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 <title id='title'>Dr.APJ ABDUL KALAM</title>
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     <h1>Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam<H1>
       <h4>The missile man of India</h4>
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  <figcaption id="img-caption">Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam made india self dependent in missile
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      <div id='tribute-info'> <h3>Journey Of DR.APJ ABDUL KALAM </H3>
        <li>Born on 15 october 1931 in Rameshwaram,Tamil nadu</li>
        <li>Completed higher education in Schwartz Higher Secondary School, Ramanathapuram</li>
        <li>Attended the college Saint Joseph's College, Tiruchirappalli</li>
        <li>Completed graduation in physics with the University of Madras</li>
        <li> In 1955 he studied aerospace engineering in Madras Institute of Technology</li>
        <li>Kalam served as the 11th president of India, succeeding K. R. Narayanan</li>
        <li>His term lasted from 25 July 2002, to 25 July 2007</li>
        <li>Signing the Office of Profit Bill was the toughest decision he had taken during his tenure</li>
        <li>Kalam supported the need of Uniform Civil Code in India</li>
        <li>After leaving office, Kalam became a visiting professor at the Indian Institute of Management Shillong</li>
        <li>In 2011, Kalam was criticised by civil groups over his stand on the Koodankulam Nuclear Power Plant</li>
        <li>In May 2012, Kalam launched a programme for the youth of India called the What Can I Give Movement, with a central theme of defeating corruption</li>
        <li>Kalam received 7 honorary doctorates from 40 universities</li>
        <li>The Government of India honoured him with the Padma Bhushan in 1981 </li>
        <li>The Padma Vibhushan in 1990 for his work with ISRO and DRDO and his role as a scientific advisor to the Government</li>
        <li>Kalam received India's highest civilian honour, the Bharat Ratna, for his contribution to the scientific research and modernisation of defence technology in India</li>
        <li>On 27 July 2015 He died while attending a session in shilong</li>
        <li>But he still lives in the heart of every Indian</li>
     <p>" India can never forget his indelible contribution towards national development, be it as a scientist and as the President of India. His life journey gives strength to millions".</p>
    <section id='wikientry'> <H4>If you have time, you should read more about this incredible human being on his<a id='tribute-link' href='' target='_blank'> Wiki entry<a> </section>
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No, it’s not an issue of the figcaption if you are not passing the tests, but with your css.

Failed:Your img element should have a display of block.

If you have two display properties, only the bottom one will be applied.
Also, display: flex is reserved to containers, it doesn’t really make sense to have it on an img element.

For the other failed test

Your #image should be centered within its parent.

If you have display: flex, the image can’t be centered.