Open Secrets: India's Intelligence Unveiled
Manas Publications, 2005 - Всего страниц: 519
The book effectively exposes the deplorable stories of blatant and brutal misuse of the Indian Intelligence, security and investigative agencies by the ruling classes. The operatives and officials are emasculated by politically tinged and often personalised demands of the politicians. Intelligence agencies are often forced to serve the narrow interests of the political parties and ensure survival of the leaders, who often equate the survival of the leaders, who often equate the survival of the nation with their rooting in power. The narratives have candidly unveiled certain well-guarded vaults with the avid intention of appealing to the discerning readers, scholars and opinion makers, to bring pressure on the 'System' for devising constitutional and legal tools to control and to add more teeth and armour to the prime intelligence, security and investigative agencies, both at the Union and State level.
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LibraryThing ReviewПользовательский отзыв - ashutosh.kumar - LibraryThing
An inside story of how does our country's Intelligence agencies, especially IB works. The security apparatus of my country India is not as bad as i thought out to be. With remote listening posts in J ... Читать весь отзыв