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.


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