Keli 2019

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 students of KMC as well... Continue Reading →

Manipal Kannada

The first of November, a holiday Manipal seldom understands. Is it for getting out of the Halloween hangover? Why is it a dry day man? Such a buzzkill! It's Kannad Rajyotsav - the day Karnatak got independence? Well, let's try to declutter some of these confusions today. Three score and three years ago, the Government... Continue Reading →

The Play That Goes Wrong: A Kalamanch Review

“Betrayed by my brother, cuckolded by my fiancé and nearly murdered by my oldest friend, let us hope we never again see a murder at the Haversham manor.”   On 25th October, Kalamanch, the official theater club of Manipal Institute of Communication presented their semester production—‘The Play That Goes Wrong.’ Although a cyclone raged that... Continue Reading →

Mysteries of The World: Bermuda Triangle

The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s triangle is considered to be one of the biggest hotspots of unnatural and unexplained phenomena in the world. Attracting the attention of millions of mystery and paranormal lovers every year, it has been a nightmare for all those who have dared venture inside.          ... Continue Reading →

A Fireside Chat with Ratna Pathak Shah

Any popular personality from the glamorous world of entertainment radiates a feeling of panache from their mere presence. From being on the sets of future blockbuster films to attending gatherings and celebrations with the bourgeois, their personality is elusive, almost disconnected with that of the lives of their fans, whose populace are often in millions. ... Continue Reading →

Cognizant Citizen : The Aarey Displacement

  In the concrete jungle of Mumbai, the Aarey forest with five lakh trees, are rightfully the 'green lungs' or even the 'last lungs' of the overcrowded metropolis. Aarey Milk Colony includes 12 villages: Sai, Gundgav, Film City, Royal Palms, Dindoshi (Eksar Pahad), Aarey, Pahadi Goregaon, Vyraval, Kondivita, Maroshi (Marol), Parjapur, and Paspoli. The colony... Continue Reading →

TechTatva 2049: A Peek into the Future

"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, I'd assumed I'd be able... Continue Reading →

Rivalries in Science and Technology

  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 individuals or organisations disagreed, science... Continue Reading →

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