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Capital cityDelhi
LocationSouth Asia, Asia
LeaderPrime Minister of India
Typenation state
Interest ofThomas Malthus, OpIndia
Member ofCommonwealth of Nations, G-20, Global Counter Terrorism Forum, International Energy Agency, UN
India/Permanent Representative to the UN
India/Prime Minister
The "Jewel in the Crown" of the British Empire. Until independence in 1947 it was ruled from London under the auspices of a British-appointed Viceroy whose powers were absolute.

India is the most populous nation state in the world, after China.


The Unmaking of India: How the British Impoverished the World’s Richest Country

The UK colonized India in exchange for trading rights the English brought European products to India. Throughout the 1600s English trade in India expanded and English traders built many trading posts. and factories across India. However, by the end of the century relations with the Mughal rulers had worsened.[1]

In 1947, Mountbatten was appointed Viceroy and Governor-General of India and oversaw the Partition of India into India and Pakistan. Lord Mountbatten became convinced that the differences between the Muslim League and the Congress Party were irreconcilable in the 1900s, and that speed was of the essence because of the real risks of mutiny among Indian troops or the outbreak of civil war, and that a partition was the only expedient option to easy tensions, which became the official reasoning[2] Internal opportunity therefore led to the secret partition of India into India and Pakistan, along - often faulty - religious lines creating tensions for future generations between a much larger Hindu population and divided muslims.[3][4]

Military expenditure

In 2013, India was #9 in the world in terms of military expenditure.[5] Between 2012-2016, it was one of only 2 states to account for over 5% of global weapons imports (together with Saudi Arabia).[6]

"War on Terror"

Full article: Rated 4/5 “War on Terror”

After the 2008 Mumbai attacks, the National Investigation Agency was set up, a special national "counter-terrorism" agency empowered to deal with "terror-related" matters anywhere in India without permission from the state governments.


In 2015, the New York Times reported on Delhi's air pollution that "nearly half of the city’s 4.4 million schoolchildren have irreversible lung damage from the poisonous air."[7]


In 2016, the Indian central bank banned their highest denomination banknote, citing concerns about corruption.[8]


In December 2018, the Indian government passed a law that required any person in charge of a computer to “extend all facilities and technical assistance to the agencies” in accessing its content. Failure to comply with the agencies could result in seven years of imprisonment and an unspecified fine.[9]

Universal surveillance

In 2010 India started scanning personal details like names, addresses, dates of birth, mobile numbers, and more, along with all 10 fingerprints and iris scans of its 1.3 billion citizens, into a centralized government database called Aadhaar to create a voluntary identity system. This was reportedly breached in January 2018.[10]


An event carried out

Evacuation from AfghanistanAfghanistanThe evacuation of foreigners from Afghanistan, one of the largest airlifts in history


Related Quotation

Jimmy Carter““Well, he might be escalating it but I think that precedes Trump,” he said. “The United States has been the dominant character in the whole world and now we’re not anymore. And we’re not going to be. Russia’s coming back and India and China are coming forward.””Jimmy Carter
New York Times



"Indian rivers swollen with bodies"To further the COVID-19 agenda, corporate media reported of Indian rivers overflowing with corpses, implied of people dead of Covid.
2001 Indian Parliament attack
2008 Mumbai attacksAn incident of "terrorism" used to introduce the Indian National Investigation Agency. The perpetrators may have connections to the CIA and deep state.
2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine/Premature deathPremature deaths of mostly Russian businessman during and around when the Russian invasion commenced. There may be Ukrainian and others as well. As the list grows, it appears the men are being targeted in dozens of western countries as well.
Bofors AffairA collective name for two deals in which the Swedish arms manufacturer Bofors was involved in, including smuggling and bribes.
Le Cercle/2006 (Delhi)


