The Manipal Journal is a news website based out of Manipal. Started by a dedicated team of journalism students as a blog in 2007, TMJ, as it is fondly referred to, has reported stories from Manipal for over 9 years, in the right balance and with good intentions.
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C.G. Salamander discusses the relevance of comic journalism in talk

Writer and graphic novelist, C.G. Salamander conducted an interactive session on comic journalism at the Manipal Centre for Philosophy and Humanities (MCPH) on March 28. The talk entailed personal anecdotes and also highlighted certain aspects of the comic industry in India. Salamander believes that there are...

Three-day long communication event Article 19 kicks off

Article-19, the three-day annual core communication event of the School of Communication (SOC) was inaugurated by renowned journalist and RJ Vasanthi Hariprakash on February 8 at the SOC Auditorium. School of Communication formerly, known as Manipal Institute of Communication is organizing Article-19, one of India's...

Journalism in the era of Trump and Social Media

Politicians and the press have always had a unique symbiotic relationship in a democracy. Through this relationship, the press has the power to make or break a politician as it fulfills its duty to keep the people informed. However the recent political climate in the United...