Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister's Office T. K. A. Nair of India

Nair is presently the Chairman of the Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB.
It was earlier reported that Nair had been appointed Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister.
Born on 28 November 1939, Nair joined Dr Manmohan Singh as the principal secretary, relinquishing the post as the chairman of the Public Enterprises Selection Board.
Nair has pioneered the concept to attract chemical hubs for companies like Dow and DuPont.
Mr Nair said the fundamentals of the Indian economy were strong and robust.
Mr Nair said India's inflation rate is well under control.
Nair was the very first official to join Dr.
Quoting a study by the apex body of Infromation Technology companies, T K N Nair said that only 40 per cent of the engineering graduates passing out of the colleges are fit for the purpose.
on Kashmir Affairs in Prime Minister office.
In discussions held separately with Shaikh Hamed and Sultan bin Sulayem yesterday, Nair said Indian companies were equally keen to invest in the UAE's hydrocarbon, LNG and aluminium industries.
India will be able to send a manned mission to moon by the year 2020 if everything goes as planned, Indian Space Research Organisation Chairman G Madhavan Nair has said.
Nair was here to deliver the 4th lecture on leadership title 'Indian Space Mission-Recent Achievement and Challenges Ahead' at a function organised by the Ahmedabad Management Association.
Prime Minister's Principal Secretary T K A Nair was among those present on the occasion.
After successfully landing the Moon Impact Probe (MIP) on the lunar surface on Nov 14, ISRO has activated stereoscopic camera that has provided "very good images", ISRO Chief Madhavan Nair said Saturday.
T K A Nair, chairman, Public Enterprise Selection Board, was on Sunday appointed principal secretary to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
An Indian Administrative Service officer who retired in 1997, Nair was secretary to the then prime minister I K Gujral.
Addressing a press conference after the launch, Mr Nair said that the process of development of indigenous cryogenic engines was on as per schedule.
Mr Nair said that ISRO had signed up with "half a dozen institutions" for the use of Edusat and expected to enter into similar agreements with over 20 major institutions.
ISRO chief G Madhavan Nair had set a deadline of December 31 to resolve the deadlock, implying he would look for other options if a proper site is not identified by then.
New Delhi, May 18: Principal Secretary in the Prime Minister's office, T K A Nair was on Saturday given an extension as the UPA government headed by Manmohan Singh enters the fourth year in office next week.
67-year old Nair was appointed by Singh in May 2004 for a three-year term.
The mild-mannered, soft-spoken Nair had earlier served as Secretary to the then Prime Minister I K Gujral and worked as Chief Secretary to the Punjab Government.
The extension to Nair comes a day after the announcement of K M Chandrasekhar as the next Cabinet Secretary.