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It's APJ Abdul Kalam's death, not the death of his dreams: RIP, the missile man
A sudden demise of the former president and Bharat Ratna APJ Abdul Kalam has created an environment of sadness in the country. The death of the great scientist has made the people evidently poignant of not having such a legend anymore. Kalam had been an unstinting mentor for decades and also a recipient of numerous accolades.

As he said, "Dream is not what you see in sleep, it is the thing that doesn't let you sleep". Certainly he dreamt to live in a developed India. His vision for India's development was ignited by a 10 year old girl, who actually expressed her dream to live in a developed India.

He had been a heroic figure among students who constantly kindled their minds towards knowledge. The movie "I AM KALAM" was an absolute epitome to showcase the fondness of students towards him.

India vision 2020 was a plan proposed by the former president APJ Abdul Kalam to make India a developed country by the year 2020. His vision of development majorly focused on five sectors to transform India from a developing nation to a developed nation.

The man who engraved a path of hope, a crave for evolution is no more but his thoughts, ideas and plans for India to be called a developed nation would keep him alive in everybody's hearts. Kalam till his last breath kept mentoring students towards their endeavours.

Throughout his life the former president kept working for his country and its development. RIP, the missile man.

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