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Hiroshima Day: Slogan writing Competition

Theme: “No more WARs, No more TEARs”

S.No Position Name, Class & Div.
01 I Salini Johnson, XII A
02 II Mahima Unnikrishnan, XB
03 III Vinayan H, IX D

 

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Poems by Rabindranath Tagore

Courtesy: http://www.poemhunter.com

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Hiroshima Day commemoration 2010

This year will be the 65th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Events to commemorate the day will take place all over the world.

 

The most disastrous and tragic event in the History of humankind is also commemorated by our Library.

Exhibition of Books

Books related to Nuclear tragedies and the dangers of wars will be on display from 5 to 7 August 2010.

 

“No more WARS No more TEARS”: Slogan writing Competition

Students and staff can participate in this competition.

Write catchy slogans on a piece of paper and drop that in the box placed in the Library. Best entries will be rewarded.

Time 5-7 August 2010 @ the Library

Filed under: Library activities

Multimedia collection

S.No

Title

Subject

1

English grammar: level 2

Language

2

Science experiments

Science

3

English grammar: Level 1

language

4

Spoken English. Vol.2

Language

5

Power vocabulary

Language

6

Smart science: Age 6-8 years

Science

7

Educational activities: Age 4-5 years

Education

8

Phonics activities for ages 6-7

Language

9

Learn science: Age 4-10 yrs

Science

10

Learn science: Age 4-10 yrs

Science

11

Internet fundamentals

Computer science

12

Buzzers rapid maths

Science

13

Buzzers general knowledge quiz

G K

14

Discovery channel school: Solar system

Science

15

Discovery channel: Earth quakes

Science

16

Discovery channel: Space exploration

Science

17

Discovery channel: Nano technology

Science

18

Discovery channel: AIDS ending the epidemic

Science

19

Kerala: The green symphony.Ver.2

Geography and travel

20

Symphony celestial: Concise edition vol.1

Arts

21

Symphony celestial: Concise edition vol.2

Arts

22

Encarta 2007

Encyclopaedia

23

Encyclopaedia Britannica, No.1

Encyclopaedia

24

Encyclopaedia Britannica, No.2

Encyclopaedia

25

Encyclopaedia Britannica, No.3

Encyclopaedia

26

Encyclopaedia Britannica, No.4

Encyclopaedia

27

Encyclopaedia Britannica, No.5

Encyclopaedia

28

Encyclopaedia Britannica, No.6

Encyclopaedia

29

Manorama entrance winner, Medical: No.1 Physics

Competitive exams

30

Manorama entrance winner, Medical: No.2 Chemistry

Competitive exams

31

Manorama entrance winner, Medical: No.3 Biology

Competitive exams

32

Manorama entrance winner: Engineering, No.1 Physics

Competitive Exams

33

Manorama entrance winner: Engineering, No.2 Chemistry

Competitive exams

34

Manorama entrance winner: Engineering, No.3 Mathematics

Competitive exams

35

To their credit

Social science

36

Taj mahal: Beyond the love story

Social science

37

ABC of water pumping efficiency

Environment

38

Treads of life

Environment

39

Uttam urja

Environment

40

Global warming

Environment

41

Shifting powers

Social science

42

Rural resources

Energy

43

Give us a life please

Social science

44

Daughters of the soil

Social science

45

Where is my dinner?

Social science

46

An area of darkness

Social science

47

Forests

Environment

48

Learning to dream again

Social science

49

Earth we see and earth we want

Environment

50

New prescription

Environment

51

Water ignites life and hope

Environment

52

Tales of Mulla

Children’s literature

53

Rhymes on fruits and vegetables

Activity

54

Shakespeare stories-5: Animated stories

Children’s literature

55

Little angels rhymes

Activity

56

Life and moral stories of Mahatma Gandhi

Children’s literature

57

Classic adventures

Children’s literature

58

Budha: A life story

Children’s literature

59

Birbal the wise, Vol 2

Children’s literature

60

Good manners

Activity

61

Moral stories

Activity

62

Tenali Raman, Vol.1

Children’s literature

63

Play school, 3

Activity

64

My first words

Activity

65

Stories of Vikram Betal

Children’s literature

66

Grandma tales

Children’s literature

67

Folktales of India

Children’s literature

68

Vikram and Betal

Children’s literature

69

Alibaba and 40 thieves

Children’s literature

70

Indian festivals and culture

History

71

Learn with fun: Maths, 4-8 yrs

Activity

72

English literature and MCB for classes IX and X

Language

73

Keli: The symphony of love

Music – flute

74

Viraha: the symphony of separation

Music – flute

75

Kaivalya: the symphony of meditation

Music – flute

76

Varsha:rain melodies

Music

77

Sadaram

Music

78

Once upon a time

story

79

Stories for growth: Adventures of Krishna – Balram

Animated stories

80

stories for growth : Pearls from Panchatantra

Animated stories

81

Beauty and beast

Animated stories

82

The Mahabharata

Animated stories

83

Manorama Knowledge adventure

G K

84

Disney’s Maths quest

Maths

85

learn to speak English essentials

English

86

Learn to speak English essentials CD-2

English

87

Presentation and public speaking

Management

88

English for 9th std. 3 Cd in one set. (Set 1)

English

89

English for Class 9th – CD 2

English

90

English 9th Class – CD2 – Exam

English

91

English for class 7th (2CDs)

English

92

English for 7th – Exam

English

93

Science for Class 7th (2Cd in one set)

Science

94

Science for 7th -Exam

science

95

English for 6th (2 CD in 1 set)

English

96

English for 6th – Exam

English

97

English for 4th Class (2 CD in 1 set)

English

98

English for 4th – exam

English

99

English for 3rd class(set of 2 cds)

English

100

English for 3rd Class – Cd 2

English

101

Maths for 3rd Class (2 CDs in 1 set)

maths

102

Maths for 3rd Class – CD2

Maths

103

English Class 3rd

English

104

English for 4th Class

English

105

Environmental Science Class 2

EVS

106

Environmental Science for Class 2

EVS

107

English for Class I

English

108

English for Class I

English

109

Environmental Science for Class I

EVS

110

Environmental Science for class I

EVS

111

Kids Education Pack (set of 7 CDs)

