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Forgotten Glory: Battle of Mynamati by the Wartime CO
Book Price: 499 INR
A story untold so far. A story of one of the bloodiest battles fought during the war. A story of a RAJPUTANA RIFLES Battalion ordered to assault a hill where the enemy was three times in numbers!
War in The East: The Liberation of Bangladesh
India’s relatively young democracy must understand the build-up, compulsions, and unfiltered actions of its Armed Forces in moments of extreme tribulations, stripped of any partisan or vested agenda. Soldiers like Col Ranbir, VrC, have earned that right, duty, and responsibility to tell their tale as responsible patriots. I commend this book to all interested as a very significant contribution towards the literature on a momentous event that reshaped the destiny of the subcontinent. Happy Reading, and here’s wishing Col Ranbir, VrC, much success with this book and many more to come. Lt Gen Bhopinder Singh (Retd), AVSM, PVSM Former Lt Governor of Andaman and Nicobar Islands & Puducherry Former Col of the Rajput Regiment, President’s Bodyguards & Army Physical Training Corps
The Terrorist Hunters: The Ultimate Inside Story of Britain’s Fight Against T...
The Terrorist Hunters: The Ultimate Inside Story of Britain’s Fight Against Terror (Paperback; INR 1085)
Surprise Attack: From Pearl Harbor to 9/11 to Benghazi (Hardcover; INR 1675; ...
Surprise Attack: From Pearl Harbor to 9/11 to Benghazi (Hardcover; INR 1675) is a compilation of major events that took the system by surprise and created shocks across the globe.
NINE the Special Forces: Dial 9 for Assistance HARDCOVER
A collection of articles and anecdotes as these pertain one of the finest Special Forces units of the Indian Army
The Call of Everest
1984 Everest Expedition saw the first Indian woman scaling the Everest. This is the story by the Team Leader
REMEMBERED GLORY: True Stories from 1971 War (First Reprint; Paperback; INR 4...
This book is the first of the series by the same title (but different sub-titles) that aims to bring to fore certain anecdotes and experiences as narrated by those who were there and who witnessed such events unfolding in front of their own eyes during Indo-Pak War 1971. That is the closest one can get to the truth of a battlefield engagement. Have we been able to achieve 100% accuracy? We can’t say! But we are sanguine that all such accounts are as close to the truth as possible. The contributors, all in senior age brackets by now, are free from the limitations that get imposed both by the service regulations and impact of events that may have happened in the recent past. They are well beyond such inducements. This book is the first one in the series of four books on the stories from 1971 war.