Career Development Centre Presents The Sri Lankan Crisis and its Impact on India's Foreign Affairs and Economy
The Career Development Centre invites you to a conversation between Ms. Jyoti Malhotra, Consulting Editor, The Indian Express and Dr. Rajat Kathuria, Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences on The Sri Lankan Crisis and its Impact on India's Foreign Policies and Economy. The conversation will be moderated by Ms. Puja Mehra, Journalist & Author.
The conversation is scheduled to take place on 21 April 2022, from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM, in C-021.
The island nation of Sri Lanka with a population of 22 million people is going through its worst financial crisis since it gained independence in 1948, with a foreign exchange shortage making essential commodities, including fuel and medicines, scarce. India, even in its 75th year of independence is still struggling to make the essential commodities affordable to its larger population with a mostly hostile neighbourhood making things all the more difficult.
In the conversation, the panelists discuss what impact the crisis will have on India's already struggling economy and its policies with its neighbours as a SAARC nation.
Ms. Jyoti Malhotra
Jyoti Malhotra is the National & Strategic Affairs Editor. She has been a journalist for more than three decades covering foreign affairs, politics and national affairs at some of the top publications in the country.
Dr. Rajat Kathuria
Dr. Rajat Kathuria, Dean, School of Humanities & Social Sciences, and Professor of Economics, Shiv Nadar University Delhi-NCR, carries over 20 years of experience in teaching and more than 15 years of experience in economic policy, besides pursuing extensive research on a range of issues relating to regulation and competition policy.
Ms. Puja Mehra
Ms. Puja Mehra is a senior economic journalist with a career spanning over seventeen years. She covers key contemporary Indian economic developments. She has recently authored the book 'The Lost Decade (2008-2018): How India's Growth Story Devolved into Growth without a Story'.