The Sons of MIT

Over here at MTTN, we always take pleasure in talking to alumni who’ve returned to college. Recently, a trio of friends, all of them alumni of MIT, was in Manipal to preside over MIT’s Diamond Jubilee celebration and we got a chance to talk to them. 

Anant J Talaulicar, Chairman … Continue Reading

Rajdeep Sardesai Visits Manipal

A beautiful rendition of the words of renowned Kannada poet D. R. Bendre began what would be an evening of humor, masterful skirting around of defamation laws, and a strong case for holding onto hope in the seemingly bleak landscape of Indian politics and corporate media.

The second endowment lecture … Continue Reading

What is Manipal?

Even as the South West monsoon rages across South India, thousands of students pour into Manipal to start a new academic year. They bring with them their hopes and ambitions, dreams and fears, and cast them into the personality-forge that is Manipal. Shy becomes quietly confident, being loud and boisterous … Continue Reading

Learning Languages in Manipal

Manipal is one of the most diverse places you’ll ever have the pleasure of living in. In just my very first week here, I met students from Botswana, the US, Canada, and from all the Indian states I knew about and even some that I’d never heard of (sorry Tripura). … Continue Reading

The Manipal Directory

We believe that every city, every town and every village that we live in should be explored to its last square meter, its facilities used judiciously to sustain the local economy, and the region’s delicacies be consumed with gusto. The Manipal Directory is something that was born out of that … Continue Reading

All about ION WiFi in Manipal

One of the best things about Manipal is the ubiquitous availability of WiFi wherever you go. But there’s a caveat, the pervasiveness of ION doesn’t come uniformly, and there’s a fluctuation in its services over time and in different areas. That’s why this article exists, as a guide to getting … Continue Reading

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