Arun Bhatnagar, a former member of the IAS, attended St. Stephen’s College, Delhi in the early sixties. After retiring as Secretary (Personnel & Training) in the Union Government in 2004, he worked with the National Advisory Council (NAC) and, later, as Chairman, Prasar Bharati, New Delhi. He has had postings in the President of India’s Secretariat and in the Indian High Commission, London. Bhatnagar’s earlier Book, ‘India: Shedding the Past, Embracing the Future, 1906-2017’, was well received as a historical narrative based on objective analysis of events and personalities. It depicted the early years of the twentieth century as a watershed and a turning point, with the All India Muslim League being founded in Dacca (Dhaka) in December, 1906. He has contributed to English dailies and magazines from time to time and lives with his family in New Delhi.
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