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NEET, CAT, GATE: List of PG entrance exams held in India

Apart from a job, the candidates can excel in academics with a Master's course followed by Phd. Check the list of postgraduate entrance examinations in India

E-cigarettes: Here is the legal stand other countries have taken on vaping

Vaping laws vary from country to country. While laws of some countries consider e-cigarettes strictly illegal, others permit its use under strict restrictions. Prohibition is most common in Asia, the Middle East, and South America.

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Law student becomes British commissioner to India for a day

Rudrali Patil, who assumed charge on October 9, was chosen for the once in a lifetime opportunity after emerging victorious in a video making competition on girls' rights conducted by the British High Commission.

LSAT 2018: Application process begins, exam on May 20

LSAT 2018: Candidates who clear LSAT will be eligible for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in law at various law colleges across India.

In the Republic of lynching

In this sense the lynch squad is not pathological but part of the normalcy of a paranoid society, of a politics of suspicion which has no purpose. Rumor becomes a way of processing anxiety. It is almost as if violence has a social function when law breaks down.

Old but not gold

Much remains to be done in the project of repealing obsolete laws. But steady progress is being made.

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For criminal contempt of court, Allahabad High Court sends 11 lawyers to jail

Also bars them from entering Sonbhadhra court for six months

Over 125 obsolete laws repealed; 945 more facing axe

The Bill also provides repeal of 111 State Appropriation Acts enacted by Parliament between 1950 and 1976.

The 'cross-examination expert' who give up many cases to give time to Salman Khan trial

For details such as the force with which a 3,000-kg car would fall from a height of 2-3 feet, the lawyer sought help from Pune-based KPIT Technologies.

Relief, tears of joy at actor’s home

Fans chased away repeatedly but the numbers kept swelling

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Strongly condemn attack on faculty, students: JNU VC

New Delhi, Feb 17 (ANI): Jawaharlal Nehru University Vice-Chancellor M Jagadeesh Kumar on Wednesday said he strongly condemned the attack on JNU faculty and students. He further said that the law must take its course. He further added that the guilty must be punished.

Bihar CM Nitish holds ‘Janta Darbar’

Patna, Feb 08 (ANI): Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday interacted with people and heard their grievances at his ‘Janata Darbar’. Bihar Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav also attended the event and interacted with the people. Speaking at the event, Tejashwi said people of Bihar chose their party to serve them and this platform will help the Government in solving their problems in presence of many senior officials. He added that soon a law would be brought in the state where the officers who don’t solve the case in a time-bound manner will be fined.

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Inappropriate to contradict judiciary on Ram Janmabhoomi: Kamal Farooqui

New Delhi, Jan 09 (ANI): Pronouncing the entire process of discussion and seminar on the Ram Janmabhoomi as insubstantial, former Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Kamal Farooqui on Saturday said that law will take its own course and it would be inappropriate to contradict the judiciary before any final statement arrives. Farooqi further added that the decision to allow such seminars completely depends on the Delhi University authority.

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