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En everything is forgotten and we move on with our lives The fact is that our actors sports stars politicians and even reality TV people enjoy coverage and recall than our soldiersThe authors also state that the godlike portrayal of the soldiers in the media I would say that our movies Charmed (The Donovan Legacy, have greater responsibility for this we tend to forget that they areuman beings too with everyday responsibilities repaying ome loan installments taking care of aged parents resolving a tiff with a girlfriend and so onThe best point raised by the authors in the introduction The truth is that India remains constantly at war something we seldom rememberThe foreword by Gen Rawat which includes poetry by Rabindranath Tagore and a uote by Gandhiji was also good to readI am not going into the individual stories but will add that they are well written and easy to read The book is only 270 odd pages long and can be
READ UITE UICKLY THE STORIES ALSO FEATURE THE CROSS uite uickly The stories also feature the cross surgical strikes executed by the Indian Special Forces and the story of Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad the man who survived six days under than 25 feet of snow at temperature of 40 oC Unfortunately e passed away later in Strictly Temporary - Volume One (Strictly Temporary, hospitalI appreciate that the authors also portrayed theuman side of the soldiers Col Santosh Yashwant Mahadik was a visionary who tried to bridge the gap between the army and the Kashmiris through various social initiatives and such was is rapport with some of the latter that even local politicians were concerned Havildar Hangpan Dada was a pastor in is unit church and was an avid snake keeper Lance Naik Mohan Nath Goswami was a kind man who Cheri Red helped the needy and was in the process of building a biggerouse for Discovering Your Heart With The Flag Page his family Major Varadaranajan used to say that the toughest battle ofis life was making Kingdom of Ashes (Nightfall, his parents agree tois marriage to a woman from a different community the list goes on The authors tried to bring out the emotions but kept melodrama at bayI would also say that the families of the soldiers are Websters Ii Dictionary, Third Edition, Office Edition heroes in their own right Not only do they live with constant fear they alsoave to live with the grief of losing their loved ones Major Varadarajan s daughter Aladdin hideser late father s pictures so that Daddy Must Die her mother and grandparents don t feel sad But some carry on with the tradition Col Mahadik s wife joined the army as an officer Lance Hanamanthappa s wife wants their daughter to join the forces and there are numerous other families where children continue the tradition of national service just like their parents The day I got to know about this book I knew Iad to read it ASAP Such books are very rare in India and I was The Message Glorious hoping for a good readThe book is an absolute delight Iad various emotions going in my mind reading the stories of 14 brave Indian warriors A lot of times my eyes were moist but at the same time I felt pride about the fortitude of these men who did something extraordinaryWe are lucky as a country to be euipped with our Armed Forces which is one of the best in the World and this book touches the lives of some of thoseI O Cérebro de Broca hope such books are authored I would love to read a book about all the Ashok Chakra recipients some day Big thanks to the 2 authorsIope every Indian reads this book and get to know about what our brave men women endure each and every day in service Every Indian about what our brave men women endure each and every day in service Every Indian to read this book 1010My Favorite Book Of The YearAuthor is the Senior Editor at India today and a world renowned journalist and Founder of Livefist Damia's Children: Rowan 3 (The Tower Hive Sequence) by Anne McCaffrey (1994-02-03) heas won multiple awards in journalism This book is about 14 stories of India s bravest Officers and soldiers from The Army Navy and Air Force India shares borders with 2 enemies in the north On the north west is Pakistan who regularly send terrorists into Kashmir and we also share border with Chinese occupied Tibet Both these countries Breaking The Curse (Sexy Reversed Fairy Tales have constantly tried to capture Kashmir but to no avail Indian soldiers rarely get any time for rest because of terrorists trying to infiltrate from both sidesWhile protecting this great nation many sacrificed their lives They died so that we could liveThe stories that inspired me the most were those of Lance Naik Mohan Nath Goswami and Havildar Hangpan Dada Lance Naik Mohan Nath Goswamiad only one impulse stronger than killing terrorists it was A Banquet of Consequences (Inspector Lynley, his need to make suree e India s most fearless A ReviewAfter Operation Jinnah this is Shiv Aroor s 2nd book again in the background of Armed forces and 1st in non fiction category which ROMANTIC TAKEOVER he co authored with another fellow journalist cum author Rahul Singh As the name suggests the book is about some of the most daring and fearless operations invo. Most Fearless covers fourteen true stories of extraordinary courage and fearlessness providing a glimpse into the kind oferoism our soldiers display in unthinkably ostile conditions and under grave provocati. Euired and the aspect of physical toughness reuired for even a sailer or a pilot is brought out well enough in these stories You are left in admiration at all these ualities displayed by each officer in uestion in the stories and ow they saved the situation under the most trying of circumstances Yemen evacuation or be it near crashesTHE ARMYComing to the Army what can I say when I am reading the true and full story of
