ISBN 9788190435024,Prime Minister of india

Prime Minister of india



Sahara India Parivar

Publication Year 2010

ISBN 9788190435024

ISBN-10 8190435027


Number of Pages 444 Pages
Language (English)

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PRIME MINISTERS OF INDIA:Bharat Bhagya Vidhata", is a 534-page pictorial coffee-table book on all the 14 Prime Ministers of the country. It peeps into the performance and achievements of all the 14 Prime Ministers from Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru to Dr. Manmohan Singh. It also talks of the problems faced by these prime ministers during their tenures, controversial decisions taken by them and how they survived and saved the government for the benefit of the stable governance. Shivnath Jha and his Neena Jha have compiled and edited this first-ever pictorial coffee-table book as a part of their ongoing movement "Andolan Ek Pustak Se" under the aegis of Bismillah. The Beginning Foundation to rehabilitate Sultana Begum, the great grand daughter-in-law of India's last Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar who is living in anonymity in a slum in Howrah (West Bengal). It is the forth book of the Foundation which hit the national and international markets for a noble cause. Earlier, they have published "Monograph on Ustrad Bismillah Khan" followed by "India Calling to commemorate India entering 60th year of Independence" and "Lalu Prasad:India's Miracle. About the Author Seldom before has any newspaper vendor got the privilege of working and writing for mainstream national dailies until Shivnath Jha surprised everybody and his stories were front-paged by national dailies.A spirited drive and unwavering determination saw him through this unbelievable course. To most others it may look like a scratch-to-sky scrapper story. Yet he himself prefers to confine himself to work at hand, leaving the rest to God and destiny. As a post-graduate of the famed Patna University in Bihar, he paddled through Patna's streets for over seven years, beginning 1968, to deliver newspapers from house to house right from the daybreak before he joined as copy-holder at a Patna-based newspaper The Indian Nation in 1975 just after the emergency era.Born in a Maithil Brahmin family in Darbhanga district of Bihar, he shed all pretensions and set out on to the path of knowledge and modern learning. Once he tasted journalism in Bihar, it did not take long to turn out to be an addiction.Shivnath learnt the basic of his life as a newspaper hawker. At eight, life seemed a task in itself.