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List of Indian Ambassadors to Foreign Countries [Updated] 2018

List of Indian Ambassadors to Foreign Countries

 

Here is a list of all important Indian Ambassadors/High Commissioners in Other Countries and Their Ambassadors with us. A Question from this sheet is sure to be there in Upcoming competitive examinations UPSC, State PSC, IBPS, SBI, RBI, LIC & all other competitive exams

 

 Indian Ambassadors To All Countries

 

S.no

Country

Name of Indian Ambassador

1

Afghanistan

Manpreet Vohra

2

Algeria

Mr. Kuldeep Singh Bhardwaj

3

Angola

Mr. Sushil Kumar Singhal

4

Armenia

Dr. T. Suresh Babu

5

Australia

Mr.Navdeep Suri

6

Azerbaijan

Shri Sanjay Rana

7

Bahrain

Mr Alok Kumar Sinha

8

Belarus

Mr. Pankaj Saxena

9

Belgium

Shri Manjeev Singh Puri

10

Bhutan

Sh. Jaideep Sarkar

11

Brazil

Shri Sunil Kumar Lal

12

Bulgaria

Rajesh K. Sachdeva

13

Cambodia

Naveen Srivastava

14

Chile

Ms. Anita Nayar

15

China

Mr. Vijay Gokhale

16

Colombia

Shri Prabhat Kumar

17

Cote d Ivoire [Ivory coast]

Mr. Dinesh Bhatia

18

Croatia

Sandeep Kumar

19

Cuba

Shri Tsewang Namgyal

20

Czech Republic

Shri V. Ashok

21

Denmark

Shri Rajeev Shahare

22

Egypt

Sanjay Bhattacharyya

23

Finland

Shri. Ashok Kumar Sharma

24

France

H.E. Dr. Mohan Kumar

25

Germany

Mukta Tomar

26

Greece

Tsewang  Topden

27

Guatemala

Sajeev Babu Kurup

28

Guyana

Venkatachalam Mahalingam

29

Hungary

H.E. Mr. Rahul Chhabra

30

Iceland

H.E.Ashok Das

31

Indonesia

Ms. Nengcha Lhouvum

32

Iran

Shri. Saurabh Kumar

33

Iraq

Shri George Raju

34

Ireland

Mrs. Vijay Thakur Singh

35

Israel

Jaideep Sarkar

36

Italy

Shri Anil Wadhwa

37

Japan

Shri Sujan R. Chinoy

38

Jordan

Anil Trigunayat

39

Kazakhstan

Harsh K Jain

40

Korea (DPR)

Smt. Jasminder Kasturia

41

Korea (ROK)

Vikram Doraiswami

42

Kuwait

Shri Sunil Jain

43

Kyrgyzstan

L. Savithri

44

Lebanon

Sanjiv Arora

45

Libya

H.E. Mr. Azar A. H. Khan

46

Madagascar

C.B.Thapliyal

47

Mali

AJAY KUMAR SHARMA

48

Mexico

H.E. Mr. Muktesh Kumar Pardeshi

49

Mongolia

DR. T. Suresh Babu

50

Morocco

Dr. (Ms.) Kheya Bhattacharya

51

Myanmar

Shri Vikram Misri

52

Nepal

Ranjit Rae

53

Netherlands

Mr. J.S. Mukul

54

Niger

Vacant

55

Norway

H.E. Mr. Debraj Pradhan

56

Oman

Shri I.M. Pandey

57

Panama

Ms. Shamma Jain

58

Peru

Sandeep Chakravorty

59

Philippines

Shri L. D. Ralte

60

Poland

Shri Ajay Bisaria

61

Portugal

Mrs. K. Nandini Singla

62

Qatar

Mr. Sanjiv Arora

63

Romania

Dr. A.V.S. Ramesh Chandra

64

Russia

Pankaj Saran

65

Saudi Arabia

Mr. Ahmad Javed

66

Senegal

Mr. Partha Satpathy

67

Serbia

Ms. Narinder Chauhan

68

Slovak Republic

Mr. Param Jit Mann

69

Slovenia

Mr. Sarvajit Chakravarti

70

South Sudan

Mr. Srikumar Menon

71

Sudan

H.E. Mr. Amrit Lugun

72

Suriname

Satendar Kumar

73

Sweden

 Ms Monika Kapil Mohta

74

Switzerland

Ms. Smita Purushottam

75

Tajikistan

Shri Somnath Ghosh

76

Thailand

Shri Bhagwant Singh Bishnoi

77

Tunisia

Shri Prashant Pise

78

Turkey

Shri Rahul Kulshreshth

79

Turkmenistan

Dr. T.V. Nagendra Prasad

80

Ukraine

Mr. Manoj Kumar Bharti

81

United Arab Emirates

H.E. Navdeep Singh Suri

82

United States of America

Mr. Navtej Sarna

83

UN-PMI CD (Geneva)

D.B. Venkatesh Varma

84

UN-PMI (Geneva)

