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Magic and Motivation: Looking back at Illumine Talks

Manipal: Lions Club Manipal, in association with the Rotaract Club of Manipal organised the Illumine Talks on February 7, at the Manipal Institute of Technology’s (MIT) library auditorium. Illumine was conducted by motivational speaker, Hisrar Tallani and world renowned illusionist, Shankar Junior, who came to motivate...

Manipal Celebrates World Mental Health Day

Manipal: The Student Support Centre (SSC) commemorated its World Mental Health Day celebrations with this year’s theme of ‘Young people and Mental Health in a Changing World’ in conjoint events that took place at Quarter no.125 and the MCPH premises on Wednesday, October 10. World Mental...

Blindfolded Conversations: Beyond the Phase of Physical Judgement

Manipal: MILAP (Manipal International Literature and Arts Platform) in collaboration with The Psych Club, Manipal organised Blindfolded Conversations, a pre-event, in the AB-5 Foyer, MIT (Manipal Institute of Technology) on Tuesday.   [caption id="attachment_9198" align="alignnone" width="5038"] The event was conducted by volunteers who helped the participants throughout...

Yakshagana: The Art That Lives On

Yakshagana is a form of dance and theatre that combines music, dance, dialogue, traditional costumes and make-up, and stage craftsmanship. It is practised in the coastal areas of Karnataka and in some parts of northern Kerala. With the increase in the influence of western art...

Tracing the Student Theatre Culture in Manipal

The second edition of the ‘Manipal International Literature and Arts Platform’ (MILAP) literature festival begins tomorrow on September 6 at the TMA Pai Halls in Manipal. This year, MILAP comprises a series of events that spans various genres, languages and unique art forms, with a...

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