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The Politics of Notes

By Pens Eve On February - 28 - 2010 9 COMMENTS
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Politics pervades all aspects of human society and is as old as the human race. It was created by human beings and gave rise to empires, nations, revolutions and constitutions. The term ‘Politics’ can be interpreted in different ways. It was derived from the Greek word ‘Polis’, which means ‘city-states’. One of the most accepted definitions of politics or political science is “the study of the foundations of the state and the principles of the government.” In the social sphere of life, away from the legal purview of the state, ‘politics’... Read→


The New York Times calls him ‘The biggest-selling English-language novelist in India’s history’ and the International Herald Tribune says ‘…Bhagat has touched a nerve with young Indian readers and acquired almost cult status.’ Chetan Bhagat, since the debut of his first novel in 2004, has become a name to reckon with in India, not only as a novelist but also as a youth icon. With his fourth book, 2 States – The Story of My Marriage just released, his popularity is continuing to shoot up. “Chetan Bhagat has made it really big... Read→

Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer. Credits: Enigmatic Euphony

“Don’t you think Edward Cullen is very cute?”, “Yes, absolutely! Indeed all the Cullens are just as admirable as him!” This is yet another conversation between two girls, who are currently obsessed with ‘Twilight’ and its extraordinary series. This eternal Twilight saga written by Stephenie Meyer is her debut novel, which provided a lot of entertainment for the enthusiastic readers. The saga initiates with Twilight as its first book and advances with ‘New Moon’, ‘Eclipse’ and completes the series with ‘Breaking Dawn’ with... Read→

Oxford Book Store - What better place to hangout at? Credit: Insanity Personified

It’s a known fact that a book is a man’s best companion. No matter how many times it’s been read and re-read, it has always got something new to offer to the readers. In this age of internet, globalization and usage of electronic media, it’s saddening to see the novelty of reading books wearing away. A recent survey conducted by a popular TV News channel suggests that the times have changed so fast that, the percentage of people, who take time off to read a good book in spite of their busy schedules dropped alarmingly from... Read→


“Every time I open a book, a new world opens up to me. I feel like I am transported into the world of the characters and am watching the events unfold right before me. It doesn’t matter even if the book was written a hundred years ago or that people these days don’t talk like that. A good author can make you believe anything. It’s that kind of power that books hold”, says Divya, 19, talking about what she thinks about books and their impact on her. She adds that reading is an extremely important affair to her as it helps her become aware... Read→


The lecturers are adamant that the students carry them to every class, the students would do anything to get away from them and they, in this tussle, lie in the libraries and shops with layers of dust settled on them. What are being referred to here? What else, but the nemesis of every student and the survival secret of lecturers: THE TEXTBOOKS. Come July, and it’s that time of the year again when students are forced to give into the lecturers demands and throng to the bookshops for the best possible (used, cheapest) deals on their textbooks.... Read→

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