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Shaam-e-Dastaan: An open mic of penned words and artful thoughts

MANIPAL:  Goonj, the Hindi Literary Society of Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), organised the third edition of Shaam-e-Dastaan, an open mic event, on April 15 at the Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences (MCOPS). The evening saw a series of talented and entertaining performances of slam...

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...

Action Replay

[caption id="attachment_7826" align="alignnone" width="968"] Action Replay[/caption] The cartooning team at The Manipal Journal wanted to lend in a hand in nostalgia for the School of Communication's (earlier Manipal Institute of Communication) twentieth anniversary. Cartoon by Rayna Lele, Antara Gupta, Tanya Singh and Nishanth Palan. ...

Namma Angadi 2015 breaks sales records again

Manipal: Getting bigger and better every year, Namma Angadi 2015 broke last year’s sales record of 10 lakh and pulled in about 14.08 lakh this year, which will go towards the Concern for Working Children (CWC). Shivananda Shetty, Assistant Director of the NGO, Namma Bhoomi,Kundapura addressed the...

Article-19 dedicated to martyred journalists

Manipal: Article 19, the annual core communication festival of the School of Communication (SOC) dedicated this year’s edition to all the journalists who had died for the cause in the past year. The three day fest started on February 19 with an inauguration by social activist and...

Manipal remembers ‘The Common Man’

Manipal: In light of renowned cartoonist R K Laxman passing away on January 26 this year, the third year BAJC students of School of Communication (SOC), Manipal organised a tribute for him on the college premises on February 6. “R K Laxman is such a wonderful...

Kalamanch goes big with Pygmalion

Manipal: Kalamanch, School of Communication’s (SOC) theatre club had its largest end semester production yet, when they staged ‘Pygmalion’ to a full house on October 31 at the Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) Library Auditorium. This was Kalamanch’s attempt to reach out to an audience beyond SOC....

VSO spreads smiles through Daan Utsav

Manipal: Volunteer Services Organization (VSO) celebrated Daan Utsav from October 2-8 by launching six new projects in and around Manipal. Daan Utsav is India’s “festival of giving.” Coinciding with Gandhi Jayanthi every year, it engages people through the acts of philanthropy. VSO Manipal began the week...

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