Bharat Ratna Atal Bihari Vajpayee's magnetic speech

Politics, former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee of the corridor and serious writing his energetic speechAtal Bihari Vajpayee Quotes Speech in HindiShree Atal Bihari VajpayeeHolds a special place. His is a voice for all workers to work together for national interest and lived Tdpr. His speech is like a magnet, which people flocked to hear the refugees had drawn his side. Gee also adamant opposition of the flow and the fiery speech is convincing. Vajpayee's speech, decency and dignity of the .Continue reading

Good Day

On December 25, 2014 the Government of India Atal Bihari Vajpayee's 90th birthday was celebrated as a day of good governance and officially celebrate every year on this day as the day it was announced Sushasn. On this occasion, several schemes were launched for the benefit of the public. At the same time all radio and TV Canlo discuss the subject of governance and good governance dominated a household word masses.   Hindi Essay on Good Governance actually developed the concept of good gov.Continue reading

Satyajit Ray Bioography

Satyajit ray was a filamker of bollywood industry.He was born in bengal.he started carrer as a  junior visualiser.He was maried with Bijoya Ray.He was one son name of   Sandip Ray. Satyajit ray was mother toungue bengali.He was done most  of work like produer,Writer,Illustrator,Calligrapher and Music Composer.he was making a lot of movie in begali languages  Aparajito Parash Pathar Pather Panchali He was always got lots apreciation his film Pather Panchali.Satyajit.Continue reading

Deep Focus : Reflections on Cinema (English)

Satyajit Ray has not only made his very visible mark in the field of cinema, but has touched the life of many with the deep concepts of human life in his movies. This book is a chance for you to learn more about the great film maker, and his take and experience of film. Summary of the Book Satyajit Ray, the man behind the famous films Pather Panchali in the mid-1950s and Agantuk in the 1990s, has played an extremely important role in how the world has looked at Indian cinema. Apart from .Continue reading

Directors' Diaries: The Road to Their First Film : The Road to Their First Film (English) (Paperback)

Director - The invisible, omnipotent presence in cinema, a word that holds spaces inaccessible to most people. In Directors Diaries, Rakesh Bakshi demystifies that figure through the voices of twelve of the most iconic film-makers of our time. In doing so, he happens upon the greater questions of destiny and chance and how sometimes random encounters end up determining the course of a persons life. Bakshis interviews turn into deep and intimate conversations - Imtiaz Alis trans formative.Continue reading

Modi's World: Expanding India's Sphere of Influence : Extending the Circle of Influence (English) (Hardcover)

Modi's World tells the story of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vigorous diplomacy and his aspiration to elevate India's place in the world. It offers insights into Modi's foreign policy inheritance, his efforts to build on the foundations laid by his recent predecessors, Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Manmohan Singh, and set more ambitious international goals of his own for India. The book, based on Raja Mohan's columns for the Express, examines the new opportunities that Modi's energy and int.Continue reading

Nehru : A Troubled Legacy (English) (Hardcover)

Nehru - A Troubled Legacy raises a fundamental question. Have we yet made an honest assessment of Nehru and in effect, an honest assessment of Indias contemporary history?To investigate this significant gap, the author digs deep into historical records and in turn, raises several pertinent questions. Was Nehru truly a 'great democrat' as many of his acolytes suggest or was he just cleverly grooming his daughter for the top job and dislodging her potential challengers from key positions in .Continue reading

Kashmir The Vajpayee Years (English) (Hardcover)

  About the Author AMARJIT SINGH DULAT served as the head of the Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW), India's spy agency, under Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. He later joined Vajpayee's Prime Minister's Office (PMO), where his job was to 'monitor, manage and direct' the government of India's peace initiative in Kashmir. Dulat was born in Sialkot, Punjab, in December 1940. With India's Partition, his father, Justice Shamsher Singh Dulat, ICS, was set to Delhi. Dula.Continue reading