The Director duo, Satyanshu Singh and Devanshu Kumar graced the last day of the annual media event of Manipal Institute of Communication, Article 19 with their presence. After the screening of their film, ‘Chintu Ka Birthday’, the siblings talked about their journey, their struggles, and their experience so far and … Continue Reading
Disha Oberoi, commonly known as RJ Disha, is a radio jockey based in Bangalore’s Red FM 93.5. She wakes up the city of Bangalore with her show ‘Morning No. 1 with Disha’ and has won the “New York Film Festival’s World’s Best Radio Programs Awards” for it in different … Continue Reading
Stories and literature play an important role in our lives. You’ll find them no matter where you look, whether it is within ourselves or in our surroundings.
Qalam: Mightier Than The Sword is an inter-collegiate literary fest organised by the Editorial Council of Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and took … Continue Reading
Qalam, in Arabic, means ‘pen’ and hence the name of the event, Qalam: Mightier Than The Sword. It is a intercollegiate literary fest hosted by the Editorial Council of Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Qalam was the brain child of former editors, Anushna and Ashutosh. At that time, MCOPS … Continue Reading
On 11th of January, KMC Greens witnessed MMMC’s annual Food Fest, Lagenda. The ground set the mood for the night, being beautifully decorated with lights and banners – and how can one forget the small stalls set up across the ground fulfilling the desire of every Malaysian’s taste buds. Cultural … Continue Reading
The 28th of September was marked by great enthusiasm in Manipal as one of the biggest cultural events of the year, KELI took place at Syndicate Bank Golden Jubilee Hall.
This year marked the 25th anniversary of Keli and it was brought about with grandeur and show-stopping performances by the … Continue Reading
“Fifteen minutes to perm,” Chintan said mockingly. “See you tomorrow?”
I frowned at the ground, shuffling my feet awkwardly. “Yeah,” I muttered, rolling my eyes. “Tomorrow.”
Everyone else was headed back to the Academic Area for TechTatva work. Being part of MTTN, the largest media body in all of Manipal, … Continue Reading
It’s back. Every year, same drama. These kids put up banners and tents, and pretend to care about me. But I see through it all. It’s just a matter of four days, before I am alone again, naturally.
There was once a time, however, where I had hope. They built … Continue Reading
The words ‘Science’ and ‘Technology’ paint images of impartial practicality, well above mundane mismatches. In such highly technical and fact-based fields, fallacies do exist, but conflicts are hard to come across. It is a true epiphany to realize that there are so many cases throughout scientific history when two … Continue Reading