Beyond The Lines: An Autobiography

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Roli Books Private Limited, 10‏/08‏/2012 - 432 من الصفحات
A veteran journalist and former member of Parliament, Kuldip Nayar is India’s most well known and widely syndicated journalist. He was born in Sialkot in 1923 and educated at Lahore University before migrating to Delhi with his family at the time of Partition. He began his career in the Urdu newspaper Anjam and after a spell in the USA worked as information officer of Lal Bahadur Shastri and Govind Ballabh Pant. He eventually became Resident Editor of the Statesman and managing editor of the Indian news agency UNI. He corresponded for the Times for twenty-five years and later served as Indian high commissioner to the UK during the V.P. Singh government. 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. Author of more than a dozen books, his weekly columns are read across South Asia.
 

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Preface
Childhood and Partition
The Nehru Years
Early Pangs of Governance
My Training and Apprenticeship in English Journalism
Govind Ballabh Pant as Home Minister
Lal Bahadur Shastri as Home Minister
Lal Bahadur Shastri as Prime Minister
The Janata Party Government
Operation Bluestar
Rajiv Gandhi
P Singh as Prime Minister
Narasimha Raos Government
My Tryst with Parliament
The BJP at the Helm
The Manmohan Singh Government

Indira Gandhi as Prime Minister
The Bangladesh
The Shimla Conference
The Emergency and After
Epilogue
Human Rights and the Environment
IndoPak Relations
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A veteran journalist and former member of Parliament, Kuldip Nayar is India?s most well known and widely syndicated journalist. He was born in Sialkot in 1923 and educated at Lahore University before migrating to Delhi with his family at he time of Partition. He began his career in the Urdu newspaper Anjam and after a spell in the USA worked as information officer of Lal Bahadur Shastri and Govind Ballabh Pant. He eventually became Resident Editor of the Statesman and managing editor of the Indian news agency UNI. He corresponded for the Times for twenty-five years and later served as Indian high commissioner to the UK during the V.P. Singh government. 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. Author of more than a dozen books, his weekly columns are read across South Asia.

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