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Prof. M.L. L. Sondhi

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Associate Professor of Internatio...

M.L. Sondhi
 
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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founding Trustee
    M.L. Sondhi
  • Board Member
    ML Sondhi Institute of Asia Pacific Affairs
  • Board Member
    ML Sondhi Institute for Asia-Pacific Affairs
  • Board Member
    Institute for Asia-Pacific Security Ashok Kapur
  • Founder
    Institute for Asia-Pacific Security Ashok Kapur
  • Member
    Parliament
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Prof. M. L. Sondhi
www.mlsondhi.org, 31 Aug 2014 [cached]
M.L. Sondhi* International Studies, vol. 15, no. 4 October-December 1976
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*Mr. Sondhi is Associate Professor of International Politics at the School. He was assisted by Dr. K. Mathews of the University of Delhi, an alumnus of the School, in the preparation of this report.
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The first session on "Theoretical Aspects of International Crises" had the following working papers: "The Relevance of Crisis Management Studies" by M.L. Sondhi; and "Theories and Models of Crisis Management" by J.L. Richardson.
Prof. M. L. Sondhi
www.mlsondhi.org, 31 Aug 2014 [cached]
Madhuri Santanam Sondhi
TPPRC Organise Round Tables on Burma-Tibet Relations & Proposals for Indian Policy Makers
tpprc.org, 17 Oct 2012 [cached]
21 September, Mrs. Madhuri S. Sondhi, Director of the ML Sondhi Institute of Asia Pacific Affairs based in New Delhi was on a three day visit to Dharamsala to interact with Tibetans there.
A talk on The Current Tibet Scenario: Proposals for Indian Policy Makers was organised on Friday in which Mr. Karma Cheophel was the Chair & Mrs. Sondhi was the main speaker.
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Later in the evening, the Speaker & the Deputy Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile hosted dinner in honour of Mrs. Sondhi's visit there.
On Saturday, Mrs. Sondhi took a visit to the Upper Tibetan Children's Village School; had lunch meeting with Sikyong Dr. Lobsang Sangay & Ms. Dicki Chhoyang, Kalon for the Department of Information & International Relations interacted with Mr. Thupten Samphel, Director of the Tibet Policy Institute; took a visit to the Library of Tibetan Works & Archives & had a brief meeting with the Director of the Tibetan medical & Astro-Insitute, & later on took a visit to the Institute's Museum.
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Before her departure to Delhi by flight on Sunday, Mrs. Sondhi visited the Main Temple & the Tibet Museum in Mcleod Ganj, & interacted with the representatives of the Tibetan NGOs.
Prof. M. L. Sondhi
www.mlsondhi.org, 1 June 2008 [cached]
Introductory Remarks by Madhuri Santanam Sondhi, Director of the ML Sondhi Institute for Asia-Pacific Affairs
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I wish to sincerely thank Mrs. Madhuri Sondhi and her institute for inviting me to be part of this important conference.
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11. Madhuri S. Sondhi: I would like to ask the panel a question that is indirectly related to what we have been considering here. We have talked about the interest of the state versus the interest of the individual in China, how the state tends to have more priority than the party. But some months back I heard a very interesting talk by a professor from Shanghai who had come to the ORF, and what he was saying I have read again in other literature, that there is in China now a vast network of think tanks which are exercised about defining exactly what or in which direction China is going, which Chinese characteristics are useful to keep for their political system.
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The question asked by Ms Sondhi concerns the appeal to Asia and Africa.
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I also thank Ms Madhuri Santanam Sondhi, Director of the Institute and ambassador Rangachari, Dr Swaran Singh and Ms Youdon Aukatsang for their first-rate presentations and finally thank you all to the distinguished audience for being here.
Prof. M. L. Sondhi
www.mlsondhi.org, 1 June 2008 [cached]
I think most people here are aware that the M.L. Sondhi Institute for Asia- Pacific Affairs is an independent think-tank, a continuation of the Institute for Asia Pacific Security established by Professor M.L. Sondhi in 2003. Sadly, he passed away shortly after. We aim to continue his work by studying the historic emergence of the Asia Pacific Region in international politics in the twenty first century, especially with regard to understanding certain key political, security, economic and cultural issues confronting the region.
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Mrs. Sondhi has chosen a subject of great interest not only to China watchers but also to anyone who takes an interest in international affairs. She says it is a question of vital interest to the whole world.
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I want to thank the Institute of Asia Pacific Affairs and Ms Sondhi for asking me to be here. As the Chairperson said earlier, I am among those who can call themselves a student of Chinese affairs, but I am certainly not an expert on democracy and China. A lifetime of study of China is not enough to make you an expert. It is, I suppose, studying what is going on China that qualifies one to say something on the subject. But before I do that I would like to recall my association with Mr Sondhi. It was very brief and episodic. I remember the first time we met was way back in 1967 when he had just won the election from New Delhi to become a member of parliament.
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Mr Sondhi came to see me. I was very impressed that he should do so and it did great credit to him as he was a sitting MP. The immediate trigger for the meeting was the protest demonstration organised by us students outside the Soviet Embassy in support of Czechoslovakia and against the invasion by Soviet Union Forces in mid-1968. He came to see me because I was one of the organisers of that demonstration. He came all the way to Jubilee Hall and asked, what is it that we can do together?
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Therefore I am particularly grateful to you, Ms Sondhi, for asking me to be here and giving me this chance to recall and remember these events of forty years ago.
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Also, continuing with the general tenor of all of us remembering our association with Professor M. L. Sondhi (in whose name this host institution has been set up), I must also share, very briefly, my own association with Professor M.L. Sondhi. Professor Sondhi was my teacher at Jawaharlal Nehru University. And, apart from all things that you may be aware about him, I have the memories of a young student who found this Professor extremely accessible to his students. It is only gradually and much later that we were to discover his other great achievements. That was something very unique about his personality.
I think this memory of mine of Professor M.L. Sondhi has direct relevance to the theme of democracy that we are debating here today. In some ways it also highlights how such relationships, perceived by young minds, can influence the whole evolution of certain understandings about democratic traditions and processes at all levels. This fond memory of Professor Sondhi clearly flows into my presentation in our discussion about the prospect of democracy in the People's Republic of China.
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Before I go into these I also would like to thank Ms. Sondhi. I was also a student of JNU about twelve years back between 1992 to 1994, when I had the chance of being a student of Professor Sondhi. I also remember him as somebody very accessible and very friendly. This is also a moment to remember him and know how great a human being he was.
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Ms Sondhi, Professor Swaran Singh and Dr. Rangachari gave examples of the recent earthquake in Sichuan and how the Chinese have been more open about it as compared with Burma, which kept everything under a tight lid and did not allow relief or aid workers from outside.
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(Ms Sondhi was absent from the hall and the matter was not taken up)
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