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Where Kamath Canteen Stood

As students of Manipal University (MU) set out for the end semester break in late 2016, rumours were rife of a drastic change in scenery at the erstwhile Kamath Circle (KC). It wasn’t until they returned that official news of the area getting revamped began to...

Case against company an act of retribution: Javed Anand

Javed Anand is a social activist involved with minority rights and anti-communalism reportage. He and wife Teesta Setalvad have been instrumental in the fight for justice for victims of the 2002 Gujarat Pogrom through their organization “Citizens for Justice and Peace”. Co-founder of the monthly advocacy magazine...

MU aids International Blind Chess Tournament

Manipal: Playing host to participants from four nations, officials of Manipal University inaugurated the Asia Pacific Chess Championship for the Visually Challenged at the Dr TMA Pai Halls on March 22. The best of players from India, Bangladesh, Philippines and Sri Lanka face off at the...

Reliance’s ‘palm trees’ come up across campus

Manipal: Towers disguised as plastic palm trees have propped up across the University campus, provisioning coverage bandwith for users of Reliance Jio. While they have attracted widespread attention, the proximity of these towers to the living quarters earlier prompted a fear of radiation and other health problems....

MCPH hosts talk by Devdutt Pattanaik

At a talk hosted by the Centre for Cultural History, mythologist and author Devdutt Pattanaik addressed a gathering on ‘Mythology: Questioning the Nature of Truth’ at Manipal Centre for Philosophy and Humanities (MCPH) here, on March 17. Comparing the historical and the present form of the...

Food fest explores Island cuisines

A two-day food festival themed ‘Wrecked on a reef’ was organised by Welcomegroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration (WGSHA) on 17 and 18 March at Chaya Hall, Fortune Inn Valley View. The food fest served a varied cuisine which brought about an opportunity to experience the cuisines...

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