Manmohan Singh

Manmohan Singh became India’s 14th Prime Minister in 2004, having spent some years as a professor, and 30 years in a variety of government posts, most notably as Finance Minister in the early 1990’s. It was here that he earned himself the title ‘liberator’ of the Indian Economy.

 

Manmohan Singh was born in 1932 to a farming family in Gah, Punjab, British India, now in Pakistan. Following the partition of India in 1947 his family moved to Amritsar. His academic brilliance won him a scholarship to study Economics at Cambridge University. He then came to Oxford University to study for a D.Phil at Nuffield College in 1962. Manmohan Singh became India’s 14th Prime Minister in 2004, having spent some years as a professor, and 30 years in a variety of government posts, most notably as Finance Minister in the early 1990’s. It was here that he earned himself the title ‘liberator’ of the Indian Economy.

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