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The GNLU Moot on Securities and Investment Law is back! Keeping in tune with the last three editions, this time around as well, stay updated with us here, to know what's what. This edition will witness 36 teams competing for prizes...
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National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi is organising the 2nd OP. Jalan Memorial National Moot Court Competition, 2018 from 16th to 18th of March 2018. The prestigious competition aims to test the participants on the intricacies of taxation...
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Introduction Under the Indian Trade Mark Law, once a person attains registration for its trademark for a particular good or service, he thereby has the exclusive right to use that trademark in relation to the said good or service[1]. The right...
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  Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot - ISRO Funding Regional Rounds 2017: Live Blog! Hello Guys, we're the Moot Court Society of NLSIU, and we're hosting the Manfred Lachs ISRO National Funding Rounds on 1st and 2nd April, 2017. A busy...
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          Arbitration at Crossroads, October 15-16, 2016 The Centre for Advanced Research & Training in Arbitration Law (CARTAL) and the Indian Journal of Arbitration Law (IJAL), along with Baker & McKenzie, are organizing a two-day international conference...
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National Law University, Delhi in collaboration with Herbert Smith Freehills LLP is set to organise the 3rd edition of the International Negotiation Competition from 09-11 September 2016. The competition, which was started in 2014, is the first of its kind in India....
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  The term ‘Hindu Undivided Family’ (“HUF”) or ‘Joint Hindu Family’ is not mentioned or defined in the acts: Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act (1956), Hindu Marriage Act (1955), Hindu Succession Act (HSA) (1956) and Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act (1956),...
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A very interesting as well as important question came on my mind before few days. The question was that, Are only VIP’s are special and important in our country and not the common people? To be frank this question disturbed me...
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It's that time of the year again! National Law Institute University, Bhopal is all set to flag off the fourth edition of INADR International Law School Mediation Tournament, 2015, from 27th November to 29th November 2015. Maintaining its long tradition of hosting...
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ISO and ANA Recently Abhay Nevagi & Associates, Advocates (hence ANA) has become the only the Second law firm in India to become ISO certified for Quality Management Systems (9001:2008) and Information Securities Management Systems (27001:2013). Initially everyone was circumspect. As...
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This is an exclusive example of abuse of securitization act and victimization of borrower by nationalized bank under the pretext of the said act. It is evident that banks are enjoying supreme power under this act and may go to any...
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National Law University, Delhi in collaboration with Herbert Smith Freehills LLP is set to organise the 2nd edition of the International Negotiation Competition from 11-13 September 2015. The competition was started last year as the first of its kind in India,...
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Dear Sir, This is to draw your kind attention towards the organizational flaws in CLAT 2015. It is matter of grave concern that an examination as prestigious as Common Law Admission Test has also not remain unaffected by the dirt which...
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The distribution of the Prizes is as follows- Winner: Rs. 1,10, 000 Runner Up: Rs. 75,000 Best Speaker: Rs. 10,000 Best Researcher: Rs. 20,000 Best Memorial: Rs. 20,000 The 5th NLIU-Justice R.K. Tankha Memorial National Moot Court Competition is amongst the most...
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The NLIU Parliamentary Debate is back! The third edition is going to be grander than ever before, with over 24 teams battling it out for the top honours and bragging rights. The event is spread out over three days from 31st...
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India has several service providers and the universal service obligation fund. We have been in the business of providing data and voice connectivity to our people for a fairly long time, but we still have connectivity issues, even in dense locations...
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Please believe that this is an example of a complete mockery of what law means and what position it holds in a civilized society. It is a habit, being a law student, to cite legal authorities in opining about anything, but...
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Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V . If you are reading this, you must have used it!  It’s perhaps the most commonly used keyboard shortcuts on planet earth. Their importance is such that a religion Kopimism has been founded upon...
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When you need it (access to a legal database) the most you dont have it. This post helps you to use Google in such situations. If not researching otherwise also these tips could help you find better result for your queries...
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With the increase in the number of appointments of women as CEOs around the globe, I am starting to notice that the basic nature of a woman is finally being put to use to create more value for the world. The...
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