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Indians in Pakistan

Indians in Pakistan

by Vivek Pereira (48 reviews, add another)
Type: Print Book
Genre: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
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Description of "Indians in Pakistan"

Based on the confessions of Ajmal Kasab, the surviving terrorist in the Mumbai attacks, and the courageous deeds of Kukka Parrey and the Ikhwan-ul –Muslimeen; Indians in Pakistan, is a fast-paced action-thriller, which explores the existence of cross border terrorism, the failure of the Pakistani state, the emotional bonding between people and the resilience of the human spirit.

This exciting novel will surely entertain and enlighten you, revealing bitter truths, warped perceptions and diabolical designs, which together make the Indian subcontinent one of the most volatile and dangerous regions in the world. (Category: Adult Fiction)

About the author(s)

Vivek Pereira studied at St. Stanislaus High School, Bandra, and later at M.M.K College where a poem appeared in his examination paper much to the chagrin of the Economics professor. He went on to contribute humorous short stories and thought-provoking poetry to online websites like indolink.com and hindustan.net (literaryindia.com). Rose Garden and Minefields, a compilation of some of his finest poems, short stories and essays, was published in 2010.

You can contact the author at keviv50@hotmail.com.

Book Details
ISBN: 
9789351261575
Publisher: 
Vivek Pereira
Number of Pages: 
266
Dimensions: 
5 inch x 8 inch
Interior Pages: Black & White
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)
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Indians in Pakistan - The Book that thrills by Tina Pai
11 April 2015 - 3:53pm

Indians in Pakistan is a lot like those close matches in the IPL or cricket world cup. It thrills the reader as if a batsman has hit a last ball six. there is suspense, action and lots of excitement throughout. A real must read.

Scary Truths by vinay r. pereira
23 January 2015 - 5:07pm

This book reveals scary truths. I recommend it to all. It is definitely not a niche novel as Terrorism affects each one of us in today's world.

Indian Authors are the finest in the world and Vivek Pereira is as good as or even better than Charles Dickens. He weaves a superb story based on the boiling issues of terrorism and communal violence.

Exciting and Informative Work by Rani Quereshi
16 October 2014 - 7:05pm

Indians in Pakistan is for all those who love their world and the people in it. It's an action thriller on terrorism. No regrets after buying it. It provided me with loads of info on history and geography of India, Pakistan and South Asia.

Re: Indians in Pakistan - A bird's eye view of Indian History by vinay pereira
15 October 2014 - 5:41pm

If you're looking out for a rollercoaster ride, then this book provides a big dose of it. Not meant for the faint-hearted, it gives you a good birds eye look at the history of the Indian subcontinent and tackles major issues in the form of a breath-taking novel.

Re: Indians in Pakistan by vinay pereira
15 October 2014 - 5:40pm

If you're looking out for a rollercoaster ride, then this book provides a big dose of it. Not meant for the faint-hearted, it gives you a good birds eye look at the history of the Indian subcontinent and tackles major issues in the form of a breath-taking novel.

Mixed Emotions by Akmal Qasim
16 August 2014 - 11:23pm

I had mixed feelings while reading a copy of your book "Indians in Pakistan," which I purchased from Pothi.com. It was scintillating at some stages but it gets a bit difficult to keep a track of all the characters in the novel. There are just too many characters lying around the place.

Reviews for Indians in Pakistan by Vivek Pereira
16 August 2014 - 12:15pm

I would like to thank Allan and all my other readers for their support and good wishes. A self published writer needs support of his or her fans. Thanks a ton to all of you.

Genuine REviews by Allan Rego
14 August 2014 - 4:12pm

There was a typo in the previous review. Now corrected.- No, Vivek. These Reviews are definitely genuine as we respect your efforts and wonderful writing style. Many of us who knew you before you became a writer, are proud of you and your works. I hope the others don't mind me speaking on behalf of all of them. LOL

Genuine Reviews by Allan Rego
14 August 2014 - 4:11pm

No, Vivek. These Reviews are definitely genuine as we respect your efforts and wonderful writing style. Many of us who knew you before you became a writer, our proud of you and your works. I hope the others don't mind me speaking on behalf of all of them. LOL

praise for Indians in Pakistan by Vivek Pereira
14 August 2014 - 2:30pm

Thanks a lot for the reviews. I hope all my reviewers who have praised this book have been genuine in their praise as I can handle criticism too.

