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A Most Wanted Man
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Ignited Minds: Unleashing The Power Within India
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Ignited Minds: Unleashing The Power Within India
by APJ Abdul Kalam
Ignited Minds: Unleashing the Power within India examines why, given all our skills, resources and talents, we, so obviously capable of being the best, settle so often for the worst. What is it that we as a nation are missing. At the heart of Ignited Minds is the belief that the people of a nation have the power, by dint of hard work, to realize their dream of a truly good life.

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