English grammar

112

Kids Education pack -2

English grammar

113

Kids Education pack – Learn maths

Maths

114

Kids Education pack – 4 Learn maths

Maths

115

Kids Education pack – 5 learn Science

Science

116

Kids education pack : Learn Science CD 2

Science

117

Kids Education pack : Play ‘N’ learn

English

118

Buzzers 501 essential letters

English

119

Communication skills

English

120

Power vocabulary

English

121

India Festival

Festivals

122

India Mystica

English

123

Personality development

Management

124

Journey through India

Travel

125

Famous personalities of the world

Biography

126

Famous personalities of the world

biography

127

101 Science experiments

Science

128

101 Science experiments CD 2

Science

129

History of India

History

130

History of India Cd 2

History

131

Vegetable rhymes

Rhymes

132

Nursery Rhymes

English

133

Nursery rhymes

Rhymes

134

Human body

Science

135

Human body CD 2

Science

136

Anmol Bal geeth (H)

Bal geeth

137

Learn Hindi

Hindi

138

Baaja

Children’s Film

139

Bandu Boxer

Children’s Film

140

Chota Sipahi

Children’s Film

141

Chutkan Ki Mahabharat

Children’s Film

142

Choo Lenge Akash

Children’s Film

143

Dweep ka rahasya

Children’s Film

144

Ek ajooba

Children’s Film

145

The goal

Children’s Film

146

Gilli Gilli Atta

Children’s Film

147

Hallo

Children’s Film

148

Haathi ka andaa

Children’s Film

149

Heda Hoda

Children’s Film

150

Pass kabhi fail

Children’s Film

151

Karamati coat

Children’s Film

152

katt Kad kaddu

Children’s Film

153

Mujhse dosti karoge?

Children’s Film

154

Nandu ka Raja

Children’s Film

155

Nani maa

Children’s Film

156

Rhino

Children’s Film

157

Rikki Tikki Tavi

Children’s Film

158

Sixer

Children’s Film

159

Yeh hai chakkod bakkad bumbe bo

Children’s Film

160

Sikandar

Children’s Film

161

Sunday

Children’s Film

162

Chirayu

Children’s Film

163

Lagi Sharth

Children’s Film

164

Pehle aap

Children’s Film

165

Uranchoo

Children’s Film

166

Dream Journey – Fusion

Music

167

Hindustani Classical Music (Instrumental)

Music

168

Vandemataram

Music

169

Encyclopedia Britannica; Concise Encyclopedia

Encyclopaedia

170

Encyclopedia Britannica Student Library

Encyclopaedia

171

Encyclopaedia Britannica space: Discover Astronomy & space exploration

Space

172

Encyclopaedia Britannica: Discoveri ng Dinosauer

Encyclopaedia

173

Encyclopaedia Britanica: Nature

Encyclopaedia

174

Sur Saaz aur Tall, Vol.1 Surwas Sabri

Music vocal

175

Sur Saaz aur Taal Vol.2 Videshi Subha Mudgal

Music vocal

176

Sur Saaz aur Taal Vol.3 Ustad Rashid Khan

Music

177

Sur Saaz aur Taal Vol.4 Pandit Kumar Gandharva

Music

178

Sur Saaz aur Taal Vol.5 Ustad Bismillah Khan

Music

179

Sur Saaz aur Taal vol. 6 Ustad Amjad Ali Khan

Music

180

Sur Saaz Vol.7 Ustad Vilayat Khan

Music

181

Sur SaaZ aur Taal Vol.8 Pandit Ravi Shankar

Music

182

Sur Saaz aur Taal Vol.9 Pandit Bhimson Joshi

Music

183

Sur Saaz aur Taal. vol 10 Ustad Zakir Hussain

Music

184

Sur Saaz aur Taal vol. 11 Pandit Jasraj

Music

185

Sur Saaz aur Taal Vol.12 Hari prasad Chaurasia

Music

186

Sur Saaz aur Taal Vol. 13 Pandit Kishan Maharaj

Music

187

Sur Saaz aur Taal Vol.14 Kishuri Amonkar

Music

188

Sur Saa aur Taal Vol. 15 pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma

Music

189

Sur Saaz aur Taal vol. 16 Ustad Zakir Hussain

Music

190

Saaz Tabla Vol.1 Krishna Maharaj and Zakir Hussain

Music

191

Saaz Tabla. Vol. II Krishna Maharaj and Zakir Hussain

Music

192

Saaz Sarod Vol. 1 Amjad Ali Khan and Amaan Ali Bangsan

Music

193

Saaz- Sarod Vol.II Amjad Ali Khan and Amaan Ali Bangsan

Music

194

Saaz- Santoor Vol.I Shiv Kumar Sharma and Rahul Sharma

Music

195

Saaz- Santoor Vol. II Shiv kumar Sharma and Rahul Sharma

Music

196

Saaz- Flute Vol.I Hariprasad Chaurasia & Ronu majumdar

Music

197

Saaz- Flute Vol.II Hariprasad Chaurasia and Ronu Majumdar

Music

198

Saaz- Sarangi Vol. I Sabri Khan & Sultan Khan

Music

199

Saaz- Sarangi Vol. II Sabri Khan and Sultan Khan

Music

200

Saaz- Sitar Vol.I Ravishankar & Vilayat Khan

Music

201

Saaz- Sitar Vol.II Ravishankar and Vilayat Khan

Music

202

Saaz- Violin Vol.I L. Subramaniam, N. Rajam & Kala Ramnath

Music

203

Saaz- Violin Vol.II L. Subramaniam, N.Rajam & Kala Ramnath

Music

204

Saaz- Shehnai Vol.I Bismillah Khan

Music

205

Saaz- Shehnai Vol. II Bismillah Khan

Music

 

* As on 31/07/2010

Filed under: Multimedia Collection

The Web’s New Gold Mine: Your Secrets

By JULIA ANGWIN

Hidden inside Ashley Hayes-Beaty’s computer, a tiny file helps gather personal details about her, all to be put up for sale for a tenth of a penny.

The file consists of a single code— 4c812db292272995e5416a323e79bd37—that secretly identifies her as a 26-year-old female in Nashville, Tenn.

The code knows that her favorite movies include "The Princess Bride," "50 First Dates" and "10 Things I Hate About You." It knows she enjoys the "Sex and the City" series. It knows she browses entertainment news and likes to take quizzes.

"Well, I like to think I have some mystery left to me, but apparently not!" Ms. Hayes-Beaty said when told what that snippet of code reveals about her. "The profile is eerily correct."

