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    <h1>Rameshwar Nath Kao</h1>
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      <p><em>(10 May 1918 – 20 January 2002)</em> was an Indian spymaster and the first chief of India's external intelligence agency, the Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW) from its founding in 1969 to 1977. Kao was one of India's foremost intelligence officers, and helped build R&AW.[1] He held the position of Secretary (Research) in the Cabinet Secretariat of the Government of India, which has been held by all R&AW directors since. He had also, during the course of his long career, served as the personal security chief to Prime Minister Nehru and as security adviser to Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. He also founded the Aviation Research Centre (ARC) and the Joint Intelligence Committee. An intensely private man, Kao was rarely seen in public post-retirement, and was photographed only twice throughout his life.</p>
    <h2>Here's timeline of Rameshwar Nath Kao</h2>
        <li><strong>1918</strong>- Kao was born in the city of Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh</li>
        <li><strong>1936</strong>-He attained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Lucknow University. </li>
           <li><strong>1947</strong>-Kao joined the Directorate of Intelligence Bureau that was loosely founded in the late 19th century by Colonel James Sleeman, a British civil servant with the East India Company.</li>
         <li><strong>1968</strong>-He was the founder of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), India's overseas information-gathering and counter-intelligence agency.</li>
        <li><strong>1971</strong>-The razor-sharp, decisive and often ruthless Kao was one of the main architects behind East Pakistan's breaking away to become Bangladesh. </li>
        <li><strong>1989</strong>-Kao dedicated his time largely to the task of restoring the dignity and honour of the Kashmiri Pandits</li>
        <li><strong>2002</strong>-He died at age 84. He left behind his wife, Malini Kao, to whom he had been married for 60 years, and daughter Achala Kaul.</li>
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