A Visit to Bijapur

The Community Development Committee (CDC) of MAPS, MCOPS organised a health camp in the Bijapur slum in association with the Department of Community Medicine, KMC on the 24th of September, 2017. A total of 152 patients were attended to and many more were counselled by the volunteering pharmacists. The event commenced with the volunteers going... Continue Reading →

Reality in the Post-Truth Era

 “You're saying it's a falsehood while Sean Spicer, our press secretary gave alternative facts to that” – A Spokesperson for the President of the United States. The need to find a balance, and to assert that each side has its own merits and demerits is a part of conventional wisdom. However, the concept of observable... Continue Reading →

Classic Reviews: Bawarchi

Whenever we think of Rajesh Khanna, the first movie that comes to the mind is Anand. This masterpiece, iconic not just for its dialogues but also for its songs, is directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. Hrishi da (as he was popularly known) worked with Kaka in two other movies- the socialist Namak Haraam (The Traitor) and... Continue Reading →

In Conversation with Dr. Shanbhag and Dr. Hebbar (MUTBI)

MUTBI is an organization in Manipal situated at the Innovation Center that aims to aid those solving society's problems by offering funds, connections, advice and legal aid. MTTN had the distinct pleasure of interviewing the CEO and Secretary of MUTBI, Dr. Harishchandra Hebbar, and the Senior Advisor and Principal at the Innovation Support Center at Massachusetts... Continue Reading →

Revels: A Walk Down the Memory Lane

Imagine barely sleeping for four days yet having all the energy in the world to run around all day. From food stalls to various crowds from various colleges, Revels is full of bustling activities. The four days of the cultural fest promise to be the most memorable time of the year as it allows you... Continue Reading →

Taking Things Too Far: Strange Censorship Stories

Censorship is the suppression of free speech or content considered politically inaccurate, insensitive or offensive. It's used as a tool to practice sensitivity and protect vulnerable groups and communities. More often than not, censorship is viewed as imposing and regarded as a tool used by the government to silence unpopular opinions. While its necessity is... Continue Reading →

Catching Up with The Local Train

You know a concert is more than just the lights, heart-throbbing beats, glow sticks and extended perm when the lyrics give you goosebumps, sweat drips down your body from all the fervent jumping, and you can’t seem to find your voice from all the shouting and singing. Revels ‘16 brought to Manipal the band that... Continue Reading →

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