Re: Indians in Pakistan by NeetuSharma
13 August 2014 - 6:19pm

It's an action thriller on terrorism. No regrets after buying it. It provided me with loads of info on history and geography of India, Pakistan and South Asia. It's for all those who love their world and the people in it,

Re: Indians in Pakistan by NeetuSharma
13 August 2014 - 6:19pm

It's an action thriller on terrorism. No regrets after buying it. It provided me with loads of info on history and geography of India, Pakistan and South Asia. It's for all those who love their world and the people in it,

Re: Indians in Pakistan by NeetuSharma
13 August 2014 - 6:18pm

It's an action thriller on terrorism. No regrets after buying it. It provided me with loads of info on history and geography of India, Pakistan and South Asia. It's for all those who love their world and the people in it,

Re: Indians in Pakistan by NeetuSharma
13 August 2014 - 6:18pm

It's an action thriller on terrorism. No regrets after buying it. It provided me with loads of info on history and geography of India, Pakistan and South Asia. It's for all those who love their world and the people in it,

Indians in Pakistan by NeetuSharma
13 August 2014 - 6:18pm

It's an action thriller on terrorism. No regrets after buying it. It provided me with loads of info on history and geography of India, Pakistan and South Asia. It's for all those who love their world and the people in it,

Reaches out to all kinds of readers by Reny Chatterjee
12 August 2014 - 4:16pm

Vivek Pereira's Indians in Pakistan reaches out to readers of all hues - politicians, victorian era fans, current affair afficianados, international bookworms, those interested in the history of the subcontinent and kashmiris even

Best Book Ever: Indians in Pakistan by Reny Chatterjee
12 August 2014 - 4:10pm

If you think of the best Indian writers today such as Bhagat, Tripathi, Sanghi, etc, there's some ingredient that's always missing in their works. Vivek Pereira's Indians in Pakistan does seem to have that special ingredient that makes his work stand out as the best in India & possibly throughout the world - now and, possibly forever!

Indians in Pakistan - The Best Novel by Ram Seth
13 February 2014 - 4:27pm

Yes it is undisputably the Best Indian Novel by the best Indian writer. Everyone should have a copy of this incredible book. It is available on many other sites besides Pothi.com.

Indians in Pakistan - A Wonder Book by Ram Seth
13 February 2014 - 4:25pm

In my view, Indians in Pakistan is a Wonder Book. It covers all kinds of human relationships and addresses every concern in South Asia - well almost every concern.Let's hope it does n t get banned like Wendy Doniger's book.

Indians in Pakistan - A Wonder Book by Ram Seth
13 February 2014 - 4:25pm

In my view, Indians in Pakistan is a Wonder Book. It covers all kinds of human relationships and addresses every concern in South Asia - well almost every concern.Let's hope it does n t get banned like Wendy Doniger's book.

Re: Indians in Pakistan by Allan Rego
13 February 2014 - 2:58pm

I just want to clarify here that this book as per se is not what I object to but the entire category. Why could n t the author have chosen a more run-of-the-mill theme such as college romance or pet adventures, etc. Terrorism should only be discussed in TV studios - outside its 2 dangeorus

Re: Indians in Pakistan by Allan Rego
13 February 2014 - 2:56pm

These kinds of books can well be avoided as they can stir controversies and cause tensions between communities. One saw what happened to the novel "The Hindus - An alternative History

Misleading Title by Priti Varsha
13 February 2014 - 12:27pm

Although I simply love the book, I think the title is quite misleading. I first taught that the book was about cricket players from India playing tests or so in Pakistan. It was only when i began reading it further that it became clear crystal-like that it was about terrorists from India who had sneaked across the border for terror training in Pakistan.

