Aditi Maheshwari From Rajasthan Became The British High Commissioner Of India For A Day Latest News Update

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Abhishek Dixit
Updated Sun, 10 Oct 2021 10:41 PM IST

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According to the information, Aditi emerged victorious as Britain’s top diplomat in India and experienced a variety of diplomatic activities on Friday.

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Aditi Maheshwari, 20, from Rajasthan, has recently become the British High Commissioner to India for a day. Aditi Maheshwari is pursuing her graduation in Physics from Miranda House College, University of Delhi. In fact, this competition is organized every year since 2017 to celebrate ‘International Day of the Girl Child’ on 11 October. The winner of this pan-India competition gets a unique opportunity to lead a diplomatic mission for a day.

Aditi is the fifth winner of this competition, who has got this award. He has expressed his desire to join the Indian Administrative Service (IAS). According to the information, Aditi emerged victorious as Britain’s top diplomat in India and experienced a variety of diplomatic activities on Friday.

At the same time, the British High Commissioner said that during this time Aditi also observed the India-UK Energy for Growth Dialogue with Ministers Raj Kumar Singh and Quasi Quarteng here. According to Aditi, both Britain and India are doing a lot of work on issues like climate change and gender inequality. At the same time, as a young woman, I will also make my efforts on this subject. I am fortunate that I got this opportunity. I also enjoyed traveling around in an electric vehicle as High Commissioner.

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Aditi Maheshwari, 20, from Rajasthan, has recently become the British High Commissioner to India for a day. Aditi Maheshwari is pursuing her graduation in Physics from Miranda House College, University of Delhi. In fact, this competition is organized every year since 2017 to celebrate ‘International Day of the Girl Child’ on 11 October. The winner of this pan-India competition gets a unique opportunity to lead a diplomatic mission for a day.

Aditi is the fifth winner of this competition, who has got this award. He has expressed his desire to join the Indian Administrative Service (IAS). According to the information, Aditi emerged victorious as Britain’s top diplomat in India and experienced a variety of diplomatic activities on Friday.

At the same time, the British High Commissioner said that during this time Aditi also observed the India-UK Energy for Growth Dialogue with Ministers Raj Kumar Singh and Quasi Quarteng here. According to Aditi, both Britain and India are doing a lot of work on issues like climate change and gender inequality. At the same time, as a young woman, I will also make my efforts on this subject. I am fortunate that I got this opportunity. I also enjoyed traveling around in an electric vehicle as High Commissioner.