Thursday, 24 December 2015

One must read this book once in life

The book will surely change your life

What it’s about: Based on Randy’s “last lecture” to students at Carnegie Mellon University upon his diagnosis of terminal cancer, the book relates all the knowledge and wisdom the professor wishes to pass along to his children after his death.

Why it will change your life: His lessons revolve around one central theme: Have fun with life. Don’t let anyone, or anything, stop you from enjoying every precious second you have on Earth. You never know when it could all be taken away from you.

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Monday, 23 November 2015

New Titles

The library added two 250 new title to its collection during the last fortnight. Prominent among them are Scrapebook of memories / Chopra, Ashok; Making of India : game changing transitions/ Tilotia, Akhilesh; Surrogate motherhood and the law : international and national perspectives/ Pillai, Aneesh V.; Me hijra, me Laxmi/ Tripathi, Laxminarayan; Target/ Baldacci, David; Brain rules/Medina, John; Fallen leaves : last words on life, love, war, and God/Durant, Will; Unfinished agenda : my life in the pharmaceutical industry/ Reddy, K. Anji; Jinnah's Pakistan : formation and challenges of a state/ Dar, Farooq Ahmad; Encyclopaedia of noble laureates in economics/ Ubha, Swaranjit Kaur; Honour and fidelity : India’s military contribution to the great war 1914-18/ Amarinder Singh; Being mortal/ Gawande, Atul; Collector /Roberts, Nora; Inner recesses outer spaces : memoirs/ Chattopadhyay, Kamaladevi; Chastity and modesty : transformation of psycho-socio-sexual value/ Kerber, K.L.; Spymaster : my life in the CIA/ Shackley, Ted & Finney, Richard A.; Centre stage : inside the Narendra Modi model of governance/ Mahurkar, Uday; I’ve got you under my skin/ Clark, Mary Higgins; Death trade/ Higgins, Jack; Come back to me/ Gray, Mila; Start-up city/ Bannerjee, Moloy K.

Monday, 2 November 2015

New Titles

The library added two hundred fifty titles during the last fortnight. Prominent among them are Elephant catchers : key lessons for breakthrough growth/ Bagchi, Subroto; Red dragon/ Harris, Thomas; Difficult daughters/ Kapur, Manju; Diagnosis and treatment of blind and visually impaired : an overview/ Singh, Dolly; Shadow effect : illuminating the hidden power of your true self/ Chopra, Deepak; Promise/ Singh, Nikita; Be careful what you wish for/ Archer, Jeffrey; Edge of eternity/ Follett, Ken; Ten days : obsession...revenge...and murder most foul/ Nandan, Leena; End of story ?/ Shekhar, Arjun; Sad demise of Manpreet Singh/ Bryson, Patrick; I`ve got you under my skin/ Clark, Mary Higgins; Act of war/ Thor, Brad; My beautiful shadow/ Jha, Radhika; Found/ Coben, Harlan; Sidney Sheldon`s : chasing tomorrow/ Bagshawe, Tilly; Our moon has blood clots : exodus of the Kashmiri pandits/ Pandita, Rahul; Struggle for Pakistan : a muslim homeland and global politics/ Jalal, Ayesha; One life is not enough : an autobiography/ Singh, K. Natwar; Edge of eternity/ Follett, Ken; Struggle for Pakistan : a muslim homeland and global politics/ Jalal, Ayesha

Tuesday, 6 October 2015

A book for those who wants to shed extra killos.

Are you the one who wants to shed all those extra kilos and don’t get time to exercise? Do you think working out is boring? Do you lose hope of joining a gym only because you know you’d quit eventually? Do you want to look good and feel good but aren’t motivated enough to do something about your bodies or don’t have enough time to invest in a fitness regime?
If your response to any of those questions is affirmative, trust, this book is for YOU.
Vesna’s tone and writing are clear, positive and professional. With “Work it Out Without a Workout”, she has provided an empowering and challenging must – read for people who want to work it out without really a workout. Not only does she motivate you along with covering all minutest of details logically and scientifically, she also talks of her own health failures in the first few chapters of the book, which makes the reader connect with her immediately.

