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Passage to Pakistan

Ramesh Gupta (Author)
Synopsis The foreign ministers of India and Pakistan are conferring at New Delhi. P.M. Manmohan Singh is reminding the January 6 joint statement issued by the then Indian P.M. and Parvez Musharraf. The dictator president has assured that Pakistani territory would not be allowed for launching terrorist operations into other states. While Pak side is stressing for a definite time frame to resolve the Kashmir issue, the Indian side is asserting. "The dialogue will move forward only if terrorism is controlled." It is concerned over the "increase in infiltration and terrorist operations from Pakistan controlled territory into J.K. recently." "Implement assurances!" Asks Manmohan Singh with assuring to carry forward the peace process. He is hopeful that it would, in due course, yield positive results. The eve of 21 century witnessed a meteoric rise of two Muslims on the world horison. One Osama Bin Laden, an evil genius, a megalomaniac in bigotry, a misguided perpetrator of hate and destruction. He, started from hereditary super-riches and reached the ditches of hell alongwith countless others. The other is Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, a real saintly genius, with most conspicuous and constructive results, imparting message of love, hope and progress for all. He stared from meager grassroots and reached the top of the world's greatest democracy. The backdrop remains the same, except the shift of power in India, and Laden hidden in Pakistan and most likely to be caught out like Saddam, sooner or later. World nature has created such a cornering situation that the Third World War is rendered impossible now. The probable nuclear doom is substituted forever by a super game plan of transformation. As integral super consciousness is taking hold and creating its own conditions, the Indo-Pak flash-point is almost diffused which could have very well turned into the third and (obviously) last world war. "How is it done? This book alongwith with two mentioned above provide the answer. "Passage to Pakistan" though one independent treatise in itself, can be taken as the third attempt in the sequel. Even if the acts of terrorism don't taper off immediately, the groundswell of public opinion on both sides, in favour of peace will prevail ultimately.
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About the author

Ramesh Gupta

Prof. Ramesh Gupta’s very firsts book ‘Juduche Shet’ (Magic Farm) bagged the central award when he was 23, and a teacher. The second ‘Jwala Ani Fule’ (Flames and Flowers) written in collaboration with Baba Araote won the state literary award, when he was 25. With Hindi as a mother tongue his writing in Marathi made him a well-known signature in Maharashtra. Born in 1937, at ‘Warora’ where Amte’s famous Anandwan is located, in a lower middle class family claiming caste relations with ‘Jay Shankar Prasad’, he earned while learning Topped in Nagpur University in B.A. despite being an external candidate. Happened to step in a college not as a student but as a lecturer in history. In his upward ascent, he shifted to Chandrapur, Nagpur and ultimately to Delhi. Worked on every desk of newspapers for livelihood and adventure leaving his teaching profession. He ventured in various spheres during this journey despite being of family man with limited resources. He deems all his socio political and economic failures as ferteilizers for a rich harvest in human endeavored in film making with a few telecasts from Doordarshan. Attached with a few publishing houses on regular basis he devotes his pare time and resources for research and development in ‘Collective Yoga’.

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Bibliographic information

Title Passage to Pakistan
Author Ramesh Gupta
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Indian Publishers
Language: English
isbn 8173413614
length vii+298p.
Subjects History