Kalam ayya: Thank you very much

kalam2APJ Abdul Kalam made anything possible. His child like attitude and his zeal for life was what described this great man who became the People’s President.

It was the year 2010, at a village in Vadachennimalai in Tamil Nadu one man’s life was about to change forever. We are speaking of V Kathiresean who had to drop out of school to support his family.

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Dr Kalam had wanted Bengaluru traffic de-congested

kalamWhen it came to Bengaluru, former President of India, APJ Abdul Kalam had an instant connect.
Ease the traffic woes of this beautiful city and protect its greenery, the Peoples’ President had said during a talk in 2005.
Dr. Kalam who has an apartment at the Yelahanka New Town was no stranger to Bengaluru. He spent a considerable amount of time here and had worked with the HAL, DRDO, NAL and ISRO.Read more

Gurdaspur attack: Identity of terrorists not relevant, motive is

punjab-terror-attack-panic-grips-gurdaspurThe Gurdaspur terrorist strike throws open a lot of questions. The identity of the terrorists is under question.
Whether it was the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, Jaish-e-Mohammad or some Khalistan group is not important at the moment.
What is pertinent to note is here is that no attack of this nature can be done without the approval of the Pakistan establishment.Read more

Gurdaspur attack was meant to last a day

police_647_072715064244Investigations being conducted into the Gurdaspur attack have been throwing up a lot of revealing details.
The terrorists had carried nothing to eat with them and this clearly shows that they had come down for a one day operation, create a ruckus and possibly leave or die.
This was not an attack that had a major planning that went into it, says an officer part of the probe. The terrorists managed to infiltrate, chose the first target, took shelter and fired indiscriminately.Read more

Divided view saves Yakub Memon

yakub1The final decision on whether Yakub Memon will be hanged or not will be taken by a larger Bench of the Supreme Court of India. The Bench of the Supreme Court which was split in its decision decided to refer the matter for a final decision to a large Bench.

The larger Bench of the Supreme Court will have a host of issues to deal with before it delivers its verdict. The Bench comprising Justices A R Dave and Kurian Joseph were divided in their opinion on whether to entertain the plea or not.

 

Plant the Tri-colour on the moon: Dr Kalam had said

  
Dr Abdul Kalam was a proud man when the Chandrayaan, India’s first moon mission was launched. A patriot to the core, it was Dr Kalam’s idea to plant the tri-colour on the moon. At the launch, Dr Kalam was like a child, clapping his hands and punching his fist. He watched the developments keenly and as he came out to speak to the media, he was simply too overwhelmed and said, ” yes we have done it.” [APJ Abdul Kalam: Profile]

APJ Abdul Kalam passes away: His quotes that inspired all

  
New Delhi, July 27:Former President APJ Abdul Kalam, a popular head of state between 2002 and 2007, passed away today after he collapsed during a lecture at Shillong. Popularly called the “Missile Man” of India, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam rose from humble beginnings and earned the reputation of being the “people’s President” who endeared himself to all all sections, especially the young.
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Know all about India’s best President: APJ Abdul Kalam

  
Dr Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam (APJ Abdul Kalam) is no more. Dr Kalam became the 11th President of India on July 25, 2002. His focus was on transforming India into a developed nation by 2020. His services to the nation will be truly missed.
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“Unfulfilled dream” of becoming a pilot: Dr Kalam wanted to ‘fly’

  I wanted to fly, Dr Abdul Kalam the former President of India had once said. The people’s president had said that It was the year 1941 and he was not n Class V.

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Gurdaspur attack aimed at derailing NSA level talks


Chandigarh, July 27: The Punjab police and the Intelligence Bureau say that the attack at Gurdaspur was aimed at derailing the National Security Advisor level talks to be held between India and Pakistan next month.
The Lashkar-e-Tayiba which is being blamed for the attack had infiltrated into Gurdaspur after first making an entry into Hiranagar in Jammu, sources inform OneIndia.
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