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      thanx abhilash

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      Quote Originally Posted by abhilash chandran bc View Post
      Ende aadya cherukatha samaharam ' AZHATHIL EVIDEYO' kollam Yuvamela publication publish cheythu.Eppol kollam pusthakamela nadakkunnu avide ee book vilkunnundu.


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      njan onnu podi thatti edukkuva ee thread...!!!

      These posts are followed from DC books Trivandrum updates..!!!...these books will br avilable on thr outlets..!!!

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      N o w O n S a l e
      ORPHAN OF ISLAM
      Alexander Khan
      Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
      ISBN: 9780007444786
      Price: Rs. 350.00
      Born in 1975 in the UK to a Pakistani father
      and an English mother, Alexander Khan
      spent his early years as a Muslim in the
      north of England. But at the age of three his
      family was torn apart when his father took
      him to Pakistan. Despite his desperate cries,
      that were the last he saw of his mother – he
      was told she had walked out and abandoned
      them; many years later he learned she was
      told he’d died in a car crash in Pakistan.
      Three years on Alex is brought back to
      England, but kept hidden at all times. His
      father disappears to Pakistan again, leaving
      Alex in the care of a stepmother and her
      cruel brother. And it is then that his
      troubles really begin. Seen as an outsider by
      both the white kids and the Pakistani kids,
      Alex is lost and alone. When his father dies
      unexpectedly, Alex is sent back to Pakistan to
      stay with his ‘family’ and learn to behave like
      a ‘good Muslim’.
      Now alone in a strange, hostile country, with
      nobody to protect him, Alex realizes what it
      is to be truly orphaned. No one would listen.
      No one would help. And no one cared when
      he was kidnapped by men from his own
      family and sent to a fundamentalist
      Madrassa on the Afghanistan border.
      A fascinating and compelling account of
      young boy caught between two cultures, this
      book tells the true story of a child
      desperately searching for his place in the
      world; the tale of a boy, lost and alone,
      trying to find a way to repair a life shattered
      by the shocking event he witnessed through
      a crack in the door of a house in an isolated
      village in Pakistan.

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      DC Books Thiruvananthapuram
      N o w O n S a l e
      NATURAL DISASTERS AND INDIAN HISTORY
      Tirthankar Roy
      Publisher: Oxford University Press
      ISBN: 0198075375
      Price: Rs. 195.00
      The Oxford India Short Introductions are
      concise, stimulating, and accessible guides
      to different aspects of India. Combining
      authoritative analysis, new ideas, and diverse
      perspectives, they discuss subjects which are
      topical yet enduring, as also emerging areas
      of study and debate.
      This short and exploratory study is the first
      to engage with a social and economic history
      of natural disasters in India. Based on the
      study of a number of events that occurred in
      colonial India between 1770 and 1935, the
      author argues that the impact of natural
      disasters requires a graded sense of time.
      The book draws on three themes-market,
      politics, and knowledge, roughly
      corresponding to three time scales-the
      short, the medium, and the long run,
      respectively. These frame the case studies of
      famines, earthquakes, and storms covered in
      the book.
      These studies illustrate that disasters
      become devastating events by impairing the
      capacity of the state and civil society; they
      create gainers and losers; and they destroy
      cooperation. Yet, as the author points out,
      disasters have also enabled new
      understandings of nature, state, and society,
      on the basis of which useful new knowledge
      could grow.

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      DC Books Thiruvananthapuram
      N o w O n S a l e
      MINISTRY OF HURT SENTIMENTS
      Altaf Tyrewala
      Publisher: Harper Collins India
      ISBN: 9789350293393
      Price: Rs. 299.00
      From the author of No God in Sight comes
      another genrebending work of far-reaching
      literary consequence. With its all-
      encompassing narrative and startling
      imagery, Ministry of Hurt Sentiments
      celebrates the dystopia that is modernday
      Mumbai.
      This is a genre-breaking work that tells a
      story in verse, unlike anything else done
      before in India. Altaf Tyrewala is one of the
      most prominent authors writing in India
      today and the book, set in modern-day
      Mumbai, gets its strength from the fact that
      it is his vision

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      DC Books Thiruvananthapuram
      N o w O n S a l e
      Discusses a wide range of applications of
      probability theory in science, economics,
      and a variety of other contexts.
      PROBABILITY: A Very Short Introduction
      John Haigh
      Publisher: Oxford University Press
      ISBN: 9780199588480
      Price: Rs. 165.00
      Making good decisions under conditions of
      uncertainty - which is the norm - requires a
      sound appreciation of the way random
      chance works. As analysis and modelling of
      most aspects of the world, and all
      measurement, are necessarily imprecise and
      involve uncertainties of varying degrees, the
      understanding and management of
      probabilities is central to much work in the
      sciences and economics.
      In this Very Short Introduction, John Haigh
      introduces the ideas of probability and
      different philosophical approaches to
      probability, and gives a brief account of the
      history of development of probability theory,
      from Galileo and Pascal to Bayes, Laplace,
      Poisson, and Markov.
      He describes the basic probability
      distributions, and goes on to discuss a wide
      range of applications in science, economics,
      and a variety of other contexts such as
      games and betting. He concludes with an
      intriguing discussion of coincidences and
      some curious paradoxes.

