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Visit by New Zealand Track II Delegation for Inaugural India-New Zealand New Zealand Delegation Dr Richard Grant, Executive Director, Asia New Zealand Foundation (Leader of Mr Brian Lynch, Director, New Zealand Institute of International Affairs (mob. +64 27 445 2958) (arrive on 5 Dec in Delhi, overnight at Hotel Pooja Palace,15A/11 WEA Puja Park,Karol Bagh. Tel 2574 5275(76) Professor Xiaoming Huang, Director, New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre, Victoria University of Wellington (arrive on 4 Dec at 2150hrs – by KL MH190) Dr. Mark Rolls, Senior lecturer in International Relations, Waikato University Dr. David Capie, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Victoria University of Pia McKay, Asia:NZ Young Leader Dr Jane Buckingham, New Zealand South Asia Centre and History/Humanities, University of Canterbury; . (mobile: 09566172166) (arriving from Chennai by IT 233 at 8.35pm) Accommodation at IDSA @Rs 4000/- per night New Zealand High Commission HE Rupert Holborow, High Commissioner John Subritzky, Deputy High Commissioner Melanie Champman, Education Counsellor Institute of Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA) Guest House, No.1 Development Enclave, Delhi Cantt. Tel: +91 11 26151150 - 54 Contacts: at the Guesthouse: Anubhav: +91 9999 889192 /Nisha: 9999889194 Track II contact: Dr Pankaj Jha, Associate Fellow, IDSA: +91 9811059098 Programme for NZ Track II Delegation for Inaugural India-NZ Track II Talks_v1.DOC Professor Xiaoming Huang, Director, New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre, Victoria University of Wellington 53 CD2- Wilson Ms Jane Buckingham arrive by IT233 from Chennai Arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport by MH190 (Malaysian Airlines). Transfer to IDSA, Guest House, No.1 Development Enclave, Delhi Cantt. (travel time: approx 30mins) Dr Richard Grant, Dr. David Capie, Pia McKay Arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport by SQ 408 (Singapore Airlines). Transfer to IDSA, Guest House, No.1 Development Enclave, Delhi Cantt. (travel time: approx 30mins) Rupert and John Depart NZHC for IDSA, No. Development Enclave, Delhi Cabtt. Rupert return to NZHC at 11.15am, John to stay back Day One of Inaugural India- New Zealand Track II Dialogue Programme for NZ Track II Delegation for Inaugural India-NZ Track II Talks_v1.DOC Day Two of Inaugural India- New Zealand Track II Dialogue Depart IDSA Guest House for International airport with 7 guests. Travel time approx 30 mins. 53 CD14 and 53 CD 2 for this airport transfer: total 7 people. Dr Richard Grant, Mr and Mrs Brian Lynch, Dr. David Capie, Pia McKay, Professor Xiaoming Huang and Dr. Mark Rolls total- 7 Ms Jane Buckingham depart for domestic airport to board flight IC801 at 4.45pm Car arranged from the guest house @Rs 300/- (to be paid directly) New Zealand High Commission Phone/Contacts List Address: Sir Edmund Hillary Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi Programme for NZ Track II Delegation for Inaugural India-NZ Track II Talks_v1.DOC John Subritzky, Deputy High Commissioner Phone notes: To dial a number from NZ cell to landline: in Delhi : +91 11 (Tel no.) To dial a number from cell to cell: +91 (then the no.) To dial numbers from a local landline in India, drop +91, add 0 in front of area code, or cel number. Programme for NZ Track II Delegation for Inaugural India-NZ Track II Talks_v1.DOC Do not drink tap water – drink bottled water (always ensure that the seal on the top is intact when purchasing bottled water). Avoid ice in drinks or fresh fruit juices (as they may contain tap water). Even salads (including at 5-star hotels) may be a risk if washed in tap water Good idea to bring hand sanitisers and carry packets of tissues (some toilets, e.g. on the train, may not have toilet paper). Obtain from the Travel Doctor some basic medicine for “traveller’s diarrhoea” (i.e. antibiotics such as norfloxacin or ciprofloxacin which kill the bacteria; and loperamide which is a “stopper” but does not kill the cause). Rehydration sachets (e.g. Gastrolyte) may also be useful. Bring mosquito repellent (especially for early evenings). Drink plenty of water to keep hydrated – particularly given the temperatures and if there are any stomach upsets. Be careful with your valuables (money, passport, jewellery) – leave the latter in the safe in your Hotel room. Be