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The article of Mr B. Raman, the head of the Pakistan Desk at the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), published on rediff.com adds new dimensions to the Yakub Memon case. It has raised questions about adherence to the principle of fair trial...
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Hello, I write this to clear the events taking place in NUJS against the registrar. I do so cause of a really poorly worded article (link) which has been published recently.  After a lot of effort by the SJA, the Registrar...
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We are all aware of the recent controversies surrounding one of the countries premier legal institution. From sexual harassment to suspicion of corruption, the students of this institution have seen it all. There has also been questions on the efficiency of...
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Day 2, 7:45 pm The closing ceremony has finally begun! We are nearing an end to the fifth edition of the NUJS-HSF National Corporate Law Moot Court Competition. It has been two wonderful, busy days for not only the super NUJS Moot...
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This blog is with respect to a question that baffles many a law aspirants. Each year thousands of students give the CLAT and AILET exams. Even though CLAT has 12 colleges under its ambit, it all comes down to Bangalore and...
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Reform of the Indian Civil Services By Our Special Correspondent In an exclusive revelation to our special lobby correspondent in South Block we have been informed of an upcoming reform in the Indian Civil Services. In a much touted effort to...
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In an unprecedented and overnight development the three top Indian law schools have decided to join hands to form an Ivy League of sorts in the Indian Law School fraternity. Yesterday the Commanders-in-Chief of NLS, NALSAR and WBNUJS signed an MOU...
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My previous post and a few other articles on LegallyIndia made me think on two questions. But before reading this post further, please go through the two short posts by Seth Godin and then the Bar and Bench article on law school...
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Ashish Alexander, a 2nd year law student at NUJS, Kolkata has won the IDIA Logo Designing Competition. Not only has Ashish given IDIA, its emblem; he has in the process also won the prize money of 5000/-. IDIA congratulates Ashish on his...
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I have always been thrilled by entrepreneurs. The first entrepreneur I came in ‘virtual’ contact with was Sachin Malhan who was our legal aptitude mentor at LST and used to teach through VSAT sessions. Seeing him in real life always evaded me....
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  The IDIA (Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access to Legal Education) project, conceptualised and spearheaded by Prof. Shamnad Basheer (IPR Chair Professor, NUJS) aims to address the concern of NLUs becoming elitist. IDIA endeavours to help students from rural areas, poor backgrounds, vernancular medium schools...
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This post is about the fees that some NLUs charge.  This table contains the amount of fees that the respective college is going to charge for this year's batch. Last retrieved on 18th June 2010 from the respective college's website.  Sr....
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Crib means ‘to bicker’, says my dictionary. NLS cribs about its hectic schedule: the trimester system which doesn’t allow them to lead a sane college life. NUJS cribs how claustrophobic the 4-5 acre campus can get. NALSAR cribs how the college...
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Crazy fast writing big books
Only three more days to bash out prize-winning fiction for the NUJS fiction writing competition, which closes on Sunday midnight (18 April). The theme for this year: "Choose one of the five famous fiction novels (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde/Robinson Crusoe/Five...
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