While words may, sometimes, fail to do justice to the intricate emotion of love, Shaleen Kalsi does her best to capture its true essence in this week’s iambic instincts.
The second poem of this month, ‘PTSD’ is here. PTSD stands for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, a mental health condition that severely affects the lives of war veterans. Read on as Shaleen Kalsi explores the psyche of a soldier and makes us realize that even after a war has ended, violence can still live on.
On the eve of Gandhi Jayanti, a drug awareness walk was organized in Manipal where students came together to raise their voices against drug abuse.
As ISIS struggles to maintain its hold over occupied territories, it continues to expand its scope online, advertising an Islamic ‘Disney World’, with harrowing narratives of teenage recruitment becoming an all too-familiar headline.
Flico: turning an idea into a successful product.
“The idea is to work smart and work hard.”
The Rotaract Club of Manipal in association with the Universal IAS Training Center in Bangalore recently conducted a seminar on the Civil Services Examination and the various techniques of preparation involved.
Amusement, disgust, and sometimes heartbreak, Aaina’s drama evening made the audience experience everything but boredom.
Taking a look at one of the college’s premier drama troupes presenting a Sunday evening double feature.
With ‘Hayavadan’, the club’s first production of the semester in MIT, Aaina delved into a complex plot which explores the intricacies inherent in relationships.