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About the authors

Wilson John

Wilson John is a Senior Fellow with Observer research Foundation, New Delhi. His areas of research include India's neighbourhood policy, Pakistan and terrorism. He has four books to his credit -An Admiral's Fall (1999), Karachi: An International Terrorist capital in the making (2004), Pakistan's Nuclear Underworld (2005), and Terrorism in South Asia-edited with Swati Parashar (2005). His articles are regularly published both in India and abroad. He has contributed a chapter, Pakistani Under Islamist Siege, in India's National Security: Annual Review 2004 -edited by Professor Satish Kumar, India research Press, 2005. His chapters on Pakistan have been published in Unmasking Terror: A global review of terrorist activities published by The Jamestown Foundation, Washington, 2005. His recent article in The Washington Times was on Inside Political (March 22, 2007). Recently, a chapter on Islamic terrorism in South Asia: Trends and Challenges is included in South Asia Defence & Strategic Year Book 2007 published by Pentagon Press, new Delhi. An edited volume on Pakistan: Future tense is under publication. His latest publication is a Brief on lashkar-e-Tayyeba published by University of Bradford in may 2007.  

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Kapil Kapoor

Kapil Kapoor (b. 1940) is Professor of English, Centre for Linguistics and English, and Concurrent Professor, Special Centre for Sanskrit Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He was Dean of the School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies, JNU, from 1997-1999 and Rector of the University from 1999-2002. His teaching and research interests include literary and linguistic theories - both Indian and Western, philosophy of language, nineteenth century British life, literature and thought, and Indian intellectual traditions. He has been lecturing on these themes and has written extensively on them. He has been teaching for almost forty-five years now. Literary Theory - Indian Conceptual Framework (1998); Canonical Texts of Literary Criticism (1995); Language, Literature and Linguistics - The Indian Perspective (1994); and South Asian Love Poetry (1994) and Text and Interpretation in the Indian Tradition (2005)are among his publications.

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Bibliographic information

Title Bharatavarsha The India Narrative: As Told in Indravijayah
Format Hardcover
Date published: 28.12.2017
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Rupa & Co.
Language: English
isbn 9788129149138
length xv+699p., Illustrations Black and White; 24cm.
Subjects History