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Goonj Celebrates Hindi Diwas at School of Communication

MANIPAL: Hindi Diwas celebrations by MAHE (Manipal Academy of Higher Education) stepped up to a new echelon as its Hindi literary society, Goonj, in association with YELL Club, the official literary and debating society of School of Communication (SOC) found its foot at the SOC lobby...

Jashn-E-Manipal: A rib tickling poetic evening

The second edition of the annual Hindi literary fest Jashn-e-Manipal, organised by Manipal’s only Hindi literary club ‘Goonj’ took place on Tuesday, March 27 at the Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) library auditorium. Noted poet Shambhu Shikhar, orchestrated his excellent oratory skills to produce a spellbinding...

The Prime Minister should stop insulting people: Rahul Gandhi

PADUBIDRI: Congress President Rahul Gandhi flagged off his ‘Janashirvada Yatra’ (Public blessing tour) in coastal parts of Karnataka for the upcoming state assembly elections. He addressed the party workers in a corner meet at Padubidri, Udupi on Monday, March 20. Addressing the gathering, mostly of middle-aged...

VSO completes a decade

The Voluntary Services Organization (VSO) organized a program celebrating a decade of its existence in a bid to appreciate the various works done by its volunteers at the MV Kamath seminar hall here yesterday. The program, which lasted for two and a half hour began...