V. V. Paranjpe

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V. V. Paranjpe
Born Vasant V. Paranjpe
Nationality Indian
Occupation Diplomat

V. V. Paranjpe is a retired Indian diplomat and an expert on China. In 1947, he came to China to study the Chinese language at Beijing University. He later worked as an ambassador in China, until 1957. He served as the interpreter when Nehru visited China and talked with Mao Zedong in 1954. He was later made India's ambassador to South Korea.[1]

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  1. ^ Rangarajan S. (20 September 2009). "High speed drama". The Hindu. Retrieved 4 June 2015. 

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