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Apr 2019
Akshat Thonangi
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Product Placement In India

A short assignment, submitted in the ‘Media Market and Media Law’ class, as part of an international student exchange program in Communication and Media Science, by the European Union, named ‘Erasmus+ KA 107 Credit Mobility Project’, at Budapest Metropolitan University, in Budapest, Hungary. Product or brand placement is a form of advertising that in turn generates… // Read More

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Apr 2019
Akshat Thonangi
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St. Mary’s College: Testimonial

Hello there! I’m Akshat Thonangi. I study B.A. Mass Communication, Journalism Political Science, at St. Mary’s College (final year) (2016-19 batch). When compared to all the other educational institutions that I’ve studied at, since the beginning of my academic career, the experience at St. Mary’s College has been the best. When I finished my 12… // Read More

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Apr 2019
Akshat Thonangi
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Hungarian Parliamentary Elections- 2018

After what has been termed as a grueling, semi-extremist and ill-financed election campaign, backed by a racist and shrewd political agenda; the citizens of Hungary have delivered a mandate that resulted in Viktor Orbán winning the parliamentary election by becoming the Prime Minister for the 4th time. By securing two-thirds of the seats in the… // Read More

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Apr 2019
Akshat Thonangi
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The Conundrum

My publication, at the University of Montana, in the Mansfield Center, promotes better understanding of Asia, U.S. relations with Asia, and ethics in public affairs. This was part of an international student exchange program named Study of The U.S. Institutes (SUSI) on Global Environmental Issues. I was amongst the 5 participants selected each from Brazil,… // Read More

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Apr 2019
Maddali Havish Kumar
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Democracy : A Fool’s Paradise?

Democracy is widely viewed to be the most effective way of governance. What could be better than an administration that is elected for, by and is of the people? It is indeed the best thing that could happen to civilization, as it gives every citizen the power to influence the future of their country. Yet… // Read More

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Apr 2019
A S Aarti
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A Trance In Itself

From Purvanchal to the Northeast of our sovereign state, lies the most alluring region and Himachal Pradesh tops the list by standing tall with its high mountain ranges. Himachal which means the “Adobe of snow” certainly does justice to the visual delight one gets, being present there. The resort town in the Northern region on… // Read More

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Feb 2019
Kiran D
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Movie Review of C/o Kancharapalem (2018)

After watching this Telugu movie titled C/o Kancharapalem 2018, that I found fairly well-made, I was prompted to reflect upon a few trends I see developing in our culture. It begins with multiple narratives centered on apparently different lives which converge at the revelatory moment at the end of the movie as being the life… // Read More

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Dec 2018
anshikaa
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#Mee too movement

The Me Too movement (or #MeToo movement), with many local and international alternatives, is a movement against sexual harassment and sexual assault. #MeToo spread virally in October 2017 as hashtag posts used on social media in an attempt to demonstrate the widespread prevalence of sexual assault and harassment of women, especially in the workplace. This… // Read More

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Dec 2018
Seema Naomi Seth
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Is pain addictive?

“Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional”, said Haruki Murakami, a Japanese writer. I took a minute to comprehend it and it seemed like a revelation to me. I know it is not something new. I’ve probably heard it before, but it made tremendous sense at that moment. However, in a lot of situations, we choose… // Read More