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Atharva revamps school, one run at a time

MANIPAL: The 32nd edition of Atharva, an annual management and cultural fest belonging to T. A. Pai Management Institute (TAPMI), included a marathon event ‘Run for a Cause’ which was held on January 13. The event was aimed at acknowledging the corporate social responsibility that...

BrandScan Celebrates Excellence in its 26th Year

MANIPAL: BrandScan, a Market Research Fair, was organised by T. A. Pai Management Institute (TAPMI), Manipal at KMC Greens on Sunday, November 4. The fair, alongside various market research events, also hosted an evening with dance, singing, fashion events. This year marks the 26th edition of...

Helmets compulsory for students from October 1

Udupi/Manipal: Two wheelers form a big proportion of vehicles in Manipal and its adjoining cities. The rate at which the accidents have occurred has also staggered in the recent past. In order to curb the frequenting accidents, Udupi Police have enforced the wearing of helmets...

Rangoli: A man’s cup of tea

Udupi/Manipal: Aged 28, Mahesh Rao graduated from an engineering college in Belgaum, and could have never imagined which profession he was destined to pursue. Currently an MBA student at T. A. Pai Management Institute (TAPMI), he conducts his own rangoli making classes at the Geetha...