The Banksy Effect

The spotlights focus. The curtain draws. The gavel strikes for the third time. And sold. On 5th October 2018, right after the closing bid, UK’s favourite artwork (according to a Samsung poll in 2017), ‘Girl with Balloon’, began to self-destruct. However, it stopped midway, giving us probably the most significant piece of live art in... Continue Reading →

Violence Within Homes During Lockdown

Who knew that we would be witnesses to such a catastrophic event in the world, the likes of which has never been seen before? To prevent the spread of a tiny virus, we are confined within the four walls of our homes and forced to give up our education and businesses for a limitless amount... Continue Reading →

Social Media as a news source

In today’s day and age, social media is becoming an imperative and rather unavoidable aspect of our lives. The internet, today, has greater outreach than ever before. It has emerged to be a continual source of news, information, and entertainment for people around the world for over the past decade; it has evolved to be... Continue Reading →

Coronavirus: A Global Epidemic

The data presented in the following article is updated as of 9th March 2020. The recent outbreak of the Coronavirus has everyone in a state of panic, and rightfully so. With a death toll of around 3000 and the number of cases around the world being 111,366, this rapidly spreading virus has been confirmed in... Continue Reading →

Manipal MUN’20

“You members of this Conference are to be the architects of the better world. In your hands rests our future.” - President Harry Truman in his address to the UN Delegates at the White House on April 25, 1945 In an attempt to teach the youth about the workings of the United Nations, the Model... Continue Reading →

‘Zza Bar- a ‘view

Disclaimer: This article has been sponsored by 'Zza Bar but is in no way influences the author's review. To dine at ‘Zza bar, you have to know of its existence. Tucked in a corner of Agumbe Highway, this little slice of heaven can easily go unnoticed. However, if you’re lucky enough to notice it, congratulations... Continue Reading →

How to Get Away with Murder? Say What?

Want to kill someone but don't want to get into trouble? Just lure your victim to the one and only Yellowstone National Park!  The best part? It's all legally acceptable! Sounds suspicious, right? Trust us, it’s not. In his 2005 Georgetown Law Journal article, ‘The Perfect Crime’, Michigan State law professor Brian Kalt brought to... Continue Reading →

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