BEYOND THE LINES AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY BY KULDIP NAYAR PDF
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Amritsar, Punjab July 18, At times, one feels one’s going augobiography someone’s personal diary. Aug 22, Sharang Limaye rated it liked it.
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During s his by line “Between the Lines’ was kulldip popular and his conduct during emergency years earned acclaim to him as a champion of free media based on which his book The Judgement sold like hot cake. As does greater Bengal by many Bengali’s both sides of the border.
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All subsequent editions of the book come with these changes. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. That book was precursor for journalistic fiction and a writing style as if he was present when the events were taking place, or he was watching probably through a proverbial key hole.
Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Want to Read saving…. The proofreading is atrocious. A veteran journalist and former member of Parliament, Kuldip Nayar is Indias most well known and widely syndicated journalist.
His stand for press freedom during the Emergency, when he was detained; his commitment to better relations between India and Pakistan, and his role as a human rights activist have won him respect and affection in both countries.
His tenure in New Delhi had ended over a decade earlier. The Sikh groups took serious view of the derogatory remarks published in the autobiography of veteran journalist Kuldeep Nayar and asked him to clear all false accusations within one weeks time, failing which they would be forced to write to Punjab government seeking ban on his book and also resorting to street protests.
Amritsar, Punjab July 14, Nayar is a doyen among political journalists. Aug 29, Stalin rated it really liked it. Karamjeet Singh participated in recent talkshow Qaumi Masle — ep.
Dec 21, Shadin Pranto rated it it was amazing. Sandip Ghose Certified Kudlip 22 Jul, He has penned several autohiography, some of which are: One thing I noticed of this book was it’s Delhi centric coverage. He was born in Sialkot in and educated at Lahore University before migrating to Delhi with his family at he time of Partition. Just was awestruck for another five days before I could continue on 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.
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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.
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Beyond the Lines: An Autobiography
Overall a good read. Ludhiana July 17, 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.
Author of more than a dozen books, his weekly columns are read across South Asia. Subscribe to our RSS feed. From his perilous journey to a new country and to his first job as a young journali 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.
Since he was close to the establishment during the 90s you would expect him to write something about that too, nada, autobjography will find a mention of the Kashmir Pandits somewhere at the end of the book. Hard times seem to be far from being over for Journalist Kuldip Nayar.
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