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Sumit Ganguly is a Professor of Political Science, holds the Rabindranath Tagore Chair in Indian Cultures and Civilizations and directs the Center on American and Global Security at Indiana University, Bloomington. He has previously taught at James Madison College of Michigan State University, Hunter College and The Graduate Center of the City University of New York and the University of Texas at Austin.

Sumit Ganguly holds the Rabindranath Tagore Chair in IndianCultures and Civilizations and directs the Center on American and GlobalSecurity. He has previously taught at James Madison College of Michigan StateUniversity, Hunter College and the Graduate Center of the City University ofNew York, the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia Universityand the University of Texas at Austin. His work has been published in AsianSurvey, Current History, Foreign Affairs, International Security,Security Studies, the Washington Quarterly and the World Policy Journal.He currently serves on the editorial boards of the American Political ScienceReview, Asian Survey, Asian Security, Current History, The India Review,International Security, Pacific Affairs and Security Studies and thefounding editor of Asian Security and The India Review. ProfessorGanguly has been a Fellow and a Guest Scholar the Woodrow Wilson Center forScholars, a Visiting Fellow at the Center on Democracy, Development and theRule of Law and the Center on International Security and Cooperation atStanford University. He is the author, co-author, editor or co-editor of twentybooks on South Asia. His most recent books are India Since 1980(with Rahul Mukherji) published by Cambridge University Press and HowRivalries End (with Karen Rasler and William R. Thompson) published byColumbia University Press. He is currently completing the Oxford ShortIntroduction to Indian Foreign Policy for Oxford University Press, NewDelhi, Deadly Impasse: Indo-Pakistani Relations at the Dawn of NewCentury for Cambridge University Press and India Ascendent (withWilliam R. Thompson) for Columbia University Press. Professor Ganguly is amember of the Council on Foreign Relations (New York) and the InternationalInstitute of Strategic Studies (London).

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    Prasenjit Chatterjee also asked him to dance in the song number “na re na”. Sumit Ganguly had always acted in the role of villains in bengali films. When he was asked who was the actress who he did not get any role of kidnapping among the three Subhashree, Srabanti and Payel; he answered Srabanti Chatterjee. He also said that in the industry he did not fear anyone except Prasenjit Chatterjee and Rachana Banerjee. In majority of films when he played the role of the villain, Prasenjit Chatterjee played the role of hero, so at the end of the film he used to get beating from Prasenjit Chatterjee.

    Sumit Ganguly holds the Rabindranath Tagore Chair in IndianCultures and Civilizations and directs the Center on American and GlobalSecurity. He has previously taught at James Madison College of Michigan StateUniversity, Hunter College and the Graduate Center of the City University ofNew York, the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia Universityand the University of Texas at Austin. His work has been published in AsianSurvey, Current History, Foreign Affairs, International Security,Security Studies, the Washington Quarterly and the World Policy Journal.He currently serves on the editorial boards of the American Political ScienceReview, Asian Survey, Asian Security, Current History, The India Review,International Security, Pacific Affairs and Security Studies and thefounding editor of Asian Security and The India Review. ProfessorGanguly has been a Fellow and a Guest Scholar the Woodrow Wilson Center forScholars, a Visiting Fellow at the Center on Democracy, Development and theRule of Law and the Center on International Security and Cooperation atStanford University. He is the author, co-author, editor or co-editor of twentybooks on South Asia. His most recent books are India Since 1980(with Rahul Mukherji) published by Cambridge University Press and HowRivalries End (with Karen Rasler and William R. Thompson) published byColumbia University Press. He is currently completing the Oxford ShortIntroduction to Indian Foreign Policy for Oxford University Press, NewDelhi, Deadly Impasse: Indo-Pakistani Relations at the Dawn of NewCentury for Cambridge University Press and India Ascendent (withWilliam R. Thompson) for Columbia University Press. Professor Ganguly is amember of the Council on Foreign Relations (New York) and the InternationalInstitute of Strategic Studies (London).