Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: manav malhotra October 15, 2018 10:47 pm Change Font Size School of Agriculture Law and Economics (SALE), a centre of excellence at RGNUL, was established with an objective of providing a platform for multidimensional analysis pertaining to research on economics and law, with special emphasis on legal, social, political and cultural paradigms encompassing the study of law. Who can apply? Students, Scholars, or Academicians pursuing any degree or course from any recognized university can participate in the competition. Theme: Doubling Farmers’ Income Sub – Theme: Agriculture Export Policy Minimum Support Price Role of State Indo – Israel Agriculture Cooperation Action Plan Please Note: The above-mentioned list for sub-themes is merely illustrative and not exhaustive and hence any other submission pertinent to the theme shall be accorded consideration. Registration Fee: 300 (Single Author) 500 … [Read more...] about Essay Competition On Doubling Farmer’s Income By School Of Agricultural Law & Economics, RGNUL: Submit By Nov 30
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Updated 6:24 am PDT, Thursday, October 11, 2018 Britain's Prince William, officially opens the 2018 Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference at St James' Palace in London, Wednesday Oct. 10, 2018. The 2018 Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference is the fourth such international conference bringing together heads of state, ministers and officials from nearly 80 countries, alongside NGOs, academics and businesses, to build on previous efforts to tackle this lucrative criminal trade. (Tolga Akmen/Pool via AP) less Britain's Prince William, officially opens the 2018 Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference at St James' Palace in London, Wednesday Oct. 10, 2018. The 2018 Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference is the fourth such ... more Photo: Tolga Akmen, AP Photo: Tolga Akmen, AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Britain's Prince … [Read more...] about UK’s Prince William warns of criminal threat to wildlife
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: chirag balyan September 24, 2018 10:56 am Change Font Size The archaic practice of the triple-talaq which is said to be oppressive to Muslim women was struck down last year by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in the case of Shayara Bano v. Union of India, as unconstitutional. Since then the debates have revolved around the criminalisation of practice of triple-talaq in order to deter Muslim men to resort to this fundamentally oppressive method. The discourse on the issue of criminalisation has been centred around arguments on grounds of religion, gender-justice, and public opinion. Though, few have argued that penal law may not be a suitable because one can’t expect that a husband after serving the jail term would go back to his wife or conversely, the wife will accept him. There is no debate whatsoever on the moral limits of criminal law. The ordinance declaring the practice of pronouncing three times … [Read more...] about The Criminalisation Of Triple Talaq – Is It A Doom Of Criminal Law?
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Abdul Khader Kunju S July 24, 2018 1:17 pm Change Font Size Misuse of criminal laws by the investigating agencies is an anathema in the criminal justice system in India. And the sorrowing fact is that, sometimes, such misuse gets judicially authorized at some level. Correction takes time. In one of such affairs [Abdul Salam vs. National Investigating Agency (2018 (3) KHC 1 (FB) = MANU/KE/1003/2018)], the Full Bench of the High Court of Kerala, per majority (2:1), rightly held that the offence of circulation of counterfeit Indian currency notes (fake Indian currency notes or the FICN), committed before the amendment of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967 (UAPA) in 2013, does not constitute ‘terrorist act’. The dissenting view is that it does. A dissent in the court of last resort, as the eminent Justice H R Khanna, quoting the famous American Chief Justice Charles Evan Hughes, said, is an appeal … [Read more...] about An Apocryphally Articulated Interpretation of the Law of Terrorism
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Manav Malhotra April 14, 2018 10:43 pm Change Font Size NLU Delhi is holding National Conference on “Exploring Critical Perspectives in Criminal law” organised by K.L. Arora Chair in Criminal Law & Centre for Criminology & Victimology at 18 June – 19 June 2018. Who can apply? The Conference is also open for paper presentations. Teachers, research scholars, lawyers, undergraduate and postgraduate students of law. Themes: In view of the above following core theme are to be debating in the conference: Emergence of critical perspectives in criminal law Critique of normative and institutional perspectives in criminal law Social perspective in criminal law with a focus on stigmatization and wrongfulness of the process Limits of criminal law and its present state Informal and illegal arrest subversion of due process Overcriminalization Non Punitive option in Criminal Law 8. Positive Obligations in … [Read more...] about Call For Abstracts : National Conference On “Exploring Critical Perspectives in Criminal law”