The library will remain closed on December 18, 2016 due to Municipal Election in chandigarh.
Sunday, 11 December 2016
Library added three hundred new titles into its collection during the last fortnight. Important titles among them are Diplomacy : at the cutting edge/ Rana, Kishan S.; Yogic pranayama : breathing for long life and good health/ Joshi, K.S.; SRK and global bollywood/ Dudrah, Rajinder, ed.; Interest rates in India : towards harmony/ Prabhu, G. Giridhar; History of political thought : from antiquity to the present/ Haddock, Bruce; Poetry for life : shayaree-e-zindagee/ Mishra, J.S.; Corruption in India : causes, effects and reforms/ Lele, Chitra G.; An introduction to Hindustani Classical music : a guidebook for begineers/ Singha, Vijay Prakash; Bogle on mutual funds : new perspectives for the intelligent investor/ Bogle, John C.; India migration report 2015 : gender and migration/ Rajan, S. Irudaya, ed.; Pradhan mantri to pradhan sewak : Modi`s quest for a vibrant India/ Garg, Amit, ed.; Non-congress politics in Punjab (1947-2012)/ Gill, Amanpreet Singh; Super economies : America, India, China & the future of the world/ Bahl, Raghav; Effective people/ Rao, T.V.; Hawk hunters/ Pushpendra Singh; Dark things/ Venkatraghavan, Sukanya; Framed as a terrorist : my 14-year struggle to prove my innocence/ Khan, Mohammad Aamir; Carnal innocence/ Roberts, Nora; Asoka the great/ Ahir, D.C.; Power of forgiveness : forgiving as a path to freedom/ Gattuso, Joan
Friday, 18 November 2016
The library added 250 books during the last fortnight to its collection. prominent title among them are Non-traditional security challenges in Asia : approaches and responses/ Dadwal, Shebonti Ray, ed.; India migration report 2015 : gender and migration/ Rajan, S. Irudaya, ed.; Crime & corruption : from satan to saint/ Thakur, Shailendra Nath; A strangeness in my mind/ Pamuk, Orhan; Painting symphony : exotic fiction in verses/ Shashidharan, K.P.;Sweet caress : many lives of Amory Clay/ Boyd, William; The picture of Dorian Gray/ Wilde, Oscar; Strange case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde/ Stevenson, Robert Louis; Upright thinkers : human journey from living in trees to understanding the cosmos/ Mlodinow, Leonard; Sachin Tendulkar : my autobiography/ Tendulkar, Sachin; Rural livelihoods in India : issues, measurement and policies/ Chatterjee, Biswajit, ed.; Bose brothers and Indian independence : an insider’s account/ Bose, Madhuri; After the bomb : reflections on India’s nuclear journey/ Vanaik, Achin; Visually impaired children : behavior and epidemiological factors/ Ratnakar, G. Paul; Manu-smriti : a critical study and its relevance in the modern times/ Tripathi, Asha Rani; Dynasty : rise and fall of the house of Caesar/ Holland, Tom; Deprived adivasis of India/ Singh, Philemcha Okello; Riddles of nature/ Gulati, Mahinder N.; Chemistry of polymers/ Kumar, Anil; Exploring digital communication : language in action/ Tagg, Caroline; Lotus wine : critical responses to Indian literature in English/ Mishra, Binod, ed.;
Monday, 5 September 2016
The Library added five hundred titles to its collection during the last month. Prominent titles among them are Hot belly diet : a 30-day Ayurvedic plan to reset your metabolism, lose weight, and restore your body’s natural balance to heal itself/ Kshirsagar, Suhas, G.; From fishing Hamlet to red planet : India’s space journey/ Rao, P.V. Manoranjan, ed.; 21st century in India and unaccountable problems/ Manjuri, Nutan; Rural economy, climate change and agriculture/ Athokpam, Dorendro; Peshwa : the lion and the Stallion/ Sivasankaran, Ram; Management by motivation/ D’Cottage; Women, society and mental health : narratives of solitude/ Mahanta, Mousumi; Empire of cotton : a new history of global capitalism/ Beckert, Sven; Memories/ Leav, Lang; Soup bible/ Mayhew, Debra, ed.; Vegetable bible : practical cook’s encyclopedia/ Ingram, Christine; Number 11 : or tales that witness madness/ Coe, Jonathan; Frankenstein/ Shelley, Mary; I love me : science of self-love/ Hamilton, David R.; Maths sutra : the art of vedic speed calculation/ Tekriwal, Gaurav; Agility shift : creating agile and effective leaders, teams, and organizations/ Meyer, Pamela; Traffic & highway engineering/ Garber, Nicholas J.; Cavendon women/ Bradford, Barbara Taylor; Christiano Ronaldo : the biography/ Balague, Guillem; Flicker men/ Kosmatka, Ted
