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26/11 Mumbai Attacked

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Bringing together the careful research and analyses of renowned journalists and police officials, 26/11 Mumbai Attacked explicates the reality behind the brazen attack on India s sovereignty in November 2008 when ten heavily armed terrorists held an entire city to ransom by the sheer force of their zealotry. The scene-by-scene accounts, incisive analyses, and an exclusive interview with a LeT representative along with a description of its training camp in Muridke, Pakistan, reveal how the failure of Indian intelligence agencies landed Mumbai in the quagmire of terrorism. Paying homage to the brave security officers who lost their lives fighting the terrorists, 26/11 Mumbai Attacked reiterates the chilling reality that India is under grave threat and the clock is ticking before the next big attack.

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    About the Author: Writer-diplomat Pavan K. Varma, born in 1953, is a graduate in History from St. Stephen's College, New Delhi. He joined the Indian Foreign Service in 1976. He has been press secretary to the President of India, spokesman of the ministry of external affairs, high commissioner for India in Cyprus, and director of The Nehru Centre, London. He has written over a dozen books including Krishna: The Playful Divine, Ghalib: The Man, The Times, and The Havelis of Old Delhi. His first book on a contemporary subject was the path-breaking The Great Indian Middle Class, followed by Being Indian: The Truth About Why the 21st Century Will Be India's, later published by William Heinemann in the United Kingdom and translated into Japanese, Spanish, French and Portuguese. A widely admired public speaker, Pavan Varma is currently director general of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), New Delhi. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
    Pages: 224 pages
    Publisher: Roli Books
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 8174367071
    ISBN-13: 978-8174367075
    Product Dimensions: 20.3 x 25.3 x 2.7 cm 

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