As we drove the car along the long, tarred road flanked on both sides by green fields, we eagerly kept an eye out for a milestone indicating the distance to our destination. The morning sun was scorching despite it being only 11 am. A few minutes later, we sighted a white stone by the side … More An Adventure to Pulicat
As the stooped, wrinkled old man sitting on the edge of the bed flips through the photo album in his hands, he squints, trying to recognize the faded pictures from his past. Coming across a photo of five young men – naval enlists – on the deck of a ship, a wry smile breaks out … More Morse Man.
In 1948, with Pakistani raiders closing in on Srinagar, a meeting was convened by Lord Mountbatten to expedite the accession of the state of Kashmir into the newly created Republic of India and to deliberate on whether or not to send troops in to counter the insurgents. In attendance were Jawaharlal Nehru, Sardar Vallabhai Patel … More Nehru’s Last War