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The suits were crisp and the ties coloured bright, the risk of monotony was my fright. A huge pay check was on my way, But for it, had I sold my Say..?? Where could I speak and make things Right.....
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"Should you marry for love or for money?" This is a question which has elicited diverse answers from various people. Envying another's wealth and trying to achieve the same status has always been a very natural psychological response for most people....
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The Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh has once again come to a standstill. With nearly around 100 MLAs resigning from their posts and calling on a region-wide bandh, the region has joined the choir to voice the platitudinous jingle of ‘Telangana –...
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I remember the first ever Parliamentary Debate I had participated in. It was an Intra in my University (RMLNLU holds intras for every debate to fairly decide who gets to go). I had a faint idea, if at all, of the...
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I did something a few days back which I had least expected myself to do when I had joined the law firm after being placed from college. I walked up to my senior, who sits a few steps away from me,...
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Read Chap. 1 Read Chap. 2 CHAPTER 3 “the appellant by her condescendence averred that…” “What the hell is ‘condescendence’”, I wailed. “What the hell is averred”, Indrani wailed.   Three terrified girls were sitting in a room reading their...
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Being a law student is not easy. No, I’m not talking about the boring lives and the thick books. This is about the general attitude I face as a law student. I had decided to do law after my 10th grade...
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I am interning at the Centre for Disability Studies at the NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. My learnings here have spread their wings across the limitless sky of life. I travel for around 2 hours every morning to reach the Centre...
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Years ago, I very nearly quit law school. This was on my first day.   I was looking at all the people crowded there for the interview. Slyly of course, with my best playing-cool poker face on just in case...
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Things you should know before you are a Law Student
Counseling rounds of almost every law school is now when over, students have fasten their seat belts to take off for new life at law school. To be a law student, one needs to be enrolled in a full time...
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This love letter is an excerpt taken from novel ‘Join the Bar’ by Brajesh Rajak. Dear Vidhi BediMy life, liberty and property204, Girls’ HostelThe Law SchoolPune, India. I am a student of second year (B.A.LL.B. Hons) in the same law...
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Diversity of India can be best seen in prisons. Tihar is one such place where it varies from suppressed labourers to powerful politicians, from uneducated rickshaw pullers to highly qualified MBAs. It is a place where irrespective of their religion,...
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My VC on the orientation day said that we were not competing with NLSIU or NALSAR, we have to compete with the best in the world-Harvard. It made me happy that I was going to be in an intellectually stimulating environment....
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ohk..so here im..BACK...to blog...i noe my last blog waas a shere waste of time (ofcrse only for those who were readin it...cse i was jst tryin to kill time...sittin at office and not having anything interestin to do)...but HeLL im not...
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Law Students. The symbols of what is right, just and fair. The symbols of Truthfulness, Honesty, Morality and Ethics. The future saviors of equity, justice and good conscience. Is it? Hold On, People! If you think the above description of today's...
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Violence serves as a universal common denominator for any conduct that is abhorrent, and in aberration to the tenets of human rights values which serve as the foundation stone for peace and semblance in the society. Violence is however a means...
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From past few months I have been thinking- reflecting and contemplating on the thought, or say notion which few of my friends have about me, that I am a pseudo-feminist and that I claim to be feminist.   Well, lets buy...
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What motivates you in Life? May be looking at others, or may be looking at yourself. Keeping yourself motivated is what many of us forget to remember in the Law School. This applies specially to those who lack confidence which remains...
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 It is unfortunate that government of india have not taken any step to open law colleges which are totally under govt. of india.(like IITs n NITs in engineering).National Law Schools charge a bomb in lieu of providing you the ‘National Law...
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