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The Bluest Eye Rules

MEA seniors resent S. Jaishankar’s ways

The Bluest Eye Rules
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The Bluest Eye Rules
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Foreign secretary Subramanyam Jaishankar’s growing clout with Prime Minister Narendra Modi is creating serious disquiet among other secretaries and senior diplomats in South Block.

Handpicked by Modi on the eve of his retirement, Jaishankar is now said to be using his growing closeness with the PM to ‘pick and choose’ areas that would allow him to maintain a high profile. Much of this, it is alleged, is naturally happening at the cost of senior colleagues in the ministry of external affairs, particularly the three other secretaries, all of whom are now looking for an opportunity to be posted out of headquarters.

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