New titles

The library added 250 new titles to its collection during the last fortnight. Prominent title among them are Work it out without a workout / Jacob, Vesna P.; India`s greatest speeches/ Agarwal, Nitin; If truth be told : monk`s memoir / Swami, Om; Wolf / Hayder, Mo; Fields of blood : religion and the history of violence/ Armstrong, Karen; Making of exile : Sindhi hindus and the partition of India / Bhavnani, Nandita; Gypsy goddess / Kandasamy, Meena; Age erase: your ultimate beauty bible to aging gracefully / Shetty, Rashmi; Habermas : introduction and analysis/ Ingram, David; Branson : behind the mask / Bower, Tom; Childhood of Jesus/ Coetzee, J.M.; Bones of the lost/ Reichs, Kathy; Einstein pursuit / Kuzneski, Chris; Edge of power/ Sinha, Tuhin A.; Eye of God/ Rollins, James; Buried / Adler-Oslen, Jussi; Frog music / Donoghue, Emma; Age of wrath : history of Delhi Sultanate / Eraly, Abraham; Losing my religion / Mudagal, Vishwas; Sikhs & Sikhism / Mcleod, W.H.

Monday, 21 September 2015

This is not a book but a guide to being your own CEO

With over 40 years in business, Richard Branson is an inspiring pioneer of humanitarian projects and an iconic business leader. In The Virgin Way: How to Listen, Learn, Laugh and Lead, Richard shares and distils his secrets of leadership and success. Featuring anecdotes from his own business dealings, as well as his observations of many others who have inspired him – from politicians, business leaders, explorers, scientists and philanthropists – Richard reflects on the qualities he feels are essential for success in today’s world.
 This is not a conventional book on leadership. There are no rules – but rather the secrets of leadership that he has learned along the way from his days at Virgin Records, to his recent work with The Elders. Whether you’re at the beginning of your career, or head of a Fortune 500 company – this is your guide to being your own CEO (Chief Enabling Officer) and becoming a true leader – not just a boss.

New addition to Library Collection

 During the last fortnight library added around 250 title. Prominent among them are Black tulip/ Nagarkar, Kiran; Pakistan under army rule/ Khajooria, M.M.; Desert God/ Smith, Wilber; Virgin way : how to listen, learn, laugh and lead/ Branson, Richard; Bone clocks/ Mitchell, David; Frog music/ Donoghue, Emma; Catching the departed/ Yadav, Kulpreet; Four : divergent collection/ Roth, Veronica; Manhattan mango/ Iyer, Madhuri; Daughter by court order/ Vira, Ratna; Bhairav putras/ Mathur, Suhail; Magical book of affirmations : 405 powerful affirmations to accelerate your breakthrough to success/ Canfield, Jack; And death came calling/ Deva, Mukul; Five days/ Kennedy, Douglas; Deadline/ Brown, Sandra; 60 minutes/ Namburi, Upendra; Screaming staircase/ Stroud, Jonathan; Guilt/ Adler-Oslen, Jussi; Time keeper/ Albom. Mitch; Ways of the world/ Goddard, Robert

Sunday, 23 August 2015


Cycle rally was organised to promote Reading Culture among residents of chandigarh

Thursday, 20 August 2015

A big thanks

Dear Volunteer, We want to express our gratitude for your interest and for your precious time which you have taken out for initiative of a noble step and for the awareness of people with our Library. By making people realize of this valuable act, and being a part of humanity to get linked up with people who are not able to get themselves recovered. A very many thanks for making our  BLOOD DONATION camp a success.

