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Bhumandalikaran ke Daur mein Samajik Suraksha avam Mahila Kalyan
M.K. Verma
हिंदी ..more


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India's Wars and Warfare: A Perceptive Analysis
N. C. AsthanaA. Nirmal
This book, the first of its kind in the country, is indeed unique. This is the first book that, in a single cover, deals with all the wars of independent India, including the 1947-48 Kashmir war, the 1962 war with China and the three wars with Pakistan in 1956, 1971 and the Kargil war in 1999. Objectivity is the hallmark of this book. Existing military histories are not only jingoistic, they also have a pronounced tendency to exalt certain personalities as military men have often suffered from the problem of constantly losing the macro picture in their obsession with the micro picture. Wars are not decided on the basis of individuals heroism and human stories fail to analyze the larger professionals issues pertaining to conduct of wars by nations. If the past is not analyzed objectively, the building of the future will be based on illusions and misplaced jingoism of a primitive variety instead of proven facts. In this work, the appeal is to reason, and not to sentiment. This book, for the first time, presents both sides of the story, that is, the enemy’s version also besides a neutral perspective. This book presents a comprehensive analysis of what actually happened on the battlefronts according to the claims of both the sides; what were the strategies of both sides; what were the strategies of both sides; what were highlights of their tactics; why something happened; what went right; what went wrong; what could have been done and which was not done; who committed what mistakes; where luck helped; where luck did not help; where extraneous factors helped; where they did not help; what was the margin of chance; and what could have been done to avert what happened that was not done. The authenticity of the facts discussed in the book is evident from the 327 important references citied within and a formidable list of sources listed in the bibliography. ..more


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India's Internal Security: The Actual Concerns
N. C. AsthanaA. Nirmal
Internal security is a frequently talked about and yet poorly understood thing. Surely, there must be some serious problems if the nation is spending a frightening amount, about one-fourth of the defence budget, on internal security. But what exactly they are, nobody seems to know. The people must understand and decide for themselves as to who really is a more serious threat to internal security—the Kashmiri who shouts at the top of his voice that he wants independence from India and shoots at us; the naxal who wants mining to be stopped in jungles and shoots at us; the Naga who wants independence from India and shoots at us; or the Muslim young man who wants to take revenge for some real or imaginary persecution and explodes a bomb in the market? This book analyzes all the possible threats to internal security—the Kashmir problem, Islamic terrorism, Lashkar-e-Taiyybah, Al Qaida, SIMI, Indian Mujahideen, HUJI, naxals, Khalistan supporters, and the north-eastern insurgent groups. It also points out that the threat to internal security is often distorted because there are many vested interests involved. Organizations have their departmental interests—more funds, more powers, and staying relevant. Companies have a vested interest in selling useless gadgets to the police forces because there are thousands of crores of rupees to be spent in the name of modernization and internal security. This book shows that imaginary threats are being pursued whereas some real threats remain unaddressed. This book presents a comprehensive study of what exactly should be understood by internal security both in terms of political theory as well as a legal perspective; what are the actual concerns of internal security; how the measures to maintain internal security must be addressed in a legally valid framework; and what are the legal issues involved in counterinsurgency operations. The purpose of this book is to address those ‘actual concerns’ which need to be addressed if we want to really address them. ..more


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Gharelu Hinsa : Karan va Niwaran
N. ShuklaK. Dhaheria
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Indian Defence : Crisis and Challenges
N. C. Asthana IPSA. Nirmal
An extremely exhaustive and comparative study of the armies; the armor; the artillery, the air forces; the navies; the missile forces; the nuclear weapons; ground warfare; air warfare; naval warfare; military doctrines and military might of India, Pakistan and China. All that matters on matters military is to be found in these pages. A rare insight into the subject of defence, and must read for lay men, students, media persons, policy-makers, and men of the armed forces. Why this book is vital for all of us? Because you need to be enlightened. For most people defence has become synonymous with military hardware and we keep on spending on everything the military men ask for because nobody has the wisdom to question it. Given the fact that a nuclear Pakistan would not let itself be defeated at any cost, and that the Chinese could nuke us for even tactical reasons, we must have a serious relook at the way we approach our defence concerns. Can the armed forces, in spite of Rs. 164,000 crore spent on them every year guarantee a decisive victory or a ‘solution of the Pakistan problem’? No! This shocking book exposes the weak underbelly of India. India as a nation is mentally absolutely unprepared for fighting a war and enduring all its horrors. This book predicts that whether our armies are winning or taking a beating, the moment the war touches the Indians who matter (that is, the rich, the beautiful and the powerful), urban India would start buckling. The clarion call of the media and the opinion-builders would be ‘peace at any cost’ and they would suggest surrender even before the thought has crossed the mind of the adversary. In the end, Pakistan or China will not defeat you, your own TV channels and magazines will. That’s where the real military crisis of India lies. ..more


