An exceptional poet and storyteller, Amandeep Singh Khayal’s magical way with words have garnered widespread appreciation for writing straight from the heart. The MIT Post had the opportunity to converse with him during the Manipal Conclave 2020.
Through an online medium, Vedanth 10.0 exhibited the epitome of technological ingenuity. After grinding for months, various teams put forth their innovative projects with the hope to succeed.
Elon Musk is back at it with yet another venture. This time, he attempts to turn his science fiction dreams of unlocking the brain’s full potential to reality—in the form of a coin-sized chip. Connecting our minds to the gadgets around us opens up realms of possibility, granting expediency of immense magnitude, and paving the way to a more enjoyable life—but it can also go awfully wrong.
In this mighty labyrinth of a world, we often stumble along dead ends and lose ourselves in that maze. Instead of offering help, society turns a blind eye to this mental struggle. This talk raises questions on how to navigate through those struggles and move forward and counter the stigma around mental health.
The world is paralysed, the driving force of the economies is running low on fuel. The irony? We now have a surplus of oil. With the oil markets crashing as a consequence of an ominous venture of the novel coronavirus, this article expands on the debilitating condition of oil industries during the pandemic and its global impact that has stranded the oil-dependent countries in uncertain waters.
Tagore—the man responsible for bringing home the first Nobel prize, was a visionary who penned down his wide-ranging intellect and ideals in the form of poems and songs. In this article, we regard the various cultural, historical, and socio-economic contributions of his works that impact the nation, and the world of literature to this very day.
Taking cue from one of the most widely talked-about topics in the world, Blank 101 hosted a debate on iOS vs Android which attracted tech enthusiasts from all over the institute. With long-time users discussing every aspect of both OS, the fruitful debate managed to educate as well as keep everyone engaged.
Concluding their share of theatre for the year, AAINA recently hosted two plays in the short span of a week—’Chacha Chaubey Ke Chashme Se’, a street play depicting the social evils that plague our country, and ‘In The Name Of Blood’ a crime drama inspired by the Capones. The enthralling performances of the actors and brilliant scripts of both the plays thoroughly delighted the audience.