A Couple Of Events That couple of events that still fresh in memory the two Surgical Strikes in Myanmar and Pakistan in the past 2 years Here you will find their stories but there is Oh much much and it isn t all about war and fighting As
saw above Keeper of the Light here too see stories thatelp us understand what makes a soldier a soldier and that it isn t war alone that carries risks or reuires toughness This is the book that will drive Shattered Spear (The Lost Stars, home theard point that our Armed Forces are reuired to be tough every day every night 247365 Try doing that on your job any job Is this true Being an Army Colonel s Son I know that for a fact If you believe toughness and The Homing hardship is only in battle read this bookRead More An average book of average stories full of emotions and lacks actionWhat I didn t likeThe first chapter on surgical strikead too much of background and context setting but too little details on actual executionThe rescue mission from war zone without firing even a single shot and even by taking permission to dock the ship for 4 The Women of Easter hours Iave read real missions performed by other country to rescue Why Are You So Scared? hundred thousands and by fighting their way in and out of war Zone3 chaptersas euipment malfunctioning survival stories which is just pathetic For instance an aircraft malfunctioned on non mission flight and ow pilot survived to come out of itEncounter and shoot out of 2 3 terrorists using than 5 times of manpower and that too with casualtiesFull repetitive ranks mentioned of the officer even what was their rank then and now when the book was published in all Stories as whenever author refers to a character in narration May be this because I was born and brought up in defence as my parents were in one of the 3 main armed forces of the country so I don t get fascinated by the ranks and felt irritated by this approach of writer after a whileWhat I likedThe attempt made to showcase valour and courage of various soldiers on which whole country ave proud there are moments which will give you goosebumps on the courage shown by them But are very fewThe best chapter among all these is the northeast surgical strike mission explainedThe author The Wolf Gift (The Wolf Gift Chronicles, has tried the best to put emotions as much as possible everywheree got the chance in story which seems little annoying after a bit it won t be wrong to say that it is full emotions and lacks actions Overall it s an average book if you He Who Dares have read Mossad and compare with it in terms of missions details and writing style otherwise you may like it to be the best as mostly I can see in other reviews A brilliant composition and collection of stories There was not a single one which didn t give me goosebumps The narration of the book and effective writing is what made the stories appealingThis book is my first in which I made Alexa read it out to me whichelped me visualize it better than what I could The Thing About December haveI still believe there are than 14 such stories and they deserve to be covered in another edition of this book may be The book features fourteen true stories of extraordinary courage and fearlessness displayed by the Indian armed forces as they discharge their duties whether eliminating threats to the Indian sovereignty on Indian or foreign soil rescuing Indian and foreign citizens trapped in war torn Yemen trying to survive certain death due to technical glitches or even fighting the elements of nature Some made the supreme sacrifice in the service of the nation leaving behind grieving families and colleagues As one CO wrote to a martyr s wife Grief will fade away and when it s gone only one thing will remain pride Along with the stories I also enjoyed reading the introduction by the authors and the foreword by General Bipin Rawat Chief of the Army Staff of the Indian ArmyThe introduction raises some relevant points which sheds light on the irony andypocrisy that surrounds the narrative around the Indian Armed Forces Whenever a soldier dies in the line of duty we get some TV or newspaper coverage around the event people would eulogize the martyrs on social media and the average citizen would feel very patriotic Then the social media activists or warriors would come online and we Os Peixes Também Sabem Cantar have a war between pro army and anti army people Th. Ueundreds from an exploding war; a bleeding Air Force pilot who found t himself flying a jet thatad become a screaming fireball Their own accounts or of those who were with them in their final momentsIndia’s.We Saw Above Here Too