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Aatankvad, Khetrawad Avam Rashtriya Ekikaran
S. SinghM. Chaudhary
हिंदी हिंदी ..more


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Terrorism and Anti-Terrorist Operations
N. C. Asthana IPSA. Nirmal
Hundreds of thousands of the world’s best-equipped coalition troops in Iraq and Afghanistan have, in spite of their tremendous firepower and great technical resources, been finding the going tough against the Taliban. The Indians, in spite of facing various insurgencies and terrorism since 1954, have not been able to decisively eradicate anyone of them. This means that there is something fundamentally wrong with their strategy as well as tactics. The Indians have had neither strategy nor a scientific tactical doctrine of conducting anti-terrorist operations; that’s why they have been failing all the way. This book is written for the illumination of the lay man; the media people; the policy-makers and the forces that seek to combat terrorism; and all those who would like to know why their governments and armed forces have been failing in eliminating terrorism for decades altogether. Nobody, no army, no staff college, no think tank in the whole world has ever produced such a comprehensive treatise on terrorism and anti-terrorist operations. The book has been so structured that the whole or parts of it can be independently expanded in the fashion of manuals so as to suit the specific needs of the armed forces. CONTENTS: The book is divided into eight parts, namely, the phenomenon of terrorism; the dynamics of terrorist organizations; anti-terrorist operations in urban areas; in jungles and rural areas; threats from explosives, chemicals, biological agents and nukes; physical security; weaponry and training; and intelligence and interrogation. The 27 chapters of the book deal with many subjects that have hitherto been never discussed anywhere, including those on why some Muslims become terrorists; the mechanics of terrorists’ operational planning; fighting terrorists in a house; dealing with hostage crisis; jungle combat techniques; convoy security; ambushes; IEDs; landmines; suicide terrorism; camp defense; and the esoteric art of interrogation. ..more


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Crime Against Women
R. A. P. Singh
In the men’s world women have exclusive existence. But this is a new perception. And the exclusive space is not only claimed, it is being acquired. Post-Modernity notion of equity is at the top of the feminist agenda. Apart from this equity programming, our concern is not less important if we take in to account which is popularly known as crime against women. Is it different from crime against men? Men commit crime against men but men look at women as a soft target, not only outside home and beyond, no wonder within home itself. Women are exploited intimately. This book addresses macro sensitivity plus micro manifestation. With crime perspective the book is based on integral approach moving simultaneously towards rural and urban regions, higher and lower segments of women; those enjoying campus and those working in the field, those who are working in the office and those who are house-wives, those who are wage workers, those who are daughters and those who are daughter-in-laws. This provides ample raw data and direction for fresh research. ..more


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Bharat Pak aur Antarrashtriya Aatankwad
M. C. Khandela
हिंदी हिंदी ..more


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Bioterrorism and Biological Warfare
A. L. BhatiaS. K. Kulshreshtha
Keeping in view the risk involved and unpredictable and yet not estimated fully its damage, it becomes imperative that sufficient literature and information on Bioterrorism be available as there is still paucity of not only literature but also the interest of policy makers especially in Country like India. Hence, the present initiative of compiling invited chapters on Bioterrorism and Biological Warfare should fulfill the existing gap and provide authentic information. This book offers a rich dialogue of many opinions and different scientific dimensions of the bio-threats. It will assist actions such as coping with disaster or traumatic event, helping children and teens, information to responders, information for health professionals, information to states and planners and educational materials for public awareness may be developed to combat bio-terroristic events. The principles of biosurveillance are applicable to both man-made and natural epidemics. The use of agents that do not cause harm to humans but disrupt the economy such as foot and mouth disease have been witnessed in the 2001 and 2007 in the U. K. and henceforth would become more important. Clearly, there is a need to improve the ability to protect our citizens from potential bioterror threats, and to increase our capacity to deal with the medical and public health consequences of any future attacks. The book will be significant in the existing biotechnology and microbiology undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The book might also help in generating ideas of research in hitherto-ignored important areas of the bio-threat and biosurveillance fields. ..more


