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Shop to contribute: Namma Angadi 2019

MANIPAL: Namma Angadi, a three-day fest, was hosted by the students of School of Communication (SOC) in its premises from March 8-10. During the three days, the college campus was bustling with the energy of enthusiastic shoppers keen on buying indigenous products. The idea of the...

MAHE gets strict on animal cruelty

MANIPAL: In a bid to prevent animal cruelty in its campus, Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) released a circular dated December 17, 2018, informing its students and staff to refrain from any acts of cruelty against animals including stray dogs. According to Section 11 (1)...

Manipal gets its First Flea Market

MANIPAL: The Team Manipal Flea (TMF) organised Manipal Flea, a two-day flea event here at the Manipal Junior College (MJC) Grounds on November 3 and 4, in collaboration with Platform for Women Entrepreneurs (POWER), Udupi, who also assumed the role of title sponsors. This was...

Udupi and Manipal Celebrate Karnataka Rajyotsava

UDUPI and MANIPAL: The 63rd year of the Karnataka Rajyotsava was celebrated with grandeur at the Mahatma Gandhi Open Ground, Beedinagudde, Udupi on November 1. Additionally, Manipal inaugurated its official Kannada Literary and Teaching Club, ‘Nudi’ at MV Seminar Hall from 8:45 am onwards. On November...

A World without Waste: AIESEC Celebrates World Cleanup Day

MANIPAL: World Cleanup Day, organised by AIESEC met with a strength of more than 450 volunteers on September 15 to promote the motto ‘a world without waste' across Manipal, Udupi and Malpe. Started in 2008 in Estonia, World Cleanup Day began with a humble organisation...

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