The Nation Declassified uncovers records of discussions between Indian Prime Ministers and world leaders, talks of diplomatic and defence delegations and reconstructs tightly guarded secrets of India’s strategic nuclear and space program from Homi Bhabha to the underground tests of 1998. Drawing on all the major milestones of national security history, this represents a first of its kind account of the Prime Minister’s Office along with the elusive and shadow world of the advisers by putting together insider information to reconstruct the fortunes of India in the Cold War world.
PhD in Contemporary/Modern History from Center for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India. Visiting Researcher, King's College, London (2012). Currently, Visiting Researcher at Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University, Japan. Published research papers and short articles on Indian Constitution and Electoral Politics in India.