1JcVVpeUtwdz09IiwibWFjIjoiNGZlOTcxMDhjZWQwMzE5MTk1NGFhMzQwYWQ0ZjQyMWEyZjMxOGVlNTVkZDk3ODg0M2M0YjBmNjI1ZTZjMWQ5OSJ9
  150. ^ https://www.hcidhaka.gov.in/speeche?id=eyJpdiI6IjVOWExIeTdGQ1VPelwvS1wvTlFSUkxhUT09IiwidmFsdWUiOiJzaHJGYklqODZNV3hZUnVQaENqSkFnPT0iLCJtYWMiOiI5YjE3YmZlNTczMGNiMmJiOWM0MWM4MDc1MTA3NmExNDhiMTY2ZDZkNzkwOWVjZmQwY2UzMDY3MmUxZWIyODZkIn0=
  151. ^ https://www.hcidhaka.gov.in/speeche?id=eyJpdiI6InJndkRyOXU3SVRsckFvaHVmUE5pTXc9PSIsInZhbHVlIjoiTklwZjdDSVwvYzkzeVBvdVB5ZFdsZ2c9PSIsIm1hYyI6IjJjZDFjNjk4NWUxMWE2ODkwNmQxMTZiZTk5ZjI5NTE2ZjUzYmM0YTUzZTUzMDQzZTRmYzhiYzljMWVmMGY4MzUifQ==
  152. ^ "Welcome to High Commission of India, Bangladesh".
  153. ^ "Welcome to High Commission of India, Bangladesh".
  154. ^ "Welcome to High Commission of India, Bangladesh".
  155. ^ "Welcome to High Commission of India, Bangladesh".
  156. ^ "Welcome to High Commission of India, Bangladesh".
  157. ^ "Welcome to High Commission of India, Bangladesh".
  158. ^ "Welcome to High Commission of India, Bangladesh".
  159. ^ "Welcome to High Commission of India, Bangladesh".
  160. ^ https://www.indianembassyusa.gov.in/pages?id=2&subid=1#speeches
  161. ^ https://www.indianembassyusa.gov.in/pages?id=2&subid=1#speeches
  162. ^ https://www.indianembassyusa.gov.in/pages?id=2&subid=1#speeches
  163. ^ "Welcome to Embassy of India, Washington D C, USA".
  164. ^ "Welcome to Embassy of India, Washington D C, USA".
  165. ^ "Welcome to Embassy of India, Washington D C, USA".
  166. ^ "Welcome to Embassy of India, Washington D C, USA".
  167. ^ "Welcome to Embassy of India, Washington D C, USA".
  168. ^ "Welcome to Embassy of India, Washington D C, USA".
  169. ^ "Welcome to Embassy of India, Washington D C, USA".
  170. ^ "Welcome to Embassy of India, Washington D C, USA".
  171. ^ "Welcome to Embassy of India, Washington D C, USA".
  172. ^ "Welcome to Embassy of India, Washington D C, USA".
  173. ^ "Welcome to Embassy of India, Washington D C, USA".
  174. ^ "Welcome to Embassy of India, Washington D C, USA".