1926, Male , Indian , Retd. Govt. Official. Engaged in literary pursuits
Ramendra Narayan Sanyal (b. 1926) began his professional career in a college after successfully completing his Masters in Economics from Calcutta University. Later he went on to compete in the State Civil Services examination that led him to begin a long association with the West Bengal State Police Service and then with the Intelligence Bureau, Government of India. Over the course of nearly three decades he served in various capacities handling many sensitive assignments of national and international importance. Awarded the Indian Police Medal for Distinguished Service, Police Medal for Meritorious Service and the Police (Special Duty) Medal, Manipur. Since his retirement, he has been a prolific writer on diverse subjects including a recently published in-depth analysis of the intelligence network in the Mahabharata and its relevance in the present geo-political risks that India faces.
1. Jack Memorial Scholarship on the results of B.A. Honours examination.
2. Police Medal for Meriterious Service.
3. President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service.
4. Police (Special Duty) Medal, Manipur.