Ms. Hayes-Beaty is being monitored by Lotame Solutions Inc., a New York company that uses sophisticated software called a "beacon" to capture what people are typing on a website—their comments on movies, say, or their interest in parenting and pregnancy. Lotame packages that data into profiles about individuals, without determining a person’s name, and sells the profiles to companies seeking customers. Ms. Hayes-Beaty’s tastes can be sold wholesale (a batch of movie lovers is $1 per thousand) or customized (26-year-old Southern fans of "50 First Dates").

"We can segment it all the way down to one person," says Eric Porres, Lotame’s chief marketing officer.

One of the fastest-growing businesses on the Internet, a Wall Street Journal investigation has found, is the business of spying on Internet users.

Ashley Hayes-Beaty’s taste in film is tracked by a New York firm—and offered for sale for a tenth of a cent.

Journal Community

The Journal conducted a comprehensive study that assesses and analyzes the broad array of cookies and other surveillance technology that companies are deploying on Internet users. It reveals that the tracking of consumers has grown both far more pervasive and far more intrusive than is realized by all but a handful of people in the vanguard of the industry.

• The study found that the nation’s 50 top websites on average installed 64 pieces of tracking technology onto the computers of visitors, usually with no warning. A dozen sites each installed more than a hundred. The nonprofit Wikipedia installed none.

• Tracking technology is getting smarter and more intrusive. Monitoring used to be limited mainly to "cookie" files that record websites people visit. But the Journal found new tools that scan in real time what people are doing on a Web page, then instantly assess location, income, shopping interests and even medical conditions. Some tools surreptitiously re-spawn themselves even after users try to delete them.

• These profiles of individuals, constantly refreshed, are bought and sold on stock-market-like exchanges that have sprung up in the past 18 months.

The new technologies are transforming the Internet economy. Advertisers once primarily bought ads on specific Web pages—a car ad on a car site. Now, advertisers are paying a premium to follow people around the Internet, wherever they go, with highly specific marketing messages.

It’s rarely a coincidence when you see Web ads for products that match your interests. WSJ’s Christina Tsuei explains how advertisers use cookies to track your online habits.

How to Protect Yourself

Almost every major website you visit is tracking your online activity. Here’s a step-by-step guide to fending off trackers.

 

Surfing the Internet kickstarts a process that passes information about you and your interests to tracking companies and advertisers. See how it works.

 

In between the Internet user and the advertiser, the Journal identified more than 100 middlemen—tracking companies, data brokers and advertising networks—competing to meet the growing demand for data on individual behavior and interests.

The data on Ms. Hayes-Beaty’s film-watching habits, for instance, is being offered to advertisers on BlueKai Inc., one of the new data exchanges.

"It is a sea change in the way the industry works," says Omar Tawakol, CEO of BlueKai. "Advertisers want to buy access to people, not Web pages."

The Journal examined the 50 most popular U.S. websites, which account for about 40% of the Web pages viewed by Americans. (The Journal also tested its own site, WSJ.com.) It then analyzed the tracking files and programs these sites downloaded onto a test computer.

As a group, the top 50 sites placed 3,180 tracking files in total on the Journal’s test computer. Nearly a third of these were innocuous, deployed to remember the password to a favorite site or tally most-popular articles.

But over two-thirds—2,224—were installed by 131 companies, many of which are in the business of tracking Web users to create rich databases of consumer profiles that can be sold.

The top venue for such technology, the Journal found, was IAC/InterActive Corp.’s Dictionary.com. A visit to the online dictionary site resulted in 234 files or programs being downloaded onto the Journal’s test computer, 223 of which were from companies that track Web users.

The information that companies gather is anonymous, in the sense that Internet users are identified by a number assigned to their computer, not by a specific person’s name. Lotame, for instance, says it doesn’t know the name of users such as Ms. Hayes-Beaty—only their behavior and attributes, identified by code number. People who don’t want to be tracked can remove themselves from Lotame’s system.

And the industry says the data are used harmlessly. David Moore, chairman of 24/7 RealMedia Inc., an ad network owned by WPP PLC, says tracking gives Internet users better advertising.

"When an ad is targeted properly, it ceases to be an ad, it becomes important information," he says.

Tracking isn’t new. But the technology is growing so powerful and ubiquitous that even some of America’s biggest sites say they were unaware, until informed by the Journal, that they were installing intrusive files on visitors’ computers.

The Journal found that Microsoft Corp.’s popular Web portal, MSN.com, planted a tracking file packed with data: It had a prediction of a surfer’s age, ZIP Code and gender, plus a code containing estimates of income, marital status, presence of children and home ownership, according to the tracking company that created the file, Targus Information Corp.

Both Targus and Microsoft said they didn’t know how the file got onto MSN.com, and added that the tool didn’t contain "personally identifiable" information.

Tracking is done by tiny files and programs known as "cookies," "Flash cookies" and "beacons." They are placed on a computer when a user visits a website. U.S. courts have ruled that it is legal to deploy the simplest type, cookies, just as someone using a telephone might allow a friend to listen in on a conversation. Courts haven’t ruled on the more complex trackers.

The most intrusive monitoring comes from what are known in the business as "third party" tracking files. They work like this: The first time a site is visited, it installs a tracking file, which assigns the computer a unique ID number. Later, when the user visits another site affiliated with the same tracking company, it can take note of where that user was before, and where he is now. This way, over time the company can build a robust profile.

One such ecosystem is Yahoo Inc.’s ad network, which collects fees by placing targeted advertisements on websites. Yahoo’s network knows many things about recent high-school graduate Cate Reid. One is that she is a 13- to 18-year-old female interested in weight loss. Ms. Reid was able to determine this when a reporter showed her a little-known feature on Yahoo’s website, the Ad Interest Manager, that displays some of the information Yahoo had collected about her.

Yahoo’s take on Ms. Reid, who was 17 years old at the time, hit the mark: She was, in fact, worried that she may be 15 pounds too heavy for her 5-foot, 6-inch frame. She says she often does online research about weight loss.

"Every time I go on the Internet," she says, she sees weight-loss ads. "I’m self-conscious about my weight," says Ms. Reid, whose father asked that her hometown not be given. "I try not to think about it…. Then [the ads] make me start thinking about it."

Yahoo spokeswoman Amber Allman says Yahoo doesn’t knowingly target weight-loss ads at people under 18, though it does target adults.

