Dead is Krishnachand Dabee, a father of three. The body was taken to Warder finds cannabis during walkabout A PRISON warder, who was walking around the inner perimeter of the Camp Street prison compound on Tuesday, saw two small parcels of suspected narcotics taped with transparent scotch tape. Police investigating suspected double murder at Craig Street Police are investigating the deaths of a father and son whose lifeless bodies were found at a house in Craig Street, Campbellville this morning.
With the progress of this digital world, the interest of majority of young people is changing its direction.
The younger generation always gets fascination with the latest releases of iPhone, iPods, and video games etc. They do not find time or take interest to read books. The modern age has become so fast and nobody is willing to spend his time on reading books.
People in this modern age are creating a mess for themselves as they think that they are in a rush and they need to progress with a rapid pace, otherwise they will be left behind by the society or become isolated from it.
This is completely a wrong concept or thinking as book reading enables a man to think deeper and dig out the sources of real happiness.
Book reading makes people wise as they get different angles to think on the day-to-day affairs and those persons always live a satisfied life that make book reading their habit and continue it throughout their whole life.
The advancements in the modern age are also making an impact on the younger generation in a negative way. The young people find pleasure in watching a movie or chatting with friends on facebook than to take pleasures in reading good books. They are curious about the next model of a mobile phone or laptop but they are least concerned about getting knowledge through books.
The strength of people in libraries is getting decreased with every passing day. The young people find it boring or a backward thing to consume even a small amount of their time in book reading.
This is an alarming fact as if things proceed in the similar way the libraries will see no readers and the best source of knowledge will became nothing but a waste.Jan 18, · Is the reading habit dying out?
It is definitely true that reading is a dying habit, and one of the major reasons for the decline is the advent of the electronic medium. Even the reading of newspapers has been limited to that of headlines and few introductory paragraph. Norwegians have good reading habits. You will not find any house in Norway, which does not have a book cabinet in the sitting room, unless the house in question is a Pakistani’s.
Book Reading A Dying Habit “Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested.” -Sir Francis Bacon. Curled up in bed, cozy under my blanket with a book in hand and a packet of chips, this is my idea of a perfect weekend night.
I had the pleasure of reading the beginning chapters of A Habit of Dying when the author D.J. Wiseman was still in the polishing stages at the writer critique site YouWriteOn. Read more Published on July 26, /5(17). Book Reading A Dying Habit “Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested.” -Sir Francis Bacon.
Curled up in bed, cozy under my blanket with a book in hand and a packet of chips, this is . "What has changed is the strength of the habit of reading a newspaper," notes Al Gollin of the Newspaper Advertising Bureau.
"It used to be one of those things that almost everybody did." No more.