Dalit Karorpati

Author: Milind Khandekar
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 9351188280
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Dalit Karorpati from the Author: Milind Khandekar. Dalit Millionaires is a collection of profiles of fifteen Dalit entrepreneurs who have braved both societal and business pressures to carve out highly profitable niches for themselves. The book is a vivid chronicle of how the battle has moved from the village well to the marketplace. There are tales describing how the multimillionaire Ashok Khade, at one time, did not have even four annas to replace the nib of a broken pen, how Kalpana Saroj, a child bride, worked her way to becoming a property magnate, and how Sanjay Kshirsagar moved on from a 120-foot tenement and now seems well on his way to become the emperor of a 500-crorerupee firm. The only common thread through these stories is the spirit that if you can imagine it, you can do it. Note: This book is in the Hindi language and has been made available for the Kindle, Kindle Fire HD, Kindle Paperwhite, iPhone and iPad, and for iOS, Windows Phone and Android devices.

Dalit Crorepati 15 Prernadayak Kahaniyan

Author: Milind Khandekar 
Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan
ISBN: 9350488590
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Dalit Crorepati 15 Prernadayak Kahaniyan from the Author: Milind Khandekar . ये कहानियाँ बताती हैं कि कैसे एक समय टूटी हुई निब बदल पाने में अक्षम अशोक खाड़े की कंपनी दास ऑफशोर आज बॉम्बे हाई में तेल निकालने वाले कुएँ के प्लेटफॉर्म बनाती है। किस तरह कल्पना सरोज ने बंद पड़ी मुंबई की कमानी ट्यूब्स को मुनाफे में ला दिया। कभी मजदूरी करने वाले आगरा के हरी किशन पिप्पल अस्पताल चलाते हैं, और अहमदाबाद की सविताबेन कोलसावाला टाइल्स बनाती हैं, जबकि भावनगर के देवजीभाई मकवाना फिलामेंट यार्न। दलित करोड़पति में ऐसे 15 लोगों की कहानियाँ हैं, जिन्होंने पिछले कुछ सालों में करोड़ों का कारोबार खड़ा कर लिया है। उनकी कहानियाँ यह दिखाती हैं कि उन्होंने कैसे रोड से करोड़ों तक का सफर तय किया। ये कहानियाँ हैं—संघर्ष और सफलता की, सीमाओं के बंधन और उनके टूटने की, जाति और पूँजीवाद की। ये हमें उस जातीय भेदभाव के बारे में भी बताती हैं, जो रोजमर्रा के शहरी जीवन में समाज के सबसे निचले पायदान पर खड़े लोगों को झेलना पड़ता है। ये उनकी ताकत, साहस और लगन के बारे में बताती हैं, जो सारी रुकावटों के बावजूद ऊपर उठ सके और उन लोगों के लिए एक मिसाल बन गए, जिनमें आगे बढ़ने और सपने देखने का साहस है। —सुरिंदर जोधका समाजशास्त्री, जेएनयू

Dalit Millionaires

Author: Milind Khandekar
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 9351185834
Size: 58.49 MB
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Dalit Millionaires from the Author: Milind Khandekar. Dalit Millionaires is a collection of profiles of fifteen Dalit entrepreneurs who have braved both societal and business pressures to carve out highly profitable niches for themselves. The book is a vivid chronicle of how the battle has moved from the village well to the marketplace. There are tales describing how the multimillionaire Ashok Khade, at one time, did not have even four annas to replace the nib of a broken pen, how Kalpana Saroj, a child bride, worked her way to becoming a property magnate, and how Sanjay Kshirsagar moved on from a 120-foot tenement and now seems well on his way to become the emperor of a 500-crorerupee firm. The only common thread through these stories is the spirit that if you can imagine it, you can do it.

Defying The Odds

Author: Devesh Kapur
Publisher: Random House India
ISBN: 818400639X
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Defying The Odds from the Author: Devesh Kapur. Defying the Odds is about the new Dalit identity. It profiles the phenomenal rise of twenty Dalit entrepreneurs, the few who through a combination of grit, ambition, drive and hustle—and some luck—have managed to break through social, economic and practical barriers. It illustrates instances where adversity compensated for disadvantage, where working their way up from the bottom instilled in Dalit entrepreneurs a much greater resilience as well as a willingness to seize opportunities in sectors and locations eschewed by more privileged business groups. Traditional Dalit narratives are marked by struggle for identity, rights, equality and for inclusion. These inspiring stories capture both the difficulty of their circumstances as well as their extraordinary steadfastness, while bringing light to the possibilities of entrepreneurship as a tool of social empowerment.

Ruled Or Misruled

Author: Santosh Singh
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 9385436422
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Ruled Or Misruled from the Author: Santosh Singh. "I have become a fan of this man. One should just meet him to know...†? This is what Nitish Kumar had sai about his now bitter foe Narendra Modi after NDA's 2004 defeat. "I feel like tying my PWD minister on an empty tractor trolley and run the vehicle at a speed of 60km per hourto make him realise how people suffer when they travel on these roads†?, says Lalu, conceding the terrible conditionof Bihar roads. Ruled or Misruled, Story and Destiny of Bihar by The Indian Express' Assistant Editor SANTOSH SINGH offers a 360 degree journey of Bihar politics since Independence, especially since the Congress' downfall in 1990. An out and out reporter's book, it tells an interesting and tumultuous journey of the post-1990 legends of Bihar politics - Nitish Kumar, Lalu Prasad, Ram Vilas Paswan and Jitan Ram Manjhi with the legendary clash between Nitish Kumar and Narendra Modi - with the untold version on the 2010 dinner cancellation and Nitish's ambition, providing the third angle. Right from revealing JP's dilemma between Lalu and Nitish to socialist leader Karpoori Thakur out-thinking the Congress with his simplicity. From Jagannath Mishra making a confession on his controversial 1982 Anti-Press Bill to the numerous tales of vernaculariszation of politics and giving a voice to the poor by Lalu, the writer also traces the story of the making of the Ranbir Sena at the height of caste wars. The stories of repair, hope and construction under Nitish Kumar, disillusionment and new political realignment after the 2013 NDA split, Nitish and Lalu coming together again after two decades and Nitish almost walking out of the Lalu alliance again are just as captivating. Jitan Ram Manjhi, who makes startling revelations on how he played a dummy for Nitish and Ram Vilas Paswan, also concedes the real truth of his Godhra stand.

Beyond 2020

Author: A P J Abdul Kalam
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 9351188531
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Beyond 2020 from the Author: A P J Abdul Kalam. India 2020 is about to become a reality. Are we ready? As Dr Kalam and Y.S. Rajan had contended in their landmark vision document, India 2020, India has steadily moved towards becoming one of the top five economic powers in the twenty-first century. India’s growth story has seen new opportunities and emerging technologies that make faster and more inclusive growth viable. In Beyond 2020, Kalam and Rajan argue that a renewed policy focus is now needed for agriculture, manufacturing, mining, the chemicals industry, healthcare and infrastructure to invigorate these sectors and boost economic growth. India can still make it to the list of developed nations in a decade. This timely book provides an action plan for that transformation.

A Brief History Of India

Author: Judith E. Walsh
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 1438108257
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A Brief History Of India from the Author: Judith E. Walsh.

Empire Of Knowledge

Author: Vinay Lal
Publisher: Pluto Pr
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Empire Of Knowledge from the Author: Vinay Lal. A radical critique of the ideology behind globalisation .'Vinay Lal is a new and important presence in the world of scholars who question the intellectual and cultural assumptions that accompany the processes of modernisation, development and globalisati