British Deputy High Commissioner, Bengaluru.
|Nov 2015||Bengaluru||Deputy High Commissioner|
|Nov 2012 – Sep 2015||British Embassy, Doha||Counsellor - Science and Innovation (Gulf)|
|Oct 2011 – Oct 2012||British Embassy, Seoul||Counsellor - Economic, Climate, Science|
|Dec 2008 – Sept 2011||British Embassy, Seoul||First Secretary - Head of Science and Innovation|
|Aug 2008 – Dec 2008||London||Senior Policy Advisor, International Science and Innovation Unit, Department of Innovation, Universities and Skills|
|Aug 2004 – Jul 2008||British Embassy, Caracas||First Secretary - Head of UK Trade and Investment|
British Deputy High Commissioner Bengaluru
In some countries, the Deputy High Commissioner leads a subordinate office to the High Commission in another major city. The Deputy High Commissioner fulfils a similar role to a Consul General, representing the UK government and typically responsible for consular, visa and trade activities in their city or region.
- 'We seek to align UK interests with ambitions of Karnataka'
- Sustainable cities: building a UK partnership case for Karnataka
- 'UK-India partnership is strong in the energy sector'
- 'Bengaluru is the focal point for life science activity in India'
- 'Significant partnership opportunities for Indian and UK companies'
- 'UK partnership with state of Karnataka continues to strengthen'
- 'UK is committed to supporting India’s goal of 100 smart cities'
- 'Legal scenario on emerging vistas of crimes against women in India'
- Making Tomorrow’s Medicines - using UK capabilities in India drug development and manufacture
- 'Opportunities for UK to engage in Indian smart city market'