The Supreme Court reserved its judgement on the issue of the validity of Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code on Tuesday. The MIT Post takes a look at the hearing that began last week and reaches out to members of the society for their reactions.
A new pet cafe is set to open in Manipal, catering to the town’s pet owners and dog-lovers. Owners Chirag Shetty and Sujith Shetty expect the place to be open in August on the End Point Road.
Manipal expressed solidarity with the victims of rape in Kathua and Unnao with a candlelight vigil, joining in the widespread outrage in the country. Read on to know more about the proceedings.
Seeking to do away with the flood of cab share posts on Facebook groups, two MIT students founded Mighty Cabs, a cab sharing service, in Manipal. The success of this service could change the way Manipal books taxis. Read the story of the inception of this venture and its challenges.
Directed by a former MIT-ian for the NYU School of Journalism’s News and Documentary film festival, Athyunnath Eleti’s ‘Aishu Didi’ chronicles the story of Ms. Aishwarya Shetty, an MIT-alumnus as she struggles to bring the light of education into the lives of children in one of India’s most conservative localities.
Kanan Gill and Urooj Ashfaq, in association with LVC, are set to perform a sold-out show at Fortune Inn Valley View on the 11th March 2018. Students are highly anticipating the comedians’ arrival on Manipal’s burgeoning stand-up scene.
Popular student bakery E=MmmCake2 will be shutting down permanently on 8th March. With demand still high, the announcement has dismayed customers.
The first edition of the Manipal Model WHO saw students from different disciplines coming together to discuss climate change related health issues and policies.
14th January 2018 witnessed the entire college coming forth to celebrate the season’s first harvest festival- Pongal. With beautiful decorations, mouthwatering dishes, and mesmerizing cultural performances, this campus celebration ensured every student felt at home. Read on to find out more!
Since the release of the Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 1937, Disney has come a long way, replacing poisoned apples with guitars and Prince Charming with self-sufficiency. Modern day Disney is moving towards being more inclusive of cultures and gender identities with the release of every new movie. It’s a whole new world, indeed.