“Three turns should do it, I think”. A wise man once said these words to Ms. Granger, and it did us all a world of good. As we complete our third year today, we decided to bring out our timeturner and take you through our journey—related by our founder, Mr. Athyunnath Eleti
Flooding various social media platforms with accounts of sexual exploitation, the #MeToo campaign has been operative in its primary goals-that of removing shame from victims of sexual assault and an inclusive fight against sexual abuse. Read on to find more about an idea that built into an uproar.
This time on Finely Tuned, we review the Icelandic band, Sigur Rós, prodigies in the realm of ambient post rock. From bowed guitar to fictional gibberish, this band has paved a delicate yet promising path to success. Read on to find out more.
TechTatva’17 promises to be bigger and better! Every year, we strive to improve our coverage of the fest, and this year, we shall be bringing TechTatva’17 live right to your phones and laptops. Stay tuned!
Rashōmon by ADA, in association with Betaal, is a Yakshagana remake of the Japanese classic directed by Akira Kurosawa. The play was beautifully sculpted by ex-MIT student, Abhinav Grover, and was performed as one of several acts under MILAP, Manipal University’s literary and arts festival. Read on to find out more.
When we think of the Armed Forces, the first image to come to mind is of our heroic soldiers fighting at the border. But when natural human handicap comes in the way – as it does in detecting explosives, rescuing humans after an avalanche – you need someone far more skilled. That’s where the Army Dog Units come into the picture. Read on to find out how man’s best friend is more than just an asset to the nation.
On July 1, India’s economy witnessed a huge change. MIT Manipal’s Economic Society, ESOM introduced students to this new world of GST. Read on to find out more about this talk.
Organised by two of Manipal’s student bodies – AIESEC and IAESTE, International Students’ Day bridged the gap between Manipal and the rest of the world. A day of fun-filled games and interactions with people from around the globe was all one could ask for on a rainy Sunday. Read on to find out more.
Maj DP Singh, aka The Blade Runner, was in Leh, Ladakh on 7 July 2017, preparing for the Annual Kargil Memorial Marathon. We managed to grab a hold of him for a short interview, which managed to challenge common perceptions and left us in awe of his humble, yet confident demeanour.
Despite an estimated 1.8 billion millennials in today’s world, the Left continues to lose its grip as a serious contender in big-boy politics. What can Generation Y learn from the Right?