Good restaurants for all budgets, the speciality of each eatery, details of departmental stores and the kind of variety each has to offer, places to shop, and bookstores that are within the campus—these are some of the things the incoming freshman needs. So, here is a handy guide. Happy eating and shopping!
During her latest recital at the Nizam Club, Hyderabad, Smt. Arati Ankalikar, a two time National Award winner, gave the gathering a glimpse of the world of Hindustani classical music through her renditions of the works of Pandit Ravi Shankar, Ustad Ghulam Ali Khan, and
In conversation with the new Director of MIT, Manipal, Dr. Srikant Rao, we tried to delve into his vision for the college, the roadmap, and his passion for change.
A man with humble beginnings, PB Acharya strongly believes in the active participation of the entire country, and specifically the students in making the seven sisters a wholesome part of India. Sitting down with us for an interview, the esteemed Governor of Nagaland gave us an insight into his ideologies for the state.
“The term, ‘entrepreneur’ is a misnomer. It’s basically a blend of work and life together.” Erik Huberman is always on his toes, looking for marketing glitches he can conquer. Before the upcoming ESOM Global Tycoon Summit, we got the chance to interview the very man who belongs in Forbes 30Under30, and never fails to bring fresh perspective on the table.
The man who claimed “Saare jahaan se achha, Hindustan humaara” when he saw India from outer space, spared time for a tête-à-tête before The Think Tank’s Fireside Chat. Here’s what he had to say.
As part of MILAP, Manipal University’s literature festival, the MIT Post interviewed the groundbreaking director extraordinaire, Aruna Raje. With topics ranging from the condition of the film industry all those years ago to feminism and the roles of men and women in the world today, Ms. Aruna Raje did not hold back.
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.
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.
Known for its serene beauty and breathtaking scenery, Leh is the first destination in our travelogue series. As we take you through this virtual journey across the mountains and through the valleys, we hope it appeals to the traveller within you!