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Talk It Out – The Religion Debate

Religion comes from the Latin words ‘religare‘, which means ‘to bind’, and ‘religio’, which means obligation. This, in itself, provides a brief insight as to what the word envelopes. The inhabitants of a region, united in their views of the workings of nature, fabricated ideologies

Republic Day Manipal

The 26th of January, 2015, saw KMC Greens decorated with twenty marching contingents, as part of the Republic Day celebrations conducted by the School of Communication. The event commenced at 9am with the Chief Guest, Dr. Ramnarayan, Vice Chancellor of Manipal University, hoisting the tricolor

Keep Off The Grass

Drug addiction festers under the neglect of society, and to combat this neglect, MIT’s Rotaract club conducted a “Stay Safe” anti-drug walk, on the 9th of February, from Kamath Circle to Tiger Circle and back. The president of the organizing club, Sarvendra Agarwal, said, “People

Draw Jopping! – Revels’15

The last page of any student’s notebook is never blank. Rough math work, lyrics of Uptown Funk and most importantly doodles of professors, of friends, or just random tornadoes and whirlpools. Have you ever wondered how that ordinary physics lecture transformed beautifully in your mind

Ready, Set, Go! – Revels’15

“Cross country: No half times, no time outs, no substitutions. It must be the only true sport” On the pleasant evening of 7th of March, Revels celebrated sports talent with ‘the only true sport’. Cross country is sport where participants run in open air, through