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Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Hope for British Library, Thiruvananthapuram

The widespread concern over the plan to close down the British Library in Thiruvananthapuram seems to be paying off. Since no one is ready to let the library go, the idea now is for the Kerala government to take over its management. The BL has agreed to hand over the books and other facilities to the government. That's a significant breakthrough, since the earlier decision was to distribute the books to other British Libraries. The government chief secretary is preparing a report on the plan of action. (Report in The Hindu.)

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I do read your blog on International and Comparative Librarianship on a regular basis and enjoy reading it. Thank you for your contributions to the profession. You are doing a great job and keep it up.

With best wishes,
Dr. Ravindra Nath Sharma
http://monmouth.edu/

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