careful when using credit cards – make sure the credit card is swiped in front of you. There are many 24 hour ATMs linked to international networks (Visa, Maestro, Plus, Cirrus, MasterCard) – although your NZ bank account may impose transaction charges. Bargaining is normal in markets although organised retail shops, including government/state emporiums, have set prices. Be aware of touts at the markets and other public places – they may appear to be friendly people but are likely to divert you to certain shopping locations for a commission. Electricity is 230 V to 240 V. Three round-pin style sockets are used – hotels will have adaptors. There are regular blackouts – but the major hotels all have back-up generators. Programme for NZ Track II Delegation for Inaugural India-NZ Track II Talks_v1.DOC Inaugural India- New Zealand Track II Dialogue, Dec. 7-8, 2009 December 6, 2009- Arrival of the New Zealand Delegation led by Dr. Richard Grant, Executive Director, Asia New Zealand Foundation (Stay at IDSA Guest house) 1000hrs-Welcome Remarks by Dr. Arvind Gupta, Lal Bahadur Shastri Chair , IDSA 1010 hrs-Opening Address by Shri N. Ravi, Secretary (East)1 1020 hrs-Special Address by New Zealand High Commissioner to India, His Excellency Mr. Rupert Holborow 1035hrs-Keynote Address by Dr. Richard Grant, Executive Director, Asia-New Zealand Foundation 1050hrs-Vote of Thanks by Dr. Rajaram Panda, Senior Fellow, IDSA 1050hrs-1100hrs-Tea 1100- 1215hrs: Working Sessions-I: Multilateralism and Asia Evolving East Asian Institutional Architecture Chairperson – Amb. S.K. Bhutani (Former Ambassador to Australia) • Presentation by Dr. Rajaram Panda, Senior Fellow ,IDSA • Presentation by Dr. David Capie, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Victoria University of Wellington 1215-1330 hrs-Global Economic Crisis- India and New Zealand Perspectives Chairperson – Mr. Brian Lynch, Director, New Zealand Institute of International Affairs • Presentation by Dr. Richard Grant, Executive Director, Asia New Zealand • Presentation by Dr. I. N Mukherjee, Retired Professor, South Asia, JNU and presently Consultant, Research and Information Systems(RIS),Delhi Programme for NZ Track II Delegation for Inaugural India-NZ Track II Talks_v1.DOC Discussion Lunch 1330hrs-1430hrs 1430hrs-1545hrs-Development and Security in Asia Pacific-Session II Chairperson –Prof. V.P Dutt, Former VC , Delhi University South Pacific Developments-Presentation Mr. Brian Lynch, Director, New Zealand Institute of International Affairs South Asia Developments- Presentation by Dr. Smruti Pattnaik, Research Fellow IDSA 1545-1600 hrs-TEA- 1600hrs-1715hrs- Session –III-Security Issues in Asia (Two Presentations) Chairperson - Dr. Richard Grant • Presentation from Indian side on China and Regional Security- Air Cmmde (Retd) Ramesh Phadke, Advisor Research, IDSA • Presentation from Professor Xiaoming Huang, Director, New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre, Victoria University of Wellington Discussion 1800hrs-Cocktails and Dinner hosted by LBSC, IDSA 1000hrs-1115hrs: Concerns and Challenges-Session IV Chairperson –Dr. Arvind Gupta, LBSC Chair • Obama Administration Policy in Southeast and East Asia-Presentation • Presentation Dr. Mark Rolls, senior lecturer in International Relations, Programme for NZ Track II Delegation for Inaugural India-NZ Track II Talks_v1.DOC 1115hrs-1130hrs-Tea 1130-hrs-1245hrs Bilateral Relations-India and New Zealand Chairperson - Professor Xiaoming Huang, Director, New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre • Presentation by Dr. Pankaj Jha, Associate Fellow, IDSA • Presentation from HE Mr. Rupert Holborow, New Zealand High Commissioner (with intro by Dr. Richard Grant) Discussions 1245hrs-1330hrs-Concluding session-Discussion about Agenda for Next meeting and decision about venue 1330-1430hrs-Lunch 1900hrs-Departure of New Zealand Delegation • Chairpersons yet to be decided(6 chairpersons, three each from either • The bilateral dialogue is intended to come out with a book /monograph • It is requested that the paper presenters should give a brief paper of about 2500-3000 words prior to presentation for fruitful discussions. • It is requested that all presenters should give their curriculum vitae as well as soft copy of papers by December 3, 2009 to Programme Committee (Dr. Pankaj Jha, e mail-pankajstrategic@gmail.com). 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