"It’s likely this user received an untargeted ad," Ms. Allman says. It’s also possible Ms. Reid saw ads targeted at her by other tracking companies.

Information about people’s moment-to-moment thoughts and actions, as revealed by their online activity, can change hands quickly. Within seconds of visiting eBay.com or Expedia.com, information detailing a Web surfer’s activity there is likely to be auctioned on the data exchange run by BlueKai, the Seattle startup.

Each day, BlueKai sells 50 million pieces of information like this about specific individuals’ browsing habits, for as little as a tenth of a cent apiece. The auctions can happen instantly, as a website is visited.

Spokespeople for eBay Inc. and Expedia Inc. both say the profiles BlueKai sells are anonymous and the people aren’t identified as visitors of their sites. BlueKai says its own website gives consumers an easy way to see what it monitors about them.

Tracking files get onto websites, and downloaded to a computer, in several ways. Often, companies simply pay sites to distribute their tracking files.

But tracking companies sometimes hide their files within free software offered to websites, or hide them within other tracking files or ads. When this happens, websites aren’t always aware that they’re installing the files on visitors’ computers.

Often staffed by "quants," or math gurus with expertise in quantitative analysis, some tracking companies use probability algorithms to try to pair what they know about a person’s online behavior with data from offline sources about household income, geography and education, among other things.

The goal is to make sophisticated assumptions in real time—plans for a summer vacation, the likelihood of repaying a loan—and sell those conclusions.

Some financial companies are starting to use this formula to show entirely different pages to visitors, based on assumptions about their income and education levels.

Life-insurance site AccuquoteLife.com, a unit of Byron Udell & Associates Inc., last month tested a system showing visitors it determined to be suburban, college-educated baby-boomers a default policy of $2 million to $3 million, says Accuquote executive Sean Cheyney. A rural, working-class senior citizen might see a default policy for $250,000, he says.

"We’re driving people down different lanes of the highway," Mr. Cheyney says.

Consumer tracking is the foundation of an online advertising economy that racked up $23 billion in ad spending last year. Tracking activity is exploding. Researchers at AT&T Labs and Worcester Polytechnic Institute last fall found tracking technology on 80% of 1,000 popular sites, up from 40% of those sites in 2005.

The Journal found tracking files that collect sensitive health and financial data. On Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc.’s dictionary website Merriam-Webster.com, one tracking file from Healthline Networks Inc., an ad network, scans the page a user is viewing and targets ads related to what it sees there. So, for example, a person looking up depression-related words could see Healthline ads for depression treatments on that page—and on subsequent pages viewed on other sites.

Healthline says it doesn’t let advertisers track users around the Internet who have viewed sensitive topics such as HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases, eating disorders and impotence. The company does let advertisers track people with bipolar disorder, overactive bladder and anxiety, according to its marketing materials.

Targeted ads can get personal. Last year, Julia Preston, a 32-year-old education-software designer in Austin, Texas, researched uterine disorders online. Soon after, she started noticing fertility ads on sites she visited. She now knows she doesn’t have a disorder, but still gets the ads.

It’s "unnerving," she says.

Tracking became possible in 1994 when the tiny text files called cookies were introduced in an early browser, Netscape Navigator. Their purpose was user convenience: remembering contents of Web shopping carts.

Back then, online advertising barely existed. The first banner ad appeared the same year. When online ads got rolling during the dot-com boom of the late 1990s, advertisers were buying ads based on proximity to content—shoe ads on fashion sites.

The dot-com bust triggered a power shift in online advertising, away from websites and toward advertisers. Advertisers began paying for ads only if someone clicked on them. Sites and ad networks began using cookies aggressively in hopes of showing ads to people most likely to click on them, thus getting paid.

Targeted ads command a premium. Last year, the average cost of a targeted ad was $4.12 per thousand viewers, compared with $1.98 per thousand viewers for an untargeted ad, according to an ad-industry-sponsored study in March.

The Journal examined three kinds of tracking technology—basic cookies as well as more powerful "Flash cookies" and bits of software code called "beacons."

More than half of the sites examined by the Journal installed 23 or more "third party" cookies. Dictionary.com installed the most, placing 159 third-party cookies.

Cookies are typically used by tracking companies to build lists of pages visited from a specific computer. A newer type of technology, beacons, can watch even more activity.

Beacons, also known as "Web bugs" and "pixels," are small pieces of software that run on a Web page. They can track what a user is doing on the page, including what is being typed or where the mouse is moving.

The majority of sites examined by the Journal placed at least seven beacons from outside companies. Dictionary.com had the most, 41, including several from companies that track health conditions and one that says it can target consumers by dozens of factors, including zip code and race.

Dictionary.com President Shravan Goli attributed the presence of so many tracking tools to the fact that the site was working with a large number of ad networks, each of which places its own cookies and beacons. After the Journal contacted the company, it cut the number of networks it uses and beefed up its privacy policy to more fully disclose its practices.

The widespread use of Adobe Systems Inc.’s Flash software to play videos online offers another opportunity to track people. Flash cookies originally were meant to remember users’ preferences, such as volume settings for online videos.

But Flash cookies can also be used by data collectors to re-install regular cookies that a user has deleted. This can circumvent a user’s attempt to avoid being tracked online. Adobe condemns the practice.

Most sites examined by the Journal installed no Flash cookies. Comcast.net installed 55.

That finding surprised the company, which said it was unaware of them. Comcast Corp. subsequently determined that it had used a piece of free software from a company called Clearspring Technologies Inc. to display a slideshow of celebrity photos on Comcast.net. The Flash cookies were installed on Comcast’s site by that slideshow, according to Comcast.

Clearspring, based in McLean, Va., says the 55 Flash cookies were a mistake. The company says it no longer uses Flash cookies for tracking.

CEO Hooman Radfar says Clearspring provides software and services to websites at no charge. In exchange, Clearspring collects data on consumers. It plans eventually to sell the data it collects to advertisers, he says, so that site users can be shown "ads that don’t suck." Comcast’s data won’t be used, Clearspring says.

Wittingly or not, people pay a price in reduced privacy for the information and services they receive online. Dictionary.com, the site with the most tracking files, is a case study.

The site’s annual revenue, about $9 million in 2009 according to an SEC filing, means the site is too small to support an extensive ad-sales team. So it needs to rely on the national ad-placing networks, whose business model is built on tracking.

