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A thoroughly revised and updated edition of ‘Challenges to Internal Security of India’ aims to provide broad perspectives on the issues and challenges regarding the topic ‘internal security and disaster Management’. It is written in a comprehensive and lucid manner meant for complete coverage of the Third General Studies Paper of the UPSC examination. Each topic under the syllabus has been covered in its twelve chapters to serve as a complete theoretical guide. This new edition comes with three annexures for a thorough understanding of government policies regarding internal security and challenges.
✔Updates on issues regarding recent terrorists attacks.
✔Revised edition with comprehensive details on disaster Management.
✔Detailed Analysis of the Kashmir problem.
✔Completely updated with latest issues and developments faced by Indian security agencies and the armed forces.
✔Detailed Analysis of the rise of the Islamic state.
✔Examines the roles of ‘external state’ And ‘non-state’ Actors in aiding and abetting terrorism.
✔Comprehensive text on the rise and spread of naxalism.
✔Inclusion of more practice questions at the end of each Chapter.
✔Includes flowcharts and maps.
Ashok Kumar did his B.Tech and M. Tech from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi. He joined the Indian Police Service (IPS) in 1989 and has served in various challenging assignments in UP and Uttarakhand. He also served with CRPF and BSF on deputation basis. Presently he is posted as Director General Crime, Law & Order, Uttarakhand. Before this he was chief of Intelligence & Security Uttarakhand. He received the UN Medal for serving in strife-torn Kosovo in 2001. He was awarded the Indian Police Medal for Meritorious Service in 2006 and President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Services in 2013. He has authored a path-breaking book titled ‘Human in Khaki’, which received GB Pant Award from Bureau of Police Research & Development (BPR&D), MHA. Recently, he has authored two more books- ‘Cracking Civil Services— The Open Secret’ and ‘Ethics for Civil Services’. B.Tech. from Malaviya National Institute of Technology (MNIT), Jaipur. He was a student of Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai. He joined DANIPS in 2012. Presently he is posted as Sub Divisional Police officer, Khanvel, Union Territory of Dadra & Nagar Haveli.