Signify (1996) By: Afridi Majeed True to its name, ‘Signify’ foretold a shift in tides for Porcupine Tree—not only in terms of musical direction— but also in the songwriting process as a whole. No longer was it merely a moniker under which Steven Wilson released
To their followers, Porcupine Tree aren’t merely a music group. Their art is a way of life. A treasure that enriches the soul, one cannot expect it to waltz its way into your world. If fulfillment is what you crave, you must delve beyond the
A humble man with a grand story, Rakesh Sharma graced Manipal with his presence and expertise for a Fireside Chat, organised by The Think Tank.
Major Chandrakant Nair talks about the army and quizzing in India – in conversation with The MIT Post.
Catalunya won the right to statehood after the recently concluded referendum, after decades of suffering at the hands of fascists forces.
Here’s the tale of how it happened.
The pen may be mightier than the sword, but with whips and knives running rampant at MIT-DT’17, debate capped the pen from 12th to 14th August. With more than hundred outstation participants, MIT-DT’s second edition was quite a feather in the cap for LDQ.
The streets of Italy will not only take you around the center of the Italian Renaissance, but also take you on a journey spanning across the pages of the golden era of human history.
One of the few politically neutral countries in the world, Switzerland is located right in the lap of nature. With the snow-capped Alps and sylvan fields adorning the landscape, the fifth addition to our Travelogue series is nothing but a tryst with Nature.
If sculptures, art and rich heritage get you excited and on your feet, then look no further. We present to you the second article of our travelogue series, this time set in the majestic land of Austria.
Techweek Krieg showcased the best of what IEEE had to offer – an olympiad of events that left participants completely played out, but satisfied at their fill of fun.