Monday, 1 August 2016
The library added three hundred books to its collection during the last fortnight. Prominent titles among them are Being Salman/ Khan, Jasim; Right to information/ Walia, Paramjitkaur J.; Domestic violence and women rights/ Sarkar, Sukanta, ed.; A handbook for my lover/ D’Mello, Rosalyn; Super genes : unlock the astonishing power of your DNA for optimum health and well-being/ Chopra, Deepak; Mantra tantra yantra/ Prosoon, Shrikant; Don’t hold the chain/ Bedi, Kuldeep Singh; Leaf from military life/ Vig, Purshotam; Mind over matter/ Roberts, Nora; Making of Babaji inc./ Bhinder, Shravya; Being Hindu : old faith, new world and you/ Sengupta, Hindol; Life on the edge : coming of age of quantum biology/ Al-Khalili, Jim; Alfred Kropp : the thirteenth skull/ Yancey, Rick; 1916 : a global history/ Jeffery, Keith; Super kids/ Agarwal, Suman; Human geography/ Sharma, Sandeep; Long dream of home : persecution, exodus and exile of Kashmiri Pandits/ Gigoo, Siddhartha, ed.; Darkness and the thunder : 1915 : the great war series/ Binns, Stewart; Rose society/ Lu, Marie; Strangers to ourselves/ Deshpande, Shashi
Saturday, 9 July 2016
The library added 300 books during the last fortnight. Prominent title among them are The US special forces : what everyone needs to know/ Prados, John; Indian kitchen : secrets of Indian home cooking/ Gowardhan, Monika; Bill O’Reilly’s legends & lies : the real west/ Fisher, David; The art of Indian cuisine/ Mohan, Ricky; The learning landscape : perspectives of school principals on education/ Wattal, Ameeta Mulla, ed.; Brilliant manoeuvres : how to use military wisdom to win business battles/ Martin, Richard; The drowning ground/ Marrison, James; The last temptation of Christ/ Kazantzakis, Nikos; Story of psychology/ Rooney, Anne; Empire of the Moghul : traitors in the shadows/ Rutherford, Alex; Liar/ Roberts, Nora; Pakistan paradox : instability and resilience/ Jaffrelot, Christophe; Girl in the spider’s web/ Lagercrantz, David; Night watch/ Modiano, Patrick; God help the child/ Morrison, Toni; Day to kill/ Coes, Ben; Santangelos/ Collins, Jackie; Girl in the red coat/ Hamer, Kate; Trigger mortis : a James Bond novel/ Horowitz, Anthony; Fugitive/ Grisham John;
Sunday, 5 June 2016
The library added two hundred and fifty books to it collection. Prominent titles among them are It’s all in your head: True stories of imaginary illness/ by Sullivan, Suzanne O.; A is for arsenic : Poisons of Agatha Christie/ by Harkup, Kathryn; Team genius : New science of high performing organizations/ by Karlgaard, Rich; Urs Widmer/ by Adamson; Farm machinery/ by Culpin, Claude; Art of shopping : How we shop and why we buy/ by Scamell-Katz, Siemon; Hard thing about hard things : Building business when there are no easy answers/ by Horowitz, Ben; Taming of the queen/ by Gregory, Philippa; Maha vastu/ by Bansal, Vastushastri Khushdeep; Take - 2 50 films that deserve a new audience/ by Gahlot, Deepa; Lifted by the great nothing/ by Dimechkie, Karim; Its your life live big/ by Hinds, Josh; Black eyed susans/ by Heaberlin, Julia; Eve/ by Young, W.M. Paul; Brutal/ by Satpathy, Uday; Future of (almost ) everything : Global changes that will affect every business and all of our lives/ by Dixon, Patrick; Francis Bacon in your blood : Memoir/ by Bacon, Francis; I Inspire : Unique treasure hunt/ by Malik, Neerja; 100 desi stories to inspire you/ by Hallegua, Madhur Zakir; Rebooting India : Realizing a billion aspirations/ by Nilekani, Nandan
