Celebrating Our 68th As we celebrate 68 years of our nation’s freedom, let’s take a look at what it took to earn it. The Indian Independence movement went by many names, under many able leaders, and ultimately required the force of millions to cause the
From ProShow ’15, relive one of the most scintillating and memorable performances Manipal has ever experienced. Featuring the diversely talented Indian icon- Farhan Akhtar.
“I just create the characters and their universe. Once that’s done, they make their own way in their world, and I become less of a writer and more a chronicler of their lives. It’s kind of like giving birth to a child.” Nishant Muralidharan, a junior in
College campuses throughout the world encourage cycling. Good for wallets and waistlines, students have used it for long, as a means of travel, throughout the campus. However, to Kartik Verma- a fourth year student in MIT, bicycling is much closer to the heart than that.
The auditorium was packed beyond intended capacity. Though not unprecedented, given the stature of the man of the hour, the sheer sight of students willing to stand for an hour-long interaction was commensurate with the profundity of the night. The evening successfully harboured the very
Mortimer: Aunt Abby, how can I believe you? There are twelve men buried down in the cellar and you admit you poisoned them. Abby: Yes I did. But don’t think I’d stoop to telling a lie. In a world where insanity is the norm, the
For an average Sudoku enthusiast, a pleasant morning would consist of some hot coffee, and an attempt at the sudoku from the national daily. The organizers from IEEE thought it would be a fun idea to heat up the challenge by slotting coding to the
Before you read further, open your wardrobe and look inside. Your everyday clothes will probably be in a neat stack out in front. Then in a corner will be the formal and festive attire, sealed in a pack with the laundry tag still on.
Critics stand on their perch, sharpen their pencils, and label the man who risks it all in the arena. We look at a celebrity like Farhan Akhtar on our TV screens and coolly judge him as an actor, a director, a writer, a humanitarian, a
JAM or Just a Minute was easily Paradigm Shift’s most anticipated event. JAM, originally a BBC radio game, came with the following set of rules – a panel of six would be given a particular topic to speak on for a minute. Each speech by