summary India’s Most FearlessIn this book are tales of amazing bravery and also empathy In a troubled neighbourhood the Indian armed forces stand apart with their professionalism which few can match While many of the stories in the book are those that captured the imagination of the people when they occurred the book does add considerable new material providing far greater depth for our understandingThe first account is about the surgical strikes conducted in Sep 16 in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir after a terror attack in Uri India Hugely successful as a retaliatory measure on launch pads for terrorists it left the Pakistan army fumbling for excuses by
*CLAIMING THAT THERE WAS NO SUCH *that there was no such recorded telephone conversations played by a TV channel clearly disproved this The Pakistan Chief of Army Staff and others made a number of lame comments around this time A large part of the journey Most stories of the armed forces come up during Republic Day when media finally takes off its attention from steamy news and play its patriotic card These news are melodramatic full of tears and chest beating episode but never about the actual event When the parade closes the curtains come down The story remains untold unread and un googled It does come up right after an event though but than covering ground reality newsrooms throng with all sorts of people trying to be eard or shouting an opinion The concentration from the one who lost is life shifts to the policies the rules the regulations the governance but Stand Up and Fight hardly on the team the buddy pair and the officers that were on the groundShiv Aroor and Rahul Singh s India s Most Fearless are the stories we left behind in the Republic Day parade of the cold January morning because itas never affected one s personal lives The book gives us an encounter of what actually appened on ground Who knew what went behind the surgical strike or the last minute details that was planned but ad to be changed What is most interesting about the stories is that one can t stop noticing Now Is the Hour how each member of the armed forces stand up for each other fight every odds and work as a team The stories are crisp and not romanticized you don tear pianos and violins playing in the background but you Londons Glory (Bryant May, hear gunshots and blasts That sow real it gets What are also captivating are the conditions in which they stay so far away from civilization in crazy weather conditionsIn short it s a great book to get a uick glimpse about the people who are safeguarding our countryMy take The book is well crafted However inspite of best efforts by the author to bring the stories of raw courage and unflinching conviction towards duty these stories are just a drop in the ocean of uge personal sacrifices made by Indian Armed Forces in upholding the sovereignty of India Many stories will still remain untold and unheard While the successes in battles and wars will
CONTINUE TO BE CELEBRATED AND REMEMBERED DURING INDEPENDENCE ANDto be celebrated and remembered during Independence and days but the stories of individual courage will be forgotten and will find no mention except for war diaries of the units and obituariesI fear to pick up a book by an Indian author I dread the language and the effort one puts on making it into a Bollywood movie What works for me is that the book is a page turner I m neither carried away by complicated vocabulary nor blinded by over emotional story of ow the jawan said Jai Hind in is last breath The book may not represent what really appens on ground in its entirety but is a good induction to some of the operations that we Troys heard aboutRecommended for all especially to those who are so dead against the army Read it like a novel and make judgments laterdwi chekla WHY IS THIS BOOK DIFFERENTHow do you review a book that is centered on true stories of bravery courage sacrifice of the people weave entrusted with protecting us You certainly cant analyse the content not beyond a point civilians don t ave the depth perception and understanding domain expertise to pass judgement In that light I make no comment whatsoever on the content I am not ualified The uestion this review tries to answer is I am not ualified The uestion this review tries to answer is should a reader read this book what value it adds and what extra does it possess What is it that makes this different I ave raised one such point aboveThe next point in this book is the coverage of the Air and Naval wings Reign of Fury (Battles in the Dark, helps us appreciate the nature and context of these wings a subject which we aren t too aware of for various reasons The difficulties of mounting operations in these wings and theardships and challenges they face in the conduct of their activities the level of mental acuity uick response and agility The Army major who led the legendary September 2016 surgical strikes on terror launch pads across the LoC; a soldier who killed 11 terrorists in 10 days; a Navy officer who sailed into a treacherous port to resc. .