Thursday, 13 August 2015

New added titles

The library added about 150 books during the last fortnight. Prominent titles among them are Storyteller/ Picoult, Jodi; Magnificient delusions : Pakistan, the United states/ Haqqani, Hussain; Psychological effects of Music/ Maheta, M.P; Gas wars : crony capitalism and the Ambanis/ Thakurta, Paranjoy; Off the record: untold stories from a reporter's diar/ Pillai, Ajith; Makers of Modern Asia/ Guha, Ramchandra; Thirty one nil on the road with football`s outsiders; First firangis: remarkable stories of heroes, healers/ Harris, Jonathan; Spy among friends/ Macintyre, Ben; Long mile home/ Helman, Scott; Iron road : illustrated history of the railway/ Wolmar, Christian; Fire under ash/ Jain, Saskya; Simple cakes : delicious step-by-step recipes/ Berry, Mary; Jamie Dornan : shades of desire/ Montgomery, Alice; Golden cage/ Oswald, J.D; How to seduce a billionaire/ Costa, Portia Da; What will you give for this beauty/ Natiq, Ali Akbar; Red Sari : dramatized biography of Sonia Gandhi/ Moro, Javier; Problem of Caste/ Deshpande, Satish; Take me home/ Bansal, Rashmi; Text book of dance/ Bajpai, Gyanendra; Business maharajas/ Piramal, Gita

Monday, 3 August 2015

Higher Education in USA

Learn about 5 steps to US Higher Education 
An interactive session by
EducationUSA Advisor
United States India Education Foundation, New Delhi
on August 6 @ 11 am 

2nd Floor, T. S. Central State Library, Sector 17
For more info call @ 9417179215

Monday, 27 July 2015

Nation Salute Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. RIP

"When a great man dies, for years the light he leaves behind him, lies on the paths of men."
                                                                            ……….Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Wednesday, 15 July 2015

Tuesday, 14 July 2015

OSHO books free downloads

Chandra Mohan Jain, also known as Acharya Rajneesh from the 1960s onwards, as Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh during the 1970s and 1980s, and as Osho from 1989, was an Indian mystic, guru and spiritual teacher.

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Sunday, 12 July 2015

New addition

Library added about 250 books in the last fornight. Prominent titles among them are Assassination of Rajiv Gandhi : inside job? / Ahmad, Faraz ; On heaven and earth : Pope Francis on faith, family, and the Church in / Bergoglio, Jorge Mario; Age erase: your ultimate beauty bible to ageing gracefully/ Shetty, Rashmi ; Calmer sutra: be calm, confident & Happy/ Mehta, Nivedita; Cancer Chronicles: unlocking medicine's deepest mystery/ Johnson, George;  Malala: girl who stood up for education and changed the world/ Yousafzai, Malala; No guns at my son`s funeral/ Anand, Pavo; India Shastra: reflections on the nation in our time/ Tharoor, Shashi; Clutch of Indian masterpieces / Davidar, David ed.; Sophie Says: memories of a breakup coach/ Balan, Judy; Miniaturist/ Burton, Jessie; Key: how corporations succeed by solving the world`s toughest problems/ Gratton, Lynda; Limitless sky: life lessons from the Himalayas / Manners, David Charles; Spy among friends/ Macintyre, Ben; Decoded company: know your talent better than you know your customers/ Segal, Leerom ; Reckoning / Soll , Jacob; Indians in a globalizing world: their skewed rise/ Hiro, Dilip; Drink to yesterday/ Coles, Manning; After we fell/ Todd, Anna; Target/ Baldacci, David

Sunday, 5 July 2015

Must read if you wish to shed extra weight

With insights into the most efficient fat-loss methods combined with a metabolism-boosting workout programme, The Fat Burn Revolutiongives you the tools to sculpt your body.The book outlines my awesome 12 week fitness programme so you can follow it at home and shows you the healthy way to condition your body for optimum fat burning – even when you’re not exercising!

