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BrandScan Celebrates Excellence in its 26th Year

MANIPAL: BrandScan, a Market Research Fair, was organised by T. A. Pai Management Institute (TAPMI), Manipal at KMC Greens on Sunday, November 4. The fair, alongside various market research events, also hosted an evening with dance, singing, fashion events. This year marks the 26th edition of...

AIESEC focuses on sustainable development at Luminaire 2015

Manipal: AIESEC in Manipal University held its annual event Luminaire 2015 (previously called Light the Night) at the End Point football ground here on Saturday November 14. The event discussed the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) laid out by the United Nations. While the release of lanterns into the sky...

Blitzkrieg take the stage in KMC’s Onam Aashamsakal

Manipal: Blitzkrieg dance crew performed at the 20th edition of the cultural program for the celebration of Onam ‘Keli 2015’ held on October 1, 2015 at the Golden Jubilee Hall. It was organised by Kasturba Medical College’s (KMC) Malayalee Association. Sagar  Nambiar, an organising member was pleased to...

Umeed 2015 sees participation from Mangalore

Manipal: AIESEC in Manipal University organised Umeed 2015, a day of fun games and activities for under privileged children from Manipal and Mangalore. The event took place on October 4, at the T.M.A. Pai Park. Children of the age group 10- 14, were encouraged to dance, sing and...