Misleading Title by Priti Varsha
13 February 2014 - 12:27pm

Although I simply love the book, I think the title is quite misleading. I first taught that the book was about cricket players from India playing tests or so in Pakistan. It was only when i began reading it further that it became clear crystal-like that it was about terrorists from India who had sneaked across the border for terror training in Pakistan.

Misleading Title by Priti Varsha
13 February 2014 - 12:27pm

Although I simply love the book, I think the title is quite misleading. I first taught that the book was about cricket players from India playing tests or so in Pakistan. It was only when i began reading it further that it became clear crystal-like that it was about terrorists from India who had sneaked across the border for terror training in Pakistan.

Misleading Title by Priti Varsha
13 February 2014 - 12:27pm

Although I simply love the book, I think the title is quite misleading. I first taught that the book was about cricket players from India playing tests or so in Pakistan. It was only when i began reading it further that it became clear crystal-like that it was about terrorists from India who had sneaked across the border for terror training in Pakistan.

Indians in Pakistan - Nothing better can be expected of a novel by Reny Chatterjee
12 February 2014 - 4:03pm

I know the title of the review says it all. But there's nothing you can add - no more adjective that humanity has used that can describe even in a miniscule way the magnitude of the quality of this exceptional work.

Indians in Pakistan - Nothing better can be expected of a novel by Reny Chatterjee
12 February 2014 - 4:03pm

I know the title of the review says it all. But there's nothing you can add - no more adjective that humanity has used that can describe even in a miniscule way the magnitude of the quality of this exceptional work.

Indians in Pakistan - A Writer at his Best by Reny Chatterjee
12 February 2014 - 4:00pm

If you think of the best Indian writers today Bhagat, Tripathi, Sanghi, etc, there's some ingredient that's always missing in their works. Vivek Pereira's Indians in Pakistan does seem to have that special ingredient that makes his work stand out as the best in India & possibly throughout the world - now and, possibly forever!

A Great Sunday Afternoon Read by Priti Varsha
2 October 2013 - 10:33pm

Sipping a glass of jack daniels on a Sunday afternoon and reading 'Indians in Pakistan' is the closest thing to haven that i know of. And if you asked me to trade my jack daniel for that exciting novel, I would rather sacrifice the alcohol. But please don;t put me in that situation.

A book with a bold perspective by ISIWatch
24 August 2013 - 8:35pm

Indians in Pakistan takes one down memory lane to a time when India had just attained its Independence. I, however, comes back to teh present and explains the evil unleashed by the cruel ISI on hapless Indians citizen. Once again, kudos to the author!

Kudos to the author Vivek Parera for exposing the nefarious designs of the ISI, Pakistani rogue terrorist organisation that poses as an Intelligence agency. The book tackles the jihadi network that composes The ISI, Pakistan Govt, Taliban and other terror groups based in Pakistan.

A Lady's Insight by Reny Chatterjee
21 August 2013 - 8:35pm

Me being a lady and all, I still think that Indians in Pakistan is a mindblowing book - it will definitely blow your mind away. Quiet good.

Violation of Border by Ram Seth
8 August 2013 - 9:45pm

In light of border invasion by Pakistani army stooges, this book maybe considered to reinforce focus on ISI terrorist training. There evil design must be fought tooth & nail. Hope it does 2.

Another 5 Star Rating for Indians in Pakistan by vinay pereira
28 July 2013 - 1:05pm

I have read the entire book - right up to Page 266 - and I like it very much. And guess what? I will be giving yet another 5 star rating for this book. It's that good!

Quite a Thriller by Sanket Chand
19 July 2013 - 11:59pm

Yes, Indians in Pakistan is quite a thriller. The action does not stop as claimed by the author, Vivek Pereira. It's a lot of fun, and there's quite a lot of drama too.

