Emergence of Photojournalism

“When you raise the camera to your eye you become responsible for contextualizing the history of the person you are photographing.” -  Neeta Satam The second Indo-China war lasted for almost 20 years and deprived 4 million civilians of their home. The prolonged bloody conflict dominated the media during its course. Yet only a handful... Continue Reading →

Furtive Frivolities in a Classroom

Your entrance to the college premises is always on an exasperating note, no matter how well-rested you are for a day's worth of classes. A quick glance at the timetable beforehand has your back against the wall. It is as if each prof is the living embodiment of the nine rings of torment morbidly depicted... Continue Reading →

Google is one of the Big Four technology companies aside Amazon, Facebook, and Apple. It’s a household name and even a transitive verb. The American Dialect Society even chose it as the ‘’the most useful word of 2002’’. But way before the multinational company gained its dominance on the world wide web, in the year 1998, two... Continue Reading →

The 5 Trillion Dollar Slowdown

  It has just stopped raining. You step gingerly out of the hostel 15 minutes late for your 8 am class. On the way, you find a ₹500 note lying on the floor. You pick it up thinking you’ll donate it to the local charity, but instead, you cave in to temptation as soon as you... Continue Reading →

C’est La We Have To Dance

“That’s life”. What serves as an expression of resignation for things we simply must endure, the French expression was reborn on the night of the 26thof August,2019. C’est La Vie, a dinner-and-dance event organised and executed by the Social Welfare Committee (SWC) of KMC, kicked off at seven pm and ended reluctantly at ten pm.... Continue Reading →

Double Bill- A Review

Jag ki jo sunta jaega, vo mu ke bal gir jaega. Jag ki nazron se tu na dekh, tu dekh dekh aaina dekh!" The Aaina Dramatics club of Manipal has once again outdone themselves and proved their merit to the college. For their first production of the new academic year, Aaina presented ‘Double Bill’, a... Continue Reading →

Drip Drop, Make the Boredom Stop

  It’s been days without proper sunlight, and the familiar nursery rhyme, 'Rain rain go away, come again another day' has never seemed more fitting for a situation than it is now. Every morning, when we pull the curtains back, we sigh in defeat seeing raindrops drum against our windows panes thinking of how we could have... Continue Reading →

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