Hari Jaisingh, author of four books, and presently editor of The Tribune, Chandigarh, has had a distinguished journalistic career spread over a span of 32 years. He has worked in senior capacities with several leading Indian dailies, including the Indian Express. A keen observer of Indian and global developments, Jaisingh has also been a contributor to The Morning Telegraph, Sheffield and The Guardian, London. A strong advocate of the freedom of the press and a value-based democratic structure, he is totally committed to public causes and human rights. Widely traveled, Jaisingh has also been associated with professional bodies such as the Press Council of India, the Editors’ Guild of India, the Indian National Commission for Cooperation with UNESCO and the Press Guild of India.
A TALE OF SHAME
Kashmir has been the most difficult issue confronting the Indian nation, which has domestic and international ramifications. The author raises several highly relevant and thought-provoking questions in the course of his forceful narrative. For its unerring instinct for vital facts and for its relentless exposure of the main actors in the age-old Kashmir drama, this book in unprecedented.
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Subtitle: A TALE OF SHAME
Author: HARI JAISINGH