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Defence Minister, HRD Minister releases 3 books on Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam

Defence Minister, HRD Minister releases 3 books on Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam

INDIA BLOOMS NEWS SERVICE | | 29 Jul 2016, 08:04 pm
New Delhi, July 29 (IBNS) Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar and Union Minister of Human Resource Development Prakash Javadekar released three books on the life of former President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam on July 27.
The books entitled “Dr Kalam, Prerna ki Udaan” in Hindi, “Do You Know Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam” in English and “Prerna Nu Zarnu : Dr Abdul Kalam” in Gujarati language have been written by Dr. Unnat Pandit to pay tribute to Dr. Kalam on his first death anniversary.

Speaking on the occasion,  Parrikar said, “Dr. Kalam was known for his simplicity, thinking big to dream and putting energy to achieve that dream”.

He said, Dr. Kalam’s scientific and nationalistic thought and his views on spirituality will always give motivation to students and youth of India.

The author,  Unnat Pandit, spoke about the contents of the book and the inputs that inspired him to chronicle the life of Dr. Kalam.


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