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Drishti Sanyal – The Manipal Journal
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Sandip Roy explores secrets and sexuality in talk

Manipal: Acclaimed author Sandip Roy gave his account of ‘Family and Sexuality’, at Gangubai Hanagal Auditorium, at the Manipal International Literature and Arts Platform (MILAP) on September 16. The author of the Bloomsbury India classic, ‘Don’t Let Him Know’, addressed the crowd on the significance of...

Red-X organises action-packed weekend

Manipal: Red-X, the socio-adventure club of Manipal University, organised its two day adventure weekend, Vertigo, on 22 and 23 October in the Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) campus area. Vertigo, is annually organised in the odd semester to raise funds in order to help underprivileged children...

Potter Mania draws huge crowd in Manipal

Manipal: School of Communication (SOC) transfigured into Platform 9 3/4 as an array of witches, wizards and muggles gathered in huge numbers at the institute’s campus for the first pre-event of Article-19, School of Communication’s annual core communication fest, on August 31. Over 300 potterheads armed...