New titles added

The library added around 250 books to its collection during last fortnight. Prominent titles among them are Officer and a spy/  Robert Harris; Fat Burn Revolution/Buckley, Julia; Prenatal fitness 360: the way to a healthy pregnancy/Shivlani, Sonali; Miniaturist/ Burton, Jessie; Wake up happy every day/ May, Stephen; How to work a room: ultimate guide to making lasting connections - in person and online/ Roane, Susan; Girl who saved the king of Sweden/ Jonasson, Jonas; Isolated incident/ Kamal, Soniah; Paying guests/ Waters, Sarah; whiskey beach/ Roberts, Nora; Finisher/ Baldacci, David; Drink to yesterday/ Coles, Manning; More men on my mind/ Thomas, Radha; Dr. and master Sha, miracle soul healer/ Gladstone, William; Ivan ramen: love, obsession and recipes from Tokyo`s most unlikely noodles/ Orkin, Ivan; India Shastra: reflections on the nation in our time/ Tharoor, Shashi; Inside out & back again/ Lai, Thanhha; King`s curse: the cousins' war/ Gregory, Philippa; Hard choices/ Clinton, Hillary Rodham; This is your do over/Roizen, Michael F.

Saturday, 27 June 2015

Old magazine sale ( Jan - Dec 2014 )

starting  June 29 - July 13, 2015

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Monday, 15 June 2015

A brilliant book – a must-read for everyone

 Hugh Pym was chief economics correspondent for BBC News before taking over as its health editor earlier this year. His focused account begins with the downfall of the Newcastle-based former building society Northern Rock in September 2007 and ends with the announcement of RBS’s £8bn losses in February 2014 but the meat of the book describes events in Whitehall and Westminster in September and October 2008. This was the time when the banks ran out of money and a small group of ministers, Treasury officials and central bankers worked round the clock to devise a rescue package. The tale is dramatic and the telling is atmospheric: late-night curries ferried in to the Treasury, a minister blundering into prime minister Gordon Brown’s sleeping quarters in the middle of the night, chancellor Alistair Darling grabbing a couple of hours sleep before appearing on Radio 4’s Today programme, bankers sneaking in to Whitehall to avoid the media, and mysterious leaks to Pym’s BBC colleague Robert Peston, whose blogs and broadcasts caused panic.
One of the most striking features about Pym’s book is the detail it reveals about the investment banks’ role in the resolution of the crisis, a point on which the author might have elaborated. It jars to learn that, having brought the country to its knees by selling high finance to gullible banks such as RBS and HBOS, the investment banks were then all over Downing Street and the Treasury advising on the clean-up. This is problematic, for however clever, charming and resourceful investment bankers might be, they all think the same way about the kind of financial system we should have.

New Titles

Library added 250 titles to its collection during the last fortnight, Prominent titles among them are Hindu rashtra darshan/ Savarkar, Veer; Off the record: untold stories from a reporter's diary/ Pillai, Ajith;  Fat Burn Revolution/ Buckley, Julia; Rise: creativity, the gift of failure and the search for master/ Lewis, Sarah; If it`s monday it must be Madurai: conducted tour of India/ Perur, Srinath; Impulse Society: what`s wrong with getting what we want ?/ Roberts, Paul; Incredible history of India`s geography/ Sanyal, Sanjeev; How Modi won it: notes from the 2014 election/ Khare, Harish; Flashboys : cracking the money code/ Lewis, Michael; Anticipating India : the best of national interest/ Gupta, Shekhar; Finding the space to lead: practical guide to mindful leadership/ Marturano, Janice; Fives and twenty-fives/ Pitre, Michael; Capital wars: new east-west challenge for entreneurial leadership and economic success/ Pinto, Daniel; What great brands do: seven brand-building principles that separate the best from the rest/ Yohn, Denise lee; Sea wolf/ London, Jack; Paying guests/ Waters, Sarah;  Before we met/ Whitehouse lucie; Vengeance of the warrior: nine/ Nihalani, Shobha; Drink to yesterday/ Coles, Manning; Inside the banking crisis: untold story/ Pym, Hugh

Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Celebration of MS Day

Releasing balloon Ceremony for sensitizing people about Multiple Sclerosis Disease,
  thus giving humane face to the Library Services

