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The Manipal Journal is a news website based out of Manipal. Started by a dedicated team of journalism students as a blog in 2007, TMJ, as it is fondly referred to, has reported stories from Manipal for over 9 years, in the right balance and with good intentions.
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How moral is moral policing?

Moral policing in India is nothing new. The recent case in the communally divergent town of Mangalore has just become another example of the desperation for authority among ruling activist groups thriving in the country. For the last 20 years, the town has been suffering...

Manipal is built on a laterite plateau: Ramit Singal

Manipal: Ramit Singal, a renowned bird watcher, naturalist, and an ex-student of Manipal Institute of Technology, discussed the characteristics of laterite soil at a gathering of students and environmental supporters at the Planetarium Complex in Manipal Centre for Philosophy and Humanities (MCPH), Manipal University on...

Censorship decoded

Manipal: Ramchandra P.N., an award winning film-maker, delivered a talk on “cinema and censorship” at the School of Communication (SOC) auditorium on Tuesday, August 18, 2015. Ramchandra P.N. who is credited for works like ‘Suddha’ and ‘Putaani Party’ educated a packed hall of enthusiastic media students...

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