A Life of Our Times
This book deals with the author s work in the administrative services, under the British and in the Indian administrative services. After Independence, the author, an ICS officer, continued to work in the Indian administration and was often deputed to foreign missions. His memoirs give us an insight about several critical moments in Indian and world history.
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Going Through the Paces
Changing of the Guard
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