Think about how these technologies and the associated analytics can be used in other industries and social settings (e.g. education) for real beneficial impacts. This is nothing new for the web, the now that it has matured, it can be a positive game-changer.

—Mitchell Weisberg

Dictionary.com executives say the trade-off is fair for their users, who get free access to its dictionary and thesaurus service.

"Whether it’s one or 10 cookies, it doesn’t have any impact on the customer experience, and we disclose we do it," says Dictionary.com spokesman Nicholas Graham. "So what’s the beef?"

The problem, say some industry veterans, is that so much consumer data is now up for sale, and there are no legal limits on how that data can be used.

Until recently, targeting consumers by health or financial status was considered off-limits by many large Internet ad companies. Now, some aim to take targeting to a new level by tapping online social networks.

Media6Degrees Inc., whose technology was found on three sites by the Journal, is pitching banks to use its data to size up consumers based on their social connections. The idea is that the creditworthy tend to hang out with the creditworthy, and deadbeats with deadbeats.

"There are applications of this technology that can be very powerful," says Tom Phillips, CEO of Media6Degrees. "Who knows how far we’d take it?"

—Emily Steel, Jennifer Valentino-DeVries and Tom McGinty contributed to this report.

Write to Julia Angwin at julia.angwin@wsj.com

Courtesy: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703940904575395073512989404.html?mod=WSJ_hpp_LEFTTopStories

Filed under: Online safety Tips

Reader’s Club Programme 2010-2011

 

Programme

Proposed Dates

Remarks

01

Inauguration of Reader’s Club

April Third week

Beginning of Reader’s Club activities for the session (in connection with the World Book and Copyright Day)

02

Club Formation

July First week

Member registration, committee formation

03

Book Fairs

03 times in a year

By external agencies

04

International School Library Day (ISLD)

25 Oct. 2010

Talk by an eminent Librarian and other activities

05

Children’s Day

11-15 Nov.2010

Exhibition of books on or by Jawaharlal Nehru .Competitions

06

National Library Week

17-24 Nov. 2010

  1. Book review

  2. Designing book jackets

  3. Story telling

  4. Book reading

  5. Literary quiz

  6. Designing Bookmarks

07

Competitions

Through out the year

  1. Bookmark designing competition

  2. Inter school Debate

  3. Harry Potter Fest

  4. Smart Web searcher contest

08

Library Visit

January 2011

State Central library/Children’s Library

09

Screening of VCDs

Once in a month

Screening of Educational and issue based VCDs for children

10

Information & Media Literacy Programmes

Quarterly

Information and media Skill development.

11

Valedictory Function

January 2011

Prize distribution

Filed under: Reader's Club,

New Arrivals (31/07/2010)

NEW BOOKS

Call Number

Author

Title

T510 NCE-M.12.II

NCERT

Mathematics Textbook for Class XII – Part II

T510 NCE-M.12.I

NCERT

Mathematics Textbook for Class XII – Part I

T 930 NCE-S

NCERT

Social Science: Our Pasts – III Part 2 : Textbook in History for Class VIII

T 570 NCE-B.12

NCERT

Biology: Textbook for class XII

T 570 NCE-B.11

NCERT

Biology: Textbook for class XI

T 540 NCE-C.12.2

NCERT

Chemistry; part II – textbook for class XII

T 540 NCE-C.11.1

NCERT

Chemistry; part I- textbook for class XI

T 530 NCE-P.12.1

NCERT

Physics; part I – textbook for class XII

T 530 NCE-P.11.2

NCERT

Physics; part II – textbook for class XI

T 510 NCE-M.6

NCERT

Mathematics Textbook for Class VI

T 510 NCE-M.10

NCERT

Mathematics Textbook for Class XI

T 500 NCE-S.10

NCERT

Science; Textbook for Class X

T 500 NCE-S.09

NCERT

Science; Textbook for Class IX

T 420.7 CBS-9

CBSC

Interact in English: Literature Reader – A textbook for English Course (Communicative) Class IX

T 420 CBS.9

CBSE

Interact in English: Workbook for English commu nicative for class IX

T 420 CBS.9

CBSE

Interact in English: Main Coursebook for English communicative for class IX

T 954 NCE-O

NCERT

Our Pasts- III:Part 2. Social Science textbook in History for Class VIII

T 4H0.7 NCE-K.10

NCERT

Kshithij, Bhag2: Kaksha 10 a padyakram keliye Hindi ki padyapusthak (h)

R 745 CHA-G

Charner, Kathy ed.

Giant encyclopedia of art and craft activities for children

R 551.6 AL -O

Al Gore

Our choice: a plan to solve the climate crisis

R 502.803 ROB-E

Robson, Pam and Seller, Mick

Encyclopedia of Science Projects

R 294.5923 RAM-M.2

Ramesh Menon

Mahabharata: a modern rendering 2 vols.

R 030 MAT-M45

Mathew, K M, Ed.

Manorama yearbook-2010

R 030 ARL-A

Bingham, Caroline and Morgan, Ben, ed.

Nature encyclopedia

R 030 ARL-A

Arlon, Penelope

Animal encyclopedia

R 001 ASH-T

Ash, Russell

Top 10 of everything

R H423.1 ARA-S.2

Aravind Kumar

Samantar Kosh (Hindi Thesaurus) (h) Part.2

R H423.1 ARA-S.1

Aravind Kumar

Samantar Kosh (Hindi Thesaurus) (h) Part.1

R H 657 KEN-K

Kendriya vidyalaya sangathan

Kendriy vidyalayom ke liye lekha samhita (h):

R 929 WOR-W.01

World Book Inc.

World Book’s encyclopedia of flags, Vol.1-12

R 551.6 WOR-W

World Bank

World development report 2010: Development and climate change

R 423.1 BUD-S

Bud and Wileman, Ed

Spelling dictionary

R 371.4 EDU-C

Educational Consultants India Ltd., Comp.,

Compendium on scholarships, fellowships, freeships and educational loans for study in India and abroad

R 031 WOR-W.01

World Book, Inc.

