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The end of Kalam era!

This is no rocket science to understand, it is simple.
 One often use this line to say how simple it is do any task and elevating the difficulty in understanding the rocket science. But the author of Wings of Fire did understand them with ease. And cherished in
Missile man of India for his extensive work in Military missile development.
The Tamil born honored with Bharat Ratna - highest civilian award for an Indian. And Padma Bhushan and Padma Vibhushan
Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam.Film on Kalam, I AM KALAM.
First Bachelor to enter into Rashtrapathi bhavan.
I have identified five areas where India has a core competence for integrated action: 
(1) agriculture and food processing; 
(2) education and healthcare; 
(3) information and communication technology; 
(4) infrastructure, reliable and quality electric power, surface transport and infrastructure for all parts of the country; and 
(5) self-reliance in critical technologies. 
These five areas are closely inter-related and if advanced in a coordinated way, will lead to food, economic and national security.



Few facts:
BORN: OCT 15, 1931
DEATH: JULY 27, 2015
He was an Indian Scientist who served as 11th President of India from 2002-2007.
AWARDS:
1997- BHARAT RATNA
1981- PADMA BHUSHAN
1990- PADMA VIBHUSHAN
1997- INDIRA GANDHI AWARDS FOR NATIONAL INTEGRATION
1998- VEER SAVARKAR AWARD
2000- RAMANUJAN AWARD
2007- KING CHARLES II MEDAL
2009- HOOVER MEDAL
2009- INTERNATIONAL VON KARMAN WINGS AWARD
2011- IEEE HONORARY MEMBERSHIP
HATS OFF TO YOUR LOVE AND DEDICATIONS TOWARDS INDIA AND HUMANITY.
THIS IS THE BIGGEST LOSS OF INDIA.
WE MISS YOU ALWAYS SIR..!
YOU ARE ALWAYS IN OUR HEART...!! MAY YOUR SOUL REST IN PEACE..!!


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