Literature

Hacking: A Deception or An Uprightness

Hacking: A Deception or An Uprightness

‘A Hacker Manifesto,'' by McKenzie Wark is a complex, yet an engaging read; leaving the reader in an awe with the facts stated in it. McKenzie presents the highlight of groups belonging to different classes. These categories as classes among the humans, is...

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Rani of Jhansi Regiment

The Rani of Jhansi Regiment was the Women’s Regiment of the Indian National Army (INA) during the Second World War. It was named after Lakshmi Bai, Rani of Jhansi, a revolutionary heroine. The regiment was formed in 1942, along with other Indian nationalist forces...

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Him.

Him.

His eyes are … interesting, dead yet so deep. I wonder what he dreams, when he is awake, for I know he doesn't sleep. A slight of his sight, a sigh of his breath. I wonder what he holds, buried inside his chest. Circles around his lids, and the weird pattern his...

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Objectivity and the Ambiguity it Prevails

Objectivity and the Ambiguity it Prevails

“Objectivity preserves the artifact or variation that would have been erased in the name of truth” (Peter Galison) The book by Lorraine Daston and Peter Galison discusses how objectivity emerged as a new way of studying nature and how scientists today use scientific...

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1947, India, and it’s Politics

1947, India, and it’s Politics

It is necessary to learn how India fared from the postcolonial state and positioned its politics. During the times when India established its constitution and early politics it is seen that Nehru dominated the Indian politics. However, the new system was influenced by...

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The Real ‘Unreal Realm’

The Real ‘Unreal Realm’

It took eight years for the translation of Japan’s database animals to come into its existence. What took it so long? Perhaps, the present global hegemonies of the world are the reason for being quite a resistance in such a key contributing transcultural discussion on...

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I Waited Wishing You Too Had Stayed.

I Waited Wishing You Too Had Stayed.

As I held my breath and closed my eyes. Years of memories slowly went by. From the warmth of a dawning sun, to the chills of the starless night. From our passions, from our love, to the aches of our thoughtless plight. I felt the weight of the world hopes and dreams,...

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We all are Cyborgs

We all are Cyborgs

. Donna ponders on the division of human and robots but also in context of sexuality, gender, race, class, etc. She writes about an idea that is very much relatable and holds a significant importance in the present society.

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