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A Talk with the Director: Part One

Dr. Gopalakrishna Prabhu joined Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) as a lecturer in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering in 1989 before going on to serve Manipal University (MU) in various capacities. With an M.Tech from MIT and a PhD from Indian Institute of Technology...

Olympics: A broadcaster’s nightmare

A presenter, reporter and producer for major broadcasters around the world, Andy May has had an illustrious career in the world of sports broadcasting. Having worked with broadcasters including ESPN, Star Sports, Sky Sports, BBC Radio 1 and Real Madrid TV, he is currently working...

Teen sensation ready to tee off at Rio

At a tender age of five, Aditi Ashok from Bengaluru picked up the golf club in her hands for the first time. In four years, she rose up the ranks to make it to the nationals and in three more years she was competing internationally....

India’s Golden Girl at Rio – Dutee Chand

A few days before the 2014 Commonwealth Games at Glasgow, India was deprived of a possible medal in athletics when the Athletic Federation of India dropped Dutee Chand from the contingent stating her hyperandrogenism as the reason. The decision invited criticism but it was upheld. For...

The man who put Manipal on top of the world

Satyarup Siddhanta, an alumnus of Sikkim Manipal University and a member of the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, recently achieved the remarkable feat of scaling the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest. On his sixth major mountaneering venture, he created history when he waved the Manipal colours...

Taking Manipal to Vegas: The Blitzkrieg Story

From finishing third at IIM-Bangalore to winning at the Indian Hip Hop Championship, Blitzkrieg Dance Crew’s rise to prominence has surprised many. With the group’s victory at the Indian Hip Hop Championship, they not only become the first college crew to win the event but...

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