World Book discovery encyclopedia Vol.1-13

R 030 COM

Sachdeva, S K , Ed

Competition success review: Year Book 2010*

R 030

Gallagher, Belinda, Ed

Children’s A to Z encyclopedia

R 001.076 THO-P

Thorpe, Edgar and Thorpe, Showick

Pearson General studies manual for the UPSC civil services preliminary examination 2010

R 001.076 SIJ-M

Sijwali B S and Tarun Goyal

MAT: A complete reference manual

R 001.076 BAB-K

IET

Kerala medical entrance question bank

R 001 KRI-B

Krishna Kumar. S

Big book of talent

R 001 HAC-H

Hachette

Hachette children’s infopedia and yearbook 2010

R 001 BIN-S

Bingham, Caroline, Ed.

Space encyclopedia: First reference for young reader’s and writers

954 MOH-A

Mohinder Singh

Akali movement

954 IRF-P

Irfan Habib

People’s history of India: 2 The indus civilization

954 IRF-P

Irfan Habib

People’s history of India: 1 Prehistory

927.96 SAN-I

Sanford, Christopher

Imran Khan: The cricketer, the celebrity , the politician

927.8 JAC-M

Jackson, Michwel

Moon walk

925.1 NAS-B

Nasar, Sylvia

Beautiful mind: The life of mathematical genius and Nobel laurete John Nash

923.554 VIN-T

Vinita Kamte

To the last bullet: An inspiring story of braveheart Ashok Kamte

923.254 NAR-M

Narayan Desai

My life is my message, 1: Sadhana (1869-1915)

923.254 JAS-J

Jaswant Singh

Jinnah: India-partition, independence

923.251 PAT

Dalai Lama

Path to freedom: Freedom in exile and ancient wisdom, modern world

923.173 OBA-D

Obama, Barack

Dreams from my father

920.054 TAN-H

Tandon R K

Hanged for their patriotism

920.02 GUE-M

Guest, Tim

My life in orange

912 SCH

TTK

New modern school atlas

912 ANI-P

Anita Ganeri and Chris Oxlude

Picture atlas

828 ARI-P

Arias, Juan

Paulo Coelho: Confessions of a pilgrims

823.01 SAR-F

Sarrantonio, AI, Ed

Fifty horror stories

823.01 HEM-W

Hemingway, Ernest

Winner take nothing

823.01 DZI-F

Dziemianowicz, Stefan, Ed

Fifty more witch stories

823.01 DZI-F

Dziemianowicz, Stefan, Ed

Fifty more ghost stories

823.01 DZI-F

Dziemianowicz, Stefan, Ed

Fifty more detective stories

823.01 DZI-F

Dziemianowicz, Stefan, Ed

Fifty detective stories

823.01 DIX-H

Dixon, Franklin W

Hardy Boys : Ghost stories

823.01 BAS-P

Basheer, Vaikom Muhammad

Poovan banana and other stories

823 WIL-M

Wilson, Jacqueline

Midnight

823 VIK-S

Vikas Swarup

Six suspects

823 USH-C

Usha, K R

Chosen

823 SUJ-C

Sujit Saraf

Confession of Sultana daku

823 STO-L

Stone, Irving

Lust for life

823 STE-A

Stein, Garth

Art of racing in the rain

823 SET-W

Sethi, Ali

Wish maker

823 ROB-B

Roberts, Nora

Bithright

823 PAO-B

Paolini, Christopher

Brisingr: The seven promises of eragon shadeslayer and saphira bjartskular

823 PAM-M

Pamuk, Orhan

Museum of innocence

823 NAR-T

Narayan, R K

Talkative man

823 MUR-W

Murakami, Haruki

Wind-up bird chronicle

823 MUR-W

Murakami, Haruki

Wild sheep chase

823 MUL-L

Muller, Herta

Land of green plums

823 MON-A

Montgomery, L M

Anne of green gables

823 MEY-N

Meyer, Stephenie

New moon

823 MEY-E

Meyer, Stephenie

Eclipse

823 MEY-B

Meyer, Stephenie

Breaking dawn

823 LAR-G

Larsson, Stieg

Girl who kicked the hornet’s nest

823 KIP-S

Kipling, Rudgard

Second jungle book

823 JAQ-S

Jaques, Brian

Salamandastron

823 JAC-B

Jacques,Brian

Bell maker

823 IRA-Y

Irawati Karve

Yuganta: The end of an epoch

823 HEM-F

Hemingway, Ernest

For whom the bell tolls

823 HEM-D

Hemingway, Ernest

Death in the afternoon

823 HEM-A

Hemingway, Ernest

Across the river and into the trees

823 HAR-R

Harris, Thomas

Red dragon

823 GRE-T

Green, Roger Lancelyn

Tale of ancient egypt

823 GIU-D

Giuttari, Michele

Death of a mafia don

823 ECO-F

Eco, Umberto

Foucault’s pendulum

823 DIX-N

Dixon, Franklin W

Nancy boys and the Hardy boys super mystery

823 DIX-H

Dixon, Franklin W

Hardy Boys: Bayport buccaneers

823 DIX-H

Dixon, Franklin W

Hardy Boys, Deprivation house

823 DIX-H

Dixon, Franklin W

Hardy Boys 140 : Slam dunk sabottage

823 DEE-P

Deepanjana Pal

Painter: A life of Ravi Varma

823 DAH-C

Dahl, Roald

Complete adventure of Charlie and Mr. Willy Wonka

823 DAH-C

Dahl, Roald

Charlie and the great glass elevator

823 DAH-C

Dahl, Roald

Charlie and the chocolate factory

823 DAH-C

Dahl, Roald

Matilda

823 COT-A

Cotterill, Colin

Anarchy and old dogs

823 CHR-P

Chrichton, Michael

Pirate latitudes

823 CAN-C

Canfield, Jack, et al.

Chicken soup for the Indian armed forces soul

823 CAB-P.T

Cabot, Meg

Princess diaries: Take two

823 CAB-P.T

Cabot, Meg

Princess diaries: Mia goes fourth

823 CAB-M

Cabot, Meg

Mediator 5: Grave doubts

823 CAB-M

Cabot, Meg

Mediator 2: High stakes

823 CAB-M

Cabot, Meg

Mediator 4: Young blood

823 CAB-M

Cabot, Meg

Mediator 6: heaven sent

823 CAB-M

Cabot, Meg

Mediator 3: Mean spirit

823 BLY-M

Blyton, Enid

More about Amelia Jane!

