1. Dr. B.B. Nagaich is M.Sc. from Agra University and Ph.D. in Virology- Pl. Pathology from the University of Illinois. After his Ph.D. Dr. Nagaich joined IARI (Deemed University), New Delhi and later CPRI, Shimla (recognized by all Indian Universities). He became the Director of CPRI and visited all parts of the country and over 2 dozen nations. His trips to African, American and European continents made him familiar with their problems. He met farmers, politicians, administrators, scientists, businessmen, lawyers, teachers, journalists and health workers. The opportunity to meet different nationals enabled him to know more facts and feelings. After voluntary retirement, Dr. Nagaich worked for Bundelkhand development thru a society, by becoming advisor of Vegepro Foods & Feeds and thru Sagar University. At Sagar his emphasis was on Virology teaching & studying current affairs. Dr. Nagaich received 2 National- and the Guinness-award of the B.S.P.F. Since 1992 he visited USA yearly for current affair research. He wrote books in English and in Hindi and articles/ bulletins in English, Hindi, French and Russian in the field of agric. He was President of many science societies or the Chief Editor of journals. He taught as Assoc. Prof. in IARI and as deemed Prof. in CPRI. He guided researchers for Ph.D. He has published articles on Indo-US Relations and a book on Six Decades of Indo-US-Pak Relations.
2. Col. Jayant Kumar obtained his B.Sc. degree from Punjab University, M.Sc. degree from H.P. University and joined Indian Military Academy, Dehradun. During service, he received Postgraduate Engineering- & Telecommunication technology- and M.B.A. degrees. Thus, he has exposure to varied disciplines with about 31 years experience in communication network, military matters and business administration. He was honored by Communication Card from Northern Command (Udhampur, J&K) of the Indian Army for excellent engineering support to the Army. Earlier, he had also worked in Eastern Command at Kolkata. Col. Kumar devoted major part of his service in problematic J&K. During his career he dealt with army personals, businessmen, technocrats, administrators, teachers, politicians and diplomats to exchange ideas. He had also the opportunity to travel to the US and meet with his counterparts and business people. After voluntary retirement, he worked for the welfare of ex-army personals and later shifted as regional head in a multinational firm dealing with army & telecommunication. Currently, he is working in Indus Towers at New Delhi. He wrote articles in English and is one of the authors of “Six Decades of Indo-US-Pak Relations”, published in 2009.
3. Rajiv Nagaich is an attorney with holistic legal practice on elder law & financial planning in the Washington State. He owns his own law firms and is rated by AVVO, Martindale Hubbell and Super Lawyers rating agencies. After his studies in India, he got his insurance education and the law degree from Seattle University and masters in Taxation from University of Washington. He is on the board of director of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA). He is also a board member of elder law section of John M. Law School in Chicago. He is the founding member and the past president of the Life Care Planning Association. He is an active member of the Rotary Club of Federal Way and speaker on the estate planning and elder care issues. He is the host of weekly talk show on a regional radio station on elder care and financial planning. During his 3 decades of stay in the US, he has travelled to many countries of the globe and associated with experts of different walks of life. He is author of several articles and Editor of the Aging Options magazine and the book, “Six decades of Indo-US- Pak Relations” published by New Century Publishers, New Delhi.
Kashmir : With A Touch Of Beauty, Global Politics and Terror
by Bankey Nagaich
This book deals with history, culture, temples, monuments, paintings, economics, wild life, tourism, , agriculture, secession & terrorism in Kashmir and India.The special feature of the book is additional coverage of Indo-US and Indo-US-Pakistan (terrorism epicenter) relations along with Afghanistan, Bangladesh, China and Russia as well as the long duration of relationship , 1947-2012.
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