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Rajasthan Mein Police Prashasan
Prabhat Kumar Singhal
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Armed Forces and the International Diversities
Leena Parmar
The Contents includes: 1. Bengal Army and the Raj 2. The Imperial Management 3. Army and the Early British Raj 4. The Bombay Marine 5. Fortifications and Force in Early English East India Company 6. The Frontier Warfare 7. Naval Encounter 8. India and the Indian Ocean 9. Index ..more


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Global Implications of India's Nuclear Explosion
J. K. Chopra
The book traces the development of nuclear energy at the world level and then examines the indian science and technology policy and the subsequent development of nuclear power in independent india. ..more


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Urban Terrorism : Myths and Realities
N. C. Asthana IPSA. Nirmal
Outrageous myths have been created and perpetrated about terrorism in general and terrorism by Muslims in particular. There are two reasons for it. One is, of course, genuine ignorance about things Islamic. The other reason is more sinister. Myths are created and perpetuated because that keeps everyone in business. By spinning yarns about the most horrible things the terrorists are capable of doing, the media ensures that they have a never-ending supply of sensational material with which to keep the people hooked—it also enables the intelligence agencies and security forces to appear more relevant and expand their turf in the process. The myths must be busted because they tend to settle deep in the collective subconscious and ultimately come to influence policy decisions. The media, for example, would have you believe that we have not been able to eradicate terrorism only because we do not have enough commandos everywhere! The fact is that terrorism would not be finished by killing a few terrorists. Bomb blasts continue to take place in spite of the arrests of the ‘masterminds’. As long as we do not address the root cause, there would be many more willing to kill and get killed. Victory against terrorism can be achieved only if you have completely understood the fundamental reasons of terrorism, the motivation of the terrorists, the intrinsic weaknesses of the targets, the innate strength of the ‘way of the terrorist’, and the follies of the approach that you have persisted with so far. If a nation has floundered in its ‘war against terrorism’, it is because it has never had a serious and honest-to-God analysis of terrorism. Hence this book. Exhaustive yet attractive, informative yet interesting—and above all, extremely hard-hitting—it is the ultimate encyclopedia of terrorism. ..more


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The Ultimate Book of Weapons
N. C. AsthanaAnjali Nirmal
This is a unique and most exhaustive encyclopedia of weapons of all kinds in a single volume—from swords to rifles; from tanks to fighter aircrafts; from nuclear submarines to ballistic missiles; from hydrogen bombs to biological warfare, everything is here. This book tells you not only all about weapons, their design, technology and designers, but also about the men who made them, the men who used them and the impact they made on the course of history. Why do we need this book? Firstly, because such a book does not exist and secondly, because the fate of nations is still decided by their wars; that is, indirectly by their weaponry. Given men of similar competence on both sides, the quality of the weapons wielded by them will decide their fates! You got to know more about the existing weapons if you desire to produce better weapons in future. Hence this book! A must read for everybody who is fascinated by weapons, and wants to know more about them, including all ‘men of arms’ namely, people in the armed forces, police and paramilitary forces, professional scientists, academicians and students who wish to learn about the technology of advanced things like nuclear, biological and chemical weapons. Also of immense use to media people because day in and day out they have to speak or write of all sorts of weaponry without having adequate knowledge about anyone of them—this is a reference which should be kept constantly at hand for absolutely authoritative information on any weapon system in the world. The only affordable and complete encyclopedia of weaponry in the whole world—exhaustive yet attractive, informative yet interesting with 360 rare photographs, it is the ultimate encyclopedia of weaponry. ..more


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Indian Defence and Security
U. C. JainJeevan Nair
The book presents a picture of the Indian soldier in the new order, and compares his military life with that of the European soldier, tracing similarities and highlighting differences. Indian Defence and Security discusses the understanding the armed forces have with the political state, the cooperation between them in times of crisis, external and internal while, at the same time, stressing mutual respect of both institutions for the line which divides political decision-making on matters of security and the free hand which the armed forces enjoy in their implementation. ..more


