India loses race for Interpol Secretary General's post
June 18, 2014  14:09
India has lost the race for the post of Interpol Secretary General with its Executive Committee appointing Germany's Juergen Stock as the successor to incumbent Ronald K Noble of the United States.

CBI Director Ranjit Sinha, who was the first Indian to be shortlisted for the post of Secretary General, had appeared in the interview along with a candidate each from France, Germany, Italy, Jordan and the United Kingdom yesterday evening at Interpol headquarters in Lyon, France.
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