Islamic Law- Oppression or misconception?

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An insight into the triple talaq controversy and other Muslim personal laws in India By : Imaan Saudagar Being a law student, I’m often asked questions regarding my opinion about the oppressive Islamic laws in India. The recent Supreme Court judgment, which scraps the triple talaq system of divorce, has raised hundreds of questions across the… Read more »

“Legal Educators should prepare budding legal professionals on Globalised Knowledge

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Press Release “Legal Educators should prepare budding legal professionals on Globalised Knowledge” avers Justice Suresh Kumar Kait during an seminar at Amity To familiarize budding legal professionals with the impact of globalization on Indian legal scenario and the emerging opportunities, Corporate Resource Centre (CRC)- Amity Law Schools organized a seminar on ‘Globalization of Indian Legal… Read more »

Call for Papers for the International Conference on IP Law & Policy: A Device for Research & Development

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The Cell for Studies in Intellectual Property Rights (CSIPR) at National Law Institute University, Bhopal in collaboration with School of Law, Western Sydney University, Australia, shall be organising an  International Conference on Intellectual Property Law & Policy from 26- 30th November, 2017.   Venue: The National Law Institute University Bhopal About the Conference    The objective of this… Read more »

Sting operation conducted by Cobra Post Reporter

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 Brief Facts of the Case   During March to May 2013, there was widespread reporting in the media about sting operations carried out by the website Cobra Post that allegedly exposed deficiencies in the anti-money laundering preventive measures applied by the Banks including Canara Bank. The sting operation involved the Cobra Post reporter visiting the branches… Read more »

Don’t politicise Triple Talaq: PM

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today urged the Muslim community to ensure that the triple talaq issue was not “politicised”, and hoped that intellectuals from the community would come forward to fight the practice. Addressing an event marking the birth anniversary of Kannada philosopher Basaveshwar here, Modi voiced the hope that Muslims in India would “show… Read more »

Constitutionalism and Identity

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Talk by Professor Upendra Baxi February 17, 2017 Press Release NALSAR Lecture Series on Constitutionalism hosted its seventh speaker, Professor Upendra Baxi, who is also an Adjunct Professor at NALSAR, on the 17th of February, 2017 at the M.K. Nambyar SAARC Law Centre at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. He spoke on the topic ‘Constitutionalism… Read more »

Insider Trading Regulation in India

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 Sourabh Battar INTRODUCTION In a Company, Insider Trading is trading by Insider and Insider do not mean employees or key managerial person of a company, insider could be connected to the information of the company and securities of the company. Trading by insiders while in possession of unpublished price sensitive information thereby possibly gaining unfair… Read more »

Judicial Review in Europe: Insights from Germany

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PRESS RELEASE Guest Talk with Prof (Dr) M.P. Singh 03rd February, 2017 NALSAR Lecture Series on Constitutionalis m hosted Professor MP Singh, who is best known as the revising author of V.N. Shukla’s textbook on Constitutional Law. He has worked extensively on German Administrative Law. The talk was held on the 3rd of February, 2017… Read more »