Monday, 25 May 2015

Summer Workshop

                             Divisional Library : Summer Workshop
                                        June 1-19, 2015
                                     10:30am - 12:00 noon
          Date                   Events                              Age Group
        June 1-5         Theatre without words                   10-16
        June 8-12       Communication and Leadership   10-14
        June 15-19     Art and Craft                                    06-09

                   Note:  For members only: Free Registration
                              For more details contact Children Section 
                         Last date for Registration is May 29, 2015

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Read E-Books on PM's visit to France, Germany & Canada

Revisit PM Modi tour to France , Germany and Canada through e-book by 
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The library added 150 books to its collection during the last ten days. Prominet titles among them are Computing with quantum cats: from colossus to qubits/ Gribbin, John; Research methodology in social science/ Verma, Sanjay kumar; Geology for general readers/ Page, David; Human genome project/ Allini, A.Rao; Law on violence against women/ Pancholi, P.V.; Social work and community development/ Thakur, L.K.; Value education for teacher educators/ Rai, Rakesh; Gathering the ashes/ Nagar, Amritlal; Flying shoes/ Howorth, Lisa; Einstein : his life and universe/ Einstein; Asia`s cauldron : South China sea and the end of a stable/ Kaplan, Robert D.; Unthink/ Paley, Chris; Urban Outlaws/ Black, Peter Jay; Desert hearts/ Marton, Sandra; Blue ocean strategy : how to create uncontested market sp/ Kim, W.Chan; Malcolm X speaks : selected speeches and statements/ Breitman, George ed.; Taj : story of Mughal India/ Murai, Timeri N.; Bradman`s War : how the 1948 invincibles turned the crick/ Knox, Malcolm; Far far away/ McNeal, Tom; In the interests of safety/ Brown, Tracey

Thursday, 30 April 2015

A book one must read

Maharaja in Denims, a historical fiction, is an intriguing narrative of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, commonly known as the Lion of Punjab, through the eyes of a teenager named Hari, who believes he is a reincarnation of the maharaja. When Suzanne, Haris girlfriend, attempts to decode Hari's past life through the practice of regression, as she is shocked to discover that Hari has had more than one tumultous past lives. This changes both their lives forever.
High on emotion, drama, politics and sex, the novel provides an insight into the history of Punjab, and the tragic after-effects of the assassination of the former prime minister of India, Indira Gandhi. Interwoven throughout the unfolding of Hari and Suzanne's present-day story, are vignettes of Ranjit Singh's life and loves, valour and conquests. There is an astonishing revelation at the end, which is set in the future and yet, has a deep historical resonance. 

Tuesday, 28 April 2015


About the Course

Are you overwhelmed by the tidal wave of new technology tools available for teachers and learners? Powerful Tools for Teaching and Learning: Web 2.0 Tools can help channel that flood into a manageable power source for student engagement and motivation in your classroom! This course is designed to provide teachers with strategies to effectively integrate Web 2.0 technologies into their instruction. 
You will learn how to use these tools effectively in your classroom through unique problem-based scenarios that will help you understand how to choose the best Web 2.0 tool. Our approach focuses on the task rather than the tool in an effort to improve communication, collaboration, presentation, creativity, problem solving, and critical thinking in your learners. You will take part in a robust exchange of practical ideas while participating in online discussion forums and sharing your experiences and learning from fellow teachers about best practices with Web 2.0 tools in your content area.
For more details click here

