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MIT Student Commits Suicide in Manipal

MANIPAL:  A second year student of Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) committed suicide on Tuesday, October 9 by jumping from the sixth floor of A1 Apartments at MIT campus. The student was pursuing a B.Tech degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECE). Sridhar Nambiar, Sub-Inspector at...

Fourth Edition of Pro.Verb Concludes with MIT’s Victory

MANIPAL: Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) carried the first prize in the fourth edition of M.V. Kamath Memorial National Debate Tournament – Pro.Verb organised at School of Communication (SOC) during September 28-30. Project Verbal, more commonly known as Pro.Verb is an annual three day British Parliamentary...

MIT A wins MAHE Inter-Collegiate Chess Tournament

MANIPAL: Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) hosted its annual Inter-Collegiate Chess Tournament on September 5 and 6 at the MAHE Counselling Hall, Manipal. The two-day event was inaugurated by Dr Kishore Kumar CK, Vice Chancellor, Mangalore University.  The competition was based on a Swiss-System Tournament style,...

Yakshagana: The Art That Lives On

Yakshagana is a form of dance and theatre that combines music, dance, dialogue, traditional costumes and make-up, and stage craftsmanship. It is practised in the coastal areas of Karnataka and in some parts of northern Kerala. With the increase in the influence of western art...

Tracing the Student Theatre Culture in Manipal

The second edition of the ‘Manipal International Literature and Arts Platform’ (MILAP) literature festival begins tomorrow on September 6 at the TMA Pai Halls in Manipal. This year, MILAP comprises a series of events that spans various genres, languages and unique art forms, with a...

From Ayyappa to Atheists, Kerala had them all

Kerala is currently victim to the most destructive rains it has seen in over a century. With the state receiving over 42% more rainfall than anticipated, the furious floods destroyed property and infrastructure worth crores and left many homeless. As people rushed to relief camps...

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