Wednesday, 29 March 2017


The Library will remain close on  April 4 ( Ram Navmi ), 13 ( Baisakhi) and 14 (Good Friday).

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

New Titles added to its collection.

The Library added five hundred books to its collection in the month of February. Prominent titles amomg them are  Super forecasting: art and science of prediction/Tetlock, Philip E..; A is for arsenic: poisons of Agatha Christie/Harkup, Kathryn; What remains/ Weaver, Tim; It`s not right but it`s okay/ Tiwari, Anuj; Life loves you: 7 spiritual practices heal your life/ Hay, Louise; Buddha`s wife: path of awakening together : her story/ Surrey, Janet; Raja dharma with lessons on raja neeti/ Jois, M.Rama; Exploring health communication/Harvey, Kevin; Getting to yes with yourself: other worthy opponents/Ury, William; Value elephant : head and tail of wealth creation/ Kulkarni, Sanjay; Past lives present stories : healing and wisdom through past life exploration/ Marshall, Judith; Daughter, with love/ Simpson, Nicola; Creating a new medina : State power, Islam, and the quest for Pakistan in late colonial north India/Dhulipal, Venkat; Principal of diplomacy and international financial institutions./Rathore, L.S.; Environmental jurisprudence and the supreme court/ Sahu, Geetanjoy; Illustrated practical encyclopedia of fitness training/ Wadsworth, Andy; India shastra : reflections on the nation in our time/ Tharoor, Shashi; Women of the world : rise of the female diplomat/McCarthy, Helen; Lenin and the revolutionary party/Le Blanc, Paul; Influence of petroleum on politics of Persian Gulf ARAB countries/Babaeie, P.; And home was kariakoo : memoir of an Indian African/ Vassanji, M.G.; Behind a billion screens: what television tells us about modern India/ Mehta, Nalin; WTO and India’s exports: performance, policy measures and challenges of productivity and competitiveness/Sharma, Kalpana; Getting India back on track : an action agenda for reform/Debroy, Bibek; Jinnah often came to our house/ Doshi, Kiran; Non-traditional security challenges in Asia: approaches and responses/Dadwal, Shebonti Ray; Resourceful fakirs: three Muslim brothers at the Sikh court of Lahore/ Aijazuddin, Fakir S; Corner of a foreign field: Indian history of a British sport/ Guha, Ramachandra; Foodie: curiosities, stories and expert tips from the culinary world/Steen, James; Women in the Indian national movement : unseen faces and unheard voices, 1930-42/ Thapar- Bjorkert,  Suruchi; Hunger games/ Collins, Suzanne; Network analysis and synthesis/Kuo,Franklin F; Patel, Prasad and Rajaji: Myth of the Indian right/Singh Neerja; On my terms: from the grassroots to the corridors of power/Pawar, Sharad; Animal madness: how anxious dogs, compulsive parrots and elephant in recovery help us understand ourselves/Braitman,Laurel; Boots, hooves and wheels and the social dynamics behind South Asian warfare;Bose, Saikat.


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