823 BLY-B

Blyton, Enid

Tales of Betsy-May

823 BLY-B

Blyton, Enid

Brer rabbit’s a rascal

823 BLY-B

Blyton, Enid

Brer rabbit book

823 BLY-B

Blyton, Enid

Adventures of Pip

823 ATW-C

Atwood, Margaret

Cat’s eye

821.08 HEA-S

Heaney, Seamus and Hughes, Ted, Ed

School bag

821.08 DE -B

De Souza, Eric

Both sides of the sky: Post independence indian poetry in english

808.87 BAY-H

Bayard, Pierre

How to talk about books you haven’t read

808.068 VAL-R

Valmiki

Ramayana

808.068 SIG-I

Sigrun srivastava

India’s young heroes

808.068 SAM-H

Samuel Israel

How books are made

808.068 RUS-G

Ruskin Bond

Growing up with trees…

808.068 RAM-T

Ramesh Bakshi

Tilli – tithali

808.068 MAN-A

manoj das

A bride inside a casket and other tales

808.068 IND-W

Indraneil das

World of turtles and crocodiles

808.068 GIJ-C

Gijubhai Bhadeka

Chor Machaye Shor (h)

808.068 DEE-P

Deepak Kumar Kalitha

Pyara dosth (h)

808.068 DAV-T

Davidar E R C

Toda and the tahr

808.068 CHH-W

Chhapgar, B F

Wonder world under water

808.068 CHH-W

Chhapgar B F

Wonders of the deep sea

808.068 CHH-W

Chhapgar B F

Wonder world under water

808.068 ALI-I

Ali, Mir Najabat

Inventiions that changed the world. Part 2

808.068 ALI-I

Ali, Mir Najabat

Inventiions that changed the world. Part 1

796 CHO-A

Chowdhury T P S

Adventure sports

793.3 JOY

Leela Samson

Joy of classical dances of India

760 ELL-L

Ella Datta

Lines and colours: Discovering Indian Art

650 MET

Balachandran, G

Methodology and perspectives of business studies

627.12 RAD-R

Radhakant Bharati

Rivers of India

616.0252 LAL-P

Lal, Kalpana Sood

Prevention of burns

611 BIJ-H

Bijlani, R L and Manchanda, S K

Human machine

597.9 WOR

Whitaker, Zai and

World of turtles and crocodiles

591 VIN-C

Vinod Sharma

Care of domestic animals

591 SUK-S

Sukanya Dutta

Social life of animals

581.634 JAI-M

Jain, S K

Medicinal plants

551.22 SRI-E

Srivastava H N

Earthquakes: Forecasting and mitigation

551.22 SRI-C

Srivastava H N

Coastal hazards: cyclones, tsunamis and other disasters

540 KAP-O100

Kapil, P N, et al.

Objective chemistry Vol.3

540 KAP-O100

Kapil, P N, et al.

Objective chemistry Vol.2

540 KAP-O100

Kapil, P N, et al.

Objective chemistry Vol.1

540 KAP-O100

Arora, O P, et al.

Objectivemathematics Vol.1

523.1 RAZ-M

Razeghpanah, Violet

Mir space station

520 RAJ-T

Rajan, Mohan Sundara

Telescopes in India

510.3 TUR-T

Turner, Garda

Targeting maths dictiionary

510 PHI-T

Philip, Sam

Thousand math problems

510 GOY-P

Goyal S K

Problem book in mathematics for IIT JEE, AIEEE, DCE & other regional engineering entrance exams

510 ARO-O76

Arora, O P. et al.

Objectivemathematics Vol.2

503 WEL-Q

Wellington, J J

Questions dictionary of Science

502 SUK-O

Sukanya Datta

Once upon a blue moon: Science fiction stories

502 LAV-S

Lavakare P J

Science and you

502 KOT-O

Kothare, A N et al.

Of science and scientists: An anthology of anecdotes

502 IND-L.4

Indumati Rao and C N R Rao

Learning Science Part 4: Biology and life

502 IND-L.3

Indumati Rao and C N R Rao

Learning Science Part 3: The world of chemistry

502 IND-L.2

Indumati Rao and C N R Rao

Learning Science Part 2:The world of physics and energy

502 IND-L.1

Indumati Rao and C N R Rao

Learning Science Part 1: Universe, solar system, earth

502 GOP-I

Gopalakrishnan K V

Impact of Science and Technology on mankind

502 CAR-M

Card, Orson scott

Masterpieces: The best science fiction of the twentieth century

502 BIM-M

Biman Basu

Marching ahead with science: Science and technology in India since independence

428 BRO-E

Brown, Kristine

Essay writing: step-by-step

425 RAP-S

Rapidex

Self letter drafting course

425 KIM-G

Kimes, Joanne and Muschla, Gary Robert

Grammar sucks: What to do to make your writing much more better

423 SHE-D

Sheila Dignen

Dictionary

420.7 MAR-I

Marks, Jon

IELTS Resource pack

420.7 HAR-A

Harrison, Louis, et al

Achieve IELTS 1, English for international education: Workbook, Intermediate-upper intermediate

420.7 HAR-A

Cushen, Caroline, et al

Achieve IELTS 2, English for international education: Student’s book,, Upper intermediate-Advanced band 5.5 to 7.5

420.7 HAR-A

Cushen, Caroline, et al

Achieve IELTS 2, English for international education: Workbook, Upper intermediate-Advanced band 5.5 to 7.5

420.7 HAR-A

Harrison, Louis and Cushen, Caroline

Achieve IELTS 1, English for international education: Student’s Book, Intermediate-upper intermediate

420 ADD

Addone King’s English: The first encyclopaedia on English language

375 CBS-S

CBSE

Senior school curriculum, 2011, Vol.I: Main subjects

375 CBS-S

CBSE

Secondary school curriculum, 2011, Vol.I: Main subjects

372.86 CBS-T

CBSE

Teacher’s manual: Physical education primary level (Physical education cards), Class I-V

371.9 KUS-C

Kushwah, Dushyant

Children with dyslexia: a handbook for parents and teachers

371.4 YAT-G

Yate, Martin John

Great answers to tough interview questions

371.4 WIL-U2

Williams, Lynn

Ultimate job search

371.4 BAR-C2

Barett, Jim

Career aptitude and selection tests

371.39 PRO

Moursund, David

Project based learning using information technology

371.39 HAR-U

Harlen, Wynne and Elstgeest, Jos

UNESCO sourcebook for science in the primary school: A workshop approach to teacher education

