Author: Rajat Sharma

TOP 10 Questions asked about INDIA?

Trending questions in Russia about INDIA Russians have come a long-winded way since the Soviet era—and so have their judgments about India if Russia’s largest search engine Yandex is to be believed. In 2019, India has sparked unusual interest among Russians: they are demanding questions about its hygiene, diversity and even its contentious relationship with Pakistan.

List of awardees on Republic Day Parade 2019

The  list of awardees includes 4 Padma Vibhushans, 14 Padma Bhushan, and 94 Padma Shri. Bharat Ratna Bhupen Hazarika (Posthumously) Pranab Mukherjee Nanaji Deshmukh (Posthumously) Padma Vibhushan 1. Ms. Teejan Bai – Art-Vocals-Folk 2. Shri Ismail Omar Guelleh (Foreigner) – Public Affairs 3. Shri Anilkumar Manibhai Naik – Trade & Industry-Infrastructure 4. Shri Balwant Moreshwar

6 factors determining the next PM of India 2019

It is an accepted cliché that when journalists predict an election, they are usually wrong. And when all journalists call it the same way, precisely the opposite result is guaranteed. Opinion polls are dodgy too, but better than us journalists. So, what occurs when all of them agree on the same broad outcome? This has

National Moot Court Competition @ Rayat College of Law

Rayat College of Law, Ropar is conducting the National Moot Court Competition and Client Counselling Competition on 2019 on March 30-31, 2019. Moot Court Competition Eligibility Criteria  The Colleges/ Universities/ Institutes pursuing with LL.B (Five Year or Three Year Degree Course) in the current academic year are eligible to participate in this competition. However, only

JOB POST: Associates @ Sarthak Maggon Law Offices, Delhi

Sarthak Maggon Law Offices is a full-service law firm that primarily handles criminal, civil, environmental and corporate matters in New Delhi and other states. The firm mainly practices before the High Court of Delhi and Bombay as well as all district courts and tribunals in Delhi. Positions:  We are currently looking for one litigation and one corporate associate Job Description Nature of duties of Junior Associate, inter

Internship Opportunity @ Policy & Development Advisory Group

The Policy & Development Advisory Group (PDAG) is a policy start-up, which aims to have a meaningful engagement with elected representatives, policymakers, civil society organizations, and educational institutions to drive people-centric public policy in India. Opportunity Currently, PDAG is seeking to hire interns to work with the survey operations and strategic advisory teams for a period of

Seminar on Skilling & Practical Aspects of the Law by PLEA

About the organizer The Programme for Legal Education and Awareness (PLEA) is an NPO that strives to provide knowledge and opportunities for developing practical and professional skills to thrive in the legal sector. While it strives to educate, enhance, and exposes law students, lawyers and the public at large to facets of the profession and its practices, PLEA off­ers

When Nehru’s India banned Nine Hours to Rama!

57 years after India halted the book Nine Hours to Rama, a fictional account on Mahatma Gandhi’s assassination by Hindu extremist Nathuram Godse, as well as the film based on it, the story of its censorship continues relevant. The government and its ordinary citizens’ changing attitudes towards Nine Hours to Rama reflect our complicated relationship with censorship—which subsists

Remonetising the Indian economy with Rahul Gandhi

On Monday, Congress president Rahul Gandhi declared the promise of a ‘minimum income guarantee’ for every poor Indian household, sans the melodrama of ‘wiping away tears’. The idea of a basic income is so powerful that it has even attracted otherwise drab economists to melodramatic descriptions of economic policy. The simplistic idea behind a basic income for

THE BHOPAL DISASTER – CRITICAL ANALYSIS

https://www.lawordo.com AUTHORED BY: SANAH SETHI AMITY LAW SCHOOL (L.L.B 3 YEARS) INTRODUCTION The Bhopal disaster has raised complex legal questions about the liability of a parent company for the act of its subsidiary, the responsibility of multinational corporations engaged in hazardous activities and the transfer of hazardous technology. On the night of 2-3 December 1984, the

What is the punishment for a fake Facebook account?

Nowadays creating Fake Facebook accounts are very general. Seldom these fake accounts may spread spam as well as viruses to steal our private data. Plus, Offenders set up fake online accounts to take revenge on other people and uploads malicious photos. Offenders may take our identity to create their accounts. You can file a complaint in such circumstances. Here

SHARE CAPITAL – A COMPREHENSIVE OVERVIEW

AUTHORED BY: SANAH SETHI AMITY LAW SCHOOL (L.L.B 3 YEARS) SHARE CAPITAL: MEANING AND KINDS The words “capital” and “share capital” are synonymous. The word “capital” has several meanings. It means a particular amount, invested to start a business. Capital may be used to mean capital goods that are, the tools of production, the money available

GLC Trivandrum’s 14th All India Moot Court Competition 2019

About the Institution Government Law College, Thiruvananthapuram formed in 1875 is one of the oldest institutions imparting legal education in India. Affiliated to the Faculty of Law of the University of Kerala, the college is supervised and controlled by the Government of Kerala. About the Competition Government Law College, Thiruvananthapuram is organizing the 14th All

Smt. K.G Shah Law School’s 4th Moot Court Competition 2019

About the College Seva Mandal Educational Society’s Smt. Kamlaben Gambhirchand Shah Law School is organizing the 4th National Moot Court Competition, 2019 on 2nd & 3rd March 2019. Venue Smt. Kamlaben Gambhirchand Shah Law School, Smt. Parmeshwari Devi Gordhandas Garodia Educational Complex, 388, Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Road, Matunga East, Mumbai 400 019, Maharashtra Eligibility and

ILS Law College Quiz Competition [Feb 2, Pune]

ILS Law College, Pune is conducting a General Quiz competition covering a variety of themes including inter alia politics, pop culture, history, technology, memes, and comics. Dates 2nd February 2019. Team Composition Teams should comprise 2 persons. Cross-college teams are allowed. College ID cards are mandatory. Registrations The Registration fee is ₹200/- inclusive of GST. Teams are required to fill a Registration form to

Essay Competition: Nation and Nationalism (Amity Law School)

About the Competition Amity Law School is proud to announce the Third Edition “National Essay Writing Competition on Nation and Nationalism, 2019” in collaboration with National Commission for Women, Indian Lawyers Association and Law Street Journal. This is an initiative in the persuasion of revolution, by this competition to invoke feelings of patriotism and to establish the fact that Indians

How to become a Lawyer!

To become a lawyer in India one must hold a bachelor degree in Law i.e. LL.B.  [Legum Baccalaureus] duly recognized by Bar Council of India. There are 2 types of degree courses for Law (LL.B.) offered. One can either go for a 5-year course or a 3-year course. LL.B Courses Available in India Five Year Course The five-year