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MCH sets the stage for regional theatre

MANIPAL: The Manipal Centre for Humanities (MCH) Theatre Club staged a play in Malayalam titled ‘Balyakalasakhi’ for the first time at Gangubai Hanagal Auditorium on April 11 as part of their efforts to venture into regional theatre production. The two-hour play, whose title translates to ‘Childhood...

A play and a dance-drama — Kalamanch stages two main productions

MANIPAL: Kalamanch, the award-winning theatre and dramatics club of Manipal Institute of Communication (MIC), performed their two major productions titled ‘Sakharam Binder’ and ‘Surpayan’ on April 12 at Gangubai Hangal Auditorium at Manipal Centre for Humanities (MCH). ‘Sakharam Binder’, adapted from a Marathi play of the...

Manipal talks for its women at celebration in MAHE

MANIPAL: On the occasion of International Women’s Day on March 8, a series of panel discussions and talks organised by Team Women, Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), were held at the TMA Pai auditorium. The celebrations of this year were based on the theme...

Progressivism in Urdu literature: In conversation with Rakshanda Jalil

MANIPAL:  An interactive session was hosted by Dr. TMA Pai Chair in Indian Literature with writer and scholar of Urdu literature, Dr. Rakhshanda Jalil on February 21, at Gangubai Hangal Auditorium of Manipal Centre of Humanities (MCH). Dr. Nikhil Govind, Head of the centre, moderated the event.  A writer...

Mumbai-based theatre group Tamaasha performs in Manipal

MANIPAL: Mumbai-based theatre group Tamaasha performed their acclaimed play ‘Words Have Been Uttered’ on January 23 at the Gangubai Auditorium, Manipal Centre for Humanities (MCH), Manipal Academy of Higher Education. Directed by Sunil Shanbag and imagined by Irawati Karnik, Sapan Saran and Shanbag, the play is...