A bruised history

Print edition : June 23, 2017

Masood Azhar, when he visited Islamabad's Melody Market in January 2000 after he was freed as part of a deal that ended the eight-day-long hijack of the Indian Airlines flight IC 814 on December 31, 1999. Photo: REUTERS

Besides being an indictment of Pakistan, the book lays bare the severe setbacks India faced because of the failure of its intelligence agencies.
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