Monday, 27 April 2015

New Titles

Library added two hundred titles to its collection during the last fortnight. Prominet titlesamong them are Baatein duniya bhar ki (Hindi)/  Dilchasp; Stroke rehabilitation: functional activity based approach/ Hariohm, K.; Success sutras for students ; stay inspired!/  M.S. Rao; Indian Booker prize winners on India/ Supriya shukla, Nee; Sycamore row : The sequel to A time to kill/ John Grisham; Pathar alpathar (Hindi)/ Ashk, Upendernath; Best thing about you is you !/ Kher, Anupam; Winning manager : 6 practices every manager needs to succeed/ Ciffi, John; Paltu babu road (Hindi)/ Fanishwarnath Renu; Udhar ke log(Hindi)/ Ajay Navariya; Tamas(Hindi)/  Bhisham Sahni; Dholki de geet (Punjabi)/ Prabhsharan Kaur; Sampuran Kahaniyan - 1/ Shivani, Gora Pant; Afternoon girl: my Khushwant memoir / Amrinder Bajaj; Patton: blood, guts and prayer/ Keane, Michael; Ice - creams and frozen desserts/ Dalal, Tarla; Just 7 days: to excellence / Amrit Gupta; Farishta(Hindi)/ Kapil Isapuri; Sapane mein aye teen parivaar : vyangya samagra-6(Hindi)/ Kohli, Narendra; Dynamic memory : self letter drafting course/ Chowdhury, Biswaroop

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Learning How to Learn: Powerful mental tools to help you master tough subjects

Free on line course one can join from University of California, San Diego, USA

About this Course

This course gives you easy access to the invaluable learning techniques used by experts in art, music, literature, math, science, sports, and many other disciplines. We’ll learn about the how the brain uses two very different learning modes and how it encapsulates (“chunks”) information. We’ll also cover illusions of learning, memory techniques, dealing with procrastination, and best practices shown by research to be most effective in helping you master tough subjects. Using these approaches, no matter what your skill levels in topics you would like to master, you can change your thinking and change your life. If you’re already an expert, this peep under the mental hood will give you ideas for turbocharging successful learning, including counter-intuitive test-taking tips and insights that will help you make the best use of your time on homework and problem sets. If you’re struggling, you’ll see a structured treasure trove of practical techniques that walk you through what you need to do to get on track. If you’ve ever wanted to become better at anything, this course will help serve as your guide.
More details click here

Monday, 13 April 2015

New addition

Library added two hundred titles to its collection during the last ten days. prominent titles among them are Matter of rats : Short biography of Patna / Amitava kumar; Who`s your city? : How the creative economy is making where to live the most important decision of your life/ Florida, Richard; High blood pressure : karan bachav aur upchar (Hindi)/ Jain, Sudhir; Stroke rehabilitation: functional activity based approach / Hariohm, K.; Red revolution 2020 and beyond : Strategic challenges to resolve naxalism / Ahluwalia, VK; Uncle Sam calling ; hints for being an international student in the United states/  Sharma, Paras; Gandhian theory of social reconstruction/ Dayal, Parmeshwari; Emergence of the Indian Best seller : Chetan Bhagat and his metro fiction/  sablok,  Reena; Success sutras for students ; stay inspired!/  Rao, M.S.; Indian Booker prize winners on India/  shukla,Supriya; Biogas technology: towards sustainable development/ Khoiyangbam, R.S.; Introducing functional grammar/  Thompson, Geoff; Democracy, Sovereignty and terror : Lakshman Kadirgamar on the foundations of international order/ Roberts, Adam; Winning manager : 6 practice.s every manager needs to succeed/Cioffi, John; Unknown leader : discover the leader in you/ Banawi, Hussein A-Al; Why do smart people make such stupid mistakes? : practical negotiation guide to more profitable client relationships/ Merrington, Chris; Superstar leadership : 31 day plan to motivate people communicate positively and get everyone on your side /Conlow, Rick; Sailing safe in cyberspace : protect your identity and Data/ Kaushik, Anjali; 5 minutes to stress relief : how to release fear, worry & doubt instantly/ Miller, Lauren E.; Cricket cauldron : turbulent politics of sport in Pakistan/ Khan, Shaharyar M

Wednesday, 8 April 2015

Half girlfriend -- a book by Chetan Bhagat

Once upon a time, there was a Bihari boy called Madhav. He fell in love with a rich girl from Delhi called Riya. Madhav didnt speak English well. Riya did. Madhav wanted a relationship. Riya didn't. Riya just wanted friendship. Madhav didn't. Riya suggested a compromise. She agreed to be his half-girlfriend.

