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Operation Brasstacks happened without PM Rajiv's approval: Book

NEW DELHI: Minister of state for defence Arun Singh and Chief of Army Staff Gen Krishnaswamy Sundarji had gone ahead with Operation Brasstacks, the code name for extensive military exercises carried out by the army in 1986 and 1987 on the Indo-Pak ... Times of India, 4 weeks ago

Rajiv' s IPKF move was impulsive: Ex-Army man

CHENNAI: It was former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's impulsive decision, supported by an equally impulsive and flamboyant Army chief General K Sundarji, that pitched Indian troops into the Sri Lankan war, says Col. R Hariharan, who was in the thick ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago RAJIV' S IPKF MOVE WAS IMPULSIVE : Ex-Army man  4 Traders3 weeks ago Rajiv' s IPKF move was impulsive ExArmy man  E Pao!3 weeks ago

Et tu, Natwar!

How seriously should we take Natwar Singh's book? Indeed how seriously should all such memoirs and autobiographies be taken? The answer, I imagine, depends on the intent. If the authors are merely settling scores, as many think Natwar Singh is, future historians would be entitled to ignore such autobiographies. But if there is no mens rea (guilty mind), so to speak, these books must be taken seriously, says T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan. After so much discussion on TV, the only point of ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Sonia had moles in each ministry: Natwar Singh  India Today4 weeks ago

Now, Mani Shankar Aiyar says Rajiv Gandhi was in dark about Operation Brasstacks

NEW DELHI: In 1984, Rajiv Gandhi with 404 seats became Prime Minister with the biggest majority ever in Lok Sabha. Yet in 1987, when the then Army chief Gen K Sundarji and minister of state for defence Arun Singh went ahead with 'Operation ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Mani Shankar Aiyar says Rajiv Gandhi not in loop over 1980s Brasstacks  Asian Age3 weeks ago
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Rahul stopped Sonia from being PM: Mani Shankar Aiyar

Former Union minister Mani Shankar Aiyar, considered close to the Gandhi family, on Saturday said in May 2004 Rahul had asked his mother and Congress president Sonia Gandhi to not become the prime minister (PM). Aiyar, in an interview to Karan ...
 Business Standard India4 weeks ago Mani Shankar Aiyar slams Natwar Singh over Rajiv Gandhi, IPKF issue in book  Financial Express4 weeks ago Aiyar slams Natwar over IPKF issue  Business Standard India4 weeks ago Mani Shankar Aiyar slams Natwar over IPKF issue  Economic Times4 weeks ago

Sonia Gandhi: I’ll write my own book

Sonia Gandhi A day after former external affairs minister K. Natwar Singh triggered a row by dismissing Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s claim of “listening to her inner voice” to give up the PM’s post in 2004, she too declared that she would write ...
 Asian Age4 weeks ago Sonia Gandhi says will counter Natwar Singh's book with one of her own  Livemint.com4 weeks ago Natwar Singh rakes up Sonia Gandhi`s Italian origin  ZeeNews.com4 weeks ago Natwar Rakes Up Sonia's Italian Origin  New Indian Express4 weeks ago
India Today

Rajiv Gandhi naively trusted LTTE chief V. Prabhakaran: Natwar

Rajiv Gandhi , during his tenure as prime minister in 1987, gave orders to send Indian troops to Sri Lanka without consulting his Cabinet colleagues or top officials, former external affairs minister Natwar Singh said in an interview to Headlines ...
 India Today4 weeks ago
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