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The Apprentice – Revels’15

Revels has always intended to incorporate events of a distinactive nature into its realm therein surpassing mere notations of its yearly existence. The second round of ‘The Apprentice’ saw the event inflate from its preliminary quiz round to that of a commerce attributed affair. Having

Extempore – Revels’15

Paradigm Shift held its second event at the NLH, starting a little behind schedule, as most events are wont to do. Overseen by two organizers and several other members who dropped by from time to time, it was judged by two interns, and scrutinized by

Dawn of The Innerpreneur – Revels’15

As Karl Marx best put it “Sell a man a fish and he is fed for a day, teach a man how to fish and you ruin a wonderful business opportunity.” ‘The Apprentice’, belonging to the category ‘EQ-IQ’, was one of the first among many

Giants on the Court – Revels’15

Sports are a big part of Revels, and basketball is perhaps the most exciting of them all. Day one of this year’s fest proved to be a good one for fans of the sport with nail-biting finishes, showboating players and enthusiastic spectators that cheered their

Unity is Strength – Rashtriya Ekta Diwas

“Imagine all the people, sharing all the world,” were the words John Lennon used to urge the world to embrace differences in race and religion, and to live together in harmony and peace. He lived and died in the hope that someday, everybody would share his ideas

Talk It Out – The Religion Debate

Religion comes from the Latin words ‘religare‘, which means ‘to bind’, and ‘religio’, which means obligation. This, in itself, provides a brief insight as to what the word envelopes. The inhabitants of a region, united in their views of the workings of nature, fabricated ideologies

Republic Day Manipal

The 26th of January, 2015, saw KMC Greens decorated with twenty marching contingents, as part of the Republic Day celebrations conducted by the School of Communication. The event commenced at 9am with the Chief Guest, Dr. Ramnarayan, Vice Chancellor of Manipal University, hoisting the tricolor

Apocalypse Now

“In peace, sons bury their fathers. In war, fathers bury their sons.” Such was the aftermath of the attack on the 16th of December, 2014, when 132 sons and daughters from The Army Public School in Peshawar were buried, having been killed by men of the

Know Your Budget

It was a big moment for the triumphant party’s government as well as the citizens of the country, as the world waited with baited breath to see what the powerful Modi government had in store for the economic growth starved country. A leather briefcase clasped amorously to

Keep Off The Grass

Drug addiction festers under the neglect of society, and to combat this neglect, MIT’s Rotaract club conducted a “Stay Safe” anti-drug walk, on the 9th of February, from Kamath Circle to Tiger Circle and back. The president of the organizing club, Sarvendra Agarwal, said, “People

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