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Manipal Ally March sees larger turnout

Manipal: The students of School of Communication (SOC) organized an Ally March on the streets of Manipal on February 4. The procession, the second initiative of its kind, aimed to encourage people of the LGBTQ+ community to come out of the closet and display it with...

Manipal ‘Udega’: Rahul Subramanian in Manipal

Manipal: Renowned stand-up comedian Rahul Subramanian performed at an event organised by Las Viegas Comedy Club (LVC), Goa’s premier comedy club at Country Inn & Suites by Carlson, Manipal on January 20. Rahul Subramanian is part of the comedy collective Random Chikibum, and has also appeared...

A New Cycle: Paryaya 2018

Udupi: Ebullience, unanimity and a strong sense of devoutness marked the biennial Paryaya festival where thousands of people flocked to witness the ascendancy of Sri Vidyadheesha Tirtha Swamiji of the Sri Palimaru Mutt for the second time on Paryaya or Sarvajna Peetha at the Sri Krishna...

Manipal’s down for stand-up

Our generation has reached a point where stand-up comedy is considered as an actual career option and not just a mere pastime. With fame and money to gain, stand-up comedy has become an ideal profession for our fun-loving generation that believes more in having a...

They came, they saw, they jazzed

Manipal: The Jazz Explorer Trio, a jazz band from Scandinavia, rendered their music to an overwhelming audience at the packed MIT Library Auditorium on January 9. The event was organised by the Cultural Coordination Committee of Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), in association with...

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