Book Title: RAW: A History of India’s Covert Operations.
Author: Yatish Yadav
Publisher : Westland (August 3, 2020)
File size : 2475 KB
Language : English
ISBN : 9389648092
RAW: The Research and Analysis Wing, India’s shadowy outside insight organization, is one of the nation’s most un-got foundations—essentially to a limited extent by the plan. Maybe fittingly for a government agent office, there is next to no data about R&AW in the public area. What is this association, its construction, its job, and its vision? For what reason was it set up? Who are the individuals that run it?
Set up in 1968, as a response to India’s huge insight disappointment during the conflict with China, R&AW assumed an essential part in the development of Bangladesh. It has since completed profoundly fruitful incognito tasks in Fiji, Afghanistan, and Sri Lanka, and has countered and thwarted Pakistani government operative office ISI’s intrigues in the subcontinent. R&AW has activities in different pieces of the globe as well; it assumed a significant part during the Iran–Iraq battle, for example.
No nation can expand its worldwide reach without insight support. That India has taken tremendous steps in its height and impact is a declaration of R&AW’s prosperity. However, public records of its work exist just in exceptionally romanticized anecdotal stories. Insightful writer Yatish Yadav follows the existences of genuine specialists and guides their activities in genuine circumstances. His discussions with Indian government agents give knowledge into how undercover activities really work. Crude: A History of India’s Covert Operations is the principal thorough record of Indian government agent organizations and their knowledge-gathering, and their job in getting and propelling Indian interests.