A brief overview of how Kendrick Lamar carved his niche and changed the hip-hop game forever.
A restaurant on wheels, with a truckload of delicious food Disclaimer: This review is sponsored by Bingeyard but in no way affects the authors’ opinions. It's almost impossible to miss this quirky blue truck. Resonating with comfort, the bright colours and the rather exciting menu set a very cozy vibe. ‘Bingeyard’ was the brainchild of Shalini Pallikila a WGSHA... Continue Reading →
“Don’t just transfer knowledge from the past to the future, create it in the present.” MTTN had the privilege of interviewing Dr KJ Kamath, who belonged to the first batch of MIT. He served six years as the Head of the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, spent nineteen years looking after placements and now... Continue Reading →
"A well-experimented array of condiments and toppings, and you’ll find yourself in gastronomic heaven."
We tried The J, and here's what we thought!
MAHE (Manipal Institute of Higher Education) is now an institute of Eminence.This article gives a brief explanation of what this means to the institution and the benefits of this tag.
Isn’t it saddening that there exists a marginalized group of people who are shunned by society for expressing their uncommon sexuality? Isn’t it frustrating that this same society also believes there’s a need for a man in every relationship?
If Delhi was a character from a Mir Babar poem I would describe her as a single lady in her 40s who's frequented by lovers past nine and falls asleep at midnight, knowing, that the streets running down her veins will choke with the vermin of its inhabitants Bombay is a boy who lost his... Continue Reading →
Look beyond the clouds hung by, The pristine deep blue sky, Beyond the land shall always be, The ravishing waters of the sea. I am the ripple, I am the wave, Crushing the rocks facing the cave, For ages they tried to surf across, My dynamic waters, the men so brave. Beneath the waves, I... Continue Reading →