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An inside story of how does our country's Intelligence agencies, especially IB works. The security apparatus of my country India is not as bad as i thought out to be. With remote listening posts in J Open Secrets : India's Intelligence Unveiled. Maloy Krishna Dhar. The book effectively exposes the deplorable stories of blatant and brutal misuse of the Indian Intelligence, security and investigative agencies by the ruling classes.

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Many facts and interpretations would, moreover, be challenged by other parties involved in the various controversies covered. One that is particularly noteworthy is the fact that Dhar starts out in life as a self-confessed hater of Muslims, and his loathing is visceral and personal: "I would never forgive them for raping Manorama, my childhood companion back in East Pakistan, and uprooting us from our real motherland.

It could never be turned into a Dar-ul-Islam or Hindu Rashtra". He discloses, for instance, that while the IB studied the growth of radical Islamism as a part of the study of the Muslim community in India, it did not have a separate analysis desk on Pakistan. On first sight, this is absurd, except that this subject would come under the natural mandate of RAW.

Open Secrets is an intensely personal memoir, and Dhar is brutally frank about his opinions of all institutions and individuals covered—right to his opinion of various prime ministers with whom he had the opportunity to interact, directly or indirectly. It makes easy and interesting reading but for one unforgivable lapse: the narrative would have profited immensely from the work of a good editor. Unfortunately, a particular genre of publishers today display little concern for the niceties of English grammar and the subtle turn of phrase.

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Dhar, a former Intelligence Bureau of India joint director, provides a top down view of the intelligence establishment in India and the types of pressures that it has to face in carrying out its duties including those of how the agencies are used for 'personal-political agendas'. As a historical memoir, it was as of , the only information available of the Intelligence Bureau that was in the public domain. In the prologue of the book Dhar writes that he is going to narrate a few instances of illegal activities he had taken part in, under orders, as part of his role. He says that any involved intelligence officer is like a "prostitute", operating in the "breeding ground of Goerings and Himmlers in the backyard of constitutional democracy". He says this is not unique to India, but goes to the central theme of his book, that in "free democracies" there are legislative checks. Dhar emphasizes the lack of accountability in general for the entire system - politicians, bureaucrats and the intelligence.

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Many facts and interpretations would, moreover, be challenged by other parties involved in the various controversies covered. One that is particularly noteworthy is the fact that Dhar starts out in life as a self-confessed hater of Muslims, and his loathing is visceral and personal: "I would never forgive them for raping Manorama, my childhood companion back in East Pakistan, and uprooting us from our real motherland. It could never be turned into a Dar-ul-Islam or Hindu Rashtra". He discloses, for instance, that while the IB studied the growth of radical Islamism as a part of the study of the Muslim community in India, it did not have a separate analysis desk on Pakistan. On first sight, this is absurd, except that this subject would come under the natural mandate of RAW. Open Secrets is an intensely personal memoir, and Dhar is brutally frank about his opinions of all institutions and individuals covered—right to his opinion of various prime ministers with whom he had the opportunity to interact, directly or indirectly. It makes easy and interesting reading but for one unforgivable lapse: the narrative would have profited immensely from the work of a good editor.

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