4 edition of Kargil found in the catalog.
Ghulam Mohi-ud-din Dar
by Dilpreet Pub. House
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||159|
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T he Kargil story or “misadventure” is now well known, thanks in no small part to Nasim Zehra’s chilling thriller From Kargil to the Coup: Events that shook Pakistan.. The book was published last year, twenty years after the event. You can understand why it took so long when you peruse the copious end notes, bibliographies and interviews that went into its writing even while Zehra . His recently penned book on Kargil War reveals Pakistan's military adventurism and strategic foolishness. The war was a big loss for Pakistan and a .
(Professor Ayesha Jalal, Historian) Nasim Zehra s book is a remarkably honest, bold, diligent and well-researched account of the Kargil episode, a doomed initiative, conceived in shadows, without a thought-through institutional evaluation and based on a misreading of the international situation. Kargil was not a tactical move but a sheer misadventure of General Pervez Musharraf, reveals a well-researched and nonpartisan book by fellow journalist Nasim y it Author: Suhail Warraich.
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The book is not just about the Kargil War - it has a very vast scope. It is an analysis of how the intrusion by Pakistan happened, how it was planned, what were the Pakistani compulsions and strategic objectives behind the plan, the historical perspective of Siachen and its relevance to Kargil & roles of various military and political personnel in Pakistan in the planning and /5.
This book is a compilation of short stories of real men who fought the enemy in Kargil areas. It strongly brings out their raw courage & determination when going to war in a really tough terrain Excellent book with inspiring stories from the Kargil War/5.
The editor of this book hasn't done his work well. Such an amazing content with poor editing. One would find lots of mistakes while reading.
And one more thing, the paperback of this book (Rs ) is quite expensive which I felt isn't worth. Better go for the Kargil book written by Gen VP Malik which would cost around Rs. /5(9). Books Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart.
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Learn more. Kargil: From Surprise to Victory [ ] Malik, General V. by V. Malik (Author) › Visit Amazon's V. Malik Page. Find all the books, read about the Cited by: 7. A Harry Brittain fellow, her first story, ‘Munni Mousi’, was declared the winner of the –09 Commonwealth Short Story Competition.
Kargil is her fourth book after The Brave, and Shoot. Dive. Fly., all published by Penguin Random House India. This book is a diary of Param Vir Chakra Captain Vikram Batra. This is his war diary written on the battlefield of narrates the reality, how poorly battle strategies handled by top Indian army officials.
also lack of modern equipments, and careless intelligence made the army to suffer the big causalities/5. I suggest: 1) Kargil: From surprise to victory by General I have read the book.
Its well written with crisp details. Kargil by gives a first hand coverage of the Kargil war by the then Chief of Army Staff. It contains ful. From Kargil to the Coup book.
Read 17 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Ever since the Kargil war of between then newly nuclea 4/5. Even Pakistani authors have panned the book for turning a defeat in Kargil into a victory.
Pakistan opposition slammed the book as a "pack of lies" and a "national shame,"  while PML-N stated that it was the most contradicted book of any dictator. Author: Pervez Musharraf. Kargil: A Wakeup Call (New Delhi: Lancer Books, ); Col.
Bhaskar Sarkar, Kargil War: Past, Present and Future (New Delhi: Lancer Publishers, ). 32 File Size: KB. The Untold Story of Kargil 26 July is celebrated as Kargil Vijay Diwas.
Senior HT journalist Harinder Baweja, who covered the war from the frigid. Kargil has an average elevation of 2, metres (8, feet), and is situated along the banks of the Suru River (Indus).The town of Kargil is located km ( mi) from Srinagar, facing the Northern Areas across the other areas in the Himalayas, Kargil has a temperate s are hot with cool nights, while winters are long and chilly with temperatures Country: India.
Letters from Kargil is a tremendous effort on the part of the author. This book gives a fresh perspective and tells the story of a war being fought, through the personal letters written by young Army Officers to their loved ones/5.
Gen. (retired) Shahid Aziz, who recently created ripples by acknowledging in an article that regular troops were involved in the Kargil operation, said the "misadventure" was a "four-man show" and details were initially hidden from the rest of the military commanders.
He published a book "Yeh Khamoshi Kahan Tak?Commands held: 12th Infantry Division, Chief. From Kargil to the Coup Events that Shook Pakistan by Naseem Zehra is a historical war. In account of Kargil adventure between two nuclearized countries India & Pakistan in Which left dark scars on Pakistani politics and as well on democracy.
Kargil War is a fascinating topic to discuss as it was kept so much secret. (Professor Ayesha Jalal, Historian) Nasim Zehra s book is a remarkably honest, bold, diligent and well-researched account of the Kargil episode, a doomed initiative, conceived in shadows, without a thought-through institutional evaluation and based on a /5(18).
Book 'Kargil - From Surprise To Victory' by General V.P. Malik, chief during the Kargil episode, is all about what our forces faced, our journey to victory, despite of the operational restrictions ("no crossing the LoC") imposed by the Bharatiya Janata Party-led coalition government during the Kargil war in - Issue Date: The book is very technical at places with lot of names of battalions, companies, divisions etc thrown around.
The book also deals with the humanitarian help given to wounded soldiers and war widows too. The book then talks about the political side of Kargil war before, during and after the war/5(). NEW DELHI: On the 20th anniversary of the Kargil War, a new book will revisit the freezing battle grounds of the conflict through untold stories of its bravest soldiers.
Titled, "Kargil: Untold stories from the War", the book published by Penguin Random House, is authored by Rachna Bisht Rawat.
The book that is based on Rawat's interviews with war. The books central idea is analyzing the motivation of launching the Kargil adventure and it falls flat on its face as Nasim Zehra miserably fails to decipher the overambitious personality of Major General Javed Hassan and his utopian fantasies about Indian weakness as rationalized in his book India a study in profile.01 /9 Books about the Kargil war No war should be celebrated.
A war, by definition, is the outcome of hatred between unyielding men of power that brings about the death of .(Professor Ayesha Jalal, Historian) Nasim Zehra s book is a remarkably honest, bold, diligent and well-researched account of the Kargil episode, a doomed initiative, conceived in shadows, without a thought-through institutional evaluation and based on a /5(80).