‘James Bond’ Ajit Doval is shaping Modi’s foreign policy5 min read 19 Sep 2016, 08:37 AM IST
Since Ajit Doval took the job of National Security Advisor, he has supported a nationalist agenda while adopting a tougher line against hostile neighbours like Pakistan
Vancouver: He spent seven years undercover in Pakistan, recruited rebels as informants in Kashmir, and once disguised himself as a rickshaw driver to infiltrate a militant group inside India’s holiest Sikh temple. Now some consider Ajit Doval the most powerful person in India after Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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