PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE INDIA
|Number of Pages||313 Pages|
When The Accidental Prime Minister was published in 2014, it created a storm and became the publishing sensation of the year. The Prime Ministers Office called the book a work of fiction, the press hailed it as a revelatory account of Prime Minister Manmohan Singhs first term in UPA. Written by Singhs media adviser and trusted aide, the book describes Singhs often troubled relations with his ministers, his cautious equation with Sonia Gandhi and how he handled the big crises from managing the Left to pushing through the nuclear deal. Insightful, acute and packed with political gossip, The Accidental Prime Minister is one of the great insider accounts of Indian political life.