Indo-German Metabolic Meeting: Day 2

The second day of the Indo German Metabolic Meet was an eye-opener regarding various inborn errors of metabolism. The day started with a presentation by Dr Anibh Das who is the head of the Metabolic Centre at Hannover Medical College, Germany. He spoke extensively about inborn errors of metabolism concerning the heart, Fabry disease, various... Continue Reading →

An Interview with Alia Omer: Teach for India

Teach for India is an organisation which aims to address the education inequity in India, by providing equal education to all children irrespective of their socio-economic background. At the National Conference On Youth in Social Change organised in Manipal on 25-26th August, Teach for India set up a stall. In interview with Alia Omer from... Continue Reading →

Sated at Chef Plated

Away from the rush of the main street leading to Parkala from Manipal, situated in a little detour, is Chef Plated. At first glance, it appears rustic and unassuming with simple furniture and elegant wood décor, distinctive of a bistro café, a striking contrast to the flamboyant facades of a number of restaurants in town.... Continue Reading →

Forging Invictus – Decor

With the second edition of Invictus having ended on a high note, we are treading on a journey to decode the secret behind the glam and glitz of this year's Invictus. We got in touch with the stage masters who designed and directed every nook and cranny of the Invictus arena, to document their efforts... Continue Reading →

Forging Invictus – Sponsorships and Finance

A huge fest like Invictus could not have been overseen without the proper management and handling of the budgeting and resource allocation. So, in order to have a little insight into the economics of a behemoth like Invictus, read on for what Iruvantika Malik (Finance Secretary) and Reem Hunain (General Secretary) had to say about... Continue Reading →

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