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“Nasim Zehra’s book is a remarkably honest, bold, diligent, and well-researched account of the Kargil episode … The author combines a wealth of information and a good deal of fresh detail with scholarly insights and deep analysis. She has produced a comprehensive landmark case study – a must read – of great value to policy makers and scholars in Pakistan and to the wider readership interested in the history and political affairs of the country and the region.” – Riaz M Khan, Senior Diplomat, former Foreign Secretary
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Title: From Kargil to the Coup: Events that Shook Pakistan
Author: Nasim Zehra
Year of Publication: 2018
Number of Pages: 532 with maps
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Muhammad Abu-Bakar – May 24, 2018
Between the two extremes, truth lies somewhere in the middle holds true for this masterpiece by Nasim Zehra, one of the finest reads on the said topic, but there is a catch you better not mess with this thing whilst fasting or before iftar or it would magnanimously provide impetus to your striking desire to smoke as things would start unraveling; whom you probably won’t be acquainted with yet.More power to you Nasim Zehra…!
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