Author:K.P.S. Gill


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The Punjab Story

By: K.P. S Gill; Contributors: Amarjit Kaur, Lt. Gen. J.S. Aurora, Khushwant Singh, M.V. Kamath, et al.

Price: $6.99

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Roli Books: 2004

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 024230

ISBN: 8174363319

Condition: New

6th June, 1984: The Indian Army storms the Golden Temple in Amritsar. Called Operation Bluestar, the historic and unprecedented event ended the growing spectre of terrorism perpetrated by the extremist Sikh leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and his followers once and for all. But it left in its wake unsolved political questions that continued to threaten Punjab’s stability for years to come. How, in a brief span of three years, did India’s dynamic frontier State become a national problem? Who was to blame: the Central Government for allowing the crisis to drift despite warnings, or the lon... View more info

Terror and Containment: Perspectives of India's Internal Security

By: K.P.S. Gill

Price: $11.70

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Gyan Books Pvt Ltd: 2001

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 019659

ISBN: 8121207126

Condition: New

Printed Pages: 368. View more info

Most Wanted: Profiles of Terror

By: K.P.S. Gill (Intro.)

Price: $3.42

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Lotus/Roli Books:

Seller ID: 108552

ISBN: 817436207X

Condition: New

Terrorism is often referred to as India's threat number one. Indeed, the country has seen serious assaults on its democratic institutions, including on the Red Fort and Parliament House; both symbols of independent, democratic India. Two of her most protected Prime Ministers - Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi - have been assassinated. Punjab chief minister Beant Singh was blown to pieces, while others like Farooq Abdullah in Jammu and Kashmir and Prafulla Kumar Mahanta in far away Assam have had narrow escapes. Terrorism has spread its tentacles far and wide, be it through the groups operating i... View more info