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AIESEC World Cafe: A Platform that facilitates discussion

MANIPAL: AIESEC Manipal hosted World Cafe, an event that brought together students from various colleges of Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) to discuss various relevant issues prevalent in the world on February 28 at the Manipal Amphitheatre. The event was conducted by letting the students take...

SOC Students Celebrate Equality and Abolishment of Section 377

MANIPAL: The students of School of Communication (SOC) conducted an ally march starting from the Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) Edu building on October 16 to celebrate the decriminalisation of homosexuality under section 377 of Indian Penal Code (IPC), which had previously criminalised all...

CJI Misra: 13 months of Controversy and Charisma

The 45th Chief Justice of India (CJI), Dipak Misra, on October 2, retired after his 13-month tenure holding the post. His time as the CJI was different from many of his predecessors, as it invited an unusually huge span of attention on the Supreme Court....

LGBTQA+ kyu? Time to Accept ‘them’ as Humans

A talk was delivered by Trinetra Gummaraju, a transwoman (read - woman) and a student at Kasturba Medical College, Manipal on the controversial ‘Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) bill, 2016’ at Interact building on Tuesday, April 17. The talk was followed by a discussion on...