Rated amongst the top 10 stand-up comedians in India, Mr. Sorabh Pant is famous for his fiery and manic style of comedy. The thirty-six year old stand-up comedian has performed over 250 shows in various cities across India and is known for his quirky tweets and shows. As MIT welcomes back the popular comedian for another hilarious evening organized by DL101, we, at the Post had an opportunity to grab a few words with him. Read on to find out more.
People flocked to the MIT Football ground on the evening of 8th April to watch the first ever final of the MITFL, MIT’s official football league. With the defending champions Zeta Bolts facing off against the table-toppers Omega Vikings, the match promised to be electrifying.
Directed by a former MIT-ian for the NYU School of Journalism’s News and Documentary film festival, Athyunnath Eleti’s ‘Aishu Didi’ chronicles the story of Ms. Aishwarya Shetty, an MIT-alumnus as she struggles to bring the light of education into the lives of children in one of India’s most conservative localities.
The 1967 batch of MIT returned to their college for a nostalgia-inducing walk down memory lane. Even as they celebrated the past, they looked to the future as well, with the inauguration of a new Hostel block and plans to take the institute to even greater glory.
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.
“When it’s all over, you want to hit replay.”. Nothing could better describe the Music And Fine Arts club(MAFIA)’s informal jam session. Featuring a plethora of instrumentalists and singers, they made the evening an acoustic delight. Read on to find more.