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A New Book That Traces History Of Indian Intelligence System 'RAW'

Shedding light on the formation of Indian intelligence system, a book named 'The War That Made R&AW' has been unveiled in the country. Written by filmmakers Anusha Nandakumar and Sandeep Saket, the book dwells deep into the watershed events of 1960s. Besides, opening commentary on Bangladesh War, the book also gives detailed insights about RAW founder Rameshwar Nath Kao. However, the book will be available on 'Softcover' from April 11.

Wed, 07 Apr 2021 - 05:43 PM / by Ronit John

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