I Dare!: Kiran Bedi : a Biography

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UBS Publishers' Distributors, 2004 - Police - 370 pages
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This Book Was First Published In 1995, Has Been Translated Into Six Languages And Was Voted As The 'Biography Of The Decade' By India Today. Since The Last Publication, Kiran'S Career Has Continued To Rise. She Is At Present On A Deputation With The United Nations As A Civilian Police Adviser. The Book Needed To Incorporate The Growth - Most Of All Her 'Personal And Spiritual Journey' On Which She Embarked, Not Only For The Prisoners, Or The Trainees In The Delhi Police But Also For Herself Now. The Book Is An Insight Of Who Kiran Is And What Is It That Makes Her What She Is.

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I read this book several years ago and it has had an impact on me : a strong woman who committed herself to right the wrongs in people; she reached the hearts of hard-core criminals and brought them out of the hell they were in. Bedi made a revolution in the Indian Prison using meditation which softened those hardened hearts. She is an inspiration to all women in the world. She proved the saying that "bad people are bad because the good people do nothing about it" and she 'dared to do' that something that had to be done.  

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