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About 11 results for "nani palkhivala"

RGNUL wins the 11th Nani Palkhivala Memorial National Tax Moot...

The team from Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab comprising Vrinda Pareek, Srishti Bose and Ashutosh Mishra won the 11th Nani Palkhivala Memorial National Tax Moot Court Competition. The moot court competition was organised by Sastra ... Bar & Bench, 1 month ago

The man who saved Salman from going to jail

Harish Salve Salman Khan will not spend the night at Arthur Road jail, and he has one man to thank for that: 56-year-old senior advocate Harish Salve. Just moments after Khan was convicted of culpable homicide and handed a sentence of five ...
 The Nation.lk2 weeks ago Harish Salve: The man who saved Salman Khan from going to jail  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago

How laws have been getting better

Legal reform in India has been steered by dozens of its best legal minds since 1955, including legendary attorneys general M.C. Setalvad and C.K. Daphtary, justice P.B. Gajendragadkar, justice H.R. Khanna and justice V.R. Krishna Iyer . Together, ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago

The Mooters: The Moot Court Committee, School of Law, SASTRA UniversityNew

"The Mooters" is a weekly series where Bar & Bench interviews the Moot Court Committees of different law schools in the country. In this piece, the team from School of Law, SASTRA University, Thanjavur talks about the selection process followed, ...
 Bar & Bench3 weeks ago
The Week

Caesar's dilemma

It has been a bittersweet week for the income tax department. The Narendra Modi government gave it an award for its people-friendly practices in the past year. At the same time, the department beat a hasty retreat on the new income tax form which ...
 The Week4 weeks ago

Restore Bond Between the State and the Intellectual

The Indian tradition of knowledge quest flourished on the pillars of certain basic axioms that could be relevant, rather more relevant, in the current times. One of the most prominent among these was elaborated by jurist and economist Nani ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

View: Insulting comments by PM Modi have no depth

By Rajeev Dhavan,Senior Supreme Court Advocate An over-confident, ill-informed Prime Minister Modi has attacked the judiciary with a contemptuous allegation, 5-star activists were driving the judiciary… through scaremongering. He has also ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Justice Nariman—a priest and a judge

NEW DELHI: 'This is the longest pronouncement from a person who does not otherwise take much space', Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman said before pronouncing the landmark verdict declaring Section 66A of I-T Act unconstitutional. Justice Nariman, who ...
 Times of India2 months ago

Mooting in India Time for a Change-New

Mooting is one of the most competitive activities law students indulge in, with moot court competitions held throught the year. Yet, despite its growing popularity, mooting in India does suffer from some systemtic flaws. In this piece, mooter Apurva ...
 Bar & Bench2 months ago
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