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Manipal Runs a Blood Donation Drive on Independence Day

Manipal:  Manipal’s Rotaract Club organised a blood donation camp at the MIT food court on Wednesday, encouraging donors across Manipal to attend the event. The donors showed full vigour in their participation, as they gathered in large numbers to contribute to the cause. Dr. Avinash...

Being Indie and Hindi: The Local Train interview

Independent rock band ‘The Local Train’ is a part of a new generation of artists coming up in India who refuse to, in their own words, take orders from anyone and do their own thing. The band rose to prominence for both their soulful music and...

The Local Train arrives in Manipal again

Indie rock band 'The Local Train' returned to Manipal, less than a year after performing at Revels, to perform at Nawaazish '17, a public concert organised by the Rotaract Club of Manipal. [caption id="attachment_6950" align="alignnone" width="4608"] The Local Train's popularity in Manipal skyrocketed when they performed at Revels...

Flurry of activity as MIT organises Republic Day celebrations

Manipal: Students and faculty of Manipal University (MU) gathered to celebrate the 68th Republic Day at KMC Greens on January 26. The event, organised by Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT), was presided over by H.S. Ballal, Pro Chancellor, MU, and Vinod Bhat, Vice Chancellor, MU. "Rights are...

Rotaract club visits Karunalaya

Brahmavar: The Rotaract Club of Manipal, under its community contact programme, visited Karunalaya an old age home in Brahmavar, on Sunday 28, September. The program saw the participation of many volunteers as they extended a helping hand to the old age home for abandoned, aged women....

Rotaract Club to visit Karunalaya orphanage on Septemeber 28

The Rotaract club of Manipal under its community contact programme visits orphanages, old age homes and school for specially-abled people every Sunday and other public holidays. The Rotaract Club of Manipal will visit Karunalaya, an orphanage near Udupi on September 28th. Interested people please assemble at...

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