Monthly Current Affairs September 2016 “BOOKS & AUTHORS ” key points to Remember.
AB de Villiers to share his life in ‘AB: The Autobiography which was released by Pan Macmillan
across the UK, Australia, New Zealand and India.
The biography of Bollywoodactor and politician Shatrughan Sinha titled ‘Anything but Khamosh’ was
launched inNepal. The book on Sinha written by journalist Bharti Pradhanhighlights life and struggle
of the actor-turned BJP MP in the field of film as well politics.
13th-century Mayan document ‘The Grolier Codex’ is one of the rarest books in the world. The
document was founded in a cave in Mexico in the 1960s by Josue Saenz
A Jamaican cricketer Chris Gayle has penned down his life story in an autobiography called – ‘Six
Machine’. His autobiography was published by Viking – Penguin UK.The book was unveiled
by Anurag Singh Thakur, President of the BCCI and Virendar Sehwag at a gala event in Delhi.
A book titled ‘Shanti ki Talaash mein Zindagi‘ written by author and journalist Radhika Nagrath
released by Uttarakhand Governor K K Paul in Dehradun. ‘Shanti ki Talaash mein Zindagi’ was
written in Hindi language by Radhika Nagrath.
The Consul General of Malaysia in India EldeenHusaini Muhammad Hashim released the translated
version of ‘Sai CharitraGranth‘, a book on the life of Sai Baba.Sri Sai Gurucharitra is a biography on
the life of Sai Baba of Shirdi, written by hisdevotee Ganpatrao Dattatreya Sahasra-buddhe, better
known as Das Ganu Maharajto divine consciousness, would lead the disciple through the jungle of
spiritual training
Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER) Dr
Jitendra Singh released the NEC Coffee Table Book, 2016 “North Eastern Council: A Story of
Sagacity and Success. This book describes the achievements of the NEC engaged in all round
development of the North-Eastern Region (NER).
The book ‘Citizen and Society’ written by Vice President Shri Mohd Hamid Ansari released by
President Pranab Mukherjee at a function held at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi.