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Vijayakrishna Griddaluru
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Finally! నాయని కృష్ణకుమారిగారి కాశ్మీర దీపకళిక is live on the iBookstore!
Try searching for 'nayani' or 'kalika' in the iBooks app on your iPhone or iPad.

Disclosure:
I published the book digitally but the entire proceeds go to a special account created by the author's family as they are planning to set up a scholarship/charity under her name.

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English Reader - Class V
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Fifth English (58 photos)
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Fifth English
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A very interesting set of articles.

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"Take today’s cities. They are full of parked cars. I estimate that the average car is immobile 96 percent of its lifetime. This situation leads to a world full of underused cars and occupied parking spaces.

Self-driving cars will enable car sharing even in spread-out suburbs. A car will come to you just when you need it. And when you are done with it, the car will just drive away, so you won’t even have to look for parking."

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"Black holes, regions of space where gravity is so intense that not even light can escape from it, are among the weirdest of the predictions of Albert Einstein’s curved-space theory of gravity, general relativity — so weird that Einstein himself did not believe it. He once wrote to a friend that there ought to be a law of nature forbidding such a thing."

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"You can zoom in and out and pan across the plane to explore the function in more detail. You can also draw multiple functions by separating them with commas. This feature covers an extensive range of single variable functions including trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic and their compositions, and is available in modern browsers."

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"Life would be very different without the work Dennis did singlehandedly in just a few months."

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An interesting overview of the general principles of brain development and plasticity.

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It turns out that willpower is in your head.
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