Posts Tagged ‘Sushant Singh’

  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...

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We asked authors to name us the one book by a woman-author that has shaped their thinking. We got some brilliant responses!

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As India becomes a global power, 3 military operations from the past can provide New Delhi with right templates for overseas missions, says Sushant Singh

223 Indian soldiers were held hostage in Sierra Leone; the rescue mission, Operation Khukri, was India's answer, writes Sushant Singh.

A short timeline of India's disastrous military mission in Sri Lanka in the 1980s.

India's military involvement in Sri Lanka - often called 'India's Vietnam' - began with the LTTE turning on their Indian masters, writes Sushant Singh

Behind the scenes of writing Operation Cactus with journalist and ex-army man Sushant Singh

Listen to a short excerpt from Operation Cactus, the story of India's most daredevil military operation you've never heard of!