Posts Tagged ‘Kashmir’

  Letters from Kargil by Diksha Dwivedi In May 1999, India was invaded by Pakistan in Kargil, Ladakh, in a surprise attack. Diksha Dwivedi’s father was one of the martyrs of that war. In this extremely moving book, she tells the story of the Kargil war through the letters and diaries of her father and other soldiers...

In this extract from How India Sees the World, India’s foremost China expert Shyam Saran decodes the secrets behind how the Chinese think and presents a sweeping history of the relationship – and border dispute – between India and China. Take a look: Deception as an instrument of statecraft is common to several...

The roots of pakistan's suspicion towards India started in 1947. Husain Haqqani tells the history.

In a city in the throes of a bloody war, Superintendent Farooq Reshi sets out on a dangerous mission when Inspector Zahir of the Special Operations Group goes missing. Read an excerpt from this explosive thriller set in Srinagar, available now on the Juggernaut app: PARADISE Villa, its loving but unimaginative owners...

Years of working with corrupt cops and compromised militants in war-torn Kashmir has hardened Superintendent Farooq Reshi. But when a serial bomber targets Srinagar, even Reshi’s cynicism is tested. Read an excerpt from Gold Flake available now on the Juggernaut App: In the late 1990s, when I took charge of the Jammu...

Read Husain Haqqani's India vs Pakistan: Why Can't We Just Be Friends? now by downloading the Juggernaut app