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    Call for Papers: UPES Seminar on Water Laws and Resource Management [Nov 3 – 4, Dehradun]: Submit by Oct 10

    About  College of Legal Studies, UPES Dehradun is pleased to inform that we are inviting submissions in the form of papers for International Seminar on Water Laws and Resource Management. The seminar will take place from 3rd to 4th November, 2017. Participants We invite submissions from academicians, professionals, practitioners, scholars, students, academic bodies, government bodies, civil

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    Delhi HC: Stop encroachments at Chandni Chowk or face action.

    The Delhi High Court has warned of serious action against the MCD and the police if they failed to stop encroachments at the Chandni Chowk area in the walled city. A bench of Justices G S Sistani and Chander Shekhar said that despite the order of the Supreme Court that police would be held responsible

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    Delhi High Court tells DU: Admit 301 more students to LLB course.

    The Delhi High Court has directed Delhi University and the Faculty of Law to admit an additional 301 “supernumerary candidates” (in addition to the existing 2,310 students) under the Persons with Disabilities (PWD), Children and Widows of Armed Forces (CW) and Foreign Nationals (FN) categories. The petition was filed by Joginder Kumar Sukhija while Union

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    Cafe Coffee Day Raid: Shares Fall 7% On Bse

    Days after Income Tax Department first raided premises of India’s largest coffee chain – Cafe Coffee Day (CCD) – owner VG Siddhartha, the income tax sleuths have found Rs 650 crore concealed income from the documents seized while concluding the search and seize operations on Sunday.   According to a report in IANS, the documents seized from

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    Call for Papers: GNLU Law Review [Volume 5]: Submit by Oct 10

    About  The flagship journal of Gujarat National Law University, The GNLU Law Review was established in 2008, owing to the emergent need for broadening the platform for academicians, professionals, researchers and students to share and disseminate both knowledge and scholarship of new and innovative ideas in legal and allied disciplines. The Review is published annually

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