Editorial Reviews. About the Author. B. Raman joined the Indian Police Service in and The Spy Chronicles: RAW, ISI and the Illusion of Peace. A.S. Dulat. The Kaoboys & R&AW: Down Memory Lane [B. Raman] on The book is indeed a memoir from the eyes of an ex-raw intelligence professional. THE KAOBOYS OF R&AW: DOWN MEMORYLANE BY B. RAMAN DOWNLOAD EBOOK: THE KAOBOYS OF R&AW: DOWN MEMORY LANE BY.
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The Kaoboys & R&AW: Down Memory Lane
See our Returns Policy. The Kaoboyss War and the Indo-Pakistani War of caused the restructuring of the country’s intelligence apparatus, since real-time foreign intelligence had become a political necessity. One person found this helpful. The author is a very serious man but here and there he mentioned some stuff which made me laugh out loud.
It gives an idea about the working system of Indian external intelligence. Nov 07, Mihir Parekh rated it really liked it. The author has given details that are convincing. Customers who bought this item also bought. Handsome, incorruptible, suave and intellectual, Kxoboys was a shy and humble person.
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Securing India The Modi Kaobpys Overall, an interesting book, though feels like a drag in bits. His tenure, which began inlasted for nearly a decade and marked the closest association that an Indian prime minister has ever had with the country’s intelligence chief.
He completed his Master of Arts degree some time before It’s hard for me to believe that any intelligence agency would have the power to foment such an organized movement single handedly without any help from other sources of disgruntlement amongst the Sikh population.
He was also a kaoboyz of the committee set up to examine the intelligence kaboys that led to the Kargil incursion. Amazon Prime Music Stream millions of songs, ad-free. Somehow, one gets the impression that this book came out because it had to. Throw in a sense of competition between agencies to be the first to report a threat, and it’s a miracle that any VIP stays alive! He then chose to pursue a master’s degree in English Literature at Allahabad University. Content very if to Indians and I doubt if non-Indians could relate to any part of this book.
Again, the role of the ISI aside, supported as it was from Zia ul Haq in its policies, Raman fumes at the turned gaze of the CIA, MI6 and Kaogoys intelligence agencies while Khalistani militants brazenly moved across borders to organize support for their movement. Good read if you can relate to the events described in the book and are interested in feeble spy operations of countries like India.
Careless and babbling politician including pawar and morarji Desai, carelessly leaked intelligence kaobous themselves imbecile, thus jeopardizing national security on more than couple of occasions. Oct 23, Anirudas rated it really liked it. Kao took classes in Law in Allahabad University but left when he joined the Indian Imperial Police in after passing a kxoboys examination.
May be a good read for people interested in this subject. No two ways about it, he is quite frank about it.
Dec jaoboys, Retrieved 27 November The book cou Great account of how the agency works by an ex official at highest levels. He resigned quietly and kept out of the public eye. Inhe attained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Lucknow University. He worked as a security advisor to both Indira and Rajiv Gandhi.
And it has been criticized where such criticism was warranted. These are the places of the book where the macabre world of spycraft are written for all to see.
His candid account of Indo-Burmese relations is rare. See all 49 reviews.
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Down Memory Lane and Terrorism: This book should be read to know about the working of an organisation so mystique and discrete that even half-baked bollywood movies intrigue us! This rsw since disappeared. OPerational challenges and details which might not be available otherwise are up for grabs. A restrictive perspective with repetition of instances.
A Kao-boy till the end
Such reluctance was there even in other countries till the early s. Pf was a cheeky reference to the famous Robin Raphel. Not recommended for others