Spring

I have trudged past the deliberate cold, now to venture into kingdoms of gold and purchase floral prints that our Heavenly Father reluctantly sold.and yet when I see the ashes from that bygone era portrayed as nothing but dust about to be swept away to give way for the next great inspiration,it acts as reminder... Continue Reading →

Youth Parliament: The 2019 Election

The NDA Side On 20th October, NLH 105 witnessed an array of young, determined faces who came together to formulate a campaigning strategy for NDA on the upcoming 2019 elections. The discussion commenced with each member giving their basis for the election campaigning. Some members like Narendra Modi (Sreeram Warrier) and Rajnath Singh (Prashant Rao)... Continue Reading →

Me Too

‘Navratri, this year, has been made special by the replacement of song and dance with closeted allegations and withheld claims of the women of our country finally seeing the light of day.’ Everything you need to know about #MeToo‘s arrival in India.

Spotlight: A Review

Theatre, one of the most elaborate art forms, is known for its beauty and grace in the expression of thoughts and emotions. It is - to date - revered as the most puissant form of art that manages to stir up strong, intangible feelings in our mind. On 18th October 2018, Aaina Dramatics put up... Continue Reading →

Autumn

The lonely sound of the leaves rustlingin the slow breezebefore they’re a carpetof auburn, gold, and dirtfills the air,as the spry streetrests for the night. This fiery road of flammable sheetswhere laughter resounds and hearts beat,echoes in the heatof nine thousand soulswalking to and fro nine thousand times. Troubled eyes,mirthful smiles alikeamble down this roadin... Continue Reading →

The Evolution of TechTatva

Another year, another batch, and another iconic TechTatva goes by. Ideas were hatched, events were won, friendships were forged, memories were made. Manipal is always bustling with energy at this time of the year. The quest to bring a fest to the people that meets their expectations is an all-consuming challenge. A challenge that organisers... Continue Reading →

Reminiscing Greatness: Catching Up with The Startups

63 kilometers away from the quaint town of Mangalore on the western coast of India, there was an unassuming little village, administered under the Udupi City Municipality. This small village barely even existed 60 years ago, but under the guidance of a strong visionary, the two founding institutions—Kasturba Medical College and Manipal Institute of Technology—evolved... Continue Reading →

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