Travel Stories 5: Beyond the Beaches in Goa

Boasting beautiful beaches, dynamic nightlife, vibrant Portuguese influences, and the buzzing street markets, it is no surprise that Goa is one of the most sought after vacation destinations in India. No matter where you visit, the crowd is inevitable. This is why it is very unusual to say that I had experienced one of the... Continue Reading →

RED-X: Himalayan Trek 2019

“Travelling leaves you speechless, and then turns you into a story teller.” On the 8th of May, I began on a journey with 33 strangers. Some were faces I’d seen on campus while I walked my way to class or KC, and others were smiles I had never seen and voices I had never heard... Continue Reading →

KMC Stands With NRSMCH: Candlelight March in Manipal

The news of mob violence at NRSMCH, Kolkata has shaken the entire medical fraternity. KMC is no exception. To showcase their unflinching solidarity with the institute, the OPDs remained closed on June 17th. Doctors and doctors-in-the-making donned black attire in the spirit of 'Black Monday'. From 7pm, a crowd comprising of medical students, interns, postgraduates... Continue Reading →

Bridges of Sports: Training for Olympics in Manipal

Bridges of Sports is a non-profit organisation that trains children from the tribal and underserved communities to develop their untapped sporting potential, providing them with the opportunity to excel and build a career in sports. Started with the initial push of a few Indian Olympians, they have worked with communities in Karnataka, Orissa and Madhya... Continue Reading →

The Cognizant Citizen: The Sudan Uprising

  The Republic of Sudan is a small country situated in Northeast Africa backed up by colossal oil production and agriculture. The country—hiding behind the ‘high’ GDP and growth—is facing one of the biggest and escalating humanitarian crisis. Under the rule of President Omar al-Bashir, the people suffered from rising prices of essential commodities, and... Continue Reading →

Travel Stories 4: Lost in Bangkok

We have always been dependent on technology to take us around. With GPS in almost every device, exploring new cities have become much easier or that’s what we thought when we set foot in Bangkok. Nestled on the banks of Chao Praya river, Bangkok or Krung Thep as locally known, is a commercial and cultural... Continue Reading →

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