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Kashmir an Experiment Gone Sour
AnjaliNirmalVirendra Bartaria
This book tells you everything about the crisis in Kashmir. Down from the bunglings of the past fifty years to the beginning of the movement, the militants and their depredations, the forces and their anti-militancy operations, the violation of human rights and the machinations of the Pak ISI, it is a ruthless exposure of the frauds which are being perpetrated in Kashmir. ..more


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Rip the Khaki
Anjali Nirmal
This extremely well researched and exhaustive magnum opus of the author specialising in police affairs lays bare all the myths and realities surrounding police functioning. ..more


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Ameriki Aatank Aur Vishva Samudai
M. C. Khandela
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World Peace And Disarmament
Leena Parmar
This book includes an article on the peace process in Kashmir and two poems on India, highlighting India-Pakistan sentiments. A Required Peace Culture System, Educating for Non-Violent Future, Creating a Culture of Peace at a Peace Museum is from Israel and Japan. Dialogue, Not Clash of Civilisation is a very strong voice from Morocco. Peace and Racism, A Historical Theoretical Discussion,Peaceful Conflict Resolution and Peace Building are voices from The Netherlands and Maxico. The Ancient Global Lesson of 9/11, No More Killing! is from Hawaii. The Making of the Children's Peace Train is a article from South Korea and the Role of the HASTIC Theory in Connection with World Peace and Disarmament of Sovereign Nations is from Japan again. The Role of Women in Promoting Peace and the Location of Gender in Risk Regime, Overcoming the Gender-Biased Vulnerability Towards Globalisation with Justice, Dignity and Peace are from The Philippines and Japan. This book will be a great source of interest to peace lovers of the world. Surely, readers will enjoy the international scholar's efforts for peace research and peace initiatives in academic discourse. ..more


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Police, Crime and Human Rights
Radha Kalyani
This timely book contains a number of answers to various questions relating to the police. It is not only a study but also a comprehensive overview of all the present and future possible requirements of the police. It is also an elaborate study of crime and human rights. It has tried to focus on the problems the people face with the police and vice versa. Comparisons with police systems in other countries have also been done. It also contains a useful and thought-provoking empirical study of the socio-legal constraints of the police and problem-wise suggestions vital for a secure society. The book includes chapters on Police System in Other Countries; Administration-Police Functions; Human Rights; Police and Violation of Human Rights; Judicial Activism and Protection of Human Rights; National Human Rights Commission and Protection; Police-Their Constraints and Stresses; Socio-Legal Constraints of the Police; Empirical Study Over Recent Socio-Legal Constraints and a number of valuable suggestions. The book also provides the Police Act 1861 for ready reference. ..more


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The Ultimate Book of Explosives, Bombs & IEDs
N. C. AsthanaAnjali Nirmal
Contents: Acknowledgement. Preface. I. Explosives: the power behind everything: 1. Explosives and explosions: basics you must know. 2. Low but not lowly explosive. 3. High explosives: properties that matter to keep them on high. 4. Primary high explosives: they kick off everything. 5. High explosives: the illustrious nitric esters. 6. High explosives: the celebrated Nitroaromatics. 7. High explosives: the legendary Nitramines. 8. Composite explosives take the best of many things and make the very best. 9. Insensitive high explosives and some novel explosives. 10. Ammonium nitrate based explosive capture the world of non-military explosives. 11. The deceptive beauty of binary explosive. 12. Liquid and foam explosives: amazing, isn't it? 13. Milestones in the development of explosives. 14. Propellants: to shove hard but not to shatter. 15. Initiating devices: safety fuse, detonators and detonating cord. 16. How explosions do what they do: the mechanics of damage by explosions. 17. Oh, the so fascinating job of demolitions! 18. How to use explosives for breaching in tactical situations like urban fighting and hostage rescue. 19. The esoteric world of shaped charges, explosive lenses used in nuclear weapons and explosively formed projectiles. II. Bombs: to break the back of nations: 20. Bombs in a historical perspective. 21. The technology of bombs: an overview. 22. Some of the great bombs in service today. 23. Dig deep and hit hard: the bunker busters. 24. Cluster bombs: bombs that breed Bomblets. 25. The much-maligned Napalm, its cousins and fuel-air explosives. 26. Bombs take a technological leap and become smart. 27. Little bombs for big guys: grenades. 28. Springing nasty surprises: landmines. III. IEDs: ingenuity unlimited: 29. Make it, set it, forget it: the fascinating world of time delay and booby trap type IEDs. 30. Boom at the press of button: all about command actuated IEDs. 31. Designs of the time delay and remote control IEDs found in recent use in the Middle East. 32. The last resort: suicide bombs or victim operated IEDs. 33. Car bombs: the terrorist's most devastating weapon. 34. Getting into the war mode: terrorists' use of IEDs capable of being used in a military context. 35. Busting the myth of the mysterious liquid explosives called TATP and HMTD. 36. Explosives and IEDs made by amateurs. Appendixes: i. Jammers. ii. Detection of explosives. iii. High explosives at a glance. Selected bibliography. Index. ..more


