Monthly Archives: August 2013

Justice at Last for Women?

(Admin’s Note: Last December’s Delhi gang rape and murder had triggered nation-wide protests and ultimately resulted in the passing of the Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2013. Now, yet another gang rape, this time of a young photojournalist in Mumbai, has … Continue reading

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Shrinking Community Spaces in India’s National Law Universities

By Ipshita Sengupta Most ‘national law university (NLU)’ brand of institutions in India are in-residence programmes which, in theory, place a lot of emphasis on the development of robust community spaces that will contribute to the ‘all round development of … Continue reading

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Regulating Indian Legal Education

By Stella James The Human Resources Development (HRD) Ministry’s move to establish a super-regulatory body, the National Commission for Higher Education and Research (NCHER), did not go down too well with many of the stakeholders. A few months after the … Continue reading

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