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Revels 2017 in pictures: Day 3

The 3rd day of Revels 2017 commenced with Glitch, a form of hurdle race and witnessed a series of competitions. An array of dance, music, arts and drama events took place including Play with Clay, Center Stage, Step Up and Battle of the Bands. The...

Revels 2017 In pictures: Day 02

The 2nd day of Revels 2017 witnessed the student populace decked in ethnic wear and a series of competitions. While gaming, art, oratory and sporting events happened throughout the day, numerous bands and dance crews participated in Unplugged and Groove in the evening. The night...

Revels 2017 In pictures: Day 01

MIT's annual sporting and cultural fest Revels'17 kickstarted as students from in and around Manipal milled in for the first day of the fest. Day 1 of the fest witnessed an array of sports and cultural events including Labyrinth, Desi Tadka, Mr and Ms Revels and Haute...

Kambala goes Jallikattu way; PETA plans to challenge

Moodbidri: When thousands of people lead by 200 buffalo owners chanting ‘’Kambala Ulisi’’ (Save Kambala) gathered in Moodbidri’s Kadalakere Nisargadhama grounds two weeks ago protesting the ban on Kambala, the State Government of Karnataka knew it had to act soon. After two weeks of discussions,...

Students take historic step to embrace LGBTQ+ community in Manipal

Manipal: In an unprecedented step to help mitigate and secure the inhibitions of the LGBTQ+* community in Manipal, Article 19, School of Communication’s (SOC) media fest organised the town’s first ever Pride Support Ally March on Sunday. Carrying the characteristic rainbow flag, around fifty students set a carnival-like mood...

Students, Activists protest Kambala ban in Mangaluru

Coastal Karnataka’s growing demand for a legislation supporting traditional buffalo racing sport of Kambala intensified into a mass protest here on Friday.  The rally, which saw the participation of thousands, mainly college students, started as part of a human chain from Hampankatta Circle in Mangaluru...

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