By: aasavri rai 18 April 2019 5:18 PM GMT Palkhivala Quiz on Public International Law (PQPIL) will be held as part of the centenary birth celebrations of Nani Palkhivala in November in New Delhi. Dates: 9th-10th November 2019 The objective is to stimulate a thorough study of public international law and thereby promote the notions of democracy, rule of law and global participation. This will accord greater focus on international institutions and regimes established for international relations and settlement of disputes.Eligibility: Undergraduate students below 23 years of age as on January, 2020, are eligible to participate. Each team to consist of two students.Participation is limited to five teams from India and 45 teams from abroad who are first to register. Prizes totaling 16k USD would be awarded to individual and team winners.Written round: 9th November, 2019Objective type multiple choice test of 90 minutes' duration with 100 questions. … [Read more...] about Palkhivala Quiz On Public International Law [9th-10th Nov; New Delhi]
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Philip Bump, The Washington Post Published 2:23 pm, Friday, June 22, 2018 All right. Settle in for a bit and maybe swipe over to the calculator app on your phone. We're about to go on quite a numeric roller coaster ride. President Donald Trump shifted the gears of his immigration rhetoric a bit Friday, hoping to reclaim the momentum lost after having to publicly backtrack on his administration's family-separation policy. He returned to a tactic he first embraced less than a month after declaring his candidacy: Standing with the parents of people killed by immigrants in the country illegally to suggest that immigrants pose a significant threat to Americans. The data suggest that immigrants, including immigrants in the country illegally, actually commit crimes at lower rates than native-born Americans. But Trump's consistently rejected that idea, instead choosing to hype vague assertions that immigrants are more dangerous. As at Friday's event, when he waved away the … [Read more...] about The original source for Trump’s claim of 63,000 immigrant murders? Bad data from Steve King in 2005.
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: MEHAL JAIN November 14, 2018 2:23 pm Change Font Size In the course of the Rafale hearing which is underway in the Supreme Court, Attorney General K. K. Venugopal advanced that “This is a matter for experts and not one where judicial review may be undertaken based on media reports and other documents which is not clear how they are in the (petitioners’) possession” “The big question Your Lordships should ask is whether the court is competent to review (the deal to acquire 36 Rafale fighter jets) on the basis of what has been filed”, pressed the AG. “With all due respect, Your Lordships asked for the procedure (followed in the procurement) to be filed. The government of India did so. You asked us to give extracts of it, which can be brought into the public domain, to the petitioners, and to share the pricing details with the court in a sealed cover. We have done so”, continued the AG. … [Read more...] about Rafale: This Is A Matter For Experts To Examine, Not A Case For Judicial Review : AG KK Venugopal To SC [Courtroom Exchange]