371.3 MAR-L

Mary Ann Dasgupta

Low-cost, No-cost teaching aids

370.15 MUK-W

Mukunda, Kamala V

What did you ask at school today ?: A handbook of child learning

370.15 MUK-M

Mukhopadhyay Suvasish

Motivating school kids

370.15 MEE-T

Meera Ravi

Teaching through the heart: Action plan for better teaching

370.15 KRI-C

Krishna Kumar

Child’s language and the teacher: A handbook

370.15 FRY-G

Fry, Ron

Great big book of how to study

370.113 JAM-O

James, Jayne W and Bailey Gerald D

Online professional development: A customized approach for technology leaders

363.73 MAN-E

manivasakam, N

Environmental pollution

363.7 SES-P

Seshagiri, N

Pollution

342 NIK-E

Nikhil Dey

Employment Guarantee act

320.55 DES-M.4

Desai, Narayan

My life is my message. vol.IV Satyagraha(1940-48)

320.55 DES-M.3

Desai, Narayan

My life is my message. vol.III Satyagraha(1930-1940)

320.55 DES-M.2

Desai, Narayan

My life is my message. vol.II Satyagraha(1915-1930)

320.03 HAN-N

Hanson, Jim

NTC’s dictionary of debate

303.66 HOL-O

Holmes, Richard and Evans, Martin Marix, Ed.

Oxford guide to battles

303.66 GOP-I

Gopalakrishnan, K V

Impact of science and technology on warfare

297 KHA-P

Khan, Maulana Wahiduddin

Prophet of peace: Teaching of the prophet Muhammad

294.55 TEM

Krishna Deva

Temples of north India

202 GOL-C

Goldsmith, Sheherazade

Christmas book

180 ABD-G

Abdul Kalam, A P J

Guiding souls: Dialogues on the purpose of life

158.1 TIM

Cook, Marshall J

Time management

158.1 SAP-J

Sapre, S A

Joy of work

158.1 REY-M

Reynolds, Susan

My dad is my hero

155.4 MIL-S

Miller, Karen

Simple steps: developmental activities for infants, toddlers and two-year-olds

155.4 JHA-K

Jha, Sudhir Nath

Khel khel main bachchon ki vikas: Play activities for child development (h)

115 BAL-A

Bal Phondke

About time

070.19 KAR-M

Karan Thapar

More salt than pepper

025 AGA-P

Agarwal, O P

Preservation of art objects and library materials

006.454 RAJ-E

Rajadhyaksha, Medha S

Exploring speech and language

001.076 VIN-C

Vinay Kumar

Complete biology for medical entrance examination

001.076 TRI-I

Trishna Knowledge Systems

IIT foundation series, Class 10: Physics

001.076 TRI-I

Trishna Knowledge Systems

IIT foundation series, Class 10: Mathematics

001.076 TRI-I

Trishna Knowledge Systems

IIT foundation series, Class 8: Chemistry

001.076 TRI-I

Trishna Knowledge Systems

IIT foundation series, Class 8: Mathematics

001.076 TRI-I

Trishna Knowledge Systems

IIT foundation series, Class 8: Physics

001.076 TRI-I

Trishna Knowledge Systems

IIT foundation series, Class 9: Chemistry

001.076 TRI-I

Trishna Knowledge Systems

IIT foundation series, Class 9: Physics

001.076 TRI-I

Trishna Knowledge Systems

IIT foundation series, Class 10: Chemistry

001.076 TMH-I

TMH

IIT Mathematics: Topic-wise solved questions since 1978

001.076 TMH-I

TMH

IIT master: Solutions to 25 years IIT-JEE objective questions

001.076 TMH-C

TMH

Course in mathematics for IIT -JEE, 2010

001.076 SOL

Solved papers CAT – C0mmon Admission Test including practice papers

001.076 SIJ-F

Sijwali, B S and Ajay Sing

Face 2 face with 12 years'(1997-2008) MAT Management Aptitude Test

001.076 SHA-N

Sharma, Bhagawat Swarup, et al

National Talent Search Examination and national Means-cum-Merit Scholarship for clas VIII

001.076 PAL-S

Pallavi Aggarwal

Science olympiad foundations’ International mathematics olympiad: Work book 1-10

001.076 MIS-P

Mishra S

Practice problems in physics for engineering and medical college entrance examinations

001.076 GUP-N26

Gupta, Anjani A

NDA: National diffence academy and naval academy examination

001.076 GUL-M

Gulati, S L

Mathematics for NDA

001.076 DIS-N

Disha

NTSE: National Talent Search Examination, class VIII

001.076 COM

Complete chemistry foe AIEEE 2010

001.076 COM

AIEEE chemistry in 30 days

001.076 CAR-I

Carter, Philip

IQ and personality tests

001.076 BRY-A

Bryon, Mike

Advanced numeracy test workbook

001.076 ARI-N

Arihant

NTSE exam 2010 for class VIII

001.076 ARI-K

Arihant

Kerala-CEE, medical, Kerala common entrance exam: 12 years’ solved papers (1998-2009)

001.076 ARI-K

Arihant

Kerala-CEE, Engineering: Twelve years’ solved papers)1998-2009)

001.076 ARI-I

Arihant

Indian Air Force airman Group ‘Y’ (non technical trades) examination

001.076 ARI-I

Arihant

Indian Air Force Airman Group ‘X’ (technical trades) examination

001.076 ARI-A

Arihant

AIIMS, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi MBBS entrance exam: Solved papers (1999-2009) and 5mock tests

001.076 ARI-A

Arihant

AFMC entrace exam: Solved papers (1999-2009) and 5 mock tests

001.076 ARI-A

Arihant

AIEEE Chemistry: Chapterwise solutions with 10 mock tests

001.076 ARI-1

Arihant

12 years’ solved papers(1998-2009) Kerala-CEE Medical

001.076 ARI-1

Arihant

12 years’ solved papers(1998-2009) Kerala-CEE Engineering

001.076 ANI-N

Anita Tayal

National Science olympiad: Read ‘n’ tick work book, Class 2-10

001.076 AIE

AIEEE physics in 30 days

001.076 AIE

AIEEE maythematics in 30 days

001 TAY-B

Taylor, Andrew

Books that changed the world: The fifty most influential books in human history

001 TAR-G

Tarun Goyal

General knowledge 2010

001 KRI-S

Krishna Kumar. S

Super quiz 2010: a comprehensive study on general knowledge

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