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Clean the Manipal Lake!

Manipal: Volunteer Services Organisation (VSO) of Manipal University held its weekly ‘Clean Manipal Lake’ drive on August 30. The lake cleaning was initiated last semester by Dr Vidya Pratap, an associate professor at T.A Pai Management Institute (TAPMI) when she learnt that the local government planned to...

Technically unsound

Manipal: The official dramatics club of Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT), Aaina, experienced faulty audio systems in 'Crossroads', their first production this semester, on August 31. The evening comprised of two plays, ‘Reflection’ and ‘Peelay Scooter Waala’ at the AC seminar hall, MIT campus. The flow of...

Breaking Barriers

Manipal: Interns and students from around the world were present at the Global Village event arranged by AIESEC on August 29 and 30 at the Manipal School of Communication (SOC) auditorium and Kasturba Medical College (KMC) food court. The idea behind the event was to give...

Feminist take on Natyashastra

Manipal: The Dr. T.M.A Pai Chair for Indian Literature explored a feminist approach towards Natyashastra, through Bharatnatyam, on August 29, at the Gangubai Hanagal auditorium, at 4:30pm. The talk of veteran critic, Dr. B.N Sumitra Bai on ‘Bharata’s Natyashastra: An alternative discourse’ was featured in the...

Stephen Tankel on US-Pakistan relations

Manipal: Stephen Tankel, Assistant Professor at School of International Service, American University, Washington, D.C. and a non-resident Senior Fellow at the Centre for New American Security, addressed the students of the Department of Geopolitics and International Relations, Manipal University at the Old T.A.Pai Management Institute...

Manipal Arogya Card

Manipal: The last date for the application for Manipal Arogya Card has been extended to August 22. This social initiative, which began in 2001 by Manipal University, plans to enroll at least two lakh members, this year. The cardholders can avail discounts on health care treatments...

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