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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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2018 Asian Games – Chinese triumph or upset?

The Asian Games return after four years, this time in Jakarta and Palembang. The Indonesian cities will witness a sporting treat, with top dogs- China, Japan and South Korea ready to fire - aiming for the top spot. China has been dominating the Asian Games since...

Manipal Joins Relief Efforts for Kerala

MANIPAL: The student town of Manipal in Karnataka seems to be standing hand in hand  with the flood-hit state of Kerala. Various donation camps and help groups are being run by the students of Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) as well as the local...

Nipah Virus 101: The Story So Far

As the Nipah virus makes a reappearance in the country this year, it has already taken the lives of 16 people in four districts of Kerala (Kozhikode, Malappuram, Kannur and Wayanad) and has also spread to other states.  In light of the increasing risks and...

The Prime Minister should stop insulting people: Rahul Gandhi

PADUBIDRI: Congress President Rahul Gandhi flagged off his ‘Janashirvada Yatra’ (Public blessing tour) in coastal parts of Karnataka for the upcoming state assembly elections. He addressed the party workers in a corner meet at Padubidri, Udupi on Monday, March 20. Addressing the gathering, mostly of middle-aged...

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