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Go Kiss the World makes wonderful reading… for people of any age group. Nuggets of wisdom and honesty shine through… ” – N.R. Naryana Murthy

Go Kiss the World is a remarkable story of the courage, integrity and enterprise. Subroto Bagchi’s emphasis on building a company with a heart and a soul in an antidote to the hire-and-fire style of management so prevalent today” – Mark Tully

“In his second book Go Kiss the World: Life Lessons for the Young Professional through personal anecdotes, he brings lessons on working and living, energizing ordinary people to lead extraordinary lives. Bagchi urges Indian professionals to recognize and develop their inner strengths, thereby helping them realize their own, unique potential” – Benedict Paramanand, ManagementNext
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Anyone who has made the journey from a lower-division clerk in Bhubaneswar to a leading global IT entrepreneur certainly has a story to tell. More so when that career is embedded in independent India’s hurly-burly economic history — from the stultifying days of the licence raj to the heady opportunities created by liberalisation.  – Kanika Datta, Business Standard
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This is a delightfully written autobiography of a successful executive in the IT sector who rose to the top of the ladder through a combination of early parental grooming to face life equitably, sheer will power and a combination of fortuitous circumstances. Contrary to what one would imagine as the background of such a person to be a brilliant software engineer, he was neither an engineer nor a software developer, but had a political science background. –  M. S. S.Varadan, The Hindu
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It’s true, Great men are not born, but made. By providence, by circumstance, by the power of their own convictions and most of all, by their belief in themselves. This is precisely the message celebrated author Subroto Bagchi likes to convey… – Chethana Dinesh, Deccan Herald

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Promoted by Penguin Publications as being an inspiration to the ‘young India’ and to those who come from ‘small-town’ India, even I who cannot claim stake to either, learnt more than a few home truths. Subroto touches various personal experiences, right from his early childhood days in Orissa; his tenure in various organizations; his special relationship with colleagues and superiors at Wipro where he put in several years of work; co-founding of MindTree and his role today. – Lubna Kably, Bombay Chartered Accountants Society Journal

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