Sinha is new Indian high commissioner in Britain Yashvardhan Kumar Sinha
Eastern Eye Staff
Senior Indian Foreign Service (IFS) officer Yashvardhan Kumar Sinha was on Tuesday (27) appointed as India’s high commissioner to the UK, where he succeeds Navtej Sarna. Sinha, an IFS officer of the 1981 batch, currently serves as India’s high commissioner to Sri Lanka. Sarna has been appointed as India’s ambassador to the US, where his first task will be engaging with a new administration in Washington following the November 8 presidential poll This month, the Indian government appointed 1988-batch IFS officer Taranjit Singh Sandhu as the new high commissioner of India to Sri Lanka to replace Sinha. Sinha is a…
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