India’s Top Security Risks in 2014 with Sameer Patil, Associate National Security Fellow, Gateway House in conversation with Brigadier (retd.) Xerxes Adrianwalla, Former DGMO, Indian Army.
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Associate National Security Fellow, Gateway House
Sameer Patil previously worked as Assistant Director at the National Security Council Secretariat in Prime Minister’s Office, New Delhi. He has also previously worked at the Indian Pugwash Society and the M. L. Sondhi Institute of Asia Pacific Affairs. He has written extensively on various aspects of national security including cyber security, fake currency, terrorism, India-Pakistan relations, India-China relations, the Kashmir issue and nuclear proliferation for various magazines, journals and newspapers.
Brigadier (retd.) Xerxes Adrianwalla
Chief of CIS and Group Security
Brigadier (retd.) Xerxes P. Adrianwalla served for 30 years in the armoured corps of the Indian Army and has been in the corporate sector for the last five years. During his military service, both in combat and in peace, he has obtained varied experience in command and staff assignments, notably in Sri Lanka with the Indian Peace Keeping Force, as Commander of an armoured regiment, and also an armoured brigade, as a military observer on a UN assignment, an instructor at various institutions, including the Defence Services Staff College and as a director in the Directorate General of Military Operations.