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Strategic Thought and the Art of War
N. C. AsthanaAnjali Nirmal
This book is a MUST READ for students pursuing a master’s/bachelor’s degree in military science or defence and strategic studies and for competitive examinations of various Public Service Commissions and UGC etc. The entire syllabus has been meticulously condensed in this book and its companion volume. Read it and we guarantee; you will not have to touch any other book. Condensing the entire syllabus in just two books is a marvel by the authors of 35 books. Exhaustive discussions on the following subjects and much more: Part 1 ‘The Evolution of Strategic Thought’: Theories of all the strategic thinkers including Kautilya, Sun Tzu, Machiavelli, Gustavus Adolphus, Frederick the Great. Clausewitz, Jomini, Marx, Engels, Mackinder, Hausehofer, Fuller, Liddell Hart, Mahan, Douhet, Mao, Che Guevara, Giap, Dulles, and Sokolovsky, etc. Part 2 ‘The Art of War and Warfare in the West’: The art of war and warfare, important battles, and military organization/systems in the west in various periods including the Greeks, Romans, Mongols, Medieval and Modern Europe; World Wars I and II; Korean War; Vietnam War; and the two Gulf Wars. Part 3 ‘The Art of War and Warfare in India’: The art of war and warfare, important battles, and military organization/systems in India in various periods including the Mauryas, Guptas, Harshvardhan, Chalukyas, Pallavas, and Cholas; Arab and Turk invasions; Sultanate and Mughal periods; Anglo-Mysore, Anglo-Maratha and Anglo- Sikh wars; British Indian army; and wars (1947, 1962, 1965, 1971, and 1999) of independent India. The book gives you: point-wise knowledge at your fingertips; easy to understand and remember; most lucidly explained; simple language; all clarity and no confusion. Concise yet exhaustive; rigorous yet lucid; simple yet accurate; this is the ultimate book on defence & strategic studies.  ..more


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National Security and Global Strategic Issues
N. C. AsthanaAnjali Nirmal
This book is a MUST READ for students pursuing a master’s/bachelor’s degree in military science or defence and strategic studies and for competitive examinations of various Public Service Commissions and UGC etc. The entire syllabus has been meticulously condensed in this book and its companion volume. Read it and we guarantee; you will not have to touch any other book. Condensing the entire syllabus in just two books is a marvel by the authors of 35 books. Exhaustive discussions on the following subjects and much more: Part 1 ‘Global Strategic Issues’: Theories of peace and conflict; causes of war; terrorism; Cold War; arms race and arms control; nuclear strategies and theories of deterrence; Soviet and Chinese strategies; peacekeeping and peace-building; defence from ballistic missiles and other WMDs; etc. Part 2 ‘National Power and National Security’: Theories of nation-states and national power; national security and collective security; alliances and the non-aligned movement; and defence cooperation; etc. Part 3 ‘India’s National Security’: India’s relations with her neighbours and great powers; conflict and cooperation in the South Asian Region; military strategies, nuclear program and policies of India and Pakistan; India’s maritime strategy; and India’s internal security concerns; etc. Part 4 ‘Defence Economics, Planning and Production’: Economic basis of military power; war-financing; post-war reconstruction; India’s defence budgeting and production; and defence procurement procedure; etc. Part 5 ‘India’s Higher Defence Organization’: national security council; cabinet committee on security; ministry of defence and its departments; and the Kargil Review Committee Report, etc. The book gives you: point-wise knowledge at your fingertips; easy to understand and remember; most lucidly explained; simple language; all clarity and no confusion. Concise yet exhaustive; rigorous yet lucid; simple yet accurate; this is the ultimate book on defence & strategic studies.  ..more


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Fire Fighting
N. C. Asthana IPSPriyamvada Asthana
year in which many people are killed and property worth billions is destroyed. Obviously, fire services in India remain extremely backward. ..more


