In our latest edition of Big Question With Saurabh Shukla, Veteran Journalist and ANI Chairman Prem Prakash shared his experience and gave a glimpse of his latest book ‘Reporting India.’
NewsMobile Editor-in-Chief Saurabh Shukla strongly recommended the book saying, “It chronicles the transformation of journalism in India with some of the biggest incidents that transformed the country.”
Talking about the India-China border clashes of 1967, chronicled in his book, Mr. Prem Prakash said, “The Indian army did not leave any stone unturned. And all along that border gave them a bloody nose. Over 400 of them were killed.”
He added, “China had pulled back by almost 30 kilometres into Tibet, fearing that we might move in. So we gave them a tough bloody nose, just as we were fearing in 1962, they might land in planes, they were fearing we might enter Tibet.”
“Don’t trust China,” was the message Mr Prakash kept laying stress on.
Listen in to this as well as other experiences of Mr Prem Prakash in our latest edition of Big Question With Saurabh Shukla: