As a young law graduate in Sialkot (now in Pakistan), Kuldip Nayar witnessed at first hand the collapse of trust between Hindus and Muslims who were living. Read Beyond the Lines by Kuldip Nayar by Kuldip Nayar by Kuldip Nayar for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Autobiography of an Indian journalist, author, diplomat and parliamentarian.
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Three point proposal by Cho en laiColombo conference by NAM countries to resolve this issue Last part of this book lnes the Copy of famous letter written by Mr.
More of memoirs than an autobiography. Nayar’s writing is pedestrian. Rifts and competition among founding fathers of India. Jul 12, Siddhant marked it as to-read Shelves: Jul 13, Siddhartha rated it it was amazing.
Kuldip Nayar is a veteran journalist, and an accomplished columnist without doubt. Jul 11, Sushant Jha rated it it was amazing. He also conveys the power of his influence on various decisions made, but at the same time attempts to fhe a humble stance that he wasn’t an influencer. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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An informative account of early days of India. Feb 17, Pramod rated it it was amazing. As a young law graduate in Sialkot now in PakistanKuldip Nayar witnessed at first hand the collapse of trust between Hindus and Muslims who were living together for generations, and like multitude of population he was forced to migrate to Delhi across the blood-stained plains of Punjab. Jul 14, Amit Tyagi rated it liked it. See 1 question about Beyond the Lines….
He presents, Yasin Malik, the hard-line Hurriyat separatist who is responsible for the death of hundreds of Kashmiri Pandits, as a mild mannered, Gan This a a no nonsense account of events in Mr.
Vallabh bhai Patel to Jawaharlal Nehru inafter the china’s encroachment over Tibet. He claims that PVN had sat down for a puja at his house when fundamentalists began demolishing Babri Masjid and he got up from the puja only after it was completely demolished. As a journalist nayar sahib has taken up political dimensions of his past which shaped the present institutions of the countryas a matter of fact that shaped lives of millions of people.
To me, the best part was the Annexures.
But then that’s ok as Nayar makes it amply clear that it is the history of Modern India that he is going to share from his perspective – his perspective from being right in the center of power circles! A must read for all who have even slight interest in modern Indian history. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
A very good resource for anyone interested in the history of India of the first thirty years bsyond independence. Jun 22, Sambasivan rated it really liked it. It is totally worth reading the book, but with a pinch of salt.
Beyond the Lines: An Autobiography
This book is a must read for anyone who is curious about the factors that shaped India’s political scenario from the time of independence to the present day.
Nayar retracted that part after the controversy erupted. He is a self-proclaimed pro-Kashmiri, pro-Muslim writer. Husain peddling his art work from door to door on his bicycle and Kuldip refusing to buy a painting from Husain inspite of a huge discount offered by Husain, anecdotes of how Nehru spent an hour in the parliament discussing about ways to ensure smooth traffic during VIP visits because Edwina was stuck in a traffic jam the previous day, and many such anecdotes.
Overall a good read. I was keen to pick up the book after having earlier read scoop by the same author. The more I read this biography the more I was convinced about the un A fairly comprehensive coverage of Indian politics across 5 decades In this letter patel had clearly exhibited his worries about the Incurion of ChinaImportance of Tibet as Buffer State and future threats from china.
And i do agree with him when he says “Optimism is a moral responsibility”.
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Since he was close to the establishment during the 90s you would expect him to write something about that too, nada, you will find a mention of the Kashmir Pandits somewhere at the end of the book. Personally, I felt a page book or two volumes of page each would have been justified, due to the fact that being a Journalist who was popular for his scoops, he might have more insights to share.
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