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Intelligence and Security Management
N. C. Asthana IPSAnjali Nirmal
Intelligence is vital to national security. Had our intelligence and security services been doing their job well, the country would not have been in the mess it is. We are in a mess because so far no one really told the policy-makers and the people at large what was wrong with intelligence. This book, for the first time in the world, presents a brilliant study of what intelligence is, how best it can be procured, what it can do, what are its limitations, and how to use it so that policies are based on sober analyses instead of kneejerk reactions. ..more


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Do Vishwa Yudhon ke Beech Antarashtriya Rajneeti
Mishri Lal Mandot
HINDI ..more


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Naxalism and Anti-Naxal Operations : Why the Nation has Been Failing
Anjali Nirmal
Naxalism has been described by the prime minister as the single biggest threat to the internal security of this country. The country has deployed about 1.5 lakh soldiers for combating the menace of naxalism. We are spending well over Rs. 5000 crore every year on anti-naxal operations. Yet, more than 6000 people have died in naxal-related violence since 2005. The naxals may be less than 20000 in numbers but they have managed to defy the might of the nation for 47 years! Obviously, something is very seriously wrong in our understanding of naxalism and also our approach to tackling it. This book analyzes both issues and shows how best to deal with naxalism. This is the most comprehensive book on naxalism and anti-naxal operations. This book provides you, among other things, a complete overview of: · History of the naxal movement · Organization of the CPI (Maoist) · The naxals’ strategy, tactics and other activities · The lack of a doctrine of counterinsurgency in India · The reality of anti-naxal operations and why they have been failing · Intelligence failure · Unaddressed legal issues related to counterinsurgency · Government response to naxalism and its shortcomings · Popular misconceptions about naxalism · Suggestions on how to make anti-naxal operations more effective Because most of the people do not have any idea of naxalism or anti-naxal operations, there is no public pressure to make correct policies. Whether you are a lay man, a student, a media person, a policy-maker, or a man in the armed forces, this book will educate you on what the naxal problem is, why something must be done for it, why something else should not be done, and what is wrong with that is being done.  ..more


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Later Mughals : Their Decline and British Ascent
N. C. Asthana IPSAnjali Nirmal
This is hitherto the most comprehensive book on later Mughals, their decline and the rise of the British power in India. Textbooks of medieval and modern history usually devote just a couple of chapters to the later Mughals. On the other hand, the books of the 19th century British scholars are basically in the form of one long narrative—more as vast collections of stories, incidents and trivial details rather than analyses. The usual textbooks not only lack in detail; they make no attempt at analysis of the historical and military factors that were responsible for the developments. This book addresses the shortcomings of both—textbooks as well as the reference works of past. Covering the entire period from the death of Aurangzeb to the Mutiny of 1857, it contains, amongst other things, a vast quantity of material on: · Role of Aurangzeb in the decline of the Mughal empire · Bahadur Shah I · The Rajput and Sikh revolts · Jahandar Shah; Farrukhsiyar and the Sayyid brothers · Muhammad Shah and the Nizam-ul-Mulk · The rise of the Marathas · The invasion of Nadir Shah · Mughal emperor Ahmad Shah and the invasions of Ahmad Shah Abdali · Alamgir II and Shah Alam II · The Third Battle of Panipat · Armies of the later Mughals · Various reasons of the decline of the Mughal empire · The East India Company, its wars and exploitation · The 1857 Mutiny; reasons of occurrence and analysis of critical battles · Bahadur Shah Zafar This book will be immensely useful to students of history, research scholars, professors, media persons and even lay men interested in the history of a critical period of our nation.  ..more


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Historic Battles of India : A Study in Military Science
N. C. Asthana IPSAnjali Nirmal
India has a very long history of wars and warfare. Our kings and badshahs were always dressed with a sword and habitually fought with their neighbours almost every year. Still, quite ironically, they could never achieve any high standard in the art of war. When foreign invaders came, they almost always lost to them. The history of India would have been different had we not lost at the hands of Arab invaders, Muhammad Ghori, the Mughals, Nadir Shah, Abdali and the British. We must know what was wrong with our military system? Why did we lose repeatedly at the hands of invaders? This question must agitate the mind of every Indian, whether a student of military history and science or a lay man. This book answers all these questions and more. It covers all the important battles of India in the ancient, medieval and modern periods, including: • Mauryan age • Gupta age • Arab invasions • Mahmud Ghaznavi and Muhammad Ghori • Sultanate period • Mughal Empire • Marathas • East India Company • Mutiny of 1857 It is the most exhaustive book on military history and science in the whole world. Anything that is important in the history of India from a military angle is to be found here. This book covers an unprecedented 103 historic battles starting from Alexander’s invasion and ending with the battles of the Mutiny. These were the battles that changed the course of our history and shaped our destiny. Written in a most lucid and interesting style and extensively illustrated and authenticated by a formidable array of references of 759 authorities, this book is immensely useful as a reference work to students of history, military science, research scholars, academicians, media persons and even lay men interested in the history of our nation. ..more


