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Monthly Archives: February 2018

Metanino

With Valentine’s Day upon us, here’s a piece of writing that celebrates love in all its glory. Metanino, by Abhinav Kumar, envelopes the spectrum of human emotions—joy, pain, and ambivalence—into one riveting poem

LIИKIИ PARK—Reanimation [Finely Tuned]

Caught in the timeline between two landmark old-school Linkin Park albums, ‘Reanimation’ is a gem in their discography that often goes overlooked. On the occasion of Mike Shinoda’s birthday, Finely Tuned looks back at the hip-hop side of LP’s rap metal era.

A Small Step for Robotics, A Large Step for Mankind

With robots revolutionising agriculture, transport, manufacturing, warehousing and a number of such industries, the 21st century is the most exciting period in robotics.
In the first article of Future Bytes, RoboManipal walks you through the state of robotics today, its origins, and its driving principles.

Unleashing the Rainbow from behind the Closet

Article 19, the cultural fest of the School of Communication(SOC), named after article 19 of the Indian Constitution, which protects the freedom of expression and speech, has always tried to provide a platform for constructive dialogue regarding difficult topics. This effort led to the conception

The Conundrum of the Justice Collegium

In an unprecedented move, members of the Justice Collegium of the Supreme Court went public with allegations that the Honourable Chief Justice of India had been exhibiting a clear lack of transparency and rationale while assigning cases to the judges of the Supreme Court.

‘The Stars Shine Down’ by Sidney Sheldon – A Review

Sidney Sheldon weaves wonders once again in ‘The Stars Shine Down’ – a reflection on the hurdles women still have to overcome in the corporate world, two centuries after the inception of feminism. Read on to find out more about this tale of hardship, skyrocketing to zeniths of success, scathing betrayals, and decisions that could put everything at stake.

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