The War Ministry (Raisina, #3)



Bharat News Ticker Prime Minister Azim Khan Takes Office, Becomes First Muslim To Lead India Pakistan Rejects Peace Talks After Hostilities End In Indo Pak War Unconfirmed Reports Suggest Deputy Prime Minister Karan Nehru S Disenchantment With PMOTensions With China Escalate, As India Is Accused By Beijing Of Sheltering Tibetan Extremists And Abetting Instability In Tibet Ulema Leaders Ask PM To Cater To Muslim Interests Or Face Backlash US Presidential Candidates Debate South Asian Crisis Opposition Parties Prepare For The Possible Fallout From A Khan Nehru SplitAssuming Power In The Messy Aftermath Of A War With Pakistan, And Mounting Hostility With A Belligerent China, Azim Khan Inherits An India In Crisis Heading A Shaky Coalition, His Leadership Is Questioned At Every Turn Most Visibly By Deputy PM Karan Nehru, His Once Best Friend And, Insidiously, By Other Scheming Detractors Hidden Within His Government India S First Muslim PM Must Earn The Trust Of The Indian People In His Leadership And Prove He Is The Man With The Ability To Heal The Wounds Of The Past And Chart A Path To A United And Bold Future For The Nation.Buffeted By History, Conflicted By Ideology, And Curbed By His Own Limitations, Azim And His Team Of Idealists Face The Ultimate Test Will They Succeed The Concluding Volume Of The Bestselling Raisina Series, The War Ministry Is A Gripping Account Of The Complex Day To Day Functioning Of A Prime Minister And His Office.The War Ministry (Raisina, #3)

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  • Paperback
  • 440 pages
  • The War Ministry (Raisina, #3)
  • Krishan Partap Singh
  • English
  • 10 November 2018

10 thoughts on “The War Ministry (Raisina, #3)

  1. says:

    The War Ministry is the third book in Krishan Partap Singh s Raisina Series trilogy and, in my opinion, the best of the three books.The first two books in the series were Young Turks and Delhi Durbar, although it is The War Ministry that begins from where Young Turks left off.The author has managed to make improbable events read it yourselves don t want to play spoilsport seem plausible with a combination of a tight plot, an accurate and in depth desc...

  2. says:

    By Krishan Pratap Singh 3 in The Raisina Hill Series Grade AHow do you escape the Literary Threequel Curse How do you meet the expectations of those readers who want to read something better than what already is a masterpiece The War Ministry of Krishan Pratap Singh takes all these questions, buries them under the Raisina Hill, and kills them forever EPIC is an understatement for this trilogy.Bharat News Ticker Prime Minister Azim Khan takes office, becomes first Muslim to lead India Pak By Krishan Pratap Singh 3 in The Raisina Hill Series Grade AHow do you escape the Literary Threequel Curse How do you meet the expectations of those readers who want to read something better than what already is a masterpiece The War Ministry of Krishan Pratap Singh takes all these questions, buries them under the Raisina Hill, and kills them forever EPIC is an understatement for this trilogy.Bharat News Ticker Prime Minister Azim Khan takes office, becomes first Muslim to lead India Pakistan rejects peace talks after hostilities end in Indo Pak war Unconfirmed reports suggest Deputy Prime Minister Karan Nehru s disenchantment with PMO Tensions with China escalate, as India is accused by Beijing of sheltering Tibetan extremists and abetting instability i...

  3. says:

    What a terrific read this book is Never thought the phrase, a political thriller , in connection with an Indian book could be anything but meaningless words on the book jacket This one came out of nowhere and knocked my socks off.This book is the third in THE RAISINA TRILOGY First book, YOUNG TURKS is complete crap,in the league of pathetic new age Indian authors I don t wanna be hard on the author so I ll write it off as something that had to be got out of the system by the author so What a terrific read this book is Never thought the phrase, a political thriller , in connection with an Indian book could be anything but meaningless words on the book jacket This one came out of nowhere and knocked my socks off.This book is the third in THE RAISINA TRILOGY First book, YOUNG TURKS is complete crap,in the league of pathetic new age Indian authors I ...

  4. says:

    The War Ministry is all about a running feud between Mr Steady and Mr Ego Azim and Karan which forces, yet again, Raj Mehra to step in after being harangued into it by the best friend wives of the two fighting best friends above Sounds boring, isn t it Well, the interesting point is that these two once best friends and now almost enemies are The Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister of India, running a government in the aftermath of a War with Pakistan and a running nea...

  5. says:

    I was lucky enough to win this book in the Goodreads Giveaway,And I am really very happy after reading this book,The plot grabs you from the very beginning and as you turn the pages, you pass through the spoken and hidden realities of Politics, of betrayal and ambition wrapped in the impressive writing style of Mr K.P Singh K.P Singh has in my opinion done a wonderful job in revealing the flaws in the otherwise perfect characters It is an interesting read for those who love to read thriller I was lucky enough to win this book in the Goodread...

  6. says:

    A high octane thriller that well captures the pressures and pulls domestic and international on the Indian polity and sketches a very plausible account of the happenings in the country a short time in th...

  7. says:

    The War Ministry is an interesting and gripping political thriller written with the background of an alternate political possibility and around fictitious political figures who resemble very much their real like counterparts.Read the review of The War Ministry at

  8. says:

    The trilogy revolves around two friends, Azim Khan and Karan Nehru and their friendship in the power corridors of Raisina hills It maps their journey as they arrive with freshly minted ideals on the grimy scenes of politics and what happens to them in the process of becoming the most powerful leaders in this country It s a powerful and current premise to build a story in and Singh touches on all issues our democracy faces right now be it corruption, ...

  9. says:

    Nothing spectacular.lots of ambiguity embedded within a usual political ecosystem.Not sure what KP was doing all these days as the book does not yield much to viewer s expectations and the plot becomes tad simplistic.I think political books should be comprised of spine chilling momentsThis somewhat reflected the mediocrity usually found in Chetan Bhagat s books where everything falls in place towards the end.Wish life were that simpl Nothing spectacular...

  10. says:

    Outstanding Immense Scope for keeping characters alive for sequels Hopefully KPS will keep them alive and comingAbridged play on Pandit Nehru towards the end of the book takes the cake.Characterization of Pappu , inspired by the supposedly the most eligible bachelor , youth icon and Prime Minister in waiting is sublime I would like to see his face and if and when he actually reads this book.Having said the above , the book ...

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