Nauru’s honorary consul-general in India has retired and the appointment of his successor through a Consular Commission signed by President Baron Waqa.
Mr Bhalla was appointed honorary consul-general of Nauru in New Delhi India on 21 August 1985. His association with Nauru began in 1982 when he served as Parliamentary Counsel until 1984, and subsequently served in other positions and duties for the Republic.
Mr Bhalla’s son, Charan Kamal Bhalla, is now appointed as the new honorary consul-general to Nauru.
Charan Bhalla graduated in chemical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology followed by an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management.
He is currently a practising strategist focusing on organisational improvements and efficiency in management, and is the founding president and chief executive officer of Savant Associates. He does consultancy work on strategy, governance, risk and compliance, marketing and sales management.
Mr Charan Bhalla will continue the good work of his father who served Nauru well during his tenure of 32 years.