Hot on the heels of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the Indian Government plans on building a monitoring tool to help monitor citizens’ data and opinions. What does that mean for your privacy? Read on to find out more.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent comments fuelled a fire, but they are also testimony to a much larger problem with the state of political discourse in India. With the fight to control the Rajya Sabha getting harder, what do we stand to lose if this problem continues?
Sandip Roy talks family and sexuality in India – in conversation with The MIT Post.
Despite an estimated 1.8 billion millennials in today’s world, the Left continues to lose its grip as a serious contender in big-boy politics. What can Generation Y learn from the Right?
A cluster of islands in the Pacific, Fiji, with its rich history, culture, and sweeping landscapes is more than just a beach getaway. It’s a small piece of paradise.
India sends the second largest number of students for higher education in the US every year. But with Donald J Trump as President, what do MIT students stand to lose (or gain)?
As India overtakes Britain as the world’s sixth largest economy, should be take this distinction at face value? Read on to hear our opinion.
Engineers Without Borders, Manipal organised an interactive session between the students of MIT and two scientists from the prestigious Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). Here’s what happened.
Leaders of Tomorrow held its first event of the semester, an MUN training session on the 9th of September. The training session was conducted by members of the Working Committee of the club, all of whom are veterans in the field of MUNing. The training
A look into ADA’s first production of the semester.