Monday, 25 April 2016

New additions

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

Review of book by APJ Abdul Kalam

‘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.

New Collection

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

We are happy to announce 
New Timing of Library  w.e.f.  04/04/2016
Monday thru Sunday
Library Timings :  10:00 am to 06:00 pm
Reading Hall : 08:00 am to 08: 00 pm

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