By Kuldip Nayar

As a tender legislation graduate in Sialkot (now in Pakistan), Kuldip Nayar witnessed in the beginning hand the cave in of belief among Hindus and Muslims who have been residing jointly for generations, and prefer multitude of inhabitants he was once compelled emigrate to Delhi around the blood-stained plains of Punjab. From his perilous trip to a brand new nation and to his first task as a tender journalist in an Urdu day-by-day, Nayar’s account is additionally the tale of India. From his days as a tender journalist in Anjam to heading India’s top-rated information organization, UNI and from mainstream journalism to beginning his now immensely well known syndicated column, ‘Between the Lines’, Nayar has continually stood for the liberty of press and journalism of braveness. largely revered for his columns, his autobiography opens at the day Pakistan solution used to be handed in Lahore in 1940 and takes us on a trip via India’s tale of a kingdom engaged on its international coverage, improvement plans, kin with neighbouring nations, and working with coalition politics between others. From occasions of ancient and political relevance like Tashkent statement and the 1971 struggle and the liberation of Bangladesh, to interviewing Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Mujibur Rahman and from assembly Pakistan’s father of nuclear bomb, Dr A.Q. Khan, to his shut organization with Lal Bahadur Shastri and Jayaprakash Narayan, Nayar’s narrative is an in depth within view of our nation’s previous and present.

The re-creation of Kuldip Nayar's generally well known autobiography, past the strains, now comes with a number of adjustments together with his comments in terms of Shekhar Gupta, Editor, the explicit workforce, and his connection with a former president of Sikh Student's Union, either one of which he retracted and regretted for on the release. All next variants of the booklet include those changes.

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