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NLU AILET result 2019 declared, how to check via websites

NLU AILET result 2019: The students who had appeared for the examination can check the results through the official website, The entrance exam was conducted on May 5

Protests at Raipur varsity enter third day

The students have been on indefinite protest since Monday, beginning a second wave of protests and signing a motion of no-confidence against Vice-Chancellor Sukh Pal Singh.


National law university to be established in Jammu and Kashmir: Govt

The process to establish it would be started this year to improve the quality of professional legal education in the state.

27 per cent drop in award of death penalty in 2017: NLU report

The report titled 'Death Penalty in India, Annual Statistics for the year 2017' said that in 2016, 149 persons were sentenced to death, while only 109 convicts were awarded capital punishment in 2017

Life over death

A new study of death row convicts reinforces the case for the abolition of capital punishment in this country.

‘Indigenous knowledge more helpful in water conservation'

On the International Day for Biological Diversity,Rajendra Singh,known as the ‘Waterman of India’ said that the present education system needs to step out from the confines of textbooks and adopt indigenous knowledge systems for water conservation.


Haryana to bring National Law University Bill this session

Haryana is set to get a national law university within the campus of Rajiv Gandhi Education City at Sonepat.

In campus war of legal wits,Pak students win India’s case

When three budding Pakistani lawyers won their brief on a Delhi campus today,they succeeded in establishing the case that decades of official Indian diplomacy and legal erudition have struggled to make.

High Court CJ inaugurates advocates’ training scheme

The Rajiv Gandhi Advocates Training Scheme was inaugurated by Delhi High Court Chief Justice Dipak Misra at the National Law University in Delhi on Monday,in the presence of Union Law Minister M Veerappa Moily.

Law students to aid techies get patents for free

Law students will soon assist engineering students in filing patents for their projects,in a move to circumvent the heavy expenses involved in hiring lawyers to obtain the patents.