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Akanksha Bodhankar

Editor’s Note

We have stepped into another month of 2017, the last month of the semester and the last month of college for all the seniors. I’m already feeling nostalgic, and I’m going to miss college a lot. Our kMITRA team asked… Continue Reading →

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Editor’s Note

Hey guys! February has ended and the season is changing, I’m already feeling the summer heat. I finally get the feel that it’s 2017. The past month has been very eventful and a lot has happened in our college. The… Continue Reading →

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From the Editor’s Desk

It’s February ! A month has passed already and it feels like we’re still stuck up in 2016. Probably, most of us are making the mistake of writing 2016 as the year on the paper, aren’t we? I’m sure by now,… Continue Reading →

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The Pursuit of Love

Recently, I read the book, the ‘Forty Rules of Love’. It’s a sweet story which narrates how a person discovers love. At some point of time, each one of us have felt the need to be loved. For a few,… Continue Reading →

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Editor’s Note

This edition we are going all ‘Festive’, as the festive season has begun with Dusshera, Bathukamma, Diwali and Christmas lined up. Everyone is already busy with preparations and celebrations. I’m sure you might be making decisions about what to buy,… Continue Reading →

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From the Editor’s Desk

We have come up with articles in different genres this edition, for the diverse interests of our viewers. You can see reviews of books, movies and restaurants. We also talk about some unforgettable athletes of Olympics. This month our favorite… Continue Reading →

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Indian Olympic Legends

  Rio Olympics ended on a good note with India bagging two precious medals and many unforgettable moments. P.V. Sindhu’s victory of silver, Sakshi Malik grabbing the first medal of India and Dipa Karmakar’s feat in Gymnastics has made the… Continue Reading →

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Plan of action for Google Summer of Code (GSOC)

If you are a GSOC aspirant and wondering what to do, then you are at the right place. GSOC is something every coder out there dreams of. It’s a great experience that you will carry for the rest of your… Continue Reading →

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Choose the right path

It’s just me and him, in this beautiful “boat of destiny”. There is blue up and blue everywhere. And the ocean was dancing to the beautiful tunes played by the waves and so was life. It was the mesmerising moment… Continue Reading →

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Are Festivals Closer to the Traditions?

The traditional festivals have been celebrated for ages and the rituals are being followed generation after generation. However, many rituals eventually become unknown and some transform. The way we celebrate festivals today is not closer to the traditions, but, to… Continue Reading →

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The Journey

With the release of the ninth edition, we are happy to announce the successful completion of a year of kMITRA and it has been a pretty fantastic journey. There have been struggles and obstacles, but, also an incessant progress. A… Continue Reading →

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All About Engineering

Engineering is our identity, and we will be recognized as an Engineer throughout our lives. But, how many of us really know about our profession? If someone asks you, what is engineering or who is an Engineer? What will your… Continue Reading →

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My ASP.NET Journey – Turning Ideas Into Reality

As a sophomore I was a newbie in the vast software world, and I knew as little as a drop. I never had the confidence that I could ever build any software. Little did I know that, in 2-2 semester,… Continue Reading →

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The Sands of time

The Sands of time Breath-taking romance, endless adventure and thrilling suspense. Yet another classic by Sidney Sheldon. The sands of time is a sensational fiction by the famous writer. He has been a master of plot twisting and proves it… Continue Reading →

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower

The perks of being a wallflower is a deep novel written by American author Stephen Chobsky ,which is all about the teenage roller coaster ride. Fifteen year old Charlie is the main character of the story who is sensitive and… Continue Reading →

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10 things that we do in the First Month of College

 1.Forget the Past                     What would be your reaction if someone asks about the past year? I would say “I don’t even remember about it and All Clear is my favorite… Continue Reading →

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P.S. I don’t love you (Theatre show)

Venue: Lamakaan, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad Date & Time: 7th December 2013, 1st show-17:00-18:00; 2nd show-18:30-19:30 The drama comes with a twist in the famous movie ‘P.S. I love you’. It is a romantic comedy in English written and directed by Abhishek… Continue Reading →

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QS World Tour

Interested in Studying Abroad? Have a glance at this event QS World Grad School Tour – Organised by Princeton Review. Venue: Taj Vivanta Hotel, Begumpet, Hyderabad Date & Time: 3rd December 2013, 15:30-20:00 pm. Schools which attended the event: New… Continue Reading →

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