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The Spy Chronicles readable Urdu PDF, writers are A.S. Dulat, Assad Durrani, Aditya Sinha, joint venture of Raw and ISI, inside story of RAW and ISI of Pakistan, India, Indo pak books.
A.S. Dulat was Secretary of the Research and Analysis Wing, 1999-2000. General Asad Durrani was Director General, Inter-Services Intelligence directorate, 1990-91. Aditya Sinha is a writer and a journalist living on the outskirts of Delhi.
the spy chronicles in urdu
Pakistan’s former spy chief Asad Durrani wrote “The Spy Chronicles: RAW, ISI and the Illusion of Peace” with A.S. Dulat, the former chief of India’s intelligence arm.
This book unites two men who each had a spell at heading their separate offices. All things considered, they have been aware of their country’s most prominent privileged insights — whether they identify with mystery specialists set in touchy outside areas, atomic weaponry, vital knowledge, or mystery contact with remote offices and governments. They are the managers of their country’s dim issue.
Indians and Pakistanis continue endeavoring to converse with each other. Government officials and representatives address their partners; peaceniks trade notes; sportsmen share locker-room visit; and specialists dribble over each other’s business sectors. This is open. Spychiefs seldom converse with each other—you can be sure that the covert agents never do-however there have been events when their legislatures have guided them to do as such. Over the most recent two decades, some previous spychiefs have met up to trade sees in Track-II discoursed. In any case, they have never talked transparently. As the two spymasters say, they know about the stakes. What they say to each other, around a table, their gatekeepers down, means something. Their discussion goes to the core of the India-Pakistan relationship; a profound plunge into the Deep State, maybe.