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The Great Indian E-Commerce Solution

The gradual but certain increase in internet usage is making rural populations the greatest un-tapped treasure in the Indian e-commerce space. With start-ups and big players like Amazon both expanding into rural markets, the online marketplace in India is braced for change.

MAC Binding for Security of User Accounts, Says Administration

I-ON users were recently notified that MAC binding of devices would limit them to three devices, a move that will possibly curb sharing of accounts among students. The Assistant Director-IT stated that this policy was in response to complaints about the compromise of passwords and they were open to feedback.

The Search for the Missing Malpe Fishermen

Eight fishermen on board the boat Suvarna Thribuja, who had set out on a fishing expedition from Malpe, were reported missing on 16th December and their whereabouts remain unknown to date. Read about the circumstances of their disappearance and the search and rescue efforts undertaken.

Brexit–End of ‘A Tale of Two Referendums’

Britain is set to leave the European Union in March of this year. The Government has negotiated and a withdrawal deal is on the floor. But if a majority of the UK population voted to leave the EU then why hasn’t the deal been passed yet? Why is there opposition from the Parliament and the public, if the PM is delivering on what the people demanded? Brexit is a web of diplomatic bureaucracy that holds the power to shape the global economy, and the longer it takes to unravel, the more the uncertainty around Britain’s future increases.

The Road Always Taken—The Fall of YA Movie Franchises

The rise in popularity of Young Adult fiction novels and series has been influencing the film industry for many years. While some adaptations of books and their sequels have seen box-office success, others have not been quite as favoured. This article explores the reasons behind the failure of these franchises giving way to the success of others.

MIT Unveils Electric Buggy

In a step towards a more environment-friendly campus, MIT unveiled an electric buggy on Saturday afternoon. The vehicle, donated by MIT alumni Sandeep Maini, will be used for transport within the campus.

A Case Study in Collaboration—MAHESRF

Research is widely considered as one of the most important criteria for an institute to be considered successful. MAHESRF is an active student body dedicated to promoting the spirit of research among students from all constituent colleges of MAHE. With their event ICHTR coming up, we give an insight into the workings of MAHESRF.

The Open Electives (2018-19)—Semester VI

Open Elective offer you the opportunity to take up a subject well-tailored to your interests, but making the right choice is not always an easy decision. To help you know your options and decide what’s best for you, here is a list of all the Open Electives on offer for the sixth semester.