Beyond The Known: A New World

Time: 10:00 am Location: Dakshin Gangotri Research Station (70.7500° S, 11.5833° E), Antarctica, Earth Harish Ramakrishnan - A biting wind pierced through my chest as if it was trying to penetrate through my heart. No amount of training back in India would have prepared me for such conditions. Stepping out of the research station without... Continue Reading →

The Great Indian Judge

In India, ‘The Word’ spreads fast. Compared to the world, probably the fastest. The Indian Society, known for its well-knit family structure and community strength all over the world, also plays a seemingly interesting role. The role of a judge⁠— a very brutal judge. Its verdict seems to be of paramount importance to itself. It... Continue Reading →

India-China Relations: A Watershed Moment

The conflict that occurred on the night of June 15th at Galwan Valley in Ladakh has been a shocking turn of events, amidst the recent build-up of troops on either side of the Line Of Actual Control (LAC). The loss of 20 Indian Army soldiers during the de-escalation process has plunged the entire nation into... Continue Reading →

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 →

Tech-à-Tête—An Interview with Akshatha Kamath

In the “Beat the Pandemic” hackathon conducted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from April 3-5, 2020, a team consisting of three students from Manipal Institute of Technology - Akshatha Kamath (third year CSE), Shubham Rateria (CCE Batch of 2019) and Adri Rajaraman (ECE Batch of 2019) - secured victory.  The team also comprised three... Continue Reading →

The Backfire Effect

  Remember the day when you were pushed into the world? The day when you were made a part of the billions of humans of the world? Well, you do not remember that particular day but having come a long way from then, you probably have interacted with a countless number of these fellow humans.... Continue Reading →

Ground Zero: Shaheen Bagh/ Part II

The following is an interview of an individual. MTTN neither supports nor condones the views expressed and is simply conveying the information collected.  Shaheen Bagh is synonymous with two words-- resistance and resilience. What began as a small gathering of women to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act has now grown into a movement destined... Continue Reading →

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