“Freedom of Speech comes with the Freedom to Offend”: A Conversation With Anand Ranganathan

Article-19, Manipal School of Communication’s media event started off with a bang, with the first speaker of their highly prestigious line-up – Dr Anand Ranganathan. A vehement advocate of the freedom of expression, Ranganathan gave a refreshing insight into what journalism is today. He explained why we need to be scientific about our journalism, and... Continue Reading →

Pro.Verb: Day 2

The second day of the Pro.Verb debate started off with media politics as the first theme. Statements of context were provided before finally releasing the motion. For the first motion, the context was in relation to 'WOKE' as a political term of African-American origin, its societal implication and its connotation in the publicity world. The... Continue Reading →

Pro.Verb: Day 1

The 4th edition of Pro.Verb, School of Communication's annual national level British Parliamentary debate tournament kicked off on the 28th of September 2018. The inauguration ceremony was presided over by the chief guest Dr Poornima Baliga, the pro-vice-chancellor of MAHE. It started off with a welcome address by the conveners Bhavna Subramanian and Rrishika Kakoty,... Continue Reading →

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