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|Publisher||NIYOGI BOOKS, NEW DELHI|
|Number of Pages||276 Pages|
|Author||C G Somiahh|
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Apr 21, 2013
A not so comprehensive but somewhat interesting.Author was well placed and few men could match the kind of experience author had while working as civil servent.
Sep 21, 2014
....not about honestyits more of an auto-biography of the author....with first few chapters dedicated to his personal childhood and youth anecdotes. I have lost interest, but I am still waiting some chapter to get started with what it takes to be an honest officer in India!!!
Jun 22, 2014
The honest Always stand alone!Easy reading . Vindicates that integrity and courage of conviction in administrators benefit
Sep 4, 2013
A nice read.....The author has candidly presented a number of details which are an amazing read for someone who has not been close to any civil services. The truth presented in the book at times surprises you and shows how bureaucracy works even at the topmost levels. Its amazing and at times laughable to see how fights between senior officers happen for petty reasons. Lastly it’s sad to see how the impenetrable structure setup by Sardar Patel where a distinguished qualified person (IAS,IPS,IFS) would guide the people elected representative (Minister) to guide India to an amazing future has fallen apart.
Feb 3, 2015
A true person with grit and determination..Nice book to lift yourself up from your comfort zone and lead the world peacefully. His life shows how to be honest with the work and family. People say honesty doesnt work. This man practiced it. A true Man of Principles.
Jun 25, 2014
BEST Autobiography I have ever readThis book is fascinating is all aspects. CG Somiah walks every civil service aspirant/civil servant through all the ups and downs in his life. It takes you behind every closed door conversation that decided the fate of much of the second half of the twentieth century Indian history. The best autobiography book in its genre, "The Honest Always Stand Alone" will satisfy you to the fullest when you are finished reading.