A separatist movement has gripped the region of Jammu and Kashmir since Independence. This movement intensified in 1989 when militants infiltrated the area and became the main opposing force to the Indian administration in the region. Militancy brought with itself a lot of strain in Kashmir’s otherwise neutral Hindu-Muslim relations, … Continue Reading
Today marks the one-year anniversary of Smt. Sushma Swaraj’s untimely death. Here’s a look at her life, her achievements and struggles as one of the few women politicians at the top.
Born on the 14th of February, 1952 to Sh. Hardev Sharma and Smt. Lakshmi Devi, Sushma Sharma … Continue Reading
“Joel #556, you are now to partake in a state-recommended nap. Proceed to close your eyes,” said Ms Carol #325. Joel #556 duly complied. Deep down, however, he didn’t want to take a nap. In fact, he didn’t want to be at school in the first place.
Joel #556, or … Continue Reading
In the “Beat the Pandemic” hackathon conducted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from April 3-5, 2020, a team consisting of three students from Manipal Institute of Technology – Akshatha Kamath (third year CSE), Shubham Rateria (CCE Batch of 2019) and Adri Rajaraman (ECE Batch of 2019) – secured victory. … Continue Reading
You’re around them all the time
You spoke to one of them hours, maybe mere minutes before reading this
You speak to them daily; you cross paths with them often
But do you know them?
Do questions about reaching out, connecting, bonding with them
Not occupy your riddled brain?
Or … Continue Reading
They’re back. The end semester exams, the long, sleepless nights spent cramming a semester-worth of information, and the fear of failure that strikes the hearts of even the bravest of toppers. However, don’t worry, for we’ve compiled this list of hacks that you can employ to ensure your best performance. … Continue Reading