Dr. Dnyaneshwar Mulay, Member of the National Human Rights Commission speaks about the “Changing Dimension of Human Rights in the Changing World” and highlights how the National Human Rights Commission safeguards these basic, yet often considered inconsequential rights, in an interview with Ananya Singh.

Dr. Mulay joined the Indian Foreign Services in 1983 and has served as the High Commissioner of India to Maldives. He was also the Consul General of India in New York, USA among other positions of repute held by him. He is also a celebrated author, having written over 15 books in several languages like Marathi, English and Hindi. Recipient of several prestigious awards, he has been engaged in the task of working at the grass root level of society with establishing libraries, sport clubs and an orphanage at his native place, Kolahpur.

Dr. Mulay is famously known as the “Passport Man of India” for his efforts in taking the Passport Sewa to people’s doorsteps. Under his leadership, 410 new passport offices were opened in the country as part of taking passport office to every Lok Sabha constituency and from 77, the number of passport offices increased to 510 across the Nation.

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