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CEO My FM, Harrish M Bhatia authors book Jiyo Dil Se – Live Your Dream

12-August-2015
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CEO My FM, Harrish M Bhatia authors book Jiyo Dil Se – Live Your Dream

The Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh, Raman Singh, unveiled Jiyo Dil Se – Live Your Dream, a book authored by CEO, My FM, Harrish M Bhatia in Raipur on the August 10. The book is based on 94.3 My FM’s brand philosophy and chronicles the emotions, sentiments and experiences of prominent achievers from all walks of life. Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi, world champion cueist Geet Sethi, Bollywood divas Madhuri Dixit and Sonam Kapoor, Navjot Singh Sidhu and dance maestro Pandit Birju Maharaj are among those featured in the book.

Debutant author Harrish M Bhatia, CEO, My FM said, “All of us deserve our place under the sun and there are enough and more opportunities today to live one’s dream. I have lived my life on certain principles and fortunately for me they manifested in our brand’s character too making it a wonderfully unique platform for me. I felt I owe to the youth of today to reflect on things in a positive, inspiring way for them to go out and live their dreams.”

The book is being made available for sale on various e-commerce sites.

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