Groups Headquartered Here

Aligarh Muslim University1875Before 1939, faculty members and students supported an all-India nationalist movement but after 1939, the university came to be a center of the Pakistan Movement.
Central Bank of India
Gujarat University1949The largest and oldest university in Gujarat.
Himachal Pradesh University1970University in the former hill station of Shimla
Institute of Chemical Technology1933Has produced many first-generation entrepreneurs and academics.
Madras Christian College1837Indian college with many distinguished alumni
National Investigation Agency31 December 2008
National Law School of India University1986Considered the best law school in India
Panjab University1882one of the most well ranked universities in India
Reserve Bank of India
University of Delhi1922DU is one of the most sought after institutions of higher education in India


Citizens of India on Wikispooks

Montek AhluwaliaGlobal Commission for Post-Pandemic Policy, G30
Mukesh Ambani19 April 1957Asia's richest man living in the world's most expensive house. Selected a Global Leader for Tomorrow by the World Economic Forum in 1994. By the 2010s, he sat on the board of the same World Economic Forum. Member of the Global Board of Advisors of the US Council on Foreign Relations.
Sayeed Zabiuddin Ansari30 November 1980Terrorist accused of being involved in the 2008 Mumbai attacks.
Shiva Ayyadurai2 December 1963Indian-American biologist and dissident.
Homi J. Bhabha30 October 190924 January 1966Indian nuclear physicist possibly killed by the CIA in air crash
Pamella Bordes1961
Raghav Chadha11 November 1988YGL 2022 who wrote a publicised letter to the Indian PM promoting the mandation of COVID jabs
Morarji Desai29 February 189610 April 1995Prime Minister of India who was on the CIA payroll
Indira Gandhi19 November 191731 October 1984Le Cercle
Mahatma Gandhi2 October 186930 January 1948Indian non-violent revolutionary sage
Rahul Gandhi19 June 1970Part of the Nehru–Gandhi family. President of the Indian National Congress 2017-2019, but resigned as party leader after poor election results.
Deepti Gurdasani1982British-Indian lecturer with links to the Wellcome Sanger Institute. She is a huge promoter of lockdowns and the Covid-19/Vaccine
Cushrow Irani19312005Indian editor member of many Cold War press efforts.
John Kapoor1942US billionaire found guilty of bribing doctors to prescribe opioids.
Poonam Mahajan9 December 1980WEF YGL Indian politician who attended the Georgetown Leadership Seminar/2015. Father shot dead
Vikram MehtaIndian business executive turned analyst.
Aditya Mittal22 January 1976Indian billionaire heir to steel empire. WEF Young Global Leader 2005.
Madhav Das Nalapat1950An academic and columnist from India
Hardeep Singh Puri15 February 1952Indian diplomat with a belief in Western good intentions
Lavanya RajamaniIndian professor and Rhodes Scholar
Lila Rajiva
Arundhati Roy23 November 1961Left-wing writer/activist with many dangerous enemies
Lal Bahadur Shastri2 October 190411 January 1966Indian Prime Minister possibly assassinated by the CIA.
Salil Shetty3 February 1961
Vandana Shiva5 November 1952Anti-globalization and anti-GMO activist
Danish Siddiqui19 May 198315 July 2021Indian photo-journalist killed the crossfire in Afghanistan in July 2021.
Manmohan Singh26 September 1932Le Cercle
Devi Sridhar1984WEF Young Global Leader pushing SDS policy. In 2020, Devi Sridhar advised the Scottish government on how to deal with COVID in Scotland. Unflinching as to children.
Arvind SubramanianIndian economist who became the second Indian to attend the Bilderberg in 2023.
Soumya Swaminathan2 May 1959
Ratan Tata
T. S. Tirumurti7 March 1962Indian diplomat
Fareed Zakaria20 January 1964Newsweek Editor, first Indian Bilderberger, WEF AGM regular, WEF YGL 2005 ...


Event Participated in

Bandung Conference19551955IndonesiaImportant conference for the global south; participants soon became prime targets for US foreign policy
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