National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi, is proud to announce the 2nd edition of National Trial Advocacy Competition, 2017. The first edition of this competition, held in 2015, was able to produce some outstanding results. We saw huge...
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Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law has always envisioned serving the society through reforms in legal services by way of preparing professionally competent lawyers. And to fulfil the vision, a constant endeavour has been made to keep the essence of RGNUL...
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March 11, 2016, 4.03 pm We are delighted to announce that the Seventh NLU Antitrust Law Moot Court Competition commences today! Organized in association with Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co., a leading law firm of the country with an extremely strong...
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Firstly, I thought that I should let it go but then I thought that I must share my AIBE experience, because there are a few unique details which must be divulged. My exam center was Delhi Institute for Rural Development (DIRD),...
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I remember a time in law school, back in my first year when a friend told me that I need to let my hair down more often. I was walking back with him from class and this was not the first...
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God made Adam and Eve. Not Adam and Steve. Biologically, we humans are classified into genders – male and female. However centuries have passed, we still appear to lack in the foremost and the most common aspect of a lawful...
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Brutally raped, badly beaten up, insertion of an iron rod inside her nether private parts and thrown naked on the streets of Delhi. That was a Delhi girl who died of such a brutal attack. While a juvenile partaking with other...
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Step 1 Use "quotes" to search for an exact phrase such as [ "write an article" ] this would return pages containing that exact phrase while searching [ write "an article" ] would return pages that contain the word write...
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                                    Last night I chanced upon an article published in the Times of India (link: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Opinion-Indian-men-who-rape-and-how-they-rape/articleshow/46583849.cms).  This article was emailed to me by my...
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  (Image credit: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/354869645613086364/) A majority of people will agree that giving a house on rent is no easy task. In fact, the process can be quite overwhelming for certain people, and can become a serious problem even post the entire...
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When we come across with the words like ‘Think different’ or ‘Think outside the box’ what pops up quickly in our mind is the product of Apple Computers the best in terms of technology , or let’s say ‘Because I’m worth...
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March 16, 2014 has been circled as the most important day in the calendar of Crimea. So as to remind, the popular Referendum was conducted on this very day. Crimean population comprise of most of Russian ethnics who felt suppressed under...
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There are several documents which are not compulsorily registerable under Section 17 of the Registration Act. Some of them require high stamp duty under the Karnataka Stamp Act and some of them do not. Even the ones which require high stamp...
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Bharat had often observed a silent culture when it came to women and women’s rights. This silent culture had conveniently laid out a path for the social evils like sati, female foeticide, dowry, devadasi system etc: to traverse. Fortunately, the country...
©Bharat had often observed a silent culture when it came to women and women’s rights. This silent culture had conveniently laid out a path for the social evils like sati, female foeticide, dowry, devadasi system etc: to traverse. Fortunately, the country has now woken up from its deep slumber spanning across centuries. Our country – or atleast a part of it – has attained a consciousness and a conscience against the gross injustice littering around against its betis. And this change can be perceived in the budding feminist movements and discourses in the country.
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While perusing through books on mass communication and media studies, one consistently comes across the term “toothless tiger” which is used to refer to the Press Council of India. The Press Council of India is a statutory body which came into...
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Jus Cultura, the literary, debating and quizzing society of the National Law Institute University is organising the 2nd edition of its flagship event, the NLIU Debate from the 5th to 7th of October, 2013. The first national level parliamentary debate to be organised in...
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The Companies Act 1956 governs and defines the law in relation to conduct of company affairs in the country. It defines a company, what shall constitute a company and how it shall be formed and the manner in which the affairs...
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It happens with almost all law students (taking in general not for them who have preset goals). A time comes when you get confused about where to go (I am not talking about places because that we very evidently know). Now...
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Being a Lawyer has been considered as an important and prestigious profession. Important because the society everyday has claims to gain justice and lawyers are the ones who help to accomplish the same. Prestigious, according to me, is because the amount...
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The anomaly of penning about life as a qualified lawyer lies in the fact that one way or the other we end up discrediting what we do, or at best keep wishing for what we cannot do! Any corporate lawyer (a...
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