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The Sky Moves Sideways – ASME’S ‘Bottle Rocketry’

There are those among us who do not merely chortle when asked if they are rocket scientists upon making a wise remark. Some dream wistfully of a time they can reply in the affirmative to that. ASME’s Manipal chapter had a treat in store for such people with their event, ‘Bottle Rocketry’.

Welcoming Zia: An Interview with Aswekeepsearching

Since the release of their debut album ‘Khwaab’, the steady rise of the band has led them into spotlights across the country and the world. After an intense touring period, Aswekeepsearching return with their second album ‘Zia’. Read on to find more about India’s premiere post-rock outfit in our recent interview.

Anathema – The Optimist [Finely Tuned]

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 Year that Was

We are not the same person today that we were a year ago. So what has changed in this student of MIT at the end of his first year? Read on to find out.

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Riddle Me This – LDQ’s Decathlon

The Literary, Debate and Quiz Club rewarded us all for making it through yet another semester with their flagship literary fest, ‘Bonanza’. Read on about its final event, the Decathlon, which had puzzles and games to stump even the most acerbic of bookworms.

Usurper’s Eyes on the Powerless: V.K. Sasikala

If there is one thing to be taken from Sasikala’s recent foiled attempt at taking over as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, it is the importance of looking over one’s shoulder. In this article, we take a look at the rise and devastating fall of someone who never quite learned how to not bite the hand that feeds.

Guthrie Govan: An Insight and Review

Musicians upon whom talent is conferred in as immense a proportion as Guthrie Govan are seldom heard of in the mainstream. As has often been said of the music industry, popularity need not necessarily denote ability. Read more to find out about the musical journey of the maestro himself, including his recent performance at Mumbai.

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