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Sherlock reminisced at CSI:Manipal

Manipal: Students of Kasturba Medical College’s (KMC) Forensic Department organized a one of a kind Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) event featuring three rounds of tests and investigative events at the TMA Pai Hall today. Leading up to the artificially constructed crime scene were pictures of murders and...

“Basic philosophy for women-centric cinema is showing the truth to the audience”: an interview of Arunaraje Patil

Manipal: Arunaraje Patil is a writer, editor, director and filmmaker. The first woman technician to have graduated from Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) forty-nine years ago, she recently published her autobiography, Freedom: My Story. Her movie ‘Rihaee’ was screened during Manipal International Literary and...

“Why should selling one’s own body be illegal?”: Arunaraje Patil

Manipal: Filmmaker Arunaraje Patil deliberated various topics like child prostitution, commercialization of sex workers, women-centric cinema and challenges faced by women in the film industry alongside her autobiography ‘Freedom: My Story’ with Dr. Meera Baindur at the Gangubai Hangal Auditorium on the final day of Manipal International Literature...

Vision and realities: blindness in literature

Assistant Professor in the Department of English at Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU), Hyderabad, Dr Shilpaa Anand; L. Subramani, currently working with Deccan Herald and Dr. Hemachandran Karah, assistant professor in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at the Indian Institute of Technology,...

“I can’t make happy endings”: Girish Kasaravalli

Kannada film director and pioneer in parallel cinema, Girish Kasaravalli, was one of the dignitaries at Manipal International Literary and Arts Platform (MILAP) hosted by Manipal University from September 15 - 17. Kasaravalli, who has won 14 National Film Awards, was invited on the first day...

Sandip Roy explores secrets and sexuality in talk

Manipal: Acclaimed author Sandip Roy gave his account of ‘Family and Sexuality’, at Gangubai Hanagal Auditorium, at the Manipal International Literature and Arts Platform (MILAP) on September 16. The author of the Bloomsbury India classic, ‘Don’t Let Him Know’, addressed the crowd on the significance of...

A change in outlook: India’s foreign policy read into in Manipal dialogue.

Manipal: The first series of Manipal Dialogue, organised by the Department of Geopolitics and International Relations, Manipal University kick-started with a lecture by P.S.Raghavan on “India’s Foreign Policy in the 21st century: From Non-Alignment to Multialignment” at  MV Seminar Hall, on September 15. P.S. Raghavan has...

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