Ishita Malaviya and Tushar Pathiyan, founders of Shaka Surf Club, talking at Manipal-o-pedia || [...]
Inspirational talks at Manipal-o-pedia
Manipal: The Think Tank organized its first official event ‘Manipal-o-Pedia’, a series of talks [...]
Zubair Ahmed speaking on Islamic practices and beliefs: Picture Courtesy: Aryan Tandon
Students discuss Islam
Manipal: A seminar on ‘Understanding Islam’ was conducted by the Centre for Gandhian and [...]
Actors Ridhima Chatterjee and Hrishabh Kanti in Gulaab || Picture Courtesy: Nihal Sajid
Kala Manch retells Shakespeare
Manipal: Kala Manch, the theatre club of School of Communication (SOC), presented two Shakespearean [...]
In conversation with Vikas Khanna || Picture Courtesy: Pritukirti Pratyush
From Chole Bhature to Junoon: The Vikas Khanna journey
A restaurateur, food writer, filmmaker, host of several food and culinary shows, philanthropist, [...]
Inspirational talks at Manipal-o-pedia
Manipal: The Think [...]
Students discuss Islam
Manipal: A seminar [...]
Kala Manch retells Shakespeare
Manipal: Kala Manch, [...]
From Chole Bhature to Junoon: The Vikas Khanna journey
A restaurateur, food [...]
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The Manipal Journal – Jumping to Conclusions: MIT student death
2016-03-20
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The Manipal Journal – Jumping to Conclusions: MIT student death
2016-03-20
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Venugopal Ramanathan
2016-03-20
Extremely balanced article. There is a tendency among the youth today to jump to conclusions too fast and embark among an action path which may lead only to confusion and abnormal behaviour with the law and the mentors. Look at what has happened in JNU etc. I think the students, rather than embark on this path of confrontation should give space to the appropriate agencies to probe this incident and come out with an answer. As a parent, I would expect my ward to take it in stride and continue with his/her main purpose in life today - study and obtain his/her degree of proficiency. I know it is difficult to offer condolences to those affected and just move on but such incidents will only worsen the tension and distrust in the campus. - Read the post.
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