Defence ministry unveils a memorial at his burial site
GN Bureau | July 27, 2016
It has been a year without the Missile Man of India, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. The former president passed away on July 27, 2015 after he suffered a massive cardiac attack while delivering a lecture at Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Shillong.
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The demise, of Kalam, popularly known as ‘People’s President’, was mourned across the world. Shocked and heartbroken, thousands of people flocked to pay their last respect to the former president.
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He had earned great admiration and inspired the world to work towards nation building, Science and community.
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Observing his death anniversary, a statue of Dr Kalam was unveiled at his burial site at Peikarumbu, Rameswaram on Wednesday.
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Here’s how Twitterati remember Dr Kalam
Tributes to #APJAbdulKalam!Your inspiring memories will continue to ignite minds of several generations,Sir!A grateful nation remembers you!— Vinay Sahasrabuddhe (@vinay1011) July 27, 2016
Remembering Dr #APJAbdulKalam. A man who touched the hearts of millions & inspired the young to dream big. His light will shine on— Office of RG (@OfficeOfRG) July 27, 2016
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