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      DC Books Thiruvananthapuram
      N o w O n S a l e
      GREAT GAME EAST:
      India, China and the Struggle for Asia’s Most
      Volatile Frontier
      Bertil Lintner
      Publisher: Harper Collins India
      ISBN: 9789350293454
      Price: Rs. 699.00
      There was the 'Great Game', the complex
      political machinations of Victorian Britain
      and Tsarist Russia in the nineteenth century;
      and there was the 'New Great Game', the
      conflict between the Western powers and
      Russia and China over Central Asia's oil and
      natural resources. But there is another Great
      Game that's playing out in Asia one that will
      significantly impact the course of global
      politics. Bertil Lintner calls it the 'Great Game
      East'.
      On the eastern fringes of the Indian
      subcontinent, the rivalry between India and
      China grows ever warmer. The call of the
      Nehruvian era, Hindi-Chini Bhai-Bhai, was
      drowned out by the resistance in Tibet and
      the unrest in India's northeast, and the role
      the two countries played in these. The rivalry
      resulted in an on-the-ground battle in 1962,
      and an undeclared war since. Spies and
      agents from both countries have been
      stirring up trouble in the volatile frontier
      areas all these years.
      Besides, intelligence agencies of various
      other countries (the United States, among
      them) have also been keeping a sharp eye on
      the developments in the region, particularly
      India's northeast. Strategically located at the
      crossroads of the Indian subcontinent, China
      and Southeast Asia, the northeastern states
      of India and the continuing armed strife in
      that sector hold the key to understanding
      the true complexity of the hostilities and
      political ambitions that Asia's two giants
      harbour.
      In the Great Game East: India, China and the
      Struggle for Asia's Most Volatile Frontier,
      Bertil Lintner - acknowledged as one of the
      foremost experts on insurgencies in the
      region - unpacks the layers and layers of
      complex political intrigues and spy networks
      that define the Great Game East. A must-
      read for anyone who wishes to understand
      the political future of a continent, or indeed
      the world.
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      Eastern Economic Review for more than
      twenty years, covering Burma and related
      issues. He now writes for Asia Times Online
      and the Swedish daily Svenska Dagbladet.
      Lintner has numerous books to his credit
      and is a recognized expert on Burmese
      issues as well as ethnic minorities,
      insurgencies and narcotics in Southeast and
      South Asia

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      updated :-16/9/2012

      bakki pinnae...:-)

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      DC Books Thiruvananthapuram
      J u s t A r r i v e d !
      A compelling and frank account of one of the
      most extraordinary stories in recent literary
      history: Salman Rushdie and the fatwa.
      JOSEPH ANTON: A Memoir
      Salman Rushdie
      Publisher: Jonathan Cape
      ISBN: 9780224093972
      Price: 799.00
      On February 14, 1989, Valentine’s Day,
      Salman Rushdie was telephoned by a BBC
      journalist and told that he had been
      “sentenced to death” by the Ayatollah
      Khomeini. For the first time he heard the
      word fatwa. His crime? To have written a
      novel called The Satanic Verses, which was
      accused of being “against Islam, the Prophet
      and the Quran.”
      So begins the extraordinary story of how a
      writer was forced underground, moving from
      house to house, with the constant presence
      of an armed police protection team. He was
      asked to choose an alias that the police
      could call him by. He thought of writers he
      loved and combinations of their names; then
      it came to him: Conrad and Chekhov—
      Joseph Anton.
      How do a writer and his family live with the
      threat of murder for more than nine years?
      How does he go on working? How does he
      fall in and out of love? How does despair
      shape his thoughts and actions, how and
      why does he stumble, how does he learn to
      fight back?
      In this remarkable memoir Rushdie tells that
      story for the first time; the story of one of
      the crucial battles, in our time, for freedom
      of speech. He talks about the sometimes
      grim, sometimes comic realities of living with
      armed policemen, and of the close bonds he
      formed with his protectors; of his struggle
      for support and understanding from
      governments, intelligence chiefs, publishers,
      journalists, and fellow writers; and of how
      he regained his freedom.
      It is a book of exceptional frankness and
      honesty, compelling, provocative, moving,
      and of vital importance. Because what
      happened to Salman Rushdie was the first
      act of a drama that is still unfolding
      somewhere in the world every day.

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