Heart break Over doklam

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Title: Heart break Over doklam

ISBN: 9789386473288

Author: Maj Gen Dipak Mukherjee

Price: 395 Rs.

Binding: PB

Language: English

Year: 2018

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About The Book

When the politico-strategic crisis in the Doklam area of the trijunction between India, China and Bhutan erupted, though unrecorded, in London over cups of coffee, two hearts broke. Zhang looked stressed, irritable for the first time. He was not smiling. And he was not looking at Sneha directly.

'Sneha, this arrogance displayed by India in the Doklam region is highly provocative. It is an issue between China and Bhutan anyway.' 'But Zhang,' responded Sneha, 'wait for some more time. The details and facts on the ground are not clear yet. Do realise that Doklam threatens the entire North East India. It was a grave provocation. Surely it will be resolved in a mature manner'. The argument continued. Sneha felt drained. She excused herself. As she came out of the washroom, she suddenly decided to rush out quickly before Zhang spotted her. Outside, she hailed a taxi. She had to get away fast. She messaged Zhang explaining her reasons for such behaviour. She started crying softly. Then suddenly, and very decisively, she typed another message saying, 'Zhang, we need a break. Can we be on our own for two weeks and reflect? We both need to.'

Heartbreak over Doklam is the story of a globetrotting generation of young people overpowered still by territorial and nationalistic boundaries so much so that a military impasse in a remote Tibetan outpost can shatter love and dreams of a future together.

About the Author

Maj Gen Dipak Mukherjee wrote his first book in 2015—a nonfiction titled Battle For Hearts And Minds From North East To Kashmir And Beyond. Heartbreak over Doklam is a fiction about the present generation of millennials in India for whom he has great admiration. It is his conviction that they will be the moving force to making India a great nation during this century, if given the opportunities and responsibilities. The author served in the Indian Army for forty-six years. He has a Masters degree in Military Science from Madras University, and a Doctorate in Management of National Security at macro and micro levels of governance.

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