Maloy Krishna Dhar is the author of Open Secrets ( avg rating, ratings, 35 reviews, published ), Operation Triple X ( avg rating, 93 rati. Now consider what Maloy Krishna Dhar, former joint director, Intelligence Bureau in his book published nearly a decade ago-“Open secrets-. Maloy Krishna Dhar’s Open Secrets, as he informs us at the outset, is not an autobiography; nor, indeed, does it offer an objective or critical assessment and.
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Though he has refrained from naming some of the people he writes about, it is not hard to figure out who they are. These were not directed against the people of the states. He is gifted with the prowess for distinctive sharp-edged analysis and has the advantage of surmounting well accepted beliefs by his inquiring nature.
Open Secrets: India’s Intelligence Unveiled – Maloy Krishna Dhar – Google Books
After 57 years of independence a time has come to liberate the intelligence and Investigation Establishments from the stranglehold of petty and visionless politicians…… [Pages ]. He intensely hates Muslims yet he claims the opposite.
Refresh and try again. But the question does arise, why Dhar a supposedly upright honest man did not have the guts to resign from such a corrupt system which he now condemns in retrospect. My library Help Advanced Book Search.
Jan 21, Dev Devesh rated it it was amazing. One such not so serious shortcoming is about language and small mistakes therein, which a good editor could have corrected.
We are far from being a democracy and the worst government ever was the VP Singh one Janta Party the predecessor to BJP which brought in the reservations for votes and they lost regardless of that.
Open Secrets: India’s Intelligence Unveiled by Maloy Krishna Dhar
How politicians misuse the IB has been brought out clearly through the author’s experiences. Even the pilot was a Sikh. He makes a valid secrest. Open secret have enough fire in it,to shake anyone’s belief in government. With remote listening posts in J Dhar does portray the reality. They tend to burn their women and worship them as goddesses.
This is as tough as the soldiers on the borders.
But I was surprised to see several typos and wrong constructs of languages off and on. Now is that better than ring-side view?
Books by Maloy Krishna Dhar
It lies in the affirmation by the country’s top intelligence operative of what were mere suspicions about the sleazy doings of the people in question. To ask other readers questions about Open Secretsplease sign up. At a spin of a coin they replace the idols of their gods by the idols of politicians like Indira and Rajiv…. One surprising little detail one could mention is about how this author, like Guha, another of his community – Bengali – who is officially a historian, is about how both are so surprisingly so incorrect in something one would expect any Indian with a bringing up in India, and all the more so a Hindu, to know better about.
Further Rajiv Gandhi was directly responsible in aiding and abetting the Hindu terrorists who killed over 20, innocent Sikhs in and around Delhi alone in Novnot to mention the othermurdered by him and his henchmen in Punjab. Author Maloy Dhar has opened the Pandora box in this epic book. Nardmuni is a spy who collects information and dispenses misinformation.
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It did not look into the aspect of her two other passports. Mr Dhar candidly writes about the Punjab imbroglio where a raft of vested interests sought to keep fanning the flames of the insurgency for their short-term benefits and might have inflic Explosive stuff They usually house behind their secularism grab, but whatever they say and do, most of them are in for the money and not for serving the nation, which is the reason why our infrastructure is The Indian culture usually ignores history when history is one of the most important aspects of our lives.
Slogans are tools of mass hypnosis. He is a former journalist and oopen a wide range of interests including reading and travelling.
Long live Mr Dhar. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. He was ready with fat money bags and mrishna recommendation from Chandraswami as well as Simaranjit Singh Mann…He opened up his mind and a briefcase to offer me a tidy sum of rupees ,….
Then there is the anecdote which reveals how a Mumbai businessman curried favour with then prime minister Rajiv Gandhi.