Shri Ajit Kumar

85

UN-PMI (New York)

Syed Akbaruddin

86

Uzbekistan

Vinod Kumar

87

Venezuela

Rahul Shrivastava

88

Vietnam

Mr. P. Harish

89

Yemen

Amrit Lugun

90

Zimbabwe

Mr. R. Masakui

 

 

High Commissioner and other head

 

S.no

Country

Name of High Commissioner and other head

2

Austria

Ms. Renu Pall (Ambassador-Designate)

3

Bangladesh

Shri Harsh Vardhan Shringla (High Commissioner)

4

Botswana

Dr. Ketan Shukla (High Commissioner)

5

Brunei Darussalam

Mrs. Nagma M. Mallick (High Commissioner)

6

Canada

Mr Vikas Swarup (High Commissioner)

7

Congo [Democratic Republic]

Shri Pradip Kumar Yadav (Charge d’ Affaires a.i.)

8

Cyprus

Shri Ravi Bangar (High Commissioner)

9

Ethiopia

Shri Vijayakumar K (Head of Chancery) 

10

Fiji

Sh. Vishvas Sapkal (High Commissioner)

11

Ghana

Shri Birender Singh Yadav (High Commissioner)

12

Jamaica

Sevala Naik Mude (High Commissioner) 

13

Kenya

Ms. Suchitra Durai (High Commissioner)

14

Laos

Vacant, Naresh Kumar  (Charge d’ Affaires, a.i. & Head of Chancery)

15

Malawi

Vanlalhuma (High Commissioner)

16

Malaysia

Shri T.S. Tirumurti (High Commissioner)

17

Maldives

Shri Rajeev Shahare (High Commissioner)

18

Mauritius

Abhay Thakur (High Commissioner)

19

Mozambique

Mr. R. Gaurav Shresth (High Commissioner)

20

Namibia

Mr. Kumar Tuhin (High Commissioner)

21

New Zealand

Sanjiv Kohli (High Commissioner)

22

Nigeria

Shri B.N. Reddy (High Commissioner)

23

Pakistan

Gautam Babawale (High Commissioner)

24

Palestine

Mahesh Kumar (Representative of India) 

25

Papua New Guinea

Dr. A.M. Gondane (High Commissioner)

26

Seychelles

Dr Ausaf Sayeed (High Commissioner) 

27

Singapore

Mr. Jawed Ashraf  (High Commissioner)

28

South Africa

Smt. Ruchi Ghanashyam (High Commissioner) 

29

Spain

Shri Siddhartha Chattopadhyay (Charge d’ Affaires a.i.)

30

Sri Lanka

Y.K.Sinha (High Commissioner)

31

Syria

Shri. S. R. Meena (Chargé d’affaires) 

32

Tanzania

Mr. Sandeep Arya (High Commissioner)

33

Trinidad and Tobago

Shri Gauri Shankar Gupta (High Commissioner)

34

Uganda

Shri Pankaj Kumar Singhal (Acting High Commissioner)

35

United Kingdom

Mr. Yashvardhan Kumar Sinha (High Commissioner)

36

Zambia

H.E. Mr. Gaddam Dharmendra (High Commissioner)

 

 

How to become an Ambassador of India (IFS)?  

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts Civil Services Exam and a candidate who desires to become an Ambassador of India then he/she has to take this exam.  An IFS Officer will be in authority for the administration and activities of Indian missions abroad, and for the forming and execution of the Government’s foreign policy. Indian Foreign Service (IFS) offers vast exposure to different culture, ethnic, social and political and social setting all over the world. An IFS Officer can be posted in 160 odd Indian Embassies and Missions abroad. They can also be allocated to institutions like United Nations, UNESCO, World Bank, SAARC, etc. In India, they could be allocated as Passport and Visa Officers at various locations.  

 

Why are Indian ambassadors sent to other countries?

Some of the purposes for which an ambassador is sent are-

  • To protect citizens
    Due to the advent of modern travel, today’s world is a much smaller place in relative terms. With this new reality, it is just as important as ever that the nations of the world have at least a small staff, living in foreign capitals, in order to aid travelers and visitors from their home nation. As an officer of the foreign service, an ambassador is expected to protect the citizens of his home country in the host country.

     

    To support prosperity

    Another result of the increase in foreign travel is the growth of trade between nations. For most countries, the national economy is now part of the global economy. This means increased opportunities to sell and trade with other nations. When two nations are conducting a trade, it is usually advantageous to both parties to have an ambassador and perhaps a small staff living in the other land, where they act as an intermediary between cooperative businesses.

     

  • Work for peaceOne of the cornerstones of foreign diplomatic missions is to work for peace. This task can grow into a fight against international terrorism, the drug trade, international bribery, and human trafficking. Ambassadors help stop these acts, helping people across the globe. These activities are important and sensitive and are usually carried out in coordination with the Defense Ministry of the state .

 

 

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