Madhav Das Nalapat

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(academic, journalist, editor)
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Alma materUniversity of Bombay
An academic and columnist from India

Madhav Das Nalapat (also M.D. Nalapat) is an academic and columnist from India.


He is the son of K. Madhava Das and the late English writer Kamala Das. Nalapat is the youngest of three brothers and married to Princess Lakshmi Bayi of the royal house of Travancore. He studied economics at the University of Mumbai.


He is the director of the publishing house The Sunday Guardian and Itv network (India), vice-president of the advanced research group of Manipal University and director of the geopolitics department of the same university. He has been the coordinating editor of the Times of India newspaper and editor of the Mathrubhumi newspaper. Nalapat writes regularly on security and international political affairs in the Sunday Guardian and many other publications such as the Pakistan Observer.[1][2]


Documents by Madhav Das Nalapat

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)
Document:A new Sykes-Picot Agreementarticle2 April 20112011 Attacks on Libya
Document:NATO destroys yet another countryarticle26 August 2011NATO
2011 Attacks on Libya
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