Tuesday, September 18, 2012 5:45 PM
An interview with Ambassador N.
General of India in San Francisco
miracle that is modern India has placed her among the world’s great powers. The
Asian subcontinent’s dominant economy has a population of over one billion, much
of it under twenty years old. Ambassador Parthasarathi knows the
planning behind India’s climb to the financial top. He holds an MBA in
International Marketing from Bangalore University and, since he joined India’s
Foreign Service in 1981 has served in Pakistan, Syria, Belgium, and Britain. In
2005 Delhi made him ambassador to South Korea, which became the setting for Silk
Express, one of his two published novels. From Seoul he went to Senegal
from where he headed five other Indian diplomatic missions in African states
before coming here in late 2011. A renaissance man, Amb. Parthasarathi also
plays winner’s games of both golf and bridge.
Dr. Patrick L.
Hatcher, Kiriyama Distinguished Fellow at the Center, will moderate. FREE AND OPEN
TO THE PUBLIC. For reservations call 415 422-6828.
Cosponsored by USF Media Studies
Department, the USF Master of Arts in International
Studies, and USF’s Asian Studies Program.