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BOOKS AND AUTHORS - January 2020

Jan 2020

Aug 09, 2021

First-ever Book on History of ITBP

  • The Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBP) has brought out the first-ever book detailing its history and role. It was released by Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami at the ITBP Academy in Mussoorie.
  • Tittled 'History of ITBP', the book has been published to make a reference volume of factual history and knowledge available to officers and jawans, which will also be useful for administrative and training purposes for in depth details about the force.
  • There was no such book on the ITBP available till this publication. It contains historical achievements of the force since its inception and reflects different facts and facets about developments in the force over the years. Approximately 1,000 exclusive historical photographs have been included in the book.

Aug 05, 2021

A new book titled "My Own Mazagon" by Captain Ramesh Babu

  • A new book titled "My Own Mazagon" has authored by Captain Ramesh Babu. The book published by Indus Source Books features the history and story of Mazagon, the island which was merged into a single entity as Bombay. The Book was jointly released by Vice Admiral R. Hari Kumar, Flag Officer Commanding in Chief, Western Naval Command, Vice Admiral Narayan Prasad, (Retd.), CMD Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited.
  • The Book rediscovers the forgotten history of Mazagon and resurrects the identity of Maza Gaon, or 'My own Village'. Captain Ramesh Babu retired from Mumbai after serving the Indian Navy at Mazagon Dock. Other books authored by Capt. Babu: "After You Sir: A Collection of School Stories" and "Calicut Heritage Trails".

Aug 04, 2021

New Book Offers Insights into 2019 Balakot Air Strikes

  • A new book revisits the chain of real-life events surrounding February 2019 Pulwama suicide bombing attack, and India's strong hit-back in the form of Balakot airstrikes twelve days later. "Balakot Air Strike: How India Avenged Pulwama", published by Garuda Prakashan, is written by Navy veteran Manan Bhatt.
  • The book, in its detailed account of the two epochal events, claims to capture everything from moments before the ill-fated CRPF bus was hit, to the cockpits from where precision bombs were triggered and what transpired in those 12 momentous, expectation-filled days.
  • The book takes through the life and perils of CRPF Jawans posted in the Valley from the eyes of a survivor of Pulwama terror attack, CRPF Head Constable Iqbal Singh and five of the slain Jawans. It tells us the story of a New India that is ready to fight back and not ready to get bogged down in front of terrorism.

Aug 03, 2021

Kunal Basu's 'In An Ideal World' to Come Out in 2022

  • Renowned novelist Kunal Basu's new work of fiction, 'In An Ideal World', will be released next year, Penguin Random House India (PRHI) announced. The book, scheduled to be released under the publishing house's 'Viking' imprint, is touted to be a "powerful, gritty and fast-paced literary novel" exploring a variety of themes relevant to the current times — college, politics, family, crime investigation and fanaticism.
  • According to the publishers, the story of his upcoming book revolves around the disappearance of a member of the Liberal Party of a college in Manhar. The prime suspect of this abduction is the leader of the Nationalist group of the same college.

Jul 30, 2021

Chief Minister Jagan Releases Book on Tigers

  • Chief Minister Y. S, Jagan Mohan Reddy released a coffee table book on tiger population in the State. He also released a poster on conservation of tigers, coinciding with International Tigers Day. The book contains the photographs of 63 tigers that were found in the Nagarjunasagar Srisailam Tiger Reserve (NSTR) in the State.
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