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Book Review: ‘Modi’s Northeast Story’ by Tuhin Sinha and Aditya Pittie

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"Modi's Northeast Story" by Tuhin Sinha and Aditya Pittie is a monument to the Northeastern people's ongoing perseverance and good attitude, as well as a celebration of their rich cultural history.

Book Review: ‘Anger Management: The Troubled Diplomatic Relationship between India and...

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In his book, "Anger Management: The Troubled Diplomatic Relationship among India and Pakistan," High Commissioner Ajay Bisaria offers a clean perspective on bilateral demanding situations.

Book Review: ‘The Puppeteer’ by Ajit Menon and Anil Verma

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"The Puppeteer" is an exciting novel set under India's Defensive Offence doctrine, highlighting the complexity of international politics and the delicate balance between national security and global affairs.

Book Review: ‘ULFA: The Mirage of Dawn’ by Rajeev Bhattacharyya

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"ULFA: The Mirage of Dawn" is more than just a book; it's a labor of love from a seasoned subject matter expert. Rajeev Bhattacharyya's work is a brilliant contribution to the understanding of ULFA's complex history, offering readers a deep dive into the organization's covert operations and cross-border connections.

Book Review: ‘Being Muslim in Hindu India’ by Ziya Us Salam

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In conclusion, "Being Muslim in Hindu India" is not only an informative read but also a call to action for a more inclusive and empathetic society, showcasing Salam's distinctive blend of passion and factual depth.

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