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Deception A Family That Deceived the Whole Nation

Author Name: R V S Mani | Format: Paperback | Genre : Educational & Professional | Other Details

The previous book by the author was an exposé on how the narrative of falsehood of Hindu terror was conceived and propagated in the country. An attempt has been made in this book -- Deception, to capture the intrinsic working of the Government through the triumphs and tribulations of the central character -- Kalyan. He exposes how critical information which is testified by intelligence agencies is also manipulated by the Government which is in pursuit of larger political conspiracy by blaming one ethnic group to placate the other ethnic group. Such acts, perpetuated only to appease the minorites and make them captive voters of this political formation.

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R V S Mani

Ramaswamy Venkata Subra Mani (R V S Mani) owes his shot to prominence on account of the manoeuvring of facts in the now well known Ishrat Jehan Case. As an officer of the Home Ministry, Government of India, he had taken a stand to put the facts before the Gujarat High Court on receipt of a notice from the court. This did not suit the political dispensation in power in 2009, although the entire Internal Security establishment stood behind him.

He is Law graduate of Delhi University and has done M.Sc (Human Resource Development) from University of Manchester .He also holds post graduate level qualification in Law . He is a Fellow in Arbitration from Singapore Institute of Arbitration.

He was an officer of the Central Secretariat Service.

He is also one of rare Sanskrit speakers as was his father  Late K.R. Ramaswamy who had also retired from the Ministry of Home Affairs. Mr. Mani is  a very versatile individual , is well versed in Vedic texts, Bhagwad Gita, and other ancient texts.