Thursday, 5 May 2016
The library added 250 books ti its collection during last fornight. prominent title among them are as Wicked games/ Lal, Arjun Krishna; Operation India one/ Shiv Kumar; Automobile club of Egypt/ Aswany, Alaa al; Saint odd/ Koontz, Dean; Crimson city : Muzaffar jang mystery/ Liddle, Madhulika; Ishqiyapa/ Dubey, Pankaj; No direction rome/ Barua, Kaushik; Early warning/ Smiley, Jane; Art of modern sales management : Driving performance in a connected world/ McClay, Renie; Nation at play : history of sport in India/ Sen, Ronojoy; World of Hrishikesh Mukherjee : Filmmaker everyone loves/ Mukherjee, Hrishikesh; Explorers guild: Passage to shambhala/ Baird, Jon; Carry on : rise and fall of Simon Snow/ Rowell, Rainbow; Gap of time : Winter`s tale retold/ Wnterson, Jeanette; Foregin policy of India in the globalised world : Issues and challenges/ Nahar, Emanual, Ed.; Classical and modern approach to yoga/ Sharma, Hiralal; Anthropology of early civilization / Saxena, P.K., Ed.; love story for my sister/ Misra, Jaishree; Origami : Complete guide to the art of paperfolding/ Beech, Rick; Making of Laloo Yadav : unmaking of Bihar/ Thakur, Sankarshan
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Monday, 25 April 2016
The library added 250 books to its collection during last fortnight. Prominent titles among them are Dream with your eyes open : an entrepreneurial journey/ Screwvala, Ronnie; Guru of none, disciple of all : the life & times of Dada J.P. Vaswani/ Thapan, Anita Raina; Nine/ Raju, Anupama; The tusk that did the damage/ James, Tania; The Promoter/ Chakravorty, Sanjoy; Power to forgive and other stories/ Kire, Avinuo; Poetry for life : Shayaree-e-zindagee/ Mishra, J.S.; Tonight the streets are ours/ Sales, Leila; The sea lies ahead/ Husain, Intizar; The chosen/ Ohlsson, Kristina; KP : the autobiography/ Pietersen, Kevin; Magic strings of Frankie Presto/ Albom, Mitch; Srinagar : an architectural legacy / Alkazi, Feisal; The Roster/ Rawat, Anukampa; Intuitive parent : why the best thing for your child is you/ Camarata, Stephen; Ethics 101 : what every leader needs to know/ Maxwell, John C.; Worlds apart : memoir/ Plante, David; 1965 Turning the tide : how India won the war/ Gokhale, Nitin A.; Kerala : the divine destination : temples, legends, food & people/ Balasubramanian, Lalitha; Wellness sense : practical guide to your physical and emotional health based on Ayurvedic and Yogic wisdom/ Swami, Om
Friday, 8 April 2016
‘The story of my life has become intertwined with the story of this country. And somewhere along the way, as I met a million children across this land, I too learnt from a million minds. This book was not written to only tell my story. I want every young reader to think that this book is his or her story too.’ A.P.J. Abdul Kalam has been one of the most iconic figures of Independent India. A scientist, leader, thinker, teacher and writer, he achieved remarkable success in various fields. Yet, what endeared him to so many was his dedication to the idea of a developed India, his simple and direct way of interacting with people and his deep love for his fellowmen. In My Life, Kalam writes his life story starting from his days growing up at Rameswaram; about working on India’s space and missile programmes; his years as the eleventh President of India; and about his life thereafter. Full of anecdotes that demonstrate the importance of hard work, commitment, courage and innovative thinking, this autobiography is a wonderful introduction to a remarkable life. Beautifully illustrated and simply written. My Life will inspire readers of all ages.