Thursday, 2 April 2015

A book one must read

Fatima Bhutto’s novel The Shadow of the Crescent Moon is an attempt to portray life in Pakistan—oscillating between the fundamentalist savagery of the Taliban and the apathy of the state—and how it affects the people who live under its shadow. The novel is set in the imaginary village of Mir Ali in Waziristan, in northern Pakistan, bordering Afghanistan. It attempts to touch on multiple issues that perplex and haunt the tribal locals of a fragmented nation. The novel is set over 3 hours, with ample sprinklings of flashbacks and a disjointed narrative strategy. There are five characters defining the novel—three brothers– Erum Anum, Sikandar and Hayat, Sikandar’s wife Mina, and Samarra.
Stories of violence, bloodshed and fundamentalism in rural Pakistan flood contemporary media. Statistics and numbers of those affected by them have percolated into every discussion on the country. In this novel, Bhutto attempts to humanise those statistics and numbers—give them names and portray a day in their life. While reading this novel, one feels sympathy for the characters and the situations they face. But somehow, the empathy and heartbreak that such a novel should encompass, is missing. While one understands Mina’s hysterical grief on losing her only son to a Taliban shootout, one cannot taste it. A central character, Mina drifts through the pages of the book, haunting multiple funerals of strangers, searching for an answer to her child’s death, lost in grief, anger and hysteria. Her climatic altercation with some members of the Taliban in a forest allows Bhutto to raise important questions—the logic and rationality behind their attacks and ideology

Latest addition

The library added 250 title to its collection during the last fortnight. Prominent titles among them  are Complete idiot`s guide to Psychic intuition/ Robinson, Lynn A; Cell phone nation: How mobile phones have revolutionized business, politics/ Jeffrey, Robin; Brotherhood : Dharma, Destiny, and the American dream/ Deepak & Sanjeev; Soviet atomic spies/ Newman, Bernard; Bridget Jones: Mad about the boy / Helen Fielding; Pharmacy on a bicycle : Innovative solutions for global health and poverty/Bing, Eric G; Wars by Pakistan/ Vikram Munshi; Heart : An American medical Odyssey/  Dick Cheney and Jonathan Reiner; PERV : sexual deviant in all of us/ Jesse bering; Orbit shifting innovation : Dynamics of ideas that create history/Narang, Rajiv; Storyteller/Jodi Picoult; William-Sonoma : Salad/William-Sonoma; Narendra Modi ka rajneetik safar(Hindi)/ Tejpal Singh Dhama; Doctor Sleep : a novel/Stephen King; Edward III and the triumph of England : the battle of Crecy and the company/ Barber, Richard; Word of mouse : 101+ trends in how we buy,sell,live, learn,work and play/Ostrofsky, Marc; Father night/ Eric Van Lustbader; Superstar syndrome : Making of a Champion/ Myra S. White and Sanjay Jha; Shadow of the crescent moon/ Fatima Bhutto; Stroke Rehabilitation: Functional activity based approach/ Hariohm, K.

Monday, 30 March 2015

Holiday Notice

The Library will remain close on April 2-3, 2015 on account of 
Mahavir Jayanti  and Good Friday.

Tuesday, 17 March 2015

SMS / e-mail alert Services

We are happy to announce the introduction of SMS/e-mail alert sevices to update you about the latest program and services. You are requested to update information about your mobile number and your e-mail to the library database to avail SMS/ e-mail alert services, HELP US IMPROVE TO SERVE YOU BETTER. We love feedback.

Welcome to the Library blog

Modernizing the library service by using social media has become essential to maintaining relevance to communities and fulfilling their mission as information facilitators. Various web tools allow the libraries to move outside the walls of the physical library and connect across digital platforms on big way.

Readers are welcome to the library blog. We have created blog to Promote our library services, resources, and programs online. We want to reach out to our online audience. We have created vitual library for our readers on this blog. We wish our readers to join the blog. HAPPY READING.

Did you know? Shree Pundalik, India’s first feature film was released today i.e. 18th May 1912.