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- AIL 8th National Moot Court Competition, Checkmate 2018 @ Army Institute of Law, Mohali
- CALL FOR PAPERS “CPJ LAW JOURNAL” (Vol.III July, 2018) @ CPJ School of Law. Deadline: March 31, 2018
- Prof.(Dr.) R. Venkata Rao Vice-Chancellor National Law School of India University Nagarbhavi, Bangalore; Advisor
- The Delhi Government Has Asked The Police And Municipal Corporations To Cancel The Licenses Of Restaurants, Eateries And Hotels Where Hookah Smoking Is Allowed.
- PIL Filed In Supreme Court Seeks Minority Status For Hindus In Eight States.
The Supreme Court has asked the Centre to set up special courts to exclusively try lawmakers and decide the cases expeditiously within a year, in an attempt to put an end to the inordinate delay in the prosecution of politicians. On a day when the Election Commission, for the first time, called for debarring convicted MPs and MLAs fromRead more
Getting a technical degree via distance education mode would no longer be possible as the Supreme Court has ruled that that technical education could not be provided through correspondence courses. In a landmark verdict affecting millions of students across India, a Bench of Justice AK Goel and Justice UU Lalit restrained educational institutions fromRead more
ABOUT CBCL The Centre for Business and Commercial Laws (CBCL) is a UGC-accredited body at the National Law Institute University, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India. Established in 2008, CBCL aims to provide an avenue to the students of business and commercial laws to explore and develop the foundation required to be a successful practitioner in the field. ABOUTRead more
The Supreme Court collegium has decided to assess the professional evaluation of additional judges while recommending their names for promotion as permanent judges of the High Courts. The decision was taken unanimously by the Collegium members in the meeting held on yesterday. The Collegium, in a partial modification of its earlier decision, has decided thatRead more
The Supreme Court has adjourned the hearing of the plea challenging Article 35A of the Constitution which empowers the Jammu and Kashmir legislature to define its ‘permanent residents’ and bestow on them special rights and privileges. A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Mishra adjourned the hearing after the Centre told the court thatRead more