Indians in Pakistan - Jihadi Fiction at its best by jane Lee
14 July 2013 - 4:12pm

Yes, Indians in Pakistan is Jihadi Fiction at its best. This new genre is fast becoming popular with avid readers. As a literary agent, I think it will be one of the most viable ones as terrorism continuously raises its ugly head and spreads mayhem worldwide...and I'm a literary agent worth my salt!

An Altogether Different Book: Indians in Pakistan by Jacques Langer
28 June 2013 - 10:19pm

Jihadi novels are here to stay. I think Mukul Deva and Vivek Pereira are the masters of this genre or sub-genre. Waiting for Lashkar to hit the screen. All the other Indian authors are way too far behind. Kudos to the both of you.

Indians in Pakistan calls a spade a spade by Akmal Qasim
23 June 2013 - 11:42am

From what I have read so far, the novel "Indians in Pakistan" calls a spade a spade! If it's hard-hitting against the ISI, then it also points out the follies and designs of the RSS. And why not? There are people on both sides of the border who are up to no good.

Re: Indians in Pakistan - A Pseudo secularist's outlook by RSS Rocks
23 June 2013 - 11:18am

Thanks for mentioning the RSS in your novel 'Indians in Pakistan.' The preview is good and that's why I am giving it a good rating. But please go in for a new edition removing all references to the RSS. Please treat this as a carrot - the stick may follow suit. ha ha ha.

Re: Indians in Pakistan by John Saigull
19 June 2013 - 10:13pm

There seems to be already a lot of hype and hoopla over this novel. And no wonder why! I read it and-yes, it's controversial, but written really well. Congratulations to the author on writing such a masterpiece. It's quite racy and action-packed as claimed.

5 Star Rating for Indians in Pakistan by Akmal Qasim
11 June 2013 - 8:58pm

It's a typical negative western outlook on the culture of our subcontinent. They will not get us if they continue to look down on us because of their perceived superiority. The previous review by Sir James was atrocious to say the least. It only rambled and beat around the bush. There was no solid criticism of the book - only an airy, racist approach to the review. As a Muslim, I recommend this book to all Muslims, Indians and Pakistanis, Kashmiris and even the racist western literary cowboys.

Indians in Pakistan - A Thumbs Down by Sir James
11 June 2013 - 8:36pm

Here's a thumbs down to this "exciting novel." I am giving it a rating of 3 and it doesn't even deserve that. Not that the writings of any contemporary Indian writers deserve anything above 2. Vikram Seth, Chetan Bhagat, Amish Tripathi, Vivek Pereira...they all suck! Now there are so many interesting novels out there. Just why would anybody want to read a Vivek Pereira or a Chetan Bhagat?

Indians in Pakistan - A Muslim's Perspective by Akmal Qasim
9 June 2013 - 9:57am

I feel that this novel portrays the world of a Muslim very well. More so since the author doesn't have a Muslim sounding name and might not be Muslim. Great effort - He has even explained the early history of Islam and the rise of extremism in the community very well. This book might be controversial to a Western audience but much of it is common knowledge to Arabs, other Muslims and the inhabitants of South Asia.

Re: Indians in Pakistan - An Awesome Title by Sanket Chand
8 June 2013 - 10:46pm

Worked with Vivek in a previous organisation and so this review would obviously be biased in his favour. His dedication to his work and attention to details are legendary. One can only expect the best out of him. Frankly, I'm just started with the book and I'm already lovin' it....

My Review of Indians in Pakistan by vinay r. pereira
7 June 2013 - 6:51am

I have just received the book Indians in Pakistan by post. It looks good so far. I've just flipped through the front pages. It's full of excitement. When I complete the book, I'll put another review. So keep an eye on this site.

Indians in Pakistan - A true classic by sunilpeters
6 June 2013 - 10:39pm

I just finished reading this novel. Found it through a random search on Pothi. It's really cool and it covers every aspect of terrorism. It clearly exposes the role of the ISI in creating trouble in the region and the world at large. Kudos to the author for a job well done!

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