Almost ten years later, Google is back with a new operating system known as Fuchsia. We take a look at the vast possibilities of the latest OS as part of this collaborative series with Hashtag by IECSE.
A strikingly tumultuous rivalry came to a head with the recent ICC Champions Trophy final. But how does politics help produce some of the greatest sportsmen in cricket?
With the largest geoengineering experiment about to begin, it is important for us, as stakeholders in the planet’s future to understand what this science is about.
A cluster of islands in the Pacific, Fiji, with its rich history, culture, and sweeping landscapes is more than just a beach getaway. It’s a small piece of paradise.
The Indian government has a Bill in the works that could serve as a shocker to those effusively boasting about how religiously tolerant their country is in comparison to the West. In this article, we take a look at what it could possibly entail, should this Bill comes to pass.
A look into Yogi Adityanath’s meteoric rise to power, and what we can expect from him as the Chief Minister of the most populous state in India.
Wearable Technology calls for a new generation of computing as it may soon invalidate smartphones and laptops. This edition of The Charge by IE E&C talks about how wearable-fitness tech has propelled the future.
In Havana, time stands still. This city is diverse, contradictory, vibrant, seductive and even magical and this travelogue talks about just that. The sixth of the Travelogue series, ‘In Transit’.
Nearly two decades later, Anathema returns to complete a story left hanging precariously at the edge of a cliff. Will they be able to recapture the enchantment of 2001’s ‘A Fine Day to Exit’ in its sequel? Read on to find out in this week’s edition of Finely Tuned.
The third annual, International day of Yoga was celebrated all across the world on the 21st of June. Manipal was no different, seeing about 200 participants flocking to the MIT Food Court despite the rains.