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9788172239305 60b9fdd175890b41add51946 The Kalam Effect : My Years With The President https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ba4a6b4c21c54f02c4b692/9788172239305.jpg A.P.J. Abdul Kalam became President of India in July 2002. He was a surprise choice. A scientist and not a politician with an unusual hairstyle and an unassuming way of doing things and no other agenda except that of seeing India become a developed and strong nation. How would such a man fit into the regal splendour of Rashtrapati Bhavan and all the pomp and ceremony of a head of state? What followed however as P.M. Nair shows in The Kalam Eff ect was a remarkable presidency that in the next five years transformed the way people looked at this office and made Kalam popular in a way few politicians have been. Rashtrapati Bhavan became a much more accessible place and his 'at homes' drew guests in the thousands. Not only that the website he set up became a huge draw and people wrote to him on e-mail or otherwise from across the country. His positive attitude infected all those who came in touch with him. While the reasons for his popularity will be analysed for a long time Nair who was his Secretary suggests in this affectionate yet factual account some of the probable causes. One of these being that Kalam is just a very special human being. 9788172239305
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  • ISBN: 9788172239305
  • Author: Nair P M
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 168
  • Format: Paperback
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A.P.J. Abdul Kalam became President of India in July 2002. He was a surprise choice. A scientist and not a politician with an unusual hairstyle and an unassuming way of doing things and no other agenda except that of seeing India become a developed and strong nation. How would such a man fit into the regal splendour of Rashtrapati Bhavan and all the pomp and ceremony of a head of state? What followed however as P.M. Nair shows in The Kalam Eff ect was a remarkable presidency that in the next five years transformed the way people looked at this office and made Kalam popular in a way few politicians have been. Rashtrapati Bhavan became a much more accessible place and his 'at homes' drew guests in the thousands. Not only that the website he set up became a huge draw and people wrote to him on e-mail or otherwise from across the country. His positive attitude infected all those who came in touch with him. While the reasons for his popularity will be analysed for a long time Nair who was his Secretary suggests in this affectionate yet factual account some of the probable causes. One of these being that Kalam is just a very special human being.

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