Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Live Law December 27, 2018 10:30 pm Change Font Size Centre for Constitution and Public Policy (CCPP), University Institute of Legal Studies (UILS)-Panjab University, Chandigarh in Collaboration with Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom is organizing International Seminar on Electoral System: Democracy, Laws and Issues on March 9, 2019 at University Institute of Legal Studies (UILS), P.U. Chandigarh. Who can apply? Research papers are invited from the academicians, practitioners, research scholars and students. Themes: The seminar, though not restricted to, will provide a platform to deliberate and propose suggestions on the following issues: Democracy and its Electoral Challenges Electoral Legislation and Right to vote Electoral dynamics and Constitutional design Majoritarian v. Proportional Electoral System Demystification of Election Laws Voting Technologies and Voting Rights … [Read more...] about Call For Papers: International Seminar On Electoral System At UILS,Panjab University
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News / UK and world by Press Association July 18, 2018, 3:54 pm FacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsAppEmail Sign up to our Daily newsletter A mixed-race student who shouted “we hate whites” and “white c****” in a corridor at a university accommodation block has been acquitted of a public order offence. Lauren Leigh, 19, hugged family members and wiped away tears after being cleared of racially-aggravated harassment because her actions were not motivated by hostility. Prosecutors brought the charge against the psychology and criminology student after audio of racially abusive chanting was recorded at a Nottingham Trent University halls of residence in March. An inquiry into the recording, later posted on Twitter, led to the suspension of a number of students by the university. A male student was fined over the incident, which also saw anti-black chants, after pleading guilty to a public order offence at the same court in May. Ms Leigh told her … [Read more...] about Student acquitted of racially-aggravated harassment over anti-white comments
YOUR earliest childhood memories could be nothing more than fake stories, experts have revealed. Almost 40 per cent of people had a first memory which was a "figment of their imagination", a new study found. Research conducted by City, University of London, the University of Bradford and Nottingham Trent University found that just over 38 per cent of the 6,641 people surveyed had a memory from before their second birthday. But scientists believe our brains aren't developed enough to be able to hold on to memories before we reach three years old, meaning any recollections we claim to have before that are likely fictional. A further 893 people in the survey said they could recall an event from before their first birthday, but experts think this is highly unlikely. According to researchers, early memories are based on "fragments of experience", where we have pieced together what we think is a single memory from certain interactions, along with current knowledge of our own … [Read more...] about Your earliest memory is probably FAKE – your brain can’t remember anything before the age of 2
I love Mamma Mia, plain and simple. There's no hiding it – I'm a die-hard fan. It stems from my love for Abba, of course. It must have been passed down from my mum. I grew up with a lot of Abba in my household. It wasn't uncommon for Dancing Queen or Thank You For The Music to be blasted through the speakers while she was cleaning the house or we were in the car – or at any other given opportunity for that matter. I don't think there was a specific moment in my life when I realized that I loved Abba, because it's a love that's been there for as long as I can remember. It's got to the point now where if I'm on a night out and an Abba song comes on, I'm on FaceTime to my mum within a second, and she'll dance and sing along with me wherever she is (usually by that point in the evening it's in bed waking my dad up with her singing). QUIZ: How much do you really know about Abba? When I was younger I was often called Dancing Queen by my friends and family, due to the … [Read more...] about ‘The magic of Mamma Mia is in the unconditional love of family’
BEN Bradley resigned as Tory vice-chairman soon after Theresa May unveiled her Brexit plan. The young MP may not be the most notable face in Cabinet, but his resignation could push the PM's Government into further turmoil. Here's what we know... Who is Ben Bradley? Benjamin David Bradley, born December 11 1989, was appointed as the Conservatives' vice-chairman in Theresa May's 2018 New Year reshuffle. The father-of-two, 28, married Shanade Bradley in 2015. Two years later, Bradley was elected MP for Mansfield, tasked with attracting more young people. Born to a policeman and a public servant, he was privately educated at Derby Grammar School, before he went on to university. He attended the University of Bath and the University of Salford, and dropped out. Bradley headed to Nottingham Trent University, graduating with a first class degree in politics in 2013. After graduating, Ben worked as a landscape gardener and bar man before working for MP Mark Spencer.Why has Ben Bradley … [Read more...] about Who is Ben Bradley, why has he resigned and what were his vasectomy comments?