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Freedom Is Not Free

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Paperback, 223 pages
Published 2004 by Macmillan India ltd.
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Kamlesh Joshi
Freedom Is not Free is one of the best written book by Shiv Khera. The concept of his prior thought is depicted in this book clearly, as title says with the freedom from Britishers in 1947 we are yet to receive.

Freedom is Not free is really attractive title with his most inspirational quote that says, "winners don't do different things, they do the things differently." I am strongly agree with each statistical example that has been given by Shiv Khera in this book.
Srinivas kini
Good one. This triggered good thoughts about India and our responsibility to preserve it which most of us have forgotten.
Ramya Gandhi
Thought provoking ....... !
This book is really thought-provoking, I never thought corruption was so ubiquitous in India. I also noticed the parallels between the Indian case and the case in Mauritius (my country)..The really ironic part is that the government here (all politicians here are corrupt; use casteist and racist arguments and; are only officially for meritocracy) has recently invited Shiv Khera to deliver a few motivational speeches.
Senthil Ramesh
Jan 02, 2012 Senthil Ramesh rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: people who are patient to read any book
This book doesn't appeal to me very much as you can win did. I left this book halfway as it was speaking too much of india could have been if and not if something had happened. I preferred to see from the present rather than looking towards the past.
Shaikh Shahezad
this book very nice
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