Pramit is also the foreign editor of the Hindustan Times, the primary newspaper of the Indian capital New Delhi, and fellow and head of strategic affairs of the Ananta Aspen Centre of India. He served two terms from 2011 to 2015 on the Indian government’s National Security Advisory Board, a body that provides policy inputs to the Indian Prime Minister’s Office in security and economic fields.
He serves as a delegate for a number of track-two strategic and economic dialogues on behalf of India’s largest chamber of commerce, the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), and the affiliated Ananta Aspen Centre. These include the CII-Aspen Strategy Group India-US strategic dialogue, the CII’s trilateral India-US-Japan dialogue, and similar dialogues with China, Israel, Turkey and South Korea. These dialogues serve as path-breakers for India’s relationships with major countries of the world in all spheres of policy.
Pramit’s affiliations outside of India include being a member of the New York-based Asia Society’s Global Council, the Aspen Institute of Italy, the Institute of International Strategic Studies in London and the Mont Pelerin Society.
In 2007-08 he was the Bernard Schwarz Fellow at the Asia Society in New York and a Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow at the University of Maryland College Park in 1994-95. Pramit has also been a media fellow at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, South Asia Fellow at the Henry Stimson Centre and Visiting Fellow at his alma mater Cornell University.