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Disaster Management
N. C. Asthana IPSPriyamvada Asthana
Disaster management is a relatively new subject in India. Our record in disaster management has been far from satisfactory. Whether it is earthquakes, floods, flash floods, cyclones, drought, industrial disaster like the Bhopal gas tragedy, or outbreak of various types of epidemics, we almost invariably end up with massive loss of lives and property. The memories of the Uttarakhand floods, the cyclones in Orissa, floods in Bihar, the Bhuj earthquake, and the 2004 tsunami are still fresh in our memory. This exhaustive book covers, among other things, the following in great detail: · Fundamentals of disaster management · Disaster mitigation measures; disaster preparedness; response to disasters; and recovery from disasters · Disaster emergency medical care · Search and rescue operations · Indian government’s approach and systems for disaster management · Various types of disasters and measures to deal with them including cyclones; earthquakes; floods; tsunamis; droughts and famines; railway accidents; health-related disasters and various outbreaks like dengue, Japanese encephalitis, and avian flu; mining accidents; industrial disasters including nuclear reactor and chemical plant accidents; aircraft accidents; war-related disasters; landslides; avalanches; and wildfires etc. This book provides detailed practical advice on the techniques and equipment which you would not find in any other book on disaster management. Drawing from the examples and best practices in the world, it will enable individuals, organisations and governments to know what they ought to do for preventing disasters and coping with them; what equipment they should have; what preparation they should make, and how they must employ them. Every citizen of this country must read this book so that he is better prepared for coping with any type of disaster.  ..more


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Terrorism, Insurgencies and Counterinsurgency Operations
N. C. Asthana IPSAnjali Nirmal
It presents an exhaustive analysis of terrorism in Kashmir, the North-Eastern states and Punjab besides left-wing terrorism. We find a revealing expose of the machinations of the ISI and the threat of pan-Islamic fundamentalism. The authors show that ad hoc responses in the nature of fire-fighting do not lead us anywhere. That is why, in spite of having killed thousands of terrorism that deals and arrested several times more, we are still nowhere near controlling terrorism that defines a political, police or military solution. Here the authors develop a comprehensive strategy for counterinsurgency, followed by an enunciation of the crucial tactical concepts that will ensure victory in our war against terrorism. ..more


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Armed Forces in British India
Rajkumar PruthiRameshwari Devi
This book gives the light on British military model in India. ..more


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Sainya Manovigyan (Military Psychology)
Nidhi Maheshwari
This edited handbook on Military Psychology is going to be the first of its kind in the country on the topic rarely touched upon, as well offers itself in the common language of the masses. This product is being generated to get the domain of military psy ..more


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Cyber Crimes: Preventive Measures and Cyber Forensics
N. C. Asthana IPSPriyamvada Asthana
You could be a student, a housewife, a schoolgirl, a working woman, a businessman, a middle-class salaried employee, or a professional—all of you could easily become victims of cyber crime. The moment you connect your computer to the Internet it becomes a ..more


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Cyber Security Cyber Attacks and Hacking
N. C. Asthana IPSPriyamvada Asthana
Cyber security is vital in the modern age of computers. Modern society, economy, and critical industrial infrastructures are greatly dependent on computer networks and other IT solutions. Mounting cyber attacks on them is both cheaper and less risky than  ..more


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Cyber Law : Legal and Practical Aspects
N. C. Asthana IPSPriyamvada Asthana
Computers have permeated all walks of life in such a manner that now it is difficult to imagine life without them. Financial services like banking, airlines, telecommunications, and large industries, all depend on computer networks. These developments hav ..more


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Antarrashtriya Aatankwad ( International Terrorism )
Maan Chand Khandela
हिंदी हिंदी ..more

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