As a young law graduate in Sialkot (now in Pakistan), Kuldip Nayar witnessed at first hand the collapse of trust between Hindus and Muslims who were living. Read Beyond the Lines by Kuldip Nayar by Kuldip Nayar by Kuldip Nayar for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Autobiography of an Indian journalist, author, diplomat and parliamentarian.

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Kuldip Nayar is a veteran journalist, and an accomplished columnist without doubt. A must read for all who have even slight interest in modern Indian history. Jul 11, Sushant Jha rated it it was amazing. Their initial idealism begins to diminish within a few years byond service and they gradually become part of the furniture.

He also conveys the power of his influence on various decisions made, but at the same time attempts to take a humble stance that he wasn’t an influencer. This book is a must read for anyone who is curious about the factors that shaped India’s political scenario from the time of independence to the present day.

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The history of modern India as witnessed by a Punjabi Hindu refuge from Sialkot Pakistan now based out of Delhi. Oct 15, Anuj Singh rated it really liked it.

Second chapter is about the Notorious and humiliating defeat of our nation in Indo- Sino war of He presents, Yasin Malik, the hard-line Hurriyat separatist who is responsible for the death of hundreds of Kashmiri Tye, as a mild mannered, Gandhian who believes in democratic and peaceful protests. An Autobiography by Kuldip Nayar. Lucid,frank and straight from the heart.


The name itself is an institution in itself. Anecdotes of young M. No trivia or quizzes yet. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Apr 07, Rahul Mittal rated it really liked it.

Sep 11, Kamil Hayat rated it really liked it. An informative account of early days of India. May 11, Ravinder rated it really liked it Shelves: Recommended by Sunday Magzine. In this chapter ,author specially reports about the happen kukdip Nayar ,veteran journalist From India, who have witnessed the every subtle event since independance. The part on the major migration that was witnessed during independence is quite overwhelming.

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For example, although he was arrested during emergency for 3 months without reasonjailed in a dirty prison, and had bashed Indira in his weekly articles, he felt that the nation would have become much stronger, had the emergency lasted for another year th two.

There is no point throughout the book i felt bored. Salute to His so eventful life. If kuldiip are able to relate this events with current situation we will understand that the Hindi Was never our National language. True to his work and the s surroundings he has seen and felt.

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Beyond the Lines: An Autobiography

Jul 14, Amit Tyagi rated it liked it. Nayar has watched hte system from close quarters and gives an indepth account of happenings after the independece. Arooj Iqbal rated it it was amazing Jan 23, Aug 29, Stalin rated it really liked it.

Many, including Kuldip have developed a privileged background that they find difficult to let go of. Rifts and competition among founding fathers of India. Quotes from Beyond the Lines As a journalist nayar sahib has taken up political dimensions of his past which shaped the present institutions of the countryas a matter of fact that shaped lives of millions of people.

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I was keen to pick up the book after having earlier kulsip scoop by the same author. It might come across as a bit boring to nyar generation, but for anyone wanting to see political history of Modern India as a simple collection of memories and then let his own judgement run, this is going to be a very s More of memoirs than an autobiography. Though, after reading the book, i have a very pessimistic view on Indian politics and its foreign relations, Mr Nayar has put an extra effort to give the book an optimistic tint.