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Manipal’s down for stand-up

Our generation has reached a point where stand-up comedy is considered as an actual career option and not just a mere pastime. With fame and money to gain, stand-up comedy has become an ideal profession for our fun-loving generation that believes more in having a...

They came, they saw, they jazzed

Manipal: The Jazz Explorer Trio, a jazz band from Scandinavia, rendered their music to an overwhelming audience at the packed MIT Library Auditorium on January 9. The event was organised by the Cultural Coordination Committee of Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), in association with...

The Making of m.i.l.a.p.

With the Manipal International Literature and Arts Platform (m.i.l.a.p.) kick-starting on the 15th of September, The Manipal Journal got in touch with a few members of the organising committee to uncover how the very first international literary fest of Manipal came into being. Conception Dr H...

The Art of Translation: An indispensable process

Literature has served as a record for the constantly developing and transforming cultures all around the world. Be it the Indian Vedas, the Greek epics, the Latin poems or the innumerable literary pieces in a plethora of languages, we have them well within our reach....

Protest against Gauri Lankesh’s murder in Udupi

Udupi: Amidst nationwide protests against the murder of senior journalist Gauri Lankesh at her Bengaluru residence, several organizations led by the Dalit Damanitara Horata Samiti held a candle light protest at the Martyr’s Memorial at Ajjarkad Park on September 6. Activists and leaders from the...

A ‘Double Bill’ of tears and laughter

Manipal: Aaina Dramatics, the dramatics club of Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) held its first center-stage production for the semester, Double Bill that comprised of two plays, “Bali and Shambu” and “The Outlaws” at the MIT Library Auditorium here on August 20. Directed by Saman...

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