India’s Most Fearless 2
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India’s Most Fearless 2

More Military Stories of Unimaginable Courage and Sacrifice

Overview

Untold accounts of the biggest recent anti-terror operations

First-hand reports of the most riveting anti-terror encounters in the wake of the 2016 surgical strikes, the men who hunted terrorists in a magical Kashmir forest where day turns to night, a pair of young Navy men who gave their all to save their entire submarine crew, the Air Force commando who wouldn't sleep until he had avenged his buddies, the tax babu who found his soul in a terrifying Special Forces assault on Pakistani terrorists, and many more.

Their own stories, in their own words. Or of those who were with them in their final moments.
The highly anticipated sequel to India's Most Fearless brings you fourteen more stories of astonishing fearlessness,and gets you closer than ever before to the personal braverythat Indian military men display in the line of duty.

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360 Pages | ISBN13 9780143443155
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Shiv Aroor and Rahul Singh
Shiv Aroor and Rahul Singh

Shiv Aroor is an editor and anchor with India Today television, with experience of over a decade covering the Indian military. He has reported from conflict zones that include Kashmir, India's Northeast, Sri Lanka and Libya. For the latter, he won two awards for war reporting. As a political reporter on TV, he was also recently awarded for his coverage of the 2018 state elections in his home state, Karnataka. Aroor also runs the popular award-winning military news and analysis site, Livefist, on which he frequently tells the stories of India's military heroes.


Rahul Singh has covered defence and military affairs at the Hindustan Times for over a decade, in a career spanning twenty years. Apart from extensive and deep reporting from the world of the Indian military, including several newsbreaks that have set the national news agenda over the years, Singh has reported from conflict zones including Kashmir, the North-east and war-torn Congo.

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