• Search results for Law
Image Title
NEET Exam Results 2020

NEET 2021 results won't be cancelled: SC dismisses petition filed by senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid

 

A week ago, the apex court had dismissed another petition that sought the same and had asked the lawyer to not file any such petitions

Published on 20th October 2021
Facebook_-_Flickr

Should you really trust Facebook with your money? These US lawmakers think not

After facing intense criticism from lawmakers and regulators, Facebook had to shelve the "Libra" digital currency project

Published on 20th October 2021
Copy_of_NEET

Why gender equality in freedom of expression remains a distant goal even after Nobel Peace Prize to female journalist

Irene Khan, the special investigator on the promotion and protection of freedom of opinion and expression, said that "women's voices are being suppressed by laws, policies of the state and society"

Published on 19th October 2021
why

Child rights panel urges inquiry into alleged violation of RTE by 57 DAV Schools in Odisha, demands report

The complainant also reportedly mentioned that these schools are using their own published books with low-quality content without following the NCERT curriculum as per law

Published on 18th October 2021
protest

Gun violence on US campuses: In Texas, ex-student walks into school, shoots principal

Texas has the highest cases of gun violence on school grounds across the USA. Plenty of instances have led to tight laws, but will that curb the violence

Published on 2nd October 2021
A-couple8217s-hand-347887-pixahive

Moral Policing in UP: Teen couple paraded with shoe garland, blackened faces

A case was registered against 13 people under various sections of the law, including the Juvenile Justice Act, 2015, based on a complaint lodged by the boy's mother

Published on 29th September 2021
LAWYERS

Trend of 'cowshed' law colleges deprecated by Madras High Court; says it is damaging the image of lawyers

On verification, it was found that out of the one lakh lawyers in the state, only 67,000 were found to be entitled to practice

Published on 17th September 2021
NCRB_Temp

NCRB Report 2020: Indians were booked 26k times for obscene acts and songs in public. Go figure

Even as the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir was under heavy restrictions since the abrogation of article 370 and the subsequent pandemic, there were 34 cases registered under this law

Published on 15th September 2021
IIT_Madras

NIRF Ranking 2021: Law schools' top 3, led by NLSIU maintain their winning streak for the fourth year straight

National Law University and Nalsar University of Law round up the consistent top 3 in this category of the NIRF rankings

Published on 10th September 2021
Doctors_EPSs_Photo12

Panel suggests fresh law for admission to medical colleges based on marks, override NEET: TN govt

The 2007 TN law provided for admission to engineering, medicine, dental, agriculture and other allied courses on the basis of marks in the qualifying exam and it received the President's assent

Published on 2nd September 2021
EPM00348-bg-removed

This young man is widening the reach of legal studies to the disenfranchised. Here's how he is doing it

Arjun PK is making waves in the legal arena for widening the inclusivity net for people wanting to get into the profession

Published on 1st September 2021
Parliament_bhavan_of_GITAM_University

GITAM national moot court competition inaugurated; will 'help budding solicitors enhance their research and analytical skills'

The finals will be held on August 29. Justice Akula Venkata Sesha Sai, Judge High Court of Andhra Pradesh, and Justice Tanaji V Nalawade, judge of High Court of Bombay will select the winners

Published on 27th August 2021
NYU-Stern_(29762521816)

Appeals court rejects case accusing NYU Law Review of bias towards racial minorities and women

 The 2018 lawsuit claimed that the student-run journal started giving weight to women, racial minorities and to sexual orientation and gender identity while selecting editors and articles

Published on 26th August 2021
Aug_21

#ThrowbackToday: It's been 49 years since The Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972 was passed

In today's #TBT, we remind you that no talk about wildlife and law can be really complete without mentioning this historic act that was passed in the year 1972 on this day. Here's more about it 

Published on 21st August 2021
processed

This 23-year-old LSE graduate won the Diana Award, along with two other awards in a week. Here's her story

Palak Sharma co-founded the Green Governance Initiative, a programme to train young people to work on Sustainable Development Goals and connect them with lawmakers to implement their ideas

Published on 2nd August 2021

Search results 1 - 15 of 2361