The following is an interview of an individual. MTTN neither supports nor condones the views expressed and is simply conveying the information collected. Shaheen Bagh is synonymous with two words-- resistance and resilience. What began as a small gathering of women to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act has now grown into a movement destined... Continue Reading →
Tasir Ahmed has seen the Shaheen Bagh protest since its inception. Click for an insight into the lives of these protestors who are making their mark in history.
The Bélmez Faces or the Faces of Bélmez is an alleged paranormal phenomenon in a private house in Spain which started in 1971 when residents claimed images of faces appeared on the concrete floor of the house. The objective of research is to seek answers to unanswered questions; to explain the inexplicable. Therefore, it is perplexing; distressing rather for a... Continue Reading →
“Betrayed by my brother, cuckolded by my fiancé and nearly murdered by my oldest friend, let us hope we never again see a murder at the Haversham manor.” On 25th October, Kalamanch, the official theater club of Manipal Institute of Communication presented their semester production—‘The Play That Goes Wrong.’ Although a cyclone raged that... Continue Reading →
We often go about our days thinking about ourselves. But little do we realise that walls have ears, too. Find out more about the stories they have to tell.
“Oh god!” is a phrase we use almost every day in our lives. We use this phrase mindlessly as a reaction to almost every situation. Not once do we think of the 330 million gods that exist in our Indian culture—a culture so diverse that, unknowingly, we celebrate each one of these gods throughout the... Continue Reading →
Exploring London can be condensed into two words—the London Underground and walking. All one has to do to experience the city is hop onto a train, walk around and get onto another train to their next destination. For someone accustomed to chaotic roads and crowded transport, the organisation of the various route lines and their... Continue Reading →
Kota, Rajasthan is a place with multiple identities. A bustling town situated 250kms south to the capital city of Jaipur, it has established itself as a premier educational hub of the country. Every year lakhs of students enrol themselves in the numerous coaching centres located across town in attempts to crack the IITJEE. While some... Continue Reading →
I saw you painting your suns on a gloomy day And it left me unsettled What were you thinking Were you Thinking at all? Listen to what the walls speak of, plenty of what's heard, much of what's misplaced. Misplaced Where had I lost you? Or was it just All your doing? Listen close, very... Continue Reading →
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 →