I DARE KIRAN BEDI EBOOK

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Read "I Dare" by Kiran Bedi available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. The saga of Indias first and the highest ranked. download I Dare: Read 2 Kindle Store Reviews - computerescue.info Get this from a library! I dare!: Kiran Bedi: a biography. [Parmesh Dangwal] -- Biography of Kiran Bedi, first woman Indian Police Officer.


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This Book Was First Published In , Has Been Translated Into Six Languages And Was Voted As The 'Biography Of The Decade' By India Today. Since The. Biography of Kiran Bedi, first woman Indian Police Officer. Biography of Kiran Bedi, born , first woman Indian police officer.

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Aguilar Lazarte. Saputra Yadnya. Great book. Good for people who want to achieve great things.

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Mar 20, Yogesh Jangra rated it really liked it. She dares to achieve what she wants. Jai hind. Dec 09, Mallika Kasoju rated it it was amazing. Nice book it is inspirational and motivational to all reader.

It is also daring in that it challenges our own existence on the planet Earth. Kiran Bedi gives us a handful of her own experiences that she had had while dealing with administrative and professional challenges throughout her stint as an IPS Officer. A strong character that she is, 'I Dare' lays emphasis on her professional journey and the consequences of it on her perso 'I Dare' is quite daring while imbibing in our minds a plethora of daring thoughts to dare our own beliefs and principles.

A strong character that she is, 'I Dare' lays emphasis on her professional journey and the consequences of it on her personal life especially on the academics and life of her daughter.

The manuscript gives deep insight on the various reformative measures undertaken during her tenures at Tihar Jail and many other places of her service.

She has in a clear cut manner expressed the adversities that women in the administrative and police services during her times and even now may encounter.

Adversaries happen every now and then in these professions. Kiran Bedi warns us Indians against the social problems and the adverse effects that it could have on the lives of the poor sections in our society. This hardcore hardcover depicts certain harsh realities of the Indian society in a very nonchalant manner. The hidden aspect in her elite career as IPS Officer is the fact that she was a very good player of Tennis.

Tennis matches grabbed her attention very early during her growing years. And, this factor explains the very evident sportive behavior she has possessed or acquired during her tenure. For, sportsmanship is what inculcates in us a sense of belonging towards our country or our origin. The potential is discovered by determining the manner in which we deal with sporting intimidation and aggression.

Kiran Bedi was fortunate in this aspect as her parents were supportive of her ventures and endeavors. A fiver for this well compiled book on Dr. Kiran Bedi's life. Jun 02, Smriti Agarwal rated it really liked it. This book proves that what we need today is leaders and not managers.. A single leader with conviction, and strength to carry out the 'right' decisions, can touch and influence thousands of people And if you know how to stand for whats right, people will follow you, no matter what your title or post it.

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Though I think that book could have been structured better, but I liked it for many stories that have been shar The book I wanted to read since the time I heard Kiran bedi speak RBS office Though I think that book could have been structured better, but I liked it for many stories that have been shared, that prove that life is worthwhile when you 'go out', reach out to people and touch lives in the way you want to Totally inspiring and heart warming Totally inspiring and heart warming Story of India's first women IPS officer is truly an inspiration to the millions of woman who think themselves to be weak and dependent.

She not only speaks but acts straight from her heart. I wish if this Bold,daring and fearless cop would have been given control of Delhi, the story would have been very positive at the present. Salute to her and her fearless attitude towards LIFE!! Feb 05, Deepanshi rated it really liked it. The amount of hardships she has went through during her tenure, she could have quit her job just a few days after joining it.

I would , if i was in her place. But she would not have been India's first lady IPS officer, if she quit her job that easily. Her work has been exemplary in every way possible. A must read for any Civil Service aspirant, to know what it truly takes to serve your country. I salute you and your spirit Ms 'Crane' Bedi! May 02, Anushuka Rathour rated it it was amazing.

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This is one book I like to go back to every now and then. Not just because it a good biography of sorts, but also because how it never fails to remind me that Nothing is really impossible, even in the face of adversity, hardship, and failure.

As long as you have the spirit and the vision to make it happen, you do! Sep 25, Twinkle Sibomana rated it it was amazing. So inspirational Hats off to Kiran Bedi's boldness, truly a women of substance. Book is all about story of India's first women IPS officer and amount of hardship she has went through during her tenure.

Her work has been exemplary in every possible way a must read for all who think themselves to be week and dependent. Sep 22, Charan rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: New approach to tackle crimes , could only succeed because she had that touch of humanity in all that she did.

Love for Duty is all she taught me, encompassing the superior qualities to be equipped before getting into the services. The qualities she showcased were absolutely stunning and challenges she faced were at peaks by the first Indian women IPS officer. May 16, Pankaj rated it it was amazing. I wanted to read this book for so long, and finally i got my hands on a copy. The Author is such an inspiration.

I am short of words of describing the good work that she has done in the Police Service and currently doing with her NGOs. I think this Autobiography is a must read for people who care for change and want to know what it takes to change the system.

May 20, Puja rated it it was amazing. Kiran Bedi is an inspiration to one and all. A book you must have in your bookcase. It's all the more special to me because I'd received it as a prize for The Outstanding Student of the Year, back in school.

Feb 19, Aditya rated it really liked it. The book explains the experiences of Ms. Bedi while working in civil services. The problems she faced and how she tried to solve those problems and all. Basically it fully accomplished my purpose of reading this book.

Apr 06, Ashish rated it it was amazing.

Read it for: An inspiring story 2. Insight in Indian Bureaucracy 3.

Perseverance story 4. World class management lessons. No other book will give you that. Feb 09, Sruthy K S rated it really liked it. Hats off to Kiran Bedi's boldnessMike Rana. Remove FREE. See if you have enough points for this item. Biography, Document, Internet resource Document Type: This hardcore hardcover depicts certain harsh realities of the Indian society in a very nonchalant manner.

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