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About the Book :
When you are trained to endure the harshest of climates, the most hostile of situations, to survive where no ordinary man cantheres little difference between you and the terrorist you are trying to kill. Little, except which side are you on. Suvir and Murad--both victims of circumstances, both numb with the pain of having lost their loved ones--choose to do things differently. While one crosses the border and becomes the most dreaded of terrorists, the other joins the Special Forces. Their face-off is a fight to death as one is out to carry out a major terrorist operation in Delhi and the other has been specially called in to foil the attack.
About the Author :
Juggi Bhasin, one of the first television journalists in India joined Doordarshan News in 1987. He covered, extensively, the beginning of the insurgencies in Srinagar. Juggi was probably the only journalist to get the footage of the demolition of the Babri Masjid in 1992. He has researched extensively for this book by drawing on his own experiences as well as those of others. This book is the first in a trilogy series with the theme of terrorism in India