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From Kargil to Pulwama: The Story of Pakistan Misadventure with India

R. C. Mehta (Author)

The partition of India was unpleasant one. Since independence Pakistan has been behaving as an enemy, rather than a peaceful neighbor. Their policy has been to create conflict with India rather than the development of own people. And this policy of theirs has resulted in three major wars and birth of a new country Bangladesh. On the pretext of peace former Prime Minister late Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee was invited to visit Lahore and at the backdrop, their army tried to annexe Kargil. Their misadventure was firmly dealt with by the Indian Army and they were forced to back out. Their misadventure has continued for long, causing loss of lives of our jawans and innocent civilians. Pakistan has been harboring and nurturing terrorists for very long. Their latest assault on a truck carrying CRPF soldiers resulted in the martyrdom of 49 jawans. This incident of terror was condemned by the whole world and it has brought both the countries to the brink of war. India avenged the barbaric act of terrorism by sending their Air Force jets to destroy the terror camps inside Pakistan, which resulted in the death of 250 terrorists. Now the time has come for the world, to decide the action against Pakistan collectively. R. C. Mehta is a retired colonel from the Indian Army. He took voluntary retirement after thirty five years of distinguished service to the nation. In his career of thirty five years he rendered his services in two wars of great significance. The first one being the war of Bangladesh liberation and the other being the Kargil. He writes for various defense journals and magazines. This is his second book which throws the light on Indo-Pak conflicts since independence. His first book on Indian Army was an indepth study, its history and how it has evolved over the years. Both the books are must for every student of defense research and analysis and all the defense libraries.

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R. C. Mehta

Ramanlal C. Mehta (1918 -), a distinguished vocalist of the Kirana Gharana style, retired in 1978 from M.S. University of Baroda as the Principal of the College of Indian Music, dance and Dramatics. Earlier, he was with all India radio for nine years, where he composed and produced over fifty musical dramas and features. He founded Indian Musicological Society in 1970. Prof. Mehta has to his credit many book including Agra Gharana –Parampara, Gayaki Aur Chizen, Sangeet Charcha; Gujarati Geya Kavita; Music and Mythology; Thumri –Traditions and trends; composition in Indian Music; Music research –Perspectives and Prospects –reference Indian Music; perspectives on Dhrupad; and Indian Music –Eminent Thinkers on Core Issues. 

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Title From Kargil to Pulwama: The Story of Pakistan Misadventure with India
Author R. C. Mehta
Format Hardcover
Date published: 09.05.2019
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788182903012