Mission Overseas | मिशन ओवरसीज़
हमारी सेना के विशेष अभियान जिनके बारे में जानना ज़रूरी है। अब तक अनदेखी खुफिया सैनिक रिपोर्टो और आंखों देखे बयानों को इस्तेमाल करते हुए पूर्व फौजी और पत्रकार सुशांत सिंह ने विदेशी धरती पर भारतीय सैनिक अभियानों का एक जीवंत इतिहास रचा है। ये भुला दिए गए अभियान मालदीव, श्रीलंका और सिएरा लियोन में चलाए गए थे। ये रोमांचक, सच्ची कहानियां भारतीय इतिहास के अब तक अनकहे रह गए एक अध्याय पर तो रोशनी डालती ही हैं, ये हर तरह की मुश्किलों का सामना करने वाले भारतीय सैनिकों की बेमिसाल बहादुरी को भी सामने लाती हैं।
Mission Overseas | मिशन ओवरसीज़
|Dimensions||8.66 × 5.57 × 1.57 in|
AUTHOR :Sushant Singh
PUBLISHER : Rajpal and Sons
LANGUAGE : Hindi
ISBN : 9789386228291
BINDING : (PB)
PAGES : 188
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When a nation begins to pine for a person from its past, wishing he remained at the helm for longer, it indicates that the path taken by that nation is not the correct one. With Sardar Patel, especially vis-a-vis Nehru, the Indian nation still mourns the fact that the former did not become the first Prime Minister of India. This book, written by Justice (retd.) S N Aggarwal, author of “Nehru’s Himalayan Blunders”, establishes the real reasons why we still pine for Patel’s longer presence at the horizon of our national leadership. The book, quoting from authentic sources, also gives ample insight into the views and understanding of the affairs of the nation, which Sardar not only preached but also practiced. Usually, Sardar Patel, the “Iron Man” that he was, is lauded for his role in the unification of post-independent India. With Nehru botching up the only princely state he handled – namely, Jammu and Kashmir – Patel’s contribution in unifying more than 500 princely states in the Indian union becomes all the more laudable. However, this book goes beyond. “Had Sardar Patel been the first Prime Minister, the country would have been fully armed to defend herself, there could have been no danger from outside. By following the principles of patriotism, moral values and high character and discipline, there would have been no internal problem,” writes the author. And, like the case of Kashmir, in these matters too, Nehru’s conduct makes one wish all the more strongly that Sardar should have been the first Prime Minister of India.
Thus comes the plainitive cry of Kailash Pandit. The reporting on Kashmir has whitewashed the human tragedy of Kashmiri Hindus. This book retells the tale in a fictionalized account which is all too real. It catches the facts of deception, betrayal, propaganda and political ambitions that have all but erased the memories of oppression of Kashmiri Hindus from the nation’s conscience. It extricates the truth of human tragedy and presents it with brutal honesty. Thus, Kailash Pandit’s question, trapped in his head, or Aarti Kaul’s unconceived womb become powerful metaphors of what happened to Kashmiri Hindus. It is time for Kailash Pandit to speak; this is his story. This is Kashmir’s story. This is Kasheer.
Originally written in Kannada, this book is translated into English by Hemanth Shanthigrama, who is a London-based technology professional.
महाकवि श्री सूरदास जी के द्वारा विरचित 309 पदों के इस संग्रह में वैराग्य, अनित्यता, विनय, प्रबोध तथा चेतावनी आदि विषयों का सुन्दर वर्णन है। पुस्तक में आये हुए मुख्य कथा-प्रसंग पुस्तक के अन्त में परिशिष्ट के रूप में दिए गये हैं।
The nullification of Article 370 and enactment of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA), 2019, had been landmark legislative actions in 2019. Author Sanjay Dixit delves deep into the past and traces the events, actions and their repercussions that finally led to the Union of India introducing these two measures. He looks at these events from all perspectives-historical, social and political. For Article 370, he traces the entire history of Kashmir from its pre-Islamic past and to the events that unfolded at the time of the Partition of India, leading to the initial inclusion of Article 370 in the Constitution of India. Dixit also studies in detail the legal and constitutional labyrinths, discussing the various Presidential Orders and case laws from the Constitutional Bench jurisdiction of the Supreme Court. For CAA, Dixit traces the constitutional history of India from the time of the partition of Bengal in 1905 to the unfortunate events of the Partition in 1947. His study relies heavily on Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’s analysis of the reasons for the Partition and the theology of a ‘separate nation’ that prevailed during the period. The author contends that this same theology has been staging a comeback now in the form of mazhabi pehchan which forms the crux of the anti-CAA protests. The informed position of the author, his lucidity of language and directness of approach lend clarity to his arguments and make this an accessible and important read.