Maj Gen Jagatbir Singh, VSM (RETD)

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The challenge is in implementation of Agnipath

What about the balance who cannot further their prospects and once their money is spent, remain jobless? Agnipath or Tour...

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West Asia at War is a monumental work of rare scholarship

The chapter on India-West Asia ties is an excellent exposition of the changing contours of the relationship.   Ambassador Talmiz...

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A rare insight into China’s negotiations with India

Retired Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale’s book, The Long Game; How the Chinese Negotiate with India, identifies the strengths and vulnerabilities...

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Hamir Singh: A heroic tale of trials and tribulations

The book, ‘POW 1971: A Soldier’s Account of the Heroic Battle of Daruchhian’, by Major General Vijay Singh is written...

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DARK SECRETS: OPENING A NEW DOORWAY

What the dark secret reveals is the fallout of the tracking of the Soviet nuclear quest by Britain in one...

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Undefined boundary at the core of India-China troubled ties

Maroof Raza asks two key questions: who does Aksai Chin belong to? And will China accept the McMahon Line as...

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The most definitive account of 1965 war

The sheer scope of the book, 1965: A Western Sunrise is remarkable. It seamlessly moves from the Rann of Kutch,...

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A colonel makes writing his passion after retiring from army

The stories are powerful and yet the manner in which the message has been conveyed is subtle. Colonel Ajay Singh...

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RAINBOW’S END: a great insight

The title of the book signifies the significant change in the evolution of Welham Boys’ School, which today is ranked...

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THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON: MISSING IN ACTION

The emotive issue of those missing and in indefinite detention in Pakistan’s captivity has been tellingly documented by Chandra Suta...

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Life of a top editor with access to movers and shakers

Lionel Barber talks about President Xi’s visit to the UK in 2015, when he demanded treatment worthy of an Emperor:...

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A racy, Ludlum-like thriller from a serving Indian general

The fate of the world rests on the success of a quest undertaken by a team of a Japanese policewoman,...

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A remarkable close-up of a fractured Pakistan

Pakistan is like a net, a collection of holes, held together by a string; the string of self interest.  ...

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Book captures richness, pulse of the Northeast

The book has taken four years to write and involved over a hundred visits to the area.   Life and...