Adieu-Day Thirteen of NaPoWriMo

  I feel someone gently tugging at the end of my blanket And it stirs memories Stirs memories I tried so hard to bury. The beautiful laughter that still rings through the hallways of my head, Of a wickedly lively voice Now echoing in dead. Your warm touch, That once left my spine tingling and... Continue Reading →

A Letter To Lady Gaga

Dear Stephanie, My earliest memory of you is a defining moment in pop culture; a moment which, I remember, became synonymous with your name for the years to come. The 2010 MTV Video Music Awards was characterized by your stand out dress of raw meat. Your outfit, complete with boots and a hat made of... Continue Reading →

The A to Z: For First Time Voters

  Earlier this week, the Election Commission (EC) of India had declared that polling for the 17th Lok Sabha assembly, the world's largest democratic exercise, would begin in less than a month from now. The EC had stated that polling would take place in seven stages between the 7th of April and the 19th of... Continue Reading →

Animated Movies: The Unconventional Teacher

What is childhood without cartoons? Animated representatives from all walks of life, fictional and non-fictional, have always managed to capture the interest of our growing minds. As a child, there were only a few things which could level the excitement felt for the weekend animated film on Pogo. What better treat could there be than... Continue Reading →

Formula Bharat

Formula Manipal, MAHE’s very own student project which focuses on design, building and racing single-seated race cars, performed exceedingly well in this year’s Formula Bharat, held from the 23rd of January to the 27th of January at Kari Speedway in Coimbatore. With a contingent of carefully chosen 51 undergraduate students, their Combustion and Electric Vehicle... Continue Reading →

Flavours From Afar: A CoastAsia Review

Disclaimer: The article has been sponsored by CoastAsia but in no way affects the authors’ review.      If you are looking for a cosy spot near campus where you can sit back and enjoy some authentic Asian food, you must most definitely visit CoastAsia in Manipal. Famous for their Indian cuisine and seafood, the restaurant... Continue Reading →

Summit Manipal

It is that time of the year when students of Manipal can engage in serious debate and pass resolutions. Manipal's very own Model UN, Summit Manipal, commences today. MTTN had a chance to speak to Hriday Chhabria, the Secretary-General of the Leaders of Tomorrow, the mind behind this event. Covering most of the spectrum from what exactly... Continue Reading →

Christmas Countdown: Christmas Inception

The season to be jolly is finally here. Fir and pine trees all around the world are laden with pretzels, candies and twinkling incandescent lights. Carrying an ebullient air about it, the ocassion has always been associated to the big red jovial man we fondly call Santa Claus. The streets are draped with bright lights... Continue Reading →

HOME

Most of my Sunday mornings are spent thinking about home. There is a certain weather which one can associate with a lazy Sunday. My dad spends his day tending to the house, beginning with the hall, and ending with the balconies, with me as his sincere assistant. The first half of my mum's day is... Continue Reading →

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