The library added 250 new books to its collection during last fortnight. Prominent among them are Mother Teresa, CEO : unexpected principles for practical leadership/ Bose, Puma & Faust, Lou; Come as you are / Nagoski, Emily; Childhood betrayed : child abuse and neglect in India / Kacker, Loveleen; Munnu : boy from Kashmir / Sajad, Malik; Carry on/ Rowell, Rainbow; Adivasi will not dance / Shekhar, Hansda, Sowvendra; Master Tara Singh and his reminiscences / Kapur Prithpal Singh; Agatha raisin and the terrible tourist / Beaton, M.C.; Suarez : remarkable story behind football’s most explosive talent / Caioli, Luca; Pluto/ Gulzar; Joy of the thoughts / Chander, S.; In the skin of a jihadist : inside Islamic state’s recruitment networks / Eralle, Anna; My life : illustrated biography / Kalam, A.P.J. Abdul; Nation at play : history of sport in India/ Sen, Ronojoy; Fool’s assassin / Hobb, Robin; What are you waiting for ? its your life/ Donovan, Jim; Productivity : stretch your technology / Fadia, Ankit; Protect : stretch your technology/ Fadia, Ankit; Lunch with the FT : 52 classic interviews / Barber, Lionel, ed.; Rogue lawyer/
Monday, 4 April 2016
Tuesday, 22 March 2016
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Monday, 15 February 2016
The library added 300 titles to its collection during the last fortnight. Important among them are This is your do-over : 7 secrets to losing weight, living longer, and getting a second chance at the life you want / Roizen, Michael F.; Mirror to power : notes on a fractured decade/ Akbar, M.J.; You are the placebo : making your mind matter / Dispenza, Joe; Governance, conflict and development in South Asia : perspectives from India, Nepal and Sri Lanka/ Hettige, Siri; Easy money : greatest Ponzi scheme ever and how it is set to destroy the global financial system; Make change work for you : 10 ways to future-proof yourself, innovate fearlessly and succeed despite uncertainty/ Steinberg, Scott; Robert Ludlum’s : Geneva strategy/ Freveletti, Jamie; Mightier than the sword/ Archer, Jeffrey; Work simply : embracing the power of your personal productivity style/ Tate, Carson; I will go with you : flight of a lifetime/ Kumar, Priya; Cyber war versus cyber realities : cyber conflict in the international system / Valeriano, Brandon; I’m travelling along/ Bjork, Samuel; A full life reflections at ninety / Carter, Jimmy; Introduction to the constitution of India / Basu, Durga Das; Charlie, presumed dead / Heltzel, Anne; Foe / Coetzee, J.M.; Meena house/ Eve, Nomi; Soil for my roots/ Sarosh, Minal; Unfortunate kidnapping : talks of destiny/ Srivastava, Pratima; There’s something about you/ Lal, Yashodhara
Wednesday, 3 February 2016
The library added 250 books to its colection during last fortnight. Prominent titles among them are Big book of angel tarot : essential guide to symbols, spreads, and accurate readings / Virtue, Doreen; 10 commandments for family business / Ramachandran, Kavil; Indian constitution and social revolution : right to property since independence/ Ananth, V. Krishna; Mastery manual : life-changing guide for personal and professional greatness/ Sharma, Robin; Right to speedy trial : Indian judiciary and justice delivery system/ Majumdar, Nur Md. Abdullah Ahmed; Copper sky/ Gupta, Abhijit; Image trap : M.G. Ramachandran in film and politics / Pandian, M.S.S.; Feeling at ease with yourself : twelve principles for a healthy body, mind, heart and spirit / Parti, Rajiv; Power of posture : Mindful alignment for a pain-free life/ Mahtani, Renu; Death & afterlife of Mahatma Gandhi/ Paranjape, Makarand R.; My years with Rajiv and Sonia / Pradhan, R.D.; Reimaging India & Australia : Culture and identity / Gopa, D.; World peace and global order : Gandhian perspectives / Misra, R.P.; Sun that rose from the earth / Faruqi, Shamsur Rahman; Feeling at ease with yourself : twelve principles for a healthy body, mind, heart and spirit / Parti, Rajiv; Selected speeches of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar : his life and philosophy / Sharma, Hari Mohan; Social work response to environment and disasters / Bhatt, Sanjai; Agent Storm : my life inside Al-Qaeda/ Storm, Morten; Heaven conspires / Subramanyam, Prity; Post-baby bounce / Jain, Namita
Thursday, 28 January 2016
A big thanks to all, who were part of the celebration on the eve of the Republic Day. For more photographs like our facebook page
Saturday, 23 January 2016
Thursday, 14 January 2016
Saturday, 2 January 2016
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What it’s about: A personal journal kept during World War II by Anne Frank, a Jewish teenager who would ultimately be captured and killed by the Nazi regime. Why it will change your life: Though the Holocaust is well-documented and understood as one of the most atrocious events in human history, Anne’s diary puts a name, face, and reality to the horrors that occurred during World War II at the hands of Adolf Hitler. However, we can also find solace in Anne’s words: “In spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart.”
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