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Kulpreet Yadav

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One of the leading fiction writers in India, Kulpreet Yadav retired voluntarily from the armed forces to pursue a career in writing in 2014. Also a motivational speaker now, he has spoken at more than two hundred schools, colleges, and global corporate brands during the last four years. Popular for his Andy Karan series, his new spy novel, Murder in Paharganj, was published by Bloomsbury India in Oct 2017. Kulpreet lives in Delhi with his wife and two daughters.

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Dear readers,

My new book is now out. It's titled "The Darjeeling Ghost". This is the first time that I have attempted writing a horror story.

I got so frightened while writing it that instead of a novel, I ending up writing a novella. If you are under 16 years of age, you should NOT read it, or read it under parental guidance.

Others, please don't read it during the night. You have been warned.

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India's Wars by Arjun Subramaniam
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Excellent compilation of facts and anecdotes of soldiers across the rank spectrum and time period since independence, this is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand the Indian wars since 1947. I enjoyed reading it and was glad that it enriche ...more
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One might get an impression that a prisoner of war (POW) who was captured by China in 1962 & kept in solitary confinement for 7 months would have certainly been psychologically bruised to write a balanced account of things as he experienced it. But n ...more
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An interesting book that covers the NEFA sector in greater detail as compared to the Ladakh sector. I wasn't very comfortable with the title though. Yes, the Navy and the Air Force were not involved in this war by both India and China, but looking at ...more
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India's China War by Neville Maxwell
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It's a well-written book, no doubt about that. Neville was the "Time" correspondent based in Delhi during the war and he definitely had a ringside seat from where he watched the actions, particularly the ones in Delhi if not in NEFA or Ladakh. Though ...more
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The book starts slow, but it grows on you as you progress. Initial explanations might seem cliched, but once you get the hang of it, all your doubts will fall away. The writing is very precise, almost surgeon-like, and the stories at the beginning of ...more
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An interesting book that's anecdotal in nature about paranormal experiences of an investigator named Jay Alani. Jay, as became evident after reading this, had narrated these to Neil D'silva, a writer, who has penned it down. The collaboration works w ...more
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Shanita Kulpreet Yadav, a contemporary writer keeps you gripped with crime, mystery and the mechanisms of the underworld. Essentially paints the picture of his Spy Thriller “ The Girl Who Loved A Spy”, with brilliantly woven maize, entrenched on varied locations from a hamlet outside Rewari to a Fortress in Murud- Janjira. Andy Karen has ‘ Never Say Die ‘ attitude !
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