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Qissa: Everybody loves a good story

Manipal: On a rainy October evening, five unique storytellers took the stage to tell their tales to a bunch of interested listeners from various parts of Manipal. Qissa, a storytelling venture's first installment saw the storytellers Siddhant Kala, Hrishabh Kanti, Mr. Thomas, Angad Gummaraju and Nadeem Ahmed...

Picture story: Daan Utsav starts with ‘baby-steps’.

The Volunteer Services Organization (VSO), in association with Sports Council, Manipal University organized “Kidathon”, a ‘walk-a-thon’ event held for children between the ages of two and ten at Marena sports stadium in Manipal on September 24. This event kickstarted the 2017 edition of  Daan Utsav,...

Looking back: Distribution drive at MIT food court

Red X, the official socio-adventure club of Manipal University organized Sahaj, a distribution drive at the MIT food court on August 28.The event aimed at giving away Manipal Arogya cards and sewing machines to various members of the society, providing them a chance to attain...

Manipal’s Pothole Problem

Manipal has often been synonymous with strong monsoons. Every year they result in potholes on several roads including the 87 kilometre-long national highway 169A connecting Malpe and Udupi. The incessant downpour in and around the region leads to an average rainfall of nearly 500 cms....

Art and History exhibition by CCCS

MANIPAL: The Centre for Creative and Cultural Studies (CCCS) organized a two-day National Seminar and Art Exhibition, funded by Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR), on 'Indian Art and Art History,' at the KMC Interact hall on July 22-23. The seminar included presentations explaining the Yakshagana...

Depression brought to the fore at MCPH event

The Student Support Centre(SSC) at Manipal University in collaboration with Manipal Centre for Philosophy and Humanities (MCPH) organized an event called ‘Depression: Let’s Talk’ at the MCPH premises on Friday, April 8. Attendees at the exhibition discussing the narratives || Photograph Courtesy: Niharika Nambiar An evening dedicated...

Kurosawa’s Rashomon re-created on stage

Engulfing the ambience with live music and fire, Absolute Dramatics Addiction (ADA) in association with BeTaal staged ‘Rashomon’ directed by Abhinav Grover, a theatre artist and an alumnus of MIT. Performed at the TMA Pai Park Amphitheatre on April 8, the play was a Yakshagana...

Looking Back: Tarang 2017

Last Sunday saw the End Point football field grounds swarmed by a horde of kite-flying enthusiasts for this year's edition of Tarang. Organized by VSO-MU (Volunteer Services Organisation – Manipal University), Tarang 2017 is a kite flying festival, open to people of all age groups....

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