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Mohak Aurangabadkar

Hackadrone 2018 – KMIT’s Incontrovertible Victory

Hackadrone 2018 – India’s first UAV Hackathon – which took place from February 5-9 received close to 4500 registrations and a total of 617 proposals. Seven teams that included college students, tech professionals, and developers from across India were selected… Continue Reading →

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Salesforce Workshop ’18 – A Lesson in CRM

Every computer science engineer worth their salt knows that in the ever-competitive IT industry, in order to stay relevant, learning constantly is of paramount importance. In view of this, KMIT always strives to leave no stone unturned in making sure… Continue Reading →

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Black Mirror – The USS CALLISTER

The best year-end gift came in the form of the fourth season of the hit anthology series, Black Mirror. Now, for those who haven’t ever heard of this show, here’s what Wikipedia has to say about it: “It centers on… Continue Reading →

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A Glimpse Into 2018

Happy New Year! Another year has gone by… and what a roller-coaster it was! From the revolutionary #metoo movement to the carnage at Las Vegas to the rising tensions in the Korean Peninsula, to the exodus of the Rohingyas, it… Continue Reading →

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Stranger Things 2

Netflix released this year’s highly anticipated sci-fi/horror thriller to much fanfare on the 27th of October: Stranger Things 2 And. It. Delivered. Disclaimer: Minor spoilers  from this point beyond PLOT  The events of Stranger Things 2 are set a year… Continue Reading →

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Human Library – Where Books Speak

“Don’t Judge A Book By Its Cover” Not everyone of us is an avid reader. The allure of picking up a book is lost on many. Many find it quite taxing: spending hours together with their noses deep in a… Continue Reading →

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A KNIGHT OF THE SEVEN KINGDOMS

The conclusion of the latest season of Game of Thrones has left a void which won’t be filled anytime soon. While many of the fans are biding their time by watching other TV shows, there are plenty out there who… Continue Reading →

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The Black Death

Ring a Ring o’ roses, a child’s rhyming game, has entertained children for many years. The classic rhyming game first appeared in print in 1881. However, reportedly, the origins of this song and dance routine occurred during a grimmer time… Continue Reading →

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COORG

“Travelling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta   There’s a different allure to living out of a suitcase: it gives you a sense of being nomadic… And so, when my friends came… Continue Reading →

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Review: Fences

INTRODUCTION   The play, Fences, is regarded by many as a full-blown American classic. Hence it was only a matter of time before August Wilson’s iconic play made it to the big screen. Originally produced on Broadway in 1987 with a… Continue Reading →

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Jallikattu: everything you need to know

Last month, many citizens nation-wide found themselves coming across this term in the news, most of them had no clue what it meant. A lot of people thought it was another typical news-piece snowballed into a big storm, rife with… Continue Reading →

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